Coastal Ga Weekend

Telluride Mountainfilm On Tour

Plan your weekend fun with some help from Savannah Magazine editor Amy Condon and Connect Savannah community editor Jessica Leigh Lebos.

Amy's picks:

-The Thursday Night Opry series at Trininty United Methodist Church kicks off 2017 with a singer-songwriter show, featuring local and regional artists. Performers include Kurtis Schumm, Dare Dukes, Rachel Shaner and Sarah Poole. Thursday, 7-10 p.m.; $10.

Telfair Museums

Enjoy a fun long weekend in Savannah with some help from Art Rise Savannah's Clinton Edminster and the Tourism Leadership Council's Molly Swagler.

Molly's picks:

Visit Tybee

Ready for some more fun in the new year? Do Savannah editor Heather Henley and Visit Savannah Digital Content Coordinator Larissa Allen have you covered.

Heather's picks:

Visit Tybee

Coastal Georgia is a busy place during the holidays. Sara Lane of Visit Tybee and Amy Condon of Savannah Magazine help you navigate the fun.

Amy's picks:

Uncommon Collective

Ready to get festive? Freelance writer and Do Savannah columnist Joshua Peacock and Connect Savannah arts and entertainment editor Anna Chandler have some recommendations for a fun December weekend in Savannah.

Anna's picks:

Craft Scout Holiday Market

Ready for the holiday season in Savannah? Molly Swagler, vice president of the Tourism Leadership Council, and Clinton Edminster, executive director of Art Rise Savannah, have some ways to get celebrating.

Molly's picks:

Urban Hope Inc.

Plan your weekend with some help from Heather Henley of Do Savannah and Bevin Valentine Jalbert of Paprika Southern.

Bevin's picks:

-Spend a fall evening by the water at Isle of Hope Marina's oyster roast benefiting the Coastal Conservation Association. Junkyard Angel will provide live music. Thursday, 6-10 p.m.; $15 adults with oysters, $10 without, $5 for kids.

Telfair Museums

Plan your weekend with a little help from Alpha Media's Mia Amini and Savannah Master Calendar's Marianne Ganem Poppell.

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In the wake of Hurricane Matthew, Savannah has come together to rebuild and help those who lost everything to the storm. Paprika Southern co-editor Siobhan Egan and Art Rise Savannah Executive Director Clinton Edminster share some ways to get help - and give back - this weekend.

Clinton's picks:

Telfair Museums

Are you ready for the weekend - and Savannah's busy fall social season? Let Amy Condon of Savannah Magazine and Jessica Leigh Lebos of Connect Savannah be your guides.

Amy's picks:

Fort Pulaski National Monument

Let Heather Henley, editor of Do Savannah, and Lauren Cleland, social media strategist for Visit Savannah, help you plan a fun weekend in the Coastal Empire.

Lauren's picks:

Leopold's Ice Cream

Plan your weekend fun with some help from Mia Amini of G-100 and Marianne Ganem Poppell of Savannah Master Calendar.

Mia's picks:

Savannah Voice Festival

Plan your weekend in the Savannah area with some help from Marcia Banes, events editor of South Magazine, and Tanya Milton, vice president of the Savannah Tribune.

Tanya's picks:

-Win big at the Home Builders Association of Greater Savannah's annual cash bash, Thursday at Carey Hilliard's. With just one ticket you could win the whole (thousand-plus-dollar) pot. Thursday, 6 p.m.

Clinton Edminster

Clinton Edminster, executive director of Art Rise Savannah, and Mahogany Bowers, founder of Blessings in a Bookbag, offer up some ways to have a fun weekend in the Savannah area.

Clinton's picks:

Savannah Stage Company

Plan your weekend right with a little help from Lauren Cleland, social media strategist for Visit Savannah, and Heather Henley, editor of Do Savannah.

Lauren's picks:

Service Brewing

Plan your weekend on the Georgia coast with help from Connect Savannah Community Editor Jessica Leigh Lebos.

Jessica’s picks:

-Start your summer weekend with some folksy fun at Ships of the Sea Museum. Musician Alan Reid will make his Savannah debut, playing with Bob Zentz and Jeanne McDougall. They’ll play music inspired by the sea, explorer Ernest Shackleton, the father of the American Navy and more. Friday, 7:30; $10 general admission, $5 for children.

 

Unity in the Community

Find some weekend fun with these ideas from Mia Amini, DJ with Y-100, and Scott West, founder of Savannah Master Calendar.

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Molly Swagler, vice president of the Tourism Leadership Council, and Bevin Valentine Jalbert, co-editor of Paprika Southern Magazine, offer up some ways to have fun in the Savannah area this Fourth of July weekend.

 

Bevin’s picks:

Gullah-Geechee Nation

Larissa Allen, social media coordinator for Visit Savannah, and Clinton Edminster, executive director of Art Rise Savannah, offer up some ways to have fun in the Savannah area this weekend.

Savannah Food Truck Festival

Tanya Milton, vice president of the Savannah Tribune, and Marcia Banes, events editor of South Magazine, offer up some ways to have fun in the Savannah area this weekend.

 

  Marcia’s picks:

200 Club of the Coastal Empire

Heather Henley, editor of Do Savannah from the Savannah Morning News, and Scott West, founder of Savannah Master Calendar, offer up some ways to have fun in the Savannah area this weekend.

 

Scott’s picks:

Discover Tybee Island

Mahogany Bowers, founder of Blessings in a Bookbag, and Molly Swagler, vice president of the Tourism Leadership Council, offer up some ways to have fun in Savannah this weekend.

 

Molly’s picks:

Humane Society of Greater Savannah

Jessica Leigh Lebos, community editor of Connect Savannah, and Amy Condon, editor of Savannah Magazine, offer up some ways to have fun in the Savannah area this weekend.

 

Amy’s picks:

Savannah Bicycle Campaign

Bill Dawers, editor of the blog hissing lawns and columnist for the Savannah Morning News, and Siobhan Egan, co-editor of Paprika Southern magazine, offer up some ways to have fun in the Savannah area this weekend.

 

 

Siobhan’s picks:

Visit Tybee

Clinton Edminster, executive director of Art Rise Savannah, and Megan White, marketing projects manager of Visit Savannah, offer up some ways to have fun in the Savannah area this weekend.

Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home

Marianne Ganem Poppell, co-editor of Savannah Master Calendar, and Marcia Banes, events editor of South Magazine, offer up some ways to have fun in the Savannah area this weekend.

 Marcia’s picks:

thesuffers.com

Heather Henley, editor of Do Savannah, and Tanya Milton, vice president of the Savannah Tribune, offer up some ways to have fun in Savannah this weekend.

 

 

 Tanya’s picks:

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Jessica Leigh Lebos, community editor of Connect Savannah, and Amy Condon, interim editor of Savannah Magazine, offer up some ways to have fun in Savannah this weekend.

 

 

Amy’s picks:

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Mia Amini, DJ for Y100, and Megan White, marketing projects manager for Visit Savannah, offer up some ways to have fun - and beat the crowds - this St. Patrick’s Day weekend.

Megan’s picks:

Davenport House Museum

Marcia Banes, events editor for South Magazine, and Molly Swagler, vice president of the Tourism Leadership Council, offer up some ways to have fun in Savannah this weekend.

Molly's picks: 

-In the market for a boat, or just a fan? Check out the Savannah Boat Show at the convention center. The event features Capt. Paul Herbert of National Geographic's "Wicked Tuna." Friday, 12-6 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; $10 adults, $5 children, military, seniors.

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