HCF: Virtual “Food For Thought Luncheon Lectures” in March

The Historic Charleston Foundation (HCF) will provide virtual programming through their “Food For Thought Luncheon Lectures” beginning on March 11, 2021. These popular thought-provoking lectures provide in-depth looks at Charleston-related topics ranging from Gullah Cuisine to popular local legends and lore featuring acclaimed local experts.  

These lectures will take place from 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm on the dates below. For more information about the topic of each lecture and to purchase tickets, click here.

March 11 Charleston Lost

March 12  Charleston’s Irish: From Sullivan Island to “the Joe”

March 15  Indigo Girl: The Colorful Life of Eliza Lucas Pinckney I

March 16  Indigo Girl: The Colorful Life of Eliza Lucas Pinckney II

March 17  The Architectural Styles of Charleston

March 18  Charleston’s Gardens from Andre Michaux to the Present

March 19  Gullah Memories

March 22  Black Labor, White Rice: Creating the Rice Kingdom

March 23  How the Best Biscuits You Ever Had Came To Be

March 24  The Forgotten Pleasure Gardens of Early Charleston

March 25  History Meets Historical Fiction: The Grimke Sister and the Invention of Wings

March 26  Carolina’s “Wow” Worthy Plants and Wildlife

March 29  Balancing the Historic Narrative: Charleston’s McLeod Plantation

March 30  Alice Ravenel Huger Smith, Charleston Renaissance Artist

March 31  Rain Gardens: Working With Nature

April 1  No Really! Charleston’s Myths, Legends and Lore

April 2  The Ferntastic Legacy of Charleston’s Victorian-Era Houseplants

In-person programs are scheduled to resume beginning April 5, 2021.

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