Saturday February 16th and March 2nd
Saturdays at Southwest is an opportunity to participate in an open discussion on thought-provoking topics with input from local experts.
Take part in an open discussion to change the stigma. The monthly sessions are free are held at Southwest Chatham Library 11am-noon.
Saturday, February 16th
“The Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters: Telling the Whole Story”
A showcase of the house as part of the wider history of slavery in Savannah and the south. Presented by Shannon Browning-Mullis, Telfair Museums
Saturday, March 2nd
“A Community Conversation: Mental Wellness”
Take part in an open discussion to change the stigma
Presented by Jess Matthewson, Gateway Community Service Board
CEU credits available for professionals
For more information on Saturdays at Southwest go to #SatSW liveoakpl.org/saturdays/
or call 912.927.4079
Location: 14097 Abercorn Extension