Anita Westlake will give a presentation on "The ABCs of Geology."
This month's speaker is Athens jeweler Charles Pinckney.
Practice public speaking skills in a supportive environment.
Learn the basics of PowerPoint 2013. Registration required.
"Costa Rican Class" includes three classic recipes, plus history and family stories. $35. Apr. 27 or 29 at 10:30 a.m. "Bread Class" goes over the basics of bread baking. $35. Apr. 25 at 10:30 a.m. email@example.com
Camps include themed programming on food in art, mythical creatures and storytelling, recycling, sewing, stop-motion animation, superheroes, photography, natural wonders, animals, indie crafts and more. Check website for full descriptions and dates. www.treehousekidandcraft.com
Create Lego art and enjoy Lego-based activities. Legos provided. Ages 3–11.
(East Athens Community Center) "Animal Planet" will visit Bear Hollow Zoo then make animal-related crafts at the Community Center. (Rocksprings Park) "Backyard Day off School Program" will include birdhouse building and corn hole. (Lay Park) "Colors of Spring" will focus on gardening and care for the environment. Apr. 3, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. $15–21. Registration is required. www.athensclarkecounty.com/leisure
Bring in or check out a biography to celebrate Women's History Month. Girls, ages 8–10.
Families and children 18 months–3 years can take a tour tailored for young children, listen to stories and participate in a hands-on activity. This month's theme is "movement" and includes a tour of Lin Emery's kinetic sculptures. RSVP.
Learn basic cooking skills with limited ingredients to whip up a tasty snack. Ages 11–18.
Trivia hosted by Nic every Tuesday.
Westside and Eastside locations of Locos Grill and Pub feature trivia night every Tuesday.
Hosted by James Majure.
Hosted by James Majure.
(2301 College Station Rd.) Every Tuesday.
(Downtown) Surf the trivia wave every Tuesday.
Win house cash prizes every Tuesday and Thursday.
Hosted by TV, radio and internet personality Dave McMahon. Emphasis on Georgia athletics.
View screenings of shorts (5 p.m.) and For the Love of Spock (7:30 p.m.) which will follow the festival's closing party. See Story on p. 22.
STONI TAYLOR Guitarist of Atlanta-based Stoni Taylor & the Miles of Stones plays a solo set of soul-inspired rock.
TOM VISIONS BAND Post-mystical, electronic, psychedelic music from Visions and his group.
TOMATO DODGERS Hip-hop and funk-influenced experimental pop group from Maryland.
SAD FISH Atlanta-based band that deals in Brazilian-inspired surf tunes.
PIANO HAPPY HOUR Jason Fuller, Bart King, Grant Cowan, Caroline Aiken and guests play piano songs in the round.
DUSTAN LOUQUE Multifaceted singer-songwriter from Louisiana.
DJ WHOM Local DJ playing a mix of hip hop, '90s and 2000s music.
EUREKA CALIFORNIA Melodic, rough-edged, guitar-driven local garage-rock duo.
MARATHON STATES Catchy, driving pop-punk group fronted by local songwriter Jason Thinh.
OUTER SPACES Folk-pop band fronted by formerly local songwriter Cara Beth Satalino.
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center performs a program entitled "French Virtuosity" with works by Debussy, Ravel and Chausson.
Carlee Woodring, Alex Moore and Anna Wood perform.
Deborah L. Birx, an international leader in HIV/AIDS treatment, presents "The War Against AIDS, 35 Years and Counting: Are We There Yet?"
(Cellar Theatre) Loosely based on the notorious Ruth Snyder case of 1927, Sophie Treadwell's episodic play depicts a young woman's disastrous efforts to conform to society's rigid expectations of women.
LIVE BAND KARAOKE Sing your favorite '80s and '90s jams and beyond, backed by Saved by the Band.