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Register for Night at the Museum 2019, Savannah. Space is limited

Monday, January 14th, 2019

Night at the Museum Savannah History kids events 2019

Come live the cinematic adventure on Sat. Jan. 26, 2019.

Explore the Savannah History Museum, take a behind the scenes tour, interact with historical characters from Savannah History Museum’s lively exhibits and catch one of the screenings of “Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian” (rated PG) in the Savannah History Museum Theater.

Click below to select your time and experience Savannah History Museum’s “Night at the Museum” 2019 event.

Tickets: $12 for adults and children (18 mos. & older).

Register Now Here. 

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Exhibits Come To Life

Interact with characters from Savannah History Museum’s exhibits as the historical figures appear to magically come to life. This year’s characters include: Casimir Pulaski, Flannery O’Connor, a Central of Georgia Railroad worker, and more!

Watch “Night at the Museum 2”

Event participants will also have two opportunities to view “Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian” (PG) in Savannah History Museum’s theater at 3PM and 8PM. The 105-minute film screening is optional and seating is first come, first served

Train as a Museum Night Guard

One of the most important jobs in a museum is the night guard. Join the exclusive training program and become an honorary Savannah History Museum Night Guard. Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity.

Register online here. 

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Contact Dan McCall with any questions at 912-651-6840 X 302 or dmccall@chsgeorgia.org.

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Savannah high school & home school artists invited to submit work to High School Congressional Exhibition

Friday, January 11th, 2019

U.S. Congressional High School Art Exhibition Savannah home school artists

The Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus Department of Art is proud to host An Artistic Discovery, the United States Congressional High School Art Exhibition for Georgia’s First Congressional District in the Armstrong Fine Arts Gallery.

Works submitted for the exhibition are eligible for a number of cash awards, as well as the prestigious US District Congressional Award.

The Congressional Art Competition is held annually and is a unique opportunity in which a U.S. Congressman or Congresswoman is able to showcase the artistic talents of high school students within his/her district, thereby acknowledging the nation’s gifted young artists. The winning entries from each district are prominently displayed in the Cannon Tunnel in Washington, D.C. The Cannon Tunnel connects the Cannon House Office Building with the U.S. Capitol and is traveled on a daily basis by congressmen, as well as their staff members.

This year’s exhibition will be on display at the Armstrong Fine Arts Gallery from Feb. 18 through March 3, 2019. The awards ceremony and closing reception is scheduled for Sun. March 3, beginning at 2PM. The winning Congressional work will represent the 1st Congressional district in an exhibition in Washington, D.C. for one year.

All high schools and home school students in Georgia’s 1st United States Congressional District are eligible to submit up to 14 student works per art teacher or two works per student in home schools. Each student is allowed no more than two entries. If a school has more than one art teacher, each art teacher may submit up to 14 works.

Entries will be submitted digitally and juried without delivering the actual work to the university gallery. The art teacher(s) from schools wishing to participate and parents of homeschool students will submit works online.

The deadline for entries is Tues. Jan. 22, 2019 at 11:59PM.

Jurying will take place during the week and notification of works accepted will be given to teachers or homeschool parents by email.

Learn more about submissions guidelines, rules & regulations here.

Questions? Email Gallery Director, Raymond Gaddy at ArmstrongGallery@georgiasouthern.edu.

Government Shutdown Closures in the Savannah, Lowcountry area

Thursday, January 10th, 2019

Fort Pulaski National Monument Savannah government shutdown closed

If you’re planning to take the kids to complete junior ranger programs at any national monuments in the Savannah & Lowcountry area, please note that many are closed due to the federal government shutdown including:

(Savannah) Fort Pulaski National Monument just outside Savannah is closed. Fort Pulaski Web site will not be updated & may not reflect current conditions.

(Charleston SC) Fort Sumter National Monument is closed. All Fort Sumter National Monument sites (Liberty Square, Fort Sumter, and Fort Moultrie) will be closed to visitors during the government shutdown.

(St. Simons, Ga) Fort Frederica National Monument on St. Simons Island park grounds will be accessible. However, the NPS will not operate the park and facilities will be closed. No visitor services provided. hazardous or dangerous conditions may exist.

(St. Mary’s, Ga) Cumberland Is. National Seashore remains open, however no visitor services, facilities, or ferry service will be provided. Campers will be notified of final ferry departure from the island.

(Macon, Ga.) Ocmulgee National Monument in Macon is closed . The website will not be updated and may not reflect current conditions. All of Ocmulgee National Monument is closed. Phones, emails, and social media will not be monitored.

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Those planning to head to Atlanta to visit the The Martin Luther King, Jr. NHP for MLK Jr. Day weekend, please note the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park in Atlanta is closed during the federal government shutdown.

STEM Saturdays & Sensory Saturdays @ Sandbox Children’s Museum, Hilton Head Is.

Saturday, January 5th, 2019

STEM Saturdays Savannah Children's Museum Hilton Head kids

The Sandbox Children’s Museum on Hilton Head Is. now offers AWE-STEM Saturdays on the 2nd Saturday of the month.

3-4PM, Sat. Jan. 12 2019.

Roll up your sleeves, put on your safety goggles, and get ready to explore the world of science, technology, engineering, and math! These hands-on,  facilitator-led STEM experiments will introduce concepts of chemistry, biology, and physics as kids learn about the world around us.

First Come First Serve.

Cost: FREE with Admission  |   FREE for Members

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Sensory Saturday

SENSORY SATURDAYS | AT THE SANDBOX

Starting Sat. Jan. 26 2019.

Beginning this January, on the last Saturday of each month, The Sandbox Children’s Museum will open an hour early (9AM) exclusively for families with children who have sensory processing differences or those with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).

Children with other developmental challenges are welcome @ these Sensory Saturdays.

Cost: Reduced Admission – $5/person (1 yr & older) | FREE for Members

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Sandbox Children’s Museum
The Sandbox Children’s Museum
18 Pope Ave
Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

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Kite Festival 2018, Bloomingdale

Saturday, January 5th, 2019

Kite Festival 2019 Savannah January

Bring the kids to the Savannah Kite Festival Sun. Jan. 13 2019, 9AM.

Colorful kites & food festival. Children younger than 5 are free.

Affordable kites will be available for purchase.

2006 Fort Argyle Road, Bloomingdale, 31302

Open to the public.

Savannah schools: Veritas Academy “Tour of Churches” fundraiser to raise funds for scholarships

Friday, January 4th, 2019

Tour of Churches Veritas Academy Savannah schools

Here’s a chance to take an architectural tour of Savannah’s churches & support a good cause at the same time.

Veritas Academy in Savannah announces “Tour of Churches” fundraiser for Sat. Jan. 12 2019 with goal to raise funds for scholarships

This new fundraising event will begin at 3PM where guests will enjoy a walking tour of five historic, downtown churches: First Baptist Church, Christ Church Episcopal, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Trinity United Methodist Church, and Independent Presbyterian Church.

Guests will be led inside each church by the following architects and architectural historians: Dr. David Gobel, Christian Sottile, Father Gavin Dunbar, Dr. Christopher Hendrix, and Dr. Robbin Williams. Following the tour there will be a hot chocolate bar and themed raffles to partake in.

Tickets are limited and may sell out. Ticket prices: $40 for the expert tour, hot chocolate bar, and a chance to purchase raffle tickets. Transportation is available for those unable to walk. Purchase tickets or learn more online here.

Tour of Churches 2019
3-5:30PM Sat. Jan. 12
A walking tour of five historic, downtown Savannah churches: First Baptist Church, Christ Church Episcopal, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Trinity United Methodist Church, & Independent Presbyterian Church
Purchase tickets here.

“We are excited to offer this historically rich event to the Savannah community,” said Candace Brodmann, event chairperson. “We are hoping to raise funds to benefit Veritas Academy, which relies entirely on tuition revenue and private donations from family and friends, charitable foundations and business partners in order to operate the independent school for pre-kindergarten through 12th-grade students.”

For more info, to participate or lend support, please contact Brodmann at cbrodmann@veritassavannah.org .

ABOUT VERITAS ACADEMY

Veritas Academy is located at 25 W. Oglethorpe Lane in downtown Savannah. The school’s mission is to assist parents in the education of their children by cultivating truth, goodness, and beauty in students through a distinctly Christ-centered, classical, and covenantal education. The organization relies entirely on tuition revenue and private donations from family and friends of the school, charitable foundations, and business partners.

To learn more about Veritas Academy, email , call or visit the school at 25 W. Oglethorpe Lane, Savannah, GA 31401, or online here. 

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Drop-In Studio @ Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center, Savannah (FREE for children 5 & younger)

Friday, January 4th, 2019

Telfair Museums Savannah Jepson Center kids' activities drop-in

Come explore Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center.

Drop-In Studio @ Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center Daily
1–4PM @ Jepson Center
FREE with museum admission. Find admission costs here. Children 5 & younger are free.

Unleash your creativity @ Jepson Center studios every day for artmaking projects for all ages. Work at your own pace and comfort level through an array of creative mediums such as watercolors, collage, calligraphy, origami, coloring books (for adults, too), and more.

Each month features a special project designed to connect with a specific exhibition at the museum. A studio assistant is always on hand to answer questions and assist guests.

Drop-In Studio is open year round and perfect for all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult caregiver.

Upcoming Drop-In Studio Projects
Each month we offer fun new art projects at our daily Drop-In Studio to relate back to the exhibitions on view in the museum.

January: Complex Uncertainties: Artists in Postwar America
February: Keita Takahashi: Zooming Out
March: Jaume Plensa: Talking Continents
April: Rembrandt and the Jewish Experience

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Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center for the Arts
207 W York St.
Savannah, GA 31401

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Kid-friendly monthly art event @ Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center, Savannah

Sunday, December 23rd, 2018

Toddler Third Thursday Savannah Jepson Telfair Museums

You’re invited to Art Start Stroller & Toddler museum tour, art activity @ Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center in Savannah on the 3rd Thursday morning of each month.

Art Start January Theme: Complex Uncertainties

Jan. 17 2019, 10:30AM / Jepson Center (207 W York St.) Learn more & register online here. 

Telfair Museums’ youngest patrons are invited to the museum for story time, a special tour, and an art activity. Strollers, crying babies, toddlers, and older siblings are all welcome here. Come play and learn.

Complex Uncertainties acknowledges the ever-evolving social, political, and cultural conditions that contemporary artists react to and create within. Through this ongoing installation, visitors can explore the impact of artistic responses to specific historical events, as well as palpably empathize with the growing sense of uncertainty that artists address throughout the 20th and 21st centuries.

$5 per child / adult members free / adult non-members $12

Art Start Stroller & Toddler Tour
Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center
Jepson Center for the Arts
207 W York St.
Savannah, GA 31401

Learn more & register online here. 

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PULSE Art & Technology Festival, Savannah

Monday, December 17th, 2018

PULSE Art Technology Festival 2019 Savannah

PULSE Art + Technology Festival returns to Savannah Jan. 24-27, 2019 featuring games and appearances by renowned videogame designer Keita Takahashi

The annual PULSE Art + Technology Festival is an activity-filled, multi-day event highlighting innovative, technology-based art. This year, festivalgoers can enjoy the fun and quirky world of award-winning videogame designer Keita Takahashi, lectures on the future of design, STEAM workshops, performances, and more Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center.

Several Savannah-made videogames will also be on view throughout the festival, including Alex Barrett and Samantha Davenport’s Squidlit, with characters and sounds reminiscent of vintage Game Boy games, and Halseo’s ultra-competitive Battery Jam, in which players smash their robotic opponents into smithereens.

A Chatham County Free Family Day on Jan. 26 will exhibit STEAM projects from local schools. In keeping with the humorous and inventive spirit of Takahashi’s games, the museum will also present a performance by That1Guy, an artist known for his unique instrument, the Magic Pipe, at 3PM.

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Featured Exhibition

Keita Takahashi: Zooming Out (on view through July 14, 2019)

This exhibition will include playable versions of all of Takahashi’s major Namco games, including the original Katamari Damacy and its newly remastered edition, Katamari Reroll, We Love Katamari, and Noby Noby Boy. The exhibition will also include Takahashi’s independent games and immersive installations, including Tenya Wanya Teens, which is operated with two 16-button controllers, the AR game Woorld (Funomena), and a reimagined, immersive take on the classic game PacMan (with Clement Shimizu and Babycastles).

Early projects as well as those currently in development, including the eagerly awaited major game Wattam (Funomena, Annapurna Interactive), will also be on view.

This exhibition is organized by Telfair Museums and curated by Harry DeLorme, Senior Curator of Education.

Lead sponsor: iam8bit. In-kind support has been provided by BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc., Funomena, Annapurna Interactive, the Elumenati, and Panic, Inc.

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Programming (Jepson Center)

Jan. 23, 6PM: PULSE opening night reception and conversation with Keita Takahashi, with 7pm video performance by the Medeology Collective. Members free / non-members $8.

Jan. 24, 11AM: Panel and Q&A for students, with Keita Takahashi and Dr. Clement Shimizu (grades 4 and up). Free to students by advance registration.

Jan. 24, 4:30PM: Game Development and workshop for youth. Free to students by advance registration. Register online here or email Rachel Stayer at stayerr@telfair.org

Jan. 24, 6PM Savannah Games Showcase Lightning Talks. Free admission.

Jan. 25, 11AM: Lightning Talks for students (grades 4 and up). Free to students by advance registration.

Jan. 25, 2PM: PULSE Curator’s Tour. Free to students by advance registration.

Jan. 25, 4:30PM: Game Development and Coding workshop for youth. Free to students by advance registration. Register online here or email Rachel Stayer at stayerr@telfair.org

Jan. 25, 6PM: Designing the Future screening and panel presented by W Projects and Vice Media. Free to the public.

Jan. 26, 10AM: STEAM youth workshop led by the Society of Women Engineers – LED bracelets. Free to students by advance registration.

Jan. 26, 10AM: Youth workshop – Make your own Zoetropes. Free to students by advance registration.

Jan. 26, 1–4PM: Chatham County Free Family Day with 3PM performance by That1Guy. Free to Chatham County residents.

Jan. 27, 3PM: PULSE Curator’s Tour. Free to students by advance registration.

Find more information HERE about the festival, programming, registration, and tickets. 

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Free “Here We Come A Caroling” Christmas Concert

Thursday, December 13th, 2018

Caroling Savannah downtown Ellis square holidays christmas

Enjoy listening to the sound of holiday cheer from various choirs while exploring Savannah’s Historic District.

“Here We Come A Caroling” Christmas Concert – organized by Savannah Holly Days – will be Sat. Dec. 15, 2018, 5-7PM @ the corner of Broughton and Bull streets in front of the Savannah Christmas Tree (near Levy Jeweler’s Building).

Free & open to the public.

The Here We Come A Caroling schedule of events is as follows:

Edscorn Duo – CarolAnn and Chris Edscorn are a husband-and-wife duo who have been performing together for decades. They also enjoy spending their time as music ministers. They will perform holiday classics such as Go, Tell it on the Mountain; Hark the Herald Angels Sing; and more.

Mary Dahlin – Mary is the band director at St. Andrews School on Wilmington Island where she leads five bands comprised of grades 3-12 and teaches general music at the 2nd grade level. Additionally, Mary is the director of Tybee Music Makers studio on Tybee Island. Tybee Music Makers offers individual music instruction on piano and flute. Mary holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Southern Illinois University and a Master of Music degree from the University of Georgia. She has 40 years of experience as a music educator and performer across the United States. Her performing experiences include Winston Salem Symphony, Northwest Chicago Symphony, Greenville Symphony, Asheville Symphony and Brevard Chamber Orchestra.

Savannah Philharmonic – Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra is a professional orchestra presenting a full range of concerts each season from classics to pops. Savannah Philharmonic Chorus is a community-based auditioned ensemble that performs regularly with the orchestra and in chorus-only concerts. Both organizations are not-for-profit. The vision of the Savannah Philharmonic is to be one of the most dynamic and engaging orchestral and choral groups in the U.S., and to be regarded as an essential musical, educational, cultural and economic asset to the Savannah community.

Tell Scarlet – Tell Scarlet is a Savannah-based pop group know for its impressive sound and hard-earned success. Over the years, Tell Scarlet has become fondly known to many in the area as “That Family Band.” They will share some holiday favorites as well as their family favorites for the Here We Come A Caroling event.

Projection on Levy Jeweler’s Building – Every Friday and Saturday night, a holiday video will play on the wall of Levy Jeweler’s on Bull and Broughton. Individuals can upload photos of their favorite Savannah holiday moments via the website www.savannahhollydays.com or tag #savhollymoments on social media to be included on the big screen. A new video is uploaded each week.

“Here We Come A Caroling” Christmas Concert
Organized by Savannah Holly Days
Sat. Dec. 15, 2018, 5-7PM
Corner of Broughton and Bull streets in front of the Savannah Christmas Tree (near Levy Jeweler’s Building)

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Registration open for Night At The Museum, Savannah

Wednesday, December 12th, 2018

Night at the Museum Savannah History Museum Coastal Heritage Society 2019

Get tickets now for Coastal Heritage Society’s 2019 “Night at the Museum” event on Sat. Jan. 26 2019 @ Savannah History Museum, 303 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Take part in official night guard training, enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour of Savannah History Museum, and interact with historic characters as the exhibits come to life. This year’s characters include: Casimir Pulaski, Flannery O’Connor, a Central of Georgia Railroad worker, and many more.

The event consists of a 90-minute interactive program in the museum. Guests will have the option to choose from two time slots for the program: 5-6:30PM or 6:30-8PM. Event participants will also have two opportunities to view the film “Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian” at 3PM and 8PM. The 105-minute film screening is optional and seating is first come, first served.

Tickets are $12 per person for guests ages 18 months and older. To register, CLICK HERE.

Contact Dan McCall with any questions at 912-651-6840 X 302 or dmccall@chsgeorgia.org.

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Shop local at Telfair Museums in Savannah this holiday season

Wednesday, December 5th, 2018

Telfair has all of your holiday needs covered with their unique selection of gifts.

Shop in store at the Jepson Center and Telfair’s newly-transformed Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters gift shop. Museum admission is never required to browse Telfair’s museum shops.

Now through Dec. 31 2018, Telfair members receive DOUBLE DISCOUNTS on all purchases* at both Museum Store locations.

Museum shops have beautifully decorated Artist Trees adorned with ornaments handcrafted by local artists, plus gifts for kids of all ages, books, jewelry made by local designers, art-inspired games, your very own pocket-sized Monet, and more. This year, shop local. Shop Telfair.

Shop memberships now here.

*excludes local artist-made products, which are sold on consignment.

Jepson Center
207 W. York St.
Savannah, GA 31401

Owens-Thomas House
124 Abercorn St.
Savannah, GA 31401

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(Savannah Holidays 2018) Candlelight Tours of Fort Pulaski

Thursday, November 29th, 2018

Fort Pulaski Candlelight Tour 2018

Fort Pulaski National Monument in Savannah will commemorate the Confederate Nog Party of 1861 on Fri. Dec. 14, 2018 and Sat. Dec. 15, 2018.

The long lived Savannah tradition returns with night-time tours of the fort by candlelight and oil lamps.

The original party, held during Christmas 1861, gave the Confederate garrison at Fort Pulaski a respite from the tension of impending battle.

Visitors will have the unique experience of a guided tour of the fort by candlelight. Hot cider or egg nog and cookies, caroling, and night-time weapons firings will allow visitors to re-live the festive occasion.

Date: Fri. Dec. 14, 2018 & Sat. Dec. 15, 2018
Seven programs will be offered each evening at 6PM, 6:30PM, 7PM, 7:30PM, 8PM, 8:30PM, & 9PM

TICKETS: $10 per adult. $3 per child 4 years old to 15 years old. Children 3 and younger are free. Advanced tickets are highly recommended and may be picked up in person from 9AM-4PM at the park entrance station, or by calling 912-786-4383.

Learn more here. 

Fort Pulaski National Monument
U.S. Highway 80, 15 miles east of Savannah

(Savannah Holidays 2018) Christmas Eve Lunch & Dinner Cruises on the Savannah River

Tuesday, November 27th, 2018

Christmas Eve Cruise Savannah Riverboat 2018 Holidays

 

Christmas Eve Cruises with Savannah Riverboat Cruises

2018 Christmas Eve LunchCruise

Start your Christmas Eve celebration off with a classic Southern tradition this year on board with Savannah Riverboat Cruises. Delight yourself over an elaborate lunch buffet filled with your favorite breakfast and lunch entrees while enjoying the sounds of holiday spirit dance through the air. After lunch, come to the top deck and take advantage of great photo opportunities of Savannah’s historic riverfront and skyline while listening to the Captain’s intriguing tales of historic facts about Savannah.

Mon. Dec. 24, 2018
Boarding @ noon, Sailing @ 1PM, Returning @ 2:30PM
Adults $46.95* each | Children(5-12) $26.95* each Children 4 & under: FREE

Advanced Reservations Recommended. Make reservations online here.
* Prices do not include state tax, local tax, port fees, or service charges. Service charge applies for groups of 10 or more.

2018 Christmas Eve Dinner Entertainment Cruise

Join Savannah Riverboat Cruises this Christmas Eve, along with family and friends, for a festive holiday cruise. Enjoy a specially prepared delicious holiday buffet and tap your feet to the beat to some of the best house entertainment, all while you cruise the Savannah River.

Mon. Dec. 24, 2018
Boarding @ 3PM Sailing @ 4PM, Returning @ 6PM
Adults $67.95* each | Children(5-12) $39.95* each Children 4 & under: FREE

Advanced Reservations Recommended. Make reservations online here.
* Prices do not include state tax, local tax, port fees, or service charges. Service charge applies for groups of 10 or more.

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Family programs @ Telfair Museums Jepson Center, Savannah

Monday, November 26th, 2018

Art Start Toddler tour Savannah Jepson Telfair Museums

Start your day with art @ Telfair Museums in Savannah.

Once a month, Telfair Museums youngest patrons are invited to the museum for story time, a special tour & an art activity. Strollers, crying babies, toddlers, and older siblings are all welcome here. Come play and learn.

Art Start Stroller & Toddler museum tour, art activity @ Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center on the 3rd Thursday morning of each month.

December’s Art Start on Thurs. Dec. 20 2018 will feature  a special tour Monet to Matisse: Masterworks of French Impressionism. REGISTER ONLINE HERE. 

Cost: $5 per child / adult members free / adult non-members $12

Strollers, crying babies & older siblings are all welcome @ this monthly program

Art Start Stroller & Toddler Tour
Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center
Jepson Center for the Arts
207 W York St.
Savannah, GA 31401

Thurs. Dec. 20
10:30–11:30AM
Theme: Monet to Matisse: Masterworks of French Impressionism from the Dixon Gallery and Gardens.
Learn more & register here. 

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I Have Marks to Make Public Opening
Sun. Dec. 9, 2018 2-4 PM
Free & open to the public. Kid-friendly

Telfair’s venerable “I Have Marks to Make” exhibition celebrates its 24th year, bringing together individuals of all ages from the Savannah community to celebrate the power of art to transform lives. Works in the exhibition are drawn from community partner organizations and more than half are created in Telfair’s extensive outreach programs to audiences across Savannah, from children to veterans to seniors.

The event will consist of poetry readings and performances followed by a 3PM reception for participants and their families.

Free & open to the public.

Jepson Center for the Arts
207 W York St.
Savannah, Georgia 31401

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Jepson Center kids' activities Savannah

Drop-In Studio
Different project each month
Daily 1-4PM
Jepson Center
FREE with museum admission

Unleash your creativity in the Jepson Center studios every day for artmaking projects for all ages. Work at your own pace and comfort level. Each month features a special project designed to connect with a specific exhibition at the museum. A studio assistant is always on-hand to answer questions and assist guests. Drop-In Studio is open all year round & perfect for all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult caregiver.

Remember: museum admission is always free for children ages 12 & younger.

Drop-in Studio Monthly Themes

December: Monet to Matisse painting projects

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Technology & Art Gallery 
Daily during museum hours
Kids’ can interact with technology at the Jepson Center for the Arts. Complementing the ArtZeum, the Jepson Center’s Technology and Art Gallery is a great place for visitors of all ages to explore interactive and new media art. This long-term rotating exhibit introduces viewers to new media works that use various types of video & computer processing.

Remember: museum admission is always free for children ages 12 & younger.

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JEPSON CENTER
207 W. York St. Savannah, 31401

Jepson Center for the Arts, 912-790-8800 or visit www.telfair.org. Telfair Museums is a SouthernMamas.com advertiser

Savannah Holiday Camps 2018: Robotics Camp @ Sylvan Learning Center of Savannah

Monday, November 26th, 2018

Savannah Robotics Holiday camps Sylvan Learning Center tutoring

Sylvan Learning Center of Savannah will host a one-week Holiday Robotics Camp for kids.

Cost: $95.

The Holiday Robotics Camp will be 10AM-2PM, Dec. 26-28 2018.

Call 912.355.2267 to register.

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