The pandemic was just starting when Healthy Savannah and the YMCA of Coastal Georgia launched a program to help people stay active and discover Savannah by walking its various trails. Next week, “Healthy Walks’' will celebrate their third anniversary.
This Black History Month has been filled with events to celebrate and shine a light on the culture and achievements of African Americans all over. This weekend, you can check out the Gullah Geechee Grand African Ball.
The United Way of the Coastal Empire has been serving students in our region for the past 15 years and this Friday they are having their annual Read United Day, which means they need your help to read and get books to children.
The Lowcountry Down Syndrome Society’s Night of Champions is still three months away, but it is now time to nominate champions in our community who support and employ differently abled individuals at their businesses.
The Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration - Freedom Day: Film Series is happening this weekend and two documentaries will be featured: “Exploring the Families of Historic Mitchelville” and “Harriot Tubman: From Railroad to a Spy.”
It’s the first day of a busy month for the Georgia Historical Society, which has three of its biggest events lined up in February - starting with the Colonial Faire and Muster at Wormsloe this weekend.
A new event will be right at home at the newly reopened Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum this weekend when the A. Philip Randolph Freedom Breakfast and Awards Banquet is held there Saturday morning.