March 19- Richmond Hill Chamber of Commerce Hosts “Let’s Get Digital” with speaker, Byron Atkinson of Boost by Design — Back by popular demand, this opportunity to learn in an evolving world of technology is crucial for business owners. Are you looking to increase visibility? Are you looking to see growth in 2015? Coffee and Conversation is free to chamber members and is $15 for others. Advanced registration is required. It starts at 8:30 a.m. at the Chamber office.
March 20- April 4
The Savannah Music Festival is under way. — Don’t forget about this incredible opportunity to hear great music this weekend. This year’s highlight is Opera, featuring Suor Angelica and Gianna Schicchi. Numerous musical genres, venues, and prices will meet the needs of anyone looking for a change of pace. The event has bundle ticket prices.
From the ball park to the Bark Park, Saturday is packed with family fun and a chance to give back — Richmond Hill baseball is hosting “Pack the Park Day” with an arrival time of 1p.m. All recreational baseball/softball players in jerseys will get in free and receive a hot dog and drink. First pitch is at 1:30 p.m.
Richmond Hill City Center is hosting “Bryan’s Bash-Dinner & Drinks” benefiting Bryan County Bark Park, at 6:30 p.m. — This is guaranteed to be a “pawsitively fun” time, with food and drinks. Proceeds will help keep the bark park maintained. For more information, visit bryanbarkpark.com.
Looking for a Sunday stroll? Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra presents MENDELSSOHN AND VERDI. — John Morris Russell will conduct “Dreams and Nightmares” as soprano Kisma Jordan shines, featuring music based on Shakespeare’s plays. The concert will be at the First Presbyterian Church of Hilton Head from 4 to 6 p.m. For more information, visit www.hhso.org.