The ensemble will perform Bach, Mozart and Tchaikovsky for their spring concert.
CORE performs contemporary, aerial and multidisciplinary events incorporating interactive film, visual arts, literature and new music into multimedia performances.
Bring your pajama-clad kids in for storytelling and readings by special guests.
Teens can come together to discuss plans for the ACC Library's teen department's collections and programs. Pick up application forms at the front desk. Ages 11-18.
Create Lego art and enjoy Lego-based games. Blocks provided. For ages 8 & up.
The film has not been picked yet but suggestions are welcome. Ages 11–18.
Players will be introduced to basketball, football, golf, kickball, lacrosse, soccer and more. Ages 3–4. Mondays, Mar. 15–Apr. 19, 4:45–5:30 p.m. at Trail Creek Park. Tuesdays, Mar. 14–Apr. 18, 4:45–5:30 p.m. at Southeast Clarke Park. $65. www.athensclarkecounty.com/leisure
Laissez les bons temps rouler. Celebrate with music, crafts and king cake. For ages 4–8 and their caregivers.
(UGA Poultry Science, 110 Cedar St.) Participants will get a hands-on feel for entomology. Mar. 9 & 10, 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. $35–65. blog.caes.uga.edu
KARAOKE Hosted by karaoke fanatic Dr. Fred and featuring a large assortment of pop, rock, indie and more. Every Thursday!
The UGA AFrican Studies Institute presents the 25th annual lecture. UGA alumna Alexandra Wright, Overseas Research Fellow for the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, speaks on "capacity strengthening vector control laboratories in resource limited settings in East and West Africa."
Learn about memory loss, dementia, risk factors, stages, treatments and more.
(Room 101) Marcia Chatelain will give a talk on "Burgers in the Age of Black Capitalism: How Civil Rights and Fast Food Changed America After 1968."
(Room 277) Author and professor Dianne Dugaw will speak on "Fighting and Sailing Women in Anglo-American Prints, Songs and History." A workshop on rare books will follow after lunch.
The show features the best in American antiques and accessories, including furniture, pottery, art, silver, textiles and more.
Knitters of all levels are welcome.
Donate furniture, electronics, toys, clothing, books, tools, antiques and other items to the annual OCAF thrift sale. Donate items on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 a.m.–2 p.m. or 5–7 p.m. and Saturdays, 9 a.m.–2 p.m. The sale will open Mar. 17–18. 706-769-4565, firstname.lastname@example.org
This yoga class allows kiddos to practice alongside their parents. Free childcare is available for little ones who would rather play than practice yoga.
Drop in for a gentle Hatha, mindfulness-based class. Tuesdays, 5:30–7 p.m. $10. 706-543-0162, email@example.com
Seeking artists to display their works. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Join collectors Larry and Brenda Thompson for a discussion on collecting African American art. They will discuss the importance of partnerships between academic institutions and private collectors in nurturing and fostering an awareness of African American artists.
RCI "Purveyors of only the finest in filth and chicanery" from Athens.
WICKED KING Hard-hitting local rock trio dedicated to the roots of true heavy music.
THE GRAWKS Punk and garage-inspired local rock and roll band.
SACRED HOLLOW Local hard rock band influenced by Tool, Sevendust, Soundgarden and more.
FAUX FEROCIOUS Nashville-based lo-fi rock band with garage-pop sensibilities. See Calendar Pick on p. 15.
SOFT OPTION Garage-rock group from Nashville.
THE HERNIES Local riff-heavy rock band displaying influences from classic to indie rock.
TAB BENOIT Guitarist native to Louisiana combining a variety of blues styles including Delta, swamp and Chicago blues.
BOOMBOX Vintage-oriented eletctro-psychedelic group from Muscle Shoals, AL.
MARVEL YEARS Electro-soul EDM producer/guitarist.
KEVIN GREEN TRIO L.A.-based keyboardist Green plays jazz originals and standards with his trio.
JULIE HOLMES Local singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist who specializes in acoustic jams.
ROBBIE DUDE Local DJ spinning "futuristic, hip hop, electro-soul, funky freshness, wine sippin', bumpin', grindin' bass music" performing with friends.
THE BIG SMOOTH Bluesy tunes with soulful vocals courtesy of Tre Powell and company.
REV. TRIBBLE AND THE DANCING MAGNOLIAS Local group led by Athens rock fixture Rev. Conner Mack Tribble.
WIEUCA Local band playing cheeky, guitar-driven indie rock.
RICCI Atlanta-based indie rock band.
GHOST DOGS Beachy post-punk group from Boone, NC.
OZONE JONES Energetic, North Carolina-based rock group.
Meet at the bar for a round of trivia.
Win house cash prizes every Tuesday and Thursday.
SILENT DISCO Dance the night away with wireless headphones and two channels of music. One of them is a request line!
WARM GLOW BLUE SKY SHOW JJC plays disco, funk, soul & cetera. Every Thursday!
(Cellar Theatre) Christopher Durang's quirky comedy follows three siblings and a boyfriend.
The Tony Award-winning musical tells the tale of a Dublin street musician and a young woman who takes interest in his love songs.
(Quinn Hall) Athens Creative Theatre presents Bless Me Father, a comedy about how a town, thinking the Pope is about to visit, lines up to confess sins to a janitor who has been trapped in the booth for hours.
This month's program focuses on service.
Raoul Peck's documentary envisions James Baldwin's unfinished manuscript. A panel discussion with Ed Pavlic, Rachel Gabara and Tareva Johnson will follow the screening.
Personalized instruction available for various computer topics. Thursdays, 9 a.m. 706-613-3650, ext. 354, www.athenslibrary.org
(160 Satula Ave.) Connect to your own inner calm and strength. Beginners to advanced welcome. Thursdays, 6:30 p.m. $10. email@example.com
The Dance Center seeks female and male dancers, ages 10–18, for the upcoming performance season. Feb. 23, 6 p.m. $12. www.athensclarkecounty.com/leisure