This regular comedy open mic features established comedians and newcomers alike.
Kim Cochran presents a history of birthstones.
The Athens Convention & Visitors Bureau will host area hospitality industry representatives. The local tourism industry will gather to celebrate the importance of tourism and the contributions of the workforce.
Join a farm-to-school-to-table benefit dinner. This locally-grown, family-style feast is cooked, prepared and served by students from all four Clarke County Middle Schools. Proceeds benefit Experience UGA.
"Internet 101: Browser Basics" Registration required.
A one-hour lesson is followed by a two-hour dancing session. No experience or partner necessary. Every Tuesday.
Learn the ins and outs of owning a brewering, distillery or meadery from experts.
Taught by Caty and Kristin.
(Craig Gum Photography, 160 Winston Dr. Suite 10) Learn lighting techniques using color gels. Participants must bring their own camera.
"Outdoor Essentials" is a crash course on camping basics. Nov. 11, 9 a.m.–2 p.m. $35. www.wildintelligence.org
Teens can come together to discuss plans for the ACC Library's teen department's collections and programs. Pick up application forms at the front desk. Ages 11-18.
Make a no-bake autumn harvest dessert and share fall stories. Girls, ages 8–10.
Stories, songs and crafts for preschool-aged children and their caregivers.
Participants will learn about kitchen safety and make individual pot pies to take home. Ages 2–6.
4H teaches the basics of babysitting. Teens, ages 11 and up.
General trivia with host Jamie Pisarich.
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.
Win drinks, sweet treats and gift cards. Every Tuesday on the patio.
Players will compete in a skills competition with coordination and dribbling as well as a three-point shooting contest. Ages 10–30.
Beginner to advanced skill levels welcome.
Discuss Bless Me Ultima by Rudolfo Anaya.
(Five Points) Author, restauranteur and Top Chef Hugh Acheson offers a cooking demo and signing for his latest book, The Chef and the Slow Cooker.
Discuss issues at the county, state and national level at the water cooler end of the bar.
Demons posing as a heavy metal band invade a small town and turn the teens into parent-murdering zombies.
(Room 250) Yawar Mallku tells the story of an American agency secretly sterilizing women in Bolivia under the guide of providing health care. After the screening, Dr. Khédija Gadhoum will discuss the politics.
"31 Days of Darkness" concludes with the bastard child of the Halloween series, Halloween 3: Season of the Witch.
HIT LIZARD No information available.
PUBLIC PRETENDERS No information available.
LOHO TRIO Local group playing '90s covers.
MERMAID MOTOR LOUNGE Packway Handle Band members Josh Erwin and Troy Harris perform acoustic originals and covers.
THE SH-BOOMS Garage-rock/soul hybrid on tour from Orlando, FL.
THE RAD TRADS Powerful group out of New York City boasting driving rhythm and horn sections and four lead vocalists.
MOSAIC Local indie-folk group with a rich sound.
THE WELCOME HOME Local four-piece indie rock band.
ALEX MOWRY No information available.
BEVERLY Athens-based experimental performer.
SEVERE BLUSH Experimental electronic sounds from Athens' Logan Shirah.
CHRISTOPHER BARTUS Local avant-garde composer and musician.
VERSATYLE THA WILDCHYLD BENEFIT A tribute show to benefit the family of the late local rapper Anthony Little, featuring Ishues with Dreaded Mindz, Celest Ngeve and more.
WILLIAM TONKS & HILL ROBERTS Two local folk musicians team up.
THE MOBROS Vintage-sounding mix of blues, soul, funk and Latin music from Camden, SC.
YOUNG MISTER Steven Fiore and his band play catchy, psychedelic Americana.
Neil Berg's musical traces the roots of rock and roll from the 1940s through the '80s.
ATHICA offers a special preview of their fashion and fundraising event, "Cranial Offerings," which will be held Oct. 19 at Live Wire. Models will show off headdresses made by local artists, and brewery visitors can create their own headdresses at an activity table.