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Various obstacle courses and activities for ages 10 months–4 years and their parents. Call to register.
THE FLYING BUFFALOS Ken Parris leads an all-star lineup playing their favorite classic tunes.
BASK Heavy, psych-tinged rock group from Asheville, NC.
HEMBREE & THE SATAN SISTERS Heavy rock group led by former Music Hates You member Zach Hembree.
BIGGER MOUNTAIN Athens-based hard-rock group.
TAFT MASHBURN Singer-songwriter from Austin, TX.
LYDIA SERA Local visual artist and musician.
DWIGHT WILSON & CLASSIC CITY SOUL Famous for Motown and R&B sound, this group offers soulful R&B.
REVEREND CONNER TRIBBLE Good old-fashioned rock and roll from Athens mainstay Tribble and his band.
TAUK Jammy, instrumental rock-fusion band from NYC.
FUNK YOU Augusta band playing high-energy, get-your-dancing-shoes-on jams.
VISION VIDEO Debut performance by this new local rock trio featuring members of Shehehe and Booty Boyz.
SPACE BROTHER Electronic- and hip-hop-influenced sounds from local musician Donald Whitehead.
JOHN KIRAN FERNANDES Local fixture performs a set of solo experimental music.
DJ MAHOGANY Popular local DJ spins freaky funk, sultry soul, righteous R&B and a whole lotta unexpected faves.
PLAY ON SIX Local jazz musicians play a grooving set of tunes.
LIVE JAZZ Rotating local jazz groups play every Friday and Saturday nights.
REDSTONE RAMBLERS Local blues-folk group led by songwriter Mark Wilmot.
THE NUDE PARTY Rootsy garage-rock band from New York via Boone, NC. See story on p. 10.
DAVID BARBE & INWARD DREAM EBB The Athens scene legend is backed by members of New Madrid.
CAROLINE AIKEN BAND Guitarist and singer Aiken's bluesy voice and masterful technique guarantee a hypnotic performance.
QUIG AND THE BOYS Local rock band playing old, new, blues and rock with a twist.
KURT LEE WHEELER Georgia singer-songwriter blending folk, alt-country and rock.
CHRIS HAMPTON BAND Local country and Southern rock band hosts a dance party, playing classic and new tunes.
GYPSY AT HEART Local collective that mixes Middle Eastern and Indian ragas with classical, jazz and folk.
The Little Sisters of Hoboken must put on a variety show fundraiser after an unfortunate accident. See Theater Notes on p. 14.
Athens Little Playhouse celebrates its 20th anniversary with a family-friendly production of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
(Cellar Theatre, Room 55) Alice Birch's experimental play is about revolutionizing the body, mind and spirt. Mature audiences only. See Theater Notes on p. 14.
Clarke Central High School's Central Players present an evening of one act plays including "Appropriate Audience Behavior" by Ian McWethy and "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson.
Shop among 100 species of native plants.
Nuçi's Space celebrates 18 years with refreshments, recognitions, a silent and live auction and live music.
The Ratio Podcast and Shadebeast present a live taping with Bask, Bigger Mountain and Hembree & the Satan Sisters. Door prizes.
Jackie Elsner will tell the tale of "The Dead Moon." See the historic 1810 log house, enjoy a small fire to roast marshmallows and hear other stories. Ages 13 & up.
'80S DANCE PARTY Dance to your favorite tunes from the 1980s.
SILENT DISCO Dance the night away with three channels of music. One of them is a request line!
DJ OSMOSE International touring DJ and Athens resident lays down an all-vinyl set of funk, soul, boogie and more.
Thousands of titles available. Fill a bag for $10 on Saturday.
A reading and taste test with Kelly Codling of Kelly's Jamaican Foods on Lumpkin Street. His new book, True Believer, is part memoir, part cookbook. See Calendar Pick on p. 20.
"Nic-vember" continues with a screening of The Wicker Man (2006).
Watch the 1935 classic.
Painters will be given an example of what to paint and a canvas.
Ellen Handy, an associate professor of art history at City College of New York, CUNY, will speak on "Soft Focus Ethnography and Vernacular Modernism."
Test your Princess Bride knowledge and paint a colorful sunset piece. Registration required.
UGA students can submit work that explains a STEM concept to a broader audience. Cash prizes for top placing submissions. Deadline Nov. 26. guides.libs.uga.edu/capturingscience
Bring in your used costumes before Oct. 12 and come back on Oct. 13, 11 a.m.–1 p.m. for a new-to-you one. 706-796-3950, www.athenslibrary.org/oconee