Artists Shirley Hill, Penny Nossett and Kathy Whitehead bill themselves as the "Color Pencil Girls" and visitors to Helen Arts & Heritage Center's upcoming show, "Mountain Matters," will have a chance to see why. The three artists, along with Jared Kaup of lifefire pottery in Toccoa, will display their work as featured artists for the "Mountain Matters" show.
The Lanier Chamber Singers continue bringing vocal variety to the area with the presentation of "Animalia" at 7:30 p.m. March 22 and 4 p.m. March 23.
The Evan Christopher Trio will perform Saturday as part of the Arts Council's Evenings Of Intimate Jazz series.
The Tony Award-winning Broadway show "The Drowsy Chaperone" is playing through April 14 at the Aurora Theatre in Lawrenceville.
The 17th annual Bear on the Square Mountain Festival has scheduled its Master Classes for Sunday, April 21, at the Historic Vickery House, home of the Georgia Appalachian Studies Center of the University of North Georgia.
Georgia's State Parks are offering a new loyalty program just for tent campers. GeoCamp club members earn every 10th night of camping for free, and there's no cost for membership.
The annual Trillium Trek Trail Run road race is set for Saturday, March 23, at Chicopee Woods.
The geocaching team of EBBJr, which consists of Ed and Kimberly Brown, and their son, Caden, 5, will hold a meet and greet/geocaching class beginning at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 23, at the Jane Hurt Yarn Interpretive Center meeting room at Tallulah Gorge State Park.
There will be no shortage of Easter activities this week from crafts at Interactive Neighborhood for Kids to story time at area libraries. And of course, egg hunts.
The third annual Spring on Springer Dahlonega Trail Fest is set for March 22-24, celebrating Dahlonega's designation as an Appalachian Trail Community by the AT Conservancy and Dahlonega's position as the southern gateway to the trail.
The "Healthy Habits: A Child & Family Wellness Expo" is back for another year.
If you're a fan of a good rags-to-riches fairy tale, you'll will love watching the Gainesville Ballet Company's performance of "Cinderella" this weekend.
A juried group of students from the Brenau University Music Department will perform an evening of vocal and piano literature in the Honors Il Portale Musicale recital at 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 25, in Pearce Auditorium, 500 Washington St., Gainesville.
Continuing what has come to be known as 'The year of the Piano' at Brenau University, guest artist Cat Massey will perform a recital of classical music including her Rachmaninoff Variation and other pieces at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 15, at the John S. Burd Center for the Performing Arts on the Gainesville campus.
Riverside Military Academy's Fine Arts Department will perform "The Rivals" at 7:30 p.m. March 19 and 21 and at 1 p.m. March 23 in the Sandy Beaver Center Theater on the RMA campus in Gainesville.
Christmas comes early to Gainesville when Christmas on Green Street takes over the downtown area Dec. 7.
As twinkling lights are strung and the scent of pine lingers through the air, the Northeast Georgia community prepares for the Christmas season. Along with the numerous activities planned in the Gainesville area, surrounding cities and towns have their fair share of events planned to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year.
Christmas is even bigger and better this year, thanks to Flowery Branch and its dedicated elves.
As the holiday season hits full swing, many college and community choirs will warm up their voices to sing the holy hymns and seasonal songs in annual Christmas concerts.
While many young children clamor for time on Santa's lap to share their Christmas gift list, the Wauka Mountain Multiple Intelligences Academy is offering kids a chance to eat with the jolly old elf.
As the holiday decorations go up around town, a handful of business owners will invite tourists into their abodes for the annual Holiday Tour of Dahlonega Bed & Breakfast Inns.
With Thanksgiving focused on the family and Black Friday focused on shopping, the North Georgia Zoo and Petting Farm focuses this weekend on the real reason for the season.
Falling asleep underneath the Christmas tree doesn't always cue a dance number, but when it does, it always brings a nutcracker to life.
Two days after indulging in a turkey and all kinds of sides plus the leftovers, North Georgia residents can shake their groove thing and shed some pounds at the monthly contra dance in Sautee Nacoochee.
The family favorite "Madeline's Christmas" and David Sedaris' comedic gem "The Santaland Diaries" will return to Horizon Theatre this holiday season to entertain young and old alike.
Maziar Bahari was a reporter in the right place at the right time. An Iranian ex-pat turned Western journalist, he toted a video camera and moved with smiling, cautious ease through his native land - catching up with his mom, careful not to expose himself or his sources as Iran's 2009 elections turned into the abortive "Green Revolution."
Friends from Granada, Spain, will share their poetry and flamenco-style guitar playing with the University of North Georgia students next week.
Known as one of the major female vocalist of all time, the spirit of country music singer Patsy Cline will step into the spotlight next weekend at Holly Theater in Dahlonega.