Food & Drinks
Enjoying local craft beer at Forsyth Park in the springtime is about as good as it gets! Pair that with offerings from fresh local food vendors, shop from Forsyth Farmers Market, or even bring your own picnic lunch. This year we will have vegan offerings from Fox and Fig Cafe near the beer tent.
Kona Ice truck will be parked on Park Avenue, near The Sentient Bean and Brighter Day Natural Market.
Bye, Bye Plastic Bottles
Each year 8 million tons of plastic are dumped into our oceans. This has to change. This year, we will not be selling any plastic water bottles. Green Sheep aluminum bottles and cans are one of the most recyclable beverage packaging out there.
Proceeds from water sales benefit the Savannah Chatham Sustainability Coalition.
The day will be filled with live musical and dance performances, so bring your blankets or lawn chairs and check out some of Savannah’s most lively performers who support the cause!
11:00am – Matthew Jadaiv
11:45am – Josephine Johnson
1:00pm – Keystone Postcards
3:30pm –Ember City
This year, we are pleased to have the hosts of WRUU’s weekly show, “Some of the That Old Savannah Magic”, Dr. Matthew L Adams and Louis Clausi as our festival MCs.
Monsters are on the loose in Savannah!
For Earth Day 2018, The Revival Society is teaming up with SCSC to construct a giant interactive sculpture from plastic water bottles. We have unleashed an army of trash can monsters throughout town as a fun and creative way for the public to donate their empty water bottles.
The Revival Society have been traveling to local schools to educate kids on sustainable design. They worked with over 14 different classes with kids ranging from pre-school to 8th grade. For the younger ages to include them by having them sketch out ideas and then our team hand picks the designs that would best suite the functionality of a trash can.