Gainesville State College's annual "Big Band Show" is set for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday in GSC's Ed Cabell Theatre.
DAHLONEGA - Storyteller and author Carmen Agra Deedy will speak and hold a workshop March 5 at North Georgia College & State University as part of the annual Hoag Lecture Series.
Spring is on the way, and many folks are making plans for the warmer weather. If your spring and summer plans include a hike on the Appalachian Trail, you should beat feet to Amicalola Falls State Park this weekend for the Appalachian Trail Celebration and Backpacking Clinic. For a 10th year, the celebration and clinic is being hosted to educate hikers and give them a chance to mingle with other like-minded outdoor enthusiasts. The event ...
If the winter doldrums have you down, Habersham Community Theatre has the antidote this weekend as it opens the hilarious adult-situation farce "Lend Me A Tenor."
The Northeast Georgia History Center is exhibiting "Quilts, Coverlets, and the Craftspeople of Northeast Georgia" in the rotating gallery. Designed and produced by Jeff Pierce, History Center volunteer and Board of Directors member, the exhibit explores the role of quilts in history.
It isn't everyday that art connoisseurs get the opportunity to acquire a new, favorite piece while helping out a good cause, but they'll get to do just that this week at the Quinlan Visual Arts Center.
DAHLONEGA - One of the best-loved "battle of the sexes" is back, with Wild West flare. Cowboy boots, whips and lassos give a biting punch to a classic.
If you like the classics, no doubt you will like the sound of Gainesville's own band, Longstreet Station.
With the help of an 11-year-old trumpet prodigy, the Northwinds Symphonic Band is planning an Oscar-worthy tribute to the silver screen.
The Gainesville Ballet Company has found a way to put tiny dancers right in the middle of a classic fairy tale.
A handful of choral groups will join for a Church Choir Festival at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26, at Dahlonega United Methodist Church.
The Northeast Georgia Historical & Genealogical Society is on a mission to show that tracing your family's roots can be fun.
To help get past the coldest day of the year, think about the strains of great music and the aroma of great barbecue awakening the senses on a balmy Appalachian morning.
DAHLONEGA - North Georgia College & State University's nationally recognized Golden Eagle Band will be performing free shows throughout Northeast Georgia this spring, presenting its annual large-scale production, this year called "Magick."
"Headwaters: Didja Hear?," the acclaimed community story performance, has scheduled auditions from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Sautee Nacoochee Center.
Charles Dickens' classic tale "A Christmas Carol" will be performed at Habersham Theater in Clarkesville.
More than 100 singers will don costumes and climb into an ornately decorated stage in the shape of a Christmas tree to perform the annual "Living Christmas Tree" concert this weekend.
Cornelia residents may create magical holiday memories through an abundance of activities Friday night at the Community House and in Cornelia City Park.
In the spirit of the original "Hee Haw" television variety show, the children at Corner-Stone Church are performing an original Christmas musical titled "A Hee Haw Christmas."
After playing festivals throughout the South including the inaugural North Georgia Bluegrass Jam at the Habersham Mill Complex in Clarkesville, BlueBilly Grit will return to Grant Street Music Room for a Saturday night performance.
The Sautee Nacoochee Community Chorale celebrates 25 years of performing with its annual holiday concerts all weekend long.
Gainesville children may have more than just the brief time to talk with Santa when sitting on his lap thanks to the Gainesville Phoenix Woman's Club and the Hall County Parks and Recreation department.
Eagle Wings Production presents Beth Henley's 1981 Pulitzer-Prize winner, "Crimes of the Heart" this week at Chestatee High School.
Gainesville residents may feast on the sounds of Italy during "An Italian Christmas" at First Presbyterian Church in Gainesville.
Regardless of which church you attend, it's likely you have heard the story behind the Christmas season. But some people need reminding.
Singing portions of Handel's "Messiah," the Voices of North Georgia will perform "Unto Us a Child is Born!" along with several other new and old winter songs.
Gainesville's most iconic thoroughfare will close down Sunday, making way for the annual holiday parade and community celebration, Christmas on Green Street.
Whether it is spent sitting around a Christmas tree sipping hot cocoa or outside pelting each other with snowballs, the holidays are a time to celebrate with loved ones and reminisce about past festivities. This year, Gainesville Ballet is celebrating its past with its 40th anniversary season and a rendition of "The Nutcracker."
Children and their parents may create Christmas decorations Sunday at the Northeast Georgia History Center in Gainesville.
"Mame," the Tony award-winning musical that played on Broadway for 1,508 performances, will be the Christmas musical at the Holly Theater this month.
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