Great things come from small dreams. “I had a dream that I was dancing under my disco ball, with musicians everywhere, dancing for 24 hours for Mother Earth,” said Erica Cobb Jarman, owner of Savannah vintage clothing store House of Strut.
When guests travel to Savannah, they don’t always see the hard work and dedication that goes into not only the maintenance of our historic buildings, but also the preservation efforts in restoring them to historically accurate settings.
Ever since a wee little group of gnomes decided to craft a gaming festival, a lavish little world of tabletop gaming, cosplay and cool shows became available to Savannah. GnomeCon was born, much to the delight of geeks, nerds and gamers alike.
Southbound Brewing Co. and Savannah Bicycle Campaign are joining forces again this year to challenge six teams to a Battle of the Bikes, with the mission to repair bikes for children with Blessings in a Bookbag.
The birth of Jesus of Nazareth is one of the most beloved stories around the world. Compassion Christian Church’s “The Journey” recreates the world from more than 2,000 years ago, when tribes of Judea traveled to be counted and taxed by Rome.
The second annual Superhero Fun Run 5K hosted by Frank Callen Boys & Girls Clubs offers a fun way for the community to give back to the unsung heroes — folks like the ones who stepped up and helped restore Savannah after the wake of Hurricane Matthew.