(Comer) The family-run glassblowing studio offers handmade glass items. Live demos until 3 p.m.
(572 Nantahala Ave.) Local potter Carter Gillies is joined by Geoff Pickett, Jeff Bishoff, Kyle Jones and Zuzka Vaclavik for a group sale of handmade wares.
Potter David Morgan has been creating functional stoneware for the past 30 years. Shop for new works.
Shop new work by resident potters Lori Demosthenes, Maria Dondero, Jennifer Heynen, Chona Leathers, Allya Maerz, Regina Mandell and Kerry Steinberg.
THE LUCKY JONES Rockin' rhythm and blues from this local band. Every Sunday!
KISHI BASHI Talented local songwriter and violinist plays a stripped-down acoustic holiday set.
JIM COOK High-energy solo blues performer with strong vocals, slide guitar and "swamp stomp."
The program features compositions by Berlin, Brymer, Brown, Vaugh Williams, Leonvitch, Handel, Tchaikovsky and more.
(Day Chapel) The choir will perform a selection of holiday favorites.
(Starlite Showroom, 750 W. Broad St.) Treehouse Kid & Craft's 8th annual market features the work of regional artists.
The concert features Christmas carols and songs of Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, the winter solstice and more. Seasonal craft stations and snacks will be available.
The extravaganza includes an alpaca obstacle course, an alpaca costume contest, a fiber enthusiast gathering and seminars on alpaca yarn.
The Botanical Garden's conservatory will be decorated for the season. Children can meet Santa and make a holiday craft.
(Eastside) Tickets include a kids pepperoni or cheese pizza, drink, gelato and a holiday craft. Bring your own camera for photos.
Meet Top Elf author Caleb Zane Huett and Santa.
Browse paintings, ornaments, t-shirts and prints by See Dan Paint.
Learn lettering with Mike Moak. Registration required.
The murder-mystery musical comedy is like Agatha Christie meets 42nd Street.
Circle Ensemble Theatre presents the classic holiday favorite about Ebenezer Scrooge.
(313 N. Alexander Ave., Washington) The Washington Little Theater presents the holiday classic about Ebenezer Scrooge.
Athens Little Playhouse presents Alice in Wonderland, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and The Jungle Book.
UGA alum and sports writer Jason Butt explores the deep connection Georgia fans have to the university and Athens in The Georgia Bulldogs Fans' Bucket List.
Students and families can learn about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and how to afford going to college.
Programs include art, sports, environmental science, recreation, holiday activities and mini camps. Register online. 706-613-3580, www.athensclarkecounty.com/leisure
The West Broad Farmers Market is seeking local craftsmen and artisans for a holiday craft market on Dec. 16, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. www.athenslandtrust.org