KARAOKE Hosted by karaoke fanatic Dr. Fred and featuring a large assortment of pop, rock, indie and more. Every Thursday.
KARAOKE Hosted every Thursday by DJ Gregory.
OPEN MIC NIGHT Showcase your creative talent.
A preview night free for Oconee Library Friends Members only; those interested may join at the door. Over 75,000 books, all priced at $2 and under. CDs at $1, and DVDs at $3. Proceeds benefit the Oconee County Library.
The animal rescue organization will be onsite with kittens available for adoption. Come meet some critters ready to find their furever homes.
Mercedes-Benz of Athens presents a soirée to benefit workforce development programs at the Boys & Girls Club of Athens. Sample different wines, hear live music, snack on food from local vendors and bid on items in an auction.
Knitters of all levels are invited to have fun, share ideas and knit. Beginning knitters are encouraged to attend. Ages 16 & up.
This class introduces resources available when researching family history. Heritage Room staff will introduce the basics of genealogical research, available resources, and how to start a family tree project. All attendees will receive an information packet with resources.
Join Athens-area Democrats to watch the debate.
(1075 W. Broad St.) Get help fixing your bike from experts so you're safe to ride.
Meet at the bar for a round of trivia.
Classic City Trivia hosts Terrapin-sponsored trivia. Win house cash and prizes.
Hosted by Shelton Sellers from Classic City Trivia every Thursday.
AVERY DEAKINS Soulful local pop-rock singer-songwriter.
LEAVING COUNTRIES Local power trio playing country-rock and Southern soul.
CANNONANDTHEBOXES Up-and-coming local folk-rock group.
HOYAS New local jangle-pop band.
PARKER MCCOLLUM Country-folk singer-songwriter from Austin, TX.
RAY FULCHER Born and raised just outside of Augusta, Fulcher plays country music all over the Southeast.
TAYLOR HOLLINGSWORTH Alabama-based blues and folk singer-songwriter and Bright Eyes collaborator.
HOLLYWOOD HORSES Glammy power-pop group from Birmingham, AL.
TYLER JARVIS Indie-folk singer-songwriter from Atlanta.
RYLY Indie-pop artist from Nashville, TN.
ICE STATION ZEBRA Georgia-based jam band with improv chops.
STEVEN BAGWELL Solo folk sounds from the Heart of Pine frontman.
A seven week course helping develop young musical minds with songs, stories, games and dancing.
Create Lego art and enjoy Lego-based games. Blocks provided. For ages 8 and up.
Kids in kindergarten through fifth grade are invited to bring their homework questions and receive instruction from a retired elementary school teacher.
(Tuckston United Methodist Church) Learn what to do when faced with an active threat until law enforcement arrives.
(Ballroom Arts Dance Studio, 2 S. Main St., Watkinsville) Learn the fundamentals of salsa, bachata, merengue, West Coast Swing, shag, hustle and two-step.
(Shakti Yoga) Ruby Chandler leads 60-minute yoga workshops on meditation and inquiry, true north alignment, Baptiste Methodology and more. Begins Sept. 19, 7 p.m. $10/class. www.shaktiyogaathens.com
This is the tale of real-life father and daughter duo Ryan and Tatum O’Neal, who team up as slick con-artists Moses Pray and Addie Loggins in 1930s Kansas. Swindling their way through farm country, the pair is nearly done in by a burlesque dancer and an angry bootlegger.
A closer look at the new exhibit "The New South and the New Slavery: Convict Labor in Georgia." Registration required to attend.
The Grass Roots Art Writing Program is a series of four half-day workshops spread over the months of October and November that include "What Is Critical Art Writing?" (Oct. 19), "What Makes Good Art Critical Writing?" (Oct. 26), "Editing Before the Editor" (Nov. 9) and "Finessing an Artist Statement" (Nov. 16). Classes are held 10 a.m.–2 p.m. $10/class. Attendees who complete all four sessions will receive a $25 honorarium. Register online. www.athica.org
This two-part workshop covers the basics of pattern sewing. Students should bring their own pattern, thread and fabric. Ages 14 & up. Sept. 12 & 26, 4 p.m. FREE! 706-795-5597