The Man in Black is back - or, at least, the next best thing.
The annual Gillsville Folk Pottery Festival is scheduled for 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 5, at Gillsville City Park north of town.
It's full steam ahead for the annual Railroad Days Festival in Lula.
On Saturday some of the Army's finest soldiers will demonstrate the skills and professionalism of the American Ranger for Camp Merrill's Open House.
The Gwinnett Environmental & Heritage Center invites visitors to step back in time to a one-room schoolhouse from the 19th century.
Several new pieces of art have been installed around North Georgia College & State University's campus as the third annual North Georgia Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition begins its yearlong run.
Nine world-class musicians will bring their talents to North Georgia College & State University for the inaugural North Georgia Chamber Music Festival, which features four programs of music over two weekends in June.
"It's our end-of-the-year performance that we love to do," said Tanya Glosson, past president of the nonprofit's board of directors. "It's light and fun."
The Ludwig Symphony Orchestra will present "A Cherry Blossom Mother's Day Tribute" at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 5, at the Fine Arts Center of Alpharetta High School.
A mix of styles and life experiences come together in a new art exhibit opening this month at Brenau University.
The Voices of North Georgia are looking to make new fans with its "Classic Voices" concert this weekend.
The Freight Hoppers, one of the nation's premier string bands, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 28, in a concert to benefit the Habersham Community Theater.
Spring art exhibitions will be on display at the Quinlan Visual Arts Center in Gainesville through June 9, offering a variety of works from six artists.
This weekend, downtown Gainesville will be a flurry of activities proving why Hall County is the "Poultry Capital of the World."
Dr. James Mellichamp, interim president and provost at Piedmont College, will perform a concert of organ music at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 29, in the Piedmont College Chapel on the Demorest campus.
Christmas comes early to Gainesville when Christmas on Green Street takes over the downtown area Dec. 7.
As twinkling lights are strung and the scent of pine lingers through the air, the Northeast Georgia community prepares for the Christmas season. Along with the numerous activities planned in the Gainesville area, surrounding cities and towns have their fair share of events planned to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year.
Christmas is even bigger and better this year, thanks to Flowery Branch and its dedicated elves.
As the holiday season hits full swing, many college and community choirs will warm up their voices to sing the holy hymns and seasonal songs in annual Christmas concerts.
While many young children clamor for time on Santa's lap to share their Christmas gift list, the Wauka Mountain Multiple Intelligences Academy is offering kids a chance to eat with the jolly old elf.
As the holiday decorations go up around town, a handful of business owners will invite tourists into their abodes for the annual Holiday Tour of Dahlonega Bed & Breakfast Inns.
With Thanksgiving focused on the family and Black Friday focused on shopping, the North Georgia Zoo and Petting Farm focuses this weekend on the real reason for the season.
Falling asleep underneath the Christmas tree doesn't always cue a dance number, but when it does, it always brings a nutcracker to life.
Two days after indulging in a turkey and all kinds of sides plus the leftovers, North Georgia residents can shake their groove thing and shed some pounds at the monthly contra dance in Sautee Nacoochee.
The family favorite "Madeline's Christmas" and David Sedaris' comedic gem "The Santaland Diaries" will return to Horizon Theatre this holiday season to entertain young and old alike.
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