Prohibition, cultural archeology and human-animal interaction will mark the spring series of evening programs offered by the Seabrook Island Natural History Group (SINHG) at The Lake House.
The program on Thursday evening, February 9, 2023 will explore South Carolina’s experience during the early twentieth century’s Prohibition years in a program presented by Abigail Geedy of the Horry County Museum.
On March 9, former Drayton Hall Executive Director George McDaniel will share “Drayton Hall Stories: A Place And Its People”.
The spring series of programs will conclude on April 13 with a heartwarming presentation about Charleston Area Therapeutic Riding (CATR), the thirty-year-old Johns Island program helping adults and children with disabilities live more fulfilling and active lives in partnership with horses.
SINHG Evening Programs are offered free of charge to members. There is a $5.00 fee for non-members. To learn more about the series and about SINHG membership, visit sinhg.org.
-Submitted by Norm Powers for SINGH
(Image credits: Horry County Museum, Drayton Hall, and CATR)