Dogs of all kinds show off in categories like "Best Kisser," "Best Puppy Dog Eyes" and "Best Booty Wiggle." All registered participants will receive a free raffle ticket.
Have brunch and drinks, then play with some of the season's adoptable kittens. Guests are encouraged to bring a gift for the cats, like canned food, bottles, kitten formula and toys. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
THE SEGAR JAZZ AFFAIR WXAG radio DJ Dwain Segar curates a night of smooth jazz, featuring J. Henry.
NEW SOUTH SHOWCASE Host Caroline Aiken presents an evening of live music recorded for radio broadcast, featuring The Broken String Band, ESOEBO and Folk Kitty Rose and the Rattlers.
BLUE ROSES High-energy band playing a mix of Texas, Chicago and traditional blues and soul.
MICHAEL GUTHRIE Local singer-songwriter whose sound blends folk, jazz, pop, blues, flamenco, country and rock.
CLASSIC CITY MUSIC FESTIVAL The UGA Music Business Program presents an all-day lineup of music, featuring Underground Springhouse, Ashley Walls, The Family Recipe, Zac Chase, Phantom Vibrations, Jetpack Syndrome, Daniel Hardin, The Vinyl Suns, Misnomer and more. See Calendar Pick on p. 17.
The program, "Birds of a Feather," will feature familiar and new works celebrating the birds that enhance our gardens and landscapes.
Students perform a tribute dedicated to Ana Barbara Martins Cabral, a 17-year-old Brazilian exchange student who passed away earlier this month.
Learn about the materials and how to use them, including basic practice strokes, creating letters and your signature alphabet, connecting words and phrases, flourishes, addressing envelopes, using various inks, papers and nibs.
A short business meeting will be followed by a presentation from Bren McClain, author of One Good Mama Bone. Light reception to follow.
This event is for 7-12th grade students who want to learn more about college. Topics include living in dorms, the transition from home to campus, getting involved on campus, scholarships, balancing school and life, being a student athlete and more. Care packages will be given to all students who attend.
Play to win.
General trivia hosted by Solo Entertainment. House prizes and discounted tabs.
Monroe's community theater presents the timeless story based on Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel.
Shakespeare's Macbeth is adapted to the most recent recession. Presented by Town and Gown's Second Stage. See Theater Notes on p. 11.
Brightstone Productions presents a tale as old as time.
Roles are open to actors in high school through adults. A complete listing of all roles and requirements are available on the website. Auditions on Apr. 28, 1–3 p.m. Performances June 21–23. 706-202-1211, www.artsoglethorpe.org