The 55-memeber group performs Mozart's "Requiem" and Dan Forrest's "Lux: The Dawn from on High." See Pub Notes on p. 26.
The program "Metamorphoses" will be preceded by a panel discussion at 4 p.m. See Calendar Pick on p. 16.
A bike parade is followed by a family-friendly concert and free ice cream.
The annual Snake Day where experts will be on hand to answer questions and fascinate you with snake facts. Activities will include animal interaction, crafts, games and food from local vendors.
Come for tea and cookies, games, stories and crafts in the spirit of the Fancy Nancy children’s book series by Jane O’Connor. Dress up if you want!
Celebrate the start of Summer Reading with games, crafts, an astronaut-themed photo booth and live music by Maggie Hunter, a petting zoo, drone demonstrations, and a puppet show by David Stephens of All Hands Productions.
Explore murals by women artists of the New Deal era. After finding inspiration from the murals, head to the classroom to make your own mural to take home.
(Athens Forest Kindergarten, Winterville) Play in the mud and support nature-based early childhood education. Frog Stomp Art Studio will lead activities, and the event also includes music by Allegro, food and a raffle.
KARAOKE Hosted by karaoke fanatic Dr. Fred and featuring a large assortment of pop, rock, indie and more.
The market hosts around 45 vendors, children's activities, live music and cooking demos. All produce is grown locally, sustainably and by those who are selling it.
WBFM offers a wide-variety of fresh and locally-sourced produce, hot food, handmade crafts, and other functional goods as well as entertainment, activities, and educational workshops. The WBFM is an inclusive space for cross-cultural and inter-generational engagement.
(Hard Labor Creek State Park, Rutledge) See demonstrations and displays in quilts, spinning wool, clay, campfire cooking, blacksmithing and more.
Coloring sheets and pencils will be provided for participants to drop in, color and relax.
(Maxeys Community Center) Join other runners for the inaugural Maxeys in May walk/run. Proceeds will benefit the Maxeys Firefly Trail Fund.
A monthly dance presented by Athens Folk Music & Dance Society with live music by Mick Kinney and Tim Cape and calling by Stuart Whipple.
Enjoy an evening in the garden to support the Town & Gown Players.
The Junior League of Athens celebrates the 50th anniversary of its renovation of the historic Taylor-Grady House with tea service, plus a floral demonstration by James Farmer, author, interior designer and speaker. Proceeds benefit community literacy programs and service projects of the Junior League.
BLIND DELTA WOLF Local band playing "dangerous rock and roll."
ATHENS FARMERS MARKET Featuring music from Mark Plemmons (8 a.m.) and The Chastains (10 a.m.).
GEORGIA DISH BOYS Raucous and rootsy local rock group fronted by songwriter Seth Martin.
TYLER KEY Local indie-folk singer-songwriter with a canny lyrical style. Album release show!
JACK EVAN JOHNSON Las Vegas singer-songwriter blending "honky tonk twang and back alley punch."
TODD MCBRIDE Local roots-rock singer-songwriter known for fronting Dashboard Saviors.
SEA BRAIN Experimental music from North Carolina songwriter Benjamin Joseph Clancy.
ANNIE LEETH Local violinist and multi-instrumentalist composer.
ATHENS BUSINESS ROCKS A fundraising event for Nuçi’s Space that challenges local businesses to showcase the talents of their employees by forming bands to compete against other businesses.
STEVE ERWIN Long-running, Maine-based folk singer-songwriter.
REPENT AT LEISURE Celtic pub band playing "Irish rock," including traditional, punk, modern and original Celtic music.
LEAVING COUNTRIES Louis Phillip Pelot plays solo sets of country-rock and acoustic Southern soul.
TIM EASTON Acclaimed singer-songwriter with a story-based folk style.
DON CHAMBERS Longtime local favorite who delves into pastoral folk and experimental rock with equal passion.
DAVE MARR Local singer-songwriter and bandleader with a deep, resonant country twang.
RC COWBOY Local performer playing country and gospel standards and originals.
HUGHES TAYLOR BAND Energetic blues and classic rock outfit from Macon.
CONNOR BYERS Young local singer-songwriter blending rock, pop and hip hop. Album release show!
BOOTY BOYZ DJs Immuzikation, Twin Powers and Z-Dog spin fresh jams and old-school favorites.
SILENT DISCO Dance the night away to two different channels of music.
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.
SUMMER OF '99 A rewind to the summer of '99, with K-Shockl & Oral B, Mutt Nutts, XB, DJ 43, D:RC and more.
This documentary, Below Baldwin, by Joe Lavine showcases a community’s persistent efforts to connect to its past, and to win recognition and redress – for both past and present injustices.
HEAR is a partnership between Ciné, Family Counseling Service of Athens, Inc. (FCS) and Nuçi’s Space to raise awareness and de-stigmatize mental illness by screening relevant mental wellness-related videos and films for the Athens community. FCS will provide post-screening Q&A sessions with licensed mental health professionals who specialize in addressing the issues depicted in each film. See Calendar Pick on p. 21.
Courtney McCracken leads a crash course to get you ready to start your first project, be it a flyer, an invitation, T-shirts for your organization, or fine art prints. Materials provided.
(Prince Ave.) Avid Bookshop presents Joey Weiser for his newest book, Ghost Hog.
Owens has performed comedy all over the Southeast and opened for Greg Behrendt, Ryan Singer, Erin Foley, Chad Daniels, Brian Moote and David Perdue. Owens hosts a podcast on Forth District called Forth and Ten.
Godkhindi performs comedy throughout the Southeast and has been a resident at the Laughing Skull and featured at Punchline Atlanta, Zanies Nashville and the Georgia Theater.
(Broad River Camp Ground, Highway 79) The Broad River Watershed Association hosts a canoe float to view the rare shoal lily along the lower section of the Broad River.
The CCRG Bad News B's compete against Peach State Roller Derby, then the CCRG All-Stars compete against Appalachian Roller Derby.