ScoutSavannah.com has Scouted out a few great events for you. Find out how where to listen to some live music under the stars, where your kiddos will have some fall fun and how to help out some great Savannah fundraisers…all while socially distanced of course.  Read “Weekend Buzz” every weekend to stay in the know and don’t miss the upcoming events feature at the bottom of the site for daily events. Don’t forget to bring your mask!

October 9-11

 

No.6

Join Peregrin on the rooftop for a night of live music with the Benedetto Duo on October 15th starting at 6:00pm. Sip cocktails at sunset and savor the stunning view of the Savannah skyline while listening to the music of the great Benedetto Duo with Howard Paul and Maggie Evans. Seating is limited, make sure to get front row seats by heading to their website to make a reservation.

No.5

Hooray for the Fall Festival and Family Farm Weekend at Triple J Stables and Petting Zoo opening weekend on October 17th (times differ according to space availability). Horse rides, petting zoo, bounce house, food truck, vendors, pumpkins for sale (cash only) and more. October 17th 11:00-1:00, October 23rd 5:30pm-7:30pm, October 24th 10:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-3:00pm. $10 per person ages walking and up. Must sign up prior to arrival…October 17th sign ups are available now the following weekend sign ups will start on October 5th. Please email triplejstablesponyparties@yahoo.com, they will accept a limited number of guests per time frame.

No.4

Fall Festival Art Market at Cedar House Gallery on October 17th from 11:00am to 6:00pm. Grab your mask and head over to Cedar House Gallery indoors and outdoor. The gallery and studios will be open to the public with a flow that will guide you through the house and out the back doors. There will be fall-themed kids crafts and live music in the courtyard space and an outdoor makers market in the back parking lot.

No.3

Who wouldn’t be excited for a Mask-erade Gala at the Pinpoint Heritage Museum on October 17th from 7:00pm to 10:00pm. Join Pinpoint for an elegant evening under the stars at their gala fundraiser, Mask-erade! Don your finery and masks (of all kinds) for their fundraiser event, October 17th at the Pin Point Heritage Museum. Featuring brand new compositions by local composers and a preview of selections from their upcoming production of Gianni Schicchi, this event will also include a raffle, silent auction, as well as, access to some of the museum’s fantastic exhibits for an authentic taste of Savannahian history. And keep your eyes peeled for one or two high-flying surprises. Wine, beer, hors d’oeuvres and entertainment are included with your ticket to this one of a kind event. Dress code is a loose black tie – dress as fancy as you want and wear comfortable shoes due to the museum’s oyster shell paths. Tickets are extremely limited to allow for social distancing, so reserve your ticket now.

 

No.2

Pre-order your OYSTER ROAST buckets online for $19.99 for the Fall Fest 2020 on Daufuskie Island on October 17th all day. Celebrate the Fall Season on Daufuskie Island with the best live music in the Lowcountry. Dock your boat for free at Freeport Marina. As always, the Old Daufuskie Crab Company and Ernestine’s Crab Wagon will be open for business. Don’t forget to reserve your Golf Cart early, and in advance if you want to scoot around the island. Scrap Iron specials, Lowcountry oyster roast and local bands.

No.1

Come one, come all to join HSGS for their first annual Fall Fair with the Humane Society of Greater Savannah on October 18th from 10:00am to 4:00pm located at the adoption center.  You will enjoy local vendors, food trucks, chili cook off, petting zoo, pumpkins, costume contest, adoptable animals and more! Luckily they have a large space where social distancing will be easily attainable throughout this event. Masks will be highly encouraged and hand sanitizer will be available. There will also be markers on the ground to remain six feet a part all all times while shopping. A limited number of guests will be allowed in the yards to pet the animals.