Special Happenings & Holiday Sharing

Community of Caring

Community of Caring

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Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday

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Decorating Day

Decorating Day

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Lights on for Tybee Celebration

Lights on for Tybee Celebration

November 30, 2018 Lights on for Tybee Celebration HOLIDAY LIGHTS! MUSIC! DANCING! SHOPPING! DINING! A celebratory Tybee tradition downtown with the tree lighting and holiday joy! As we await the start of the evening’s festivities, a special performance near the Christmas tree will be taking place. Enjoy the softness of the flute as beautiful melody is brought to you by flutist Mary D.   You are invited to partake in the festive Island spirit as Mayor Buelterman lights the Christmas tree at the Roundabout. Following the lighting ceremony, the choir – led by performers with the Tybee Arts Performing Society will lead you from the tree to the steps of Historic Carbo House for holiday entertainment and good ole’ fashioned singalongs.   This year the...

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A Holiday Market

A Holiday Market

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Tybee Island Christmas Parade

Tybee Island Christmas Parade

December 1, 2018 Tybee Island Christmas Parade The holiday season is a special time of year on Tybee and this parade has become a tradition that highlights the small town charm you only find here.  The parade begins at 1:00pm from the 14th Street parking lot (behind Hotel Tybee) and travels up Tybrisa to Butler Avenue then to the Tybee Gym where children will have photo time with Santa! The Tybee YMCA will have surprises for all to enjoy at the gym. All are welcome to be in the parade!  Parade applications are available here and are due by November 21....

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Ft. Pulaski Candle Lantern Tours

Ft. Pulaski Candle Lantern Tours

December 14-15, 2018 Ft. Pulaski Candle Lantern Tours Fort Pulaski commemorates the Confederate Nog party of 1861 each year during the holiday season. The long-lived Savannah tradition provides night-time tours of the historic fort by candlelight and oil lamps. The original party, held at Christmas time in 1861, gave the Confederate garrison at Fort Pulaski a respite from the tension of impending battle. The fort casemates, armed with cannons, were decorated with holiday garlands. As one soldier commented, tables groaned under the weight of fine delicacies sent down from the city. With song and good cheer, the men celebrated a light-hearted moment as the dark clouds of war gathered over Savannah. Guests will have the unique experience of a guided tour for the...

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