The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center performs chamber music by Brahms, Martinu, Shoenfield, Mozart, Schumann and more.
America's premier repertory company for chamber music, the Chamber of Music Society of Lincoln Center makes its annual visit for the Arch Chamber Music Festival.
(Friendship Presbyterian Church, 8531 Macon Hwy.) The Athens Chamber Singers perform a selection of music from Spain, Mexico, Bolivia, Peru and Guatemala.
Dogs of all kinds show off in categories like "Best Kisser," "Best Puppy Dog Eyes" and "Best Booty Wiggle." All registered participants will receive a free raffle ticket.
This year the Boulevard Gardening Club moves into the Cobbham neighborhood. See the gardens of photographer Jeremy Ayers, painter June Ball, potter Betsy Dorminey, Tony and Liz Demarco, the T.R.R. Cobb House and the Piedmont-Cobbham Park. See Calendar Pick on p. 23.
(Quinn Hall) This unique musical review features over 25 Broadway songs. Audience members will enjoy classic tunes as playbills come to life.
North Oconee High School's Red Titan Playhouse presents the musical Grease.
This musical explores the relationship between rising novelist Jamie Wellerstein and sturggling actress Cathy Hiatt. Director Matthew Jones and actors Stephanie Bacastow and Christopher Sapp will make their Town & Gown debut.
MAY DAY MUSIC FESTIVAL A day of music benefiting the UGA music business program, featuring performances by Thomas Johnson, Uncle Dad, Big Morgan, Mosaic, Nick Austin Trio, Careless Pilots, Nifty Earth, Wieuca, Bridges, Saturn Valley and the Sweet Heart Beets.
GYPSY WILDCATS Local group playing classic Django Reinhardt gypsy swing tunes, as well as Americana and old vaudeville standards.
Penny Oldfather and Pinkie Bergmann will talk about the variety of programming available during July's Southeast Unitarian Universalist Summer Institute.
Trivia hosted by Chris Brewer. Every Sunday.
Test your skills. Every Sunday.
(485 Baldwin St.) Hosted by Dirty South. Every Sunday.
(2440 W. Broad St.) Every Sunday.
Shop from ceramic work by Laura Cooper, Erika Galloway, Juana Gnecco, Nancy Green, Julie Greene and Jenna Gridley. Textiles by Sara Lee Parker, skin care products by Lisa Pickett and jewelry by Kenneth Kase.
(Salon on First, Watkinsville) For paintings by Keith Karnok.
In two sessions, participants will create a hat, knitting in the round on a 16" circular needle. RSVP.
(Theatre) In 1939, newly created British intelligence agency MI6 recruits Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch) to crack Nazi codes.
Anyone who wants to stop eating compulsively is welcome. Sundays, 3:30 p.m. www.oa.org