ScoutSavannah.com has scouted out a few great events for you. This weekend is full of ways to learn time-honored craft traditions, good eats and fun with Fido. Read “Weekend Buzz” every week to stay in the know and don’t miss the upcoming events feature at the bottom of the site for daily events. Bring your mask and have some fun!

Feb 18-Feb 21

 

No.6

Redware Pottery Workshop at Wormsloe Historic Site on February 18th to February 21st (times vary)

Wormsloe is excited to host Pennsylvania style redware pottery instructor Tammy Zettlemoyer. From cookpots to plates, this pottery was found throughout the English Colonies. Prized for its beauty and versatility, this piece of history can be a part of your home too. Come and learn the time-honored traditions of redware pottery glazing form a 9th generation Pennsylvania German artisan. Each class is 45 minutes long. Pre-registration is required. Space is limited.

No.5

Mardi Gras MASK-erade Bash at Hewitt Oaks on February 20th from 7:00pm to 10:00pm

Mask up and get down as you dance the night away to celebrate Fat Tuesday! Wear your most festive Mardi Gras attire and don a colorful mask for an evening of gourmet food stations, delish Signature Cocktails, and a lively DJ Dance Party. They’ll be giving away prizes for the most creative mask designs! Won’t have time to bedazzle your mask beforehand? Stop by their glam mask station once you arrive to add a little razzle dazzle because you won’t want to miss the chance to WIN! 100% of ticket sales from this event will go toward the Wheeler Family’s Adoption fund to support them as they take the next steps to add to their precious family! They will have general seating indoors along with socially-distanced tables for 4, 6, or 8 so you can come with a group of friends and all sit together. Outdoors we will have cozy lounges and fire pits. Cost is $75 per person. Tickets are non-refundable.

No.4

Bar Food is hosting an Oyster Roast on February 20th from 4:00pm to 7:00pm

Join Bar Food for an all you can eat oyster roast plus ribs for $25. Live music by Tommy Holland as well and a portion of the sales to benefit one of Bar Food’s own employees nephew who is suffering with a traumatic head injury and needs help to offset medical bills.

No.3

The DeSoto hosting Ties, Tiaras & Crowns Father/Daughter or Mother/Son Event on February 20th from 7:00pm to 10:00pm

Guests get dressed in their favorite suit/tie or semi-formal attire, and enjoy live entertainment, Princesses, A Prince, games, dance contests, carriage rides for VIP ticket holders, a game room & so much more! Do you have a child that needs an escort? They have first responders ready & willing to step-in to help create an unforgettable experience for a few kids. They started this part of their outreach last year, they are still watching some of those same first responders that stepped-in, be apart of those kids life TODAY! For more information call 912.509.0978.

No.2

Humane Society for Greater Savannah is hosting Bully Brunch at Bentley’s Pet Stuff on February 21st from 12:00pm to 2:00pm

They are incredibly proud of their community for coming together to support @happypawsparties and @humanesocietysav endeavor to raise awareness for Bully Breeds in shelters. This Sunday is going to be so much fun as they celebrate their second annual Bully Brunch. Each restaurant and business will have different sales going back to the Humane Society For Greater Savannah so make sure to read the specials carefully. Tickets are still on sale for doggy waffle bar. (You do not need a ticket to attend event only if participating in doggy waffle bar) Each vendor will have a fun activity or treat for your pup (including paw print stamping and pup lattes) so make sure to bring your dogs. We would love to see our Alumni (If you are an HSGS Bully Alumni Make sure to stop by one of our HSGS tables for a special surprise). Tickets for waffle bar can be purchased here.

No.1

Palmetto Basket Weaving at Wormsloe Historic Site on February 21st from 10:00am to 2:00pm

The sabal palmetto is known by many names and is the feature of this workshop. Wormsloe is exited to host instructor Denice Dennis in weaving the fronds of this versatile plant into a variety of shapes. Bring home this coastal tradition and gain a new appreciation for the time-honored sabal palmetto. This workshop is a part of their workshop and lecture series through February for Georgia History Month. This workshop is 45 min. long. Pre-registration is required. Space is limited. Youth – $9.50 (+ tax) Adult – $15 (+ tax)