LEOPOLD’S ICE CREAM MONDAY NIGHT MOOVIES
Monday, January 23
JOIN LEOPOLD’S ICE CREAM FOR AN EVENING OF FREE FAMILY MOOVIES!
SHOWINGS ARE MONDAY JANUARY 23RD AT 5pm! BRING A NON-PERISHABLE FOOD ITEM AND GET A COUPON TO BE USED AT A FUTURE VISIT.
212 E. Broughton Street at Leopold’s Ice Cream. Special kids meal pricing. Join in the sing along
with two chilly princess sisters! Who doesn't love movies and ice cream? Audio visual equipment provided by Kaufman-Heinz LLC. www.leopoldsicecream.com
MASSIE HERITAGE CENTER HISTORY LECTURE
TUESDAY, JANUARY 24 7PM
LEARN HOW STREET AND SIDEWALK PAVEMENT BROUGHT SAVANNAH AND CITIES ACROSS AMERICA INTO THE MODERN ERA, IN A FREE LECTURE AT THE MASSIE HERITAGE CENTER. SPONSORED BY THE DOWNTOWN NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION AND WILL FEATURE DR. ROBIN WILLIAMS PROFESSOR AT THE SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN. HE IS THE FOUNDER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTRAL HISTORY. 207 E. Gordon Street. Refreshments served
SCORE FREE TAX WORKSHOP
JANUARY 25 11:30AM-1PM
‘AVOIDING LEGAL AND TAX PITFALLS’ IS THE SUBJECT OF A FREE WORKSHOP WEDNESDAY JANUARY 25TH AT SCORE HEADQUARTERS AT 111 EAST LIBERTY STREET.
SCORE is Service Corps of Retired Executives. Guest speaker is Mark Golub.
Buying vs. Leasing equipment and facilities
Contractors and employment
Tax issues for businesses with a Q&A session with SCORE mentors
-Register by calling 912.652.4335
SAVANNAH JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL
JANUARY 25 - FEBRUARY 4
THE JEWISH EDUCATIONAL ALLIANCE PRESENTS THE JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL FEATURING
SHORT FILMS AND FULL LENGTH DRAMAS, COMEDIES AND DOCUMENTARIES.
1/25 Opening Night Reception 6pm, Film 7pm “One Step to Freedom: The Gruninger File”
1/26 Lunch 12:30pm, Film 1:30pm “Indignation”
1/26 Dinner 6pm, Film 7pm “Bad Faith”
1/28 Free dessert reception 7:30pm, Film 8:15pm “Theodore Bikel: In the Shoes of Sholom Aleichem”
1/29 Dinner 6pm, Film 7pm “There Are Jews Here”
1/31 2pm, “Censored Voices”
1/31 Dinner 6pm, Film 7 “The Best of Men”
2/2 Lunch 12:30pm, Film 1:30pm “Mixed Shorts”
2/2 Dinner 6pm, Film 7pm “For the Love of Spock”
2/4 Free Desert Reception 7:30pm, Film 8:15 “Time to Say Goodbye”
-Full Festival Movie Passes $100/$80
-Opening night reception & movie $22/$18
-Meal & Movie ticket purchased in advance Lunch $15/$13
Dinner $24/$20. Single movie tickets $10/$8
-Come in Trekkie costume and get $1 off L. Nimoy feature
All films shown at Jewish Educational Alliance 5111 Abercorn
For more information call Joshua Berg 912.355.8111 or
visit programming @savj.org for more information about becoming
a festival sponsor
BUY LOCAL SAVANNAH JANUARY MEETING AND LUNCHEON
THURSDAY, JANUARY 26
THE NEXT BUY LOCAL SAVANNAH LUNCHEON IS THURSDAY, JANUARY 26TH AT THE PIRATES HOUSE AND WILL WELCOME STRATTON LEOPOLD, OWNER OF LEOPOLD’S ICE CREAM.
Leopold is owner of family-owned and independently operated Leopold’s Ice Cream Parlor. Learn the unique history of this Savannah staple and hear firsthand what he contributes to its success
20 East Broad Street 11:30am-1pm Tickets are $20. for members and $30. for non-members
RSVP http://buylocalsavannah.us4.list-manage.com/track 912.651.9000
HOSPICE SAVANNAH LECTURE SERIES
JANUARY 26 & 27
THE NEXT HOSPICE SAVANNAH LECTURE SERIES EXPLORES THE ROLE OF THE RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY IN FAMILY CAREGIVING ON THURSDAY JANUARY 26TH AND FRIDAY JANUARY 27TH
Lunch and panel discussion are at noon Thursday; the cocktail reception and
facilitated conversation for clergy and physicians is Thursday evening.
A Grand Rounds at Memorial Health is Friday and a community lunch and
panel discussion is at Mercer School of Medicine. Panel discussion is entitled ‘The Caregiver Crisis and How Religious Communities can Help’ with Dr. Leisa Easom, executive director of the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving; Rev Thurmond Tillman of First African Baptist Church; Retired U.S. Army and hospice chaplain Jeff Hartman; Congregation Mickve Israel’s Rabbi Robert Haas; Buckingham South’s executive director Rita Slatus and Sister Donna Marie Coward, pastoral care chaplain for St. Joseph’s/Candler
Mercer Auditorium, 1250 E. 66th Street
RSVP 912.629.1080 or www.HospiceSavannah.org/Annual-Lecture-Series
OGEECHEE RIVERKEEPER OYSTER ROAST w/FISH TALES
THURSDAY, JANUARY 26 6PM
THE OGEECHEE RIVERKEEPER WILL HOLD ITS INAUGURAL OYSTER ROAST WITH FISH TALES AT FORT MCALLISTER MARINA THURSDAY JANUARY 26TH FROM 6 TO 9PM WITH MUSIC BY CHUCK COURTENAY
Fort McAllister Marina, 3203 Fort McAllister Road, Richmond Hill
Guests will enjoy a stunning view of the historical Ogeechee River while dining on gulf oysters provided by Central Seafood as well as local oyster clusters.
Fish tales is at the end of the waterway’s seven-mile bend just a few miles from the Intercostal Waterway and Ossabaw Sound and a 12-minute boat ride from Coffee Bluff in Savannah
Advance tickets are $30. in advance or $50. per couple. At the door $35. each or $55. per couple
Purchase online at www.ogeecheeriverkeeper.org.
To learn more about Fish Tales at Fort McAllister marina visit www.fishtalesrh.com
7TH ANNUAL LEOPOLD'S ICE CREAM CREATIVE WRITING CHALLENGE
FRIDAY, JANUARY 27TH
LEOPOLD’S ICECREAM AND LIVE OAK PUBLIC LIBRARIES PRESENT THE 2017 POETRY WRITING CHALLENGE. THIS YEAR’S THEME, ‘BUILD A BETTER WORLD.’ One finalist from each of the four age groups: K-12, 3-5, 6-8, high school All poetry is due no later than Friday, January 27th. Send entries to
or bring to any Live Oak Public Libraries branch or Leopold’s Ice Cream. Winners will be announced on or about February 3rd on the sponsor’s websites
For additional contest information contact Patricia Knight at
OATLAND ISLAND WILDLIFE CENTER
SATURDAY, JANUARY 28
OTLAND ISLAND WILDLIFE CENTER WILL HOST AN OPEN FIRE COOKING WORKSHOP
SATURDAY, JANUARY 28TH FROM 9AM TIL 3. PREPARE AND CONSUME SCRUMPTIOUS FOOD WHILE LEARNING PROPER HANDLING OF CAST IRON COOKWARE TECHNIQUES, FIREWOOD SELECTION AND STORAGE, COOKING TECHNIQUES AND RECIPIES $45 for adults and $25 for children. Workshop is held outdoors! In case of rain a rain date will be added. Open to anyone 12-years of age and older (accompanied by an adult)and will include all the food, drinks and a door prize ticket. Perfect gift for the outdoor enthusiast. 912.395.1500
OATLAND ISLAND OUTDOOR COOKING WORKSHOP
SATURDAY, JANUARY 28
OATLAND ISLAND WILDLIFE CENTER WILL HOST THE NEXT OPEN FIRE COOKING WORKSHOP ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 28TH FROM 9AM TIL 3PM. LEARN THE TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES OF CAMPFIRE COOKING WHILE ENJOYING SCRUMPTIOUS FOOD!
Learn selection, storage, cooking techniques, recipes and other topics including choosing and care of cast iron cookware. This is an outdoor event open to anyone 12 years of age and older (children must be accompanied by an adult). Includes food, drinks and a door prize ticket
$45. for adults and $25. for children
CHATHAM COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT FREE MAMMOGRAM SCREENINGS
MONDAY, JANUARY 30
THE CHATHAM COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT WILL PROVIDE FREE MAMMOGRAM SCREENINGS FOR WOMEN AGE 40 TO 64 MONDAY JANUARY 30TH FROM 8:30AM TO 3PM. MUST MEET INCOME ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES AND NOT HAVE INSURANCE COVERAGE.
Free mammogram screenings will be given at the health department location at 1395 Eisenhower Drive Appointments are encouraged but walk-ins will be accepted. To make an appointment call 912.356.2946
UNITY OF SAVANNAH MATT VENUTI CONCERT
FEBRUARY 1 6:30 - 7:30 PM
SEE TWO NEW SWISS-MADE ACOUSTIC INSTRUMENTS PERFORMED IN A FREE CONCERT WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 1ST AT UNITY OF SAVANNAH BEGINNING AT 6:30.
2320 Sunset Blvd., 6:30-7:30pm. Doors open at 6pm Love donations accepted and appreciated
San Francisco based singer songwriter, Matt Venuti will sing heart inspiring songs while playing the Hang and Gubal, two captivating and versatile flying saucer shaped instruments created by Swiss artists. Hear the beautiful acoustic sounds and songs 912.355.4704
CITY OF SAVANNAH DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFIARS
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2 6PM
AN OPENING RECEPTION TO CELEBRATE CREATED ART PROJECTS OF LOCAL MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IS 6PM THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2ND AT THE CULTURAL ARTS GALLERY ON HENRY STREET.
-Exhibit on display through February 24 at the gallery location at 9 W. Henry Street
-Mixed media exhibit in watercolor, acrylic, oil, mixed media, clay and fibers
-Art creations based on the 2017 Black Heritage Festival theme: ‘Focusing on the Future: Acknowledging Echoes from the Past’
ISLANDS WOMEN’S DAY
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3 8:30AM-2:30PM
THE THIRD ANNUAL ISLANDS WOMEN’S DAY WILL FOCUS ON HEALTH AND SAFETY. HEAR WSAV CRIME AND SAFETY CONSULTANT GERRY LONG PRESENT THE LAW ENFORCEMENT POINT OF VIEW ON WOMEN’S LEGAL RIGHTS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 4 AT THE LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER AT 51 WILMINGTON ISLAND ROAD.
$20. Lunch included
Long is a former police major for SCMPD
Breakout Sessions following will focus on caregiver red flags, low impact self-defense, proper nutrition, financial planning, mental health issues particular to women and the spiritual power of forgiveness
A chaplain will be available for spiritual and emotional support for anyone in need
For more information visit Www.RedeemerSav.org or call 912.897.1133
FORT MCALLISTER RIDES N’ REBELS
FEBRUARY 4 10AM - 3PM
FORT MCALLISTER HOSTS RIDES N REBELS AN ANNUAL CAR EVENT WITH MAKES AND MODELS FROM THE PAST AND PRESENT ALONG WITH CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY DEMONSTRATIONS, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 4TH. ENJOY SOME SWEET RIDES! SEE MUSCLE CARS, CLASSIC TRUCKS AND CARS, MODERN CUSTOMS, EXOTICS, RAT RODS, HOT RODS AND CUSTOM 4X4's.
3894 Fort McAllister Road, Richmond Hill, Georgia
Learn some history and meet local car enthusiasts
$9. for adults age 18-61
$8. for seniors
$5. for youth age 6-17
Those wishing to show a vehicle will be given free admission for themselves
and one family member per vehicle
COASTAL HERITAGE SOCIETY PIN POINT HERITAGE MUSEUM ‘ART & OYSTERS’
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4
THE PINPOINT HERITAGE MUSEUM HOSTS ‘ART AND OYSTERS’ SATURDAY FEBRUARY 4 FROM 6-9PM. 9924 Pin Point Avenue $100. Tickets can be purchased by calling 912.247.7991 or online registration at bit.ly/ArtandOysters. All guests must RSVP Event includes savory soul food, oysters and premium bar access for each guest
Entertainment by Sweetfield of Eden Baptist Church Choir
Meet renowned southern artists Reynier Llanes and Fletcher Williams III
Art & Oysters is made possible through support from Austin Hill Realty, Tito Vodka, Coca Cola, Manker Landscape, Dr. Bert Peterson, Embassy Suites Hotels, Freeland Construction Co., and Pin Point Heritage Museum
Pin Point Heritage Museum is one of the five historic museums of the Coastal Heritage Society
VETERANS JOB FAIR AT HUNTER ARMY AIRFIELD
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8
RECRUIT MILITARY WILL HOLD A VETERANS JOB FAIR WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8 AT THE HUNTER CLUB FROM 11AM TIL 3. THIS JOB FAIR IS FOR VETERANS, TRANSITIONING MILITARY PERSONNEL, NATIONAL GUARD MEMBES, RESERVE MEMBERS AND SPOUSES.
RecruitMilitary helps military veterans and military spouses connect with employers looking to attract, hire and retain America’s best talent
Hunter Club, 135 Duncan Dr., #6015, Savannah, GA., 31409
For more information on RecruitMilitary visit www.recruitmilitary.com
HAPPILY EVER AFTER BALL CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL BENEFIT
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11
CHILDREN AND PARENTS ARE INVITED TO MEET THEIR FAVORITE HEROES
FROM LITERARY STORYLINES IN TWO SESSIONS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11TH AT BROCKINGTON HALL FROM 10AM TIL NOON AND FROM 1 TO 3 PM.
A royal celebration meet and greet with characters from fairy tales and literature. Waltz with Cinderella and Prince Charming; visit Rapunzel and Flynn’s Hair Palace; have a sword fight with Peter Pan and Captain Hook. Anna, Elsa and Kristoff from Disney’s Frozen will be there joined by all of their friends. Family-friendly fun plus prizes, desserts and more!
Benefit fundraiser for the Dwaine & Cynthia Willett Children’s Hospital of Savannah. Presented by Post, Petals and Pearls and The Next Generation a volunteer organization founded to benefit the Willett Children’s Hospital.
$20. For tickets visit www.nextgenerationsavannah.com
Brockington Hall is located at 213 E. Hall Street
FAITH EQUESTRIAN’S HEARTS FOR HEALING
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14 7PM
ENJOY A NIGHT OF GOURMET DINING AND SONGS FROM THE GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK
AT THE FAITH EQUESTIRAN’S HEARTS FOR HEALING GALA ON VALENTINE’S DAY
AT THE TYBEE WEDDING CHAPEL.
1114 U.S. Hwy 80
Early bird tickets are $125. After January 15 $150.
Proceeds go to Faith Equestrian’s Therapeutic program for children with disabilities
Music by the John Brackett Quartet. Meal catered by Cha Bella’s Farm to Table. Silent auction.
Faith Equestrian helps the mentally and physically disabled work with horses and take horseback riding lessons