While the majority of leaves are still various shades of green, Georgia State Parks and the Georgia Forestry Commission are gearing up to help sightseers explore “one of Mother Nature’s greatest shows.”
Described as one of the Downtown Gallery’s most diverse displays, the “Fall/Holiday Exhibit” will kick off with its opening reception Saturday.
As a former Hospitality Heroes Award recipient, Michele Sims embraced the opportunity to recognize others in the community during the Arts Festival at Rose Lawn.
Through its upcoming calendar, Euharlee officials are encouraging area photographers to help capture the city’s overall charm.
For Linda Dreyer, Red Top Mountain State Park’s Harvest at the Homestead is a time for making new cherished memories while observing skills from yesteryear.
Calling the structure Cartersville’s “crown jewel,” Rose Lawn Museum Director Jane Drew encourages area residents to experience a slice of history this weekend as they take part in the site’s 42nd arts festival.
Continuing to “change lives,” Saturday’s Beautiful Backroads Century will generate needed funding for Hickory Log Vocational School.
As Pet Appreciation Week gets underway Wednesday, Bartow’s four-legged friends will take center stage at Cartersville Tractor Supply Co.
As inclement weather continues to threaten, organizers for the In Honor and Remembrance Ceremony — originally set for Monday — recently announced the event will be rescheduled for Sept. 18 at 8:30 a.m.