February Obessions!

So I'm suuuper late with this post. BUT there are still some exciting, fun things going on around Hinesville and Savannah that I thought you guys should know about so, I'm writing it anyway. And next month, I promise I'll be on time!

MyMilDeals Oscars Viewing Party
So this event is literally this Sunday at the Mellow Mushroom in Pooler. Attire is "upscale casual" (basically no t-shirts or sneakers) and the first 100 guests will grab a free swag bag. There'll be raffles, a contest for best dressed, hors d'oervres, and, of course, a cash bar. And if you've got kids, the Sk8 City in Pooler is hosting a skate party exclusively for the parents attending the event, six bucks a kid which included skates and snacks. The event itself is free to get in so, hope to see you guys there!

Wine & Canvas- Savannah
So I stumbled across this a few weeks ago while I was playing around online and I seriously can't believe I've never heard of it before. Founded in Indianapolis in 2010, Wine and Canvas hosts local painting parties instructed by local artists and of course featuring wine. Can't wait to get a group together to check this out; if you've already tried it or something similar, tell me about it below!

Sojun Ru Gullah Art Exhibit
So this exhibit opened at the beginning of the month, but it doesn't end until the 27th so you've still got a few more days to check it out. Located at the Hinesville Area Art Gallery on Commerce, the exhibit features Geechee Kunda arts and crafts in honor of Black History Month. The gallery itself is open Monday through Friday from 10-2 so it's the perfect educational outing for kids that may not be school age yet (or you by yourself if you happen upon a free weekday!)

5th Annual 2015 A-Town Get Down Music & Art Festival
Blind Boys of Alabama are headlining this year's festival; they'll be joined by about 25 other bands and visual artists. The festival will feature awesome performances (click here to snag tickets) as well as exhibits, jam sessions, and family friendly workshops. Established in 2011 as a tribute to Alex Townsend who passed away that year on Valentines Day, the festival serves as a super fun vehicle to introduce the public to aspiring musicians and artists as well as give audiences a chance to catch their favorite local acts. Check it out February 21st and 22nd!

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  1. The Mellow Mushroom! Omg took me back...I used to hang out at the MM outside the gates of Tiger Stadium when I was at LSU. They had a drink called The Dirty Alligator. You don't want to know what was in it lol. I love their pizza!

  2. I had never had it before they came to Pooler. I was surprised at how good it was lol


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