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Yemen: A Journey to Arabia Felix presentation, 5 p.m. at Baker Center, Room 231. The OU Muslim Student Association will host its fifth presentation about Muslim diversity and the Middle East. Yemeni food will be available. Admission: Free.

Indian Tampura and Restorative Yoga, 5:30 p.m. at Bodhi Tree Guesthouse & Studio, 8950 Lavelle Road. The local yoga studio will host a spring-themed flow yoga class, accompanied by live music. Admission: Donation.

The Crooked Spines, Gaptooth Grin and The Sloanes, 9 p.m. at Casa Nueva, 6 W. State St. Three Athens-based bands will rock Casa Nueva: psychedelic rock four-piece The Crooked Spines, indie group Gaptooth Grin and grunge band The Sloanes. Admission: Free, food & drinks for sale.

Mobile Home with Mr. Phylzzz, 9 p.m. at The Union Bar & Grill, 18 W. Union St. Columbus-based band Mobile Home will bring its garage country music to The Union on Friday night. Mr. Phylzzz, a lo-fi rock duo, will open the show. Admission: $5.

Rockstead, Caution Step, Comisar and Mild Movements, 9 p.m. at The Ranch, 87 1/2 W. State St. Four musical acts will perform at The Ranch on Friday. The headliner, Rockstead, is a reggae-rock fusion band from Cincinnati. Athens-based group Caution Step and Cincinnati funk act Comisar will perform, plus electronic musician Mild Movements, the stage name of Tyler Blanck, an Ohio University senior studying music production. Admission: Free.

Relay For Life Glow Run 5K 11 p.m. at Walter Fieldhouse. Relay For Life of

Greater Athens will host its fifth Annual Glow Run 5K. The first 50 participants will receive free glow sticks, glow bracelets and glow necklaces. Registration opens at 10 p.m. at Walter Fieldhouse, and the race will take place on the bike path. Admission: $20 in advance, $25 day of.


Community SafeZone Training 9:30 a.m. at Athens Public Library, 30 Home St. The OU LGBT Center will host a three-hour workshop that will help attendees to better understand sexual and gender identities and to learn how to be an ally to LGBTQ people. Admission: Free.

9th Annual 5cacia, 10:30 a.m. at TailGreat Park. 5cacia, hosted by OU’s chapter of the Acacia social fraternity, is held to benefit pancreatic cancer research. Admission: $17 in advance, $20 day of.

Girl Scout Cookie Pairing, 2 p.m. at Devil’s Kettle Brewing, 97 Columbus Rd. Local craft microbrewery Devil’s Kettle Brewing will host a pairing event Saturday. Attendees will receive five kinds of Girl Scout cookies and five corresponding beers. Admission: food and drink for sale.

Nowruz, 6 p.m. at Walter Rotunda. The OU Iranian Students Society will host a celebration of Nowruz, the Persian New Year. The night is set to be filled with Persian food, music and cultural learning. Admission: $10.

3rd Annual White and Blue Ball, 7 p.m. at the Ohio University Inn, 331 Richland Ave. OU’s chapter of Tau Beta Sigma, the co-educational music service sorority, will host the event, which features live dancing, jazz music, appetizers and a silent auction. Admission: $17, $30 for a couple.

Black Sheep Improv Alumni Show, 8 p.m. at Galbreath Chapel. Local comedy group Black Sheep Improv will host a comedy show featuring alumni of the group. Admission: Free.

The Picardy Thirds, 8 p.m. at Donkey Coffee & Espresso, 17 1/2 W. Washington St. An a capella group, The Picardy Thirds, will perform at Donkey Coffee & Espresso on Saturday night. Admission: $3.

Bummers, Speaking Suns and The Bozniak, 9 p.m. at The Union Bar & Grill, 18 W. Union St. Columbus-based alternative band Bummers will rock out at The Union on Saturday. Joining the group will be joined by dream pop five-piece Speaking Suns and one-man rock act The Bozniak. Admission: $5.


Kids Day at Little Fish, 2 p.m. at Little Fish Brewing Company, 8675 Armitage Road. Kite and paper airplane building, bird watching, nature walks and free juice and ginger ale will all be offered to kids at Little Fish Brewing Company on Sunday afternoon. The Cajun Clucker food truck will be present if the kids — or parents — get hungry. Admission: Free.

Stop Barking Training Session 2 p.m. at Friendly Paws Pet Supplies & Grooming, 940 E. State St. Owners of ill-behaved pooches: want to learn why dogs bark at squirrels, other dogs, fire truck sirens or just plain nothing? Wonder no more. JoAnna Sidote, an animal trainer with over 20 years of experience and an OU alumna, will teach dog families why dogs bark and how to prevent it when it becomes a nuisance. Admission: Free.


A previous version of this article incorrectly stated when an event will take place. The article has been updated to show the correct information.