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"a haven for indie film, live music
and literary readings."

New York Times

Lonely Planet Recommended 2013

Since 2001, Brewing Coffee and Community

Organic, fair trade, and home made food, drinks, art, and entertainment.

Feb15Mon
7:00PM • Free

Emergent Savannah is honored to host New York Times journalist and author of Overbooked: The Exploding Business of Tourism and Travel, Elizabeth Becker, as part of a three-day tour in partnership with the Downtown Neighborhood Association and The City of Savannah. In her groundbreaking book, Becker uncovers how what was once a hobby has become a colossal enterprise with profound impact on countries, the environment, and cultural heritage.

Feb16Tue
8:00PM • Free

The Crash Comedy Show” is an hour long, anything goes variety show created and curated by local comedian/improviser John R Brennan. Every show features a different cast of local comedians, musicians, and artist from all walks. This month will feature the sketch comedy duo ‘NAMELESS NUMBERHEAD.’ NAMELESS NUMBERHEAD is a sketch comedy duo based in Charleston, SC. Shows are written and performed by Maari Suorsa (original Off ­Broadway cast of 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche) and Henry Riggs (Jeff Award winning co­writer of That Sordid Little Story). They met while studying improv in Chicago, Suorsa at The Annoyance Theatre and Riggs at iO. With backgrounds in theatre and music they create a more dynamic tapestry for their comedy shows. Although ‘The Crash Comedy Show’ is still in it’s infancy, the goal of the show is to provide a platform for artists of all backgrounds to experiment with their material in a supportive setting where anything goes regardless of pass/fail. Leave the kids at home.

Feb22Mon
6:00PM • Free

Walker Farms will be hosting a special presentation to explain what CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) is and what it does for Farm and Community.

The Walker Farms CSA will be special because it will be integrated into a new ecological project we will be implementing on the farm. We will discuss the project and how supporting farms who practice whole farm systems in a more ecological, holistic sense provides wellness for the environment which is reflected as well in the quality of the crops. The most healthful foods, balanced nutrients and the like are generated from healthy landscapes.

For more information go to http://www.walkerorganicfarms.org/

Feb26Fri
8:00PM • Free

Starting in 2010 as a solo project by folk artist Geoff Smith, the band evolved into a multi- member indie country rock ensemble that traverses the rocky line between post- prairies balladeering and grit-covered rockers for those given to heavy highway drives and long, expansive thoughts.