A Certificate in Native Plants elective course, students learn to propagate native wildflowers and shrubs by seeds, cuttings and division. Models for inexpensive grow-light systems and a propagation timeline will be provided to ensure that seedlings are ready to be transplanted outdoors in early spring.
Learn how to access e-books and audiobooks with "RBDigital."
The show features the best in American antiques and accessories, including furniture, pottery, art, silver, textiles and more. Lectures on Saturday and Sunday will be offered at 9 a.m.
Participate in a guided meditation session in the galleries. Meet in the lobby.
Baked goods for sale by Sweetie Pie by Savie. The UGA Salsa Club offers a beginner salsa lesson followed by a social dance. Proceeds benefit Project Safe.
UGA's Fashion Design Student Association presents their spring fashion show. A portion of proceeds will benefit U-Lead.
Thousands of books will be available for bargain prices, as will books on tape, CDs, VHS tapes and records. Proceeds benefit the Madison County Library. Through Mar. 10. $1–2 (most items). www.athenslibrary.org/madison
Now registering for the spring season. Registration ends Mar. 15 at midnight. To play, create or join a team visit www.gokickball.com/athens
The Athens Area Humane Society offers a low-cost clinic the first Saturday of each month, 1–4 p.m. Services include vaccines, deworming, microchipping, nail trimming, flea treatments and more. No appointment necessary. 706-769-9155
Learn to play new games.
(Auditorium) Meet local teen author Willie Craddick Jr. in celebration of his second book They Counted Us Out.
OAK HOUSE Melodic and complex post-rock group from Athens and Atlanta.
PALACE DOCTOR Dynamic rock trio fronted by local singer-songwriter Phillip Brantley.
CURT CASTLE Atlanta indie-rock band led by Semicircle's Andrew McFarland.
WHOM? Local artist "layering heavy bass frequencies and hip hop to create a truly unique musical experience."
NEW PARLIAMENT Athens-based jam band influenced by Neil Young, Widespread Panic, Led Zeppelin and more.
KING ISRAEL Athens-based alternative blues-rock band.
MORGAN WALLEN Tennessee-based country artist and contestant on season six of "The Voice."
RAY FULCHER Born and raised just outside of Augusta, Fulcher plays country music all over the Southeast.
THE INDIGO GIRLS Legendary and timeless singer-songwriter duo of Amy Ray and Emily Saliers.
SHADE Dissonant, groove-oriented local post-punk band.
LAVENDER HOLYFIELD Athens-based experimental pop project.
KARAOKE Atlanta-based indie-pop band.
IMMATERIAL POSSESSION Darkly tinged local underground-pop project.
SIDE HUSTLE DJ David Osborne performs with his high-energy party band.
LIVE MUSIC Rotating local jazz and bluegrass bands play every Friday and Saturday night.
THE SHUT-UPS Five-piece new-wave power-pop band from Atlanta and Athens. Album release show!
YALLWEH Psych-rock band featuring members of Hot Fudge, Marshmallow Coast and Dark Meat.
STUNTDOUBLE A reunion show from these formerly local rockers.
THE DICTATORTOTS Longtime local chaos-cultivators trash the night with post-grunge grooves.
FUNKY BLUESTER Atlanta-based blues outfit inspired by traditional Chicago and Texas styles.
KATIE MARTIN Singer-songwriter with a unique blend of blues, folk and soul.
Mr. Will provides writing prompts and journals to spark creativity. Ages 11–18.
Read The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick and watch the movie. Books available at the circulation desk.
The special storytime features books by black authors. Ages 0–7.
The Oconee County Schools Youth Art Month Exhibition highlights over 250 young artists, grades K–12. Youth Art Month emphasizes the value of art education for children and encourages public support.
Painters will be given an example of what to paint and their own canvas to create their work of art. Themes will incorporate Black History Month and Valentine's Day. Ages 5 & up.
A ribbon cutting ceremony and reception celebrate the new Harold Rittenberry Jr. Sculpture Garden. See Calendar Pick on p. 20.
(Cellar Theatre) The lives of an average couple are upended by the arrival of mysterious new neighbors in their Detroit suburb. See Theater Notes on p. 14.
Journey "under the sea" with Ariel and her aquatic friends in an adaptation of Disney's Broadway prodution.
Rose of Athens Theatre presents Cinderella, adapted by playwright Forest Cloud and with original music from local composer and musician Daniela M. Monroe.
Author Bob Roger's one-act play is about the first African American graduate of West Point, Lt. Henry O. Flipper.
The CORE Contemporary and Aerial Dance Company will explore themes about boundaries with aerial silks, slings, lyra and bungee.
(Craig Gum Photography Studio, 160 Winston Dr., Suite 10) "Shootout at Oconee Brewery." Apr. 21, 3 p.m. $20–25. email@example.com, www.meetup.com/athens-ga-photography-meetup
(The UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic) The clinic is offering free screenings for adults and children ages 3 & up. Feb. 23, 9 a.m.–12 p.m. 706-542-4598, www.coe.uga.edu/csdclinic