Images of both pets and wildlife will be on display in the gallery at Helen Arts & Heritage Center's newest art exhibit, All About Animals, opening July 14.
High-speed karting, ropes courses, zip lines, laser tag, bowling and more are all available under one roof.
It's a simple concept - throw a bean bag into a hole. Do so more than your opponent, and you win the game.
The Times is a Poke Stop in the new Pokemon Go augmented reality game. It also has a lure module at its office.
Gainesville native Amy Henderson is returning to her hometown once again to raise funds for the Creeper Trail Ride to End Cancer.
Juan Acosta has been creating art that has defined who he is since his youth.
Horseback riding, one of the oldest modes of transportation, is a fun way to enjoy the beauty of North Georgia has to offer and experience nature from a unique perspective.
North Georgia's finest athletes finally have a triathlon in Gainesville, with proceeds going toward a good cause.
The third installment in a children's favorite will be featured at movie night July 9 at Braselton Park.
To overcome his tendency to labor over a project, Chris Lundy committed himself to complete one painting a day.
Children and adults alike can splash around downtown Cornelia and get soaked with water as the city hosts its inaugural Beach Bash.
This year, the Fourth of July is set to go off with a bang in Northeast Georgia from the southern city of Buford to the northern Alpine village of Helen.
As the town of Braselton celebrates its 100th anniversary, the slogan "It's Better in Braselton" will take on special meaning July 4.
Many North Georgia families may be interested in spending the long Fourth of July weekend outdoors with their loved ones and furry friends.
Based on the 1992 film, "Sister Act" will entertain Gainesville audiences with its musical numbers and comedy June 29 through July 2.
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If you can't pass up a bargain, be sure to check out the Junior League of Gainesville-Hall County's 51st annual thrift sale this ...
Gainesville High School students will perform the silly, campy musical about climbing the corporate ladder in "How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying," which ...
As fall weather arrives, thespians with WonderQuest is holding onto the last remnants of the summer sun and beach fun with an undersea adventure.
North Georgia artisans including painters, gardeners, photographers, woodworkers, sculptors and jewelry makers will display and sell their wares at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, A Smithgall ...
Despite the deceivingly warm temperatures, fall is here. And so are activities that go along with it, including one of the season's most popular ...
Chain-linked fences, wrought-iron fences and maybe even white-pickett fences are intended to separate yards or keep certain people and pets in or out of a ...
Gainesville residents who love the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of a fall festival won't have to travel far when Mule Camp Market returns ...
As residents browse through booths or climb into the carnival-style rides during Mule Camp Market, the Next Chapter Bookstore will offer a quiet reprieve.
More than 170 vintage, classic and innovatively designed vehicles - including several multimillion-dollar cars - are expected to be at the Atlanta Concours d'Elegance competition and ...
October is two days away, and pumpkins will be popping up everywhere from patches to area grocery stores.
When the field is harvested leaving a barren land, all that is visible to a passer-by is a scarecrow.
As Brenau University's school year starts, two new art exhibitions now adorn the walls of the Simmons Visual Arts Center at 200 Boulevard in ...
Even with 35 years of teaching art under his belt, Joe Emery has yet to slow down with his own artwork, and he is succeeding.
Artist Sharon Farkas has found her way back to art, and her work now has found its way to the Quinlan Visual Arts Center for ...
Escape to Bavaria or at least North Georgia's closest cousin by heading to Helen and find beer, brats and bands.
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