The Savannah Bazaar To Host “Spring Carnival”


The Savannah Bazaar is hosting a ”Spring Carnival” for the March event, held on the 26th at Jelinek Creative Spaces on 101 North Fahm Street. Doors open at 3pm until 8pm.

The Savannah Bazaar is dedicated to promoting community wellness through art and culture. The “Spring Carnival” features live music, Molly Macpherson’s food truck, craft beer, games, activities for kids and local vendors. Live music is by Xuluprophet’s Stardust Circus Springtime Show, which begins at 5.

Set in the alley will be Mystic Fair featuring Savannah’s most talented Tarot and Psychic readers as well as over a wide variety of vendors. Vendors include: homemade health, jewelry and beauty products, a variety of clothing including new and vintage, as well as health and wellness advice.

Many local community groups are also participating in this month’s Bazaar, including the Savannah Bicycle Campaign, which recently worked on preventing a bike ban in Forsyth, and Loop It Up Savannah, which provides art classes and materials to local schools. The Bazaar continues to be a space for community members to connect and learn how to become involved in local causes.

“The Savannah Bazaar gives visitors a glimpse of “the real Savannah” by offering local artists and community activists opportunities to present to the public.” Says Joanne Morton, Director of Operations. “When people meet each other, they become more invested in being a part of their community. This is very important for Savannah right now. We need to be able to work with everyone.”

The Savannah Bazaar has been at Jelinek Creative Spaces since September 2015. Jelinek is a community space for local artists. Well FED Events is a local management company that produces events such as Earth Day (April 16, 2016) as well as the monthly Bazaar. For more information about The Savannah Bazaar, feel free to contact Joanne Morton at Vendors may apply at

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