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YOGA FOR CANCER PATIENTS AND SURVIVORS
YOGA FOR CANCER PATIENTS AND SURVIVORS IS ON TUESDAYS AT 6:30 PM AND THURSDAYS AT 12:45 PM ON THE THURD FLOOR OF THE MEMORIAL OUTPATIENT & WELLNESS CENTER.Yoga for Cancer Patients and Survivors 6:30 p.m., Tuesdays, and 12:45 p.m., Thursdays, Fitness One, 3rd floor of the Memorial Outpatient & Wellness Center, Memorial University Medical Center These weekly yoga classes are free for cancer survivors and those in treatment. The classes help with flexibility and balance while also providing relaxation. The instructor is Yoga Alliance registered with more than 200 hours of training, including specialized yoga training for cancer survivors at OM Yoga in New York. For more information or to register, call Katy Keyes at 912-350-9031.
FORT MCALLISTER STATE PARK SUMMER EVENTS CALENDAR
NOW – 9/5
FORT MCALLISTER STATE PARK HOSTS MANY EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER.....THE NEXT IS……….
Labor Day Celebration
Saturday, September 5, 2015 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Civil War era games and prizes. $8 per adult and $5 per children ages 6-17.
WHERE: Fort McAllister State Historic Park
3894 Fort McAllister Road
Richmond Hill, GA 31324
MORE INFORMATION: For more information, call 912.727.2339 or email your questions to
9/3 - 9/28
THE CITY OF PORT WENTWORTH OFFERS BEGINNER AND INTERMEDIATE TUMBLING CLASSES FROM SEPTEMBER 3RD THROUGH THE 28TH.
First class starts August 3-27 and the Second Class starts September 3-28
Monday's and Thursday classes
Ages 5-7(Beginner) ----- 5:30-6:15
Ages 8-14 (Intermediate)------ 6:15-7:15
If you have a child that is a beginner or intermediate level tumbler and the age is lower or higher we can make arrangements.
Tuesday's only ages 3&4 year olds Toddler class 5:30-6:15
Each session is a separate payment - Registration forms are on line at www.cityofportwentworth.com or you can pick one up at City Hall, Leisure Services or P.B. Edwards Jr. Gymnasium. Please make your payment at City Hall.
GRAY’S REEF NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY SEEKS APPLICANTS.
NOW THRU 9/30
GRAY’S REEF NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY SEEKS ADVISORY COUNIL APPLICANTS. APLLICATIONS ARE DUE SEPT. 30TH. NOAA’s Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary seeks advisory council applicants NOAA’s Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary is seeking applicants for five seats on its advisory council. The council ensures public participation in sanctuary management and provides advice to the sanctuary superintendent. “The sanctuary advisory council allows the community and sanctuary management to exchange ideas, discuss issues and share information important to successfully protect sanctuary resources,’’ said Sarah Fangman, sanctuary superintendent. The sanctuary is accepting applications for the following seats: sport fishing; K-12 education; non-living resources research; charter/commercial fishing; and conservation. Candidates are selected based on their expertise and experience in relation to the seat for which they are applying, community and professional affiliations, and views regarding the protection and management of marine resources. Applicants should expect to serve three-year terms. The advisory council consists of 11 primary non-governmental members representing a variety of public interest groups, including fishing, diving, education, research and conservation. It also includes eight governmental seats representing state and federal agencies. Applications are due Sept. 30. To receive an application kit, or for further information, please contact Becky Shortland, resource protection coordinator, via email at
; by phone at 912-598-2381; or by mail at 10 Ocean Science Circle, Savannah, GA 31411. Application kits can also be downloaded from the sanctuary’s website at http://graysreef.noaa.gov/management/sac/council_news.html. Designated in 1981, Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary is one of the largest near-shore live-bottom reefs of the southeastern United States, encompassing approximately 22 square miles. The live bottom and ledge habitat support an abundant reef fish and invertebrate community. Loggerhead sea turtles, a threatened species, also use Gray’s Reef year-round for foraging and resting, and the reef is in the only known calving ground for the highly endangered North Atlantic right whale. NOAA’s mission is to understand and predict changes in the Earth's environment, from the depths of the ocean to the surface of the sun, and to conserve and manage our coastal and marine resources. Join us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and our other social media channels.
ARMSTRONG FARMERS’ MARKET
ARMSTRONG STATE UNIVERSITY TO HOST FARMERS’ MARKET ON SEPTEMBER 1ST FROM 10 AM - 2 PM IN FRONT OF ARMSTRONG’S STUDENT UNION Armstrong State University to Host Farmers’ Market on September 1
WHAT: Armstrong Farmers’ Market. Armstrong State University will host its second annual Armstrong Farmers’ Market. The event will provide access to fresh and locally grown produce while supporting local farmers. This event is free and open to the public.
WHEN: Tuesday, September 1, 2015 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
WHERE: Armstrong State University – in front of Student Union 11935 Abercorn St. Savannah, GA.
COFFEE BLUFF CRIME MEETING 9/1
THE COFFEE BLUFF CRIME MEETING FOR RESIDENTS HOSTED BY DISTRICT 6 ALDERMAN, TONY THOMAS, IS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST AT 6:30 PM AT THE CRUSADER COMMUNITY CENTER.
Coffee Bluff crime meeting
Residents living in the Coffee Bluff area are invited to a Southside Crime meeting, to be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 1, at the Crusader Community Center, 81 Coffee Bluff Villa Rd.
The meeting will be hosted by District 6 Alderman Tony Thomas, who will be joined by representatives from Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police and City staff. Residents are encouraged to share information and ask questions related to crime and public safety in their neighborhoods.
BROWN BAG AND MAPPING EXERCISE 9/2
THE GEORGIA COASTAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM AND THE NATURE CONSERVANCY BROWN BAG AND MAPPING EXERCISE IS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ND FROM 5 PM TO 7PM AT THE SUSAN SHIPMAN ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING CENTER IN BRUNSWICK, GA.
Brown Bag and Mapping Exercise
Please join the Georgia Coastal Management Program and the Nature Conservancy for a unique Brown bag and Mapping Exercise on September 2, 2015.
The Brown Bag presentation will begin at 5:00 p.m. with a short presentation from Bob Crimian (TNC) describing the Coastal Georgia Human Use Mapping Project. Following the presentation, Crimian and team will hold a participatory mapping workshop that will be open until 7:00 p.m. for people to come and go as their schedules allow.
This is your chance to draw and/or discuss your activities on Georgia's coast and by participating, you are helping create information to better protect your coastal Georgia ecosystems and improve your coastal user experience.
The Coastal Georgia Human Use Mapping Project is designed to collect critical information on human activities in and offshore coastal Georgia. The project purpose is to improve understanding of where and how frequently key human activities occur in this area. Workshops will be held throughout coastal Georgia where stakeholders will be invited to participate in a hands on activity of creating maps of ocean uses for coastal Georgia. The information collected through this project will provide a better understanding of human uses, helping inform management decisions to better protect coastal Georgia ecosystems and improve the coastal user experience. Data collected during the mapping workshops will be available to workshop participants, the general public, and resource managers as maps and mapping layers showing the variety and amount of ocean uses in the region.
The Coastal Georgia Human Use Mapping Project is an effort supported by the Nature Conservancy (TNC) in partnership with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources - Coastal Resources Division (GADNR-CRD) and Georgia Institute of Technology - Center for Geographic Information Systems.
This workshop will be held at the Susan Shipman Environmental Learning Center at DNR's Coastal Regional Headquarters, One Conservation Way, Brunswick, GA 31520.
SEPTEMBER FIRST FRIDAY FOR FOLK MUSIC
SEPTEMBERS’ FIRST FRIDAY FOR FOLK MUSIC IS AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ON WASHINGTON AVENUE, SEPTEMBER 4TH , 7:30PM. ARTISTS INCLUDE DAVID ALLEY AND CYNERGY FIRST FRIDAY FOR FOLK MUSIC – 4th September 2015
The next scheduled FIRST FRIDAY for Folk Music will be held at Stewart Hall, First Presbyterian Church 520 Washington Avenue, Savannah GA on 4th September 2015. Festivities start at 7.30pm and run till about 10:00 pm. It is a smoke free, alcohol free and family friendly evening of music in a coffee house setting, regularly attended by an appreciative audience of folk music enthusiasts from the greater Savannah and surrounding area. There is a suggested minimum donation of $ 5/- to help support the event and other SFMS activities. This month’s show features “DAVID ALLEY” and “CYNERGY”.
Your host for the evening will be CHRIS DESA
FIRST FRIDAY ART MARCH 9/4
THE 41ST ART MARCH WITH ART RISE SAVANNAH IS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH FROM 6 PM TO 9 PM AT STARLAND ARTS DISTRICT. THERE IS A FREE ART TROLLEY, FOOD TRUCKS, LIVE MUSIC, FAMILY ART ACTIVITIES, AND AN INDIE ARTS MARKET.
First Friday Art March - September 4th
When: Friday, September 4, 6-9pm - Rain or Shine
Where: Starland Arts District, Savannah, Georgia
What: Monthly Art Walk, Gallery Openings, Live Music, Open Air Market and More!
Website: Event information, maps, and more can be found at artmarchsavannah.com
Admission: Free and Open to the Public
Contact: Clinton Edminster, 907-299-6227,
Savannah, GA - Celebrate the 41st Art March with Art Rise Savannah on September 4th from six to nine, rain or shine. The Art March is a free self-guided tour of Starland’s creative businesses, artists, and unique shops. Featuring a free Art Trolley, food trucks, live music, and art activities for families the Art March is the best way to see Savannah’s local arts culture at work.
This month, Art Rise Savannah is excited to announce a new location for the Indie Arts Market. An open air market showcasing the artisanal crafts of artists and artisans, the Indie Arts Market was usually held in the Desoto Avenue. Starting this September the market will have a new location right next to Starland Cafe on the 41st Street between Drayton and Bull Street.
As part of the Indie Arts Market, Art Rise Savannah, Emergent Savannah, and East Taylor Creative will be presenting The Word We Want. Originally started in Brooklyn, TWWW is a traveling interactive art piece that invites the public to engage with big questions and big answers. Similar to the Before I Die project, The World We Want will be traveling throughout Savannah during the month of September, starting at the First Friday Art March.
Free Art Trolley: Ride the Free Art Trolley to make your way to all the locations at this month’s Art March. The trolley makes a loop every 20 to 30 minutes starting at the Indie Arts Market at 6pm. The Art March trolleys are made possible by a generous donation from Old Savannah Tours.
Rain Plan: In the unfortunate event of heavy rain, Art Rise Savannah may have to cancel some of our activities. Stay tuned to our social media for up to date information. All locations will be open and the trolley will continue to run.
Art March is a great opportunity to explore and support local Savannah artists and business, so we hope to see you there! For more information about our locations and the events happening at each space, visit artmarchsavannah.com, Facebook (facebook.com/savartmarch), Twitter (twitter.com/artrisesav and #savartmarch and #starlandarts) or pick up a map at one of many locations downtown.
SAVANNAH CLAY:2015 9/4-9/25
THE SAVANNAH CLAY: 2015 EXHIBITION AND GALLERY TALKS IS SEPTEMBER 4TH THRU SEPTEMBER 25TH AT THE CITY OF SAVANNAH’S CULTURAL ARTS GALLERY. COME AND MEET THE ARTISTS, VIEW THEIR CERAMIC CREATIONS, AND EVEN TAKE PART IN A CERAMICS WORKSHOP.
Works by eight local ceramics artists will be showcased in Savannah Clay: 2015, an exhibition that features sculptural, functional, and installation works. The exhibition will be on display at the City of Savannah's Cultural Arts Gallery September 4 through 25, in conjunction there will be three gallery talks focusing on the artists’ specialties, as well as a parent and child ceramics workshop.
The exhibition will include works by Lisa Bradley, Jessica Broad, Mitzi Davis, John Jensen, Mac McCusker, Judy Mooney, Yves Paquette and Rebecca Sipper.
In conjunction with the exhibition, three gallery talks and a weekend workshop will be presented. The night of the reception at 7 p.m., you can Meet the Artists for a brief introduction to their works. John Jensen will present Ceramic Sculpture on Thursday, September 17 at 2:30 p.m. Jessica Broad will present Designing for the Ceramic Surface on Saturday, September 19 at 12:30 p.m. The gallery talks are free and open to the public.
Jessica Broad and Mitzi Davis will present, “Parent & Child: Beasts and Creatures in Fables, Oh My!” on Saturday, September 19 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. They will use classic Greek fables to inspire participants to build, sculpt and draw scenes in clay that creatively express these tales. “We both have been using animal imagery on the surfaces of our pieces and as sculptural forms, Mitzi has made work inspired by fables, and much of my work is narrative in nature", said Broad. The finished usable works will be sealed and fired with a clear glaze. Limited space is available for the workshop and advance registration is required. The cost of the workshop is $15/$10 city residents.
The opening reception will be held Friday, September 4 from 5 – 9 pm in conjunction with Art March. A special artist lecture is scheduled at 7pm. The exhibition and reception are free and open to the public.
Cultural Arts Gallery is located at 9 W. Henry St. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free off-street parking is available. For information, contact 912-651-6783 or visit www.savannahga.gov/arts.
SAVANNAH BACON FEST RETURNS TO RIVER STREET 9/5
THE 2ND ANNUAL SAVANNAH BACON FEST RETURNS TO RIVER STREET ON SEPTEMBER 4TH FROM 4 PM TO 10 PM AND 5TH FROM 10 AM TO 10 PM.
SAVANNAH BACON FEST RETURNS TO RIVER STREET
That’s right bacon lovers get ready for a weekend full of fun and amazing food all celebrating bacon, the candy of meat! The Savannah Bacon Fest is back on River Street with even more local restaurants serving up their mouthwatering creations! The 2nd annual event will take place on September 4&5.
“The Savannah Waterfront Association was overwhelmed by the enthusiasm and turnout at last year’s bacon festival, so we can’t wait to see what all of our restaurants will be dishing out this year," said Carrie Bligh, Executive Director of the SWA. In addition to bacon sampling there will be plenty of activities for the family to enjoy from toy piggy derbies to mechanical pig rides! “We are also excited to have Hormel Black Label Bacon back this year who will be showcasing their bacon fueled motorcycle and offering multiple chances to win a free one year supply of bacon,” added Bligh. So what’s on the menu (besides the obvious ingredient)? Here are some teasers but you will have to come down to sample the rest: candied bacon, bacon popcorn, bacon brownies, bacon wrapped shrimp, bacon wrapped hot dogs, bacon cream soda ice cream float, bacon chips with peach jelly dip, pulled pork stuffed bacon poppers, and bacon super chicken bombs. You can find these items and more served up from these local favorites: Ampersand, Andaz Savannah, Bayou Café, Cheesecake Market, Chocolat by Adam Turoni, Feather & Freight, Leopold’s Ice Cream, Savannah Rae’s Popcorn, The Naked Dog, Tondee’s Tavern, Treylor Park, and Wet Willies. Foodies can take a break from sampling to enjoy entertainment throughout the weekend. Bud Light will have their two story build-a-bar with multiple flat screen TV’s so football fans won’t miss out on watching their favorite team. Live music will also take place on the Rousakis Plaza Arbor Stage on Saturday from 7-10pm featuring the 80’s cover band The Breakfast Club presented by Bud Light Music. “Our staff really wanted to have a fun band for the weekend and we all agreed that bacon and The Breakfast Club would be the perfect combination,” added Bligh.
The Savannah Bacon Fest will kick-off on Friday, September 4 from 4-10pm with First Friday fireworks presented by Wet Willie’s Savannah at 9:30pm. The festivities will continue on Saturday, September 5 from 10am-10pm. This event is hosted by Savannah Waterfront Association and proudly sponsored by Hormel Black Label Bacon, Bud Light Music, Metro PCS, All American Gutter Protection, Wet Willie’s, Capital A Productions, Travel Host Savannah, Savannah Coca-Cola, WJCL-abc, and Alpha Media.
100 YEARS OF FORT JACKSON GUARDING SAVANNAH AT OLD FORT JACKSON
9/5 - 9
OLD FORT JACKSON HOST “100 YEARS OF FORT JACKSON GUARDING SAVANNAH” SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5TH THRU MONDAY THE 7TH WITH A VARIETY OF HANDS ON ACTIVITIES APPROPRIATE FOR ALL AGES. MARCHING, BATTLE REENACTMENTS, HEAVY ARTILLERY DRILL AND MUSKET AND CANON DEMONSTRATIONS.
A Century of Sentries: 100 Years of Fort Jackson Guarding Savannah at Old Fort Jackson
Contact Phone: 9126516840
A Century of Sentries: 100 Years of Fort Jackson Guarding Savannah at Old Fort Jackson
PSA Description: September 5th through the 7th, join us at Old Fort Jackson and participate in a variety of hands-on activities appropriate for all ages to learn about the daily life of the soldiers stationed at Fort Jackson. Activities include marching, battle reenactments, heavy artillery drill, and musket and cannon demonstrations. Learn about the many individuals and units of the of the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, and Civil War that are part of the story of a Century of Sentries at Old Fort Jackson.
PROSTATE CANCER SUPPORT GROUP: MAN TO MAN 9/9
THE PROSTATE CANCER SUPPORT GROUP: MAN TO MAN IS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH, FROM 6 PM TO 8 PM IN THE CONFERENCE ROOM OF THE CURTIS AND ELIZABETH ANDERSON CANCER INSTITUTE AT MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER.
Prostate Cancer Support Group: Man to Man
6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Wednesday, September 9th, in the Conference Room of the Curtis and Elizabeth Anderson Cancer Institute at Memorial University Medical Center
This group is for men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer and their caregivers. The group provides a variety of educational and support programs. Each session includes time to share resources and ask questions of other survivors and caregivers. For more information, call John Richardson at 912-897-3933.
FALL CITIZENS POLICE ACADEMY
THE SAVANNAH-CHATHAM METRO POLICE DEPARTMENT PRESENTS THEIR FALL CITIZENS POLICE ACADEMY, SET TO BEGIN THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH FROM 6:30 TO 9:30 PM AT SCMPD HEADQUARTERS IN THE SQUAD ROOM. REGISTER NOW. The 14-week program allows residents to interact with members of the police department and the criminal justice community. Participants will learn the unique job functions of officers representing each Metro unit and the various local agencies with whom they collaborate. When possible, the academy includes tours of the Chatham County Jail, 911 Communication Center, firearm and tactical training, traffic stop role playing exercises and a ride-along with patrol officers.
Graduates will receive a certificate of completion and will be eligible to apply to the Volunteers in Policing Program in support of SCMPD.
Applications are available at all SCMPD precincts and online at http://scmpd.org. A $10 registration fee applies and may be paid by check or money order. Applicants must be at least 18-years-old and able to pass a criminal background check. Signed and notarized applications must be returned to police headquarters at 201 Habersham Street, by Friday, September 4, 2015. Early application submittal is encouraged, as seating is limited.
Classes meet on Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at SCMPD Headquarters in the Squad Room.
For additional information, contact Gianna Nelson at 912-651-2246.
LEUKEMIA, LYMPHOMA, AND MULTIPLE MYELOMA SUPPORT GROUP 9/10
THE LEUKEMIA, LYMPHOMA, AND MULTIPLE MYELOMA SUPPORT GROUP IS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH FROM 5 PM to 6 PM IN THE SUMMIT CANCER CARE OFFICE AT MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER.
Leukemia, Lymphoma, and Multiple Myeloma Support Group
5 p.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday, September 10th, Summit Cancer Care office, Curtis and Elizabeth Anderson Cancer Institute at Memorial University Medical Center
This education and support group is for individuals with blood-related cancers and their loved ones. Each month, the group focuses on a specific blood cancer topic and on improving quality of life. To reserve your space, please call 912-350-7845.
LIFEGUARD CLASSES AT CHATHAM COUNTY AQUATICS CENTER
now - 4/26
REGISTER NOW FOR STARGUARD LIFEGUARD COURSES AT THE CHATHAM COUNTY AQUATICS CENTER. CLASSES BEGIN JAN 30TH AND WRAP UP APRIL 26TH. CHATHAM COUNTY AQUATIC CENTER
STARGUARD LIFEGUARD COURSE 2015
SKILL REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE: SWIM 200 YARDS, 1 MINUTE WATER
TREAD WITH NO HANDS AND BEING ABLE TO DIVE AND RETRIEVE A 10LB
BRICK FROM 9’ OF WATER. CPR AND FIRST AID INCLUDED.
FRIDAY 5 – 8 PM
SATURDAY 9 – 5PM
SUNDAY 9 – 5PM
CHATHAM COUNTY AQUATIC CENTER
7240 SALLIE MOOD DRIVE
REGISTER IN PERSON AT THE AQUATIC CENTER.
CITY SEEKS ARTISTS FOR 2016 EXHIBITION
NOW THRU 9/11
THE CITY OF SAVANNAH’S DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS IS NOW ACCEPTING EXHIBITION PROPOSALS FROM ARTISTS AT THE CULTURAL ARTS GALLERY FOR THE 2016 YEAR. SUBMISSION MUST BE RECEIVED BY SEPT 11, 2015
Calling All Artists! The City of Savannah's Department of Cultural Affairs is now accepting exhibition proposals at the Cultural Arts Gallery for the 2016 calendar year.
The 1,700 square foot community gallery serves the Savannah area with exhibitions and educational programming that strengthen awareness and stimulate dialogue through artistic expression. DCA also hosts a full year of exhibitions augmented with lectures, gallery tours, workshops and other programs to enhance the educational experience.
In conjunction with each exhibition, artists are encouraged to develop and present a learning opportunity to the public such as a workshop, lecture or demonstration.
All mediums will be considered for a non-degree seeking solo or group exhibitions, including video and installation pieces. Proposals should be professionally presented and should include a cover letter; a resume; an artist statement; a previous exhibition record; 10-12 digital images of the work to be considered; and a self-addressed stamped envelope if the proposal needs to be returned.
The deadline for submissions is September 11, 2015 at 4 p.m. Proposals should be submitted to Debra Zumstein, Arts Programs Coordinator, City of Savannah Department of Cultural Affairs, 9 W. Henry St., Savannah, GA 31401. Proposal guidelines are available online at www.savannahga.gov/arts or by calling (912) 651-6783.
HUMANE SOCIETY THRIFT STORE BOOK SALE 9/12
THE HUMANE SOCIETY THRIFT STORE BOOK SALE IS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH FROM 9AM TO NOON IN THE SHELTER PARKING LOT AT 7215 SALLIE MOOD DRIVE. PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE HUMANE SOCIETY FOR GREATER SAVANNAH.
Humane Society Thrift Store Book Sale
Savannah, GA Saturday, September 12 from 9 am to noon, the Humane Society Thrift Shop will hold its popular quarterly book sale in the shelter parking lot at 7215 Sallie Mood Drive. All “parking lot” books, videos and CDs will be just 25¢. It’s the perfect opportunity to pick out some great reads, say goodbye to summer in Savannah and celebrate the beginning of fall.
Don’t forget to visit the upstairs thrift store because, as an added bonus for our bargain hunters, the thrift store will offer a storewide sale. Come early for the best selection.
Of course, all proceeds from book and thrift shop sales benefit the Humane Society for Greater Savannah and the pets in its care.
SURFERS FOR AUTISM’S 5TH ANNUAL COASTAL EMPIRE BEACH FESTIVAL 9/12
THE SURFERS FOR AUTISM’S 5TH ANNUAL COASTAL EMPIRE BEACH FESTIVAL IS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH FROM 9 AM TO 4 PM AT THE TYBEE PIER.
What: Surfers for Autism's 5th annual Coastal Empire Beach Festival
When: September 12, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Tybee Pier
Contact: SFA Communication Director Dave Rossman,
At an SFA event, 200 children and young adults with autism and related special abilities spend the day being pushed into waves by expert instructors. The result is always the same: complete and total transformation in a moment. Transformative moments are not the exclusive province of the surfers, as parents also undergo a shift in thinking. Goals and milestones once missed or forgotten suddenly come into sharp focus
GREATER SAVANNAH BREAST CANCER SUPPORT GROUP 9/13
THE GREATER SAVANNAH BREAST CANCER SUPPORT GROUP IS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH FROM 5 PM TO 7 PM IN THE CONFERENCE ROOM OF THE CURTIS AND ELIZABETH ANDERSON CANCER INSTITUTE.
Greater Savannah Breast Cancer Support Group
5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday, September 13th, Conference Room of the Curtis and Elizabeth Anderson Cancer Institute at Memorial Medical Center
Breast cancer patients and their caregivers in the greater Savannah, Hilton Head, and coastal Georgia area are invited to join this group. The meetings often feature presentations from local medical community, are informal, and are conducted in a discussion format to encourage participation. For more information, call 912-897-3933.
KIDS’ CLASSIC GOLF TOURNAMENT 9/14
THE KIDS’ CLASSIC GOLF TOURNAMENT IS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14TH AT 7:30 AM OR 1:30 PM AT THE CLUB AT SAVANNAH HARBOR.
Kids’ Classic Golf Tournament
7 a.m. or 1:30 p.m., Monday, September 14th, The Club at Savannah Harbor
This annual event benefits The Children’s Hospital at Memorial University Medical Center. Tee times are 7:30 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. with a complimentary lunch before or after you play. Beverages are provided. The format is a four-person scramble with handicap. For more information, contact Kelly Claxton at 912-350-6374 or
FALL VISUAL ARTS CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS NOW REGISTERING 9/14 THRU 10/24
THE CITY OF SAVANNAH DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS IS NOW REGISTERING STUDENTS FOR FALL VISUAL ARTS CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS WHICH BEGIN SEPTEMBER 14TH AND RUN THROUGH OCTOBER 24TH.
Fall Visual Arts Classes and Workshops Now Registering
The City of Savannah Department of Cultural Affairs is now registering students for fall visual art classes and workshops. Day and evening sessions are offered for children, teens and adults in all skill levels. Sessions begin the week of September 14 and run through October 24 and are held at the Department of Cultural Affairs studios, located at 9 W. Henry St.
Participants can explore ceramics, metals, glass, fibers, mixed media as well as painting and drawing in one day workshops and multi week classes. New offerings this fall include oil painting, wreath designing, basket weaving, a three week sculpture series, festive mask making and a multimedia workshop to empower your creativity.
One of our newest editions is the “Felted Stuffed Fish” workshop; a parent and child workshop that teaches students how to design a felted fish pillow utilizing basic sewing, stitching and embroidery techniques. For adults, we are offering a “Basket Weaving” course; in this two week class; students will learn how to make a round melon-shaped basket that has a handle.
Class fees include instruction, use of studio space, use of equipment and all materials and tools required. Space is limited and advance registration is required. Credit cards are accepted. Class schedule and registration forms are available online at www.savannahga.gov/arts or by calling (912) 651-6783. Programs are supported in part by the Georgia Council for the Arts through the appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly. Georgia Council for the arts also receives support from its partner agency - the National Endowment for the Arts.
DOLPHIN PROGRAM AND RESEARCH TRAINING PROJECT 9/19
THE DOLPHIN PROGRAM AND RESEARCH TRAINING PROJECT IS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19TH FROM 10:30 AM TO 1:00 PM AT THE RICHMOND HILL LIBRARY. LEARN ABOUT WILD BOTTLENOSE DOLPHINS AND VOLUNTEER FOR RESEARCH SURVEYS.
Love dolphins? Interested in learning about the local dolphins and/or helping in dolphin research? Come learn about these wonderful animals from 'The Dolphin Project' at the Richmond Hill Library in Richmond Hill, GA. You'll be amazed at what you don't know about the local Bottlenose dolphins. Help protect wild estuarine Bottlenose dolphins by volunteering with The Dolphin Project for research surveys. We need skippers with boats, photographers and team leaders. Minimum age for research surveys is 16. Serious research & serious fun since 1989!!! Join us on Saturday, September 19th from 10:30am to 1:00pm.
WHAT: Dolphin program & research training
WHEN: September 19, 2015, 10:30am to 1:00pm
WHERE: Richmond Hill Library, 9607 Ford Ave. Richmond Hill GA.
WHAT: Learn about the wild estuarine Bottlenose dolphins and our shared environment. You will be amazed and what you don't know about these wonderful animals. Learn about how the volunteer crews on research boats work together to photograph and record the behaviors. Volunteers needed: Skippers with boats, photographers and team leaders. thedolphinproject.org
COST: no charge for the program
THE SIXTH ANNUAL ITALIAN-HERITAGE FESTIVAL IN HONOR OF THE FEAST OF SAN GENNARO
THE SIXTH ANNUAL ITALIAN-HERITAGE FESTIVAL IN HONOR OF THE FEAST OF SAN GENNARO IS BEING HELD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19TH FROM 11 AM- 4 PM IN HILTON HEAD. Sixth Annual Italian-Heritage Festival in Honor of the Feast of San Gennaro. This annual festival hosted by the Italian-American Club of Hilton Head (IACHH), is a HIT year after year. Local Italian restaurants cook up their own specialties on-site, while vendors sell Italian-inspired wares, and handmade arts & crafts. Featuring live musical entertainment, a bocce court, grape-stomping contest, silent auction, raffles, a dunk-tank, a Kid's Zone (with lots of inflatable fun!), and much more, you will have the time of your life! Proceeds benefit only local charities and scholarship funds. Come one, come all.
WHAT: Sixth Annual Italian Heritage Festival
WHERE: Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn, Hilton Head, South Carolina
WHEN: 11 am – 4 pm, Saturday, September 19, 2015 COST: $6.00/person. Parking – free
MORE INFO: Festival Chairman, Paul Caimano, 412-897-1148 or email,
SAVANNAH CHILDREN’S CHOIR 10TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON
NOW THRU END OF YEAR
SAVANNAH CHILDREN’S CHOIR ANNOUNCES ITS 10TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON WITH VARIOUS UPCOMING EVENTS LASTING ALL YEAR…. THE NEXT EVENT IS:
Savannah Children's Choir announces 10th anniversary season
In celebration of their 10th anniversary season, the Savannah Children’s Choir announces an exciting season full of family-friendly concerts and events for the whole family. “We’ve titled the season ‘Greatest Hits’,” explains Roger Moss, SCC’s Director of Development and co-founder. “We’re bringing back some of our most popular guest artists, as well as thinking about ways we can show our appreciation to the Savannah community for their support over the past decade,” he continued.
The season kicks off with the End of Camp concert on Friday, July 24 at 7 p.m. at the Lucas Theater. This high-energy performance is the public’s first view of the children who will make up the 2015/2016 Savannah Children’s Choir. Tickets are available at www.savannahboxoffice.com, or by calling (912) 525-5050.
The Vienna Boys Choir, the world’s most celebrated children’s choir, returns on Saturday evening, October 17, 2015 at 7 p.m. for a performance at the Armstrong Fine Arts Auditorium. Presented by Brasseler USA, tickets are available at www.savannahboxoffice.com, or by calling (912) 525-5050.
SCC Artist in Residence Fikile Mvinjelwa, South Africa’s foremost baritone, will be joined by Guest Artistic Director Keith Miller and friends as they present Night in Savannah on Saturday, November 14, 2015 at the Lucas Theater. “This evening of opera features the world’s best and most beloved arias, duets and ensemble pieces, and also features the Savannah Children’s Choir as the opera children’s chorus,” explains Emmy Williams, SCC’s Director of Education and Music. “The ‘Night’ is our gift to Savannah – by making the ticket prices so affordable, children, parents and grandparents will be able to enjoy this wonderful -- but not usually accessible - art form together as a family,” she continued. Tickets are available at www.savannahboxoffice.com, or by calling (912) 525-5050.
SCC’s always popular Holiday Concert will be performed at the Lucas Theatre on Sunday, December 6, 2015 at 3 p.m. This family-friendly concert is one of the nicest ways to start your holiday season off on the right note. Tickets are available at www.savannahboxoffice.com, or by calling (912) 525-5050.
One Small Voice, the SCC’s annual award singing the praises of unsung heroes, will honor the congregation of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church for their outstanding work incubating a number of organizations that have helped children and families throughout the region. The ceremony, held Friday, February 19, 2016 from 7-9 p.m. at the American Legion on Bull Street will feature a special musical tribute by the Savannah Children’s Choir, and a cocktail reception with entertainment by Missionary Blues.
The SCC’s Spring Concert, held on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 8, is a way to treat your mother to a wonderful cultural event. The concert also offers a brief tribute to the SCC’s graduating 8th graders. Tickets will be available at www.savannahboxoffice.com, or by calling (912) 525-5050.
The Savannah Children’s Choir is also looking forward to two collaborations with the Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra. The first, performing Vivaldi’s Gloria as part of An Evening of Baroque: Handel, Bach & Vivaldi, takes place Thursday, November 19, 2015 at the Lucas Theatre. The second, performing as special guests for the Holiday Pops Family Matinee, is on Saturday, December 12, 2015, also at the Lucas Theatre. Tickets for both these events are available at www.savannahboxoffice.com, or by calling (912) 525-5050.
The Preparatory Choir will travel to Asheville, North Carolina May 13-15, 2016, and the Premier Choir will travel to Ireland June 7-14, 2016. The children will have a number of fundraisers to help raise needed funds for their trips, including Program Book ad sales, and two Spaghetti Suppers, currently scheduled for November 30 (the Monday after Thanksgiving) and March 7. Check out the SCC’s website, www.savannahchoir.org for details and times.
As part of the Ireland trip, the SCC will offer a special Partner Tour for friends, families and SCC supporters. The tour will intersect with the children at concert times, but offers a number of unique features including special tours and tastings. For more detailed information, contact the SCC at
New this year the SCC will host a Friends, Family & Alumni featuring music, food trucks and a 1M/5K fun walk or run on Sunday, November 22 in Daffin Park. Visit www.savannahchoir.org for more details.
Learn more about the season’s events and details at www.savannahchoir.org.
COASTAL HERITAGE SOCIETY LECTURE SERIES: REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERSPECTIVES
9/22 , 10/13 & 10/27
COASTAL HERITAGE SOCIETYS’ LECTURE SERIES: REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERSPECTIVES BEGINS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 22ND IN THE SAVANNAH HISTORY MUSEUM THEATRE.
*LECTURE DATES ARE 9/22, 10/13 & 10/27
Coastal Heritage Society Lecture Series: Revolutionary War Perspectives
This fall, Coastal Heritage Society will present its annual "Revolutionary Perspectives" series, sponsored by the Georgia Humanities Council, examining the American Revolution from numerous angles. Beginning on September 22nd, CHS Military Interpretation Coordinator Aaron Bradford will present a biographical sketch of the patriot James Jackson, giving the point of view of the Patriot side. On October 13th, Dan and Rita Elliot from the LAMAR Institute will explore the Battle of Savannah from an archaeological perspective. On October 27th, Dr. Chris Hendricks from Armstrong State University will discuss 18th century pop culture in his lecture titled "Revolutionary Diversions: Painting, Music, and Pastimes of the American Revolution," to give a civilian perspective on the Revolution.
Each lecture is free, open to the public, and will be held in the Savannah History Museum theater. The lecture dates are: September 22nd, 2015; October 13th; and October 27th, beginning at 7pm. Guests are welcome to a half hour reception with a cash bar prior to the talks. For more information, please contact Kasey Johnson at
or at (912) 677-0157.
FALL SERIES OF THIRD THURSDAYS ON TYBEE 9/17
THE FALL SERIES OF THIRD THURSDAYS ON TYBEE BEGINS SEPTEMBER 17TH AT 5:30 PM AT THE TYBRISA/STRAND ROUNDABOUT FEATURING A PERFORMANCE BY CLARK BYRON.
THE FALL SERIES OF THIRD THURSDAYS ON TYBEE BEGINS SEPTEMBER 17
The 2015 Fall Series of Third Thursdays on Tybee, a community event to highlight appreciation for the arts, begins September 17 at the Tybrisa / Strand Roundabout, in downtown Tybee. Bring a chair, stroll the shops and grab a bite to eat while you enjoy outdoor entertainment amid the ocean breezes.
The first fall performance for Third Thursdays on Tybee will be with Clark Byron, September 17 from 5:30pm until 7pm, at the Tybrisa / Strand Roundabout. Byron, has been writing, performing and recording country, folk, pop, and gospel music for nearly 40 years. With two recorded albums of mostly original material frequently played throughout North America and Europe, he has performed numerous times on national and worldwide television, as well as, local venues around the Coastal Empire.
You will understand why Clark Byron has been recognized by the KCCM (Kansas City Christian Music Association) as Songwriter of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year when you witness his talent firsthand at Third Thursdays on Tybee on September 17.
Businesses throughout the area welcome you to stop in while you are enjoying the music of Clark Byron. In case of inclement weather, Byron will perform inside at Spanky’s Beachside at 1605 Strand Avenue.
The fall series will continue in October with Sarah Tollerson performing at the Lot at the Shops at Tybee Oaks. Tybee Island Development Authority / Main Street host these outdoor performances to highlight appreciation for the arts every spring and fall in partnership with the City of Tybee Island. Donations are accepted and greatly appreciated to assist with hosting complementary community based activities throughout the year. More information is available on
Third Thursdays on Tybee’s Facebook page. Other events on Tybee can be found at the City of Tybee’s web calendar or by calling 912-472-5071. That’s 912-472-5071.
LOWCOUNTRY ANNIE OAKLEY’S CHARITY CLAYS TOURNAMENT 9/25
THE LOWCOUNTRY ANNIE OAKLEY’S CHARITY CLAYS TOURNAMENT IS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH FROM 8 AM TO 5 PM AT THE FOREST CITY GUN CLUB.
This 100-shot tournament benefits The Children’s Hospital of Savannah. Registration and safety begin at 1 p.m., followed by awards and cocktail reception, live entertainment, and raffle. Sponsorships available from $300 and up. To become a sponsor, please visit Lowcountryannieoakleys.com. For more information, please contact Janet Kolbush at 912-350-6369 or
FALL FESTIVAL 2015 9/26
THE 2015 FALL FESTIVAL HOSTED BY THE TYBEE ISLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY IS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH FROM NOON TO 5 PM AT THE TYBEE LIGHT STATION. ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE TYBEE ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE.
Fall Festival 2015
Don't miss the festivities at the Tybee Light Station Saturday September 26th, 2015!!!!
Fall is in the air at Tybee, and it should be a perfect weekend for a day of fun at The Tybee Lighthouse. Tybee Island Historical Society will host its “Annual Fall Festival" on Saturday from 12:00pm to 5:00pm in the back field located behind the Light House, 30 Meddin Drive on Tybee Island. Family-friendly activities including games, prizes, bounce ballroom, obstacle course, cakewalk, hotdogs, popcorn and drinks. Admission to the festival is free and open to all ages. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Tybee Island Lighthouse.
For more information please call Vikki @ 912-786-5801.
CITY SEEKS WEAVE A DREAM APPLICATIONS
NOW THRU 10/1
THE CITY OF SAVANNAH IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE WEAVE A DREAM INITIATIVE NOW THRU OCTOBER 1ST. Project Funding Available for Innovative, Cultural Arts Programs City seeks applications for Weave A Dream Initiative
January 15, 2015 /www.savannahga.gov/ --The City of Savannah’s Weave-A-Dream (WAD) Panel has issued a call for proposals for its 2015 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 October 1, 2015 and the application
must be submitted at least eight weeks prior to the start date of the project. 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 committee seeks proposals that actively involve
youth, seniors, and those who have limited access to arts based programs in Savannah.
Programs engaging participates ranging from 6 -11 graders with disciplines of production,
animation, photography desktop publishing, CAD, metalworking and carpentry are of
particular interest to Weave-A-Dream. While other programs such as performing, visual,
media, theater, folk, design (architecture), or literary arts are also encouraged to
apply. 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. Applications are available on the Department of Cultural Affairs website
(www.savannahga.gov\arts). They can also be requested by contacting Rebecca Brown at
912-651-5988 ext. 8969 or
. 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 eed. Technical assistance is available to applying organizations by contacting Rebecca Brown 912-651-5988 ext. 8969 or
ST. VINCENT’S ANNUAL TOUR OF HOMES AND TEA 10/17
ST. VINCENT’S ANNUAL TOUR OF HOMES AND TEA IS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17TH FROM 10 AM TO 4 PM THROUGHOUT THE HISTORIC SAVANNAH DISTRICT.
St. Vincent’s Annual Tour of Homes and Tea: Saturday, October 17
St. Vincent’s Academy is proud to announce our Annual Tour of Homes and Tea on Saturday, October 17, 2015 to benefit the preservation of the Convent of St. Vincent de Paul. The event will be held from 10:00am - 4:00pm and will include a delightful self-guided tour of seven homes in the Historic Savannah District, along with the original 1845 Convent building at St. Vincent’s. Certainly, the centerpiece of the tour is the elegant tea which will be served on the grounds of the Convent. St. Vincent’s Academy students will serve a delicate repast of tea, homemade confections and traditional tea sandwiches. The ticket cost is $45. Order tickets before September 30th and pay only $40. For ticket information, please visit www.svatourofhomes.net or call 912.665.6823 or 912.236.5505 for ticketing information. Come see for yourself why native Savannahians and out-of-towners alike say this annual Fall event is “the best tour in Savannah.”
HOSPICE IN NEED OF VOLUNTEERS TO VISIT PATIENTS
HOSPICE SAVANNAH IS SEEKING VOLUNTEERS TO VISIT HOMECARE PATIENTS IN POOLER, HINESVILLE AND RINCON. TWO-DAY TRAININGS WILL BE HELD IN EARLY NOVEMBER. Hospice Savannah, our community based not-for-profit hospice for over 35 years, is seeking volunteers to visit homecare patients in the Pooler, Hinesville and Rincon areas. Two-day trainings will be held early November, 2014 or in January 2105. For more information, please call 912.355.2289 or visit www.HospiceSavannah.org/Volunteer.
WENDY’S WALK 10/24
THE WENDY’S WALK WHICH ACKNOWLEDGES BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH IS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24TH FROM 8 AM TO NOON AT THE TYBEE ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE.
Tybee Island Lighthouse
30 Meddin Dr, Tybee Island, GA
October 24, 2015 | 9:00 AM
Last year our October Monthly Survivor Fun Walk at the Lighthouse acknowledging Breast Cancer Awareness month was renamed Wendy's Walk in honor of our friend Wendy Brewer. Wendy is a longtime lighthouse volunteer, writer, photographer, and breast cancer survivor. She is also a huge supporter of our local Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure event. Earlier this year her Team Glow came in second in terms of dollars raised, but first in sincerity and commitment. As you know Every Step Counts is a rarity in the nonprofit world because we don't ask people for money. Our purpose is to help survivors return to good health through walking and exercise. It doesn't cost anything to walk and you don't need your insurance company's approval. This time, however, we are asking you to bring your checkbook and write out a donation to Susan G. Komen for the Cure in honor of Wendy Brewer. Consider this the first Team Glow fundraiser for the 2016 event.
Once again the Lighthouse and the museum are opening their doors and parking lot for us at no charge from 8:00 AM until 12:00 Noon. They are also providing pink lemonade and cookies.
As the date grows closer we will have more to report. Please go ahead and mark October 24th on your calendar and save the date.
ANSLEY’S RAINBOWS OF HOPE CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR 11/7
ANSLEY’S RAINBOWS OF HOPE CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR IN SUPPORT OF FAMILIES WITH CRITICALLY ILL CHILDREN IS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH FROM 9 AM TO 4 PM AT WHITE BLUFF UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.
Ansley's Rainbows of Hope Christmas Spectacular!
Local artist, craftsman, boutiques, and food vendors are needed for an art and crafts extravaganza.
The event will be held November 7th at White Bluff United Methodist Church in Savannah, GA from 9AM-4PM.
Discounted rental space is still available.
Visit our website www.ansleysrainbows.org for more information or contact Nancy Gearhart at 912-660-8309.
Ansley's Rainbows of Hope seeks to ease the financial burden experienced by families of critically ill children receiving acute care while displaced from their home. Having experienced the devastation of two of our children being born with heart defects and then spending countless days in the hospital 200+ miles away from home, we understand the financial burden placed on families with critically ill children. We want families to focus on what is most important, their sick child.
BLANKET DRIVE TO BENEFIT AREA ANIMAL SHELTERS
THE TOP DOG GROOMING SPA IN POOLER IS COLLECTING NEW OR USED BLANKETS FOR LOCAL SHELTERS. The Top Dog Grooming Spa located on US Highway 80 in Pooler, GA is collecting new or used blankets, comforters and towels for local shelters to keep animals warm during the cold winter months.
FREE SWIM LESSONS FOR LOW INCOME INDIVIDUALS & FAMILIES
THE CHATHAM COUNTY AQUATICS CENTER IS OFFERING FREE ADULT SWIM LESSONS WITH A CERTIFIED INSTRUCTOR. The Chatham County Aquatic Center is looking for adults to participate in a FREE swim lesson program. The swim lessons are for adults that might not have the financial resources nor the access to a learn to swim program. Adults must show proof of income to qualify. Participants will attend 8 45 minute lessons provided by a certified instructor. Learn to swim programs offer not only a life saving skill but also introduce the healthy benefits of swimming. For more information call the Chatham County Aquatic Center at 912-652-6793.
THE 200 CLUB
HELP SURVIVING FAMILIES OF FALLEN OFFICERS AND FIREFIGHTERS BY JOIN THE 200 CLUB OF THE COASTAL EMPIRE. VISIT TWOHUNDREDCLUB.ORG TO DONATE TODAY.
PEGASUS RIDING ACADEMY
PEGASUS RIDING ACADEMY, AN EQUINE THERAPEUTIC RIDING PROGRAM FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH PHYSICAL, MENTAL OR EMOTIONAL DISABILITIES, IS IN NEED OF VOLUNTEERS. Pegasus is located at Wicklow
Farms , behind Johnny Harris on Victory Drive. Patience and dedication are necessary! For info and directions go to www.prasav.org or call 912 - 547 - 6482 .
REED HOUSE REHABILITATION SERVIES
REED HOUSE ON CORNELL AVENUE PROVIDES PSYCHO-SOCIAL AND VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION OPPORTUNITIES. FOR A TOUR CALL
777.4108. REED HOUSE 1144 CORNELL Ave Sav, Ga 31406
ANIMAL LOVERS / VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
ONE LOVE ANIMAL RESCUE, SAVE A LIFE & THE HUMANE SOCIETY ALL NEED VOLUNTEERS, FOSTERS OR DONATIONS.
One Love Animal rescue needs volunteers, fosters and donations. Please sign up or get more information by calling 912.507.6125.
Save A Life Mobile Adoption Desk at PetSmart on Abercorn Saturdays from 11am til 2pm. Or on the first Saturday of the month at TailsSpin in Habersham Village from 11am til 2. Call 912.598.7729 and leave a message for Susan.
Humane Society information call Selah Delacos at 912.354.9515 ext 112 or
CPR SEEKS HELP FOR HEARTWORM POSITIVE DOGS
COASTAL PET RESCUE IS SEEKING DONATIONS FOR HEARTWORM POSITIVE DOG TREATMENTS. It's been a long year for Coastal Pet Rescue, and with 99 canine intakes this year, it's only going to be longer. So far, Coastal Pet Rescue has treated five canines for heartworms, and two more are still awaiting their turn, but help is urgently needed to fund the medical care. Although heartworms are preventable thanks to monthly medications, many of the dogs Coastal Pet Rescue rescues have not been kept current - If ever at all - on the prevention, and thus need the expensive treatments. Treatments can run $600 to $1200 depending upon the severity of the infestation, and since Coastal Pet Rescue does not believe in passing on the excessive medical bills for adopters and instead charges only a flat $150 adoption fee, there's a lot left to cover. Donations may be made online at coastalpetrescue.org/donate or by mail to Coastal Pet Rescue, PO Box 30462, Savannah, GA 31410.
SCMPD ANIMAL CONTROL SEEKS VOLUNTEERS
SAVANNAH CHATHAM CO. ANIMAL CONTROL SEEKS VOLUNTEERS TO SERVE AS GREETERS, OFFICE ASSISTANTS, ANIMAL PHOTOGRAPHERS AND MORE.
Animal Control seeks volunteers to serve as: greeters, office assistants, animal photographers, event coordinators, groomers, property maintenance workers, kennel assistants, dog walkers, cat socializers, play area monitors, off-site adoption managers, veterinary service supporters, and foster coordinators.
No prior animal shelter experience is necessary. Newly trained volunteers will be authorized to serve immediately after orientation.
Potential volunteers are asked to notify Lewis prior to orientation; though, walk-ins are welcome. Volunteers must be at least 17-years-old.
Lewis can be reached at (912) 525-2151 or
COASTAL PET RESCUE ADOPTION CENTER
COASTAL PET RESCUE ADOPTION CENTER SEEKS VOLUNTEERS AND DONATIONS TO ASSIST THEM IN RESTORING THEIR GROUNDS. We're excited to announce that we're starting work on Phase I of the Coastal Pet Rescue Adoption Center. Thanks to an amazing partnership with the Animal Hospital at Rice Hope and Animal House at Live Oak Kennels, we have a lease agreement for seven existing kennels to be used as temporary holding kennels to rescue animals from area animal controls until foster homes are available. The kennels need a few repairs, and we want to clean up the grounds a bit, too. We will have two work days, Wednesday, October 29 and Saturday, November 8, starting at 9:30 am. Volunteers are needed to help clean, paint, rake leaves, and pick up debris. Volunteers who have their own tools, rakes, etc. are encouraged to bring them as we have limited ones on site. Additionally, we need donations of some items, to include: Lawn and leaf bags, 14 thick blankets/comforters, Rags, 1 Outdoor trash cans, Bug spray, Bleach, 14 Stainless steel food and water dishes, Deck box (for outdoor storage), A broom, Pavers, Plywood and Shingles (to replace the roof), Or purchase directly from our Amazon.com Wishlist. If you are interested in helping on a work day or donating supplies, please contact us. Instructions along with driving directions to the location on Southside Savannah will be provided after signing up. Once the kennels are up and running, we'll be looking for volunteers to help daily with cleaning and walking canines as well as assisting with transporting them to and from vet visits, foster homes and adoption days.
CITY OF SAVANNAH SANITATION BULK COLLECTION
THE CITY OF SAVANNAH ANNOUNCES A NEW SYSTEM FOR BULK COLLECTION. CITIZENS MAY SCHEDULE THEIR BULK COLLECTION BY CALLING 311. Residents will still have a scheduled week each month to receive bulk item collection with no additional charge, but collection will no longer be automatic. Residents must call 311 by the Friday prior to their scheduled week of collection to receive no-fee bulk item collection service. The collection schedule is still based upon customers' weekly trash collection day. Residents will be charged a fee for the collection of any bulk items put out for pick-up that have not been called in to 311 by the Friday deadline. Any items placed out off-schedule will also be removed for a fee. Sanitation calendar magnets were distributed to residents at the start of the year. The calendars can also be downloaded online at savannahga.gov/sanitation. Bulk item collection is a continued service offered by City of Savannah Sanitation to retrieve and dispose of large items placed out for collection by residents during a one-week period each month. Bulk items include most large household goods, including discarded furniture and appliances. Items that will NOT be collected during bulk item pickup include yard waste, construction material, hazardous materials and liquid waste.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS THERE FOR YOUR HELP.... CALL 356.3688 IN THE SAVANNAH AREA 24 HOURS A DAY OR VISIT WWW.SAVANNAHAA.COM