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Atlantic Ocean 2 - Premium 3 bedroom directly oceanfront townhome with beautiful views of the ocean, community pools, and on-site restaurant. 

Beach Bound - Newly renovated and furnished 3 Bedroom Cottage with beautiful water views! Beach Bound offers guest the feel of a new home loaded with charm!

Beach and Racquet C203 - Nicely refurnished 2 bedroom condo on the quiet North end of Tybee Island. Beach and Racquet C203 has beautiful views of the bay, sunsets, ships, shrimp boats and the pool from your private balcony.

Doc House - 4 Bedroom Waterfront Home with Private Dock and Spectacular Views! 

Sandys North Shore - Beautiful newly furnished 3 bedroom home complete with great beachviews from the decks and screened porches.

The Yankee Peach - 3 bedroom renovated cottage with Hot Tub, screened porch, and located close to the beach. 

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Calendar of Events


Little Grand Wine Tasting
October 25
The Tybee Post Theater is launching a mid-year Tybee Wine Festival event on October 25, from 3:00-6:00pm which will be staged at the Tybee Island Social Club. The event will feature 60 wines along with food sampling's from Social Club and the Tybee Island Fish Camp, and a goodie bag for all attendess. Live music by The Accomplices abd the James Smith Jazz Trio. Tickets are $25.00.  More info and Purchase Tickets

Tybee Arts Association Show and Sale
November 7-10
Give the gift of original art this holiday season! Local art includes paintings, driftwood sculpture, fiber arts, stained glass, prints, jewelry, photography, art quilts, glass art, pottery, handcrafted furniture, and much more. Friday 6-9 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Tybee YMCA, 5th Street and Butler Avenue. 

Free Admission Days at Fort Pulaski
November 11
Fort Pulaski entrance fee-free day will be on November 11th, Veterans Day. Located just west of Tybee Island off of Hwy 80 is Fort Pulaski, built between 1829 and 1847. During the Civil War, Union forces camped on Tybee Island and fired their powerful new cannons at the fort, damaging it severely and making brick forts obsolete worldwide. Fort Pulaski is a fine example of historic military architecture. Along with its exhibits, Fort Pulaski offers an abundance of outdoor activities including hiking, biking, birdwatching and fishing. There are also several nature trails. 

Tybee Salutes Heroes 2014  - Parade
November 15, 1:00pm
Tybee Island is excited to host the inaugural island-wide Tybee Salutes Heroes 2014. Businesses all over the island will be offering military specials and discounts. There will also be a parade on Saturday at 1:00pm which will travel from 14th Street to Butler Avenue and the North to 5th Street where it will end at the Verterans Memorial located at Memorial Park. 

Coupon Code: HEROES2014

Third Thursday Concert Series
November 20
Join in the celebration at Tybee Island Pier and Pavilion for a concert to recognize the Third Thursday! Every Third Thursday, the city of Tybee holds a concert at 5:30 PM for the public to enjoy. Come out and join the locals as we jam out to this free concert, while enjoying the beach of Tybee Island!

The Pickle Run
November 29
The Pickle Run is an annual Tybee Island 5K run and walk to raise funds for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Coastal Empire. For more details visit: 5K Pickle Run

Lights on For Tybee
December 5
Residents and Guests gather on Tybrisa Street at the Strand from 6:30-9pm for the annual lighting of the Tybee Christmas Tree, enjoy the choirs and dance student performances. Complementary refreshments and extended store hours throughout downtown.

Tybee Arts Association Last Minute Christmas Art Show and Sale
December 5-8
Give the gift of original art this holiday season! Local art includes paintings, driftwood sculpture, fiber arts, stained glass, prints, jewelry, photography, art quilts, glass art, pottery, handcrafted furniture, and much more. Friday 6-9 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Tybee Arts Association Building, 7 Cedarwood Avenue. 

Tybee Island Christmas Parade
December 6
Everyone loves a parade during the holiday season. Festive floats and spirited parade participants will fill the streets as they lead Mr. & Mrs. Claus from the 14th Street Parking Lot to the Tybee Gym for photo ops and family fun. 1-3pm.

New Year's Eve Fireworks
December 31
Bring in the New Year with a bang! Enjoy the show launched from the Tybee Pier at the stroke of midnight at one of Tybee’s many restaurants and bars, or watch it from the beach. It promises to be spectacular! 

Polar Bear Plunge
January 1
The Tybee Polar Plunge returns to Tybee Island on Wednesday, January 1, 2015!  Join thousands of people and take the plunge into the brisk Atlantic Ocean at 12:00 noon on New Year’s Day.  It’s a great way for the ENTIRE FAMILY to start off the New Year! The 2015 Tybee Polar Plunge also welcomes the return of the “Gang of Goofs” contest and Parade! We are looking for groups of at least three (3) or more to dress up in their craziest, wackiest and funniest costumes! The Goofs will parade in front of an esteemed panel of judges to compete for some great prizes! The first place team will also receive the coveted Le “Gang of Goofs” trophy which will be engraved with their team name and displayed at the location of their choice for an entire year. Visit for more details. 

Critz Tybee Run Fest
February 6-7
The Critz Tybee Run Fest has been developed into today’s event through a series of changes and advances over the past few decades. Over the years, many people have assisted in organizing the events that have lead up to the Critz Tybee Run Fest; between course and location modifications, changing sponsors and a variety of other adjustments, the new and evolved event format has been able to improve significantly year after year. Participants now have the opportunity of doing 1, 2, 3, 4, or all 5 events, whichever they choose. By participating in all 5 events, the distances add up to 26.2 miles; a full marathon. For more information visit:


Tybee Island is located just a short, 20 minute drive from Historic Savannah which offers a wide array of exciting annual events. 

Savannah's River Street has an arts/crafts festival every first Saturday of the month. There's live music, entertainment, food and fun. There are also fireworks and an oyster roast on the first Friday of each month.

Savannah Speed Classic
October 23-26
Nestled across the water from the famed River Street, Savannah's own little private island comes alive with the roar of engines October 23 - 26, 2014. With its storied past and cobblestone streets, Savannah, unbeknownst to most, is the birth place of Grand Prix racing. Celebrating that heritage, the Savannah Speed Classic is a unique road race experience offering an intimate look at the inner workings of racing. Featuring series races, enduros and even more excitement with hot lap rides, test drives, an off road experience, and pit access. The Savannah Speed Classic is a great destination for drivers, crew, family, friends and spectators alike. The motoring festival starts with the pace lap party in Ellis Square Thursday, followed by several races and events throughout the weekend. Visit for tickets or more information. 

Halloween Hike at Oatland Island Wildlife Center
October 24-October 25
This is a fun, safe, not-so-scary event for your little trick or treaters! Walk with your trickster down our friendly forest trail to meet and gather goodies from our friendly animal characters.  Face painting, spooky crafts, pony rides and many more activities await your arrival!. Comfortable walking shoes and costumes encouraged. 
Adults: $6/ Children $8.  For more information visit their website: Oatland Island Wildlife Center

Savannah Film Festival 2014 at Lucas Theatre
October 25-November 1
Savannah Film Festival is an 8 day festival presents by SCAD. Schedule of films to be announced. Tickets available on October 1st. To purchase go online or by calling 912-525-5050. 

Tricks, Treats and Trains
October 25
Join Coastal Heritage Society at Georgia State Railroad Museum for tons of Halloween fun! Guests are encouraged to dress up to enjoy a train ride, trick-or-treating and fun Halloween-themed crafts and activities including decorating your very own pumpkin! Pre-registration & Pre-payment are REQUIRED for this event.
Tickets are $10 per person ages 18 mo.and older. Georgia State Railroad Museum

Nosferatu (1922) at Lucas Theatre
October 31
Presenting the silent horror classic Nosferatu, with live orchestration from the Silent Orchestra. Don't miss this awesome Halloween event! Tickets available online or by calling 912-525-5050. 

Harvest Fest on River Street
November 7-8
November First Friday & Saturday will celebrate the fall season with a Country Music festival, local and regional craft beer tastings, and more on Historic River Street! Rousakis Plaza will be filled with arts & crafts exhibitors displaying their works and live country music on the Arbor Stage all weekend long! Weekend festivities will kick-off on Friday, November 7 from 4-10pm and continue on Saturday, November 8 from 10am-10pm. Free and open to the public.

Savannah Rock and Roll Marathon
November 8-9
2 full exciting days of running events and live music at every turn. And rock out with Phillip Phillips, winner of American Idol 11, at the finish line. For more information please visit:

Savannah Food and Wine Festival
November 10-16
A week-long celebration of wine and food set amongst the towering Spanish moss draped oak trees in historic Savannah Georgia. Nothing exudes Southern hospitality quite like the City of Savannah. From its bountiful historic district of antebellum homes, to the numerous parks and beautiful Squares. Savannah’s famous River Street is the perfect backdrop for several Festival events, where once upon a time pirates and buccaneers strolled. Locations and prices vary, see website for full schedule and details:

11th Annual Savannah Children's Book Festival
November 15
This free day-long event (10am-4pm) in Forsyth Park in Savannah brings families together to meet their favorite authors and illustrators and enjoy a variety of hands-on activities throughout the day. The festival will also include more than 50 authors and illustrators from throughout the Low Country and Southeast region, arts and crafts, an International Tent, costumed characters, a graphic/comics area, and a variety of food and entertainment. The lineup of renowned and award-winning children’s book authors and illustrators includes Lois Lowry (“The Giver”), Tedd Arnold (“Fly Guy”), Rosemary Wells (“Max and Ruby”), Bruce Degen (“Magic School Bus”), and many more! For more information, call (912) 652-3600 or visit

20th Annual Telfair Art Fair
November 15-16
Held in Telfair Square in the heart of historic downtown Savannah, Georgia, this popular southern open air art fair attracts thousands of high-end art collectors, tourists, area residents and families, and is open to artists displaying and selling works in various artistic disciplines including painting, printmaking, drawing/pastel, digital media, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics/pottery, photography, furniture, glass, textiles/fiber, and mixed media. This event is free and open to the public - Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 12-4pm. Visit for more information. 

To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) at Lucas Theatre
November 21
An american drama film directed by Robert Mulligan. The screenplay by Horton Foote was based on the 1960 Pultizer Prize-winning novel of the same name by Harper Lee. It stars Gregory Peck in the role of Atticus Finch, and Mary Badham in the role of scout. Visit for more details. Tickets are $8 general admission.

Roman Holiday (1953) at Lucas Theatre
November 22
A romantic comedy directed and produced by William Wyler. It stars Gregory Peck as a reporter, and Audrey Hepburn as a royal princess out to see Rome on her own. Visit for more details. Tickets are $8 general admission.

Harvest Festival and Cane Grinding
November 22
Centered around Oatland’s 1800’s Heritage Homesite, history comes alive with old-time music, cane boiling, butter-making & cooking on the hearth & open fire. See how “it was back then” amidst the sights, sounds & aroma of an old-fashioned fall gathering. Children young & old will enjoy hay rides, crafts & games, cane syrup & other fun festival food that will tug at your senses as you venture back through history. From 10am-4pm.
Admission: Adults $7.00/Children $ 5.00 For more information visit: Oatland Island Wildlife Center

6th Annual Turkey Trot
November 27
6th Annual Thanksgiving Day fun run for the whole family benefiting the United Way. Begins at 8am at Daffin Park. For more information or to register, visit

Gone with the Wind(1932) at Lucas Theatre
November 28
Celebrate the 75th Anniversary of this classic film!
Gone with the Wind is a 1939 American epic historical romance film adapted from Margaret Mitchell’s Pulitzer-winning 1936 novel. It was produced by David O. Selznick of Selznick International Pictures and directed by Victor Fleming. Set in the 19th-century American South, Tickets available online or by calling 912-525-5050.

A Motown Christmas @ Lucas Theatre
November 29
A extraordinary show will present the Motown hits we have all come to know and love combined with your favorite Christmas favorites. Featuring present and past members of The Temptations, The Miracles and the Capitals. Visit for more details.

Christmas on the River
December 5-6
It’s a holiday celebration on Historic River Street! Rousakis Plaza will be full of regional arts & crafts exhibitors with holiday gifts and stocking stuffers to check off of your Christmas list. Music and local entertainment will take place on the Arbor Stage all weekend long. Don’t miss Savannah’s Lighted Christmas Parade starting West River Street at 5:30pm, traveling throughout downtown and ending at Ellis Square. The parade marks the official arrival of St. Nick, so this is one event you don’t want to miss! Weekend festivities will kick-off on Friday, December 5 from 4-10pm and continue on Saturday, December 6 from 10am-10pm. First Fridays & Saturdays on the River take place each month from March-December.

2014 Enmark Savannah River Bridge Run
December 6
The Bridge Run gives participants the chance to conquer Savannah’s Talmadge Bridge, a 1.4-mile span at a 5.5% grade, 196 feet above the Savannah River, on foot. You can register online at

New Year’s Eve “Up The Cup”
December 31
Ring in the New Year on Historic River Street! Celebrate the end of the year with our 2nd Annual Up the Cup Countdown! The celebration will take place on Rousakis Riverfront Plaza from 8pm-1am on Wednesday, December 31. Don’t miss out live music and our non-traditional “ball drop” with a Savannah twist! Countdown the final seconds of 2014 as we raise our six foot to-go cup to the New Year! The “Up the Cup” countdown will start right before midnight followed by a firework display to officially ring in 2015!