PAUL LOMBARD Local blues singer. (8 a.m.)
RED OAK SOUTHERN STRING BAND This Watkinsville-based band plays rootsy Americana tunes. (10 a.m.)
SCOTT LOW & THE SOUTHERN BOUILLON The local Americana singer-songwriter leads his rootsy, rocking band.
CALEB CAUDLE New Orleans-based songwriter playing soulful alt-country and roots-pop.
JOSH PERKINS & THE VOODOO CREW Full-band project from the local musician and studio owner.
WILDWOOD REVIVAL A unique, two-day festival celebrating music and Southern culture where guests can get off the grid. Featuring music from American Aquarium, Tall Tall Trees, Cicada Rhythm, Blackfoot Gypsies, Strung Like a Horse, Christopher Paul Stelling and many more. See story on p. 19.
BAGHOUSE Long-dormant experimental group that spends time exploring instrumental jazz, ambient and post-rock.
ODD TRIO One of Athens' finest original jazz ensembles, this innovative group often incorporates looped audio into its compositions.
HELEN DODGE Soulful acoustic music that occasionally dips into psychedelia.
THE DIRTY GUV'NAHS Roots-rockers from Knoxville, TN. This is the band's "farewell tour."
CHILLITH FAIR Featuring music from Erin Lovett, Sea of Dogs, Laura Carter, Dark Daughter, Jock Gang, Pamela and her Sons, Wild of Night, Black Paradise, Crunchy and DJ Mahogany. Plus an early-evening yoga session with Nicole Bechill. See Calendar Pick on p. 21.
CHECK THE SIGNS Uplifting local family band.
KEMP JONES, LEWIS JONES & CONNELLY CROWE Three local musicians team up.
LIVE JAZZ Jeremy Raj is bringing together the best that Athens jazz has to offer. A trio of incredibly talented musicians play to a great crowd every weekend.
VOODOO VISIONARY Improvisational funk/rock group from Atlanta.
FRED SCHNEIDER & SUPA-FINE The B-52s singer plays a rare Athens show. See story on p. 12.
PYLON REENACTMENT SOCIETY The songs of the legendary Athens band, as performed by Vanessa Briscoe Hay and an all-star cast of locals.
KEVIN DUNN Legendary guitarist and songwriter, a fixture on the Southern new wave scene of the 1970s and '80s.
THE FANTASTICS New local garage-rock band.
POOR MAN'S FANCY Jammy, funky rock group from Statesboro.
THE BREAD BROTHERS Garage-y local "funkabilly" band.
S-WORDS AND FRIENDS Local band playing funky pop-rock with a touch of Southern jam.
MIKE WATSON BAND Atlanta-based blues/Southern rock.
Take a trip through the decade that taste forgot. This year's theme is '70s vs. '80s. Participate in raffles, dance 'til you drop and compete in the Groovy costume contest. Proceeds benefit Project Safe.
The CCRG skate against the Soul City Sirens from Augusta. A portion of the proceeds benefits Extra Special People.
Local and sustainable produce, meats, eggs, dairy, baked goods, prepared foods and crafts. This week celebrates tomatoes with a cooking demo, taste test and kid's activity. Live music by Paul Lombard (8 a.m.) and Red Oak Southern String Band (10 a.m.). Chef Hugh Acheson will sign copies of his newest cookbook, The Broad Fork, after demonstrating recipes composed of ingredients from the market (10 a.m.).
Bring family and friends along to enjoy the mysterious world of nature at night. Includes a two-mile hike through the wooded trails and in the garden.
(Watkinsville) Locally grown produce, meats, grains, flowers, soaps, birdhouses, gourds and more.
Featuring fresh produce, honey, crafts, soaps, baked goods, cooking demos, children's activities and live music. Every Saturday.
Enjoy paddleboarding, swimming, bocce ball and more. Bring food to grill.
Atlanta potter Rick Berman demonstrates various techniques. Part of the 13th annual "Perspectives: Georgia Pottery Invitational." See Art Notes on p. 14.
Potter Satake will demonstrate both handbuilding and throwing techniques for making tea pots, ikebana vases and sculptural objects in this two-day workshop, "Beauty in Imperfection." Participants will also learn how to create interesting surfaces inspired by nature. Part of the 13th annual "Perspectives: Georgia Pottery Invitational." See Art Notes on p. 14.
The Lyndon House's current exhibition "Return from Exile" features works by 30 artists of the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, Muscogee and Seminole tribes. The symposium includes three panel discussions with artists and scholars as well as guided gallery tours.
DJ REINDEER GAMES Athens DJ mixes trap, hip hop, moombahton, '90s hits and indie dance tunes.
GROOVY NIGHTS This year's theme is '70s vs. '80s. Participate in raffles, dance 'til you drop and compete in the Groovy costume contest. Proceeds benefit Project Safe.
Family fun movies are shown in the story room. Call for movie title.
Make your own Floam using recycled Syrofoam. For ages 6 & up.
Attend "Zooniversity" at the Bear Hollow Zoo. Children can master zoo keeper skills and earn grades on their zoo keeper report card. Other activities include arts and crafts, concessions, exhibitors and discussions regarding zoo animals.
Review casting on, the knit stitch, the purl stitch, stockinette and garter stitch patterns. RSVP.
This course surveys threats to biodiversity worldwide, examples of rare plant research, techniques for restoration and reintroduction and ways to make a difference in protecting rare plants of Georgia.
Students will learn the basics of both building fun and simple circuits and writing code. Intended for beginners, hobbyists, enthusiasts and even children.
Learn the basics of hardware hacking. Build elementary circuits on a breadboard and visually review fundamental electronics equations and principles.
Try a yoga, Zumba or Bodyshred class. Registration required.
View Slavery by Another Name. Followed by a discussion with Douglas Blackmon, Pulitzer-Prize winning author of Slavery By Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World War II.
(Theater) Tony Stark, Thor, the Incredible Hulk and the rest of the Avengers must reassemble to battle Ultron, a technological terror threatening the future of mankind.
Watch classic Athens music videos from 1975–'85. See Story on p. 12.
Watch Super 8 and 16 mm films created by local musicians in "Art Rocks Reels: Movie Highlights from the Athens Scene, 1970–1985." Part of Art Rocks Athens. See Story on p. 12.
Watch a digital restoration of the film noir classic. Orson Welles stars as Harry Lime and Joseph Cotten plays his childhood friend Holly Martins.
The UGA Volleyball team play their first home tournament of the season.
Meet Scottish author Helen McClory in celebration of her first fiction collection, On the Edges of Vision.
KARAOKE Sing your heart out.
This month features UGA professor Arvin Scott. Jazz singer Marti Winkler will open the show.