THE LUCKY JONES Local band playing old-school rockin' rhythm and blues.
KANA KIEHM Singer-songwriter playing "conscious roots music."
MICHAEL GUTHRIE Local singer-songwriter whose sound is a melding of folk, jazz, pop, blues, flamenco, country and rock.
DAVID LOCOCO JAZZ QUARTET Local group performs classic jazz standards in the styles of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and more.
(Begins on Hancock Ave.) The course runs past major city landmarks with a finish line on Jackson St. Live bands play every mile.
The final day of the Fringe Festival features Feelings Are Real, Nettie Stardust: "Metroid Mayhem," Cynthia Rintye: "Tales of the Macabre," Betty Hoop: "Spinny Scandal," Peaches N. Cream: "Julia Child's Late Night Cabaret Cooking Show (4 p.m.); "Art Trail Walk and CCFF Afterparty" with U.S. Nero, Tomato Jake, Lypsis the Angel, Nettie Stardust (6–10 p.m.); Johnson & Browder Productions: "What The Woolf Wore." See Story on p. 15.
Festivities include a petting zoo with barnyard animals, sheep shearing, milking, tractor demonstration, face painting and games.
(Faith Presbyterian Church, Watkinsville) Games, prizes, hot dogs, refreshments, a cake walk, photo booth, live music and more. Costumes encouraged.
Celebrate WUOG 90.5 FM's 45th anniversary with brunch and exhibition of historical artifacts pertaining to the station.
(Theater) The Festival includes performances by the Athens Ukulele Philharmonic and other ukulele groups and soloists. Participants can bring a ukulele and play along.
Hear some of Verdi's greatest compositions and well-known choruses from "Aida," "II Trovatore," Nabucco" and "La Traviata."
Local author Terry Kay will speak at the Friends of the Madison County Library meeting.
All are welcome to join in.
CornholeATH is Athens' first social cornhole league.
Storyteller Andy Offutt Irwin will tell stories at the general meeting.
Rubber Soul's clowns perform a family-friendly show.
Join the Grossery Gang to play with food, make spitballs, play with bugs and more. Ages 12–14.
Town & Gown Players present a stroy of love, loss and faith. After a tragic accident, Adam (Dustin Ahkuoi) must reach out to his partner's family and friends to reconcile the one thing they could not.
Wednesday Addams has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family. Everything changes for the whole Addams Family when they host a dinner for Wednesday's "normal" boyfriend and his parents.
The documentary looks at the persecution of Latina lesbians wrongly accused to rape. A Q&A with film subject Anna Vasquez will follow the screening.
Tina Marie teaches milongero style tango. Sundays, Oct. 22–Nov. 19, 2–4 p.m. $100. www.tinamarietango.com