The Seabrook Island Natural History Group (SINHG) has released its autumn schedule of SINHG Trips for members and Evening Programs for residents.
Among the 38 educational and cultural trips offered for members, starting in September, are several kayaking expeditions in the ACE Basin, a tour of historic Mount Pleasant on electric bicycles, a private tour of the H.L. Hunley Museum in Charleston, and three culinary tours of downtown Charleston restaurants.
Three Evening Programs for island residents at the Lake House are planned, starting in September with a presentation on the history of Charleston tea plantations, followed by an October program on the history of James Island and in November with a “Lost Charleston” program on the city’s post-Civil War history. Details and registration are available at sinhg.org.
-Submitted by Norm Powers, for SINHG