Recent developments in the ongoing restoration of Charleston’s McLeod Plantation will inaugurate this fall’s series of evening programs offered by the Seabrook Island Natural History Group. The plantation’s lead interpreter, Leah Worthington, will discuss new discoveries at the 37-acre site during a September 14th program at Lake House.
October will bring a visit from the Charleston Museum’s Natural History Curator Matthew Gibson, who will explore “Fossils In The Low Country” on October 12th; while on November 9th, Alfonso Brown, the creator of Charleston’s famous Gullah Tours, will recall growing up in rural Charleston County in “My Gullah Life”.
SINHG evening programs at Lake House are open to all Seabrook Island residents and begin with refreshments at 7pm before each 7:30pm presentation. There is a $5 donation for all non-SINHG members.
For information about future programs and SINHG membership, visit sinhg.org.
-Submitted by Norm Powers