by Leslie Alwiel May 2, 2019 was Holocaust Remembrance Day and locals paid their respects at the Holocaust memorial in the Jewish section of Bonaventure Cemetery. Our Vice-Chairman, Don Teuton, was interviewed by WTOC about the memorial. He provided background on how the memorial came to be here, “After the war, the Szcerkowski’s moved to Savannah.…
The Bonaventure Historical Society is suspending Visitor Center operations untill further notice due to the on-going threat of Coronavirus. We have many senior volunteers and their health is our primary concern.
This means that the Historical Society’s volunteers will not be staffing the visitor center and the free monthly tours are canceled.
Bonaventure Cemetery gates will remain open from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM as usual.
In the meantime, our Bonaventure Cemetery Tour app is a great tool to have when you do visit the cemetery. It’s full of stories of the people who now call Bonaventure home.
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