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  • Savannah Irish Festival
    Join us for a fun-filled weekend as we kick-off the Savannah St. Patrick's Day festivities.
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    Irish Fest
  • Savannah Womens Half Marathon
    The Savannah Women’s Half Marathon & 5K highlights the beautiful Historic District in 13.1 miles of tree-lined streets and city squares.
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    Savannah Womens Half Marathon
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  • Savannah Stopover
    Presenting traveling musicians with a welcoming place to play en route to Austin's prestigious SXSW Music Conference.
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    Savannah Stopover

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Mar 6, 2015 - Mar 8, 2015


Fri, Mar 06, 2015

Tea at Mrs. Davenport's

Mar 06, 2015 - Mar 06, 2015, Cultural

Thursday and Fridays in March 2015 PROGRAM DATES AND TIMES: March 5, 6, 12, 13 and 19 at 5 p.m.; March 20 and 26 at 4:30 p.m. Reservations recommended. Limited attendance. LENGTH OF PROGRAM: 60 to 75 minutes Learn about tea traditions and experience an early 19th century tea in the historic atmosphere of the Davenport House Museum. Patrons will tour areas of the historic home where tea service took place and will participate in an afternoon tea with costumed interpreters. The performance requires that guests be able to walk up and down stairs.

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The Visual Blues

Jan 30, 2015 - May 03, 2015, Exhibits

The art scene in Harlem from 1919 to approximately 1940 provided a creative haven for African Americans and encouraged a melding of art, music, literature, and poetry, giving rise to the term "Harlem Renaissance." The Visual Blues explores the rich interaction between the visual artists of the Harlem Renaissance and the wealth of blues and jazz music emanating from the Deep South and moving north. Artists and musicians of the period blurred artistic boundaries, drawing inspiration from each other and often contributing to one another’s art forms. The Visual Blues exhibition comprises of paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, and sculptures, illustrating the unprecedented outburst of artistic creativity during the Harlem Renaissance that was inspired by blues and jazz, dance and social clubs.

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Savannah Stopover Festival

Mar 05, 2015 - Mar 07, 2015, Concerts|Festivals

Join us in March as hundreds of bands make the long trek down I-95 headed to Austin's prestigious South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Festival. The best up and coming bands stopover in Savannah's beautiful Historic District for a three-day celebration of great music and Southern hospitality.

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Harlem Globetrotters

Feb 12, 2015 - Mar 10, 2015, Sports Event

Create lasting family memories with the Harlem Globetrotters. Hilarious antics & amazing basketball skills will entertain the whole family.

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Youth Art Month at the Savannah Mall

Feb 28, 2015 - Mar 29, 2015, Exhibits

During the month of March, the Savannah Mall will use Dillard’s Court to showcase visual arts projects created by students from 53 area schools in recognition of National Youth Art Month (YAM). An opening ceremony will take place on Saturday, February 28, with the exhibit extending through Sunday, March 29. The theme of this year’s event is “Make it Pop!”

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Beauty and The Beast

Mar 06, 2015 - Mar 08, 2015, Theatre

Savannah Christian Preparatory School presents a production of Beauty And The Beast. Come watch the talented students perform in Disney's musical.

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In Living Color: Andy Warhol and Contemporary Printmaking

Mar 01, 2015 - May 17, 2015, Exhibits

Spanning three decades of Andy Warhol’s career, this exhibition features some of the artist’s most iconic screenprints, including his portraits of Marilyn Monroe and Mao Zedong, the splashy camouflage series, and the controversial Electric Chair portfolio. Drawn exclusively from the rich collections of Jordan Schnitzer and his family foundation, In Living Color is divided into five sections - experimentation, emotion, experience, subversion, and attitude. In each, Warhol’s work is placed in conversation with other artists of the postwar era, such as Louise Bourgeois, Chuck Close, and Keith Haring, whose work uses color as a tool to shape how we interpret and respond to images.

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