The Northeast Georgia History Center is turning its spotlight on "Fruits of the Fall" for its Family Day.
Three sure signs of autumn: The air gets cooler, the leaves turn color and the fall festival comes to town.
Corn mazes aren't what they used to be - they're bigger and better than ever.
The Spokes for Speech bike ride fundraiser is set for Saturday, Oct. 8. The ride begins at 8 a.m. along a 20-, 40- or 60-mile route beginning and ending at North Hall High School, 4885 Mount Vernon Road in Gainesville. All riders receive a T-shirt and a goody bag. The cost is $35 per rider; all proceeds benefit the Northeast Georgia Speech Center. Register at 770-534-5141 or online. Riders under age 13 must ...
Fans of Big Band music won't want to miss the Glenn Miller Orchestra performing at 7 p.m. Oct. 11 in Hodgson Concert Hall at the UGA Performing Arts Center.
The Tiberius String Quartet from Romania will perform at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 6 at in the Piedmont College Chapel on Central Avenue in Demorest.
Comedian Joe Zimmerman will perform Oct. 7 at Buford Variety Theater. Named Charlotte's Comedian of the Year by Creative Loafing Magazine in 2006, he was nominated in 2009 by Rooftop Comedy for the Golden Shingle Award given to the most outstanding rising star in comedy. Tat year, Punchline Magazine called Zimmerman one of the top comics to emerge from the NC Comedy Arts Festival. Zimmerman tours with the Beards of Comedy, who recently recorded their ...
Families can experience farm life firsthand at the Touch a Tractor Family Event set for Oct. 8-9 at McDaniel Farm Park in Duluth.
Cyclists are gearing up for the third annual Good News for Gainesville benefit bike ride set for Oct. 1.
Photographers in Clarkesville will be in stride with others from all over the world as the city takes part in the Worldwide Photo Walk on Oct. 1.
Pet-lovers and their four-legged friends will soon converge on Laurel Park for a weekend of animal-inspired fun.
Some of the most popular works in theater history will be part of the Piedmont College Theatre's 2011-2012 season.
As a published author, Jack McDevitt knows a thing or two about "How to Get Your Work Rejected."
October brings more with it besides turning leaves and cooler temperatures. It also marks the fall Blue Sky Concert Series in downtown Gainesville.
Green Fest, an event full of fun and information about sustainability and the environment is set for 5-11 p.m. Sept. 29 at North Georgia College & State University in Dahlonega.
Rabun County will see runners, decorators, marchers and Santa invade their stores and streets during a smattering of activities the first two weeks of the holiday shopping season.
Country music singer John Berry will bring his annual Christmas tour to Riverside Academy on Tuesday night to benefit the Gainesville nonprofit organization Challenged Child and Friends.
North Georgia residents can celebrate "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" with the Northwinds Symphonic Band on Tuesday.
Christmas shoppers may fill their bags with items to stuff into stockings at the Helen's sixth annual Christkindlmarkt on Nov. 29 through Dec. 1 and Dec. 7-8.
Gwinnett County's longest-running original theatrical holiday tradition combines the sentimentality of a television variety special with the high energy of a USO show.
This holiday season, Fernbank Museum of Natural History features several ways to celebrate. The museum's holiday programming includes the annual Winter Wonderland: Celebrations & Traditions Around the World exhibition, a Winter Wonderland Celebration Day and Holly Jolly Film Fest, to name a few.
With roots in pure country coming from Johnny Cash and Terry Clark colliding with classic rock influences of Heart and Aerosmith, Hannah Thomas has a unique sound in the music industry.
Celebrate Thanksgiving weekend under the stars with the animals at the North Georgia Zoo in Cleveland.
The city of Dahlonega doesn't just celebrate the Christmas season on Dec. 25. Instead the town adorns itself in tinsel and organizes activities all month long in an Old Fashion Christmas.
Gainesville First United Methodist Church is hosting its 17th annual Christmas is One Language concert this Sunday.
Nashville songwriter Chuck Jones, who has had a number of charting singles on country and pop radio, will perform his rich archive of tunes at 8 p.m. Friday night at The Crimson Moon Cafe in Dahlonega.
Sounds of Thanksgiving and Christmas can be heard in the historic gym at the Sautee Nacoochee Community Association Center soon.