Why be bored at home this weekend when ScoutSavannah.com has curated safe, fun local events. Find out where you can practice yoga in the great outdoors, take in some art and culture or donate to a worthy cause and have a little fun, we know what Savannah needs right now! Also, check out “Weekend Buzz” every Friday to stay in the know. And don’t miss the upcoming events feature at the bottom of the site for daily events.
CQ Forsyth Park is hosting Meg Shuba, named Savannah’s new spiritual leader by South Magazine for FREE yoga classes on Friday’s and Monday’s at 9:00am. The classes start on Friday, June 12th and are held outside so it is weather permitting. CQ Forsyth will be open to purchase coffee, brunch and of course mimosas. All you need to do is bring your mat.
Savannah Hydroponics and Billy’s Botanicals are teaming up to host flower crown making workshops on Sunday, June 14. In order to allow for social distancing, they will be hosting three sessions outdoors at Tasty Farms and limiting the number of attendees to 10 people per session. They have three, one-hour time slots available at 11:00am, noon, and 1:00pm. The cost of attendance is $30 per person and includes all tools and fresh blooms for your take-home flower crown as well as snacks. To register, complete the form. Invoices can be paid via Paypal or cash.
Fundraiser for the Humane Society of Greater Savannah with 100% of proceeds from this event going to the adoption center and to the care of the pets. Sit back, relax and let them clean your car ($15), give your dog a good scrub down ($10) and enjoy some BBQ from Bowtie, snag some gorgeous, healthy plants from Simply Potted Plant Truck and don’t forget the bubble themed photo booth ($3).
Farm Bluffton debuts at Starland Yard on Friday, June 12th from 4:00pm to 10:00pm
Savannah Art Walk is presenting a walking tour of artists & galleries in historic Savannah. The art walk will happen between 3-6pm on Saturday. Please RSVP to Savannah Art Walk . This is a free, inspiring, positive energy art event for tourists and the community. Explore Savannah’s historic downtown by visiting artists and gallerires on the second Saturday of each month. This will be the last offered art walk until they resume in September.