If a catfish rodeo or skeet shoot sounds like your child's idea of a good time, be prepared to hop in the car and head over to JAKES Day at Chicopee Woods Agricultural Center this weekend.
Picture it like an old-fashioned Wild West showdown, the champion gunslinger staring down challengers on the dusty streets of a rustic pioneer town.
The Northwinds Symphonic Band will pay tribute to fallen soldiers with its "Duty, Honor, Country" concert on Memorial Day.
The Georgia Racing Hall of Fame is celebrating 10 years with car-focused festivities on Saturday, May 26.
A historic aircraft from the early days of air travel will be on display this weekend at at Gwinnett County Airport in Lawrenceville.
Music lovers can find some cool jazz at the Arrendale Aphitheater at Piedmont College as the North Habersham and Wilbanks middle schools eighth-grade jazz bands perform a free concert Friday, May 25.
North Georgia Theatre at Piedmont College returns for a second season filled with summer comedies, beginning with "I Do, I Do!" at the Swanson Center in Demorest.
This weekend, a pie in hand is worth a thousand words.
It wouldn't be Memorial Day weekend in Suwanee if it didn't start with a performance of military marches and patriotic tunes.
One way to make Memorial Day more significant for your family is to spent time visiting some of the state's historic sites as a way to honor the nation's military sacrifices.
The Larry Barker Quartet is the last of five featured performers in the Evenings Of Intimate Jazz at The Arts Council Smithgall Arts Center.
Art in a variety of forms will be celebrated, demonstrated, exhibited, performed and savored Saturday at the Arts in the Park festival at Suwanee's Town Center Park.
This weekend, put down the Kindle and the Nook and buy a book. For a good cause, of course.
The North Georgia Chamber Symphony has scheduled a series of spring concerts in Northeast Georgia cities today through Saturday.
The African American Heritage Site will hold the fourth annual Folk Life Festival from 10 .a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday on the campus of the Sautee Nacoochee Center.
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Sometimes one song is all it takes to bring back a flood of good memories of times gone by.
Area policemen and firefighters will face off in the age-old test of strength: tug of war.
Two "possums" from the Virginia family band, Toss the Possum, are headed to Sautee to play a special Sunday afternoon contra dance Aug. 9, as ...
Lovers of two- and four-wheeled vehicles will be in hog heaven Saturday as many motorists roll their prized automobiles into town for a car show.
Based on a humorous book from 1952, "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" will entertain theatergoers for the next two weekends in Clarkesville.
Suggestive scenes of a risky nature will be the name of the game at Holly Theater.
Ever wonder about the sites to see inside the Smithgall Woods State Park in Helen? Well, you can wander in the woods without walking.
In 2008, the Sautee Nacoochee Center exhibited pieces in a black and white collection for its visitors. Following its popularity, the gallery committee decided to ...
This summer, moviegoers at Fernbank Museum of Natural History will get to know a new generation of machines in the new giant-screen film presented by ...
The wings aren't the only flavorful things at Suwanee's August Concert & Wing Festival on Aug. 8.
Known for its beach-themed drinks and dishes, lakeside breezes and panoramic views, Sunset Cove Beach Café and Club at Georgia's Lanier Islands will host ...
With the Atlanta Ballet Company cemented to its fall to early spring schedule as well as its stage for performances, veteran dancer John Welker felt ...
Original ballet work set to the harmonious music of Franz Shubert followed by the grand pas of Tchaikovsky's heart wrenching Swan Lake will grace ...
If you're craving a peanut butter and banana sandwich, a Moonpie or a taste of late king of rock 'n' roll, the 12th Big ...
Drawing on country music's longstanding tradition of the song being king, Drunk on the Wind crafts stripped-down, earthy narratives steeped in a sense of ...
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