For Harry Potter fans, the end is near. After tomorrow's release of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows, Part 2" fans of the series will no longer have any new material to look forward to. "It's bittersweet. I can't wait to see it, but I hate to see the series end," said Lori Geiger, an Oakwood resident. "It's hard to find something that appeals to everyone in the family, but "Harry Potter" has done that ...
A wide variety of pottery from 26 member artists will be featured in "All Fired Up," opening Friday at the Sautee Nacoochee Center's twin galleries, The Center Gallery and Gallery Too.
Taking in the colors of North Georgia doesn't have to mean a hike through the woods. Instead, take a cool stroll through the gallery at the Helen Arts and Heritage Center.
Chances are if you grew up in the 1980s, you're familiar with the singing, dancing and drama of the hit television show "Fame."
The history of Lake Lanier is often taken for granted. Many people have heard stories and folklore about what lies beneath the surface of the water, but few know the story of how the lake came to be.
With only days left before the works of Auguste Rodin are packed up, North Georgia College & State University is extending the hours of the exhibit "Rodin: The Figure in Bronze."
The Bowen Arts Center in Dawsonville will host a chamber music festival sponsored by Laurel Ridge Music Camp with six performances beginning Tuesday and continuing July 14, 16, 19, 21, and 23.
Interactive Neighborhood for Kids will host children's activities this summer at Lakeshore Mall.
The musical "Oliver" may involve a group of misfit characters, but the production by the Pam Ware Summer Community Theatre group is anything but ragtag.
The George E. Coleman planetarium at North Georgia College & State University is offering a unique look at the night sky this summer.
For the last four decades, fly boys and girls have been heading to the Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport, 1137 Aviation Way, in Gainesville to show off their toys.
Doc Johnson, the Musselwhite Family, Grey Beard and Alex Thomlinson & Friends will delight audiences again this weekend.
Friday is more than just the start of a new month, it's also First Friday in downtown Gainesville.
A whimsical musical tale that brings the history of North Georgia to life will be performed next weekend at the Sautee Nacoochee Center.
Hundreds of North Georgia residents will ignite their of Independence Day celebration at the Gainesville Symphony Orchestra's Patriotic Pops Concert at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in the Brenau University's Amphitheatre.
John Ford Coley and Alex Harvey will kick off the Summer Songwriter Series at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 8, at the Brenau Downtown Center.
The T. W. Holeman Gospel Music Group will pay tribute to retired U.S. Army veteran Master Sgt. Wayne Cantrell and the Veterans Alliance Group with a concert at 11:30 a.m. Sunday, June 9, at The International Apostolic Church of Northeast Georgia, 1029 W. Ridge Road, in Gainesville.
Blending an Alfred Hitchcock thriller with the hilarity of the Monty Python produces Habersham Community Theatre's next play "The 39 Steps."
More than 50 children will sing, dance and act in a musical rendition of Hans Christian Andersen's classic "The Ugly Duckling," as part of the 2013 Pam Ware Summer Community Theatre Children's Musical Theatre Workshop production HONK! Jr.
The inaugural Sheriff's Summer Sprint 5K benefiting the Georgia Sheriff's Youth Homes will be Saturday, June 8, at Allen Creek Soccer Complex, before the Hall County Sheriff's Office training center on Allen Creek Road.
Volunteers with the Yahoola Trails Conservancy have helped the Dahlonega-Lumpkin County Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center launch a complete and accurate new guide to "Hiking Trails in the Dahlonega Area: 22 Trails in the North Georgia Mountains within 32 miles of Dahlonega."
The Bowen Center for the Arts in Dawsonville is displaying the work of artists Ruth I. Money and Ann Goble until July 19.
Dancers ranging in age from high school and college students to adults of all ages will tap their feet to the sounds of fiddle and guitar, banjo and keyboard during Contra Dancing at the Sautee-Nacoochee Community Association Center in Sautee.
Food trucks will return to Suwanee's Town Center Park on Friday, June 7, following a successful event in May.
The city of Helen's 100th birthday is Aug. 18, and the Helen Arts & Heritage Center is asking visitors and residents to thumb through picture albums and search attics for old photos dating back as far as 1913.
The 3 Rings Circus will set up camp Sunday, June 9, in Dahlonega to raise money for five local charities.