General trivia hosted by Jacob and Wes.
Westside and Eastside locations of Locos Grill and Pub feature trivia night every Tuesday.
Hosted by James Majure.
(2301 College Station Road) Every Tuesday.
Classic City Trivia hosts Terrapin-sponsored trivia. Win house cash and prizes.
Test your trivia knowledge.
Play to win. Every Tuesday.
Skaters interested in waging war on wheels with the Classic City Rollergirls can attend boot camp. Saturdays at 9–11:30 a.m. & Mondays at 6–9 p.m. through Oct. 28. firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Bear Hollow Zoo) Ages 18 months–6 years are invited for a morning of animals, crafts and stories. Children must be chaperoned and registration is required.
Create a vision board using pictures and words to communicate your goals and dreams. Supplies will be provided. Grades 6-12.
Dungeons and Dragons for all experience levels.
Discover beautiful works of art from the Terry Collection and experiment with different kinds of paint and paintbrushes. For families with children ages 18 months to three years.
Let your little one discover the wild world of Hard Labor Creek. Explore different animals and the surrounding woodlands with hands-on play, art, math and creativity. This Tuesday, Scout the Gopher is a special guest at Camp Oh No! teaching about outdoor ethics.
(Downtown Watkinsville, hill beside Oconee State Bank) Watkinsville's Junior American Citizens will lead the Constitution Day program accompanied by a musical performance, symbolic bell ringing and cannon firing.
Discover a variety of vendors selling everything from sweets, jewelry, Jamaican food, flavored vinegar, loose leaf teas, vegan cupcakes and more. A portion of proceeds help support the Culinary Kitchen of Athens, a shared commercial kitchen to help small local businesses. Every Tuesday.
Adults can join in on the celebration of International Dot Day. The library will provide various materials to create unique works of art.
A Spy in the Desert is the latest Welcome to Night Vale live show bringing the audience into the performance as a completely stand-alone story that can be enjoyed by long-time fans and newcomers alike.
Meet Mokah Johnson, who is running for State House.
Learn how to eat right, get active and reduce stress with the support of others with the same goal and the guidance of a lifestyle coach and Certified Diabetes Educator. Call to reserve your spot.
(Ballroom Arts Dance Studio, 2 S. Main St., Watkinsville) Improve your dancing appearance by studying proper arm styling, weight movement, expression and more.
(Ballroom Arts Dance Studio, 2 S. Main St., Watkinsville) Improve your dancing appearance by studying proper arm styling, weight movement, expression and more. This course will focus on Latin walks, leg action and contra body movements.
(Timothy Road; Register for Address) Join Kelli McConnell for a six-week intro to Tarot. Topics include major arcana, suits, court cards, spreads, numerology and more. Sliding scale $10–20/class. Email to register. email@example.com
A closer look at the new exhibit "The New South and the New Slavery: Convict Labor in Georgia." Registration required to attend.
Adults can join in on the celebration of International Dot Day. Various materials will be used to create unique works of art.
ANNIE LEETH Local experimental violinist and multi-instrumentalist composer.
JOHN KIRAN FERNANDES Local musician playing ambient looped clarinet inspired by birdsong and Brian Eno.
HIMALAYAN POOL PARTY Four-piece rock band from Auburn, AL.
RYAN MOORE Athens-based guitarist and indie-folk singer-songwriter.
ATRIA Macon-based folk project with a warm, ethereal sound.
TUFTS Local folk project led by songwriter Lydia Sera.
NINA GARBUS Atlanta-based experimental pop artist.
THESE WILD PLAINS Rocking Americana act from Boston, MA.
ELF POWER Longtime fixture on the Athens scene playing crisp, melodic psych-pop.
STILL, SMALL VOICE AND THE JOYFUL NOISE Long-running local rock band led by songwriter Chip McKenzie.