After canceling or sharply reducing its signature SINHG Trips during the past year’s pandemic restrictions, the Seabrook Island Natural History Group has announced a return to a full schedule for the autumn. Thirty-one trips are on offer for SINHG members beginning in September, including seven new activities and venues throughout the greater Charleston area.
Among the new trips on offer are a twenty-mile biking tour of Kiawah Island, a “Chocolate Dinner” at downtown restaurant Circa 1886 and a chance to train and compete in blade axe and bull axe throwing. Returning to the schedule are popular historic tours of downtown Charleston, kayaking at a number of area creeks and rivers, and a near-shore fishing expedition.
SINHG Trips are open to all SINHG members. Learn more about membership by visiting sinhg.org/membership.
-Submitted by Norm Powers, for SINHG