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.
With the Fourth of July just around the corner, many people are looking forward seeing the rockets' red, white and blue glare.
With so many Independence Day celebrations and activities going on at various sites this weekend, it can be difficult to choose where to go.
The fifth annual Brenau Barbecue Championship - the university's annual fundraising event for scholarships - will kick off Memorial Day weekend on the college campus.
The North Georgia Chamber Symphony Inc. will perform four free concerts May 16 through May 18 in Dawsonville, Blairsville, Gainesville and Dahlonega.
The 10th annual Rock in the Spring concert will begin at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 18, at the Brenau University Amphitheatre, featuring the band Mid Life Crisis.
The Sautee Nacoochee Community Chorale will close out its 24th season in style with three concerts this weekend at Sautee Nacoochee Community Association Theater.
When did you become aware of Samabaj, and how did the film project get launched?
About 1,500 butterflies will take flight for the first time to the delight of hundreds of children at the 17th annual Friends of the Parks Butterfly Release.
Do your children know the maiden names of their grandmothers? Do your children know where their grandfathers were born?
The 51st anniversary of the Mountain Laurel Festival will be Saturday, May 18, in Clarkesville.
Joe Gransden and Kenny Banks will close out The Art Council's 2013 concert series "Evenings of Intimate Jazz" with a performance at 8 p.m. Saturday, May 18, at The Arts Council Smithgall Arts Center in Gainesville.
Folk music legend, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist John McCutcheon will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday, May 17, at The Crimson Moon Cafe in Dahlonega.
Jimmy Buffet tribute band Pirates of the Opry will kick off the second annual Hawgin' on Lanier BBQ competition with a benefit concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 17, at Laurel Park.
For a unique experience, stroll through downtown Dahlonega on Saturday, May 11, for the annual Dahlonega Art Trail.
Artists Shirley Hill, Penny Nossett and Kathy Whitehead bill themselves as the "Color Pencil Girls" and visitors to Helen Arts & Heritage Center's upcoming show, "Mountain Matters," will have a chance to see why. The three artists, along with Jared Kaup of lifefire pottery in Toccoa, will display their work as featured artists for the "Mountain Matters" show.
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