Comedy, music and magic will come together in a magic show Saturday at the Habersham Community Theatre in Clarkesville.
In the late 1700s, in the cross path where the territories of the Creek and Cherokee Indians met, the state of Georgia built a series of four forts to defend the settlers from an Indian uprising.
This weekend, downtown Clarkesville will look like a scene out of a fairy tale.
It's not every day that musicians get to perform with their significant other, as well as play a piece tailored specifically to their talents.
You might think artists would think outside the box, but "All Boxed In," the current exhibit at the Sautee Nacoochee Center, proves that they can think inside it, too.
North Georgia College and State University has arranged for two lectures that will delight history and photography enthusiasts alike.
The John Jarrard Foundation has expanded its concert series to include its first-ever Dahlonega performance.
If you have a heart for volunteering, you might want to stop in at the next meeting of the Buford Lanier Woman's Club.
Atlantic Crossing will perform Saturday for the montly Contra Dance at the Sautee-Nacoochee Community Association historic gym in Sautee.
The UGA Performing Arts Center will present the Grammy Award-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra at 3 p.m. Sunday in Hodgson Concert Hall.
The Ferst Center for the Arts at Georgia Tech continues the 2010-2011 dance series with a performance by Nrityagram Dance Ensemble at 7 p.m. Sunday.
The Graffe String Quartet will perform at Piedmont College at 7:30 p.m. March 31 in the chapel at the campus in Demorest.
Michael Gray, a widely published critic, writer and broadcaster, will speak on "Bob Dylan and the Poetry of the Blues" at 4 p.m. Wednesday in room 101 of the Miller Learning Center at the University of Georgia.
Veterans and Community Outreach Foundation members hope their latest efforts hit the right note in Gainesville.
Gainesville High School's Environmental Awareness Club members have decided to celebrate Earth Hour with a musical tribute.
Notes of "Sing Unto Zion: The Brahms Requiem" will rise and fall in tempo as the Voices of North Georgia performs its fall concert.
Every Halloween for almost 20 years, children have descended on downtown Gainesville for Trick-or-Treat on the Square and this year will be no different.
Among the numerous festivals budding across Flowery Branch this fall season, the LakeView Art Center will hold the annual 'Fall in Love with Art' festival Nov. 1.
Eleven-year-old Mackenzie McCarty of Warminster, Pa., returns to BabyLand General Hospital in the North Georgia Mountains to compete in the Kids Q at the Hillbilly Hog BBQ Throwdown and Fall Leaf Festival, a Kansas City Barbeque Society-sanctioned event.
A festival filled with vintage, salvage and rustic treasures will occupy downtown Braselton for a three-day festivity.
First comes the arrival of fall, starting with the official date followed by the dropping temperature. Next is the arrival of many fall festivals and the city of Cornelia is no different.
Residents may put their eyes toward the skies in hopes of seeing a partial solar eclipse tonight.
Racing around the woods as a caped crusader or scary skeleton is the kind of fun Elachee Nature Science Center plans to provide during its annual Trick-or-Trek Trail Run next weekend.
Through the use of ceramic sculpture, found industrial material, illustrations and his memory, artist Tyler Nicholson plans to demonstrate his craft next week in North Georgia.
2002 National Scottish Fiddle Champion Jamie Laval will join forces with Roger Gold to entertain dancers of all ages at two dances this weekend in Gainesville.
How often do you see Kiss band members, a samurai and Superman all on the dance floor with their mothers?
For a month associated with spooky ghosts and haunting horsemen, the remaining weekends in October are filled with a plethora of Halloween-themed activities.
Twisted trails under the moonlight in a cornfield have the makings of a wickedly scary journey in Dawsonville.
October is known for fall, apples and the cooling of the weather. But in Dawsonville, October also equals classic cars and white lightning.
"The Book of Life" is a Mexican-accented kids' cartoon so colorful and unconventionally dazzling it almost reinvents the art form. As pretty as a just-punctured pinata, endlessly inventive, warm and traditional, it serves up Mexican culture in a riot of Mexican colors and mariachi-flavored music.