North Georgia's finest athletes finally have a triathlon in Gainesville, with proceeds going toward a good cause.
The third installment in a children's favorite will be featured at movie night July 9 at Braselton Park.
To overcome his tendency to labor over a project, Chris Lundy committed himself to complete one painting a day.
Children and adults alike can splash around downtown Cornelia and get soaked with water as the city hosts its inaugural Beach Bash.
This year, the Fourth of July is set to go off with a bang in Northeast Georgia from the southern city of Buford to the northern Alpine village of Helen.
As the town of Braselton celebrates its 100th anniversary, the slogan "It's Better in Braselton" will take on special meaning July 4.
Many North Georgia families may be interested in spending the long Fourth of July weekend outdoors with their loved ones and furry friends.
Based on the 1992 film, "Sister Act" will entertain Gainesville audiences with its musical numbers and comedy June 29 through July 2.
Artist Roxane Hollosi has a plethora of artwork to her credit since moving to Atlanta, but being selected as a 2016 Free Range Artist thrilled her.
Hiking through the mountains, paddling on the rivers or lakes and swinging through the trees are all activities available to visitors to Georgia's State Parks.
Artist Paul Dunlap has been making art for as long as he can recall. And now his art is literally available for public viewing in Gainesville.
Four bands with repertoires of ranging from country to rock 'n' roll will entertain audiences and raise money for a charity, all under the name of Mitch Farmer.
Nestled in the foothills of the North Georgia mountains are numerous farms, producing endless staples for people across the state.
Eight days before the nation's birthday, a full-size orchestra may get residents in the celebratory spirit with its Patriotic Pops concert.
For basically his whole life, Trevor Ballard has been "doing art … ever since I was little."
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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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