Spring came early to Savannah, but we welcome the official start anyway. Our azaleas are full of color, our many varieties of trees are popping, and the garden centers are packed with people and plants. If you have never been to Savannah in Spring, you need to book a reservation now!
|Real Estate – My page
I don’t normally start with real estate in my newsletters, but I have an exciting update. I’m now licensed in South Carolina as well as Georgia.
That means I can directly represent you in either state. Of course, if for some odd reason your preferred location is not in either GA or SC, I can still help you find the right agent for your needs anywhere and they will be personally vetted.
|St. Patrick’s Day (click for information)
You are probably well aware of the importance of St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah, but beyond the famous parade and endless parties, there are many ways to celebrate.
Walk the squares and parks to see the fountains turned green, pop into one of the off-Bay Street pubs for a traditional experience, and head to Forsyth Park at midday to see a few of the remaining floats without the crowds.
Traditional eats and drinks:
Seventeen days of music. Yes, 17, and during Spring in Savannah.
“The Savannah Music Festival (SMF) is dedicated to presenting world-class celebrations of the musical arts by creating timeless and adventurous productions that stimulate arts education, foster economic growth and unite artists and audiences in Savannah.”
“Purchasing tickets 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Make sure to check out available ticket deals as well as discounts for students, educators, seniors and military.”
Is your team going to make it to the tournament? If not, who are you picking to win it all?
March madness is just as much about the friendly wagers and watch parties as it is the actual sport, or maybe that’s just me. No matter, it’s fun to get caught up in the excitement and pull for an underdog.
Party food and drink ideas: