A couple of unique performances highlight this year's Broadway in the Park musical by the Suwanee Performing Arts.
If you're a "Parrot Head," or just curious about what that means, make plans to attend the last concert of the 2011 Summer Musicfest season.
The historic Georgia Theatre in downtown Athens is a landmark, both in music and in theater. And that's why so many fans are excited to see it reopen next week.
If you've ever wanted to participate in a duathlon or triathlon, here is your chance. For the second year the Toccoa YMCA is hosting a duathlon and triathlon event Aug. 27 as part of the Y Tri Series.
The costumes may be a complicated kaleidoscope of colors, but the message in the latest Habersham Community Theatre production is simple - don't be afraid to dream.
The Holly Theater in Dahlonega is holding an open audition on Saturday for its children's theater program.
It's the return of the Beetles. Well, sort of.
Let out your inner canine Sunday at the Lumpkin County Humane Society's inaugural Bark in the Park.
If you've ever wanted to travel but don't get out much, head over to Inman Perk Cafe on the downtown Gainesville square.
The Parrotheads are returning to the Arrendale Amphitheater at Piedmont College on Friday, when Jeff Pike and A1A bring their Jimmy Buffett tribute show to Northeast Georgia for a romp in Margaritaville.
With performances from artists like Claire Lynch and the Claire Lynch Band, the Georgia Mountain Fair may be equal parts thrilling rides and musical delights.
Ever wanted to have your art on more than just canvas? How about on a bottle - by the hundreds?
Organizers are bringing the "Soul Man of Beach Music," Craig Woolard, to Lake Lanier Islands on Saturday.
The Circle Ensemble Theatre Company performs Mary Zimmerman's award-winning "Metamorphoses" in and around the pool at Ashford Manor at 8:30 p.m. July 21-23.
Taking in the colors of North Georgia doesn't have to mean a hike through the woods. Instead, take a cool stroll through the gallery at the Helen Arts and Heritage Center.
While Christmas consumerism runs rampant this holiday season, the Environmental and Heritage Center is offering an escape to the hustle and bustle.
A performance troupe will descend on the Gainesville High School stage to recount the tale of a young prince named "Pippin."
As every knows the classic Charles Dickens tale "A Christmas Carol," the Habersham Community Theatre troupe has decided to turn the traditional holiday tale upside down.
Singers have been rehearsing and will be ready to gather on a decorated stage in the shape of a Christmas tree to perform the "Living Christmas Tree" concert next week.
Sautee Nacoochee residents will get into the mood of Christmas with its Community Chorale concert next weekend.
Artwork, leather and handcrafted gifts will fill the rooms for the holiday season at Bowen Center for the Arts in Dawsonville.
Three new promising exhibitions will adorn the walls of the Quinlan Visual Arts Center for the winter season in Gainesville.
World War II, for those a little rusty on their history, wasn't won by Brad Pitt or Gen. Patton or Captain America.
Santa Claus is scheduled to make a special trip to Hall County's community centers this year for breakfast.
Hall County firefighters will hit the pavement in a race to raise money for their injured comrades.
Cheryl Strayed, as played by Reese Witherspoon in Jean-Marc Vallee's "Wild," is, bless the lord, not an easily discernible type.
Christmas comes early to Gainesville when Christmas on Green Street takes over the downtown area Dec. 7.
As twinkling lights are strung and the scent of pine lingers through the air, the Northeast Georgia community prepares for the Christmas season. Along with the numerous activities planned in the Gainesville area, surrounding cities and towns have their fair share of events planned to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year.