The Crawford Long Museum and Shields Ethridge Heritage Farm offers a combined tour day on select Thursdays for groups to more discover two of Jackson County's gems.
The Dahlonega First Friday Night Concert Series kicks off Friday night with husband and wife duo of Tom and Juli Theobald.
Looking for a fresh way to spend a weekend in the mountains? The inaugural Georgia Mountains Farm Tour will showcase some of the farms, farmers, markets, community gardens and restaurants that supply food in Northeast Georgia.
From staff reports
The Arts Council's Summer Musicfest and Movies on the Green series continue Tuesday, July 3, with a mix of favorites to get you revved up for the July Fourth holiday.
Independence Day celebrations will get off to an explosive start at the Gainesville Symphony Orchestra's Patriotic Pops Concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Brenau University's Amphitheatre.
Every summer, holiday revelers look forward to celebrating America the beautiful with July Fourth barbecues and firework displays.
Utah may be a ways off from Montego or Kokomo, but it brought local band Carl Dylan closer to a rendezvous with the Beach Boys than a tropical vacation ever could.
Kick off your week of patriotic celebrations by taking in a concert by The U.S. Army Ground Forces Band and Jazz Guardians, part of The Arts Council's Smithgall Arts Center Summer Musicfest Series.
The Lanierland Amateur Radio Club will be participating in the annual Field Day exercise on Saturday June 23 at Oakwood City Park on Railroad Street in Oakwood.
Visitors to this weekend's Chattooga River Festival may be able to squint downriver and see shadows of Burt Reynolds and Jon Voight paddling the river to the echoes of "Dueling Banjos."
The Sautee Nacoochee Community Chorale will launch its summer music program with concerts at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday June 22-23 and 2 p.m. Sunday, June 24.
Ever wonder how painters do what they do?
North Georgia Theatre at Piedmont College will leave you laughing in its final show of the summer season with performances of "Nunsense" the next two weekends.
Dust off your cowboy hats and shine up your boots because it's time for the 23rd annual Mountain Top Rodeo.
Education and fun don't always go together, but two agencies are seeking to change that.
Three women with roots steeped in Appalachian traditions will share their talents in concert Saturday in Sautee Nacoochee.
"You guys wanna go see a dead body?"