The Keep Athens-Clarke County Beautiful Litter Index is a simple survey for citizens to provide input on the litter they see in their community. Surveys accepted until July 16. www.athensclarkecounty.com/index.aspx?nid=4026
Bingo for ages 55 & up. Fourth Tuesday of every month.
General trivia hosted by Jacob and Wes.
Trivia hosted by Nic every Tuesday.
Westside and Eastside locations of Locos Grill and Pub feature trivia night every Tuesday.
Hosted by James Majure.
(2301 College Station Rd.) Every Tuesday.
Play test a game.
(Auditorium) Hear the candidates for Mayor of Athens-Clarke County weigh in on the issues affecting our community. The debate will be live-streamed and air on WUGA Friday at 1:30 and Sunday at 12:30.
Take a guided tour of the exhibit galleries of the Walter J. Brown Media Archives and Peabody Awards Collection, the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library and the Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies. Meet in the rotunda on the second floor.
Recycle old tax forms into origami art.
The executive session interviews candidates for various boards, authorities and commissions.
(Rose Hall, 150 Fritz Mar Lane) "Teaching Life Skills Through Stage Skills," June 11–22, Grades 1–12. $85–185. 706-340-9181, www.roseofathens.org
Watch a recent hit movie and snack on popcorn. Ages 11–18.
Attendees will share books, songs, puppets and rhymes. Ages 1.5–5.
Teens can learn the art of design from architecture to fashion. Ages 11–18.
(Room 258) Discuss works connected to the ongoing and upcoming exhibitions and programs at the library. Followed by gallery tours. May's selection is Brittle Innings by Michael Bishop.
(Room 277) This week's speakers are Dr. Michael Lynch and Dr. Anthony Madonna. Coffee and dessert provided.
(The Intersection, Tate II) Comedian Peterson Toscano will lead a discussion and casual luncheon ahead of his performance on Apr. 25.
(Room 352) Comedian Peterson Toscano will discuss storytelling techniques and how to reach audiences.
Meet author and gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams in celebration of her book Minority Leader: How to Lead From the Outside and Make Real Change.
The sale features hand-built sculpture and functional pottery by the UGA Ceramic Student Organization and faculty.
Renowned interior designer Juan Pablo Molyneux will give a lecture entitled "My Russian Rooms."
Par Tee Down will be a nine-hole, artist-designed miniature golf course. Contact to sponsor or design a hole in the course. firstname.lastname@example.org
A one-hour lesson is followed by a two-hour dancing session. No experience or partner necessary.
Paige French will teach a four-part course exploring weaving and fiber arts. All levels welcome. Thursdays, May 3–24, 6:30–8:30 p.m. $15. 706-542-8863, email@example.com
Watch the 1985 comedy classic Better Off Dead. Holy Crepe will be on site.
The blandest cop alive vows to exact revenge on a biker gang.
CHARLEY CROCKETT Blues and country artist based in Austin, TX playing music influenced by the Deep South.
NIKKI HILL Soul-drenched rock and roller from North Carolina.
LEAVING COUNTRIES Louis Phillip Pelot plays folk with Latin influences every Tuesday.
THE ORANGE CONSTANT Athens-based jam band with prog, pop and funk influences.
A.F.T.M. Local band started by a group of UGA students.
PARKER GISPERT Frontman for former Athens rock trio The Whigs performs a solo set.
DON CHAMBERS This longtime local favorite delves into pastoral folk and experimental rock with equal passion.
POSTMODERN JUKEBOX Collective founded by pianist Scott Bradlee that re-interprets modern pop music through a historical lens.
GOSH! Fuzzed-out psychedelic pop duo from Chicago.
JIM GOLDY Sarah Swillum's hallucinatory Dada-beat-pop performance features existential chants and dance.
DOMESTIC No info available.
JIM WILSON Local songwriter and musician (The TaxiCab Verses) performs.
VIC VARNEY Former Method Actors frontman credited with assisting the explosion of alternative rock in Athens.
Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Rhiannon Giddens performs.
Actors should prepare one 1-minute classical monologue. May 1, 6–9 p.m. 706-340-9181, firstname.lastname@example.org