Tuesday, May 29

21 events



  • Madison County Library, Danielsville

    1–3 p.m. FREE!

    Madison County Needlecrafters

    The Needlecrafters will be demonstrating how to knit, how to crochet and other crafty skills. All ages and skill levels are welcome.

  • State Botanical Garden of Georgia

    7–10 p.m. $4–6.

    Swing Dance Night

    A one-hour lesson is followed by a two-hour dancing session. No experience or partner necessary. 


  • UGA Special Collections Library

    2 p.m. FREE!

    Tuesday Tour at 2

    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.

  • 6–8 p.m. $8–15.

    Friday Wine Winedowns

    (J's Bottle Shop, 1452 Prince Ave.) Manilla Express will be at this Friday Wine Winedown to pair Filipino food with craft wine.

  • Avid Bookshop

    5 p.m. FREE (w/ purchase).

    Full Moon Tarot Readings

    (Five Points) Kristen Carter reads every full moon. 

Live Music

  • Cali 'N' Tito's Eastside

    11 a.m.–3 p.m. FREE!

    LEAVING COUNTRIES Louis Phillip Pelot plays folk with Latin influences every Tuesday.

  • The Foundry

    Terrapin Tuesday. 7 p.m. $5.

    RED OAK SOUTHERN STRING BAND This Watkinsville-based band plays rootsy Americana tunes.

  • Go Bar

    10 p.m. 706-546-5609

    HIP HOP SHOWCASE Featuring music from J Nolan, DK, Kid Arsenic, Lunar Gang, Alpha Baty and Rich Ruger.

  • Live Wire

    7 p.m. $6 (adv.), $8 (door).

    BRIGHTSIDE Pop-rock band from Tallahassee, FL.

    ALL THE REST Alternative rock group from Senoia.

    CLOUDLAND Young alt-rock band from Fayetteville.

    SWEETBAY Atlanta rock band with a raw, emotional sound.

  • Nowhere Bar

    10 p.m. 706-546-4742

    THREESOUND Jammy funk-rock band from Virginia.


Lectures & Lit


Ending Tuesday, May 29



  • Chase Park Warehouses

    WhirliGIG Creative Camps for Kids

    Activities include movement arts, 2D and 3D visual and applied arts, written and spoken word, nature explorations, mindfulness, music and sound play, improvisation and more. Five weekly camps offered May 29–June 28, 9 a.m.–1 p.m.