Reading aloud to a dog creates a relaxed, non-judgmental environment that helps kids develop their reading skills and builds confidence. Register for a 15-minutes session. Grades K-5.
The Orchestra will perform Mahler's Symphony No. 2.
THE LUCKY JONES Local band playing old-school rockin' rhythm and blues.
COYOTE ANYWAY Athens/Atlanta-based roots quartet.
THE ROYAL TURNS North Georgia-based indie-rock band.
CLASSICAL REVOLUTION UGA School of Music graduates and students play works by Dvorak, Ligeti, Bach and more.
JORDYN PEPPER Nashville-based singer-songwriter with a folky country sound.
NEW SOUTH SHOWCASE A public radio program taped before a live audience. This month features The Common People Band and LaChandra Burgess. See story on p. 13.
(Indie South, 470 Hawthorne Ave.) Browse vintage, handmade goods and records. See Calendar Pick on p. 20.
Dr. Arvin Scott leads a community drumming event. Everyone is encouraged to bring a drum, a cowbell, or a shaker and join the festive drumming. Proceeds benefit Drumming for Success.
Terrapin and Athens Land Trust hosts a weekly market with local produce and food vendors.
(Cherokee Corner Church, US Hwy 78, Arnoldsville) Ice cream will be served during an introduction to Quakerism.
Meet the artists of "Women of Watercolor." Light refreshments provided.
Mike Moak teaches lettering. Supplies are provided. Registration is required.
The Southern-fried farce highlights a day in the life of th eWilburn family and the Reel 'Em Inn fishing lodge.
No partner needed. All levels welcome.