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Events in Savannah 3/3-3/6/2011

March 2, 2011

Events happening this weekend (3/3 – 3/6) include:

3/5 – 10:00 AM-1:oo PM, Salt Marsh By Land and Sea Kayak Tour, Skidaway Island.

An easy opportunity to kayak the tidal creeks and salt marshes and to learn the fascinating systems, biotic and abiotic, that influence our richly productive marshes. Your Wilderness Southeast Naturalist Guide will enthrall you with tales of this place, from the earliest humans on these shores to the variety of wildlife that lives here. After observing marsh life near shore, and brief paddling instructions, you’ll be gliding over protected waters beginning in open channels and maneuvering into narrow passages between tall marsh grass. You’ll observe the richness and rhythms of estuary life. It’s common for dolphin to surface close to your kayak, and for osprey or bald eagles to soar overhead. We’ll step out to stretch our legs and briefly explore a wild shore. The good news is that waterproof clothing is available. It won’t be a fashion show as it is one size fits all, but if you’re concerned about staying dry this time of year, you’re in good hands. Tour size 4 to 10 people for an intimate, personal experience. Reservations Required. Cost is $55/person and includes kayak and basic instruction. For more information, visit http://www.wilderness-southeast.org

3/1 –17, Specialty Ice Cream Flavors Debuting at Leopold’s Ice Cream, 212 East Broughton Street.

March brings us two seasonal ice cream flavors at Savannah’s premier ice cream parlor. From March 1-17, indulge yourself with the Guinness Beer Stout Ice Cream. Débuting on March 5th in honor of Girl Scout Week is Leopold’s Thin Mint Ice Cream. For more information, visit http://www.leopoldsicecream.com

3/2 – 5/29, “Southern Nights Music Variety Show,” The Historic Savannah Theatre, 222 Bull Street

OPENING WEEKEND for The Historic Savannah Theatre’s production of Southern Nights!

Two hours of high energy music, dance and comedy, perfect for a southern evening.  A little bit country, a little bit rock and roll, plus some Broadway, jazz, and pop, all in one hot production! Tickets available at The Historic Savannah Theatre box office or by calling (912) 233-7764.

2/17 – 4/1, “The Spirituality of Place,” Gutstein Gallery, 201 East Broughton Street.

The Spirituality of Place” focuses on internationally acclaimed artists working in a variety of media who explore the sense, spirit and memory of place and reinterpret it poetically through their art. Locating the spiritual in the urban and natural worlds, artists in this exhibition create works that ultimately invite the viewer to have a contemplative, and in some cases interactive, experience with their findings. Artists include: Mark Bradford, Andy Goldsworthy, Mona Hatoum, Kimsooja, Yoko Ono, and Do Ho Suh.

The exhibition is free and open to the public.

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