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!
November 11th-November 14th
Join them as they kick-off their festival season with their annual Honoring Our Veterans program at Service Brewing. Enjoy an evening of short documentaries, food and drink! A social hour with Service beer and food trucks starts at 6PM; Showtime at 7PM. Veterans get in FREE! Get your tickets at EventBrite.
Free Admission Day at Fort Pulaski, November 11th-9:00am-5:00pm (Double check with venue due to flooding last weekend)
The National Park Service offers FREE admission to ALL parks, monuments and historic sites (whether or not connected to the Civil War) that normally charge an admission fee.
We don’t get to repeat even one minute of our time here, but what if you could relive all of the youthful energy and sonic celebration that was 1980s New Wave & Radio Pop? Every sound. Every nuance. Every feeling. A non-stop 2.5 hour show featuring 32 of your fave 80s Pop and New Wave hits! “If you close your eyes it’s 1985. This band is unbelievable.” – Christine Murphy,Manchester, CT “Incredible! Every song was as good as the original, or better.” -Michael Collins, San Diego, CA. Tickets $20
Join them for their SEVENTH annual pop up pARTy! Girls Night Out will be Friday, November 12th from 5PM-8PM and they will continue the fun Saturday, November 13th from 10AM-3PM. Live music, local shopping, lawn games. Stay tuned for more details, including a list of local vendors and musicians! We can’t wait for another fun year!
It may be a ballsy move for The Cadillac Three to name their new album LEGACY, but if any country band has the shared history to lay claim to such a weighty title, it’s the longhaired trio of Nashville natives. ($15)
Tickets for our First Annual Fundraiser in support of our nonprofit Arts Southeast are now available! Link in bio to snag yours – All you can eat oyster tickets are limited! Oyster roast, live painting, kids art activities, live music and DJs will all take place outside on 39th Street between Bull and Desoto Ave.
Beginning in Forsyth Park, one of the earliest public parks in America, stories about land and land use will form the backdrop to this leisurely 1.5-hour stroll through some of the most beautiful squares, gardens, and alleys in Savannah. Structured, not scripted, Dr. Blackwood paints a vivid picture of the people, monuments, and edifices that bore witness to the past three hundred years, interweaving an expansive global narrative about utopic visions, innovation and industriousness, and the will of the human spirit. As part of this unique experience, we will sample indigenous Yaupon tea, taking us full circle to stories of the earliest inhabitants and pre-colonial landscape. $35 per person inclusive.
Join Sydney Lassen of Chatham Charcuterie for a guided 2-hour class on preparing dazzling and delectable charcuterie boards while sipping on some world class wines. The registration fee includes all food items washed, prepped and portioned plus the platter itself, which will be enough to create a charcuterie board that serves 2-3 people. Sydney will also teach you how to shop for the necessary ingredients to create a delicious board and make it photo-worthy. Advanced registration is required and space is limited to the first 20 attendees. Cost is $100 per person
Holiday Market Sat, Nov 13th 10a-3p Featuring more than 45 Local Artists, Makers and Vendors! Live Music, Food Trucks and MORE! @sas_lions 601 Penn Waller Rd
Embrace the changing of the leaves under the beautiful trees of Chippewa Square for a casual, weekend concert featuring Savannah Philharmonic Brass Quintet. All are welcome to attend this free, one-hour brass quintet concert — no ticket or RSVP required. This event is being held at Parker Companies 17 W McDonough St, Savannah, GA 31401.
BBQ & Blues is BACK! This time, they’re toasting to Bourbon season with Willie Jackson Blues Band and Bowtie BBQ food truck. Stop by Ghost Coast and enjoy the best sips and tastes of the season. Willie Jackson is a native son of Savannah, GA; the youngest of the 6 children born to the late, great Reverend Jackson and, his wife, Annie Pearl. Willie has always been a songwriter in his free time while working to support his family. After an accident ended his career working on the railroad, he was able to pursue his music full time. Willie has a passion for writing blues songs, playing bass and singing with various configurations of his Tybee Blues Band at venues across the Coastal Empire.
Don’t miss out! The Andrew Low House Museum is hosting “Tasting Traditions” a lecture & tasting event. This event is FREE to the public and there are a few spaces still available. Registration is required. To register or for more information please call 912-233-1828. Tasting Traditions an informal lecture on African American food traditions, past and present, by Vaughnette Goode-Walker. Ms. Goode-Walker will relate the food traditions theme to Mosianna Milledge, a cook for the Low family who subsequently influenced “Southern” style cooking abroad. Sallie Ann Robinson, chef and culinary historian will prepare dishes influenced by African American traditions, and participants will be able to sample these recipes.
Join them in celebrating Georgia’s diverse agricultural traditions during their annual cane grinding event. Centered around their 1800’s Heritage Homesite, history comes alive with old-time music, demonstrations and cane-boiling. See how “it was back then” amidst the sights and sounds of an old-fashioned fall gathering. Children young and old will enjoy social distance conscious demonstrations, take home crafts, live music and other fun presentations as you venture back through history. Adult Admission $7 Child/Senior/Military Admission $5
Their top brass is ready to impress with their exquisite ensemble playing, patriotic song choices, and sheer joy of music making! Don’t miss these Savannah Philharmonic brass masters for a special performance at the historic Tybee Post Theatre. For all Savannah Philharmonic ticketed events patrons will be required to show either proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test taken 48 hours prior to the concert upon entrance to the venue. Rapid tests will not be accepted. Tickets $25 and can be purchased here.
Join them for their first Oyster Roast Brunch! Live Music by CC Witt, Oyster Roast by Lowcountry Oyster Co, Oyster Stout Beer Collab Release, Brunch Foods, Cocktails, and of course beer!!
$30 pre-sale and $35 at the door. All you can eat, limited tickets available. Ticket purchase is only required to eat oysters, attendance is totally free. They will be serving normal Brunch food & drinks in addition to hosting the oyster roast.
Georgia State Railroad Museum and Savannah Children’s Museum will transform into a magical Harry Potter-themed experience during “Frogwarts”. This year’s classes will include Wand Making, Potions, Fortune Telling, Defense Against the Dark Arts: Glow in the Dark Fun, Care of Magical Creatures with Georgia Reptile Society, Quill Writing, Herbology, Muggle Studies, and Quidditch. Attendees can also take a ride on our diesel locomotive, the Frogwarts Express, or visit Ingot’s Wizarding Bank. This event is $12 for all participants, ages eighteen months and up. Pre-registration is required at https://bit.ly/Frogwarts21
Exciting news! Cast & Grey Botanical has teamed up with two creative local friends to bring you a macramé workshop and picnic event on November 14 from 2-4 p.m. in Forsyth Park! Shealy of Spanish Moss Macrame
will be teaching a two-part class, starting with the basics on macramé, followed by instructions on how to make your very own plant hanger. You will also receive a small plant from Cast & Grey Botanical to display in your new creation, and we will all enjoy our time together in the midst of a beautiful picnic setup by Jamie of Live Oak Picnics and Events! Guests are invited to BYOB/BYOW with bottle service provided. To find out when pre-registration is live and to reserve your early bird ticket price of $60, simply PM me your email address. They’ll reach out soon to get you signed up. Ticket prices go up to $75 after registration is public, so you’ll want to reserve your early bird price ASAP!
Clothing Swap by Simply B & Lite Foot Company in Forsyth Park, November 14th-1:00pm
Fall into some fresh fashion Sunday, November 14th at Forsyth Park. Set up at 12:30pm, Swap at 1! Bring what you want, swap what you like, leave what you don’t. We’ll make sure none of it goes in the landfill! (Or take it back it back home, just don’t throw it out!) After swing by The Old Fashioned Bazaar at Finches Sandwiches & Sundries.
Phil the Park, November 14th-2:00pm-7:00pm
Join them for an afternoon with your SavPhil orchestra, 2020 and 2021 American Traditions Vocal Competition winners, and the Philharmonic Chorus. Set up your lawn chairs, blankets and picnic baskets, grab a bite from a variety of local food trucks, and enjoy the free world premiere of Robin Beauchamp’s “Sleepy Town,” taking inspiration from a children’s book by the founders of The Paris Market, Paula and Taras Danyluk. Being held at Morris Park at The Kehoe Iron Works (Trustees Garden)660 East Broughton St Savannah, GA 31401. Capacity is limited, so reserve your free tickets today at savannahphilharmonic.org/event/phil-the-park/
Sunday scaries don’t stack up against a good time! Join us this week, Sunday 11-14, on the patio at the park for live music, all you can eat oysters & a chance to try the Lincoln’s Gift Oyster Stout by Service Brewing Co. $35 all you can eat oysters plus 2 drink tickets (beer and wine).