Savannah spring has sprung y’all! The weather is warmer, the activities are endless, and the flowers are in bloom. With that being said, there are tons of activities, festivals, and great ways to spend your days in the beautiful hostess city this season. Click the titles for more information
Meet the Maker – Buffalo Trace Antique Collection Dinner at Stone & Webster Chophouse. Plant Riverside District will host a special Meet the Maker – Buffalo Trace Antique Collection Dinner at Stone & Webster Chophouse, a modern restaurant offering a fresh take on the American chophouse experience. This event is open to the public. The intimate Meet the Maker dinner will feature rare bourbons and whiskeys from the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection as well as premium Buffalo Trace Distillery Bourbon Whiskies, including 15-year and 23-year samplings from Buffalo Trace’s Pappy Van Winkle Edition.
Bring an Easter basket and a picnic and spend the afternoon enjoying our beautiful riverside park. We will host an Easter egg hunt and the annual Easter Bonnet Parade (at 1 pm). Pre-registration is required by calling 912-727-2339.
Join the hip little town of Thunderbolt, GA for a fun, family-friendly Egg Hunt at Cesaroni Park, behind the Thunderbolt Fire Station. Guests will enjoy lunch from The Big Cheese food truck, Savannah Square Pops, & Nothing Bundt Cakes, plus the opportunity to get fairy hair, shop for oysters, and more, and look around the Swag Bus! Games will be set up, photos with the easter bunny, and of course the big egg hunt! Come out for great community fellowship and wonderful fun for the entire family together.
Mix It Up at the Moon class will offer the opportunity to mix cocktails crafted with Asheville, N.C.’s own Wicked Weed beer and Augusta, Ga.’s Second City Distillery whiskey and bourbon. This special mixology class will be co-hosted by Wicked Weed Brand Ambassadors Anthony Scarpitti and Jen Currier as well as Second City’s in-house mixologist Josie Swanson.
Our 15th Annual Dancing with Savannah Stars will be held on Thursday, April 20th from 6:30-8:30 pm at Victory North. Each “Savannah Star” is paired with a professional dancer to perfect their performance. On April 20th, they will showcase their talents and compete for the trophy. Each Savannah Star also has a fundraising goal of $15,000 to support the mission of Savannah CASA. With support from their community, our Stars ensure that every child in foster care in Chatham County has an advocate. Note: VIP tickets include access to the pre-party and celebratory after-party.
April 22nd 2023
Join us on Saturday, April 22, for a tour of the spectacular interiors and gardens of Savannah’s Ardsley Park -Chatham Crescent Historic Neighborhood. Ardsley Park was developed in 1910 as a residential neighborhood and planned as a twentieth-century variant of Oglethorpe’s original city plan. On this self-guided walking tour, you will stroll down oak-lined streets and be treated to exquisitely landscaped squares.
Perhaps one of Savannah’s most family-friendly springtime events is the Savannah College of Art and Design Sidewalk Art Festival. SCAD students, alumni, and local high school students create mesmerizing chalk art on squares around Forsyth Park. Visitors can spend an afternoon admiring these chalk masterpieces while taking in the beauty of Forsyth Park in the spring.
The five world-class illusionists that make up this mind-bending theatrical production are back on tour in 2023 following sell-out shows across the globe, rave reviews, and a run in London’s West End. Catch this incredible show for the whole family at Johnny Mercer Theatre on April 28!
The Town of Thunderbolt presents the 2023 Thunderbolt Blessing of the Fleet. The festival pays tribute to Thunderbolt’s local shrimping and fishing industry, offering a fleet blessing, live music, vendors, food trucks, a beer garden, and free activities along the beautiful Wilmington riverfront.