Hestia Artists’ Residency and the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace announce a poetry workshop for girls and women featuring writer and musician Alexandria Hall.
In this poetry workshop, whichi will take place at the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, we will explore the sounds of language as a jumping-off point for our creative writing. Through a playful and thoughtful approach, we will connect language and physical sounds to unlock our expressive power.Continue >
Throughout 2018, Savannah-area locals and visitors are invited to the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace for Smart Cookies: How Women Have Changed the World with Food, a special after-hours tasting tour.
The Girl Scout Movement- led by girls- is advocating to change the name of the bridge in Savannah to the Juliette Gordon Low Bridge. As one of Savannah's most influential women, Girl Scouts believes that Juliette Gordon Low deserves this honor for her amazing story and impact on the lives of Girl Scouts’ 2.6 million members and 59 million alumnae.Continue >
Stay tuned for updates regarding Sojourn in Savannah, which will take place in October 2018. Girl Scout Alumni, history enthusiasts, educators, and anyone interested in the mission of Girl Scouts, is invited to spend a fun and inspiring weekend in Savannah, Georgia.Continue >
Small Objects, Big Legacy: Savannah Showcases Girl Scout History Using Artifacts from Juliette Low’s Birthplace
“Small Treasures”, an exhibit at Savannah’s City Hall, opens July 7, 2017 and features small objects from eight cultural institutions. Girl Scouts lent four items from our early years of establishing the Birthplace as a site for girls to visit, make new friends, and be inspired by Daisy’s story.Continue >
American Association for State and Local History Presents Juliette Low Birthplace with Award of Merit
The Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace was recently honored with the Award of Merit by the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH). In their 72nd year of presenting awards for Leadership in History, AASLH recognized the exhibit, Girls Writing the World: A Library, Reimagined as a continually evolving exhibition, activities center and launchpad for new interpretation.Continue >