Early examples of Georgian folk pottery such as double-handled syrup jugs, utilitarian bowls and pitchers are on display in a special temporary exhibit Saturday at the Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia.
Deemed one of the world's more celebrated musicians, violinist Joshua Bell will perform Tuesday at the University of Georgia.
Fifth Row Center, the community theater group based in Buford, is launching a new round of classes for the next two months.
Chinese acrobats will tumble into Gainesville next Thursday.
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.
With spring officially three weeks away, the late blooms of hellebores are set to open leading Piccadilly Farm to be the site of a spectacular display of thousands of the Lenten Roses in full bloom.
Pastor Grim, Drake Friday, The Gourdhead Cowboys and a radio show gang will tackle the theme, "Summertime," during the Valley Harmony Radio Show.
After being thrown together on two separate occasions, Kyle Obermeier and Jarret Chastain decided to form their own band Roshambeaux.
Most artists need inspiration before starting a work of art. Now, their own inspiring pieces will be on display.
The Spartan Players will turn themselves into ghouls to perform to separate plays while the senior thespians will show off their talents in March.
Challenged Child & Friends will have its 22nd annual 5-kilometer run and 1-mile fun run Sunday.
Original works by artists Bill Davidson, Don Demers and Jay Kemp are among the 100 juried pieces in the 36th annual Quinlan Visual Arts Center Fine Art Auction on Saturday in Gainesville.