The Northeast Georgia History Center has several events aimed at getting families together to learn about the past.
The Atlanta Pops Orchestra will bring its fusion of symphonic versions of popular tunes to the Sautee Nacoochee Center this weekend.
In celebration of National Grandparents Day, the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center invites people to step back in time and discover their family's history.
DAHLONEGA - "Affrilachia in Words and Images," a series examining the African-American experience in Appalachia, continues at North Georgia College & State University this fall with an art exhibit featuring Marie T. Cochran, who will be in Dahlonega throughout September working on her installation.
Pro wrestling fans will get a chance to see some of the stars of the sport, including a hometown favorite, when the TNA Impact Wrestling World Tour visits Gainesville on Saturday, Sept. 8.
The 17th annual Atlanta Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival is set for Saturday at the Lake Lanier Olympic venue on Clarks Bridge Road.
Cinema buffs can mark their calendars for the coming months as the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers is set.
Chicago's popular sketch-comedy theatre show, "The Second City: Laughing Matters" will appear at 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 6, at North Georgia College & State University in Dahlonega.
Get ready to stomp the vineyard. The final touches are being put in place for Yonah Mountain Vineyards' third annual harvest celebration.
The fourth annual Folk Pottery Show and Sale is set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 1, at the Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia and Sautee Nacoochee Center.
When was the last time you got your fix of down-home blues?
Allow the kids one last summer indulgence this weekend. The Arts Council will be showing "The Lorax" as the last of its annual summer Movies On The Green series.
Cornelia knows how to celebrate a birthday.
ATLANTA – They won't be around to blow out the candles, but dinosaurs are getting a birthday party nonetheless.
For the last decade, kids have flocked to a Gainesville museum to create, imagine and play until their hearts were content.
While Mule Camp Market takes over the Gainesville Square, a downtown bookstore will spill its contents into the old Regions Bank building to sell its products.
Area residents may don costumes and enter the forest at night for a fun, non-scary adventure next weekend.
Classical fairy tale characters come together in song and dance as the Spartan Players of West Hall High School present "Into the Woods" today and Saturday.
Find your appetite while you find your way out of the corn this fall. Then have yourself a piece of pumpkin pie.