GRIM PICKINS AND THE BASTARD CONGREGATION Southern blues-metal with a tinge of darkness.
DARSOMBRA Heavy drone-rock band from Batimore.
UTAH Heavy, downtuned local rock band.
JAZZ FUNK JAM Local jazz musician Mason Davis hosts this monthly jam session.
Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday! Reuben Haller performs his “Cat in the Hat” show, full of puppetry, juggling and music. All ages.
OPEN MIC Showcase your talent at this open mic night every Monday. Hosted by Larry Forte.
AIDS Athens hosts portions of the AIDS Memorial Quilt as part of AIDS Athens 25th anniversary. The AIDS quilt features over 48,000 panels dedicated to those who have died from HIV/AIDS.
(Room 101) The true story of Luna, a young, wild killer whale who tries to befriend people after he gets separated from his family on the rugged coast of Vancouver Island. Part of Animal Voices Film Festival.
Spend President's Day scaling great heights. For ages 6 & above. Bring a lunch and dress for climbing. All levels welcome.
Stories before bedtime. Pajamas encouraged.
Participants play presidential trivia and celebrate Presidents' Day. For ages 6–13.
"Once Upon a Time" features fairy tales, games, crafts, snacks and a visit to Bear Hollow Zoo. Bring a sack lunch.
Former manager of R.E.M. Bertis Downs gives a lecture entitled, "Don't Get Me Started: On Athens, Music Lessons and of Course, Good Schools for All Kids."
Mike Galifianakis, statewide ADA Coordinator, will discuss disability issues. The seminar is targeted to persons who are responsible for recognizing and responding to accessibility and accommodation issues in their units and classrooms. Email to RSVP by Feb. 14.
Are you lovesick? Cures go to the highest bidders. Proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society.
(Quinn Hall) Athens Creative Theatre conducts a program for teens and adults using scripts so that the characterization occurs solely through the actor’s voice and expressions. Mondays, Feb. 18–Mar. 25, 6–8 p.m. $50–75. 706-613-3628, www.athensclarkecounty.com/act
All-day drop-in crafting for kids. Feb. 15–18. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. FREE! 706-795-5597