CARS AND COFFEE/FORT MCALLISTER
CARS AND COFFEE, THE CLASSIC CAR EVENT HOSTED BY FORT MCALLISTER IS THIS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH FROM 10AM TO 3PM Cars and Coffee, Richmond Hill and Fort McAllister to Host Classic Car Event Saturday, February 6, 2016 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Rides and Rebs, a Classic Car Show at Fort McAllister. Cars & Coffee, Richmond Hill will partner with Fort McAllister State Historic Park, home to the best-preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy, to host Rides and Rebs, a classic car event. Connoisseurs of classic cars and trucks are encouraged to come out and show off their amazing autos for both the public as well as other automobile enthusiasts. Enjoy a day filled with cool rides, local history, and cannon and rifle firings. Those bringing a classic car will receive free admission for themselves and one other (as well as a free lunch). All visitors will be required to pay regular fort admission. Presenters must contact the Park office at 912-727-2339 to be put on a registration list. Classic cars, hot rods, muscle cars, customs and exotics are all welcome to attend. Space is limited. Fort McAllister State Historic Park 3894 Fort McAllister Road Richmond Hill, GA 31324. For more information, call 912.727.2339 or email your questions to
FIRST FRIDAY FOR FOLK MUSIC
FIRST FRIDAY FOR FOLK MUSIC WINNERS SHOWCASE IS AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH.The Feb. 6 First Friday will showcase the winners of the society’s Young Songwriters Contest, along with the Savannah Ceili Band. The competition, which took place during October’s festival, was open to youth in five surrounding counties, Desa said, but only four people entered this year. First prize was a $500 gift certificate to Portman’s Music.
SHROVE TUESDAY PANCAKE SUPPER
ALLSAINTS CHURCH ON TYBEE ISLAND IS HOSTING A PANCAKE SUPPER FOR SHROVE TUESDAY ON FEBRUARY 9TH AT 5PM All Saints Church on Tybee Island will be having a pancake supper along with a gumbo contest on Tuesday, Feb 9th starting at 5pm and going to 7pm. Come enjoy pancakes, apples, sausage for $5, Gumbo for $5 or both for $8. Bring a friend or two. 804 Jones Avenue, Tybee Island. Proceeds will be used for outreach work of the Mens Club at All Saints. See you there.
12TH ANNUAL JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL
1/27 – 2/6
The 12th ANNUAL SAVANNAH JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL IBEGINS WEDNESDAY JAN 27TH AND RUNS THRU SATURDAY FEBRUARY 6TH. 12th SAVANNAH JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL PROMISES TO WHET APPETITES FOR MORE It has been said that food is intrinsic to Judaism, both religiously and culturally, and a quick glance at the schedule for the 12th Joan and Murray Gefen Memorial Savannah Jewish Film Festival, running January 27th through February 6th, seems to bear that out. “It was never our intention for there to be a food theme – well, maybe on one day,” said Festival coordinator Lynn Levine, “but there were just a number of really enjoyable films to choose from this year that seemed to have something to do with food. But we’re very proud of the entire schedule of films that provides a diverse audience a cinematic experience they can relate to, appreciate and learn from,” she went on to say. The Savannah Jewish Film Festival will open on Wednesday, January 27th, with Remember, the new film from acclaimed director Atom Egoyan. Starring Christopher Plummer and Martin Landau, Remember is a thriller that tells the story of an Auschwitz survivor with rapidly-deteriorating dementia, who, with the aid of a fellow survivor, goes in search of the man responsible for the death of his family. The screening is timed to coincide with International Holocaust Remembrance Day and will be preceded by an Opening Night Reception. Join us the next day for the Savannah Jewish Film Festival’s first-ever “Foodie Day.” In the afternoon, Philadelphia restaurateur Michael Solomonov, chef and owner of Zahav, takes us In Search of Israeli Cuisine via a multi-cultural tour of Israel’s gastronomical delights. Later we will be showing Deli Man, the documentary that has had mouths watering and tummies growling at film festivals all over the past year. Of course, no one has to worry about being hungry when watching these films because the Festival’s ever-popular luncheons and dinners are back – themed to go with these films! Ever wonder what would happen if a little cannabis were added to the challah Dough? Jonathan Pryce stars in this heartwarming story that is selling out at Jewish film festivals all over the U.S. An aging London Jewish baker and his young Muslim assistant struggle to save a sinking bakery in the Saturday evening feature on January 30th. Don’t miss this huge hit. Also to be featured in the 2016 Savannah Jewish Film Festival (January 27th – February 6th):
100 Voices: A Journey Home – A musical documentary that tells the history of Jewish culture in Poland through the personal reflections and musical selections of a group of cantors and acclaimed composer Charles Fox (Killing Me Softly, I Got A Name) who made an important, historical mission to the birthplace of cantorial music. (Sunday, January 31st)
Apples from the Desert – A timeless tale of tradition vs. modernity, Rebecca and her family must come to grips with her choices when she leaves her observant home and community for a secular kibbutz. (Tuesday, February 2nd)
The Green Prince – Palestinian Mosab Hassan Yousef grows up angry and ready to fight Israel. Arrested for smuggling guns, he's interrogated by Israel’s Shin Bet and sent to prison. But shocked by Hamas's tactics in the prison and the organization's campaign of suicide bombings outside, Mosab agrees to spy for Israel. For him, there is no greater shame. For his Shin Bet handler, Gonen, there is no greater prize: "operating" the oldest son of a founding member of Hamas. (Tuesday, February 2nd)
The Last Mentsch – Marcus Schwarz escaped Auschwitz with his life, only to exterminate his Jewishness. He has done such an effective job of creating a new identity that, when faced with his own mortality, the rabbis refuse his appeal to be buried in a Jewish cemetery. Determined to return to his birthplace and establish his ancestry, Marcus enlists the help of a brash Turkish woman with a troubled history of her own. The unlikely duo sets out on a road trip that will irrevocably change them both. (Thursday, February 4th)
Touchdown Israel – With 11 teams and over 600 amateur players, including Arabs, Christians, secular and Orthodox Jews – even Palestinians – American-style football in Israel is thriving. Filmmaker Paul Hirschberger captures the surprising camaraderie among these weekend warriors who sideline their differences for the sake of teamwork and love of sport. (Thursday, February 4th)
Marvin Hamlisch: What He Did for Love – Composer, conductor, genius, mensch, Marvin Hamlisch was as close to a modern day Da Vinci as it gets. Hit after hit... The Way We Were, Nobody Does It Better, The Sting, Chorus Line, Marvin was irrepressible and prolific. What was his creative process? What struggles did he endure to realize his triumphs? This film vividly captures 'the way he was'. (Saturday, February 6th)
The Savannah Jewish Film Festival is held in the grand auditorium at the Jewish Educational Alliance, 5111 Abercorn St., in midtown Savannah (just near the intersection of Abercorn and Derenne Ave.). Tickets for individual films are $10 ($8 for JEA members) and are available for purchase at the door, 30 minutes prior to each screening. (Parking is free!) Full Festival Passes, which also include the Opening Night Cocktail Reception, may be purchased online at www.SavannahJEA.org, for $100 ($80 JEA members) or at the JEA.
Full details about the films, trailers and information about how to purchase meal reservations also may be found at www.SavannahJEA.org. Meal reservations must be made at least 48 hours in advance.
|HUMANE SOCIETY GOOD DOG MANNERS TRAINING
REGISTER NOW FOR THE HUMANE SOCIETY FOR GREATER SAVANNAH’S GOOD DOG MANNERS TRAINING. CLASSES BEGIN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH. The Humane Society for Greater Savannah's Good Dog Manners Training is a public training class designed to assist dog owners with basic behavior, training, and socialization techniques. Classes are one hour long and curriculum will vary depending on the needs of each group. Dog owners can attend as many or as few classes as they need. Advanced sign-up is preferred as there are only eight spaces in each class. Classes will be held Saturdays at 11am and Sundays at 1pm in the back parking lot of the Humane Society for Greater Savannah campus.
Fees are $10 per class and will be cash only.
Classes begin Saturday, February 13. Please note that owners must show proof of their pet's current rabies vaccine before attending classes.
FEBRUARY FIRST FRIDAY FOR FOLK
FEBRUARY’S FIRST FRIDAY FOR FOLK MUSIC IS FEBRUARY 5TH AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH AT 7:30PM FEATURING THE 2015 YOUTH SONGWRITING COMPETITION WINNERS & THE SAVANNAH CEILI (KAY – LEE) BAND.
Attached please find a " PRESS RELEASE regarding our next Savannah Folk Music Society Monthly event " FIRST FRIDAY FOR FOLK MUSIC" to be held on 5th February 2016 at Stewart Hall, First Presbyterian Church, 520 Washington Avenue, Savannah GA from 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm. This popular series produced by the Savannah Folk Music Society in Savannah GA has featured both local and touring artists, in a family friendly, alcohol and smoke free setting.
All artists perform gratis at First Friday For Folk Music for SFMS. A $5/- minimum suggested donation is requested for admission, to support the event and other SFMS activities.
The two featured performers are "2015 Youth Songwriting Competition Winners " and "THE SAVANNAH CEILI BAND" CHRIS DESA will be your host for the evening FIRST FRIDAY FOR FOLK MUSIC is a much sought after listening venue on the East Coast since the past 19 years for established and touring performers who yearn to be on stage and have the appreciative and undivided attention of a knowledgeable and mature audience who enjoy good live musical performances in perhaps THE best listening room environment in the South East USA
PERCENTAGE NIGHT AT COASTAL EMPIRE BEER CO.FOR TINA BORG 5K
COASTAL EMPIRE BEER COMPANY’S PERCENTAGE NIGHT IS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH FROM 1-4PM TO BENEFIT THE 4TH ANNUAL TINA BORG 5K RUN. Coastal Empire Beer Co. will host their Percentage Night on Saturday, February 6th benefiting the 4th Annual Tina Borg 5K Run. 100% of the proceeds benefit clinical trial research at Winshipp Cancer Institute @Emory University.
For information on this event and for the Tina Borg 5K visit www.tinaborg5k.com
RIVERS ROCK PRESENTS: THE WINTER BLUES
RIVERS ROCK PRESENTS: THE WINTER BLUES, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 6TH FROM 7 – 10PM
AT THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS # 631. ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE OGEECHEE RIVERKEEPERS
For a very reasonable ticket price, we are hosting a phenomenal
night of music featuring legends of the Macon, GA blues scene.
My group the Missionary Blues Band will be opening the show.
All net proceeds benefit the Ogeechee Riverkeeper. Come hear
great live music and support the environment. See you there!
Rivers Rock Presents: The Winter Blues
WHEN: February 6, 7-10 pm
WHERE: Knights of Columbus #631
3 W Liberty St Sav, GA 31401
COST: $20 per individual
Break out of your winter hibernation with an evening filled with the Blues!
Our incredible line-up includes performances by Robert Lee Coleman & the Night Owls,
Big Mike & the Booty Papas, and Missionary Blues with special guest appearances
by Calvin Hilliard Arline and Sista Rae Rae. All net proceeds benefit the Ogeechee Riverkeeper. Tickets are $20/person. Space is limited so get yours today!
SUPER MUSEUM SUNDAY
SUPER MUSEUM SUNDAY IS FEBRUARY 7TH. FREE ADMISSION TO MANY PARTICIPATING SAVANNAH MUSEUMS.
Sunday, February 7th is Super Museum Sunday. Visit the Georgia History Museum website for participating Museums.
COASTAL EMPIRE BEEKEEPERS ASSOCIATION
THE FUNDAMENTALS OF BEEKEEPING"
COASTAL EMPIRE BEEKEEPERS ASSOCIATION SPONSORING “THE FUNDAMENTALS OF BEEKEEPING” SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH FROM 8AM-4PM.
Annette Quinting, Media Liaison (912) 395-1509
January 10 - February 27, 2016
The day-long institute, “The FUNdamentals of Beekeeping” will be held at
Oatland Island Wildlife Center on Saturday, February 27th from 8 a.m. until 4
p.m. Learn about these critically important insects and the art of hobbyist
beekeeping. For registration information call (912) 395-1509 or visit
OATLAND ISLAND WILDLIFE CENTER
OATLAND ISLAND WILDLIFE CENTER HOSTING A LECTURE BY UGA’S DR. KEITH DELAPLANE ON BEEKEEPING MANAGEMENT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH AT 1PM. The Coastal Empire Beekeepers Association is proud to announce a public lecture about beekeeping presented by Dr. Keith Delaplane, University of Georgia’s Director of Honey Bee Research. The lecture titled “Searching Evolution for Clues to Good Beekeeping Management” will take place at Oatland Island Wildlife Center on February 13, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. Dr. Delaplane will be giving a special excerpt on beekeeping from a series of writings he has written for the American Bee Journal. The floor will be open for Q & A after the lecture. Admission UGA’s Dr. Keith Delaplane to Talk About to Oatland is $5 per adult and $3 per child (4-17), seniors and military. The lecture is free and open to the public. For more information go to www.cebeekeeping.com. Oatland Island Wildlife Center is a unit of the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System and serves as a field study site for students throughout the region. It features the 2 mile “Native Animal Nature Trail” that winds through maritime forest, freshwater wetlands and salt marsh habitats and links many native animal exhibits such as wolves, alligator and cougar. Oatland is located 5 miles east of Savannah off Islands Expressway and is open daily to the public for self guided tours from 10:00-4:00, except Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve Day, Christmas Day and New Years. For more information call 912-395-1500, or visit www.oatlandisland.org.
HISTORIC SAVANNAH FOUNDATION
THE HISTORIC SAVANNAH FOUNDATION NOW IS ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS FOR 2016 HSF PRESERVATION AWARDS THROUGH MONDAY, FEBRUARY 29TH.
Historic Savannah Foundation (HSF), a leading preservation organization committed to preserving and protecting Savannah’s heritage, is now accepting nominations for the 2016 HSF Preservation Awards, which recognize individuals and organizations demonstrating excellence in historic preservation.
The deadline for HSF Preservation Award nominations is Monday, February 29, 2016. All entries must be hand-delivered or postmarked by this date. Award winners will be announced at the HSF Preservation Awards Luncheon on Thursday, May 5, 2016.
“Savannah’s historic buildings and neighborhoods are essential to understanding the story of our city. They tell us who we are and where we came from. It is fitting, then, that HSF recognize the best efforts of those who preserve those great places,” said Daniel Carey, president and CEO of Historic Savannah Foundation. “Our Preservation Awards bring due attention to people and projects that fulfill the mission of HSF.”
Historic Savannah Foundation Preservation Awards recognize projects or individual achievements falling within the areas of restoration, rehabilitation, new construction, stewardship, craftsmanship and archaeology. Projects must have been completed within the last three years and may include projects previously nominated but not selected. Nominations are open only to Historic Savannah Foundation members. Self-nominations are acceptable.
HSF Preservation Awards will be judged for the success they have achieved in the preservation, rehabilitation, restoration and interpretation of architectural and cultural heritage. The general evaluation criteria include: quality and degree of difficulty; degree to which the nominee’s project or effort is unusual or pioneering; and the ultimate positive impact the project or effort has on the community.
A jury of local professionals is invited each year to review the nominations and to select the winners for the HSF Preservation Awards.
The nomination form and full details on eligibility, submission criteria and key dates can be accessed online at http://www.myhsf.org/advocacy-education/awards/ .
For more information, please contact Danielle Meunier at 912.233.7787 or
SENIOR CITIZENS ANNUAL BLANKET DRIVE
NOW - 2/30
SENIOR CITIZENS INC ANNUAL BLANKED DRIVE IS GOING ON NOW AT ALL STARBUCKS LOCATIONS. DROP OFF UNWANTED BLANKETS NOW THRU THE END OF FEBRUARY
Senior Citizens, Inc. Annual Blanket Drive, Sponsored by Georgia Natural Gas &
Citizens, Inc. (SCI),
a local nonprofit dedicated to helping area seniors age
Annual Blanket Drive Sponsored by Georgia Natural Gas &
Senior Citizens, Inc. will kick off its annual blanket drive on Monday, January 11 at
9 a.m. at the Starbucks in Twelve Oaks Shopping Center, 5500 Abercorn St. SCI
invites Savannah and surrounding communities to help seniors stay warm this
winter by donating a new blanket at SCI’s headquarters, participating
Starbucks coffee shops, and at drop locations throughout The Landings on
Skidaway Island. Donors at Starbucks will receive a free large handcrafted
Starbucks beverage of their choice.
Seniors in need of an extra blanket this winter season can pick one up at SCI’s
headquarters from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please bring photo ID and proof of
income (low income applicants only, please).
Starbucks is accepting donations through January 31, 2016. Additional locations
will collect throughout the month of February.
A TASTE OF FIBER ARTS SERIES AT OATLAND ISLAND
JAN & FEB 2016
THE FIBER GUILD OF THE SAVANNAHS PRESENTS “ A TASTE OF FIBER ARTS” SERIES IN JANUARY AND FEBRUARY AT OATLAND ISLAND. The Fiber Guild of the Savannahs Presents: A Taste of...Fiber Arts Series Have you ever thought about learning how to weave, or spin or knit or crochet? Then it is the perfect time to take a workshop in one of these, and many other, fiber arts techniques in a low cost, stress-free environment. The Fiber Guild of the Savannahs will be offering different “Taste of…” classes in January and February, 2016
at Oatland Island Wildlife Center. Each class is 3 hours long and will be limited to 8
participants for more hands-on learning. Children 8 -12 years old are welcome accompanied
by an adult. Cost is $20 for fiber guild members and $30 for non-guild members (unless
otherwise stated). Our talented teachers will give you the opportunity to learn the basics
in a variety of fiber arts techniques necessary to create something unique. The schedule
of classes can be found at: http://fiberguildsavan nah.homestead.com/. Sign up today for
one workshop or all of them. If you are interested in learning more... please contact us at
Port Wentworth Youth Baseball, Softball and T-Ball Registration
YOUTH BASEBALL, SOFTBALL AND T-BALL REGISTRATION IS NOW THROUGH MONDAY, MARCH 21ST.
Youth Baseball, Softball & T-Ball Registration is NOW through Monday March 21st. T-Ball is for ages 3,4 & 5 (practice starts Monday April 4th- May 23rd ) Baseball/Softball ages 8 & under, 10 & under, 12& under, 15 & under (15 year olds cannot pitch). Baseball age control date is prior to May 1st .Softball age control date is prior to January 1st. Practices will start the week of March 16th (Coaches will notify you of day’s and times of practices, bring your own glove, cleats, The City of Port Wentworth will provide game pants, jersey and hat).Port Wentworth Resident Registration fee is $20.00
Non Resident Registration fee is $45.00
Sign up at City Of Port Wentworth City Hall at 305 South Coastal Highway
HOSPICE SAVANNAH’S LECTURE SERIES
HOSPICE SAVANNAH’S 8TH ANNUAL LECTURE SERIES FEATURES WORLD RENOWNED PALLIATIVE CARE EXPERT AND AUTHOR, DR. IRA BYOCK FRIDAY JAN 22ND, 12 NOON - AT THE COASTAL GA CENTER. For more information, contact: Beth Logan, Director of Marketing at 912.629.1043 Annual Lecture Series features world-renowned palliative care expert and author, Dr. Ira Byock SAVANNAH, GA, (December 31, 2015) - Hospice Savannah, Inc. & The Steward Center for Palliative Care’s 8th Annual Lecture Series will feature Ira Byock, MD, FAAHPM, leading palliative care physician, author and public advocate for improving care through the end of life.
The public is warmly invited to attend a complimentary luncheon and community lecture entitled Saying the Four Things that Matter Most to be held at the Coastal Georgia Center, 305 Fahm Street in Savannah on Friday, January 22, 2016 at 12 noon.
Saying “Please forgive me,” “I forgive you,” “Thank you,” and “I love you” can help facilitate emotional healing even in the wake of family strife, personal tragedy, divorce, or in the face of death. Based on his best selling book, The Four Things that Matter Most, 2004, Dr. Byock will explain how we can practice these life-affirming words in our day to day life. This portion of the lecture series is underwritten by Bart, Meyer & Company, LLP and by Anthony & Shirley Costrini. Pre-register at www.HospiceSavannah.org/annual-lecture-series as seating is limited.
Dr. Byock serves as Executive Director and Chief Medical Officer for the Institute for Human Caring of Providence Health and Services, a 35-hospital health system serving communities across five western states. He is Professor of Medicine and Community & Family Medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and served as Director of Palliative Medicine at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. He is a Past President of the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine and during the 1990’s was a co-founder and principal investigator for the Missoula Demonstration Project dedicated to transforming end-of-life experience. In addition to The Four Things that Matter Most (2004), he has authored Dying Well (1977) and The Best Care Possible (2012). In 2014 he was recognized as a Visionary by the Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine and was presented its most prestigious honor, the Lifetime Achievement Award. He has been a featured guest on numerous television and radio programs, including NPR’s All Things Considered and Talk of the Nation, CBS 60 Minutes and PBS The News Hour.
There will also be a reception and lecture for physicians on Thursday, January 21, 2016 sponsored by the St. Joseph’s/Candler Foundations and by the Endowment Fund of the Georgia Medical Society, followed the next morning by a Grand Rounds presentation at Memorial University Medical Center sponsored by Drs. Martin & Doris Greenberg.
CITY SEEKS WEAVE A DREAM APPLICATIONS
NOW THRU 10/21
THE CITY OF SAVANNAH’S WEAVE A DREAM PANEL IS ACCEPTING PROPOSALS FOR CULTURAL AND ARTS PROJECTS NOW THRU OCTOBER 21ST. Project Funding Available for Innovative, Cultural Arts Programs City seeks applications for Weave A Dream Initiative
SAVANNAH, Ga., January 8, 2016 /www.savannahga.gov/ --The City of Savannah’s Weave-A-Dream (WAD) Panel has issued a call for proposals for the 2016 Weave-A-Dream Cultural & Arts Projects initiative. Applications will be accepted through the calendar year, while funds are available. Programs are to be completed prior to December 31, 2016. The application must be submitted at least eight weeks prior to the start date of the project; the last date an application can be submitted is October 21, 2016. Project funding is available up to $2,000 for specific and innovative arts, cultural, or heritage projects or presentations that have a measurable, quantifiable benefit to Savannah’s diverse populations. The Weave-A-Dream Panel seeks proposals that actively involve youth, seniors, and those who have limited access to arts based programs in Savannah. A priority of the WAD funding program is that organizations reach neighborhood communities, encompassing all city districts. To be eligible for consideration, an organization must be a non-profit, 501c3, head-quartered in Savannah’s corporate limits. Proposed programs must also be produced within the City’s corporate limits. No individual artist applications will be accepted. Agencies funded by the City of Savannah for 2016 are not eligible to apply.Applications are reviewed by the WAD Panel and funding is awarded by a competitive funding process that considers the project’s artistic merit, quality of design, quality of marketing strategy, and plan for assessing the project’s success. Successful programs will identify a community need and utilize arts and heritage activities as the primary strategy to fulfill that need. Applications are available on the Department of Cultural Affairs website, under Funding Programs (www.savannahga.gov\arts). Applying organizations may request application materials and technical assistance by contacting Rebecca Brown at 912-651-6760 or
SUSAN G KOMEN RACE FOR THE CURE
REGISTER NOW FOR COASTAL GEORGIA’S SUSAN G. KOMEN RACE FOR THE CURE 5K. EARLY REGISTRATION DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE UNTIL JANUARY 31ST. The race this year is on April 16. The start line is still on Broughton, but this year, for the first time, the 5k course will finish at Ellis Square (the kids race course is unchanged). Also, packet pickup, along with all pre and post race activities, will be at Ellis Square. Last year's inaugural Love Loop around Ellis Square was a huge success and will be a feature again this year, bigger and better this time around! Registration for the race is open now! Early bird pricing ($30 adult, $10 child) runs through January 31, either online (www.komencoastalgeorgia.org) or call the Susan G Komen Coastal Georgia Affiliate office (912-232-2535) This year we are challenging all race participants to raise at least $100, the average cost of a mammogram.
BETHESDA ACADAMY FARM & GARDENS
BETHESDA ACADEMY FARM AND GARDENS HAS NEW FARM STAND HOURS ON WEDNESDAY’S FROM 3-5PM. Bethesda Academy Farm & Gardens Announces New Farm Stand Hours Open Wednesdays, 3-5 p.m. Bethesda Academy Organic Farm & Gardens Farm Stand. Each week, this popular organic farm stand, which is managed by Bethesda students and staff, sells fresh produce, seasonal vegetables, herbs, free range eggs, a variety of plants, goat milk soap, firewood and more. In addition, 100 percent grass fed ground beef in various quantities are available at the farm stand, which is raised and distributed by Bethesda Academy’s Cattle & Beef Operation. Specialty cuts are also available. Students are actively involved in planting, cultivating, and harvesting all items on-site at Bethesda Academy using sustainable, organic farming techniques. The organic farming program at Bethesda merges plant life sciences with real world applications, instilling a strong work ethic and a sense of stewardship. The farm stand at Bethesda Academy is open to the public.
NEW FARM STAND HOURS
Every Wednesday from 3-5 p.m.
WHERE: Bethesda Academy 9520 Ferguson Avenue Savannah, Georgia MORE INFO: Visit www.bethesdaacademy.org or contact Merrin Slocombe at (912) 344-7196 or
PORT WENTWORTH LESIURE SERVICES YOGA
CITY OF PORT WENTWORTH LEISURE SERVICES DEPARTMENT OFFERS SATURDAY MORNING YOGA FROM 9:00AM-10:30AM. Start Your Weekend with Yoga!
Saturday mornings, 9:00 – 10:30 a.m.
City of Port Wentworth Leisure Services Dept. Located at the Ed Young Senior Center, 103 Turnberry Street
Beginners Welcome! $5.00 a class or purchase a pass
Gentle – but still challenging! – class suitable for adults of all ages
No equipment needed – mats and other props provided
Wear comfortable clothes that allow you to breathe and move freely
For your comfort, don’t eat anything heavy for 2 hours prior to class
Regardless of your age or physical ability, yoga is for everybody! A regular yoga practice can: Increase muscular strength and flexibilityReduce the effects of stress, Improve posture and balance, Enhance well-being Sharpen focus and concentration and Relieve back pain.