View award-winning short films directed by up-and-coming Spanish filmmakers.
The event features a safety bazaar, followed by a screening of the cyber-warfare documentary Zero Days. Afterwards, hear a panel discussion with Beth Burgess from the ACC Office of Emergency Preparedness and Dr. Kang Li from UGA's Computer Science Department.
The Common Ground LGBT Community Center is having a meetup for members of the LGBTQ community.
Georgia Download Destination is a free service that allows patrons to download free audio and ebooks. Registration required.
Annie Marcum teaches "Mindful Flow Yoga." Mondays, 12 p.m. $5–10. BYO Mat. 706-372-1849
A one-hour lesson is followed by a two-hour dancing session. No experience or partner necessary. Every Tuesday.
"Internet 101: Search Engines." Registration Required.
Try out one of the tablets at the library. Mar. 28
Trivia hosted by Nic every Tuesday.
Westside and Eastside locations of Locos Grill and Pub feature trivia night every Tuesday.
Hosted by Eddie Whitlock.
Hosted by James Majure.
Hosted by James Majure.
(2301 College Station Rd.) Every Tuesday.
Win drinks, sweet treats and gift cards. Every Tuesday on the patio.
Win house cash prizes every Tuesday and Thursday.
Hosted by TV, radio and internet personality Dave McMahon. Emphasis on Georgia athletics.
Berkeley and Leia Boone present a program on gardens of Sydney and the East Coast.
This conference is for musicians, students and professionals who are interested in issues relevant to the intersection of law, music and business.
Experience how dyslexic, blind or visually-impaired students function in a classroom. Reservation required.
(Tuckston United Methodist Church) Find support with other caregivers. Non-denominational meetings are held the second Sunday of each month. 706-850-7272
Celebrate National Poetry Month by decorating a journal. Ages 9 and up.
“Photographic Arts for Phones with Smarts” (May 29–June 2) focuses on digital art. Ages 11–15. $150. “Backyard Broadway Creative Arts” (June 5–9 and July 17–21) focuses on theater and writing with a performance. Ages 10–14. “Café Kids, Jr. Summer Reading and Writing Adventure!” (July 24-28) Focuses on reading and writing skills through games, arts and crafts. Ages 6–8. $150. 706-340-7461, www.communityvoicesinaction.org/summer2017
(Room 271) Christine L. Williams from the University of Texas at Austin delivers this year's lecture "Diversity, Flexibility and Instability: How the New Economy is Shaping Leadership Opportunities for Women."
Meet Ashley Jones in celebration of her book Magic City Gospel.
(UGA Pharmacy Building, 250 W. Green St.) Learn the basics of beekeeping. Joe Conti and Will Dix discuss swarming, splits and supering.
WHITEHALL JAZZ COLLECTIVE Local jazz pianist Greg Hankins leads his sizeable group through an eclectic set of music.
DJ WHOM Local DJ playing a mix of hip hop, '90s and 2000s music.
The Apollo's Fire ensemble features Jeannette Sorrell on harpsichord, vocalists Amanda Powerll and Ross Hauck, violinist Susanna Perry Gilmore and cellist René Schiffer.
LIVE BAND KARAOKE Sing your favorite '80s and '90s jams and beyond, backed by Saved by the Band. Series finale!
Meet other parents with babies. Tuesdays, 10 a.m. www.reblossomathens.com
Theater games and improvisation techniqes to increase creativity and confidence. Class ends with a public performance. Led by Lisa Mendez and Circle Ensemble's professional actors and directors. Tuesdays through Apr. 25, 6–8 p.m. 706-742-0823, www.wintervillecenter.com