Week of February 5 – 11

January 31 – February 9

10 Days of Deliciousness!!! DETAILS

January 28 – April 26

Beauty at the Intersection of Light and Decay: The works of photographer Stephen Morton. A nationally recognized photojournalist and official photographer for the Port of Savannah, Stephen Morton is accomplished at capturing candid and honest moments of realism. For “My Still and Quiet Voices” Stephen expands his view into the abstract, transporting the viewer on an unexpected exploration of the port’s “industrial landscape,” and into the splendor of the known and unknown.

TUES – SUN: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM


February 1 – 23

SAVANNAH BLACK HERITAGE FESTIVAL: The festival presents activities for every age and interest this is an annual event based in Savannah, Georgia.  Cultural education and exposure to the performing and visual arts, as well as ethnic cuisine, crafts, fun and family are emphasized throughout the celebration. Great music of every genre, dance performances,  national and regional recording artists, local youth talent showcases, historic tours, visual art exhibitions by internationally acclaimed and local artists and sculptors, the W.W. Law Lecture Series, spoken word and dramatic productions are all included on the schedule. Details and Info:

February 7 – 16

THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK MUSICAL: The ticket price is $46.87 – $51.15, must call to reserve tickets or reserve online. 912-233-7764

This show contains strong language, tacky outfits, bad perms, no-good men, 80’s nostalgia, road kill and spray cheese…



Friday, February 7

Dirty Dolls Burlesque
El-Rocko Lounge 9:30pm

Tour of Churches – Saturday, Feb 8

Veritas Academy and Genteel & Bard present the Annual Tour Of Churches – February 8: Make your reservations now for this 3-hour annual tour that is sure to sell out. This guided walking tour is an exploration of some of Savannah’s most visually stunning and historically significant churches, some over two centuries old. Led by local architects and historians, guests will enjoy an exclusive afternoon of fun and discovery, topped off by a hot chocolate reception.

WHERE: Historic Downtown Savannah

Churches on this Year’s Tour:

*Wesley Monumental UMC (built in 1878)

*The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist (built in 1780)

*St. John’s Episcopal Church (built in 1853)

*Lutheran Church of the Ascension (built in 1879)

*The Independent Presbyterian Church of Savannah (built in 1819)

TICKETS Starts at 1pm.

HEART AND SOUL 2020: The Grand Bohemian Gallery presents Canadian glass artist, Amber Higgins, for a meet the author reception, wine, and matters of the heart.

Saturday, Feb 8 & Sunday, Feb 9

COLONIAL FAIRE AND MUSTER: Audiences of all ages enjoy this popular, family-friendly annual living history program at Wormsloe State Historic Site. The event features costumed interpreters and vendors offering students and adults a taste of the excitement and adversity of life for the first settlers of colonial Georgia. Highlights include cannon and musket firing; blacksmithing, craft, and cooking demonstrations; Native American life interpretations; storytelling; and period music and dance. FREE: 10am -4pm

Sunday, February 9

Super Museum Sunday – FREE admission to participating museums from 1pm – 4m. (There is also a full list in the DO this week.)

SIPS & SOUNDS ON RUE’S PATIO: Savannah’s best immersive Food and Wine experience at 39 Rue de Jean. Starting at 5:00pm on Sunday, February 9th, ticket holders will enjoy a 3 course wine tasting complete with food pairings. A curated music playlist will be “paired” with each course by a live DJ. Meet our Executive Chef and spend your Sunday trying something new. $20 per person. TICKETS

Book Festival starts February 13

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