Georgetown residents can look forward to attending several events in the area throughout February and March, including a 5K race, car show, new art exhibit, festivals and parties.

Interior Design and Decorating Classes

These weekly classes by Barbra Sonnen-Hernandez will teach skills related to interior design and decorating, including home styling, design fundamentals, textiles, and event and party decorating.
  • Weekly Feb. 7-April 10, times vary by class
  • $68 or $135 per class
  • Georgetown Art Center, 816 S. Main St., Georgetown
'Reimagining - From Upcycling to Abstraction: Finding Beauty in the Ordinary'

The new exhibit by Texan artists Judy Gibson King and Jane Lovett Wells features textile baskets made from upcycled clothing and oil paintings of Texas architecture and landscapes.Georgetown Water Conservation Expo

The city’s second annual water conservation event will provide tips for conserving water and feature comments from local experts and vendors working in water conservation.
  • Feb. 24, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
  • Free (admission)
  • Georgetown Public Library, 402 W. Eighth St., Georgetown
Destination...Life Regional Transition Fair & Conference

Hosted by 12 Central Texas school districts, families are invited to learn more about how to help their students with disabilities successfully transition to adulthood.
  • Feb. 24, 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
  • Free (admission)
  • McNeil High School, 5720 McNeil Drive, Austin
Barking Armadillo Brewing’s 4th Anniversary Party

The brewery will celebrate its fourth anniversary on Texas Independence Day with new beer releases, food trucks, live music and anniversary merchandise.Bowling with Pride!

This family-friendly event will celebrate the Georgetown LBGTQIA community and allies, and include two hours of bowling, complimentary shoe rentals, cheese pizza and soft drinks.
  • March 2, noon-2 p.m.
  • Mel’s Lone Star Lanes, 1010 N. Austin Ave., Georgetown
  • $10 (students and children), $15 (PFLAG members), $20 (nonmembers)
  • Eventbrite: Bowling with Pride!
Hop Around the Hill

The annual spring boutique crawl gives shoppers the opportunity to punch their passport at local businesses throughout Liberty Hill for the chance to win a drawing. Participating businesses include Ginger Roots Boutique, Glenny Bee Boutique, Liberty Hill Outfitters, Pep & Punch, Simply Home Boutique, The Blue Door Gift Store & Boutique, and Two Brand It.Rock N Rides Car Show

As one of the largest car shows in Central Texas, this event will feature an array of vehicles, including the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile, as well as guest appearances, music, food and prizes. Proceeds will benefit the Project Grad program at Rouse High School.
  • March 2, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
  • Free (admission), $5 (donation for parking), $25 (show registration for vehicles)
  • Gupton Stadium, 200 Gupton Way, Cedar Park
Chase the Chief 5K and Family Fun Run

This race by the Georgetown Police Department will benefit local PE programs in Georgetown and raise awareness around childhood obesity.
  • March 3, noon-2 p.m. (vendor fair), 1:15 p.m. (fun run), 2 p.m. (5K)
  • $5 (students and children), $10 (adults)
  • Eastview High School, 4490 E. University Ave., Georgetown
Texas Independence Day Festival

The festival will have food, jewelry and handmade clothing from local vendors, as well as live music.
  • March 3, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • Free (admission)
  • Wolf Ranch Shopping Center, 2323 Wolf Ranch Parkway, Georgetown
Dog House Drinkery and Dog Park fundraisers

The business is hosting two fundraisers March 9 and March 23 benefiting Pflugerville Animal Welfare Services and Hill Country Humane Society, respectively. Each event is family- and dog-friendly, and will include adoptable dogs, vendors selling dog-themed swag, a food truck and raffle prizes.5th Annual Texas Photography Festival

Formerly known as the Georgetown Texas Photography Festival, this event by David Valdez will allow photographers to capture images of downtown Georgetown through photowalks, meet featured photographers and hear from speakers.The Georgetown Quilt Show

This year’s starstruck-themed show by Handcrafts Unlimited will highlight a variety of quilts and feature vendors, a silent auction, raffle quilt, challenge block, scissor sharpening and a tea room serving treats.Portraits of Independence Gala

This gala and fundraiser hosted by Faith in Action Georgetown will celebrate the resiliency and lives of seniors with portraits, uplifting talks and a meal.Color the Sky Kite Day

This event by Georgetown Parks & Recreation invites residents to bring their kite and a picnic to the Meadow at Garey Park.