TROMBLEY BAY Southern rock band from Atlanta.
TRIBUTE NIGHT Local bands pay tribute to the music of Alice in Chains, No Doubt and Red Hot Chili Peppers.
LEAVING COUNTRIES Louis Phillip Pelot plays solo sets of country-rock and acoustic Southern soul.
MITCHELL POWERS Member of local folk-rock band The Powers performs solo.
CANNONANDTHEBOXES Up-and-coming local folk-rock group.
JAMESON TANK Local guitarist and singer-songwriter.
HUNTER MORRIS & BLUE BLOOD Melodic local psychedelic pop project.
T. HARDY MORRIS Local singer-songwriter and guitarist plays twangy, reflective folk-rock.
KINCHAFOONEE COWBOYS Long-running country band from South Georgia.
JON LANGSTON Georgia-based country songwriter influenced by Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, Guns N' Roses, Staind and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
EKALI Eclectic sounds from electronic producer Nathan Shaw.
CLOUD RECORDINGS FESTIVAL A three-day showcase of exploratory music. Night two features Michael Potter, Ariel Ackerly, Naan Violence, Severe Blush, Other Voices, Other Rooms, Immaterial Possession and The New Sound of Numbers. See story on p. 10.
OUTLAW COUNTRY MUSIC IN THE ROUND Featuring music from Holman Autry Band, Todd Cowart, Josh Bricker and Britt Helton and Steven Bagwell.
RAELYN NELSON BAND Up-and-coming country-rock group from Nashville, TN.
ANDREA & MUD Georgia-based country and psychobilly duo.
PETUNIA & THE VIPERS Eclectic roots-rock group from Vancouver, BC.
FIVE EIGHT Legendary Athens band known for its boisterous, thoughtful rock and roll.
CHRIS HAMPTON BAND Local variety cover band hosts a dance party, playing classic and new tunes.
The night includes a meet-and-greet with Uga X and Hairy Dawg, book signings with over a dozen alumni authors and a pop-up shop with artist Melissa Mahoney.
Come out for free rapid testing for HIV, PrEP referrals and gifts like t-shirts and various other swag. Dec. 3, 11 a.m.–6 p.m. (Russell Hall on UGA Campus), Dec. 5, 11 a.m.–4 p.m. (Athens Neighborhood Health, College Ave.), Dec. 7, 11 a.m.–6 p.m. (Hallmark Community)
In collaboration with the GDOT and ACC Land Management, Keep Athens-Clarke County Beautiful is raising funds to purchase daffodil bulbs and crepe myrtles to beautify Athens Loop 10. $100 = 500 bulbs, $250 = 1,250 bulbs (or 2 trees), $500 = 2,500 bulbs (or 4 trees), $1,000 = 5,000 bulbs (or 8 trees). Dec. 3. www.gagives.org/kaccbinvestinbeauty
Participate in a guided meditation session in the galleries. Meet in the lobby.
(Second Floor Rotunda) Join curator Jason Hasty each Friday before a UGA home game for a closer look at the exhibit "Beautiful and Brutal: Georgia Bulldog Football, 2017." Visitors will have a chance to share memories and get hands-on with a selection of historic materials from the UGA Athletic Association archives.
(Kempt, 175 N Lumpkin St.) Load up on holiday gifts and the newest winter styles. Everything in the store will be on sale from 25–50% off. Snacks and drinks will be provided with DJ Ejipped spinning '80s throwbacks all day.
Fly Fishing North Georgia and the Oconee River Chapter of Trout Unlimited present a film about fly fishing and live music by Hunter Morris, Blue Blood and T. Hardy Morris. Proceeds benefit a stream restoration project.
The UGA Symphony Orchestra, as well as the combined choirs of Glee Clubs, University Chorus and Hodgson Singers, perform a selection of classical holiday favorites.
Enjoy electric wiring and circuitry at the library with snap circuits toys. Ages 8 and up.
Bring a blanket and enjoy stories, songs and instruments with Mr. Evan. Weather permitting. Ages 2–5.
Girls and gender fluid persons ages 10–17 are invited to learn the ropes of roller derby.
The Teen Services staff will bring a homemade Thanksgiving dinner and serve it to attendees. Free registration is required. Sign up at the Teen Services desk before Nov. 20. For grades 6–12 only.
Grades 6–12 are invited to an after-hours lock-in. Enjoy board games, cooking, an escape room, movies and more. Registration is required.
(J's Bottle Shop) A “petit-soirée” where attendees will taste an array of wines and learn what to pair them with at their holiday table.
K–6th graders are invited to learn trapeze, participate in movement arts and crafts and explore the studio. Register online. Dec. 30–Jan. 3, 9 a.m.–12 p.m. $175. www.canopystudio.org
Join the brewery for a movie every Friday night.
This workshop aims to help identify biases about art, creativity, money, business and value, and is designed to engage creatives, local businesses and community members. Light refreshments and a reception to follow.
Saddle up for a showdown at Buckskin Gulch. This physical comedy is everything you'd hope to find in a Western: gunfights, betrayal, romance, adventure, revenge, murder and more.
"Marci's Mountain Mystery Tour." Nov. 22, 9:30 a.m.–6 p.m. $15–22.50. All programs depart and return to Rocksprings Park. www.accgov.com/leisure