It may only be November, but it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in some parts of Gainesville.
Christmas Canteen 2012, Aurora Theatre's original annual holiday musical, opens with a special preview performance Nov. 21 and runs through Dec. 23.
It's a holiday tradition that combines something old and something new in a dazzling display.
The Piedmont College Wind Ensemble Partnership will present a concert at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 15 in the Chapel at the college in Demorest.
It's not too early to feel the spirit.
The tradition of building a holiday gingerbread house has been updated for the 21st century.
The Piedmont College Theatre Department will present "Mother Hicks," a tale of three outsiders during the Great Depression, in the Blackbox Theater of the Swanson Center for Performing Arts and Communications in Demorest.
Aurora Theatre's Funny Fridays on the square in downtown Lawrenceville offer an expanded schedule this season with the introduction of Funny Fridays: Saturday Edition.
Elachee Nature Science Center will hold a lecture Nov. 8 with Doug Tallamy as he discusses his book, "Bringing Nature Home; How Native Plants Sustain Wildlife in Our Gardens."
Movie fans and families can get into the holiday spirit early Saturday in Braselton as they take in the lighting of the holiday tree, a free concert and a feature animated comedy, "Arthur Christmas."
Begin celebrating the holiday with your furry friends by bringing them to the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia for photos with Santa Claws on Nov. 9-11.
The Believers Concert Band will offer a musical salute to the nation's veterans with a concert entitled "Our Proud Heritage" at 3 p.m. on Veterans Day, Sunday, Nov. 11.
A weekend sale featuring 1,225 lots of self-taught art, outsider art, Southern folk pottery and antique and anonymous folk art is set for Nov. 10-11 by Slotin Auction in the Historic Buford Hall, 112 E. Shadburn Ave., in Buford.
A ceremony and parade Saturday will honor veterans of all ages and each military branch as part of Dawsonville's eighth annual Veterans Day celebration.
The U.S. Forest Service will waive fees at most of its day-use recreation sites over the Veterans Day holiday weekend, Nov. 10-12.
Music of the common man is on tap for the Believers Band's spring concert at 3 p.m. Sunday in Pearce Auditorium on the Brenau University campus in Gainesville.
Once a year, Camp Frank D. Merrill Ranger training facility opens its gates to welcome civilians for a day of racing and first-hand experience in tough Ranger military training.
Over, under, around and through is the name of the game for the 2014 Muddy Duck Dash on Saturday at the University of North Georgia's Gainesville campus.
Most people today cannot remember a time when they couldn't flip a switch on the wall for light.
High school students seeking summer employment will have the opportunity to hunt for a job in one swoop Saturday.
Vaccinating and microchipping pets are top priorities for the staff of the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia.
Musical jams, storytellers and arts and crafts celebrating the Southern Appalachian culture are the focus of the 18th annual Bear on the Square Mountain Festival in Dahlonega.
Gainesville has been touted as the poultry capital of the world for as long as residents can remember, so for the 10th year in a row, the city is celebrating this fame with the annual Spring Chicken Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday on the downtown square.
More than 125 vendors will descend upon Braselton for the Antique & Garden Festival this weekend.
The Flowery Branch Spring Festival will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday in historic downtown Flowery Branch along Railroad Avenue and Main Street.
Music will fill the air surrounding Brenau University's amphitheatre on Saturday night as the band Mid Life Crisis rocks the college campus to benefit an area nonprofit.
After an 18-year-old man from a slum neighbor stood trial on the charges of fatally stabbing his father, 12 men head into the jury room to decide the teenager's fate.
Everyday life and symbolic works will adorn the halls of the Sautee Nacoochee Center for the next couple of months during an invitational exhibition.
As the Easter bunny prepares to make the rounds on Sunday, children will have the opportunity to meet his relatives this weekend at the North Georgia Zoo.
John King's high-energy country-driven Southern sound and the bluesy, jazzy sound of The Lefty Williams Band will collide for one night.