The recent tragedy on Lake Lanier will bring together four counties this weekend.
If you're eager for a taste of the grape this weekend, the Dahlonega Wine Trail may be for you.
Alternative rock band Vertical Horizon will be the featured performer in Suwanee's free annual summer concert Saturday, Aug. 11.
The Peach State Mounted Shooters are saddled up and ready to wrangle a few prizes this weekend during the Bulldog Double Point Brawl and the Double Point Yellow Jacket Attack.
A new pottery exhibit will open Friday at the Sautee Nacoochee Center in White County.
If your muse seems to be ever elusive these days, you just might find it down at the Quinlan Visual Arts Center on Friday afternoons.
Didn't make it to the beach this summer? Don't worry, the beach is coming to you. Well, the music at least.
Runners will converge Saturday on Jaemor Farm, Aug. 4, for a 5K Walk/Run to help the family of Lance Cpl. Sean Adams. Adams was recently injured in Afghanistan and the Chestatee grad is now on the road to recovery.
It may have taken nearly 20 years, but Riverstreet fans are finally getting the encore they've been waiting for.
If you don't know your kudzu from coralbells, the "What's In Your Backyard" lecture series may be for you.
Got a Disney princess in your home? She may want to see this.
Since hitting the road full time in 2006, the Packway Handle Band isn't showing any signs of slowing down.
As part of its inaugural season, the Buford-based Live Arts Theatre will present the hilarious off-Broadway hit "Secrets Every Smart Traveler Should Know."
North Georgia Technical College's Photography Program will showcase graduating students' work at 5 p.m. Tuesday July 31.
Ever wanted to recreate the "Titanic" theme for yourself? Or how about teaching the kids a musical instrument without the major investment of guitars and drums? The penny whistle is the perfect choice.
Notes of "Sing Unto Zion: The Brahms Requiem" will rise and fall in tempo as the Voices of North Georgia performs its fall concert.
Every Halloween for almost 20 years, children have descended on downtown Gainesville for Trick-or-Treat on the Square and this year will be no different.
Among the numerous festivals budding across Flowery Branch this fall season, the LakeView Art Center will hold the annual 'Fall in Love with Art' festival Nov. 1.
Eleven-year-old Mackenzie McCarty of Warminster, Pa., returns to BabyLand General Hospital in the North Georgia Mountains to compete in the Kids Q at the Hillbilly Hog BBQ Throwdown and Fall Leaf Festival, a Kansas City Barbeque Society-sanctioned event.
A festival filled with vintage, salvage and rustic treasures will occupy downtown Braselton for a three-day festivity.
First comes the arrival of fall, starting with the official date followed by the dropping temperature. Next is the arrival of many fall festivals and the city of Cornelia is no different.
Residents may put their eyes toward the skies in hopes of seeing a partial solar eclipse tonight.
Racing around the woods as a caped crusader or scary skeleton is the kind of fun Elachee Nature Science Center plans to provide during its annual Trick-or-Trek Trail Run next weekend.
Through the use of ceramic sculpture, found industrial material, illustrations and his memory, artist Tyler Nicholson plans to demonstrate his craft next week in North Georgia.
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.