Families are invited to learn about amphibians and search for newts, salamanders and frogs. Bring a flashlight and wear closed toe shoes.
Share books, songs, rhymes and activities en Español. Ages 3–8.
Ages 5 & up. Painters will be given an example of what to paint.
Participants will play old school games like hide and seek, man hunt and capture the flag. Grades 6–12.
THE LAST REMNANTS Group consisting of members of various '80s and '90s rock bands.
THE LUCKY JONES Rockin' rhythm and blues from this local three-piece.
DAVID BARBE & INWARD DREAM EBB The Athens scene legend is backed by members of New Madrid.
GRAND VAPIDS Local alt-rock band with a dense, dreamy, slowcore-inspired sound.
SHADE Dissonant, groove-oriented local post-punk band.
ANNIVERSARY KICKOFF Featuring music from Taylor Smith & The Roamin’ Jasmine, Clip Art, Squalle, Blanko, Luxury Vehicle and Robbie Dude. See story on p. 8.
HUNTER GRAYSON Playing classic country music.
THE SPOOKIE MOON Atlanta-based psychedelic folk-rock group.
THE POWERS Local folk-rock band of brothers.
BIRDS FLY SOUTH No info available.
LYDIA LOVELESS Gritty alt-country singer-songwriter from Columbus, OH. See story on p. 12.
THE DARNELL BOYS The Darnell brothers play country blues originals backed by upright bass, singing saw and junkyard percussion.
LEAVING COUNTRIES Louis Phillip Pelot plays solo sets of country-rock and acoustic Southern soul.
JAMEY JOHNSON Alabama native and country singer-songwriter.
MOLLY STEVENS Country singer-songwriter known for appearing on "The Voice."
KELLEY SWINDALL Bluesy folk musician from Stone Mountain.
THE PLEASURE POINT Local hip hop/noise-pop group led by songwriter Jacob Lake.
MATERIAL GIRLS Atlanta band featuring current and former members of Concord America and Chief Scout.
THE MOONSHINE Local roots band with a blend of guitar, autoharp and upright bass.
MRJORDANMRTONKS Tommy Jordan and William Tonks' collaboration features rootsy guitar picking and paired vocal melodies.
THE HOBOHEMIANS This six-piece acoustic band performs popular American and European roots music of the 1910s–30s.
LIVE MUSIC Rotating local jazz and bluegrass bands play every Friday and Saturday night.
REV. CONNER TRIBBLE Local artist playing old-fashioned rock and roll with a sprinkle of good-humored irreverence.
ALEXA ROSE Singer-songwriter exploring American roots music, from mountain ballads to rock and roll.
THE PINK STONES Local rock group led by songwriter Hunter Pinkston.
HINDSIGHT Modern alt-rock act from Macon.
PONCE Rock-pop duo based in Nashville, TN consisting of twin brothers Carson and Michael Poncé.
SHOEGAZERS Power-pop band from Kennesaw.
THE TWO TAKES Atlanta-based indie rock band influenced by groups like Arctic Monkeys and The Killers.
The 2018 AAMBL Season runs April through early August. The draft occurs Apr. 24. 706-207-8939, www.aambl.com
Award-winning author and associate professor Dr. Bettina Love presents "GET FREE: Creativity, Hip Hop Civics Ed, Intersectionality, and Black Joy."
Teens will share their experiences protesting gun violence and activism with ULead and the Athens Anti-Discrimination Movement.
Celebrate the work of BFA students graduating in various studio art majors.
A beginner Hustle lesson will be held at 7 p.m. followed by social dancing. No partner or experience necessary.
Featuring the Armorettes form Atlanta. Proceeds benefit Boybutante Aids Foundation.
Canopy's advanced students present "Lightness of Being," an aerial arts performance featuring silks, cubes, trapezes and more. See Calendar Pick on p. 20.
Tooth to Tail, artists Heather Foster and Drema Montgomery, give a performance inspored by Dostoyevsky's short story Crocodile.
Participate in a guided meditation session in the galleries. Meet in the lobby.
Play Magic in a welcoming atmosphere.
TWISTED BOTTLE DANCE PARTY Dance the week's woes away with music from DJ Q and Chief Rocka.
Town & Gown Players presents Tennessee Williams' Southern gothic tale. Starring Gay McCommons and Ming Vase-Dynasty.
The center reviews proposals for future art exhibitions twice annually. Exhibitions can be by local, regional, national or international artists, exchange exhibitions from other states and countries, invitational or juried exhibitions, themed exhibitions or exhibitions of historical works owned by local collectors. Due date Apr. 20 by 11:59 p.m. www.accgov.com/lyndonhouse