(Reese & Pope Park) Just like a yard sale, but everything is free. Bring what you can, take what you need. Free lunch prepared by Food Not Bombs. Second Saturday of every month.
Shop among 100 species of native plants.
(Tanger Outlet Center, Commerce) Proceeds benefit "Monies for Mammos: Northridge Medical Center Imaging Fund."
Shop for fresh and affordable produce and prepared foods. The market also includes kids activities, cooking demonstrations, educational booths and entertainment. This week is Juneteenth and features guest speakers, poets, live performances and more.
WhiteOak Art & Design and More hosts Brian James, a local psychic intuitive, lecturer and 24-year student of multiple aspects of metaphysics. He will provide spiritual consultations and Tarot card readings every weekend in October.
The South East Women Wrestlers performance at Jittery Joe's Roaster followed by poetry, a shadow puppet show and live music at Go Bar. See Calendar Pick on p. 14.
Families are invited to listen to a story about nature. Staff will then bring it to life by visiting a critter or going outdoors for an activity.
Make cards for local firefighters, then meet and greet some.
Watch a YA film. Popcorn will be provided.
Young writers can share their written work, even homework. Grades 6–12.
Participants will build a scarecrow, learn to square dance and make fall crafts. Country clothes and barn animal costumes are encouraged. Ages 4–8.
Find out what salamanders live in town and what habitat conditions they need to survive and thrive. Don't wear insect repellants around these fragile creatures.
Tommy Wiseau's misguided cult masterpiece.
Watch Sexual Parasite, a Japanese film that follows five teenagers into an abandoned house in the jungle. This movie was picked by Gonzoriffic's Andrew Shearer.
CLASSIC CITY JUKEBOX Local all-star rock and roll cover band.
DREAM CULTURE Eclectic local psychedelic rock group.
KILROY KOBRA Jammy, Atlanta-based art-rock group.
THE WELDONS New local rock band.
DONNY KNOTTSVILLE Local hip-hop artist combines modern and traditional rap styles.
SMOKEDOG This local band plays noisy, burned-out experimental rock and roll.
LOVESONGS Athens-based experimental band with jazz, electronic and metal influences.
KAE'EL Georgia artist creating dance-centric hip-hop and R&B.
CONOR OBERST Singer-songwriter from Omaha, NE known for his work with indie-folk mainstay Bright Eyes.
TIM KASHER Known for fronting indie icons Cursive, Kasher is now touring solo.
FRANCES QUINLAN The leader of indie-rock upstart Hop Along performs solo.
THE ORIGINAL SPLITZ BAND This band's wide range encompasses classic Motown, funk, disco and both old-school and contemporary R&B.
RACHEL O'NEAL Local Athens solo folk artist.
NEEDTOBREATHE Popular Charleston, SC Christian rock trio with a soulful, Southern-inspired sound.
THE BRUMMIES Worldwide-touring country group known for the hit single "Be My Girl."
CHILLITH FAIR Featuring music from L'Or, O Key, Blue Bodies, Nihilist Cheerleader, Natural Velvet and Crunchy. See Calendar Pick on p. 14.
LIVE MUSIC Rotating local jazz and bluegrass bands play every Friday and Saturday night.
KALIKO Long-running Athens rapper with a rapid-fire delivery. Album release show!
CAULFIELD High-energy local garage-rap band.
SQUALLE Athens-based hip-hop artist with a thoughtful, throwback sound.
NATE & THE NIGHTMARES Trashy garage-punk act fronted by local songwriter Nate Mitchell.
THE SHUT-UPS Five-piece new-wave power-pop band from Atlanta and Athens.
HOT FUDGE Local psych-rock project helmed by guitar wizard Kris Deason.
UNIVERSAL TIE DYE A collaboration between local bands Universal Sigh and Mister Tie Dye.
THE MOORE BROTHERS Athens-based acoustic Americana duo.
Bring your sketchbook and drawing materials to join other artists for clothed figure drawing. Participants take turns drawing each other for 20-minute poses.
Spend the morning relaxing with the therapeutic practice of coloring.
SILENT DISCO Dance the night away with wireless headphones and three channels of music. The first hour is free!
BOOTY BOYZ DJs Immuzikation, Twin Powers and Z-Dog spin dance hits into the night.
DJ L.A. DARIUS spins the hottest dance records, with a mix of dance, top 40, hip hop, Latin and dancehall beats.
"Intro to Word."
Dr. Lesley Feracho and Dr. Nicolas Lucero from UGA will lead a discussion on some of their favorite Hispanic and Latinx authors, followed by a reception. Part of Hispanic Heritage Month.
(Room 217) Dr. David Bloome will speak about incorporating ethnography and inquiry into classrooms. The lecture is designed for teachers but anyone interested is welcome to attend. Coffee and bagels will be served.