In light of all the daddy-daughter dances over the past 14 years, Gainesville Parks & Recreation has made sure for the past decade the mother-son duos are not left out.
It will be a beautiful fall day to get out, and up, up and away Saturday at the fourth annual Harvest Balloon Festival at Sterling on the Lake.
After 21 years of captivating audiences, the Georgia Mountain Players theater troupe will close the curtain on their prolific acting careers.
As harvest time arrives in North Georgia, Three Sisters Vineyards pops the top on its annual Swine Wine weekends from Sept. 14 through Oct. 27 with live music, barbecue and wine tasting.
Downtown Gainesville may seem shut down this weekend because of street closures. But it will be very much alive with the festivities of the 2013 Mule Camp Market.
Fall is breezing its way through the North Georgia mountains, as well as a wave of pumpkin patches and fall festivals to bring the new season to life.
Riverside Military Academy will perform a comedic play penned by iconic comedian and actor Steve Martin today and Sunday in the Sandy Beaver Center Theater on the school's campus.
On Monday, the University of North Georgia's Gainesville campus will screen "Birth of the Living Dead," a documentary about the 1968 horror film "Night of the Living Dead."
Deemed Hall County's largest garage sale, the Junior League of Gainesville-Hall County's annual Thrift Sale will have items ranging from furniture, electronics and housewares to toys and children's clothing.
In October, only one festival gives northeast Georgia the full German experience.
The multiple award-winning Mountain Music and Medicine Show will host its final show Saturday after a 12-year run at the Historic Holly Theatre in Dahlonega.
For more than a dozen years, youth from Flowery Branch Boy Scout Troop 228 have entertained thousands during the annual fall festival on Oct. 5 in Old Town Flowery Branch.
A new musical comedy based on a 1998 movie starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore will reappear on the Chestatee High School stage next week.
On Sunday, Oct. 6, First Presbyterian Church will present two unique musical services, featuring "Come Away to the Skies: A High Lonesome Mass."
A silent auction and a raffle during the Music Pickin' on the Porch at InsideOut Sautee will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Fund.
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The "lightweights" and the "lugs" will be categories of teams competing in the Aug. 27 Tug of Love at Camp Hooray, a special-needs camp off ...
When asked how long he's been interested in art, Clayton Santiago had a simple answer.
It will be a family-oriented fun day like no other.
Local business leaders, pastors, public servants and more are spending their limited free time learning to dance for a good cause.
Barbecue cooks competing for the bragging rights, adults salivating over the drool-worthy dishes, children playing on giant waterslides and entertainer playing live music are all ...
Self-employed as a commercial and advertising artist, Larry Griffeth has been involved with photography for quite some time.
Live music, student performances and fireworks are a few of the highlights of the Starlight Celebration and Concert this year.
Nationally recognized comedy magician Chipper Lowell will entertain guests for a good cause at 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25, at First Baptist Church.
Swimmers of all ages and levels plan to plunge into the waters of Lake Lanier and raise money for early stage cancer research through a ...
Providing therapy to children, tween and teens and adults who are victims of sexual abuse and assault can be costly. Luckily in Hall County, the ...
Artist Victoria Webb has been interested in art all her life, drawing ever since "she was able to hold a pencil."
With young and old playing the game cornhole, the Gainesville Parks and Recreation department is hosting a Cornhole in the Park Tournaments.
Two-dimensional and 3D paintings, glassware and photography from various artists will adorn the walls at the Bowen Center for the Arts for a monthlong exhibit.
Tubing is finally open for the summer.
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