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Atlanta Dragon Boat Festival set for Sept. 12

Atlanta Dragon Boat Festival set for Sept. 12

Athletes armed with paddles and positioned inside a brightly painted boat with a dragon face on the bow rip through the water with ease. The ...

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Mark Labor Day with last days of summer party

As summer begins to fade, Sky Valley plans to mark the last days of the hot season with a party.

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Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia hosts annual show

Rooted in the history of the American culture, folk pottery arrived in Northeast Georgia in the 1820s. Now, the Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia ...

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Songwriters belt out hit tunes for John Jarrard Foundation

Songwriters belt out hit tunes for John Jarrard Foundation

Five singer-songwriters with more than two dozen No. 1 singles will pay tribute with a concert to a Gainesville native and country music songwriter who ...

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Soggy Doggy Pool Party set for Sept. 13 at aquatic center

Soggy Doggy Pool Party set for Sept. 13 at aquatic center

Getting soaked in water under a hot sun is not an activity limited to children and adults. Water-loving pooches will have the opportunity to get ...

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Bluegrass sounds fill Don Carter State Park

“O play me some Mountain Music,” is the first phrase to the song “Mountain Music” by country band Alabama.

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GHS to present ‘Dearly Beloved’ on Sept. 15-17

GHS to present ‘Dearly Beloved’ on Sept. 15-17

The highs and lows of the Futrelle sisters’ lives have kept tongues wagging for years. Now, the young thespians in Gainesville High School’s theater ...

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West Hall High students present Variety Show

Singers, dancers and acts of all kinds will take over the stage at West Hall High School for a Variety Show.

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Jaemor Farms Corn Maze to open Sept. 12

Jaemor Farms Corn Maze to open Sept. 12

For many people fall means football season, tailgating and maybe even corn mazes.

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'Walk thru history' tours come to Braselton each Friday in September

Braselton visitors and residents can learn more about the Jackson County town with a simple stroll.

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Pickin’ in the Park comes to Clermont

Picking a six-string on the back porch was entertainment of days gone by.

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'Southern Sirens' comes to Holly Theater

A story of five adult female friends telling secrets and discovering truths is the basis for the play “Southern Sirens.”

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Outdoor painter to teach one-day art workshop in Helen

Outdoor painter to teach one-day art workshop in Helen

En Plein Air or outdoor painting began during the Romanticism period of the 1600s, as artists sought natural light in their landscape paintings. The tradition ...

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National book festival to feature Dahlonega native

National book festival to feature Dahlonega native

Publishing company owner and Dahlonega native Tabatha James will be featured at the AJC Decatur Book Festival during Labor Day weekend.

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Folk musicians to fiddle around downtown Dahlonega

Folk musicians to fiddle around downtown Dahlonega

Critically acclaimed contemporary folk duo Wisewater will sing its original tunes on Labor Day weekend in Dahlonega.

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Fifth Row Center to present ‘All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten’

With touching stories from author Robert Fulghum’s book, the South Hall County community theater group Fifth Row Center will perform “All I Really Need ...

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Grape-stomping fun for all ages at Crush Fest

Grape-stomping fun for all ages at Crush Fest

Northeast Georgia residents seeking a family friendly weekend featuring horse-drawn wagon tours across the expanse of a wine vineyard can head to Yonah Mountain Vineyards ...

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Shakespeare woos with ‘Pericles’ in Atlanta

While “Pericles: Prince of Tyre” is not considered one of the masterpieces of Western literature, the artistic director of the New American Shakespeare Tavern in ...

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South Hall Rotary 5K to raise funds for area charities

Runners willing to hit the pavement for charities will take their mark at the starting line of the South Hall Rotary 5K.

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New York woman makes chaotic creations with her art

New York woman makes chaotic creations with her art

Layered with paint and collage elements, Bridget Mullen’s artwork creates a dream-like “confounding tangle of images” that moves the viewer “toward a resonant truth.”

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Quinlan fall exhibits to feature trio and Georgia women

Quinlan fall exhibits to feature trio and Georgia women

After 25 years as a graphic designer, Cynthia Miller steered her skills for visual elements as a career into a passion for the arts. And ...

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Athens artist explores his creative range in UNG exhibit

Athens artist explores his creative range in UNG exhibit

Installations, paintings and works on paper exploring themes that shift between subjects and perspectives alternately intimate and immense is almost of trademark of Brian Hitselberger.

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