The Piedmont College Cantabile will perform "Something Old, Something New" in a 5 p.m. free concert Oct. 30 at Brooks Hall in the Center for Worship and Music on the Demorest campus.
Award-winning author and journalist Melissa Fay Greene will visit North Georgia College & State University on Nov. 1 to talk about her latest nonfiction book, a story about she and her husband raising their own four children and five others adopted from foreign orphanages.
The second annual Giant Book Sale is scheduled for Thursday through Sunday in the Westminster Presbyterian Church gymnasium, 1397 Thompson Bridge Road, Gainesville.
Just 12 actors will perform 57 roles in A.R. Gurney's "The Dining Room," in Riverside Military Academy's Sandy Beaver Center Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 18 and 1 p.m. Oct. 20. Admission is free.
If those clear blue fall skies look inviting these days, there's a way to get a closer look at them.
Trying your hand a game of chance could land you prizes while helping a child in need.
The Lilies of the Valley, 10 women who sing in exquisite harmony, return for their annual concert at 8 p.m. Oct. 20-21 at the Sautee Nacoochee Center.
Atlanta actor Brad Sherrill's upcoming performances bring the four Gospels to life and breathe life into the new Gainesville Theatre Alliance Southern Stage, a new venture at Buford's new Sylvia Beard Theatre.
Years before gold was discovered in California, the nation's first big rush for the shiny metal descended upon Dahlonega.
A film on the horrors of the modern day human slave trade will be screened Oct. 23 in Gainesville.
It's that time of year to do the time warp again: The Habersham Community Theater is bringing "The Rocky Horror Show" back the next two weekends.
The Georgia Mountain Players are out to show the lighter side of heaven.
The first in a series of monthly talks titled "Sense and Sustainability" is scheduled for 5-6 p.m. Oct. 23 at Brenau University in the SUB (second floor of the Tea Room).
Nothing like a little "nunsense" to brighten up your weekend.
You don't need to visit Alta Vista Cemetery to get in touch with the dearly departed.
Education and fun don't always go together, but two agencies are seeking to change that.
Three women with roots steeped in Appalachian traditions will share their talents in concert Saturday in Sautee Nacoochee.
"You guys wanna go see a dead body?"