There will be plenty for everyone to do Aug. 27 at the Family Fun Fest in Clarkesville.
Georgia ForestWatch will join conservation groups and outdoorsmen and women from across the country to celebrate Great Outdoors Week through Sunday.
The Athens Youth Symphony is now accepting audition applications for the 2011-2012 season.
The Gainesville State College Brass Ensemble, under the direction of GSC brass instructor Don Strand, will perform the national anthem Aug. 25 at the Gwinnett Braves' game on College Fair Night.
The Gainesville Theatre Alliance is not only offering local thespians the opportunity to show off their acting skills, the group is also helping actors fine tune their talents.
The vibrant colors of pastel paintings will cover the walls of the Quinlan Visual Arts Center today at the opening reception for the Southeastern Pastel Society 2011 Juried Members' Exhibition.
The Bowen Arts Center recently held reception to celebrate the opening of its newest exhibit, "4 Southern Artists."
Motorcycle enthusiasts can take in beautiful scenery and enjoy some of the best riding in North Georgia when the Georgia Chapter D of the Gold Wing Road Riders Association holds a poker run Aug. 20.
Artist Ericka Walker has found inspiration in old printing styles for her new exhibit on display at North Georgia College & State University.
The Sewell Organ at Piedmont College will ring out with the works of German composers from 300 years ago when Ingo Hahn, one of the leading organists in southern Germany today, performs in concert at the college Aug. 21.
A casino in Dawson County? Don't call Johnny Law just yet - it's all for fun.
The story of "Smoke on the Mountain" takes place more than 70 years ago, but the message still resonates with audiences today.
When you have ADHD, it's a long path to get from what's going on in your head to a decipherable sentence. At least according to Charles-Ryan Barber, 28, of Athens.
If you love the fun that comes with a trip to the beach but hate getting sand in your shoes, then make plans to attend the Guest House Calabash Party.
Most kids don't look forward to summer break ending and the return to school. So perhaps a little historical perspective can ease the transition.
Almost 65 artists will adorn Gainesville's historic downtown square with pottery and paintings while dancers and musicians will entertain visitors to the 11th annual Art in the Square.
The small town of Clermont will be filled with an array of activities for the next two weekends as an outdoor concert this week precedes the annual Clermont Days next week.
Two Gainesville natives are set to make a joyful noise when they return home Sept. 20.
Sporting the new name Pink & Blue Dash, the former Angel Babies 5-kilometer race and memory walk will take off down the street Sunday afternoon.
Elachee Science Center's most popular annual event will be downright cold-blooded again this year.
Palate-pleasing food, a musical interlude and a fundraising auction will fill "A Night of Laughter" for Habitat for Humanity of Hall County this weekend.
Inspired by the death of the "Match King," Ivar Kreuger, the Gainesville High School Theatre will produce "The Night of January 16th" next week.
The award-winning songwriters of the South are back in town again.
Eastern cultural will descend upon the banks of Lake Lanier as the Atlanta Dragon Boat Festival launches its competition Saturday in Gainesville.
A much-loved tradition is once again visiting the streets of downtown Flowery Branch.
Find your appetite while you find your way out of the corn this fall. Then have yourself a piece of pumpkin pie.
Are you craftier than a Boy Scout?
Children aren't the only ones who look forward to recess.
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