General trivia with host Caitlin Wilson.
Trivia hosted by Nic every Tuesday.
Westside and Eastside locations of Locos Grill and Pub feature trivia night every Tuesday.
Hosted by James Majure.
(2301 College Station Rd.) Every Tuesday.
Demo yet-to-be-released games.
Hosted by TV, radio and internet personality Dave McMahon. Emphasis on Georgia athletics.
JIVE PICKLE Local singer-songwriter Jeremy Lum performs.
JULIE HOLMES Local singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist who specializes in acoustic jams.
MARK STOKES Folk singer and guitarist from Dahlonega.
THE MOONSHINE Local roots band playing "an incandescent blend of guitar, autoharp and upright bass."
HOG-EYED MAN Local instrumental duo that plays traditional Appalachian music.
MRJORDANMRTONKS Tommy Jordan and William Tonks' collaboration features rootsy guitar picking and paired vocal melodies.
GROUP GROPE Analog synth beats influenced by classic Chicago house and Detroit techno.
DJ OSMOSE Local analog-only DJ spinning an evening of beatdown-style disco reworks and deep-house vinyl.
DJ OTHER VOICES, OTHER ROOMS Playing danceable ambient techno with tapes of birds and passing trains accompanied by synthesizers and a drum machine.
DOOM RIBBONS Experimental guitar/percussion duo from Asheville, NC.
CLARENCE SUN & THE MOONSHYNES Local all-star blues group led by Clarence "Big C" Cameron.
TUESDAY NIGHT CONFESSIONAL This series, hosted by Fester Hagood, showcases acoustic solo sets from talented singer-songwriters from Athens and across the country.
Discuss works connected to the ongoing and upcoming exhibitions and programs at the library. Followed by gallery tours. May's selction is Lighthouse by Eugenia Price.
Avid, Center City Ballet and Strong Girls present a panel discussion with Jessamyn Stanley in celebration of her first book Every Body Yoga: Let Go of Fear, Get on the Mat, Love Your Body.
Stories, songs, crafts and fun for preschool-aged children and their caregivers.
Read Dragons Love Tacos and Secret Pizza Party with Miss Keir. Make taco crafts and help build a giant felt pizza. Ages 4–11.
Hang out with Will from the YA staff and write something. Ages 11–18.
"Internet 101: Search Engines." Registration Required.
This month's meal is inspired by "The Food History of the Modern South" as told in John T. Edge's book The Potlikker Papers. Edge will read from the book and sign copies. Proceeds benefit Community Support for Families in Crisis.
The new series featuring previously recorded performances from Lincoln Center in NYC kicks off with a screening of the Afropunk festival.
Shana must set aside her acting career when KGB agents kill her family.
The documentary examines the evolution of the personality of Athens as a community over six decades. Tickets are free but required.
See Hugh Jackman again in the final Wolverine story, presented in a new monochromatic vision.
KARAOKE Every Tuesday. Sing for your chance to win Terrapin swag.
For family members, friends and caregivers of individuals with mental illnesses. Begins May 23. FREE! 770-225-0804 ext. 700, email@example.com, www.nami.org
A variety of volunteer positions are available through the festival weekend. June 23–25. firstname.lastname@example.org, athfest.com/athfest-volunteers