UPDATED: fun ways to entertain your kids and support local businesses in Georgetown

Woops in Georgetown is selling macaron decorating kits for Easter. (Courtesy Woops)
Woops in Georgetown is selling macaron decorating kits for Easter. (Courtesy Woops)

Woops in Georgetown is selling macaron decorating kits for Easter. (Courtesy Woops)

Updated 8:51 a.m. April 2

Looking to entertain kids while at home? Here are some fun ideas local businesses are doing to help keep them busy.

If your business would like to be added to this list please email geonews@communityimpact.com

1. Macaron coloring kits

Get ready for Easter with Woops’s macaron coloring kits. Boxes of nine- or 18-count printed macarons will include everything needed to decorate the cookies including markers with edible ink and an instructional postcard. Curbside pick-up is available at the store. $35-$63.


Woops

1500 Rivery Blvd., Georgetown

512-887-1797

www.bywoops.com

2. Puzzles, games, books and more

Lark & Owl Booksellers is selling dozens of puzzles and games for kids—and adults—online, as well as tons of books. Items can be shipped to your home.

Lark & Owl Booksellers

205 W. Sixth St., Ste. 101, Georgetown

512-688-5582

www.larkandowlbooksellers.com

3. Online painting classes

With schools closed until at least May 4, Paint with Me Kimberly Keller is offering free online art lessons for kids. Grab you markers, paint or even pencil and take a class on Facebook Live at 1:30 p.m. Previous videos are also available online.

Paint with Me Kimberley Keller

2534 Shell Road, Georgetown

512-635-7936

www.paintwithmekeller.com

4. Activity kits and more

All Things Kids is selling activity kits and personalized Easter baskets, along with toys, books and sweets. For those who can't celebrate their birthday, the store is offering birthday kids a personal Zoom tour of the store to pick out their favorite toys. A list of toys selected can be sent out to friends and family who can pick and pay for the items, which will then be wrapped and delivered to the child.

All Things Kids

703 S. Main St., Georgetown

512-868-2659

www.allthingskids.us
By Ali Linan
Ali Linan began covering Georgetown for Community Impact Newspaper in 2018. Her reporting focuses on education and Williamson County. Ali hails from El Paso and graduated from Syracuse University in 2017.


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