Children will be on a candy overload even before Halloween thanks to the Trick or Treat on the Trail.
Some say truth is scarier than fiction. And now you can learn some of Gainesville's scary truths.
Since 2010, the Secret Santa Car Show has been bringing a time of "family, fellowship, and fun" to Oakwood.
Every year, adult mummies and witches bring their tiny superheroes and pirates to the Mother-Son Halloween Dance.
While children chow down on sugary sweets for Halloween, adults may sip on wine at the Wine-O-Ween Spooktacular.
Avid cyclists wishing to watch Mother Nature's masterpiece of fall color arrive and endure a workout as well may have the opportunity to do both in Northeast Georgia.
Legendary basketball players from the Harlem Globetrotters as well as the NBA and NFL will take on area celebrities for a good cause in Gainesville.
Diane Speight has always had a "lifelong interest" in art, telling various stories through collages.
Celtic tunes will have toes tapping and heads bobbing as U.S. National Scottish Fiddle Champion Jamie Laval performs in downtown Dahlonega.
Residents ready to spend an evening listening to the classics and maybe even Christmas will be glad to hear the fall musical season has begun.
As Halloween edges near, visitors to Uncle Shuck's Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch will find scarier scenes at the farm in Dawsonville.
Mother-Son Halloween dance
Literary characters and legendary authors will resume their earthly lives for one night at Abra Kadaver in Dahlonega.
For longer than the Quinlan Visual Arts Center has been called "Quinlan," the arts organization is holding to its 69-year-old tradition of honoring its members with a unique showcase.
Tricking and treating doesn't have to stop when you're too old to fit into a child-size costume.
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The Coca-Cola Santa image has been making appearances in advertisements and on bottles during the Christmas season for generations.
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