Described as having "the perfect balance between sophisticated writing and physicality," Regan is one of the chief comedians in the country, with a fan base that spans generations. See story on p. 10.
Celebrate the center's 45th year with homemade pies, a silent auction, live music from Pickled Holler and more. RSVP.
Celebrate Banned Books Week with blackout poetry.
Storytime and a craft. Ages 18 months–6 years.
Meet new people, try homebrewed beer and vote for the best in show. Reservations required.
(Boutier Winery & Inn, 4506 Hudson River Church Rd., Danielsville) Listen to live music by Karen Tucker and sip on wine sprizters.
Find out more about the National Alliance on Mental Illness' educational and support programs, empowerment opportunities and free resources.
Support Alzheimer's awareness with a silent auction and benefit concert featuring Abbey Road Live.
LEAVING COUNTRIES Louis Phillip Pelot plays solo sets of country-rock and acoustic Southern soul.
THE LUCKY JONES Local band playing old-school rockin' rhythm and blues.
BIG JAZZ BOY Local jazz outfit.
ABBEY ROAD LIVE Beloved local Beatles tribute band known for its attention to detail and musical proficiency.
SUNDAY SONGWRITERS REVIVAL A series hosted by Mark "Mojo" Wilmot. This week features Eric Carter and Daniel Hutchens of Bloodkin.
DAVID HYDE Multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter from Ball Ground.
See ceramic works by members of Southern Star Studio.
Avid Bookshop and The Expat present chef Cynthia Graubart in celebration of her cookbook Southern Supper: Simple, Delicious Menus.
Marriage and sex therapist Kate Morrissey Stahl will moderate a panel discussion on the themes of relationships in Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier, Twilight by Stephanie Meyer, Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James, The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks, Jane Eyre by Charlote Brontë and Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë.
Stephanie Astalos-Jones performs her one-woman comedy show, a 15 character "salute" to poetry open mics. Tiny Jazz Arkestra will play a mix of tunes.
(Cellar Theatre, Room 55) The drama follows the girls of Poor Prairie after they form a basketball team in Depression-era America.
The Circle Ensemble Theatre presents William Shakespeare's comedy.
Brightstone Productions presents a dinner and dessert theater. Food by Texas Roadhouse and desserts by local vendors. When Mortimer Brewster pays a visit to his two aunts, he has no idea the crazy night he's in for. See Theater Notes on p. 9.
First Baptist of Ivy Gap has caught fire. The plucky wife of the pastor gets together with her fellow church ladies to plan a fundraising showcase, in hopes of cheering folks up and rebuilding the sanctuary. See Theater Notes on p. 9.
Ciné celebrates the purchase of its building. Watch The Big Bad Fox & Other Tales. (1 p.m.), Schlock (3 p.m.), Saving Brinton (5:15 p.m.) and Thunder Road (8 p.m.).