“Christmas In Yamacraw” First Bryan Baptist Church and The Yamacraw Restoration Project

By Savannah Tribune | November 17, 2021

On Nov. 24th at 5pm in Yamacraw Square, join First Bryan Baptist Church and the Yamacraw Restoration Project as we rename and rededicate Yamacraw Square (formerly known as Yamacraw Park) on the steps of the church Join us for the dedication ceremony and the lighting of the Christmas trees. Keynote speakers Pastor Christopher Pitman and Jerome Meadows, the artist that … Continue reading ““Christmas In Yamacraw” First Bryan Baptist Church and The Yamacraw Restoration Project”

Union Mission and Parker’s to Unveil Plans for Parker’s House, Savannah and Coastal Georgia’s Only Facility Dedicated Solely To Unaccompanied Homeless Women

By Savannah Tribune | November 17, 2021

Union Mission, a nonprofit organization based in Savannah, Ga. that is dedicated to caring for the homeless community and offering emergency, transitional and permanent housing solutions to those in need; and Parker’s, a nationally acclaimed convenience store company and food service leader headquartered in Savannah, Ga. Parker’s House: A Home for Women Announcement and Check Presentation. Union Mission and Parker’s … Continue reading “Union Mission and Parker’s to Unveil Plans for Parker’s House, Savannah and Coastal Georgia’s Only Facility Dedicated Solely To Unaccompanied Homeless Women”

The Savannah (GA) Chapter, The Links, Inc. Covid 19 Vaccine Clinic Continues with JC Lewis Primary Health Care Center

By Savannah Tribune | November 17, 2021

Many of my friends and patients have asked these questions because they are still hesitant to take the Covid 19 vaccine. Here are some questions and answers that the CDC has published that might help. Where can I get a COVID 19 vaccine? You can get a COVID 19 vaccine at pharmacies, the county health department and doctor’s offices. The … Continue reading “The Savannah (GA) Chapter, The Links, Inc. Covid 19 Vaccine Clinic Continues with JC Lewis Primary Health Care Center”

New Savannah Museum Tells The Storied History of Gretsch Instruments

By Savannah Tribune | November 17, 2021

Drums, guitars, history, business and education have come together in a spectacular new interactive museum and exhibit in downtown Savannah that will pique the interest of any music lover. That Great Gretsch Sound! museum is a new destination where Georgia Southern University helps tell the story of a family owned company that is still regarded as one of the music … Continue reading “New Savannah Museum Tells The Storied History of Gretsch Instruments”

Hustle & Blow Dry Bar Hosts The Lowcountry Farm Fest Benefiting Forsyth Farmers’ Market

By Savannah Tribune | November 17, 2021

Hustle & Blow Dry Bar is excited to announce the Lowcountry Farm Fest benefiting the Forsyth Farmers’ Market. This first-ever event will be held on Thursday, November 18 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Starland Yard, located at 2411 De Soto Avenue in Savannah. Hustle & Blow Dry Bar, Savannah’s only green salon, is proud to support the Forsyth Farmers’ … Continue reading “Hustle & Blow Dry Bar Hosts The Lowcountry Farm Fest Benefiting Forsyth Farmers’ Market”

Live Oak Public Libraries Receives International Paper Foundation Grant

By Savannah Tribune | November 17, 2021

Live Oak Public Libraries has been awarded a $10,000 grant from International Paper’s Port Wentworth Mill and the International Paper Foundation. Funds will support the creation of StoryWalks® to be installed in local parks and public spaces in the library system’s three-county service area of Chatham, Effingham, and Liberty Counties. We will also establish mobile StoryWalks® that are portable and … Continue reading “Live Oak Public Libraries Receives International Paper Foundation Grant”

CAT Holding Career Fair on Thursday

By Savannah Tribune | November 17, 2021

Chatham Area Transit is holding a career fair this week at the Oglethorpe Mall near the vacant Sears and food court. The event will be held from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 18. CAT is hiring CDL bus operators, non-CDL paratransit operators, parttime and full-time water ferry captains, a Human Resources manager, supervisors, and maintenance staff. The … Continue reading “CAT Holding Career Fair on Thursday”

Shots & Headshots Raises Over $3,000 For United Way Annual Campaign

By Savannah Tribune | November 17, 2021

Photographer Somi Benson-Jaja and the team at Shot By Somi Studios are excited to announce that the 3rd Annual Shots & Headshots event raised over $3,000 in support of United Way of the Coastal Empire’s Annual Campaign. This year’s event was held on Thursday, November 4 at The Alida in Savannah. “For the past three years, my team and I … Continue reading “Shots & Headshots Raises Over $3,000 For United Way Annual Campaign”

Cirque Italia Visits Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | November 17, 2021

Have you ever dreamed of going on an epic pirate adventure and discovering a buried treasure? Cirque Italia is giving you the opportunity to come along on this thrilling quest in their BRAND-NEW production! Don’t miss out on your chance to join us in SAVANNAH, GA for performances, December 2-5! Cirque Italia is enforcing all recommendations set forth by the … Continue reading “Cirque Italia Visits Savannah”

Savannah State University’s Visual & Performing Arts Dance Group Performs Live

By Savannah Tribune | November 17, 2021

Savannah State University’s Visual and Performing Arts Program will present “Faces of Change,” the long-anticipated fall dance concert featuring performances by the Obsidian Dance Repertory, the official pre-professional dance group for the university’s Department of Fine Arts, Humanities and Wellness. Located on campus in the Kennedy Fine Arts Center Theater, 3219 College St., the program will take place at 8 … Continue reading “Savannah State University’s Visual & Performing Arts Dance Group Performs Live”