THE LUCKY JONES Rockin' rhythm and blues from this local band. Every Sunday!
CHRIS WATTS "Deep South Americana" artist from Nashville.
SHOAL CREEK STRANGLERS Local traditional roots-folk duo.
LEEANN PEPPERS Local singer-songwriter playing sparse, evocative folk music.
THE SEGAR JAZZ AFFAIR WXAG radio DJ Dwain Segar curates a night of smooth jazz, featuring Madoca & Company.
MICHAEL MANN Singer of local rock band Radiolucent performs a solo set.
KLEZMER LOCAL 42 Local seven-piece klezmer band specializing in Jewish and gypsy music and featuring Dan Horowitz of Five Eight.
DAVID LOCOCO JAZZ QUARTET Local group performs classic jazz standards in the styles of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and more.
JIM COOK High-energy solo blues performer with strong vocals, slide guitar and "swamp stomp."
The documentary tells the story of Moina Belle Michael, the Poppy Lady. DeLois Gainey will discuss Michael's legacy and how the DAR continues to support veterans.
The documentary follows American women who are transitioning from soldier to civilian. Screening followed by discussion. Discounted tickets for veterans.
The Symphony kicks off their 2017/2018 season and celebrates 40 years.
Canopy's Repertory Company presents a Southern Gothic-style show built around the music of Don Chambers. See story on p. 18.
Kate Malone, a Health Plan Navigator will be on hand to help attendees sign up for insurance.
(1800 Crescent Lane) The Hill is an enclave of several historic homes that were saved from demolition and moved to this site. Part of the Athens Heritage Walks walking tour series.
(Lotta Mae's Supply Co.) See how local makers and Lotta Mae's set the table for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Chanukah and a kids' table by Treehouse. Followed by a community potluck.
(CHaRM) Bring an item in need of repair like bicycles, toys, clothing/textiles, computers, small furniture, electronics and small appliances, and staff will help you fix the item.
Learn lettering with Mike Moak. Registration required.
Try your hand at painting minis.
Meet and greet Sue Grilli and Maribeth Schmeltzer.
The Tony Award-winning musical follows the lives of an aspiring novelist and a wannabe starlet in 1920s Berlin. See Theater Notes on p. 21.
The musical is adapted from the popular film about a boy named Ralphie who wants a BB gun for Christmas.
A Southern infused re-telling of Charles Dickens' classic Christmas story.
(Prince Ave.) Mark Z. Danielewski celebrates his latest volume in The Familiar series, Redwood.
Celebrate the release of Jason Thrasher's music photography book, Athens Potluck. Several of the included musicians will read short stories from the book. Part of UGA's Spotlight on the Arts.
Proceeds support the Sandy Creek Nature Center, Inc., a non-profit organization which supports the SCNC in promoting environmental education and preservation. Pick-up Nov. 10–12. Order forms are available at the Nature Center, by mail or online. 706-613-3615, ext. 235, firstname.lastname@example.org
(Let It Be Yoga Studio, 100 Barnett Shoals Rd.) This four-hour self-defense class incorporates lectures and scenario based exercises. Tactics include self-defense spray, kubaton and grappling release. Nov. 12, 12:30–4:30 p.m. $75. www.protectivereach.com
Belk Gives offers free screenings to women age 40 and over who have not had a mammogram in the past year and have a primary care physician. Nov. 12, 12 p.m.–6 p.m. 855-655-2662, www.belk.com/pink