Hard movie trivia hosted by Count Zapula.
Hosted by Garrett Lennox every Wednesday. Prizes and house cash.
Dirty South Trivia offers house cash prizes.
Gather a team and compete.
(Washington St.) Play to win.
(2440 W. Broad St.) Compete for prizes.
Gather a team. Every Wednesday.
Drop in and win prizes!
Watch the house cast.
(Athens Area Chamber of Commerce) 1MC is a national program designed to educate, engage and connect entrepreneurs. Each week, a local startup presents their company to a supportive audience.
Step into another world through the HTC Vive Virtual Reality headset.
RUHAA! Local rock band with alternative and blues influences.
ACTUS REUS Atlanta-based metal band.
DARSANA Local indie band.
JONATHAN RICHMAN The former Modern Lovers frontman known for his playful, evocative lyricism returns to town with his longtime drummer Tommy Larkins. See Calendar Pick on p. 16.
ANE DIAZ Folk singer-songwriter known for her work with The Causey Way and Producto.
MARC TEICHOLZ Renowned acoustic guitarist performs with students from UGA's school of music, featuring sounds from Brazil, as well as classical and jazz selections for solo guitar.
SUNNY SOUTH BLUES BAND Local band combining a blues and soul spirit with riffy rock and roll.
STONI TAYLOR & MILES OF STONES Atlanta-based funk-rock outfit.
JAZZ NIGHT The longest standing weekly music gig in Athens! Enjoy an evening of original music, improv and standards.
Watch some anime and manga, listen to J-Pop music, eat Japanese snacks and share fan art. Ages 11–18.
A storytelling program with hands-on activities. Ages 3.5–8.
Children of all ages are invited for bedtime stories every Wednesday.
Learn basic cooking skills with limited ingredients to whip up a tasty snack. Ages 11–18.
Preschool aged children will learn social and language skills through songs stories and crafts. Ages almost 3–almost 5.
Stories, songs and crafts for preschool-aged children and their caregivers.
Attendees will share books, songs, puppets and rhymes. Ages 1.5–5.
Abigail Kosberg leads a tour of "Opera in Print: Fin-de-siècle Posters from the Blum Collection."
(Bridge Gallery) Jon Vogt discusses his exhibition "Oscillations."
Meet poet Todd Boss for his collection Tough Luck.
This lunch's topic is "The Historic American Legion Building." Presented by the Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation.
Meet Ward Morehouse III in celebration of his book Broadway After Dark: A Father and Son Cover 100 Years of Broadway. Morehouse and Katherine Boynton will talk about Broadway behind the scenes.
Meet local author Mokah-Jasmine Johnson in celebration of her first book Spirit of an Activist: Stop Sitting on the Sidelines.
The Non Mediocre Knowledge of Mediocre Ladies provides an encouraging atmosphere for ladies to talk about their skills and knowledge. This episode features Nicole Youngblood Yearwood, April Harper and Kelli McCain.
KARAOKE With your host Lynn. Every Wednesday!
OPEN MIC A weekly open-mic jam hosted by Louis Phillip Pelot. All musicians welcome. Backline provided!
A choreographic cabaret experience complete with thrilling storylines, visual mastery and an all-male revue.
Classical guitar students will perform solo and ensemble pieces, featuring guest artist Marc Teicholz.
Watch The Wizard of Oz.
(Cellar Theatre) The lives of an average couple are upended by the arrival of mysterious new neighbors in their Detroit suburb. See Theater Notes on p. 14.
Veteran industry analyst and journalist Dan Baker will lead a workshop. Participants can bring writing samples for group critique.
All levels welcome. Topics include starting and maintaining a hive, equipment and supplies, and the benefits of keeping bees. Register by Feb. 20.
Participants will lunch and learn with Krista Jones, leaving with a succlulent plant and tips to energize their home.
The new writing group hosts its inaugural meeting. Dan Baker will lead the first workshop on making a living as a business journalist and industry analyst.
Adults of all abilities can read out loud and discuss I Survived the Hindenburg Disaster by Lauren Tarshis. Feb. 21, 1 p.m. 706-795-5597, www.athenslibrary.org/madison