What’s going on this weekend? Here are a few events we have “Scouted Out” for you. Make sure to follow us on IG and FB @ScoutSavannah912 for a list of happenings around town Thursday through Sunday. Don’t miss out…look to Scout!


Island Treasures on Jekyll Island, through February 28th

Every year, Jekyll Island commissions a group of highly skilled artisans from across the U.S. to create exquisite, hand worked glass floats for Jekyll’s annual Island Treasures event. The glass floats are part of a hide-and-seek style game played on Jekyll Island throughout January and February. Each day, volunteers called Beach Buddies hide clear globes around the island for lucky guests to find and redeem for a real glass float. Gather your friends and family to search for globes that can be exchanged for dazzling handcrafted glass floats.


Potable Gold: Savannah’s Madeira Tradition, February 18th ,19th ,25th ,26th-5:30pm-6:45pm

Experience the historic atmosphere of the Davenport House at dusk while exploring the unique and flavorful wine associated with the port city. See areas of the historic house not usually accessible to visitors. Admission: $22 (must be 21 years of age). Plus tax. Reservations recommended. Limited attendance. www.davenporthousemuseum.org to purchase admission online.



Yoga at “The Bean” with Kiesha, February 17th-7:30pm

Join in and experience a yoga class to help you unwind and destress in a safe and judgement free atmosphere. Whether you are a novice yogi or have been practicing for years there is something here for you as well. All that is needed is your own mat and mask (if unvaccinated) and an open mind as we will move through a 90 minute mindful and meditative sequence. Actual mat time will be from from 7:45 pm to 9:15 pm with The Sentient Bean offering coffee, tea, wine and other beverages as well as some pastries for purchase. Tickets are $12.



Memorial Glass Class with Hostess City Hot Glass, February 17th-4:00pm

HCHG gotten a lot of messages lately about memorial glass pieces incorporating ashes so they’ve decided to set up a special event class. In this class, we’ll help you create a paperweight in colors of your choice that incorporates ashes of your loved one. Pre-registration is required and spaces are limited.



Savannah Book Festival, February 17th-February 20th-(times vary)

Check out the website for a list of authors schedules. Tickets can be purchased here.




Interactive Beatles Show!, February 18th-8:00pm

Yesterday and Today: The Interactive Beatles Experience is the nation’s most innovative and unique show utilizing the works of the Beatles. This amazing band, anchored by brothers Billy, Matthew and Ryan McGuigan perform as themselves and leave the song choices completely in the hands of the audience. This is done through request cards that audience members fill out prior to the show. On those cards, the audience member only needs to fill out three things: their name, their favorite Beatles song and the reason why they chose that song. The cards are collected and two minutes before the show begins, a set list is created based upon the songs chosen by that particular audience. As an added treat, the reasons that the audience members chose those songs make up the narrative of the evening. Every show is different, every show is interactive, and every show proves that The Beatles music truly is the soundtrack to our lives.


Gentle Yoga & Reiki Healing with Tybee Wellness Retreats, February 18th-6:00pm-7:30pm

Join them for this epic event. Proceeds go to @savchathamcasa.   Safe container donated by @savannahpoweryoga  Yoga & Reiki by @suefinkle_photography & @theflowoflight


Grow the Avenue: Georgia Arbor Day Tree Planting, February 19th-12:00pm-3:00pm

Join them at Wormsloe Historic Site to plant live oak trees along the famous avenue! This special planting is part of a long-term vision to keep the historic avenue lined with healthy majestic oak trees. 30 new trees will be planted this year, with another 30 trees in 2023 and 15 trees in 2024. In total, they will replace 75 trees that have died from past hurricanes and disease. Volunteers will plant a part of history and receive free admission to the park. Please come prepared to work outside, wearing boots and a jacket. They will provide snacks and water, but they always welcome bringing your own reusable water bottle. They will also provide all gloves and tools necessary. Public restrooms are available nearby at the Visitor’s Center. Register at the ticket link to RSVP.


10th Annual Fit Kids Fest, February 19th-1:00pm-4:00pm

The Junior League of Savannah is hosting this FREE engaging event that promotes overall wellness for K-12 students and introduces participants to academic resources in the community in addition to teaching how to make healthy choices and live an active lifestyle. Activities for the 2022 Fit Kids fest will include free, full access to the Savannah Children’s Museum including a life-size maze, slides, and sensory garden; a healthy scavenger hunt and face painting.



Yoga at Stump, February 19th-6:30pm-8:00pm

Looking for a way to incorporate an open air yoga feel without actually being out in the elements? Why not join in on a yoga experience surrounded by lush greenery indoors? Yoga with Kiesha is teaming up with STUMP Savannah to bring you…. Yoga at STUMP! (Catchy name, right?) Join them for a 60 minute mindful flow where they will focus on breath linked with movement surrounded by natural air purifiers. This workshop is from 6:30pm to 8pm and the cost is $18. There will be time to purchase a plant or 2 for yourself along with complimentary refreshments after class. Class size is limited to 12 to keep within COVID safety precautions. All that is needed is a mat and an open mind.



Drag me to Brunch Love & Masquerade Drag Brunch, February 20th-1:00pm

Join them on Sunday, Feb 20th, as they welcome Jordan Sophia Alexander and their special guests to the stage for a “Love and Masquerade”! Each $20 ticket includes entry to this exclusive event and one drink ticket (good for either one craft cocktail or New Realm beer). A special brunch menu will be available from our scratch kitchen, crafted by our executive chef, John Cole. Doors open at 11:30 am, get in early to get the best seat in the house; show kicks off at 1pm.