The program will feature guitar soloist Philip Snyder.
Chasing Portraits follows director and producer Elizabeth Rynecki's attempts at finding the lost artwork of Moshe Rynecki, a prolific Warsaw-based artist who was murdered at Majdanek during the Holocaust. Elizabeth will offer a Q&A after the screening.
WILD PONIES Alt-country outfit from Nashville.
RYAN HUTCHENS Folk and bluegrass singer-songwriter from South Carolina.
Take a tour of the cemetery that was established in 1856. Topics include the explanation of meanings behind various carvings, symbols and icons and other funerary art. Part of the Athens Heritage Walks walking tour series.
Veterans from the county and surrounding areas are invited for light snacks. The public can drop by with cards or make one at the library.
Col. Lawrence Saul presents "Eye Deep in Hell: The USA in WWI." Bill Cosgrove presents "Sergeant Alvin C. York: American Hero from the Meuse-Argonne Battle."
(4190 Price Mill, Bishop) Festivities include hayrides, pony rides, bovine bingo, games, a petting zoo and barbeque.
The pop-up will feature Willaby's current collection as well as homewares and accessories from local makers.
The opening reception for "Town & Country" features work by Mallory Moye and Cassie Wright inspired by the animals at Sweet Olive Sanctuary Farm. A portion of sales will be donated to support Sweet Olive Farm.
A one-stop shop for handcrafted seasonal decor, unique wreathes and one-of-a-kind gifts.
Elizabeth Rynecki will sign copies of Chasing Portraits: A Great-Granddaughter's Quest for Her Lost Art Legacy.
Local and regional historians conduct a Veterans Day symposium. Lectures include an overview, local history and a keynote presentation discussing the war from a Southern perspective.
OPEN JAM Bring an instrument and jam at the final installation of this monthlong event. All ages and skill levels welcome.
(Room 200) A psychiatrist is puzzled why a seemingly well-adjusted boy would commit the crime of blinding six horses.
Encore Productions presents the Arthur Miller post-war set drama.
Play to win.
See Dr. Maurice Snook's amazing model railroad trains in action.
WUGA presents the StoryCorps mobile recording booth. Through Nov. 11. Make a reservation at wuga.org, storycorps.org or call 1-800-850-4406
OCAF offers a one-stop shopping experience for locally made, handcrafted seasonal goods like wreaths, garlands, table settings, ornaments and more. Nov. 9–11. www.ocaf.com