Three World War II era planes will fly into Blairsville, giving people of all ages a chance to interact with history this week.
Called the Singing Quartermaster of Northeast Georgia, Terrence W. Holeman and his gospel group will perform at noon Saturday, Oct. 19, on the mainstage at Gold Rush in Dahlonega.
Local choral group Voices of North Georgia will present "BOB and ALICE" this weekend.
"Broadway Bound," a revue of musical theater solo, duet and ensemble hits will be performed by Habersham Community Theatre young stars Saturday and Sunday.
To inhale the smell of the fall season and hear the serenity of a river flowing, the Fall Soque Celebration at Blackhawk Fly Fishing on the Soque River is the place to be.
In light of all the daddy-daughter dances over the past 14 years, Gainesville Parks & Recreation has made sure for the past decade the mother-son duos are not left out.
It will be a beautiful fall day to get out, and up, up and away Saturday at the fourth annual Harvest Balloon Festival at Sterling on the Lake.
After 21 years of captivating audiences, the Georgia Mountain Players theater troupe will close the curtain on their prolific acting careers.
As harvest time arrives in North Georgia, Three Sisters Vineyards pops the top on its annual Swine Wine weekends from Sept. 14 through Oct. 27 with live music, barbecue and wine tasting.
Downtown Gainesville may seem shut down this weekend because of street closures. But it will be very much alive with the festivities of the 2013 Mule Camp Market.
Fall is breezing its way through the North Georgia mountains, as well as a wave of pumpkin patches and fall festivals to bring the new season to life.
Riverside Military Academy will perform a comedic play penned by iconic comedian and actor Steve Martin today and Sunday in the Sandy Beaver Center Theater on the school's campus.
On Monday, the University of North Georgia's Gainesville campus will screen "Birth of the Living Dead," a documentary about the 1968 horror film "Night of the Living Dead."
Deemed Hall County's largest garage sale, the Junior League of Gainesville-Hall County's annual Thrift Sale will have items ranging from furniture, electronics and housewares to toys and children's clothing.
In October, only one festival gives northeast Georgia the full German experience.
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Athletes armed with paddles and positioned inside a brightly painted boat with a dragon face on the bow rip through the water with ease. The ...
As summer begins to fade, Sky Valley plans to mark the last days of the hot season with a party.
Rooted in the history of the American culture, folk pottery arrived in Northeast Georgia in the 1820s. Now, the Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia ...
Five singer-songwriters with more than two dozen No. 1 singles will pay tribute with a concert to a Gainesville native and country music songwriter who ...
Getting soaked in water under a hot sun is not an activity limited to children and adults. Water-loving pooches will have the opportunity to get ...
"O play me some Mountain Music," is the first phrase to the song "Mountain Music" by country band Alabama.
The highs and lows of the Futrelle sisters' lives have kept tongues wagging for years. Now, the young thespians in Gainesville High School's theater ...
Singers, dancers and acts of all kinds will take over the stage at West Hall High School for a Variety Show.
For many people fall means football season, tailgating and maybe even corn mazes.
Braselton visitors and residents can learn more about the Jackson County town with a simple stroll.
Picking a six-string on the back porch was entertainment of days gone by.
A story of five adult female friends telling secrets and discovering truths is the basis for the play "Southern Sirens."
En Plein Air or outdoor painting began during the Romanticism period of the 1600s, as artists sought natural light in their landscape paintings. The tradition ...
Publishing company owner and Dahlonega native Tabatha James will be featured at the AJC Decatur Book Festival during Labor Day weekend.
Critically acclaimed contemporary folk duo Wisewater will sing its original tunes on Labor Day weekend in Dahlonega.
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