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Free Children’s Music Concerts, Bluffton & Hilton Head Is.

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

Free children's concerts Head IslSing, dance, wiggle, jump, skip and learn through interactive children’s music @ free children’s music concerts in Bluffton & Hilton Head Island.

Live guitar and non-stop fun with Patty Shukla.

For more information visit http://www.youtube.com/pattyshukla

Children’s Music Concert – Open to the Public
BLUFFTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
Monday, June 19 at 10:30AM – 11:15AM
Bluffton Public Library
120 Palmetto Way, Bluffton, SC 29910-9628, United States
Free

HILTON HEAD, SOUTH CAROLINA
Monday, June 19 at 2-2:45PM
Beaufort County Libraries: Hilton Head Branch
11 Beach City Rd, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina 29926
Free

Savannah Summer Camps 2017: Princess Camp, American Girl Camp & more @ Savannah Sharks

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

Princess Summer Camp Savannah Sharks

Savannah Sharks Summer Camps 2017 

Savannah Sharks offers a variety of camps for all ages including Tumble Camp, American Girl Camp, Super FUN Camp, Princess Camp, Cheer Camp.

Sibling discount 25% off 2nd child

May 31-June 2 Tumble Camp
9AM-12PM
Levels 1-5
Ages 6 & Up
$30 per day

June 5-June 9 American Girl Camp
9AM-2PM (Friday until Noon)
Ages 5-11
$150

June 19-21 Super FUN Camp
9AM-12PM
Athletes of ALL abilities welcome
Ages 6 & Up
$75
Field day games, crafts, talent show, contest, dress-up days, free play & more

July 10-July 13 Princess Camp
9AM-1PM (Thursday til Noon)
Ages 3-6
$125

July 24-July 26 Tumble Camp
9AM-Noon
Levels 1-5
Ages 6 & Up
$30 per day

July 31-Aug 2 Sideline Cheer Camp
9AM-2PM
$100

Learn more about these camps here. 

If you would like to sign up for any of these camps, please visit www.savsharkscheer.com/summer-camps and click on the Register button or click here to get started.

U-pick thornless blackberry season 2017, Savannah

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

U-pick blackberry picking SavannahU-pick thornless blackberry season 2017 is now open @ Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens, Savannah.

Picking hours will be Monday-Thursday and Saturday from 8AM-11AM (Note there’s no berry picking on Fridays or Sundays). It is best to come before 9AM.

Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens at the Historic Bamboo Farm offers fresh berry fruits for picking from the fields when in season. The harvest season is heavily weather dependent.

Call 912-921-5460 to learn the status of the field prior to arriving, as poor weather or large crowds may pick the field clean well before the 1PM scheduled closing. The best time to pick is first thing in the morning at 9 am (as it is cooler, too).

No pets allowed in the fruit picking fields during your harvest. Children must be supervised to prevent plant trampling. You are responsible to pay for all fruits (ripe or unripe) picked during a visit. Remember, blackberries do not further ripen once picked, so only focus on berries that fall/tug off the stem easily. If they’re still “glued on”, they’re sour and definitely not ready to pick.

More details here. 

COST: $3 per pound. Containers provided.  Cash and credit card (debit cards as well if they have a major credit card symbol on them) are accepted.

The gardens have picnic tables scattered around the grounds if you want to make a picnic out of your trip.

CGBG does NOT offer a picking service.

Stay updated about u-pick fields status by liking Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens on Facebook here. 

Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens, 2 Canebrake Road, Savannah, 31419 (912) 921-5460, E-mail: coastal@uga.edu,www.coastalgeorgiabg.org

(Savannah Spanish classes for kids) Free Open House @ Kids’ Spanish Exchange

Tuesday, May 30th, 2017

Spanish classes for kids youth children Savannah Hilton Head Island Pooler

Please join Kids Spanish Exchange in Savannah for a FREE open house event this Saturday June 3, 3-5PM @ Ms. Amy’s School of Music, 2305 Habersham St.

Kids Spanish Exchange offers Spanish immersion classes for children in Savannah & surrounding areas.

Thanks to your committed patronage, Kids Spanish Exchange has hired a new teacher to expand their schedule and reach.

If you’ve been thinking about signing up for a summer camp, make plans to attend this event.

There will be many activities that will give you an idea of what class will be like and you’ll have plenty of time to ask questions and talk to teachers.

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Spanish Immersion Summer Camps 2017 

Kids Spanish Exchange will have Spanish Immersion Summer Camps in Savannah, Richmond Hill and Whitemarsh Island. Keep the kids learning over the summer AND get a few hours to yourself.

Classes for ages 3-6 & 7-12.

REGISTER: Email kidsspanishexchange@gmail.com or call 719.502.7685

Visit Kids Spanish Exchange Facebook page HERE for FREE Spanish learning resources for kids.

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Savannah Summer Camps 2017: Ballet, Princess Dance Camp for ages 3-10 @ The STUDIO

Tuesday, May 30th, 2017

Princess Dance Camp The Studio Savannah Summer Camps 2017 2017 Summer Dance Camp @ The STUDIO, Savannah
See the variety of summer camp programs offered @ www.thestudiosav.net/dance-camp.html

Dance Camp for ages 3-10 offers ballet, acros, jazz, contemporary, acting, choreography, games, arts & crafts
July 18-July 21 Mon.-Fri.
Daily themes include: Princess Party, Summer Splash, Disney Movies, On Broadway, Color War
FULL DAY (9AM-3PM)
Daily Rate $55
Weekly Rate $250
HALF DAY (9-12 or 12-3)
Daily Rate $30
Weekly Rate $130
AFTERCARE: $10/hour

Registration info here. 
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Stay connected by liking The STUDIO on Facebook here & following The STUDIO on Instagram here.

The STUDIO, www.thestudiosav.net 954.682.5694 email Elyse.TheSTUDIO@Yahoo.com, 2805B Roger Lacey Ave., Savannah, GA, 31404 The Studio is a SouthernMamas.com advertiser 

Summer 2017 Family Vacation Deals: Volcano Bay is HERE

Monday, May 29th, 2017

Universal Orlando Resort Volcano BayLast week, Universal Orlando Resort officially opened their third theme park, Volcano Bay. Two Sisters Travel has all of the details of this new park spanning 25 full immersive acres and featuring a variety of experiences ranging from daring to serene with 18 unique attractions there is something for everyone in your family.

And with new technology Volcano Bay is changing the water park experience. The TapuTapu wearable device is an all-in-one-device that is your virtual line access, unlocks unique in-park experiences, locker access and so much more.

It’s not too late to plan an exciting Universal Orlando vacation this summer to experience Volcano Bay, Wizarding World of Harry Potter and everything the destination has to offer.

Two Sisters Travel can package with one of 5 Universal Orlando Resort hotels to help you take advantage of exclusive park benefits, and special savings! Enjoy exclusives like Early park Admission & complimentary park transportation. And Deluxe Resorts even include complimentary Express Ticket upgrades, valued at $89 per person, per day!

Get a no obligation Universal Orlando vacation quote now or call for information at 843.284.3241.

Tara McCoy, Vacation Specialist at Two Sisters Travel

843.284.3241

Become a Facebook fan at facebook.com/twosisterstravel

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Savannah Dentists: Pooler Pediatric Dentistry for infants, children & adolescents

Monday, May 29th, 2017

Pooler Pediatric Dentistry dentists pediatric Savannah

Did you know that your child’s first dental visit should be by age one?

The office at Pooler Pediatric Dentistry  is specially designed with children in mind with video games and ceiling-mounted TVs and a friendly staff who enjoy working with younger patients! They even offer sedation for those children that are too young or nervous to otherwise complete treatment.

Let Pooler Pediatric Dentistry show your child how fun a trip to the dentist can be!

Dr. Carla G. Stappenbeck is a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist with degrees from Harvard University and the University of Maryland and a certificate from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. She is excited to be serving Chatham and the surrounding counties.

Pooler Pediatric Dentistry
120 Towne Center Drive, Suite 500
Pooler, GA 31322
912-376-9296
Email: frontdesk@poolerpd.com

Why choose a pediatric dentist versus a general dentist who treats children?

As a pediatric dentist, Dr. Carla has an extra two years of specialized training (residency) after dental school and is dedicated to the oral health of children from infancy through the teenage years, including those with special health care needs. As a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist, she has voluntarily undergone vigorous written and oral exams, which demonstrate specialized knowledge and skill. In order to maintain her certification, she must complete yearly continuing education requirements to stay up-to-date with developments in both technology and patient care.

Dr. Carla is fluent in both English and Spanish (Se Habla Español).

Learn more here.

Stay connected by ‘liking’ Pooler Pediatric Dentistry on Facebook here. 

Pooler Pediatric Dentistry, poolerpd.com, 120 Towne Center Drive, Suite 500 Pooler, 31322, 912-376-9296, email frontdesk@poolerpd.com, On Facebook here.     Pooler Pediatric Dentistry is a SouthernMamas.com advertiser 

Summer 2017: Water parks near Savannah

Monday, May 29th, 2017

Water Parks Near Savannah

Ready for lazy river, spray pads & tube slides?

Water park season is here.

The Pooler water park – Surf Lagoon – is now open daily until Aug. 7.

Other water parks that are within a daytrip from Savannah that opened in May for the 2017 Summer Season include Splash in the Boro in Statesboro, Ga; Summer Waves on Jekyll Island; and three water parks in Charleston, SC.

See the opening dates & schedules for the 2017 summer season for those water parks near Savannah here.

 

(Savannah Daytrips) Family Beach Days & Bike Trips @ Sapelo Island

Sunday, May 28th, 2017

Sapelo Island Savannah daytrips

Family Beach Days @ Reynolds Mansion on Sapelo Island near Darien, Ga.  (about a 1 hour drive from Savannah on I-95 South)

Wed. June 7, 2017 9AM to 12:30PM
Wed. June 21, 2017 9AM to 12:30PM
Wed. July 5, 2017 9AM to 12:30 PM

Come explore the wonders of Sapelo Island beaches. A Naturalist will take you on a beach walk and teach about animals that call the intertidal zone their home. The program will conclude with the chance use a fish seine to catch a sample of some coastal creatures. Learn more here. 

Cost: $10 with a separate charge of $15 for the 30-minute ferry ride.

Reservations required. Contact: 912-485-2299.

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Bike Sapelo near Darien, Ga. (about a 1 hour drive from Savannah on I-95 South)

Sat. Jun 10, 2017 9AM to 12:30PM

Day visitors may enjoy biking Sapelo Island with Sapelo’s naturalist. They’ll meet you at the ferry with a bike (bring your own helmet; required for 15 and younger) and lead you on Sapelo’s prettiest roads. Visit the Gator Pond, Lighthouse and Nanny Goat beach. This will be a leisurely ride on flat roads with minimum traffic. Click here for ferry information. $25 each with a separate charge of $15 for the 30-minute ferry ride.  Learn more here. 

Reservations required. Contact: 912-485-2299.

Savannah Summer Camps 2017: The Studio School offers drawing, painting, mixed media youth workshops

Sunday, May 28th, 2017

Summer Art Classes Camps Youth Kids Savannah The Studio School The Studio School, a small art school in downtown Savannah, is dedicated to the idea that to learn to draw (and paint) is to learn to see.

The Studio School offers multiple summer art workshops for youth by talented local artists who have experience as working artists and instructors.

From options such as authentic Japanese Washi Tape painting to basic drawing principles, mixed media with local Savannah finds to drawing animals, learning to paint and even tackling fine art masterpiece reproductions, the Studio School has got some great varied choices for youth, teens (and moms and dads too) that will kick up artistic creativity, knowledge, skills and self-confidence.

View The Studio School website here for current workshop selections.

The Studio School, www.thestudioschoolsavannah.com , email info@thestudioschoolsavannah.com, 912-596-3873, The Studio School is a SouthernMamas.com advertiser 

Free Savannah kids’ events: Live Oak Library Summer Reading Program 2017

Saturday, May 27th, 2017

Free Live Oak Public Library programs Savannah

Free Summer Reading Program & Events

Visit any Live Oak Public Libraries branch in Chatham, Effingham, or Liberty Counties from June 1-July 31, and pick up your “Build A Better World” Summer Reading Program reading log, calendar and rules.

Collect reading rewards and multiple entries for the Summer Reading Program Grand Prize. There are also other prizes as students complete each level including a free book from Barnes & Noble.

Parents and caregivers can register students starting May 31. Participants must be registered online to be eligible for the Grand Prize drawing.

REGISTER YOUR CHILD FOR THE SUMMER READING PROGRAM HERE. 

See complete Reading Rewards Rules for all participants here. 

Kids can earn special prizes for reaching their summer reading goals!
Reading Rewards include passes, discounts and free treats from:
Barnes & Noble Oglethorpe Mall, Frames-n-Games Pooler, Get Air Savannah, Leopold’s Ice Cream, Lovin’ Spoons Self-Serve FroYo, Monkey Joe’s Savannah, Oatland Island Wildlife Center, Papa John’s Pizza, Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum, Tybee Island Marine Science Center, and University of Georgia Aquarium

Complete all levels to earn VIP Reader status and a gold library card. Eligible participants also have a chance to win a grand prize in each age group: a gift card or Coastal Heritage Society membership.

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FREE Summer Reading Program Kick-Off Parties June 1-3

Kick-Off Parties are made possible with donations from Whole Foods Savannah.

You are invited to any of these FREE Summer Reading Program Kick-Off Parties:

Thursday, June 1
Rincon Library 10 AM – 12 PM
Islands Library 10 AM – 12 PM
Midway-Riceboro Library 10:30 AM – 12 PM
Garden City Library 10:30 AM – 12 PM
Pooler Library 3 PM – 5 PM
Port City Library 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Hinesville Library 4 PM – 5:30 PM
Thunderbolt Library 4 PM – 5 PM
Forest City 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Friday, June 2
Southwest Chatham Library 3 PM – 5 PM
Tybee Library 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Saturday, June 3
Carnegie Library 11 AM – 4 PM
Oglethorpe Mall Library 11 AM – 4 PM
Bull Street Library 2 PM – 4 PM
Springfield Library 3 PM – 4 PM

Kindermusik Savannah parent & me music classes

Friday, May 26th, 2017

Kindermusik Savannah mommy & me early childhood music classes This is where the fun takes place!

Come join Kindermusik Savannah with 88 Keys Piano in June for all brand new class themes.

Their Monday classes for ages 0-5, meeting at both 10AM and 11AM, will be beginning the delicious exciting theme “Yum!”

The Tuesday class for ages 0-7, meeting at 10AM, is starting up “Wild Animal Park!”

Join a whole circle of parents just like you, wanting to give their little ones an early start in music and a weekly class experience that bursts with JOY.

Start by requesting a free introductory class today.

Visit kindermusikwith88keys.com or call 912-988-KEYS to request your visit.

Kindermusik Savannah, kindermusikwith88keys.com,  email music@kindermusikwith88keys.com or info@kindermusikwith88keys.com, 912.988.KEYS (5397) Kindermusik is a SouthernMamas.com advertiser

Hilton Head/Bluffon Memorial Day Events: Annual Sandbox @ the Stables celebration

Friday, May 26th, 2017

Sandbox Hilton Head Memorial Day events Sea Pines Savannah family

You’re invited to the 6th Annual Sandbox at the Stables Memorial Day Celebration @ Lawton Stables in Sea Pines Resort on Hilton Head Island this Mon. May 29.

Pony rides, water slides, crafts, facepainting, food and treats, and MORE.

Proceeds benefit The Sandbox—good times for a good cause.

It’s not too late to enter the Raffle. Enter to win Four (4) One Day Park Hopper Passes to Walt Disney World Orlando
$5 each or 5/$20. Only a few tickets remain.

Drawing at 1PM. Need not be present to win. All proceeds benefit The Sandbox Children’s Museum.

General Admission
$5/Person
Children under one are FREE! Concession and activity tickets are $1 each
(Plus, $6 per vehicle Sea Pines gate entry fee)

Activities (some free, some require activity tickets) scheduled include:

Craft projects
Inflatable water slides and bounce houses
Pony rides
Facepainting by Morgan’s Mommy Facepainting People
Family games and activities
Live remotes from SC103.1 and 104.9 The Surf
The Cowpoke Caper Parade is back again at High Noon! Come dressed as your favorite cowpoke and bring your cowpoke name – creativity is key! Free bandanas to the first 50 entries!

There will be hot dogs and burgers fresh off the grill, as well as refreshments including sno cones and cotton candy, all available for purchase.

For more information about Sandbox at the Stables, call (843) 842-7645.

Guests will park at the Trolley Stop inside Sea Pines Gate and ride the free trolley to Lawton Stables. (there is NO Event parking at Lawton Stables)

The Sandbox Children’s Museum on Pope Avenue will be closed on Memorial Day.

The Sandbox Children’s Museum, 18-A Pope Avenue, next to St. Andrew’s by the Sea United Methodist Church, Hilton Head Is., 29928 www.thesandbox.org The Sandbox Children’s Museum is a SouthernMamas.com advertiser

Summer Family Vacations: Grand Teton & Yellowstone National Parks

Friday, May 26th, 2017

Family Vacations Yellowstone Grand Teton Taking our Savannah born-and-bred kids (ages 10 & 8) to Yellowstone National Park for about a week during May 2017 was one of our best family trips yet.

Not only did these Southern flatlanders experience snow in May and conquer mountains, they also packed their wildlife log with wildlife sightings including a grizzly bear and her cub, wolves, bighorn sheep, bison, proghorn, white pelicans, sandhill crane, a trumpeter swan, mule deer, moose and more.

Here’s this mom’s list of things to do when visiting the world’s oldest national park (established in 1872) with kids.

Free national park pass. If you’re traveling with a fourth grader, be sure to obtain your free national park pass before your trip through The Every Kid in a Park program. The program gives every U.S. 4th grader and his or her family free access to 2000+ federally managed parks, lands and waters. This program begins Sept. 1 of your fourth grade year and runs until Aug. 31 of that year. Learn more here. 

Grand Teton National Park. Do not miss this smaller, but equally as stunning national park just south of Yellowstone and just north of Jackson, Wyoming. We stayed inside the park at Signal Mountain Lodge and loved it for its view of Jackson Lake and the Tetons; the close proximity of the lodge’s restaurant for a breakfast overlooking Jackson Lake before taking off to a hike (we suggest Taggart Lake loop hike); but especially for the scenic float trip along a 10-mile stretch of the Snake River. Book your float trip when making your Signal Mountain Lodge reservation, as these trips fill up quickly. Age minimum is 6 years old. Float trip details here. 

Old Faithful Inn. Staying at accommodations inside Yellowstone is pricey. Which is why we we only spent one night actually inside the park. I am so jazzed that one night was spent at Old Faithful Inn. The towering lobby of this national historic landmark is pure entertainment. We spent an evening in the lobby listening to live music and slipping out onto the balcony to catch the regular Old Faithful eruptions. The beauty of this inn makes you feel quite guilty bemoaning the inn’s very purposeful, get-off-your-screens lack of Internet. When walking the Upper Geyser area near the Inn, be sure to take the Observation Point Trail option to Solitary Geyser for dreamy views.

White-Water Rafting. My kids took their first whirl at white-water rafting on the Yellowstone River and fell in love with it thanks to Flying Pig Adventure Company in Gardiner, Montana. This rafting outfit is near the north gate to Yellowstone, which you need to visit anyway if you want to see the Roosevelt Arch. The hip young, energetic crew at Flying Pig put young first-time rafters at ease and make parents wish they, too, had been river guides in our early 20s. Maybe, just maybe, if the water is cold enough, you’ll forget all about the fact that you’re wearing an incredibly unflattering wet suit. In public. During daylight. While sober. (But maybe if your trip is during warmer weather, you don’t need to wear a wet suit. I was too worried about falling overboard to ask.) During our eight-mile trip on class II and III rapids, there was just enough splashing and paddling to make it suitable for even young, novice rafters but still exciting. Our guide shared details about landmarks we passed including Electric Peak and even offered the opportunity to jump in and swim at the end.

Yellowstone family trips Grand Teton summer vacation

Lamar Valley. It is easy to skip this remote, wildlife-packed northeast corner of Yellowstone for the more convenient, well-traveled areas touted in your tour books. But if your kids want to see wildlife, Lamar Valley is a must. Bring boxed lunches from Old Faithful Inn or, if you are coming from West Yellowstone, boxed lunches from Ernie’s Bakery & Deli then take a picnic hike in Lamar Valley. (Don’t forget your bear spray!) We loved Trout Lake hike and Specimen Ridge/Yellowstone River Picnic Area hike along the Narrows of the Yellowstone River. For wolf watching, head to Slough Creek Road, where avid wolf-watchers set up scopes on known wolf dens and are happy to let you take a peek. If you want to stay near Lamar Valley, we liked Silver Gate Cabins  – just outside the northeast gate before Cooke City, Montana – and The Log Cabin Cafe for breakfast, unforgettable pumpkin bread and boxed lunches.  (The cafe also has cabins where you can stay.)

Junior Ranger: Stop by visitors’ centers in both Grand Teton and Yellowstone to pick up Junior Ranger packets for your kids to complete so they can be sworn in at the visitors’ centers to become Junior Rangers in each park and collect their Junior Ranger badges/keepsakes from each park. Grand Teton’s badge actually smells like campfire – a first in our junior ranger collection.

Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center. If you stay in West Yellowstone, Montana (we liked the convenience of The Three Bear Lodge although the new Explorer Cabins also looked enticing) and have time, be sure to check out the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center.  The small, not-for-profit center gives you a chance to watch grizzly bears and gray wolves that are at the center because they are unable to survive in the wild, usually due to human involvement. Sign up your kids early for the popular Keeper Kids program (designed for ages 5-12). During the program  – which teaches kids about grizzly bear eating habits – kids will accompany the naturalist into the bear habitat to hide food for the bears. After the food is hidden, they can see first-hand how bears use their sense of smell to search out the food they had hidden. Learn more about the center here. We broke up our visit with a refreshing, short lunchtime bike ride from West Yellowstone along Riverside Trail nordic ski trails into Yellowstone National Park. We rented mountain bikes and got trail maps and tips from the incredibly welcoming folks at Freeheel and Wheel in West Yellowstone, who also recommended box lunches from Ernie’s Bakery & Deli. This made for a picturesque picnic along the Madison River with views of the Gallatin Range before returning to the Grizzly Center to say goodnight to the bears on our last day of this treasured Yellowstone trip.

(We flew from Savannah into Salt Lake City and drove via Jackson, Wyoming to Grand Teton National Park, then Yellowstone. Returning, we left from West Yellowstone, via Idaho Falls, back to Salt Lake City.)

Savannah Summer Camps 2017: Maven Makers “Soldering My Summer”

Thursday, May 25th, 2017

Maven Makers Summer Camps 2017 Savannah I’m a Maker Summer Camp – Soldering My Summer! Maven Makers in Savannah, a makerspace that supplies tools, training, and workshops in a variety of industrial and artisan fields.

This summer camp is about all things soldering for 11-13 year olds!

Soldering is a fun and simple skill to bring all your projects to life!

Each day will feature new soldering projects with everything from intruder alarms to light up badges.

Learn more here. 

Maven Makers offers a variety of summer camps & youth workshops. Learn more here.

The Maven Makers shop, 415 West Boundary St. Savannah, 31401, email events@mavenmakers.com Maven Makers is a SouthernMamas.com advertiser 

Free puppet-making craft, puppet show, artist reception @ Henny Penny Art Space & Cafe, Savannah

Thursday, May 25th, 2017

Henny Penny Art Cafe Savannah

Bring your kids to a free puppet making craft & artist reception @ Henny Penny Art Space & Café in Savannah, 6-9PM Fri. June 2 2017.

It’s an artist reception for Kristie Duncan’s artwork (she did all the Chicken Little characters @ Henny Penny). The event is free and open to the public. Henny Penny is also installing a puppet theatre for the event and providing a free puppet making craft.

Henny Penny is located at 1514 Bull St. Savannah.

Nestled just blocks from Forsyth Park, Henny Penny Art Space and Cafe also provides custom-designed arts and crafts kits for all ages, workshops, classes, and is available for booking birthday parties.

Foxy Loxy Cafe & Scribble Art Studio opened Henny Penny earlier this year.

Henny Penny offers regular programs for children. See all the programs here. 

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