The United Way of Habersham, Rabun & Banks counties will hold its annual Family Fun Fest from 4-10 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25 at the Recreation Center in Clarkesville.
The Quinlan Visual Arts Center is ready to showcase the latest exhibits with a reception from 5-7 Thursday, Aug. 16.
Glory, Hope & Life has found a way to give the best of both worlds to the folks who love fall sports and those who love helping others.
In a world overflowing with gidgets and gadgets, sometimes it's nice to get back to the basics.
Fans of folk art won't want to miss this weekend's Folk Fest exhibit at the North Atlanta Trade Center in Norcross.
Most folks in these parts are familiar with Chief Whitepath's cabin exhibit at the Northeast Georgia History Center, but this week, visitors will be able to submerse themselves even more in Native American culture.
Captain Planet may have been a cartoon character, but this weekend, Smithgall Woods State Park visitors will have the opportunity to walk in his environmental protection footsteps.
Herbs, those mystical, magical, wild, exotic plants from around the world have been the currency of kings, the pharmacy of healers and the delight of cooks from the dawn of time.
There may have been different faces cast over the years, but for two decades members of the Georgia Mountain Players have performed "Smoke on the Mountain" to sold-out audiences.
This weekend, it's all about the bass.
It would probably be impossible to pinpoint what it is about big trucks that fascinates small children. Whether it's the sirens, shiny paint or sheer size - children love them.
The recent tragedy on Lake Lanier will bring together four counties this weekend.
If you're eager for a taste of the grape this weekend, the Dahlonega Wine Trail may be for you.
Alternative rock band Vertical Horizon will be the featured performer in Suwanee's free annual summer concert Saturday, Aug. 11.
The Peach State Mounted Shooters are saddled up and ready to wrangle a few prizes this weekend during the Bulldog Double Point Brawl and the Double Point Yellow Jacket Attack.
With Easter three days away, area children can still search for hidden Easter eggs on a historic locale in Gainesville.
Celebrities from Gainesville to Atlanta will take orders instead of giving them as they work as food servers tonight at Mellow Mushroom.
Before telephones - whether it was a landline or cellphone - citizens wanting to connect to others across the country or world used a ham radio.
Classic and modern Broadway show tunes and classic hymns will be heard across college and church campuses alike this month.
Men and women will don their old work clothes to walk along the shoreline or wade into and paddle on the water to help clean debris from the county's rivers and lakes next weekend.