April Clothing Swaps at noon at the Schoonover Center. Thread Magazine is hosting its weekly clothing swap throughout April at the lobby of Schoonover Center and the top of Baker Center. Pay $1 to swap old clothing or $2 to shop for new clothes.
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Patty Mitchell founded Passion Works in 1998, and this year, Mitchell will be returning to the studio as Passion Works’ executive director to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
The scent of traditional, foreign homemade food brought together Athens residents, Ohio University students and visiting moms this weekend.
The concept of “holding space” for someone means that a person is willing to walk alongside another person on their journey without judgement.
Weekender Briefs: 8th World Music and Dance Concert to feature diverse performances; celebrate the 40th anniversary of 'Grease'
Dairy Barn Fest at 3 p.m. at the Dairy Barn Arts Center, 8000 Dairy Lane. Join the Dairy Barn on its mission to feature handcrafted arts from artists around the region. The event will also take place Saturday at 10 a.m. with activities for children as well as local food trucks. Items will be available for purchase.
Ohio University will continue its efforts to raise awareness on sexual assault with its annual Take Back the Night events.
God’s Not Dead 3 Youth Movie Night at 6 p.m. at the Athena Grand, 1008 E. State St. The Refuge Church will host a movie night at the Athena Grand for $5. God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness is the third in the God’s Not Dead series and follows a pastor who has to deal with his church burning down.
Ohio University’s 2018 Pride Week will focus on “disrupting the binary.”
Weekender Briefs: Appalachian Hell Betties to host its first home bout of the season; ‘March for Our Lives’ to rally for gun control
Ohio University students and Athens residents will be able to start their 2018 spring break with live hip-hop performances and spoken word renditions.
Female characters in the superhero world are given lazy narratives despite discussions on representation.
Mountain climbing was once something Sara Safari never dreamed of doing, let alone making it halfway to the summit of Mount Everest.
Weekender Briefs: OU’s Dance Division to perform annual Winter Dance Concert; The Amazing Cat Show to showcase love for felines
Kiss Me, Kate at 7:30 p.m. at Stuart’s Opera House, 52 Public Square, Nelsonville. ABC Players will present Broadway hit Kiss Me, Kate. The story is based on Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew and will be performed again March 3 and the next weekend. Tickets can be purchased in advance through Eventbrite. Admission is $8 for students and $12 for adults.
5th Annual Plunge at 2 p.m. at River Park and River’s Edge, 36 N. McKinley Ave. Join the annual polar plunge event filled with free food, Jackie O’s drinks and more. Admission is free.
Weekender Briefs: The Dustbowl Revival to perform at fundraising concert; OU Women’s Center to host annual Women in Grad School Conference
9th Annual Women of Appalachia Project at 5 p.m. at Multicultural Center Art Gallery, Baker Center. Ohio University’s Multicultural Center will host an opening reception for an art exhibition made by and dedicated to female artists with strong ties to the Appalachian regions. The exhibit will be displayed until April 21. Admission is free.
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Diane Coffee with Water Witches at 9 p.m. at The Union Bar & Grill, 18 W. Union St. Shaun Fleming has many talents from skateboarding to voice acting. But now, Fleming will take center stage as popular musician Diane Coffee with special guest Water Witches. Admission is $10 to $13. Discounted tickets are available at TicketFly.