The Indian Cultural Exchange presents an evening of dance, comedic skits and performances. This year's theme is based on a famous episode of "The Fresh of Bel-Air" with a connection to “Papaoutai,” a French song describing a young boy’s longing for a deeper relationship with his father.
The third annual Mindfulness Fair offers free instruction in meditation to the community. Features include a drumming circle, tai chi, yoga and more. The fair closes with a talk by Coleman Barks. See Calendar Pick on p. 12.
Shop local and surrounding food and market vendors weekly on Saturdays through Mar. 14. All ages welcome.
Enjoy fire-building with a variety of materials, methods and demonstrations of dutch oven cooking. Sample a variety of foods from roasted weenies to s'mores.
Enjoy a weekend supporting diverse performing, visual and culinary arts programs and scholarships for upcoming art students. Activities include enjoy food tastings, wine tastings, raffles and more. Proceeds benefit the The Classic Center Cultural Foundation. See Calendar Pick on p. 12.
Take care of your furry friend by getting them vaccinated and spayed or neutered. No appointment necessary. All animals must be on a leash or in a kennel.
Beginners are invited to a computer class covering how to navigate and perform basic functions around Windows 10. Laptops provided, registration required.
Create, carve and hand print your own fantastic design on a set of 12 cards with Taylor DiFonzo. All supplies included. No experience necessary.
Pottery studio features work by Maria Dondero, Jennifer Heynen, Chona Reyes Leathers, Regina Mandell, Allya Macdonald, Leyla Genculu, Kerry Steinberg, Alex Wilkins, Carter Gillies and Brandon Bishop.
(Howard's) See a collection of paintings by Jenna Gribbon. See Art Notes on p. 10.
Enjoy a reception for artist Becky Kolsrud's solo exhibition, "New Paintings." See Art Notes on p. 10.
Enjoy an opening reception for an exhibit showcasing the most recent works by members of Modern Athens Quilts. Light refreshments will be served. See Art Notes on p. 10.
Check out the "2020 ATHICA Members' Showcase" and enjoy live music by Long Green (George Davidson and Joe Rowe) and projection art by Lauren Fancher. See Art Notes on p. 10.
Step into Elmo's world with a special birthday celebration followed by activity sheets, birthday crowns and stickers to take home!
Celebrate man's best friend with dog books, a puppy mask craft and the Great Dog Show Parade. Ages 3–8 and their caregiver.
LONG GREEN Jazz-influenced local duo of George Davidson on saxophone and Joe Rowe on bass.
TRIBUTE NIGHT Featuring the music of Rush (Permanent Waves), Yes (Great Wide Nothing) and The Who (Behind Who's Eyes).
TINSLEY ELLIS Seasoned blues-rock singer and guitarist from Atlanta. Album release show!
CAROLINE AIKEN This guitarist and singer's bluesy voice and masterful technique guarantee a hypnotic performance.
COUNTRY MUSIC SONGWRITERS IN THE ROUND Featuring Betsy Franck, Holman Autry, Fester Hagood and Todd Cowart playing originals, plus a tribute to Johnny Cash.
DYRTY BYRDS Four-piece classic rock band from Colorado.
(Bertelsmann Presentation Hall) A cast and crew of over 30 seventh and eighth graders present three short Sherlock Holmes mysteries: The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor, The Milverton Adventure and The Disappearance of Adam.
(This event has been canceled.) Join host Zack Hayes for an evening with local and Atlanta-based comedians.
This two-day symposium features presentations on Georgia portraiture, colonial Georgia silver, Masonic symbolism in Georgia, porcelain decoration, historic preservation on the UGA campus and more.