Participate in a 5K. Proceeds benefit the Athens Canine Rescue.
Linda Davis and Meriwether Rhodes will lead a tour of the historic Brooklyn Cmetery.
Costumed dogs and their humans will walk through the Boulevard neighborhood. The parade begins at Chase Street and Dubose Avenue and ends at the Jittery Joe's Roaster. Post-parade festivities include live music by Conner Tribble, a pet photo booth, food trucks and kid activities. See story on p. 15.
Formerly called the Fall Wine Fest, Stein & Stem is an annual event featuring wine tastings, craft beers from local breweries, gourmet food, art and live music by The Randall Bramblett Band.
Take a tour of the StoryCorps Mobile Recording Booth.
Find a gently-used children's costume. Tickets from donating a costume for swap admission 10 a.m.–1 p.m.
Hear survivors share their stories and enjoy free food, entertainment and prizes.
BLACKNERDNINJA POP-UP SHOP Local MC Blacknerdninja presents an evening of hip-hop and soul performances.
IMMATERIAL POSSESSION Darkly tinged local underground-pop project.
GHOSTFLOWER Post-punk and art-rock band from Miami.
PICKXEN Playful Americana group from Atlanta.
CAVE Chicago-based psychedelic rock/drone band on Drag City Records. See Calendar Pick on p. 20.
SHADE Dissonant, groove-oriented local post-punk band fronted by guitarist Phelan LaVelle.
MQQEEN New local band featuring members of Shade and Fart Jar.
Decorate (without carving) a pumpkin. Craft supplies provided. BYOPumpkin. Ages 11 & under.
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.
Who is Lenny Davis? is a work in progress by Avery Bufkin and part of the Circle Ensemble Theatre Company's Second Sundays New Play Reading Series. A staged reading will be followed by a critical discussion. See Theater Notes on p. 14.
The documentary explores what it means to grow up American and undocumented. A panel discussion with two featured characters, Also and Alejandro, will follow. Donations to U-Lead Athens Scholarship Fund are encouraged.
The Athens Jewish Film Festival presents a screening of Harmonia, a contemporary film of the Abraham, Sara and Hagar story, followed by an Abrahamic religious panel.
Watch the 1935 classic.
(No. 3 Railroad St., Arnoldsville) Taught by Abner Cope. A one or two week class beginning Oct. 14. abnercopegallery.com