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Oct 24, 2014 - Oct 26, 2014


Fri, Oct 24, 2014

The Bear Gala

Oct 24, 2014 - Oct 24, 2014, Charity Event

The 19th Annual Bear Gala hosted by The One Hundred benefiting The Children's Hospital at Memorial University Medical Center. Optional Black Tie. Cocktails, Dinner, Live & Silent Auctions. "Together we will make tomorrow better by working for healthy children today."

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Savannah Speed Classic

Oct 24, 2014 - Oct 26, 2014, Cultural

Nestled across the water from famed River Street, Savannah’s own little, private island comes alive with the roar of engines the first weekend in November. With its storied past and cobblestone streets, Savannah, unbeknownst to most, is the birth place of Grand Prix racing. Celebrating that heritage, the Speed Classic is a unique road race experience offering an intimate look at the inner workings of racing. Featuring points series races and even more excitement with hot lap rides, test drives and pit access, you'll be strapped in at full throttle and up close and personal.

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Savannah Live!

Oct 24, 2014 - Oct 24, 2014, Theatre

A two-hour, high-energy variety show, featuring Pop, Rock, Broadway and Jazz, performed by award-winning singers and a rockin' live band on stage! Savannah's No. 1 downtown live entertainment in the historic 1818 Savannah Theatre. Times: 3PM and 8PM

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Dreadful Pestilence: YELLOW FEVER in 1820 Savannah

Oct 24, 2014 - Oct 24, 2014, Cultural

Friday and Saturday nights in October 2014 at 7:30 p.m. and 8:45 p.m. Reservations recommended. Limited attendance. LENGTH OF PROGRAM: 60 minutes Participants in the living history performance experience the story of yellow fever’s dreadful consequences which transformed the bustling seaport of Savannah into a ghost town. Moving through the house and garden by candlelight, visitors observe the 19th century inhabitants as their thoughts turn to the contemplation of their own mortality and witness a doctor’s treatment of a fever victim. In an area seldom seen by visitors, the fate and experiences of the uncounted half to the city’s population, both free and enslaved Africans, are revealed. 2014 will be the last year this program will be presented to the general public. Not suitable for children under 8 years of age. The performance requires that guests be able to walk up and down stairs and maneuver in the candlelit rooms.

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Deen Family Book Signing

Oct 24, 2014 - Oct 24, 2014, Cultural

Join Paula, Jamie and Bobby at the Deen Family Book Signing! 350 wristbands will be distributed at 9 am.

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Romantic Spirits: Nineteenth-Century Paintings from the Johnson Collection

Jul 30, 2014 - Feb 15, 2015, Cultural|Educational|Exhibits

Spanning the years 1810-1896, this exhibition examines the core concepts of the romantic movement as it unfolded in fine art of the American South. Having originated in European literature and art, romanticism found its way to America. The same ideals found in the canvases of the Hudson River School also colored the art of painters who found their inspiration and audience in the South. The works in this exhibition are drawn from the Johnson Collection, founded by George Dean Johnson, Jr. and Susan (Susu) Phifer Johnson of Spartanburg, South Carolina. The Johnsons are passionate philanthropists committed to enhancing the educational environment and cultural vibrancy of their hometown, state and region. Their collection began as an interest in paintings by Carolina artist in 2002, and has since grown to encompass more than eight hundred objects with provenances that span the centuries and chronicle the cultural evolution of the American South.

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Whitfield Lovell: Deep River

Aug 15, 2014 - Feb 01, 2015, Cultural|Educational|Exhibits

Artist Whitfield Lovell is internationally renowned for this thought-provoking portraits and signature tableaux. In the exhibition, Lovell utilizes sculpture, video, drawing, sound, and music to create an environment that fully engages the viewer’s senses and emotions. His art pays tribute to the lives of anonymous African Americans and is universal in its discussion and exploration of passage, memory, and the search for freedom. The multi-media “Deep River” installation converts a 2,500-square-foot gallery into a unique environment, which the viewer enters and experiences as a personal journey. The darkened space, which Lovell designed specifically for the Jepson Center, surrounds the viewer with projected images of a flowing river, as the sounds of chirping birds and the river’s rushing currents fill the air. The center of the gallery contains a massive mound of dirt, strewn with everyday objects seemingly abandoned by past inhabitants of the space.

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