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.
The talented dancers of the Gainesville Ballet Company are set to perform the ballet "Mary!" for the second consecutive year next week.
Rude Frenchmen, cancan dancers, the Lady of the Lake and her Laker Girls, Killer rabbits, catapulting cows, and the somewhat odd Knights are the kinds of characters who are part of Jackson County Comprehensive High School's production of "Monty Python's Spamalot!"
Jefferson High School Theatre will transform its school stage into a deep-sea setting for the production of "The Little Mermaid."
Almost 18 years ago, the band Emerald Rose performed its first live professional concert on St. Patrick's Day.
Armed with a powerful personality, passionate expressiveness, gift for communication and outstanding technique, internationally acclaimed concert organist Raúl Ramírez will present a free concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 15, in Demorest.
While spring doesn't officially begin until March 20, the Helen Arts & Heritage decided to celebrate the season of rebirth early with its newest exhibition.
Have you ever wondered how the little Alpine Village of Helen got its name? Have you heard more than one story? Would you like to know the real story?
Using a centuries old wire weaving technique, North Georgia residents can create their own unique sterling silver wire bracelet during a class in Sautee Nacoochee.
Braselton is hosting the new event "Milling Around Downtown" on Saturday, March 14, which could jump-start the town into spring and kick the winter blues to the curb.
Canoes and kayaks will race across Lake Lanier as swiftly as possible Saturday, March 21, in the annual Lula Bridge Race in Gainesville.
While some may not care for the great outdoors, Georgia Foothills chapter of Trout Unlimited works to provide fun and educational activities to the old and young.