Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage is delighted to announce its upcoming exhibition, Language of Clay: Catawba Indian Pottery and Oral Tradition, which will be on view from March 2, 2024 to February 22, 2025. This immersive exploration of Catawba pottery, curated by the University of South Carolina Lancaster’s Native American Studies Center, promises to captivate […]

Come Join the Edisto Beach State Park Environmental Learning Center staff as they teach you how to create your own tie-dye shirt! They’ll show you a variety of designs to choose from. Make sure to bring your own white cotton t-shirt or pillowcase, or better yet, purchase an Edisto Beach State Park shirt from them! […]

Did you know giant beavers, massive sharks, and bizarre sloths really called Edisto home? Join Edisto Beach State Park’s Environmental Learning Center to learn about the amazing wildlife of prehistoric Edisto in a game of fossil trivia. Touch real fossils of animals that roamed tens of thousands of year ago. Pre-registration required. Free with park […]

The nonprofit Pat Conroy Literary Center will host an evening with award-winning poet Ray McManus, author of The Last Saturday in America, on Thursday, April 25, at 5:00 p.m., at the Conroy Center (601 Bladen St., Beaufort). Free and open to the public. Books will be available for sale and signing. Please call to reserve your seat […]

The Colleton County Rice Festival in Walterboro, South Carolina is an annual event featuring arts and crafts, food, fireworks, music and other entertainment. Since it first arrived in 1685, rice helped create enormous wealth for the Lowcountry, and Colleton County was perfect for growing it. During the annual Rice Festival we celebrate the heritage of […]