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!
Grease at The Historic Savannah Theatre, July 15th -July 31st (times vary)
The musical turned movie that brings us back to the days of loud cars, big hair and summer lovin’ is coming to the stage at the Historic Savannah Theatre. The whole cast of “Grease” including our beloved high school summer lovebirds, Danny and Sandy, will rock the stage with their classic songs that are still favorites today. If you love the movie, you will be sure to love Savannah’s revival of this incredible show. Featuring the Savannah Theatre’s award-winning cast and band!
Stump Coir Pole + Swiss Cheese Monstera Workshop, July 21st-7:00pm-8:00pm
Participants will choose a 12” Coir Pole and 4” Swiss Cheese Plant, and will learn about the benefits to letting plants climb! Using a coir pole and cotton cord, we will guide you through replanting everything together into an EcoForms Planter.
Embodied Bliss ~ Yoga + Live Music Experience, July 22nd-6:30pm-8:30pm
Yoga and live music together reach where separately they cannot go alone. Join them to ground, elevate, and resonate your body, mind, and spirit as they flow in the vibrational synergy of movement, music, and mantra. With decades of devoted practice and offerings between them, Gina, Gershone, and Marshall weave together their respective arts to invite you into communion, bliss, and presence – deeper into your heart and into connection with each other.
QueenShitSAV, July 22nd-9:00pm
Lucas Centennial Summer: Close Encounters of the Third Kind, July 22nd-7:00pm
Gorgeous and epic in every way, Steven Spielberg’s first extraterrestrial opus wowed audiences 45 years ago with groundbreaking visual effects and an iconic score by longtime collaborator John Williams. Experience Spielberg’s singular vision for the film in a 4K-restored director’s cut on the big screen at the Lucas Theatre for the Arts. Join us for a pre-show mashed potato sculpting concept and make your own model of Devil’s Tower!