As area students head back to school, some educational events continue to happen throughout Georgetown including those put on by the Williamson Museum, a birds and gardening workshop, and classes at the Georgetown Palace Theatre.

Learn more about these and other events below.

Aug. 24: Read a book

Lark & Owl Booksellers is hosting a one-time book club to discuss the newly released bestselling novel “Clytemnestra” by Texan Italian author Costanza Casati. The event will feature drink samples from Meridian Hive and food from Alouette Bistro.Aug. 25: Watch a movie outdoors

Crosspoint Church will conclude its outdoor summer movie series with a viewing of “Inside Out.” Prior to the screening, participants can play checkers, cornhole and Jenga with food truck K.O. Barbeque on-site.Aug. 26: Spend a night at the museum

The Williamson Museum is inviting families from around the county to solve the mystery of the missing gem. The event will include a variety of crafts and other activities.
  • 6-9 p.m.
  • $5 (children members), $8 (children nonmembers), $10 (adult members), $12 (adult nonmembers).
  • 716 S. Austin Ave., Georgetown.
  • 512-943-1670.
Aug. 28-Nov. 18: Study something new

The Georgetown Palace Theatre will begin its fall session classes. It will offer classes in acting, dance, voice, improvisation, sketch comedy, playwriting, stage combat and musical theater.
  • Times vary with weekly classes ranging from 45-90 minutes.
  • $215-$295 (12-week session).
  • 810 S. Austin Ave., Georgetown.
Sept. 7: Learn about birds and gardening

Georgetown Environmental Services will host a discussion about native plants that attract birds and other wildlife to gardens as well as how to build and maintain a sustainable backyard habitat.Sept. 8: Fundraise for charity

Reset Mentoring, a local nonprofit that mentors teenagers in juvenile detention or on probation, will host its sixth annual charity fundraiser at the Georgetown Community Center. Each ticket includes dinner, two drinks and chips to play at casino tables to win raffle tickets.Sept. 9: Hike with fellow veterans

Irreverent Warriors, a nationwide nonprofit that fosters community among veterans, will host a Silkies Hike in Georgetown. Silkies Hikes are for veterans, active-duty military and National Guard members only. They aim to prevent veteran suicide by using humor and camaraderie to better mental health. Hikes put on by the organization are not athletic events and range from 4-10 miles each with frequent stops for breaks.Sept. 12: Explore parks and playgrounds

The Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department will host its third Rec on the Go event at Stillwater Park. The event will feature obstacle courses, hula hoops, bubbles, sports games, relays and more.Sept. 13: Hear about a historic trial

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of a series of trials held against the Ku Klux Klan in Williamson County, “Daytripper” writer and producer Emily Treadway will give a presentation about the making of the documentary “Klan on Trial.”Sept. 16: Party at the pool

The Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department will host its annual K9 Kerplunk at the Georgetown Recreation Center. The event is limited to 100 dogs per hourlong time slot. All participating dogs must have proof of rabies vaccination.