Celebrate birthdays of local businesses, raise money for vets and other things to do this weekend in Georgetown, Aug. 24-26

Check out these events scheduled this weekend in Georgetown.

THURSDAY


Georgetown Farmers Market returns
Purchase fresh produce grown in the community. Locally produced eggs, meats and breads are also available for sale. 3-6 p.m. Free. Fifth Street and Austin Avenue, Georgetown. 956-286-7775. info@farmergeorge.market

FRIDAY


Under the Big Top set for Aug. 25
Hosted by the city of Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department, the Under the Big Top event features music, a meal, and dancing for adults age 18 and older with disabilities. 6-8 p.m. $5 (per participant); family members and caregivers invited free of charge and must remain present at all times.  Georgetown Community Center, 445 E. Morrow St., Georgetown. 512-930-3596. http://parks.georgetown.org

Raise money for Veteran Outdoors
Rentsch Brewery celebrates its anniversary by donating one dollar for every beer sold Friday night to Veteran Outdoors, a group that provides hunting, fishing and other outdoor-related activities to wounded veterans. 3-9 p.m. Free. Rentsch Brewery, 2500 NE Inner Loop, Georgetown. 512-688-5046. http://rentschbrewery.com

SATURDAY


AcroTex celebrates 40th anniversary
AcroTex Gymnastics is turning 40 and is inviting children ages 2-18 to join the party. Participants can try rotations in the gym, zip lines and trampolines, along with snow cones, cotton candy, a bounce house and a dunking booth. T-shirts are handed out while supplies last. 9 a.m.-noon. Free. AcroTex Gymnastics, 3100 S. I-35, Georgetown. 512-863-5437. www.acrotex.com

Rentsch Brewery hosts two year anniversary party
Join Rentsch Brewery to commemorate its third year of business and try special releases throughout the day, including an Oktoberfest brew and two unique Firkin tappings. The event features live music as well as several food trucks. Noon-9 p.m. Free. Rentsch Brewery, 2500 NE Inner Loop, Georgetown. 512-688-5046. http://rentschbrewery.com
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