Nationally acclaimed arborist, champion tree hunter and hemlock hero Will Blozan will be the keynote speaker at Save Georgia's Hemlocks' annual meeting and members picnic Sunday, July 14, at Lake Winfield Scott.
BlueBilly Grit, the 2012 winner of Telluride Bluegrass Festival, has returned to Georgia to play packed houses and festivals throughout the South including the inaugural North Georgia Bluegrass Jam at the Habersham Mill Complex in Clarkesville.
Dingo Race Productions LLC will host two cycling events - one Flowery Branch on July 13 and one in Oakwood on July 14.
Tracey Wimpy pulled a handful of her freshly picked green beans from her basket and weighed them out for a customer Saturday morning at the Dahlonega Farmers Market.
From monoplanes to biplanes and helicopters to jets, the 45th annual Cracker Fly-In on Saturday would have had something for aircraft enthusiasts, collectors and restorers, young and old - if the weather had permitted.
"Headwaters: Didja Hear?" a community play by and about the people from Northeast Georgia, is entering its seventh and final year in the Sautee Nacoochee Center's historic gymnasium.
As Northeast Georgia's active senior population grows, a local restaurant has agreed to provide a venue for the 50-plus age bracket to meet, mingle, dine and dance to a DJ or band.
Bluegrass music and classic rock tunes will reverberate from inside The Crimson Moon Cafe in Dahlonega this weekend.
Perpetual e-Motion, a Maine-based duo playing a cross of traditional, jazz and world music, will be in concert from 6-8 p.m. Sunday, July 7, at Inman Perk Coffee on the downtown Gainesville square.
A special raffle on Friday, July 5, during the Music Pickin' on the Porch at InsideOut Sautee will benefit the Charles Smithgall Humane Society and Animal Shelter.
A God and Country Rally will be at 11 a.m. Sunday, July 7, at Flat Creek Baptist Church, 5504 Flat Creek Road, in Gainesville.
Independence Day has arrived and several places will explode with excitement this weekend as fireworks light up the skies of Northeast Georgia. If you are looking to celebrate with firepower, check out the following locales and head out for some fun.
A Suches tradition will continue Thursday, July 4, unless rain causes the event to be rescheduled for the weekend, according to its website.
It is likely if you listen to country music, you know a song Tony Arata has written.
Jamie Laval, U.S. National Scottish Fiddle Champion and touring Celtic music performer, has followed his passion for music throughout the United States, Canada, Scotland, Europe and even Hong Kong.
Marrying the past and present proves to be an easy task for clarinetist Evan Christopher.
"Something wicked this way comes" to the Swanson Center Mainstage as Piedmont College Theatre presents a new telling of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
The Sautee Nacoochee Center is seeking to indulge the senses of taste, sight and sound with its Art Things and Love dinner and dessert show on Valentine's Day.
Bird watchers of all ages will join forces to count the feathered friends all across North America for four days.
The band Windmill will blow back into town for a concert and contra dance this weekend.
Sounds from stringed instruments will fill the air as the Georgia Pick & Bow Traditional Music School kicks off its 2015 fundraiser in Dahlonega.