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.
Ever wanted to know a little more about the large birds you see swooping down from the trees? Was it a hawk or just a vulture? Are there owls in Northeast Georgia? How about falcons?
On Saturday, Jan. 5, active.com is hosting the "Cocoa Loco 5K and Fun Run" to benefit the cancer fund of Claire Combs.
A cycling club around for more than 25 years in Gainesville plans to disband at the end of the year.
Four community tree-planting projects are planned for Jan. 10-11 with the goal of planting 2,000 trees across Habersham County.
Have you got artistic talents going to waste? Lend your eye and your art works to the Quinlan Visual Arts Center.
Enjoy a bit of the Highlands this weekend at Jamie Laval's Scottish Solstice Holiday Celebration.
Visitors can end the year and greet 2013 with a night of classic songs with a show and gala at the Holly Theater in Dahlonega.
If you're looking for a place to move your feet, two area events will help you start the new year by kicking up your heels.
As the temperatures begin to rise and flowers begin to bloom, the Hall County Master Gardeners are putting the final touches on its upcoming annual Spring Garden Expo.
For the second year in a row, downtown Gainesville will be crammed with people and their four-legged friends for the Mutts on Main event.
Anglers of all ages will vie to be the best fisherman in the 26th annual Helen Trout Tournament this weekend.
While many pieces of art can fill a gallery, it is a rare to see one piece take over one room. But the University of North Georgia has such a piece of art.
The classic tale of a toymaker and his wooden puppet which comes to life will appear on stage in Dahlonega this weekend.
For outdoor enthusiasts, the annual Dahlonega Trail Fest is the event to attend in Northeast Georgia.
Book lovers may rejoice. The annual Literary Festival returns to Dahlonega once more with more than 20 authors schedule to attend this year.
As the Bowen Center for the Arts aims to entertain members and visitors from all across the region, it tries to teach area residents how to create their own arts, too.
Aiming to supply deceased veterans the honor they deserve and ease families' burden of transportation, Donald Ware began a company to provide these services with In Their Honor Transports.
"There's a bright golden haze on the meadow" and "the corn is as high as an elephant's eye" in "Oklahoma!"
Riverside Military Academy cadets will morph into the quirky and memorable characters of one of William Shakespeare's most well-known comedies this week.
Music lovers with an affinity for Johann Sebastian Bach and his other classical friends will be delighted with the upcoming concert from the Lanier Chamber Singers.
Walkers and runners of all shapes, sizes and fitness levels can trek across Riverside Military Academy as part of the annual Chamber Chase next week.
Pet owners seeking an affordable way to care for their four-legged friends will have their chance this weekend.
While the Easter fun comes a little early this year, the Hall County Parks and Leisure Department is having its festivities later in the day to accommodate its new event.