For the fourth year in a row, the Gainesville Theatre Alliance is presenting a Valentine of two productions for North Georgia theater patrons in a February Festival of Theatre.
While Valentine's Day usually focuses on lovers, the Mulberry Creek Community Center in Gainesville is hosting a special Father-Daughter Valentine's Dance.
Hearts, Health and History is the theme for the monthly Family Day at the Northeast Georgia History Center.
The Humane Society of Northeast Georgia will host Art with Heart, its annual benefit art auction, from 7-10 p.m. Saturday at the Chattahoochee Country Club.
The classic tale of a pig named Wilbur and his friendship with a barn spider named Charlotte will be revived on the Holly Theater stage in February.
The classic tale of a pig named Wilbur and his friendship with a barn spider named Charlotte will be revived on the Holly Theater stage the first two weekends in February.
Just in time for Valentine's Day, the Crawford W. Long Museum will offer a "Sweet Treat Tips" Lunch and Learn program Feb. 5, at 28 College St. in Jefferson.
Sandy Creek Nature Center naturalists will lead a hike around the property in search of seasonal happenings from 10–11 a.m. Saturday.
The Americana musical, "Tintypes" will hit the high school scene as the Spartan Players of West Hall High School perform the singing numbers and scenes.
The last time Dahlonega's Ryan Conarro was on a local stage was in 1998. At the time, he was a student at North Hall High School and he performed with the Gainesville Theatre Alliance in "Our Town" and "West Side Story."
North Georgia residents may step away from their television sets and enjoy stories the old-fashioned way as Dolores Hydock hosts "An Evening of Stories" on Saturday night in Sautee.
Piedmont College artist-in-residence Jeri-Mae Astolfi will present a piano concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 2, in the college Chapel in Demorest.
Fusing lyrics, music and the revolutionary spirit of the 1960s with the incisive wit of hip hop, Adam Kadmon will perform Friday night at Shenanigans in downtown Dahlonega.
The fictional life of "Harry Potter" introduced readers to the wizarding world. Now, astronomers are using the books and movies to explain the stars since many of the characters names are the names of stars in the sky.
Families may explore the physics behind amusement park rides through the new exhibit at Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center beginning Feb. 1.
Runners can race through the forest, across beautiful creeks and up moderately rolling hills during the 2014 Trillium Trek Trail Run.
Watching the natural explorers of lemurs on the remote island of Madagascar is a sight audiences can see on the IMAX screen when a new documentary opens at Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta.
As Mars begins to appear in the evening April sky, Coleman Planetarium will open its doors to see the red planet at its closest distance to the Earth.
As buds begin bursting on trees, bushes and flowers this spring season, the Hall County Master Gardeners will host its annual Spring Garden Expo this weekend.
Traditional art in oil, watercolor and acrylics as well as modern art such as 3-D images and mixed medium will be in spotlight for the next month at The Bowen Center for the Arts in Dawsonville.
North Georgia fans of author Barbara Brown Taylor can read about her recent experience of exploring the ideas and traditions that equate darkness to the sinister in her new book, "Learning to Walk in the Dark."
As blooms burst forth marking the spring season, three University of North Georgia choirs and music majors celebrate its arrival with a handful of concerts.