Zumba fever continues.
(Bishop) See a spectacular display of thousands of hellebores (Lenten Roses) in full bloom. Explore the privately owned botanical garden begun by a former UGA botany professor. The garden features camellias, Japanese maples, conifers, perennials, bulbs, natives, wildflowers and unusual garden specimens.
Southeastern Mineral Specimens presents its fourth annual show featuring vendors selling minerals, gems, jewelry, rocks and fossils from across the globe.
(Alzheimer's Association) A three-session educational program for people living in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease and their care partners. Please call for registration and location details.
(Normal School of Wine at J's Bottle Shop) Explore and taste wines made by women from around the world.
Make a beaded vase for spring blooms. Adults only. Registration required.
AD·VERSE FEST A two-day festival curated by AC Carter, with solo and duo acts spanning a variety of musical, visual and performing arts. Featuring John Kiran Fernandes, Josey, Diatom Deli, Bacon Grease and Wizard Apprentice. See Art Notes on p. 20.
AD·VERSE FEST A two-day festival curated by AC Carter, with solo and duo acts spanning a variety of musical, visual and performing arts. Featuring Breathers, Stacian, Bustié, Thank You Please, and Mischa Lively and Mannequin Lover. See Art Notes on p. 20.
THE VG MINUS '70s-styled power-pop/punk band from Athens.
FORBIDDEN WAVES Surfy local garage-rock combo.
ROCKET RACER No info available.
THE RED CLAY STRAYS Country-rock band from rural South Alabama.
MANNEQUIN PARTY Three-piece local Americana band.
THE FICTIVE FOUR Experimental jazz quartet led by seasoned saxophonist Larry Ochs (Nels Cline Trio). See Calendar Pick on p. 33.
CRAIG WATERS & THE FLOOD Local blues guitarist and songwriter.
FIVE EIGHT Legendary Athens band known for its boisterous, thoughtful rock and roll.
THESE CROWDED STREETS Atlanta-based group playing the music of Dave Matthews Band, as well as other '90s artists.
Chris Hampton Band
Participate in a guided meditation session through Zoom. Every other Friday at 9:30 a.m. www.georgiamuseum.org
Learn the basics of using Microsoft Excel, including formatting your spreadsheet, data entry and automated formulas. Laptops provided. Registration required.
Sign up for classes in Jodo, the traditional Japanese art of the staff and sword. Visit website for full class schedule. $95/month. www.liveoakmartialarts.com
Join the brewery for a movie every Friday night.
KARAOKE Hosted by Cowboy Anglin, featuring live guitar performances by RC Cowboy between singers. (Other musicians are also invited to play along.)
Steve Martin and Edie Brickell's bluegrass musical is based on a true story about a wild Appalachian girl who becomes a well-to-do magazine editor.
The Berlin Philharmonic Piano Quartet presents a program featuring the Georgia debut of the "Piano Quartet," composed by four-time Oscar nominee Danny Elfman. The concert will also feature Brahms’ "Piano Quartet No. 1" and Frank Bridge’s "Phantasy Quartet."
Enjoy a special sculpture exhibit of Geechee/Gullah heads by artist Elizabeth Collins. Wine and appetizers will be served, with music by Grammy Award-winning group Ranky Tanky accompanying the event.
The Classic Center Cultural Foundation is currently accepting applications from high school students for its performing arts scholarship program. Visit website for application, eligibility requirements and audition information. Deadline Mar. 6. www.classiccenter.com/scholarships