Isaac King, a freshman music production major at Ohio University, is one of the founding members of the student-run band, Lavandula. The band is composed of four members: Isaac King, Landon Elliott, Joey Negrete and Zach Winkleman, who all met within their first few weeks of college.
The “Puppy Hour” event will help fundraise for the Athens County Dog Shelter.
Appalachian Understories, a social enterprise of Rural Action, offers events like guided hikes, bike rides, camping trips, historical tours and animal tracking workshops, among others.
For the first time since the height of COVID-19, coffee shops in Athens are operating at normal capacity, which has allowed business to thrive. Recently, students and community members have been eager to support Athens companies after many businesses reopened.
After a period of unconventional programming, museum employees are looking forward to planning in-person exhibits for the public.
George Eberts, long-time Appalachian Behavioral Healthcare employee and Athens Asylum advocate, will lead participants in engaging tours of the Athens Asylum grounds and cemeteries.
Every other Tuesday, students with varied levels of American Sign Language experience come together in a welcoming environment that aims to strengthen members’ knowledge about sign language and deaf culture.
Each Wednesday, Casa Nueva hosts an open mic night, open to artists of all kinds.
Burr Oak State Park, located in Glouster, Ohio, is hosting a nature hike that will allow participants to identify and taste edible plants – especially those commonly used to make teas.