Elachee Nature Science Center's 10th annual spring benefit event, "Flights of Fancy," is set for 6-9 p.m. Friday, offering craft beer and a menu of grilled dishes.
Renowned Georgia author Janisse Ray will highlight the 2011 Georgia ForestWatch Wild & Woolly Forest Festival & Native Plant Sale on Saturday at the Sautee Nacoochee Center.
Like a scene from a Shakespearean play, fair maidens in flowing gowns will take to a stage shaded by woods to dance in the fading sunlight this weekend.
The North Georgia Chamber Symphony is set to kick off a weekend filled with performances in North Georgia.
DAHLONEGA - Presented by North Georgia College & State University and the Dahlonega Arts Council, "Rodin: The Figure in Bronze" features 24 posthumous original bronze sculptures by Auguste Rodin, a master sculptor in human forms and anatomy.
Performers with the Gainesville High School Theatre group will be trying their hands at bringing "Guys and Dolls" to life for their season closer.
The 13th annual Rubber Duck Derby to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County is scheduled for Saturday at Clark's Bridge Park on Lake Lanier.
The Gainesville Symphony Orchestra will team up with local youth to perform the Spring Fusion Concert on Saturday.
If anglophiles among us still are feeling a bit British-y after the big nuptials, they can end their weekend with a final bit of culture from the Isles.
Planning, practice and a government arts grant have made it possible for the Voices of North Georgia to perform "Carmina Burana" this weekend.
Good clean entertainment. That is the goal of comedian James Gregory. Apparently, Gregory is doing something right because he is often referred to as the "Funniest Man in America." Gregory has been doing stand-up for more than 20 years. He is regularly featured on more than 200 radio broadcasts from coast to coast, and has managed to set attendance records in many of the venues where he entertains. Now Gregory is planning to entertain North ...
The next seven days will be filled with a flurry of activity in downtown Gainesville. Kicking things off is the annual Spring Chicken Festival this weekend. The poultry celebration begins with a parade at 9 a.m. Saturday. The parade will begin the Suntrust Bank on Washington Street and wrap around the downtown square before concluding back at the bank. "This is the first time that we've had a parade in conjunction with the festival," said ...
Hey, sports fans, if you're looking to decorate with a three-foot-high red elephant, a la Gainesville High School, or a Georgia Bulldog face jug, make the trip on May 7 to the Gillsville Folk Pottery Festival.
He may have gotten his feet wet in the music industry with the pop-rock group Last November, but Luke Pilgrim is ready to get back to his country roots.
This weekend's Georgia Mountain BirdFest is shaping up to be the Woodstock of bird watching.
Charles Dickens' classic tale "A Christmas Carol" will be performed at Habersham Theater in Clarkesville.
More than 100 singers will don costumes and climb into an ornately decorated stage in the shape of a Christmas tree to perform the annual "Living Christmas Tree" concert this weekend.
Cornelia residents may create magical holiday memories through an abundance of activities Friday night at the Community House and in Cornelia City Park.
In the spirit of the original "Hee Haw" television variety show, the children at Corner-Stone Church are performing an original Christmas musical titled "A Hee Haw Christmas."
After playing festivals throughout the South including the inaugural North Georgia Bluegrass Jam at the Habersham Mill Complex in Clarkesville, BlueBilly Grit will return to Grant Street Music Room for a Saturday night performance.
The Sautee Nacoochee Community Chorale celebrates 25 years of performing with its annual holiday concerts all weekend long.
Gainesville children may have more than just the brief time to talk with Santa when sitting on his lap thanks to the Gainesville Phoenix Woman's Club and the Hall County Parks and Recreation department.
Eagle Wings Production presents Beth Henley's 1981 Pulitzer-Prize winner, "Crimes of the Heart" this week at Chestatee High School.
Gainesville residents may feast on the sounds of Italy during "An Italian Christmas" at First Presbyterian Church in Gainesville.
Regardless of which church you attend, it's likely you have heard the story behind the Christmas season. But some people need reminding.
Singing portions of Handel's "Messiah," the Voices of North Georgia will perform "Unto Us a Child is Born!" along with several other new and old winter songs.
Gainesville's most iconic thoroughfare will close down Sunday, making way for the annual holiday parade and community celebration, Christmas on Green Street.
Whether it is spent sitting around a Christmas tree sipping hot cocoa or outside pelting each other with snowballs, the holidays are a time to celebrate with loved ones and reminisce about past festivities. This year, Gainesville Ballet is celebrating its past with its 40th anniversary season and a rendition of "The Nutcracker."
Children and their parents may create Christmas decorations Sunday at the Northeast Georgia History Center in Gainesville.
"Mame," the Tony award-winning musical that played on Broadway for 1,508 performances, will be the Christmas musical at the Holly Theater this month.