Beginning readers read aloud to certified therapy dogs.
The fall concert "FIre and Water" features works that display the hunger of fire, the playfulness of fireflies and the tranquility of water.
Canopy Studio's repertory company presents an aerial dance exploration of natural magick. Live music by Claire Campbell.
THE LUCKY JONES Local band playing old-school rockin' rhythm and blues.
PICKIN' FOR PEACE Benefit for the Georgia Conflict Center featuring John Dunn & The Jazzman Band and Ralph Roddenbery & Frenzy.
CLASSICAL REVOLUTION UGA School of Music graduates and students play works by Dvorak, Ligeti, Bach and more.
NATHAN SHEPPARD Talented local singer-songwriter with a '70s pop style.
THE MOONBEES Folk and indie-rock band from Richmond, VA.
NERVESHATTER Heavy, noisy rock band from New York.
MANDIBLE RIDER Heavy rock and roll duo from New York.
DEAD VIBES ENSEMBLE Two-piece local sludge-metal band.
(Begins on Washington St.) The half marathon course runs past major city landmarks and historic neighborhoods to finish at Sanford Stadium. See story on p. 11.
Featuring live music by Ralph Roddenbery and Frenzy, plus a silent auction. Proceeds benefit the Georgia Conflict Center.
(Lakeview Street) Take a tour of the neighborhood next to the former Southern Manufacturing Company textile mill, which was built in 1902. The area developed with mill houses for the company's workers. The old mill buildings are being redeveloped, and the once industrial area is undergoing a renaissance.
Food trucks, music, cake and class photos.
Performances by RedSand Theatre and In Sonitus Lux. See story on p. 14.
Watch the documentary Man Made about the transgender male bodybuilding world with filmmaker T. Cooper.
Athens Little Playhouse celebrates its 20th anniversary with a family-friendly production of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
A career-driven wife, her less-than-attentive husband in a mid-life crisis, and her Southern belle from hell assistant collide in this family-friendly, rollicking romp by Jones, Hope and Wooten.
The Athens Historical Society presents "A Story Untold: Black Men and Women in Athens History—The 40th Anniversary" with Michael Thurmond.
Artist in Residence Tomie Seo will speak on her experience of leading an interactive installation where participating visitors were encouraged to draw a favorite memory, dream or object to contribute.
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