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 next seven days will be filled with a flurry of activity in downtown Gainesville.
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.
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.
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.
The folks at Free Chapel are planning to present the story of Jesus' life and sacrifice in living color with their weekend production of "AD33...The Year That Changed the World."
In the words of the rock band Journey, "Don't stop believing." And that is exactly the message that North Hall High School English teacher Tessa Shirley tries to extend to her students.
Car enthusiasts plan to show off their rides and rev up their engines for a good cause this weekend.
A 6-foot bunny handed carnations to the ladies while a life-sized green army man posed next to a painting of a machine gun.
The holidays are especially decorative and artisanal at the Sautee Nacoochee Center.
Visitors to the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center will travel back in time and experience Christmas during the 1860s through a living history demonstration on the McDaniel Farm.