The Georgia Mountain Players are preparing to bring the Christmas spirit to town now with their rendition of "The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge" to be performed over the next two weeks.
The American Photographic Artists' exhibit, "A Hundred Beautiful Things," will be displayed through October in Atlanta as part of Atlanta Celebrates Photography.
Although the storm clouds are expected to roll away by Friday, another front will be moving in this weekend: the annual Harvest Balloon Festival.
Gold was first discovered in Dahlonega in 1828, and the town since has been associated with the mineral. And it remains the theme for Dahlonega's Gold Rush Days fall festival, annual on the third weekend in October.
Although the Quinlan Visual Arts Center typically invites visiting artists to display their work, the center's latest exhibit hits a little closer to home.
Ricky Skaggs can trace the beginning of his career in bluegrass to a high school stage in Martha, Ky.
Christmas in October? Well, it's not quite time to hang the stockings, but Santa will be making an early stop in Oakwood again this year.
The Gainesville Theatre Alliance decided to open its theater season with something big - a rendition of "James and the Giant Peach."
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.
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.
Runners can race through the forest, across beautiful creeks and up moderately rolling hills during the 2014 Trillium Trek Trail Run.
Watching the natural explorers of lemurs on the remote island of Madagascar is a sight audiences can see on the IMAX screen when a new documentary opens at Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta.
As Mars begins to appear in the evening April sky, Coleman Planetarium will open its doors to see the red planet at its closest distance to the Earth.
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.