This year's storytellers include Kevin Kling, Kim Weitkamp, Rev. Robert Jones and Andy Offut Irwin.
(Room 250) Ingie Hovland presents "What is a Christian Woman?"
The museum's quarterly open house features "Ask the Experts," door prizes, refreshments and more.
Paul Barolsky of UVA speaks on "Art, Love and Marriage in the Italian Renaissance."
This program will allow beginners the opportunity to spend after-hours getting acquainted with the basics of genealogy research. Research materials, volunteers to help and refreshments will be provided. Registration required.
UGA alumnus, faculty and students present ideas worth sharing. This year's theme is "Amplify."
Participate in a guided meditation session in the galleries. Meet in the lobby.
The 21st annual tree climbing competition features a family fun climb, BBQ dinner and food trucks.
(University Nursing and Rehabilitation, 180 Epps Bridge Rd.) On the spot interviews will be conducted for full-time CNAs, LPNs and RNs. Must have valid IDs and certification/license cards. Refreshments will be served.
An evening of drag performances. A percentage of the proceeds will benefit The Boybutante AIDS Foundation, Inc.
The Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation hosts a party for the Athens chapter of Inherit Georgia, a partnership between the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation and the Athens Historical Society. See City Dope on p. 4.
This is an opportunity for community members to voice concerns, ideas and expectations to police leadership and allow Police Chief Cleveland Spruill to share and refine his vision for the ACCPD.
The Oconee Youth Playhouse presents a musical comedy about 13-year-old Edwina Spoonapple and her friends from Paw-Paw, MI. See Theater Notes on p. 9.
UGA Theatre presents a tale of three men and how they handle what life throws at them. See Theater Notes on p. 9.
The Thalian Blackfriars and Moonlight Theater Company present a story about the glue that holds friendships together.
Retelling of the classic musical comedy with a few fun twists.
Staged performance of the award-winning book by Claudia Rankine. See Theater Notes on p. 9.
Watch How to Train Your Dragon and discuss the book by Cressida Cowell.
An after-school movie and snacks. Grades 6-12.
MONSOON Beloved local pop-punk band that dabbles in rockabilly and new wave.
WIEUCA Local band playing cheeky, guitar-driven indie rock.
NUCLEAR TOURISM Local college-rock band playing surf-punk originals.
STEAL YOUR BASS NIGHT Featuring electronic music from local producers.
LEAVING COUNTRIES Louis Phillip Pelot plays solo sets of country-rock and acoustic Southern soul.
FIVE EIGHT Legendary Athens band known for its boisterous, thoughtful rock and roll.
DIEALPS! Long-running indie-rock band from Tampa, FL.
ANTLERED AUNT LORD Fuzz-pop project fronted by local songwriter Jesse Stinnard.
JOBE FORTNER Nashville-based country singer-songwriter originally from Monroe.
DREW PARKER Georgia-born, Nashville-based country singer-songwriter.
JORDAN ROWE Country singer-songwriter from South Georgia.
JOHN HART Nashville-based singer-songwriter with rock, folk and blues influences.
GUSTAF Self-proclaimed "psychedelic art punks" from Brooklyn, NY.
PECAS Brooklyn indie band with a deep, dreamy sound.
BEN RECTOR Best-selling pop pianist and singer-songwriter from Nashville, TN.
JOSIE DUNNE Nashville-based pop singer-songwriter.
SAINT SYZYGY Experimental solo project of Kwazymoto frontman Ian Hemerlein. Tape release show!
BOBBY KID Jacksonville musician playing "sad songs you cant help but dance to."
CAMP GREEN LAKE Emo-inspired "post-dad-rock" group from Florida.
TELEMARKET Athens-based punk- and indie-influenced rock group.
THE ROCK*A*TEENS Canonical indie-rock band born from Atlanta's Cabbagetown neighborhood. See story on p. 12.
THE LANES Long-running, Athens-based power-pop group led by brothers Kevin and Matt Lane.
COUNTERSPELL New local band led by songwriter Jake Mosely.
Watch Space Jam on the big screen.
(Instructional Plaza N-106) Improv Athens UGA presents a night of comedy.
Local comedians perform.
SILENT DISCO Dance the night away to three different channels of music.
DJ ZELIUM Athens-based DJ and composer spins a deep house and techno dance party with video projections.
Self-published and independent authors can register for booths at the library's third annual Indie Author Day, which will be held Apr. 6, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. The event includes an author expo, panel discussion with local writers and a lecture by Bob Babcock, founder of Deeds Publishing. Deadline Mar. 22. www.athenslibrary.org/athens/news/indie-author-day