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!

No.9

Dreamhouse Speed Dating, May 19th-6:00pm-7:30pm

That’s right, folks! They’ve whipped up another unabashed attempt to make your dreams come true! Catch the Spring Fever and join them for some wholesome speed dating on Thursday, May 19th from 6-7:30 at Dreamhouse! Come meet and mingle with fun Savannah folks! If you’re looking for a fun date, a new friend, your networking fix, or someone to play tennis with…. they promise, they’ll be here. Any relationship status is welcome- they just want you to meet some cool people! Remember- Thursdays are flirty!  sign up on our workshop page!  & event direction: @ellengracej &  Poster design: @phillip.mcclure

No.8

Third Thursday @ Cohen’s Retreat | Shopping, Happy Hour, Live Music, May 19th-5:00pm-8:00pm

Join them for Third Thursday – May Edition! Live Music by Will Davis in the Foyer from 6-9PM, Happy Hour @ Cohen’s Restaurant from 4-9PM, Shopping in the Brown Dog Market and extended hours in The Little House Bakery! South Carolina artist, Kelly Pelfrey, will be here for her new book signing and local vendors will be joining us down in the Brown Dog Market.

No.7

Tybee Beach Bum Parade, May 20th-4:00pm-7:30pm

The parade kicks off at 6:30PM at the North Beach Parking Lot and makes it way through the Island on HW80 / Butler Ave all the way to Tybrisa Street. Register your float now for all the FUN!!!! SPECTATORS ON THE PARADE ROUTE ARE FREE – GET THERE EARLY WITH YOUR WATER WEAPONS LOADED!

 

No.6

Savannah Jazz Annual Circle of Friends’ Gig, May 20th-6:30pm-9:30pm

Savannah Jazz’s Annual Circle of Friends’ Gig! An evening to support Savannah Jazz, the Jazz History Exhibit, Free Festival, Concerts, and Education. Food, drinks, and dancing to live swing jazz. Auction of great items including art, vacations, and more! Attire: Dress to Swing! Tickets can be purchased here.

 

No.5

Girls Night Out the Show at Coastal Empire, May 20th-8:00pm-10:30pm

Premier Ladies Night Event Is Coming to Savannah on Friday May 20th! Limited Tickets On Sale NOW! Open to Ages 21+ Doors open at 7pm. Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/318132572087

No.4

Wine & Trolley Tour Presented by Historic Savannah Foundation, May 20th-5:30pm

There’s still time for you to get tickets and join them for wine, delicious appetizers, live music by Bay Street Cabaret, and trolley tours featuring Revolving Fund properties. Click here: https://app.etapestry.com/…/memberspresmonth.html.

No.3

Ghost Coast Turns FIVE!, May 21st-4:00pm-8:00pm

Join them in celebrating FIVE years. They’ll have Savannah’s own Charlie Fog Band, Smashed Savannah food truck on-site, and FUNdraising for Emmaus House! Drink for a GREAT cause. Ghost Coast is giving back $1 from every drink sold to Emmaus House and their mission. They’ll also be releasing a limited edition Spirit for the BIG day! More details coming soon.

 

No.2

Arts & Imagination Morning, May 21st-10:00am

Formerly Arts on the Lawn, Imagination Mornings are free, engaging mornings of crafts, stories and movement that take place inside the Savannah Cultural Arts Center! Geared toward children up to 7 years old, each session will last about an hour and include a craft that can be taken home at the end of the session. Free. Space is limited, register as a family unit to reserve your spot. A parent/guardian must be present with their children at all times. Please register by noon the Friday before the event!

 

No.1

Yoga with Kiesha at STUMP Savannah, May 22nd-10:30am-11:30am

Join them for a 60 minute mindful flow where we will focus on breath linked with movement surrounded by natural air purifiers. This workshop starts 10:30 am and the cost is $20. There will be time to purchase a plant or 2 for yourself along with complimentary refreshments after class. (This can be read as mimosas!) Class size is limited to 15 to keep within COVID safety precautions. All that is needed is a mat and an open mind.