Celebrate fall and cooler weather with the introduction of a fun to do list, all while helping to support local businesses. Check out a live music performance to help local musicians, a fun sport that involves axes, a new menu at one of your favorite local restaurants or a relaxing wellness day just before the holidays. The possibilities are endless but here is a few to get you started on different ways to help the community and have fun in the process.
1. Stop by Custard Boutique and grab a bread kit. You need the smell of fresh baked bread in your home at all times, bonus points if it is cinnamon swirl.
5. Buy some cheese for Thanksgiving from Bootleg Farm at the Forsyth Farmers Market.
7. Get some fresh air and exercise by taking a bike ride around Tybee with Tybee Island Bike Rentals.
8. Have a volunteer day with the family at Whippoorwill Farms and learn about regenerative farming. You can even “glamp” in their retro style RV.
9. Run to Fat Radish to try Chef Wilber’s Shipwreck’d menu.
11. Put your feet up and enjoy a cup of joe at Origin Coffee Bar and catch a couple episodes of The Office while you are there.
12. Take out your holiday aggressions on the bullseye at Savannah Axe (opening soon).
14. Take in a live music performance, check out Scout’s weekend lists on social media to catch some of Savannah’s greats. Don’t miss a chance to jam out to Lyn Avenue, Jacob Evans, Josephine Johnson, Swamptooth, Kyle Yardley Blues, Anders Thomsen Trio, Eric Britt or Lafaye & The Fellas.
15. Hop on over to Hop Atomica. Get Freakin’ Stoked (one of their new beers) with a falafel.
16. Sit front row for a Front Porch Improv performance…it’s like of like going to the gym for an ab work out, you won’t be sorry.
18. Make this the month you finally start to compost and who better than COR Compost they have many options and make it easy.
19. Learn all about fascinating fungi from Savannah’s own Swampy Appleseed.
20. Get all the energy for the holiday season with high quality tinctures from True Earth.
21. Sweeten up your holiday menu with local honey from Wild Light Honey.