Cultural Arts Program

Event Calendar   


Feb 22

Year-Round Color & Interest
CSU Master Gardeners
Thursday, February 22, 6pm-7:30pm
Creating and maintaining just one season of beauty is often challenging in our high-altitude gardens, let alone four! However, you can design a beautiful year-round garden with a little planning and imagination. Join Clear Creek County Master Gardeners to learn different methods that can add year-round color and interest to your mountain garden! Presentation, hand-outs, giveaways and light refreshements.
​RSVP by February 19th. Limited Space: 30 max / 8 minimum
FREE | Donations appreciated   Register

Feb 25

Breakfast at Tiffany's

Sunday Movie Classics
with Audrey Hepburn
"Women in Film" series, partnering with John Tomay Library

Sunday, February 25, 7pm

A 1961 American romantic comedy, loosely based on Truman Capote's novella of the same name. Hepburn's portrayal of Holly Golightly as the naïve, eccentric socialite is generally considered to be the actress's most memorable and identifiable role. Hepburn regarded it as one of her most challenging roles, since she was an introvert required to play an extrovert. Audrey Hepburn, George Peppard, and featuring Patricia Neal, Buddy Ebsen, Martin Balsam, and Mickey Rooney. Blake Edwards, Director.
FREE | Donations welcome   Register

Mar 10

A Night of French Music concert: Boxwood String Quartet

Devil Moon series
Saturday, March 10, 7pm

Join Chris Jusell and friends at the Georgetown Heritage Center for an evening of string quartets written in France by Ravel, Prokofiev, and more! Cabaret style, cash bar. Limited seating, advance tickets recommended.

Advanced Tickets $25 | Day of Tickets $30    Tickets

Mar 24

Georgetown Musicale & Friends
Saturday, March 24, 7pm

​Back by popular demand,  “Musicale”, an accomplished group of local classical musicians, will be back at the Georgetown Heritage Center for a special evening performance, sharing their love of music with the public.

FREE | Donations suggested       Register

Mar 25

Julie and Julia 

Sunday Movie Classics

with Meryl Streep

"Women in Film" series, partnering with John Tomay Library
Sunday, March 25, 7pm

​Julia Child's story of her start in the cooking profession is intertwined with blogger Julie Powell's 2002 challenge to cook all the recipes in Child's first book. Meryl Streep, Amy Adams. Director: Nora Ephron.
Free, Donations welcome     Register

Mar 29


CSU Master Gardeners
Thursday, March 29, 6pm

Check back soon for details

Apr 7

Joshua Sawicki concert

pianist featuring Gershwin and Joplin

Devil Moon series
Saturday. April 7, 7pm 
Check back soon for details

Apr 14

Tea and Toppers workshop
with Anne Marie Cannon & Alisa Reynolds
Saturday, April 14, 1-4pm

Learn how to turn a modern day hat into a late twentieth century millinery work of art! Bring your own hat, we will provide decorative materials to build a masterpiece for Easter, Kentucky Derby or just strolling down the boulevard. The best hat styles for this class are felt hats, straw hats, top hats, bowlers and fedoras, no cowboy hats please. You will learn the history of the changing style of women’s hats as it relates to the late Victorian era into the Edwardian age. Learn how and why women’s headwear grew larger and more unwieldy as dresses became more practical.

$40 includes class, workshop, and tea      Register

Apr 28

Denver Children's Choir concert 
Leslie Britton, Director
Saturday, April 28, 7pm
Check back soon for details


May 5

Scarf and Birds Felting workshop

with Karin Neidfeldt
Saturday, May 5, 10am-4pm
Check back soon for details


Jun 8-10

Georgetown Indie Con

Where indie books are born and indie writers thrive
partnering with Colorado Independent Publishers Association
Friday, June 8 through Sunday June 10

Georgetown Indie Con (GEOCON) is our second annual independent writer’s conference, expanded this year to a weekend event! Helping independent authors successfully publish is our goal. Connect with and learn from successful authors and industry professionals in an intimate environment. GEOCON is a partnership between the Georgetown Cultural Arts Program (GCAP) and Colorado Independent Publishers Association (CIPA). Check back for speakers, workshops and schedule. Interested speakers and presenters, apply on GeoCon website.     GeoCon Website
Advance Conference Pass:  January 1 – February 18:   $95
Conference Pass: March 21 – May 21: $125
Late Registration Conference Pass: May 22 – June 8: $150

Aug 11

Georgetown Plein Air
A One-Day
Wet Paint Event!

Saturday, August 11, 2018
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Exhibit & Sale August 11-26
The Georgetown Cultural Arts Program is pleased to present our first Plein Air event in historic, picturesque Georgetown, Colorado. Just 45 minutes west of Denver along I-70 at 8,500 ft elevation,  and part of the Georgetown-Silver Plume National Landmark Historic District, a charming town of colorful Victorian buildings ringed by mountain views, Georgetown has long been a favorite of artists.      Registration, exhibition and sale will be held at Georgetown Heritage Center, recently restored 1874 schoolhouse, at 809 Taos Street. Artists, join us for this one-day painting event in the summer
​mountain air!

Classes must be registered and paid in advance to ensure minimum enrollment.

Concerts It is advisable to purchase tickets in advance for concerts. Tickets are also available for purchase at the Georgetown Gateway Visitor Center. If not sold out, tickets will be available at the door. Doors open one hour before a concert or performance. Open seating.

                                                     Cancellation Policy

Thank you to our Season Sponsors!


Georgetown Heritage  Center

Georgetown Trust for Conservation and Preservation, Inc.

© 2014 | All Rights Reserved.   Georgetown Trust is a 501(c)(3) organization.

Trust: 1491 Argentine Street, Georgetown, Colorado 80444    303.569.0289
Heritage Center: 809 Taos Street, Georgetown, CO 80444  303.569.0289
Visitor Center: 1491 Argentine Street, Georgetown, CO 80444    303.569.2405