3 PM Baltimore pop-rock trio with pop-punk roots.
OVER THE EDGE Peachtree City-based pop-punk band.
BROKEN CITY SKY Pop-punk band from Atlanta.
CAROLINE ROMAN Atlanta-based pop and EDM singer-songwriter.
TRE POWELL Local singer-songriter playing bluesy acoustic tunes with soulful vocals.
HONEYWHEEL Athens-based progressive rock band.
FAT NEPTUNE Up-and-coming Athens psych-rock four-piece.
THE FINE HUNNIES New local band.
SELECTOR DUB NARCOTIC K Records founder Calvin Johnson plays "party-friendly excursions into dub, disco and hip hop." See Calendar Pick on p. 20.
PYLON REENACTMENT SOCIETY The songs of the legendary Athens band, as performed by Vanessa Briscoe Hay and an all-star cast of locals.
THE ORANGE CONSTANT Athens-based jam band with prog, pop and funk influences. Album release show!
BLUE OCTOBER Alt-rock band from Houston, TX known for radio hits like "Hate Me."
MATTHEW MAYFIELD Acoustic singer-songwriter and Alabama native.
THE HOT HOTTY-HOTS Mary Sigalas, Dan Horowitz, Steve Key and surprise guests play swingin' tunes from the '10s, '20s and '30s.
BLUES JAM Hosted by Jesse Mariah. Bring your voice and instruments.
PADGETT & POULIN Local guitar virtuoso and songwriter Chris Padgett teams with violinist Adam Poulin.
JAZZ NIGHT The longest standing weekly music gig in Athens! Enjoy an evening of original music, improv and standards.
SEXY NEIGHBORS New York-based garage-punk group.
VIETRAHM Surf- and psych-inspired rock band from Chicago.
HANNIE AND THE SLOBS New local garage project featuring members of The Rodney Kings and Muuy Biien.
MIGHTY Alternative rock group from Atlanta.
Local musician Rick Fowler will lead a discussion after the screening of his film Mayhayley Lancaster: Legend of an Oracle.
(UGA Caldwell Hall, Room 302) In the documentary, farmers tell their stories and industry experts reveal how the corportation model pits farmer against farmer. Hosted by Real Food UGA.
This unit focuses on designs that incorporate fruits and vegetables.
Ages 7 & up are invited to play. All experience levels welcome.
Stories, songs, crafts and fun for preschool-aged children and their caregivers.
A storytelling program with hands-on activities. Ages 3.5–8.
Children of all ages are invited for bedtime stories every Wednesday.
Meet in the parking lot and get some fresh air in the company of other parents with young children. Wednesdays, 10 a.m. www.reblossomathens.com
Test your trivia chops for prizes! Every Wednesday.
Test your sports knowledge every Wednesday night.
Hosted by Garrett Lennox every Wednesday. Prizes and house cash.
Dirty South Trivia offers house cash prizes.
Gather a team and compete.
(Eastside) Every Wednesday.
(Washington St.) Play to win.
Meet local entrepreneurs, tech talent and other fellow Athenians who are making cool stuff at this weekly Four Athens networking happy hour.
This month's topic is "Raising Your First Round." Lunch is provided. RSVP.
Aprio's Carli McDonald from R&D Tax Credit Services will discuss tax credits for startups. Lunch provided. RSVP.
Help fund a cure for cancer while planning a fun community event. Seeking new volunteers to help plan one of the largest local events of the year. 706-543-2240, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.relayforlife.org/clarkega
KARAOKE With your host Lynn. Every Wednesday!
OPEN MIC A weekly open-mic jam.
(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.
Secret City Burlesque presents video game-themed performances in "Arcade."
Celebrate World Water Day with artists from the Fire Up the Hydrants public art project, which transformed 20 downtown fire hydrants into painted works of art. "Fired Up, Watered Down" is an exhibition of works by Lily Swindle, Maggie Baxter, Dan Smith, Sarah Cook and Sofy Bertioli.
Marshall Shepherd presents "Zombies, Sports and Cola: Implications for Communicating Weather and Climate." Sponsored by 100+ Days of Action.
Meet others who read or write fanfiction. Grades 6–12.
The Georgia Review presents poet, translator and editor Joshua Beckman in celebration of the Spring 2017 issue. Beckman will read from his work and a reception will follow with music by Scott Creney and Brigette Adair Herron.
The MOD[ular] ensemble creates new works in mixed chamber settings.
JAZZ VINYL NIGHT JazzAthensGA members spin jazz records. Plus, hear the Louis Romanos Quartet's new album in its entirety.