Around UGA and Athens
We aim to keep our members up-to-date with all of the events of interest in the Athens area.
Ongoing: UGA Master Calendar
Ongoing: Oconee County Library
Ongoing: Special Collections Library
Ongoing: Community Calendar (provided by Boom Athens magazine)
Ongoing: Reflecting, Sharing, Learning
Covered With Glory: Football at UGA, 1892-1917: New exhibit this Fall at the Hargrett Rare Book & Manuscript Library. This exhibit will be on display from Aug. 29 through Dec.22 in the Rotunda Gallery of the Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries, 300 S. Hull St., on the UGA campus. Admission is free and open to the general public. A free guided tour will be offered at 3pm on all Fridays before home football games.
National Home Movie Day 2017 October 21, 2-4 PM, Special Collections Library: National Home Movie Day is a worldwide celebration of amateur films and filmmaking, held annually in October. The event provides an opportunity for attendees to bring in their home movies, learn more about their own family films, how to care for films and videotapes, and how home movies have helped capture personal history. The event will be 2-4 p.m. at the Richard b. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries, 300 S. Hull Street, on the University of Georgia campus. Free parking is available in the Hull Street parking deck.
Georgia Writers Hall of Fame, November 5 & 6: Georgia Writers Hall of Fame events. Authors Discussion Nov. 5 at 5 p.m. and induction ceremony Nov. 6 at 10 a.m.
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Bowl Painting: Food Bank of Northeast Georgia: The Food Bank of Northeast Georgia is hosting drop-in paint times to decorate a bowl which will be used on March 7 for their annual fundraiser, Hunger Bowl. The next bowl painting will be held on Nov. 3rd at the Food Bank. Drop in time is from 9-12 and the cost is $7.
Become a Simulated Patient – The UGA College of Pharmacy is expanding its use of simulated patients in the PharmD curriculum. Simulated patient experiences provide a more true-to-practice environment for pharmacy students to apply clinical, problem solving, and professional skills. These encounters typically emphasize application of clinical drug knowledge and communication skills, such as appropriate patient questioning and medication counseling. To meet this growing need, the UGA College of Pharmacy is currently recruiting individuals who are interested in playing a simulated patient 3-4 times a year. For more information or to signup over the phone, contact Kay Brooks, 706-542-6022, firstname.lastname@example.org