What do you get when you mix 28,000 eggs, life-sized Cabbage Patch Kids and hundreds of excited visitors?
The fifth film in The Arts Council's Independent Film Series, "A Gift For The Village" will be screened March 23 at The Arts Council Smithgall Arts Center, 331 Spring St. SW, Gainesville.
The annual Hall County 4-H Cops and Kids Target Challenge is set for this weekend at Chicopee Woods Agricultural Center in Gainesville.
When the national touring company of "Fiddler on the Roof!" takes the stage Saturday, March 24, at the Classic Center in Athens, audience members may find that the lead actor, John Preece as Tevye, looks familiar.
The Golden Eagle Band of North Georgia College & State University will present its annual drum corps style show at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 24, at Curtis Hall Gymnasium on the Riverside Military Academy campus.
A true jazz headliner will blow into town when the Wycliffe Gordon Trio performs Saturday, March 24, in The Arts Council's Evenings Of Intimate Jazz series.
It's going to be a busy weekend in Gainesville as the city's Parks and Recreations gets set to hold two big events in as many days.
The Gainesville Ballet Company's cool cat production of "Alice in Wonderland" is sure to be a swinging good time.
Brenau University's Department of Music will present, "Il Portale Musicale," a celebration of a variety of classical music styles, at 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 26, at Brenau's Pearce Auditorium.
The Quinlan Visual Arts Center has rolled out the red carpet for the community's youngest artists.
If you've been missing the Gainesville Symphony Orchestra concerts and programs, here's your opportunity to help bring them back.
The beauty of spring will be on display to runners taking part in the Trillium Trek Trail Run on Saturday, March 24, at Elachee Nature Science Center.
The Lanier Chamber Singers, a 36-voice mixed ensemble, will present "A Night at the Opera" this weekend.
The 40-voice Piedmont College Chamber Singers will perform a spring concert at 7:30 p.m. March 15 in the campus chapel in Demorest.
Many who follow the Gainesville music scene will recognize front man and guitar extraordinaire Ted Tuck from King Daddy Polecats, among other bands, belting out old rockabilly and Johnny Cash tunes.
After an 18-year-old man from a slum neighbor stood trial on the charges of fatally stabbing his father, 12 men head into the jury room to decide the teenager's fate.
Everyday life and symbolic works will adorn the halls of the Sautee Nacoochee Center for the next couple of months during an invitational exhibition.
As the Easter bunny prepares to make the rounds on Sunday, children will have the opportunity to meet his relatives this weekend at the North Georgia Zoo.
John King's high-energy country-driven Southern sound and the bluesy, jazzy sound of The Lefty Williams Band will collide for one night.
Contra dancers may get carried away with the music two nights in a row.
The Cornelia Apple Blossom BBQ Festival returns to downtown for its third year.
The search is on for men and women with acting talent to fill the roles of two one-act plays and a Southern comedy set for production this spring and summer at Habersham Community Theatre.
"The more I know of the world, the more I am convinced that I shall never see a man whom I can really love. I require so much!"
Rhythms and beats of jazz will bounce off the walls at The Arts Council Smithgall Arts Center as the Steve Cunningham Trio performs Saturday night.
Hunting season is here! Egg hunting, that is.
Painting of wildlife, rural life and surreal images as well as clay and bronze sculptures will adorn the walls and floor space for the spring exhibition at Quinlan Visual Arts Center in Gainesville.
Using an inner-city school to experiment with a new and unconventional education approach is the focus of the independent film "The New Public."
Sounds of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his final moments on the Earth gleaned from the works of the Gospels will reverberate through the air during a Holy Week concert in Demorest.
"Down on Skid Row, where the food is slop ... and the rainbow's just a no show," hapless Seymour Krelborn tends to the barren florist shop that has housed him for all of his orphaned life. Day in and day out, he works alongside his unrequited love, Audrey, until a total eclipse of the sun brings life to a carnivorous plant.
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