(Register for Meeting Address) Learn the interesting history of University Drive and its marvelous collection of 20th century homes from long-time resident Lucy Rowland.
(Begins on Washington St.) The half marathon course runs past major city landmarks and historic neighborhoods to finish at Sanford Stadium.
Attendees will learn about the intersection of poverty and racism and how to tackle the systems, policies and practices that keep people trapped in poverty. Before the event, guests draw tickets at random that assign them to a high, middle or low-income level based on current poverty statistics and will be served a meal corresponding to their assigned level.
Come out and enjoy spooky snacks, beer, wine, games and prizes! Costumes are encouraged.
Beginning readers read aloud to a certified therapy dog.
A short business meeting will be followed by a presentation from Bren McClain, author of One Good Mama Bone. Light reception to follow.
Play to win.
General trivia hosted by Solo Entertainment. House prizes and discounted tabs.
PAUL NELSON SEPTET Jazz group playing original tunes and favorite standards.
On Stage Walton presents Steel Magnolias, the beloved comedy-drama that explores the humor and strength of Southern women in times of crisis.
(Cellar Theatre) UGA alumnus Steve Yockey's Niagara Falls is a surreal comedy in which newlyweds must face pressing marital issues. See Theater Notes on p. 12.
Town and Gown Players presents monologues from Alan Bennett's award-winning BBC Television series. See Theater Notes on p. 12.
Things get strange at the possibly haunted Ye Olde Wayside Inn.
Dr. G. Wayne Clough, Secretary Emeritus of the Smithsonian Institute and President Emeritus of Georgia Tech, discusses his new book, Things New and Strange: A Southerner’s Journey through the Smithsonian Collections. The discussion will be moderated by Dr. Charles Knapp, President Emeritus of UGA. A reception and book signing will follow.
A double feature of Giacomo Puccini's thriller Il Tabarro and Warren Martin's comedy The True Story of Cinderella. Il Tabarro tells the story of a lover's triangle and a murder most foul while Cinderella is the timeless story we all know and love—with a twist. The Sunday matineé features a Cinderella-only option for families with small children.
A spooky comedy special full of monsters, mysteries, murder and more.
Come out for the closing of "Jason Thrasher | Uncovered Perspectives: India 21 Years Later." Thrasher will talk about his work, India and life in general. Attendees are also invited to enjoy some warm chai tea in celebration of Diwali, the Indian Festival of Lights.
Beth Thompson celebrates the release of Portals: At the Intersection of Landscape and Self, a photography book and deck of cards, with an exhibition showing several of the images. See Calendar Pick on p. 20.