DJ MAHOGANY Popular local DJ spins freaky funk, sultry soul, righteous R&B and a whole lotta unexpected faves.
DJ OSMOSE Local vinyl-only DJ holds down a three-hour run on the wheels of steel for your beer-drinking pleasure.
GEEZER Weezer tribute band, playing the band's self-titled "blue album" in its entirety.
STROKE The Strokes tribute band.
TANGO HAMBRE Local project featuring members of Klezmer Local 42, Hot Club of Athens and The Darnell Boys.
MAX MARSTON Local singer-songwriter and leader of heavy rock group Maxine of Arc.
RAY FULCHER Born and raised just outside of Augusta, Ray has spent the last several years playing country music all over the Southeast.
LAUGHLIN Local country duo with influences like Miranda Lambert and Sugarland.
CODY WEBB Nashville-based country artist.
THE HIGHBALLS Put on your bangle bracelets and tuck in those shoulder pads! Athens music vets The Highballs will perform a totally awesome set of '80s dance hits.
LOUIS THE CHILD Electronic music duo out of Chicago.
IMAD ROYAL Singer-songwriter and electronic producer from Washington, DC.
MANILA KILLA Young EDM producer from D.C.
SWEET MEGG & THE WAYFARERS New York band playing swing music for your dancing pleasure.
NATTI LOVE JOYS Out of Tennessee, this husband and wife duo plays roots reggae and world music.
LIVE MUSIC Rotating local jazz and bluegrass bands play every Friday and Saturday night.
THE POWERS Local folk-rock band of brothers.
28 IF Alt-rock trio from Johns Creek.
REPLIKA Athens-based rock group with funk and beachy influences.
ERIK NEIL BAND Local trio playing blues/rock covers and originals.
REV. CONNER MACK TRIBBLE Tribble is a Georgia rock and roll fixture. Every Friday!
THE GEORGIA HEALERS One of Athens' premier blues bands for the past 25 years.
A Certificate in Native Plants elective course, students learn to propagate native wildflowers and shrubs by seeds, cuttings and division. Models for inexpensive grow-light systems and a propagation timeline will be provided to ensure that seedlings are ready to be transplanted outdoors in early spring.
Practice line drawing techniques. Materials provided. Thursdays, Mar. 2–23, 6–8 p.m. $10. 706-742-0823, email@example.com
The show features the best in American antiques and accessories, including furniture, pottery, art, silver, textiles and more.
The dinner and awards ceremony feature the presentation of the Larry D. and Brenda A. Thompson Award and the Lillian C. Lynch Citation. RSVP.
Friday kicks off with a "Wheeling and Dealing Casino Night Preview Party." The home and garden show will feature remodeling, landscaping, decorating, cooking demonstrations and more.
Coloring sheets and pencils will be provided for participants to drop in, color and relax.
A camp designed to empower girls through creative activities, yoga and fun. June 5–9 or July 24–28, 1st grade and up. July 17–21, 5th grade and up. $180-200. wearestronggirls.com
A rotation of music, science or other special story times for babies and young children with their parents.
CORE performs contemporary, aerial and multidisciplinary events incorporating interactive film, visual arts, literature and new music into multimedia performances.
Bassonist Reed Hanna will perform.
The East Athens Educational Dance Center celebrates 30 years with an annual dance production featuring tap, ballet, jazz, modern and hip-hop.
Music director Leonard Slatkin conducts a program that includes Symphonie fantastique by Berlioz and Shéhérazade, ouverture de féerie and Tzigane by Ravel.
(Cellar Theatre) Christopher Durang's quirky comedy follows three siblings and a boyfriend.
(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.
A musical adaptation of Roald Dahl's classic novel.
A night of poetry and music to benefit Diginidad Inmigrante en Athens. Featuring poets Bridget Dooley, Sam Lane, Celest Ngeve and Lindsay Tigue, and music from Captain #1, Gift Economy, Ashley Na and Devin Watkins, plus a DJ after the show.
Bring your crochet projects and hook awhile. Share ideas and techniques. Hooks, scrap yarn and basic instructions are available. Fridays, 1–3 p.m. firstname.lastname@example.org