OPEN MIC Showcase your talent at this open mic night every Monday. Hosted by Larry Forte.
Designed to nurture language skills through literature-based materials and activities. Parents assist their children in movements and actions while playing.
Students in grades 5–12 can compete by displaying knowledge in various categories including economics, civil rights, education, science and entertainment. $50 registration fee. Deadline Nov. 28. Competition on Mar. 24. 706-247-6777, firstname.lastname@example.org
Decorate (without carving) a pumpkin. Craft supplies provided. BYOPumpkin. Ages 11 & under.
Teen chess players of all skill levels can play matches and learn from members of the local Chess and Community Players, who will be on hand to assist players and help build skill levels. For ages 7–18. Registration required.
Songs, finger plays, wiggles and giggles for ages three and under. Caregivers will recieve pointers for building literacy and language skills.
Team trivia contests with house cash prizes every Monday night.
Win house cash and prizes! Every Monday night.
Beginner players welcome.
Test your general knowledge for prizes.
A horror RPG night.
RHYAL KNIGHT Athens-based, Muscle Shoals-born alternative indie-folk singer-songwriter.
DEAD FM Local alternative and punk-influenced band by way of Nashville.
UNIVERSE CONTEST Arty garage-rock group on tour from Lincoln, NE.
BRIAN REVELS Singer-songwriter from Atlanta.
BLIND PILOT Indie-folk band out of Portland, OR.
CHARLIE CUNNINGHAM Touring folk singer-songwriter from London.
B|_ANK Nashville-based experimental noise and percussion project.
JOHN KIRAN FERNANDES The local experimental musician and constant collaborator performs a solo set.
SAADIA RAIS Local experimental performer and choreographer.
LAMBDA CELCIUS Spinning a set of dance music.
MINGLEWOOD MONDAY Local artists pay tribute to the Grateful Dead.
(Lake Oconee Village, Greensboro) Sample food and drink from local restaurants. Live music by The Jake Bartley Band.
Bring in your clean clothing, shoes and accessories and leave with new ones in this non-gendered event. Left items will be donated to Project Safe and Habitat.
(Meet at the North entrance of the Hull Street Deck) Remove invasive species such as asiatic hawksbeard, perilla and Chinese yams. Closed toe shoes and long pants are strongly recommended.
Ming Vase presents the early gore classic Blood Feast.
Watch the Turkish phantasmagoric nightmare Baskin.
Leigh Anne Aaron will discuss techniques on water baths, canning, freezing, dring and fermenting.
The Federation of Neighborhoods hosts a non-partisan forum to introduce the public to the candidates running to fill the unexpired state representative terms in districts 117 and 119.
Learn how to become a volunteer for Girls Rock Athens.
The Athens Area Arts Council is seeking new board members to assist with organizing events, lectures, public art projects and more. Email for details. email@example.com, www.athensarts.org
"Create a Fresh lavender Wreath." Saturday, Oct. 21, 10 a.m. $45. "Breaking Down the Pig." Saturday, Oct. 21, 11 a.m. FREE! "Needle-felted Pumpkin Make & Take." Tuesday, Oct. 24, 5 p.m. $35. www.farmviewmarket.com