The Annual Savannah Antiques and Architecture Weekend is a three-day series of presentations, tours, appraisals, a glittering gala, and a cocktail reception celebrating Savannah’s robust historic preservation efforts and its best-in-class examples of American architecture. The Society is a registered 501c3 organization and all proceeds from the events benefit two of the city’s nineteenth-century treasures, The Andrew Low House and The Green-Meldrim House.
This year’s theme, Down by the Riverside, focuses on Savannah’s Port and its history From Cobblestones to Containers. The weekend on the Savannah River begins with a cocktail reception and tour of the spectacular new Plant Riverside District hosted by its visionary developer, Richard Kessler and architect Christian Sottile. Attendees will then experience Southern Hospitality at Home, the Art of Gracious Living at Friday’s luncheon with interior designer and author Susan Sully. Guests then hop aboard the “Georgia Queen” for Saturday’s Lunch-and-Learn Riverboat Cruise complete with a brass Dixieland Band and southern fare to discover the history of architecture along Savannah’s riverside. Saturday night’s Glittering Gala will honor Savannah Antiques and Architecture Weekend’s sponsors, speakers, appraisers and patrons at the Green - Meldrim House.
$15 - $100
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