(Comer) The family-run glassblowing studio offers handmade glass items. Live demos until 3 p.m.
Geoff and Lisa Pickett offer a selection of all kinds of pots for the house and garden, as well as herbal soaps and skincare products.
Potter David Morgan has been creating functional stoneware for over 30 years. Shop for new works.
(Starlite Showroom, 750 W. Broad St.) Treehouse Kid & Craft's 10th annual market features the work of almost 20 vendors, as well as a child entrepreneurs selling masterpieces of their own.
Docents lead a tour of highlights from the permanent collection.
(Rose Creek Pottery, 1051 Rose Creek Dr., Watkinsville) Browse a new collection of wood and soda-fired work for sale. A large variety of pieces will be available, ranging from small items like ornaments and mugs to large statement pieces for your home or garden.
The 25th annual Juried Holiday Market features pottery, paintings, fiber art, stained and fused glass, jewelry, sculpture, photography, woodwork and more from 70 regional artists.
(1500 Tappan Spur Rd., Watkinsville) Featuring ceramics by Jorie Berman, Juana Gnecco, Jen Graff, Nancy Green, Ron Meyers, Ted Saupe, Minsoo Yuh and Sunkoo Yuh, plus drawings and red clay by Rich Panico and handpainted textiles and cards by Sara Parker.
Enjoy new works, food by Tim Dondero, sweets by Jane Yates and live music. Featuring pottery by Maria Dondero.
Shop works by Zuzka Vaclavik and Kyle Jones, two ceramicists behind Tile Juice, which specializes in custom made tiles for fireplaces, kitchens, bathrooms, etc.
"Sharing Our Vision" presents artwork by library staff members from around the region. Pieces include drawings, collages, photographs, fiber pieces, sculptures and more.
JOSEPH ALLRED Boston-based multi-instrumentalist drawing from folk and American Primitive traditions.
FRANK HURRICANE Experimental artist that describes his music as "spiritual mountain psych gangsta folk."
MADELINE POLITES Immaterial Possession member explores a variety of folk traditions.
THE GARDEN PORTAL POND BAND Acoustic guitar improv trio featuring members of The Electric Nature.
WINTER ROCKCITAL Young students from Full Moon School of Music show off their stuff.
JIM COOK Local solo performer playing acoustic blues, classic rock and Americana.
Mike Moak teaches lettering. Supplies are provided. Registration is required.
Play to win.
General trivia hosted by Solo Entertainment. House prizes and discounted tabs.
(Theatre) The selections of the program will be orchestrated by conductor Susan Dinwiddie, associate conductor Brad Maffett, assistant conductor Josh Bryan. The Symphony Chorus and author Terry Kay will also narrate his piece "To Whom the Angel Spoke."
Celebrate the holidays with lights. Activities include live music, animal encounters and photo opportunities in the zoo. Concessions will be available for purchase.
(Eskildsen Room) Member and retreat coordinator Vivian Sellers presents "The Mountain: A Place of Community" to share the history and programs of The Mountain Retreat and Learning Center near Highlands, NC.
The Town & Gown Players present the strange case of Dr. Jekyll, a crusading scientist, and Mr. Hyde, the monster he unwittingly unleashes, with this acclaimed gothic musical about the good and evil within us all.
Winder-Barrow Community Theatre's Children's PLAYhouse presents a story about a Christmas pageant in a small town. See Theater Notes on p. 10.
Read a book and participate in activities featuring sensory growth for the little ones. For caregivers and children ages 0–2. This week's book is Pop-Up Peekaboo! Baby Dinosaur.
Leo Mohr's show explores childhood dreams with unique anti-comedy, traditional Swiss music and plenty of trickery. See Story on p. 11.
An old-fashioned holiday event features treats, a photo booth and more.
See elaborate gingerbread houses in this second annual competition. This year's proceeds benefit the Young Urban Builders. A Gingerbread Jr. activity on Saturday morning will be held for children to decorate houses.
Bring your pet for a special portrait with Santa. Proceeds benefit the Athens Area Humane Society. Email to make an appointment.
This is an adaptive church service for anyone who finds conventional workshop difficult or uncomfortable, such as those on the autism spectrum, people with Alzheimer's or ADHD, or those sensitive to loud music or crowds.
Master distiller Justin Manglitz and executive chef Bethany Mosco present a five-course dinner, six different whiskeys and bluegrass music by the Hibbs Family Band.