Hello and Welcome to our Savannah Events. The events that you will find on our page will be events that we feel would be both interesting and fun to attend while visiting Savannah and for those who live in Savannah. There are many other events going on in Savannah, these just happen to be our picks!
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We began Tybee Equality Fest to create a safe, diverse, inclusive event on our beautiful, welcoming island! We are bringing a music festival vibe this year, and we are excited about the caliber of musical headliners the festival will highlight. We also look forward to Equality by the Sea- Tybee Equality Fest 1st Annual Parade this year, and continue our tradition of Drag Shows, Body Beautiful Fashion Show with the incredible Bertice Berry, Parties, VIP Party, Family-friendly Events, Kayaking/Paddleboarding, Yoga…Find out more »
Join us for Savannah’s Largest Children’s Consignment Sale! Consignors welcome!! Clean out and cash in. Consignors earn up to 75% on their sold items AND they are invited to shopping before the public night! Shoppers, not only will you find children’s boutique clothing and accessories at up to 90% off retail, but bargain brands to fit anyone’s budget and taste. Toys, maternity, baby gear and equipment and so much more. We also will have an array of vendors to meet…Find out more »
Come visit us, take a break and enjoy local bands, great food, and drinks in our full service bar, or relax at a private table with friends!Find out more »
Everything is awesome in this movie!! Help find the piece of resistance and learn to build a double decker couch. Movie rated PG. Located at Picnic Shelter #1. $5 Parkpass required. Weather dependent - contact office if any questions!Find out more »
Friends of Oatland Island is pleased to present our second installment of our popular lecture series! Pollinators, including bees, butterflies, and other beneficial insects, are essential to our environment. The ecological service they provide is necessary for the reproduction of more than 85% of the world's flowering plants and is fundamental to agriculture and natural ecosystems. Learn how to attract native pollinators to your coastal communities. Keren Giovengo, EcoScapes Sustainable Land Use Program Manager of the University of Georgia Marine…Find out more »