The Seabrook Island Natural History Group (SINHG) launches its fall series of Evening Programs on October 10, 2019 to explore “From Walled City To Reconstruction,” a survey of 200 years of Charleston history presented by Katherine Pemberton of Historic Charleston Foundation. The city’s role in the American Revolution will be the focus of November’s program, “The Little Known Charleston Tea Party,” presented by historian John Young.
The Evening Program series will return after the holidays with programs from January to April on topics ranging from protecting coastal marine life to a virtual visit to Charleston’s unique College Of The Building Arts. The complete schedule and pre-registration for Evening Programs is available at sinhg.org by clicking on the Events tab.
SINHG Evening Programs at the Lake House are open to all island residents and their guests, and are offered at no charge to SINHG members. There is a $5 charge for non-SINHG guests.
-Submitted by Norm Powers