Service Brewery Kicks off Octoberfest
September 19th, 11 AM to 5 PM, 574 Indian St., Savannah
Savannah’s veteran-owned and operated Service Brewery is kicking off Germany’s Oktoberfest season right with a keg tap, Brats and Sauerkraut and raffles every 30 minutes. Music will be provided by DJ Jose Ray.
At exactly 12 PM, Service will tap into the first barrel of their fall seasonal, Teufel Hunden, an Oktoberfest-style Märzen.
CEO Kevin Ryan will working the grill, and proceeds will go to support the Raider Project.
In order to honor those who’ve put their lives at risk to protect their country and community, Service Brewery donates a portion of their revenue to assist charities that support military service. Click here for details.
Paint Tybee Pink 5K Walk For Breast Cancer
September 19th, 4 PM to 9 PM, Memorial Park, Tybee Island, Ga
Tybee Island will host the “Paint Tybee Pink” 5K walk this year benefiting the Memorial University Medical Center’s Anderson Cancer Center. Proceeds will go towards the Breast Cancer Patient Assistance Fund, which provides direct assistance to patients struggling with day to day bills at the Anderson Cancer Institute of Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah.
Registration fee for walkers is $25 with a suggested fund raising minimum of $100. A crew of volunteers are needed to assist the walkers in their needs and the “Crew” registration fee is $25 with fundraising suggested as well and appreciated. Click here for more information.
Forsyth Farmer’s Market
September 19th, Forsyth Park, Savannah
Situated at the south end of Forsyth Park, the Farmer’s Market is held rain or shine. The focus on the Forsyth Farmer’s Market in locally grown produce and products. Residents and visitors to the city can explore the booths finding seasonal produce, cheeses, eggs, honey, breads, mushrooms, preserves, coffees and more. Click here for more information
Savannah Jazz Festival
September 20th to 25th, Assorted Venues, Savannah
2015 marks the 34th Annual Savannah Jazz Festival. Constantly evolving over the last 34 years, the festival brings international, national, regional and local jazz talent to different venues throughout the city. The festival is sponsored by the City of Savannah. All events are free and open to the public. Click here for more information on the performers and venues.