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Top picks: Do Savannah talks Mountainfilm fest and more on 'The Bridge'

 

Top picks: Do Savannah talks Mountainfilm fest and more on 'The Bridge'

11 Jan 2017

Do editor Heather Henley joins Kim Gusby on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer. Read more in co-hosts Renee LaSalle's weekly column.

You can explore the globe from your theater seat during the impressive three-day Mountainfilm on Tour Savannah from Jan. 19-21. This annual event brings stories from all over the world that are meant to inspire and uplift viewers. See the full schedule and get more details here.
 
Armstrong State University showcases artists from around the country at its sixth annual National 2-D Competition Exhibition, which runs through Jan. 20 and features a free reception Jan. 18. See some of the images and read more here. 
 
Blessings in a Book Bag organizer Mahogany Bowers is back with the nonprofit's annual Unity 5K on MLK and Music Festival on Jan. 14 in Forsyth Park. Your 5K participation donation helps the group continue to provide weekend meals for schoolchildren and their families, while the music portion of the day is free and open to the public. See our full story here. 
 
Fans of the '60s British Invasion music will want to be at Trustees Theater the night of Jan. 14 as the Herman's Hermits Show Starring Peter Noone rolls through Savannah. “We have a great fan club,” Noone says. “We’re just proud we still have an audience.” Read the full interview here. 
 
And finally, head over to the Savannah International Trade & Convention Center on Jan. 14 and 15 for some life-sized animatronic dinosaur fun with Jurassic Quest. There will even be a chance for future paleontologists to uncover hidden bones in a fossil dig, along with face painting, bounce houses and more. Get details here. 
 
Look for Heather's weekend preview on "The Bridge" from 11 a.m.-noon every Wednesday on WSAV-TV or catch the live stream.
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