KARAOKE Hosted by karaoke fanatic Dr. Fred and featuring a large assortment of pop, rock, indie and more.
Join a sing-a-long. Limited supply of rhythm instruments available. For children of all ages and their guardians.
Participants are invited to sing and dance with puppets and stories.
(Nimbl) Ages 6–12 can have access to 1400 swuare feet of space to dance and move, sit and color, or play games.
WHISPER KISS Acoustic-pop project featuring Michael Wegner, Shelley Lotus and Karen Bergmann.
THE SPOOKIE MOON Local project inspired by '60s psychedelic folk and pop.
DAD'S DAY OFF Psychedelic surf-rock group from St. Augustine, FL.
ACHY Glammy, lo-fi art-rock band from Tennessee.
THE PIERRES Alt-rock group from Athens.
THE BACUPS Fun-loving local cover band.
HISS GOLDEN MESSENGER North Carolina's M.C. Taylor plays laid-back folk-rock with hints of Wilco and The Grateful Dead. See Calendar Pick on p. 16.
ANNA ST. LOUIS L.A.-based indie-rock singer-songwriter.
THICK PAINT Indie-pop group led by Reptar frontman Graham Ulicny.
REALISTIC PILLOW Local beat-based experimental one-man band.
SARAH SWILLUM Local artist playing hallucinatory beat-pop featuring existential chants and dance.
CHRIS HAMPTON BAND Local variety cover band plays classic and new tunes.
GETAWAY COMPANY Four-piece local band inspired by '90s and 2000s alt-rock.
BIG BAND ATHENS Local group playing swing and jazz standards.
(This event has been canceled.) Meet at the bar for a round of trivia.
Classic City Trivia hosts Terrapin-sponsored trivia. Win house cash and prizes.
(Prince Ave.) Meet author Lonnie T. Brown Jr. and discuss his book Defending the Public's Enemy: The Life and Legacy of Ramsey Clark.
(This event has been canceled.) This facilitated book club serves adults of all abilities and will be reading out loud and discussing book of the month Dog Stories by James Herriot.
(1075 W. Broad St) Learn how to repair your bike with tools and advice from experts.
This documentary film, directed by longtime Athens residents Kathy Prescott and Grady Thrasher, examines the evolution of the personality of Athens as a community over the past six decades, as experienced and told by 90 Athenians from differing viewpoints. This film is presented in conjunction with "Our Town and Beyond: Works by Early Members of the Athens Art Association." See Calendar Pick on p. 16.
"Spotlight 2019" features prints by Columbus-based artist Elizabeth McFalls and paintings by Maggie Davis and Jeanne Ann Davidson. See Art Notes on p. 15.
Ten-year-old Mary returns to England, leaving the only home she's ever known in India, as an orphaned survivor of the cholera pandemc. Her hermit uncle's secluded estate is filled with grief, but Mary's discovery of her late aunt's garden changes everything. Presented by the Town & Gown Players. See Calendar Pick on p. 16.
The library partners with Georgia Public Broadcasting for a 30-minute preview of the soon-to-be-released six-hour PBS documentary Chasing the Moon. Following the film, retired NASA engineer Randy Avera will provide an insider's view of NASA and the quest to land on the moon.
Pachinko Pop Cinema presents girl gang versus yakuza action in this Japanese film from 1971.
Spend the afternoon with Star-Lord and his space pals.
The UGA Salsa Club hosts a Latin Night featuring a beginner's class and dancing to raise funds for U-Lead.
Harm Reduction Abstinence Moderation Support is a peer-led and information group for anyone who wants to change their drinking habits for the better. Mondays through July 22, 6–7:30 p.m. FREE! email@example.com