An exhibit featuring artists' books and prints by Margot Ecke and Eileen Wallace opens the fall season this week at Gainesville State College's Roy C. Moore Art Gallery.
The 10th annual John Jarrard Foundation Concert has been expanded to two days.
Pirates on Lake Lanier? Don't go overboard just yet; it's all for a good cause.
The fourth annual Happy Heart Car Show and festival returns to Gainesville Aug. 27.
Besides musical talent, a band needs one other key ingredient to give a great performance: chemistry.
Chateau Elan's Vineyard Fest promises and afternoon of tasting and toasting during North Atlanta's premier wine festival, which marks its sixth year from 1-5 p.m. Aug. 28.
There will be plenty for everyone to do Aug. 27 at the Family Fun Fest in Clarkesville.
Georgia ForestWatch will join conservation groups and outdoorsmen and women from across the country to celebrate Great Outdoors Week through Sunday.
The Athens Youth Symphony is now accepting audition applications for the 2011-2012 season.
The Gainesville State College Brass Ensemble, under the direction of GSC brass instructor Don Strand, will perform the national anthem Aug. 25 at the Gwinnett Braves' game on College Fair Night.
The Gainesville Theatre Alliance is not only offering local thespians the opportunity to show off their acting skills, the group is also helping actors fine tune their talents.
The vibrant colors of pastel paintings will cover the walls of the Quinlan Visual Arts Center today at the opening reception for the Southeastern Pastel Society 2011 Juried Members' Exhibition.
The Bowen Arts Center recently held reception to celebrate the opening of its newest exhibit, "4 Southern Artists."
Motorcycle enthusiasts can take in beautiful scenery and enjoy some of the best riding in North Georgia when the Georgia Chapter D of the Gold Wing Road Riders Association holds a poker run Aug. 20.
Artist Ericka Walker has found inspiration in old printing styles for her new exhibit on display at North Georgia College & State University.
Steve Penley, one of America's most celebrated artists emerging from the South, will be the featured guest at the 2015 Quinlan Visual Arts Center Fine Art Auction Gala.
Using taupes and neutral colors, Clayton Santiago can bring to life a landscape full of imagery on a wooden plank.
Gainesville Theatre takes aim at the romantic musical comedies of the 1920s with a spoof in "The Boy Friend."
Rhythmic classic sounds will rain down on Gainesville as the Northwinds Symphonic Band presents a concert featuring retired U.S. Air Force Col. Lowell Graham.
Two exceptionally difficult sonatas - Ludwig van Beethoven's "Sonate fur das Hammerklavier Op. 106" and Henri Dutilleux's Piano Sonata Op. 1 - will resound off the walls as seasoned pianist Tyler Wottrich performs.
Hall County runners wanting to qualify for the Peachtree Road Race may do so Sunday in Gainesville.
Gainesville native Nate Currin loves living and working in California. However, whenever he's away, he tends to miss the small town that helped shape his music and personality. Currin has visited home a few times in the past four years, but he hasn't brought any music to the people of Gainesville in a while.
Though it has been nearly 45 years since Jimi Hendrix's death, the Jimi Hendrix experience lives on with the help of one area band.
Daddies and daughters have a different bond than fathers and sons. And the men of Hall County have the opportunity to show their daughters how special they are at the 15th annual Daddy Daughter dance.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning play covering the 25-year relationship between a wealthy white Jewish widow and her African-American driver will take to the stage in Clarkesville for two weekends.
Ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop, contemporary and musical theater will move into the spotlight for the Heather Wayne Dance Company Concert.
Chefs with a taste for meat, beans and spices can fire up their grills for a Chili Cook-off and Cake Auction in Gainesville.
Cool cabaret songs will punctuate the air as the Voices of North Georgia presents its midwinter gala.
Ben Franklin once said, "Guests, like fish, begin to smell after 3 days."
Choirs from across Northeast Georgia will combine their voices for a heavenly festival Feb. 22.
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