Constant gardeners can indulge in the passion or increase their knowledge at the monthly gardening series at Gardens on Green.
Quinlan Visual Arts Center recognized local artists for their skills and creativity during the 66th annual Members' Exhibition opening reception last week in Gainesville.
Young swashbucklers can meet fellow pirates and learn the art of sword fighting as well as play pirate-themed games Saturday during a Pirate Party Fundraiser.
Musicians from Korea, Peru and Atlanta will kick off the Ludwig Symphony Orchestra's 17th season with "An International Festival Concert" at 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3 at the Gwinnett Center-Performing Arts Center.
Discovering and recognizing talented but unknown high school artists in the North Georgia area is the goal of the Ninth Congressional District's art competition.
An adaptation of the "Tridentine Requiem Mass" completed by John Rutter in 1985 will be performed by the chancel choir of First Presbyterian Church of Gainesville with several guest musicians from the Atlanta area at 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3.
Book and art lovers can get together on Nov. 2 as the Piedmont College Barnes & Noble Bookstore in Demorest holds a signing party for five local authors at the adjacent Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art.
Local figures from the Civil War to the early 20th century will tell their tales when the Crawford Long Museum Association and Jefferson Community Theatre presents the second Haints and Saints cemetery tours this weekend.
BabyLand General Hospital in Cleveland is widely known to be a great local attraction for kids, but the Cabbage Patch will host the "Swamp People" this weekend.
Dustin Wilkes, a University of North Georgia student who has performed with music legends such as Willie Nelson, will be a guest performer as the university explores American music Saturday at the UNG campus in Gainesville.
With Halloween just a week away, many people are wondering what events are taking place and where they can trick or treat with their children.
While his name graces multiple community institutions, including a restaurant and a major medical clinic housing numerous specialties, the man known as "Lee's Old War Horse" is little known in Gainesville.
For the world's longest-running floating craps game, there's a good chance any wager will appeal - even if you have to fly to Havana to improve the odds.
Fall ArtFest 2013 co-hosted by Burnt Burbon Pottery Gallery & Studio and Tanyard Branch Heritage Center will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at 330 Foster St. in Cornelia.
University of North Georgia is showcasing many artists at their galleries on the Dahlonega and Gainesville campuses, respectively.
Rabun County will see runners, decorators, marchers and Santa invade their stores and streets during a smattering of activities the first two weeks of the holiday shopping season.
Country music singer John Berry will bring his annual Christmas tour to Riverside Academy on Tuesday night to benefit the Gainesville nonprofit organization Challenged Child and Friends.
North Georgia residents can celebrate "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" with the Northwinds Symphonic Band on Tuesday.
Christmas shoppers may fill their bags with items to stuff into stockings at the Helen's sixth annual Christkindlmarkt on Nov. 29 through Dec. 1 and Dec. 7-8.
Gwinnett County's longest-running original theatrical holiday tradition combines the sentimentality of a television variety special with the high energy of a USO show.
This holiday season, Fernbank Museum of Natural History features several ways to celebrate. The museum's holiday programming includes the annual Winter Wonderland: Celebrations & Traditions Around the World exhibition, a Winter Wonderland Celebration Day and Holly Jolly Film Fest, to name a few.
With roots in pure country coming from Johnny Cash and Terry Clark colliding with classic rock influences of Heart and Aerosmith, Hannah Thomas has a unique sound in the music industry.
Celebrate Thanksgiving weekend under the stars with the animals at the North Georgia Zoo in Cleveland.
The city of Dahlonega doesn't just celebrate the Christmas season on Dec. 25. Instead the town adorns itself in tinsel and organizes activities all month long in an Old Fashion Christmas.
Gainesville First United Methodist Church is hosting its 17th annual Christmas is One Language concert this Sunday.
Nashville songwriter Chuck Jones, who has had a number of charting singles on country and pop radio, will perform his rich archive of tunes at 8 p.m. Friday night at The Crimson Moon Cafe in Dahlonega.
Sounds of Thanksgiving and Christmas can be heard in the historic gym at the Sautee Nacoochee Community Association Center soon.