Cumming Fairgrounds workers have been busy since Monday putting the final touches on their biggest event of the year.
It wouldn't be fall without a few festivals, and this weekend there are plenty.
Amid the flurry of fall festivals and changing leaves, there is another fall tradition that local residents look forward to each year.
The Piedmont College theatre and music departments will present the musical adventure "Anything Goes" this weekend at the Swanson Center for Performing Arts in Demorest.
The UGA Performing Arts Center will present the Kopelman Quartet at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7 in Hodgson Concert Hall.
Hop along Sept. 28 through Oct. 6 to WonderQuest's magical adaptation of the Grimm fairy tale "The Frog Prince."
Two of the area's theater groups are joining to perform the comedy "The Foreigner" by Larry Shue the next two weekends.
It's all about natural fibers this weekend.
A diverse lineup of musical performers, led by American music icon and Grammy-winner Peter Rowan, will fill the autumn air with music Sept. 28-29 at the annual Sautee Jamboree.
The Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia invites visitors to take advantage of the Smithsonian Institution's annual free museum day Saturday, Sept. 29.
The SuperNova Concert Series at Piedmont College will present Katie Timm, a newcomer to the national concert scene, in a recital of classic organ music at 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30, in the Demorest College chapel.
If you've been tempted to check out one of the state's parks and historic sites, there's no better time than this Saturday.
Now that fall is officially here, a burst of autumn color in the North Georgia mountains isn't far off.
Ally Condie, author of one of the hottest teen book series since the "Twilight" and "The Hunger Games" sagas, will speak and sign copies of her books at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3, at Brenau University's Pearce Auditorium.
The fifth annual Heart & Hands Emporium shopping extravaganza is scheduled for Sept. 21-22.
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.
One prophecy from three witches leads a Scottish general to take the throne of Scotland by force. This Shakespearean tale will be told within the walls of the historic Holly Theater at 69 W. Main St., in Dahlonega this month.
Chasing a white rabbit and racing a dodo bird are all part of Lewis Carroll's famous book starring a young girl named Alice.
Golfers will putt for pets during the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia's 27th annual Dog Day Afternoon Golf Tournament.
Through biodiversity and sustainability, the average gardener may make smarter choices in conjunction with nature.
Giant balloons are once again descending - and ascending, then descending again - into Flowery Branch.
Gold Rush Days celebrating Dahlonega's history during a boom era have been a tradition for ages. And the popular festival invites North Georgians to the annual party next weekend.
Iconic songs and a splash of color are poised to treat the eyes and ears of Gainesville residents next Friday night with The Arts Council's first big event of the new season: "A World Of Art: International Art Exhibition" and 7 Bridges: The Ultimate Eagles Experience.
Many North Georgia artists go unrecognized for their work. But from Oct. 16 to Dec. 6, artists will step into the spotlight in Gainesville.
Playhouse walls will rise with speed, efficiency and artistry during the Habitat for Humanity of Hall County's annual competition and fundraiser at Mule Camp Market this weekend.