Arts and Entertainment

Members of Chattanooga’s professional men’s ensemble Voci Virili will perform “From the Sanctuary to the Stage,” a multi-genre concert of vocal music at La Fayette Presbyterian Church, 107 N. Main St., on Saturday, Oct. 12, at 7 p.m. The group, founded by tenor Harv Wileman in 2012, will pre…

Northwest Georgia Arts Guild will meet on Thursday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m. at the Welcome Center, 309 N. Main St., LaFayette. The theme for the night will be “Reconnecting and Sharing.” All artists are invited to come and to share a recent art piece or two. Beginning artists are especially encour…

Friends of the Gordon Lee Mansion, a local nonprofit group, held its annual Blue & Grey BBQ Contest & Festival Sept. 14 on the grounds of the historic mansion in Chickamauga.

Make your plans to pack a picnic, a blanket and chairs, and head to Howard Finster's Paradise Garden in Summerville for an evening under the stars, with live music and a movie, by the light of the moon in this one-of-a-kind art environment.

Blowing Springs Farm in Flintstone and all its fall charm opens Friday, Sept. 27, with an all-new corn maze design featuring a favorite farm activity, the cow train.

Ringgold’s Share America Foundation prepares copies of its hit “Americana Youth of Southern Appalachia” CD for mailing to radio. From left, volunteer Kari Stinson, producer/artist Randall Franks and artist Ryan Stinson finish mailers. The CDs feature Americana, bluegrass and gospel music cre…

“Fat Shirley’s” is back in the United States at the Dalton Little Theatre — where it all started — on Pentz Street in downtown Dalton. Showtimes are Aug. 23 and 24 at 7 p.m., Aug. 25 at 2 p.m., Aug. 29, 30, and 31 at 7 p.m. Visit www.daltonlittletheatre.com for more information and for tickets.

“Ringgold, Georgia” is a mixed media abstract cityscape — oil on top of acrylics with 3-D metal elements screwed onto the wood on which the work was painted. The artist, Keith Abney, grew up in Ringgold and spent three years on this 6-foot by 8-foot piece for Ringgold attorney McCracken Post…

Thousands turned out Saturday, June 1, for LaFayette’s third annual Honeybee Festival, a day full of music, food and fun for the whole family. The festival included a host of musical acts and craft vendors.

Upon walking through the downtown area, the sounds of bluegrass, folk, and acoustic music rang in the ears of visitors as they perused in each of the vendor booths on Saturday, May 18, for the 47th annual Down Home Days festival in Chickamauga.

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