Category Archives: SINHG

SINHG Evening Program “Living Apart From Slavery: Carolina Maroons” – November 8

“Living Apart From Slavery: Carolina Maroons” will be November’s Evening Program topic, at the Lake House on Thursday, November 8 at 7:30 pm. Dr. Ed West, historian for the Summerville Dorchester Museum, shares his research into “maroons”, or enslaved African-Americans … Continue reading

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The fall schedule of SINHG Trips brought members this month to nearby Charleston Area Therapeutic Riding (CATR) to learn about the benefits of horseback riding for special needs children and adults. Members met with CATR’s Executive Director Murray Neale for … Continue reading

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Goats, Cheese and Harbor Cruising for SINHG Members

Dodging tropical storms and hurricane threats, SINHG members took to land and sea recently as this fall’s schedule of SINHG trips continues. Charleston’s SpiritLine Cruises departed from Patriot’s Point with SINHG members aboard for an evening’s cruise around Charleston Harbor. … Continue reading

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SINHG October 11 Evening Program Rescheduled

This week’s SINHG Evening Program, “A History Of Johns Island”, scheduled for Thursday evening, October 11th, has been rescheduled due to tropical storm Michael. The program will now be presented on Thursday evening, October 25. -Submitted by Norm Powers, for … Continue reading

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SINHG Takes to the Water

Seabrook Island Natural History Group (SINGH) trips are underway for the fall after a slight delay from hurricane Florence, with two waterborne expeditions in September. The Pirate Lady ferried nearly two dozen SINHG’ers from Andell Bluff on an exploration of … Continue reading

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John’s Island History at SINHG Evening Program – October 11

The sometimes tumultuous history of John’s Island will be the focus of October’s SINHG Evening Program on Thursday evening, October 11th, at 7:30 at the Lake House. Popular historian Doug Bostick, who has led a number of SINHG Trips exploring … Continue reading

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Early Charleston History Focus of SINHG Evening Program

The Seabrook Island Natural History Group begins its autumn series of evening programs on September 13th at the Lake House with a discussion of Charleston’s first two hundred years presented by Katherine Pemberton of the Historic Charleston Foundation. Charleston’s growth … Continue reading

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SINHG Releases Fall Trips Schedule

Adventure awaits! A visit to Sandy Island’s Gullah community, a downtown history walking tour with Tommy Dew, and a birding tour at a landfill are among the new offerings in SINHG’s Fall Trip schedule. Fifty-two trips are on offer for … Continue reading

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SINHG Dines on Upper King

Fifteen SINHG members sampled the culinary attractions of Upper King Street in downtown Charleston last week hosted by Guild Hollowell of Culinary Tours. This SINHG Trip combined a tasting tour of such Upper King restaurants as Rue St. Jean, HoM … Continue reading

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Lowcountry’s Colonial History at SINHG Evening Program

  The SINHG Evening Program Thursday, April 26 at 7:30pm at the Lake House Live Oak Room The last SINHG Evening Program of the spring will be held on April 26th and will explore the early colonial history of the … Continue reading

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SINHG Goes Stargazing

SINHG members recently joined the Stargazers Club for an evening of viewing the night sky over the Ocean Winds course. The evening began at the Oyster Catcher Community Center with an informative presentation on astronomy and various types of telescopes. … Continue reading

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SINHG Visits the Beach and the Barn

This month’s Seabrook Island Natural History Group (SINHG) trips included a visit to North Beach with Leslie Sautter, from the College of Charleston’s Department of Geology and Environmental Geoscience to study the constantly shifting geology of our barrier island’s coastline. … Continue reading

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