In the world of Elvis tribute artists, there are Kings and there are pretenders to the throne.
The third annual Soque Roast, set for Sept. 30 will feature longtime Georgia football coach Vince Dooley and his wife, Barbara.
The 17th annual Foxfire Fall Heritage Festival on Oct. 1 will feature old-fashioned fun, food, crafts and music.
The John Jarrard and Friends Benefit Concert keeps growing bigger every year.
Visitors can celebrate Cleveland's agriculture and its folk pottery tradition Saturday at Agri-Fest Country Market and Pottery Comes to Town, a dual festival that will feature ag-related wares and demonstrations as well as exhibits from several potters from throughout the region.
Elachee Nature Science Center in Gainesville is gearing up for the annual National Public Lands Day activities Sept. 24.
A tasteful blend of food and music with the scenery of Lake Lanier on a beautiful fall evening: Can you top that for a Saturday night outing?
Ben Brady will pull out his personal collection of Native American artifacts Sept. 24 and showcase them at White County Park in Cleveland.
The popular Southern rock band Wet Willie heads a diverse lineup of artists scheduled to perform at the the Sautee Jamboree two-day music and arts festival Sept. 23-24 at the Sautee Nacoochee Center.
For the second annual A Taste of Clarkesville, organizers have come up with an event that's bigger and better than last year's.
The Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia will mark the Smithsonian Institution's annual free museum day Sept. 24.
Organizers are calling this weekend's ConnectAbility 5K-10K run-walk event a "race with a reason."
The Holly Theater in Dahlonega will host performances of "Pump Boys and Dinettes" on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through Oct. 9.
The third annual Stocking Scurry 5-kilometer road race is scheduled for 9 a.m. Sept. 24 in downtown Gainesville.
The inaugural Run in the Foothills 5K road race, a 5-kilometer run/walk and one-mile fun run, is being held Sept. 24 at North Georgia Technical College in Clarkesville.
As the temperatures begin to rise and flowers begin to bloom, the Hall County Master Gardeners are putting the final touches on its upcoming annual Spring Garden Expo.
For the second year in a row, downtown Gainesville will be crammed with people and their four-legged friends for the Mutts on Main event.
Anglers of all ages will vie to be the best fisherman in the 26th annual Helen Trout Tournament this weekend.
While many pieces of art can fill a gallery, it is a rare to see one piece take over one room. But the University of North Georgia has such a piece of art.
The classic tale of a toymaker and his wooden puppet which comes to life will appear on stage in Dahlonega this weekend.
For outdoor enthusiasts, the annual Dahlonega Trail Fest is the event to attend in Northeast Georgia.
Book lovers may rejoice. The annual Literary Festival returns to Dahlonega once more with more than 20 authors schedule to attend this year.
As the Bowen Center for the Arts aims to entertain members and visitors from all across the region, it tries to teach area residents how to create their own arts, too.
Aiming to supply deceased veterans the honor they deserve and ease families' burden of transportation, Donald Ware began a company to provide these services with In Their Honor Transports.
"There's a bright golden haze on the meadow" and "the corn is as high as an elephant's eye" in "Oklahoma!"
Riverside Military Academy cadets will morph into the quirky and memorable characters of one of William Shakespeare's most well-known comedies this week.
Music lovers with an affinity for Johann Sebastian Bach and his other classical friends will be delighted with the upcoming concert from the Lanier Chamber Singers.
Walkers and runners of all shapes, sizes and fitness levels can trek across Riverside Military Academy as part of the annual Chamber Chase next week.
Pet owners seeking an affordable way to care for their four-legged friends will have their chance this weekend.
While the Easter fun comes a little early this year, the Hall County Parks and Leisure Department is having its festivities later in the day to accommodate its new event.
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