Happening in Savannah Aug 19 – 31

Supporting Local!

Ghost Coast has been nominated by USA TODAY for Best Craft Specialty Spirits Distillery for the 2nd year in a row! Please take a moment to vote for Savannah’s Ghost Coast Distillery. Reminder: you can vote once per day from now until September 14. Thank you for supporting your local community and businesses!

Planning Ahead!

Savannah Bee Company – Wilmington Island Showroom: How Sweet It Is – Honey Bee Experience Join Savannah Bee for a sweet time and visit a working bee garden and learn about the important contributions of these little pollinators. You’ll get to view a demonstration beehive up close, don beekeeper gear and get to look inside a working hive, and even get to take some honey home! August classes have all sold out; next available class is September 8th. Space is very limited. Book your slot early. Details

Saturday, August 22

Georgia Botanical Gardens Free Admission Saturday:

Saturday, August 29

Two Tides Brewing Slush Fest: Saturday, August 29th. 12 beer slushies including 𝟭𝟬 𝗴𝘂𝗲𝘀𝘁 𝗳𝗹𝗮𝘃𝗼𝗿𝘀 concocted by the finest slush artisans we know👩‍🍳👨‍🍳 Flavors, foods, safety precautions, and other happenings to be announced soon. Meanwhile, check out the guest list here. 12pm – 8pm

Sunday, August 30

Southern Wedding Showcase @ The Alida Hotel: A free to attend showcase of Savannah & the Lowcountry’s best of the best in the wedding industry.

• Free tickets for wedding planning couples

• Two complementary Alida Specialty Cocktails

• Free Gifts, including tote bags for early arrivals

•Prizes including a Couples Photoshoot with Hair & Makeup, and a stay at The Alida Hotel

•Meet local wedding vendors!

Ongoing: Thru January 31, 2021

Collecting Impressionism at The Jepson Center: In the 1870s, a radical new style of painting made its debut: Impressionism. Artists associated with the Impressionist movement broke with tradition by focusing on the effects of light and atmosphere, featuring a bright palette of vibrant colors and choppy, textured brushstrokes, and by taking modern life, rather than scenes from history or mythology, as their subject. This avant-garde style of art making quickly spread from its epicenter in Paris to other artistic hubs throughout Europe, the United States, and the world. In Savannah, Telfair Museums began acquiring and exhibiting canvases by French, German, and American Impressionist painters as early as 1906, often purchasing works directly from the artists themselves.

Collecting Impressionism: Telfair’s Modern Vision traces the early 20th-century footsteps of noted Telfair art advisor Gari Melchers (1860–1932) as he traveled the country and the globe identifying remarkable examples of the avant- garde art movement and giving them a permanent home in Savannah.

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