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Arts & Entertainment in the North Georgia Mountains

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Art and culture are alive and growing like kudzu in the North Georgia Mountains. Whether you're a visitor or a resident, you can literally fill your calendar with art fairs, gallery tours, exhibits, receptions, festivals, classes, concerts and plays produced and sponsored by local organizations.
 
Here's a sampling of the quality and variety of arts and entertainment in the area. See the Calendar of Events for more detailed seasonal and regional information.
 

 
Blue Ridge Mountain Arts Association (BRMAA)

BRMAA offers classes year round in music, art and creative writing, and celebrates the opening of its seasonal exhibits and shows with receptions and gallery tours in Downtown Blue Ridge. BRMAA sponsors Concerts in the Park during the months of July and August, Arts in the Park festival each Memorial Day Weekend, and the Wildlife Festival of the Arts in September. For scheduling information, call 706-632-2144.
 
BRMAA Upcoming Events
 
BRMAA Concert Series
 
BRMAA Festivals
 
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Blue Ridge Community Theater

 

Our beautiful new playhouse is located in the Hampton Square building in downtown Blue Ridge. The theater group has a full calendar of drama, comedy and musical productions. For ticket information, call 632-9223 or visit their website

 

Blue Ridge Community Theater Schedule of Events

 

Sunny D Children's Theater

 

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Pickin' in the Park

 
Casual jam sessions for acoustic musicians are held under the trees and pavilions along the Toccoa River at Ron Henry Horseshoe Bend Park every Thursday evening from 6:00 til dusk, beginning the week of Memorial Day through the end of September.
 
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Blue Ridge Dulcimers


Every Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Blue Ridge Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church. Visitors are welcome.

 

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Blue Ridge Wood Carvers

Every Monday, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Blue Ridge Mountain Arts Center, Historic County Courthouse.
 
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Georgia Mountain Classics Cruise-In
 
Georgia Mountain Classics runs April through September at 5 p.m. at the Trailer Drive In, 2691 East First St.
 
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Kiwanis Bingo

Every Thursday night beginning at 7:30 p.m. in the Blue Ridge Kiwanis Community Center, corner of Jones & Austin Streets, Blue Ridge.
 
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Morganton Music Park
 
Live country and bluegrass music and dancing Friday and Saturday nights 8:00 to 11:00 p.m., Morganton. Dancing lessons available including line dancing, clogging & couple dancing.
 
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Swan Drive-In

One of four drive-in theaters in Georgia still in operation, the Swan drive-in is open year round with first run movies. Old Highway 76 in Blue Ridge. For more information, call 888-469-1955 or visit their website.
 
 
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Nearby Attractions
 
John C. Campbell Folk School, Brasstown, N.C.

Concerts most Friday evenings at 7:30 p.m. featuring folk, bluegrass and old time Mountain music with the Appalachian fiddle, banjo, hammered dulcimer. Community Country and Square dances feature live music and are held bi-monthly from 8 - 11 p.m. Call 800-FOLK-SCH for more information.
 
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Holly Theatre, Dahlonega

Dahlonega's community theatre produces a season of plays in a nostalgic atmosphere. Call (706) 864-3759 for season and ticket information.
 
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Young Harris College, Young Harris

The college offers concerts, art exhibits and theatre throughout the year. In addition, the Rollins Planetarium has a calendar of special seasonal events. Call (706) 379-3111 for more information.
 
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