Bring your lunch and sing along to a family movie on the big screen.
The annual "Visions of MLK Art Exhibition" is a collaborative effort. This year's theme is "Beloved Community." The Saturday Celebration features live performances, food, guest speakers and activities.
The gallery's annual members' showcase features sculpture, painting, photgoraphy and more.
Relax and read with the company of therapy dogs.
Build Lego creations.
Enjoy a story and learn some simple yoga poses. Attendees are asked to bring their own yoga mat or beach towel; a few will be available to borrow. Children under age 10 must be accompanied by an adult caregiver.
Visit a book petting zoo and meet this year's nominees of the Georgia Children's Picture Book Award. For ages 6–11 and their caregivers.
GOLD DUST BAND Four-piece cover band playing rock, country and oldies.
ROCK N ROLL CIRCUS Featuring performances by The Plague, Forbidden Waves, The Honey Sliders, The Grawks, The VG Minus, Kompromat, Donkey Punch and Nuclear Tourism. See Calendar Pick on p. 16.
DUCI Self-produced, indie-psychedelic night-rocking tunes.
ADJUST THE SAILS "Two sad dudes making some rad tunes" from Maryland.
TIMOTHY EXIT Atlanta musician "somewhere between the Velvet Underground and Kraftwerk."
BATTLE OF THE BANDS Bands representing local high schools will include Ad Blanco, Cheese Dream, Perlin Noise, Swowce, EMFEB and Fishbug.
TURKUAZ Playing instrumental funk and a wide mix of genres from power-pop to R&B.
NEAL FRANCIS Funk and soul singer-songwriter from Chicago.
CICADA RHYTHM Captivating Athens duo playing melodic, roots-influenced folk-rock.
THE HIGH DIVERS Twangy four-piece that plays rebellious Southern music.
GEORGIA DISH BOYS Raucous and rootsy local rock group fronted by songwriter Seth Martin.
HAMELL ON TRIAL New York-based musician Ed Hamell performs politically minded, folk-tinged punk.
JACK EVAN JOHNSON Nashville singer-songwriter blending "honky tonk twang and back alley punch."
TERMINALLY PHIL New project from Athens musician Phillip Brantley.
FIVE YEARS OF LIVE WIRE Featuring music from The Grateful Brothers, Harvey Funk & Walker, Heart of Pine, Moon Chief, Valerie Raye and more.
HEART OF PINE Roots-rocking local four-piece.
THE PINX Heavy, hard-swaggering rock band from Atlanta.
SILVER TONGUE DEVILS Bluesy glam-rock act from Greenville, SC.
JIM COOK Wailing slide guitar, gritty vocals and swamp stomp with this local bluesman.
HIP HOP DON'T STOP Featuring performances by Big Lo, Trvy, Seline Haze and Kxng Blanco. Hosted by Mon2.
SILENT DISCO Dance the night away to two different channels of music.
DJS WARDADDY & TWIN POWERS Spinning the best indie hits of the '80s through the '20s.
(Administration Building) A monthly dance presented by Athens Folk Music & Dance Society with music by Mick Kinney and Evan Kinney and live calling by Janet Shepherd. No partner or experience necessary.
Shop local and surrounding food and market vendors weekly on Saturdays through Mar. 14. All ages welcome.
Attorneys offer free consultations in all areas of the law. Bring any important documents with you. Presented by Athens Access to Justice.
(1059B Baxter St.)Enjoy yoga, Nia, Yamuna Body Rolling and Ageless Grace classes with a celebration and snacks to follow.
Participants are invited to bring flowers and make their own 10.5″ x 20″ assembled wood board. Advanced registration is required. A “BLOOM” stencil will be provided, but if another word is preferred, please make note of it during registration.
The venue celebrates its fifth anniversary with live music and BBQ. Proceeds benefit Nuci's Space.
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Attendees can enjoy haiku books and journals, discussions on related forms, sharing of work and gentle suggestions on how to sharpen their poems. Every third Saturday. Ages 14 and up.
Celebrate local middle grades author Mez Blume and her new book, Katie Watson & the Caged Canary. English-themed snacks will be served.
KARAOKE Hosted by RC Cowboy.
The Food Bank of Northeast Georgia is seeking artists to decorate and paint bowls for the annual Empty Bowl Luncheon event on Mar. 18 at the Classic Center. Bowls of soup are sold as a fundraiser. Painting sessions will be held Jan. 14 from 10 a.m.–3 p.m. and Jan. 18 from 9 a.m.–12 p.m. RSVP. firstname.lastname@example.org