13 of the best winter events in Augusta's River Region that you won't want to miss in February. Be sure to check out the Westobou10 list for February as well.

All Month:

Tactic III : Stop by Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art for the third iteration of a three-part traveling exhibition which highlights the work of 24 artists. Each represent a growing shift in material sensibility in the field of contemporary ceramics. This shift is evident through the use of 3D ceramic printing, the integration of mixed media and post-firing assembly, and the use of technology typically unassociated with the making of ceramic artwork. These non-clay components and unconventional approaches to manipulating clay - compositionally and conceptually - support the ceramic elements and heighten the impact of the work.

Seven Wonders : Travel back thousands of years in time and witness spectacular marvels of the ancient world at the Dupont Planetarium. Explore the Great Pyramid, stand in the shadow of the towering Colossus and experience the rest of the world's phenomenal seven wonders as you investigate the social forces and technologies leading to the creation of these incredible antiquities.

Lungs : Le Chat Noir brings to the stage a smart and funny drama following a couple through the surprising lifecycle of their relationship as they grapple with questions of family and change, hope, betrayal, happenstance, and the terrible pain that you can only cause the people you love.

Sense and Sensibility : See the play adapted from Jane Austen's novel about two sisters who weather scandal and heartbreak together on the Aiken Community Playhouse stage.

February 9

Sam Bush :  The Father of Newgrass and King of Telluride, mandolin virtuoso Sam Bush returns to rock the Imperial Theatre as part of the Morris Museum's Budweiser True Music Southern Soul & Song Series.

February 10

Fat Saturday Pub Crawl : Purchase a $10 passport that will get you free cover into more than 15 bars and restaurants in downtown Augusta.

February 11

The Other Tubmans : The Augusta Museum of History's Museum Theatre Series explains the connection between local Tubman slaves freed in the 1830s and William Tubman, who served as Liberia, Africa's longest running President from 1944-1971.

February 13

Wake & Shake: Mardi Gras Edition : Blow off some steam after the graveyard shift or jump start your day before going into the office with DJ Bizzo Beats laying down the soundtrack at this early morning dance party at Humanitree House. Stay for the entire two hours or get in a quick 30 minutes and meet some really cool people in the process. Then, grab something from Humanitree's breakfast menu or get a juice shot or energy bar.

February 14

Scandals & Gossip : From beaus to broken hearts, family secrets to public scandals – Redcliffe’s Scandals & Gossip will tell it all! This interactive tour of the 1859 historic mansion will focus on four generations worth of intimate stories of the Hammond Family of Redcliffe Plantation.

February 20

Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox : See the group that became a YouTube sensation for bringing gramophone music to a smartphone world live on the Miller Theater stage.

February 23

A Florist's Walk Down Magnolia Lane: An Augusta Story : Florist and retired floral designer for the Augusta National, Margaret Brown, discusses her book and her experiences designing arrangements for Augusta's most prestigious sporting club during the Morris Museum's monthly Art at Lunch event.

February 23 - 25

Sister Act : This feel-good musical comedy smash based on the hit 1992 film has audiences jumping to their feet! Featuring original music by Tony-and-eight-time Oscar winner, Alan Menken, this uplifting musical was nominated for five Tony Awards, including Best Musical. See this truly moving story, filled with powerful gospel music at the Imperial Theatre.

February 24

Augusta University Half Marathon, 10K & 5K : Run or walk your way through the Augusta Sports Council's signature event. The weekend includes a community expo and post-race celebration at the finish line. Kids can also run the Medals for Miles Youth Fun Run after the marathon.