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What to do in Savannah 12/9-12

December 8, 2010

Events happening this weekend (12/10-12) include:

12/10-12 – 36th Annual Holiday Tour of Homes, Downtown Savannah.

Celebrating 36 years, this year’s tour features two home tours and an inn tour. Visit residences and inns, decorated according to the owner’s holiday tradition, in Savannah’s Historic District. Tickets are required. For more information, visit www.dnaholidaytour.com

12/10 – 6 PM – 9 PM, City Market Holiday Open House, City Market.

Explore the beauty of holiday decorations including hundreds of lights and more than 500 luminaria in the courtyard. Enjoy Christmas carolers, visit with Father Christmas and sample holiday treats in the shops. ***Also, just down the road is the Wright Square Merchants Open House – both events are free and open to the public***

12/11 – 3:00 PM – 9:30 PM, Dunham Farms’ Festival of Lights and Music, Dunham Farms.

Dunham Farms‘ Festival of Lights and Music offers historic house tours, wagon rides, square dancing, crafts and music reflecting early plantation Christmas. This 30-acre, riverside setting abounds with ancient oaks strung with lights, music, and fun. The event will be held on Saturday, December 11. For more information, please contact Laura Devendorf at LauraDevendorf@dunhamfarms.com.  Dunham Farms is approximately 45 minutes south of Savannah.

12/9, 2010 – 1/28, 2011 – “After Color,” at the Hall Street Gallery, 212 W. Hall Street.

The SCAD exhibitions department presents the acclaimed group exhibition “After Color,″ guest curated by Amani Olu. “After Color” showcases the photo-based works of nine contemporary artists who help redefine the potential of balck-and-white photography while ushering in a new formal, technical and conceptual developments in photographic discourse. Olu is co-founder and executive director of Humble Arts Foundation in New York City. Artists include: Michael Buhler-Rose, Talia Chetrit, Matthew Gamber, Stephen Gill, Adrien Missika, Noel Rodo-Vankeulen, Pushpamala N, Arthur Ou, and Michael Vahrenwald. This exhibition is free and open to the public.

 

 

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