Monday, March 15, 2010

Savannah's Music Festival

CRANK IT UP!Savannah's Trustees Theatre features: She & Him

This is their Savannah debut!

"They sound like they wish they were cruising in their Le Car, hitting the beach at Martha's Vineyard with James and Carly to pound strawberry daiquiris and sing "mockingbird"
-Rolling Stone

Savannah's Music Festival

Truly a Performance You Should Not Miss...

Patty Loveless, "a member of both the Grand Ole Opry & the Georgia Music Hall of Fame, she rose to stardom while blending honky-tonk and country-rock with plaintive, emotional ballad styles."

Kathy Mattea, "a two-time GRAMMY-winning singer mixes her Scottish folk tunes with gospel and country roots music."
Performing at Savannah's Lucas Theatre for the Arts
Saturday March 20, 2010 at 7:30PM

Savannah's Music Festival

Savannah's Music Festival features: Wailing String Players ~ Masters of Modern Acoustic Music, the Voices of Guitars Shine, the Finest Expression of String Instruments.....

March 18: Mark Marshall's Big Trio & Belleville Outfit

March 19: Wizards and Gypsies: The Assad Bros & Roby Lakatos Ensemble
March 24: Chris Thile, Mike Marshall, Caterina Lichtenberg & Sarah Jarosz
April 2-3: Bill Frisell Trio & Bassakou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Savannah, Georgia's St. Patrick's Day Celebration

Forsyth Park Inn still has some availability during St.Patrick's Day, March 17, 2010. It is a fabulous and celebratory time to see Savannah, the city is hopping, smiling, and enjoying the festivities! Be a part of history this year, getaway from home, and come for all the fun in Savannah's Historic District. At Forsyth Park Inn you will be sure to have a great time, we will treat you to a superb breakfast, a fun-filled wine hour, and delicious St. Patty's Day style dessert treats too!
Call 866.670.6800 for your reservations now!
Rooms are booking quickly, don't miss out this year, be a part of this celebration!
Check out for further St. Patrick's Day details.

President Obama Seen on Savannah Streets!

On March 2, 2010 President Obama made his way down Whitaker Street, the very street our veranda overlooks!
President Obama was in Savannah visiting and touring Savannah Technical College for only a few hours, but many caught a glimpse of him during his short stay!
The President then surprised diners at Savannah's favorite Mrs.Wilkes Southern Restaurant, just a few blocks north of the inn. The word is Obama piled his plate high with southern classics, especially fried chicken!

After his lunch and just before 2pm, President Obama made his way down Whitaker Street back to the South Side of Savannah. The Innkeeper and staff all lined the veranda with waving hands and cheerful smiles! It was a great and exciting day for Savannah!