As buds begin bursting on trees, bushes and flowers this spring season, the Hall County Master Gardeners will host its annual Spring Garden Expo this weekend.
Traditional art in oil, watercolor and acrylics as well as modern art such as 3-D images and mixed medium will be in spotlight for the next month at The Bowen Center for the Arts in Dawsonville.
North Georgia fans of author Barbara Brown Taylor can read about her recent experience of exploring the ideas and traditions that equate darkness to the sinister in her new book, "Learning to Walk in the Dark."
As blooms burst forth marking the spring season, three University of North Georgia choirs and music majors celebrate its arrival with a handful of concerts.
The local food movement continues to grow in popularity as people become more health conscious and attuned to where their food is originating.
A collection of multitalented musicians with a combined musical experience of more than 160 years will entertain the contra dance audience during its monthly meeting Saturday in Sautee Nacoochee.
The second annual Color Race for Grace is expanding its reach this year with a race expo the day before the 5-kilometer race and 1-mile walk.
A 5,000-meter "Run for Zyah" will be this Saturday in Gainesville to benefit the nonprofit organization, Families of Spinal Muscular Atrophy.
Cancer patients are seen as warriors fighting against an invasion of abnormal cells in their own bodies.
Dogs will show off their talents and trick as well as strut their stuff during the Mutts on Main this Saturday in downtown Gainesville.
Bicyclists will whiz across Hall County roads this weekend during the third annual Gainesville Gran Prix.
The Roaring 20s will rise again Friday night in Jackson County as part of "The Great Catsby" gala at the Braselton-Stover House.
A concert benefitting the local Disabled American Veterans Chapter 17 will take place Saturday night at Riverside Military Academy in Gainesville.
Sounds of Frederic Chopin, Johannes Brahms and Sergei Prokofiev will waft through the air of Hoag Auditorium on the University of North Georgia's Dahlonega as Joe Chapman pounds out the notes in a free piano concert Saturday night.
Brenau University is hoping to bring a big-city art scene to small-town Gainesville starting Saturday.
Jim McBride began writing songs at 12 years old but never dreamed of it becoming his career until 20 years later.
Not everyone can say they've lasted 50 years in the music business. But Gary Nicholson, who is in his mid-60s, can.
Putting the sizzle in the summer at Horizon is the world premiere of Darren Canady's "Right On," a soul-filled story with laughter, tears and a funky beat.
Two masters in the fields of photography and painting are the featured artists at the Bowen Center for the Arts in Dawsonville.
If you think you can take the heat, then register for the Hot Pursuit Summer 5-kilometer race held by the Hall County Sheriff's office on Saturday.
Stephanie Grafton, 47, has dealt with mental and physical handicaps since birth.
Borrowed from the classic film comedy "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," the Holly Theater will retell the same story in "Spamalot" this weekend in Dahlonega.
Visitors will have the opportunity to get up close with dozens of lizards, snakes, turtles and even a few amphibians during Fernbank Museum's annual Reptile Day.
Singers and nonsingers rejoice as Main Street Gainesville's karaoke summer kickoff is back for a second year.
Unique art and fine crafts will adorn the Lake Rabun Pavilion during the eighth annual Art at the Lake Show and Sale.
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?"
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