The UGA Performing Arts Center will present a recital by award-winning teenage pianist George Li at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 2, in Ramsey Concert Hall in Athens.
Get ready to look for some really big Easter eggs this weekend.
The Aspen String Trio will perform at 8 p.m. Thursday, March 28, in the UGA Performing Arts Center's Hodgson Concert Hall.
The University of North Georgia Singers and the Le Belle Voci all-female ensemble will present two "Homecoming" concerts this week.
If you've always wanted to take up an oar and join the sport that brought the Olympics to Lake Lanier, now is your chance.
A series of wildly unexpected and downright funny twists mark the Gainesville Theatre Alliance's SouthernStage production of Alfred Hitchock's "The 39 Steps," opening April 5 at the Buford Community Center.
The Atlanta Film Festival burst into action last weekend, with the much heralded Matthew McConaughey starrer "Mud," a funny, touching ensemble comedy called "Claire's Cambodia," and a sneak preview of the Sundance Channel's first original, scripted series, "Rectify," which was created by Georgia's own Ray McKinnon and films in Griffin.
Brenau University will offer a free presentation by John Muir biographer James Hunt as part of the ongoing "Sense and Sustainability" lecture series at 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 27, in Thurmond McRae Auditorium.
Artists Shirley Hill, Penny Nossett and Kathy Whitehead bill themselves as the "Color Pencil Girls" and visitors to Helen Arts & Heritage Center's upcoming show, "Mountain Matters," will have a chance to see why. The three artists, along with Jared Kaup of lifefire pottery in Toccoa, will display their work as featured artists for the "Mountain Matters" show.
The Lanier Chamber Singers continue bringing vocal variety to the area with the presentation of "Animalia" at 7:30 p.m. March 22 and 4 p.m. March 23.
The Evan Christopher Trio will perform Saturday as part of the Arts Council's Evenings Of Intimate Jazz series.
The Tony Award-winning Broadway show "The Drowsy Chaperone" is playing through April 14 at the Aurora Theatre in Lawrenceville.
The 17th annual Bear on the Square Mountain Festival has scheduled its Master Classes for Sunday, April 21, at the Historic Vickery House, home of the Georgia Appalachian Studies Center of the University of North Georgia.
Georgia's State Parks are offering a new loyalty program just for tent campers. GeoCamp club members earn every 10th night of camping for free, and there's no cost for membership.
The annual Trillium Trek Trail Run road race is set for Saturday, March 23, at Chicopee Woods.
One prophecy from three witches leads a Scottish general to take the throne of Scotland by force. This Shakespearean tale will be told within the walls of the historic Holly Theater at 69 W. Main St., in Dahlonega this month.
Chasing a white rabbit and racing a dodo bird are all part of Lewis Carroll's famous book starring a young girl named Alice.
Golfers will putt for pets during the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia's 27th annual Dog Day Afternoon Golf Tournament.
Through biodiversity and sustainability, the average gardener may make smarter choices in conjunction with nature.
Giant balloons are once again descending - and ascending, then descending again - into Flowery Branch.
Gold Rush Days celebrating Dahlonega's history during a boom era have been a tradition for ages. And the popular festival invites North Georgians to the annual party next weekend.
Iconic songs and a splash of color are poised to treat the eyes and ears of Gainesville residents next Friday night with The Arts Council's first big event of the new season: "A World Of Art: International Art Exhibition" and 7 Bridges: The Ultimate Eagles Experience.
Many North Georgia artists go unrecognized for their work. But from Oct. 16 to Dec. 6, artists will step into the spotlight in Gainesville.
Playhouse walls will rise with speed, efficiency and artistry during the Habitat for Humanity of Hall County's annual competition and fundraiser at Mule Camp Market this weekend.
While Mule Camp Market takes over the Gainesville Square, a downtown bookstore will spill its contents into the old Regions Bank building to sell its products.
Area residents may don costumes and enter the forest at night for a fun, non-scary adventure next weekend.
Classical fairy tale characters come together in song and dance as the Spartan Players of West Hall High School present "Into the Woods" today and Saturday.
Find your appetite while you find your way out of the corn this fall. Then have yourself a piece of pumpkin pie.