Dahlonega's Crimson Moon Café will host award-winning bluegrass vocalist Claire Lynch Saturday in a rare duo setting with acclaimed guitarist Matt Wingate.
Shining a light on the darker side of hospitals, the hard-hitting documentary "Do No Harm" will be screened tonight at the Smithgall Arts Center in Gainesville.
Jitterbugs take note: The Voices of North Georgia are ready to help you swing the night away with their second annual fundraising event.
Jigs and reels, along with traditional Celtic dress and Irish dancers, is what Mickle-A-do has set for Irish Bred Pub this weekend.
Taking a hint from the popularity of trivia at local nightlife venues and eateries, Rachel Spain decided that a trivia tournament would be a perfect way to raise needed funds for The Guest House.
The Fireside Art & Craft Show began 36 years ago when organizers at Unicoi State Park and Lodge wanted to showcase Appalachian culture and draw visitors to the Helen park during a slow time of year.
The Atlanta Film Forum wants to bring together people who are passionate about cinema.
Members of the Colored Pencil Society of America have been hard at work, and the fruits of their labor can be seen on the walls of the Hall County Library.
The Arts Council in Gainesville will present "A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline" as part of its Arts Council Pearce Series Thursday at Brenau University's Hosch Theatre.
The Wild West meets Cirque de Soleil?
If you like eclectic blends of musical styles, the Punch Brothers featuring Chris Thile might be your taste.
Winder - The International Mountain Bicycling Association's Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew will be in Winder Feb. 18-19 to talk trails, teach people proper trail building technique and spend quality time digging in the dirt. The visit is one of about 70 stops on the 2011 schedule and is open to all outdoor enthusiasts.
Girls on the Run, a program that has thrived in Forsyth County, is now available for energetic girls in Hall and Cherokee counties.
Cumming First United Methodist Church will sponsor an afternoon of music as it presents, in collaboration with the North Georgia College & State University department of Performing Arts, a pipe organ and brass double quintet concert.
ATLANTA -The Ferst Center for the Arts at Georgia Tech jazz series continues with "An Evening of Ellington" with the Jon Faddis Jazz Orchestra of New York at 8 p.m. Saturday.
Five Southern women, whose friendship began many years ago on their college swim team, set aside a long weekend every August to recharge their relationships. Free from husbands, children and jobs, they meet at the same beach cottage on North Carolina's Outer Banks to catch up, laugh and meddle in each others lives.
A one-woman play about Northeast Georgia author Lillian E. Smith will be presented Saturday, Feb. 22, at the University of Georgia's Richard B. Russell Library in Athens.
Stories of women suffering atrocities will be shared through the nonverbal communication of dance.
Mischief and mayhem abound in a musical wrapped around Cole Porter's magical score in "Anything Goes."