A critically acclaimed documentary on the pain and struggle of dyslexia will be screened tonight at First Presbyterian Church's Sweetenburg Hall in Gainesville.
Do you have the skills it takes to survive in the wilderness?
An exhibit featuring the work of local and regional photographers will run through March 9 in the Sellars Gallery of the Simmons Visual Arts Center at Brenau University in Gainesville.
Just about everyone knows someone who has been touched by cancer. And even if you don't know someone, it never hurts to help those affected.
The Roy C. Moore Art Gallery, located on the Gainesville campus of University of North Georgia, presents Dreamers/
Piedmont College music professor and soprano Dr. Andrea Price will perform a faculty recital at 7:30 p.m., Jan. 12 in the Piedmont College Chapel in Demorest.
ATLANTA - The Georgia Tech Office of the Arts continues the 2012-2013 Ferst Center Presents series with a performance by Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre Company at 5 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 13.
A little music will help the Sautee Nacoochee Community Association raise the roof on its post office.
ATHENS - The UGA Performing Arts Center will present the State Ballet Theatre of Russia in two performances of "Cinderella" at 8 p.m. Jan. 15 and 16 in the Fine Arts Theatre.
Great Bear Trio from Syracuse, N.Y., will be in Gainesville for a musicians' workshop and performance.
Aurora Theatre continues its 17th season with a new play that will have you laughing in the New Year.
ATHENS - University of Georgia ecology professor John Pickering will share his knowledge about the often-unseen populations of moths in Northeast Georgia at the Oconee Rivers Audubon Society's next meeting, set for 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 3, at Sandy Creek Nature Center.
The Mountain Music and Medicine Show is scheduled to kick off a new year Jan. 5 at the Holly Theater in Dahlonega.
Natalie Flake, a resident of Cleveland, will be making an appearance at Java Joe's Coffee Shoppe, 1349 Washington St. in Clarkesville to sign copies of her book, "Tears to Joy: Finding Hope in the Presence of Bipolar Disorder and Suicide."
If you've never tried the Zumba fitness craze, now is your chance.
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.