Friday, December 6, 2019 / by Ashleigh Townsend
Savannah & Pooler Georgia are beautiful places to be at Christmas. It is magical for young and old alike. There are activities and venues for everyone to explore, but it is especially entertaining for families. People with children will find many activities to share with their children and help them discover the magic of the holidays.
Whether indoors or outdoors, children and their parents can discover the holiday spirit! Here are some happenings in Savannah and Pooler Georgia that you will not want to miss out on:
Pooler Christmas Fest: The Trisha Cook Team
This a free event and everyone is welcome to attend. Amenities include free photos with Santa, a bounce house and face painting, Chazitos Food Truck, local vendor booths, giveaways and more. Visitors are asked to bring dog food or monetary donations to support the SD Gunner Fund. The event will be held this Sunday December 8th from 1-4pm at 920 Morgans Corner Road in Pooler!
Savannah Children's Theater: A ...
Friday, September 27, 2019 / by Ashleigh Townsend
The Top 5 Restaurants To Visit In Savannah Georgia
If you are in Savannah and looking for some great food in a top restaurant, then River Street is the place to go. With a huge range of options available in the area, you could spend your entire evening just wandering and looking at the choices – but you will have to stop and get a bite at some point. That is why we have put together the top 5 restaurants on River Street, to help you choose a spot for your next meal. Enjoy!
The Cotton Exchange Seafood Grill and Tavern
First on the list is The Cotton Exchange Seafood Grill and Tavern on East River Street. With a menu that is filled with southern seafood choices and a peach sangria that will have you ordering another, this restaurant is worth a visit. Try the Shrimp and Grits for a tasty twist on a well-known dish, or the Cowboy Reuben for a sandwich you will love. There’s also the Cajun Tortellini, Crab Cake Sandwich, Clam Chowder… the list goes on!
Monday, April 15, 2019 / by Ashleigh Townsend
You may not know this, but April 23rd is national picnic day.
All across the country people will be packing their baskets and grabbing their blankets to enjoy some al fresco dining while shaking off the final memories of winter. We’re sure you’ve heard that life in Savannah is best lived outdoors, and as you’d expect - there’s no shortage of excellent picnic spots for you and yours to enjoy on national picnic day in our local area this year (weather permitting).
With that in mind, here’s what we think are 3 of the best picnic spots in and around Savannah. Let’s get started!
If you’ve ever set foot in Savannah, you’re probably not going to be surprised to see Forsyth Park mentioned at the very top in a blog post about picnicking in the local area. It’s an iconic green space that both residents and visitors like to enjoy all year round – and it has everything you could ever want from a picnic spot.
Friday, March 29, 2019 / by Ashleigh Townsend
What’s On In Savannah: April 2019
There’s never a shortage of excellent family-friendly events on offer here in Savannah. From music festivals, through to secret garden tours and sidewalk art exhibitions - there’s a whole heap of excitement and entertainment on offer this month…With that in mind, here’s April’s edition of “What’s On In Savannah?”
Savannah Music Festival
March 28 2019 – April 13 2019
Various Locations, Historic District, Savannah
From roughly two weeks from the end of March Savannah’s historic district will play host to the hugely popular Savannah Music Festival. Local residents and visitors alike will be treated to a spectacular display of some of the finest musical performances in multiple genres from across the world (including jazz, classical, folk, and popular music). The line-up has been carefully selected and represents some of the finest national and international artists on the pl ...
Wednesday, February 27, 2019 / by Ashleigh Townsend
One of the best things about living around Savannah is the impressive number of activities and events that take place in our local area. This month we are going to be starting a recurring segment that shares with you a few handpicked events that we think are more than worthy of your consideration this March!
Let’s get started.
Savannah Stopover Music Festival
March 7th – March 9th
Various Locations, Savannah’s Historic District
The Savannah Stopover music festival started off as a “warm-up” or a stopover for musicians who were making their way to Austin, TX to be at the world-famous SXSW music conference. The excellent transportation links of Savannah (proximity to the I95 and I10) made it the perfect place for an event like the Savannah Stopover to form.
However, as time has gone on, the Savannah Stopover has become a fully-fledged festival with musicians from across the world deciding to make the Savannah-based event a destination, in ...