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.
Mark Pitts will bring his nationally recognized Elvis tribute show to the Habersham Community Theatre in Clarkesville for a New Year's Eve fundraiser from 8-10 p.m. Dec. 31.
What better way to shake off the old year and warm up to the new year than by jumping in a frigid lake?
All across the country, state parks are inviting families to start the New Year with a "First Day Hike" and a commitment to healthy living.
Hollywood long ago ceded "love that stands the test of time" to the realm of science-fiction and fantasy, so "The Age of Adaline" falls neatly into a genre that includes "The Time Traveler's Wife," "About Time," and even "Somewhere in Time."
A sprinkling of Broadway shows will take centerstage as the "Shubert Alley in the Valley" returns this weekend with another show.
Grab your Stetson and saddle up for a historical hoedown like you've never seen before.
Families with a fitness gene or goal to maintain its health can hit the ground running in a 5K race this weekend in Flowery Branch.
For car enthusiasts wanting a chance to inspect some hot rods, custom-designed cars and classics, some Vietnam War veterans plan to feed your obsession.
Many people are trained to respond to health emergencies and provide basic first aid to humans, but what about their four-legged friends? To deal with that unique situation, the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia and the American Red Cross is joining forces to train pet owners for animal emergencies.
The Boy Scout Troop 228 will be swarming around South Hall County next weekend for the annual Flowery Branch Spring Festival.
Locally grown foods from area farmers, live and silent auctions and outdoor entertainment are set to provide a pleasurable outdoor evening at Elachee Nature Science Center.
The future of Hall County looks bright and colorful thanks to Vision 2030.
As the spring season continues to bloom, the twin galleries at the Sautee Nacoochee Center and the hallway galleries have exploded with lots of color for its latest exhibit "That Wood Work."
Fans of classical music may have two opportunities to hear live performances of symphony standards and newly composed material thanks to the University of North Georgia.
The Cage Free String Band, known for its blend of old-time Appalachian and New England contra dance music, will add a spring to dancers' steps Saturday, April 25, in Sautee Nacoochee.
Classical musical featuring Renaissance masters and 20th century composers will float through the air as the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center presents two concerts this weekend in Athens.
A clay fish with bulging eyes and a funnel-like mouth is one of Kris London's favorite pieces to mold and it was first created by accident.
Floats decorated with a poultry theme and chicken doused with a plethora of barbecue sauce are only a couple of items visitors to downtown Gainesville can experience Saturday, April 25, at the Spring Chicken Festival.