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Forsyth Farmers’ Market

The Forsyth Farmers’ Market (FFM) was founded in 2009 by six women who came together with the intention of supporting their common vision of a local food system that is good for the health of all people and the environment. They merged with the existing Starland market and sought permission from

Forsyth Farmers’ Market

The Forsyth Farmers’ Market (FFM) was founded in 2009 by six women who came together with the intention of supporting their common vision of a local food system that is good for the health of all people and the environment. They merged with the existing Starland market and sought permission from

Fired Up: Contemporary Clay

Discover all kinds of unique pieces at the artists’ reception for Fired Up: Contemporary Clay. The show features everything from utilitarian pottery to works of art by local and regional pottery artists. The reception kicks off at 5 p.m. to show of the works of Lisa Alvarez Bradley, Polly

Forsyth Farmers’ Market

The Forsyth Farmers’ Market (FFM) was founded in 2009 by six women who came together with the intention of supporting their common vision of a local food system that is good for the health of all people and the environment. They merged with the existing Starland market and sought permission from

Shag Dance Lessons!

Tuesdays: Life will truly be a “beach” as dancers beat the heat with Shag dancing. The Savannah Ballroom Dance Studio will teach the classes in the magnificent Telfair Academy Rotunda. Classes are open to dancers of all levels, beginning to expert. Space is limited and advanced reservations are

First Friday Art March

First Friday: Art Rise Savannah presents First Friday Art March! Victorian and Starland Districts, Savannah. Discover local art, music, food and culture! FREE to all events! Take a ride on the free Art March Trolley to be sure you catch it all. The Trolley picks up in approximately 20 minute

Forsyth Farmers’ Market

The Forsyth Farmers’ Market (FFM) was founded in 2009 by six women who came together with the intention of supporting their common vision of a local food system that is good for the health of all people and the environment. They merged with the existing Starland market and sought permission from