PICKIN' FOR PEACE Benefit for the Georgia Conflict Center featuring the Glenn Phillips Band, Klezmer Local 42 and Maggie Mason Hunter and Tommy Jordan. See story on p. 11.
CLASSICAL REVOLUTION UGA School of Music graduates and students play works by Dvorak, Ligeti, Bach and more.
DAVID LOCOCO JAZZ QUARTET Local group performs classic jazz standards in the styles of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and more.
JIM COOK Local solo performer playing acoustic blues, classic rock and Americana.
BOB BUCKO JR. Multi-instrumentalist experimental musician from Dubuque, IA.
JACOB SUNDERLIN Local musician who incorporates elements of noise, folk, ambient and drone. Album release show!
SEAN MCDONALD'S VISITING HOUR Another iteration of weirdness from the man behind Heat Sureens and MMM Sound.
MICHAEL POTTER Local guitarist creates a blend of ambient folk and psychedelic songs and soundscapes.
Beginning readers read aloud to certified therapy dogs.
Rubber Soul's clowns perform a family-friendly show.
The program "Classical Epicenter: Mozart 1787" covers three of Mozart's most optimistic chamber works.
All are welcome to join in.
125 costumed dogs and their handlers will walk through the Boulevard neighborhood. The parade ends at Jittery Joe's Roaster, and post-parade festivities include live music by Conner Tribble, a pet photo booth and kid activities. See Story on p. 9.
Formerly called the Fall Wine Fest, Stein & Stem is an annual event featuring wine tastings, craft beers from local breweries, gourmet food from area restaurants, artist demnostrations and live music by The Original Screw Tops.
Cause + Effect, a progressive film competition and festival hosted by Alliance for a Better Georgia, is seeking short films focused on social, political, environmental or economic issues facing Georgia. Winners receive a $1000 prize. Submissions accepted through Oct. 15. Winners will be screened at Ciné. FREE! www.causeandeffectfilm.org
Help organize the Georgia Conflict Center's annual fundraiser, Pickin' for Peace, which will be held on Oct. 15. 706-389-5912, www.gaconflict.org