Residents ready to spend an evening listening to the classics and maybe even Christmas will be glad to hear the fall musical season has begun.
As Halloween edges near, visitors to Uncle Shuck's Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch will find scarier scenes at the farm in Dawsonville.
Mother-Son Halloween dance
Literary characters and legendary authors will resume their earthly lives for one night at Abra Kadaver in Dahlonega.
For longer than the Quinlan Visual Arts Center has been called "Quinlan," the arts organization is holding to its 69-year-old tradition of honoring its members with a unique showcase.
Tricking and treating doesn't have to stop when you're too old to fit into a child-size costume.
Fall's arrival inevitably leads to every kind of festival for each town. But one such festival is new to Gainesville.
In 2000, playwrights Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen traveled the United States to document the stories of 40 people wrongly convicted of horrible crimes and later released from death row.
A weekend of celebrating cars, moonshine and the history of Dawson County will benefit the area's children.
Walking among the dead or exploring areas where ghosts may tread seems to be a popular activity during the Halloween season. And sites in White and Banks counties are taking advantage.
Adults donning their favorite costumes can dance with others in disguise at the Halloween Costume Ball in Clarkesville.
Before children head out in costume to collect candy, they can be entertained by characters on stage.
Tent or Treat in Dawsonville
For the 10th time, The Ghastly Dreadfuls will deliver spine-tingling storytelling with a vast cast of characters at the Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta.
Visitors to the Harvest Balloon Festival will have a chance to get a birds-eye view of Flowery Branch on two consecutive days in October.
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Those looking to ring in the new year with a splash will have to wait a few weeks.
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