A War on Two Fronts is on view at Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage from February 5 – August 13. The multimedia exhibit explores how black soldiers in the 92nd and 93rd Army infantry divisions fought for racial equality during WWII, and then participated in the Civil Rights Movement. It was created by the Athenaeum Press at Coastal Carolina University that focuses […]

Reptiles of the Lowcountry at Coastal Discovery Museum The Coastal Discovery Museum will introduce a “Reptiles of the Lowcountry” program starting in March on Wednesday from 3-4 pm. Turtles, alligators, and even snakes, are local celebs in our area and it pays to know them. Learn about the habits, characteristics, contribution, and reputation of regional […]

Kayaking The Coastal Discovery Museum will continue their kayak trips on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday starting in March at 10 am. You will join a certified guide for a close look at the salt marsh aboard a stable, touring kayak. Venture into creeks and inlets to view local wildlife. The tour meets at Jarvis Creek […]

Director’s Walk at the Coastal Discovery Museum The Coastal Discovery Museum will host a Director’s Walk every Monday starting March 7th from 1:00 – 2:00 pm. Walk the shell path and Nan Lloyd Trail with the museum director and discover some of the property’s hidden secrets. This 6o-minute outing will cover approximately two miles of […]

HarbourFest is an all summer long celebration that takes over Shelter Cove Harbour & Marina with fireworks, spinning hats, carnival games, face painting, music and more with the very popular entertainment of Shannon Tanner and Cappy the Clown. The festival events begin on Memorial Day Weekend and spans the whole summer through Labor Day Weekend. […]