Zumba fever continues.
Participate in a guided meditation session in the galleries. Meet in the lobby.
Celebrate National Pizza Day with Your Pie and DJ Osmose. Part of the proceeds will benefit the Athens Area Humane Society.
(The Hatch, 160 Tracy St.) Craft, paint, draw, sew, build, repair, solder and hack things. Participants do not need to bring a project but the favorite project wins a prize. Food provided.
(Washington) Enjoy a full weekend of events commemorating the 239th anniversary of the Battle of Kettle Creek.
Join other 6–12 graders to watch, read and talk about anime and manga.
This month, help with a nature trail cleanup and eat pizza. Registration required. Grades 6–12.
Ages 2–5 can dance, make crafts and eat snacks. Parents must remain with their children during the program.
LeadershipUGA presents activities to increase involvement in the community.
Books, CDs and DVDs will be sold for bargain prices. Proceeds benefit the Oconee County Public Library.
The two-day conference features farm tours, demonstrative workshops and networking.
(Prince Ave.) YA author Rebecca Ross shares her newest novel, The Queen's Rising.
WIEUCA Local band playing cheeky, guitar-driven indie rock.
DEEP STATE Local band led by songwriter Taylor Chmura, playing driving, punky, melodic guitar-rock.
SMALL REACTIONS "Nerve-pop" band from Atlanta.
INNOCENT ALEX Psychedelic, Los Angeles-based indie-rock band.
JET PHASE Local grunge-influenced indie-rock band.
WISTAPPEAR Ppsychedelic pop project fronted by Los Angeles songwriter and producer Ian Lipson.
DYLAN SCHNEIDER Country songwriter from Illinois.
JORDAN ROWE Country singer-songwriter from South Georgia.
RYAN KINDER Up-and-coming Nashville artist straddling the line between country and pop.
ASHLEY WALLS Up-and-coming country singer-songwriter from Marietta.
THE ORANGE CONSTANT Athens-based jam band with prog, pop and funk influences.
VEGABONDS Alternative Americana band from Auburn, AL.
THE TRONGONE BAND Hard-driving Southern rock crew from Richmond, VA.
FOGHORN New experimental project from local musicians Ethan LaPaquette and Parks Miller.
DJ MAHOGANY & DJ SIPPY Longtime local favorite Mahogany teams with up-and-comer Sippy for a groovy night of sounds.
JOE WILLEY & THE MOVIN' MEN Lyric-driven Americana music from the local folk songwriter and his band. Album release show! See Calendar Pick on p. 19.
EMILY HORTON Graduate student playing "simple piano and guitar songs."
LIVE MUSIC Rotating local jazz and bluegrass bands play every Friday and Saturday night.
EUREKA CALIFORNIA Melodic, rough-edged, blown-out local garage-rock duo.
AMPLINE Heavy, melodic indie-rock band from Ohio. See Calendar Pick on p. 19.
ANTLERED AUNT LORD Fuzz-pop project fronted by local songwriter Jesse Stinnard.
BOYS WHO ROCK FOR GIRLS Local musicians perform to benefit Girls Rock Athens. Featuring Tight Blacks, Forbidden Waves, Donny Knottsville and The Nice Machine, As Dusk Fades and Enter: The Panda, plus DJs.
GLOSTIK WILLY Self-proclaimed "masters of hippie metal" from Muncie, IN.
SANCTIFIED REVIVAL Classic and Southern rock-influenced band from Atlanta.
REV. CONNER MACK TRIBBLE Tribble is a Georgia rock and roll fixture. Every Friday!
DANIELLE MOHR Florida-based acoustic guitarist and folk songwriter.
Play Magic in a welcoming atmosphere.
Neil Simon's depiction of his Depression-era family living in New York is narrated by 15-year-old Eugene, who is obsessed with baseball and sex. See Theater Notes on p. 14.
Painters will be given an example of what to paint and their own canvas to create their work of art. Themes will incorporate Black History Month and Valentine's Day. Ages 5 & up.
Pick up a colonial craft kit in celebration of Georgia's 285th birthday. Kits include a pineapple decoration, beeswaz candle and butter making instructions.
DJ OSMOSE International touring DJ and Athens resident lays down an all-vinyl set of funk, soul, boogie and more.
(Frog Stomp Studio, #1A) Create a flower arrangement and learn how-tos and trivia along the way. Ages 15 and up.
Contestants or a parent must live, work in, go to church in, or be a member of an organization in Winterville to participate. Prizes awarded. Pageant held Apr. 28. www.marigoldfestival.com/miss-marigold-pageant