Good Day Atlanta Viewer Information April 13, 2016

Annual Mountain Festival Celebrates Southern Appalachian Culture:  It's a celebration of Southern Appalachian music, art, and folklore -- and it happens on one of North Georgia's most picturesque town squares.  Bear On The Square Mountain Festival is taking place this weekend in Dahlonega, and it's celebrating a major milestone.  The 20th annual festival kicks off Friday, April 15, with an evening live and silent country auction including dinner and music.  Then, the free admission festival cranks into high gear on Saturday and Sunday, with Main Stage music performances, a juried Artists Marketplace, storytelling, and dancing.  The focus, of course, is on tradition Southern Appalachian culture, which means plenty of bluegrass music and hand-made art.  By the way, the festival's name comes from a real event, which involves...a bear on the square.  Of course, to get the full story, you have to visit the festival!  Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken spent the morning in Dahlonega, getting a preview of this year's big event!

Rally Kids Foundation: NFL Players, including honorary host Vic Beasley of the Atlanta Falcons, will walk the runway at The Buckhead Theatre with professional models and Rally Kids, kids who have fought or are currently fighting cancer.   Today on Good Day Atlanta, Dean Crowe, founder and CEO of the Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research, Falcons player Vic Beasley, join us with Mary Tipton, Rally Kid- and Rally on the Runway model to talk about this week's event.   For more information click here. 

DISH NATION:  "Dish Nation," host and reality star Porsha Williams joins us to "dish" on the latest celebrity news with Karen Graham.  For more on "Dish Nation" click here.

CASTING CALL:  Looking to be an "extra," in  tv show or movie filming in Atlanta?  Local radio personality and actor Greg Clarkson joins us with the latest "extras" jobs.  For more information click here. 

Pet of the day from the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia.  For more information click here.

How to make fresh produce last longer with FOX Consumer Reporter Steve Noviello.  Click here.