Here are few of the upcoming events in 2017!

Every Tuesday in June - july 18th: We are a part of Colleton County School Districts Summer Camp

We are teaching our 3rd graders the importance of the first inhabitants of Colleton County. Native Americans! The Edisto Indians as well as the Natchez-Kusso among others were all and still are here. We are building a Wigwam together as part of our revamped Native American Exhibit. So be sure to look out for that in the near future.

June 14th: Toe-to-Toe Summer Camp day

August 8th: Welcoming the Enemy at Walterboro Airfield @ 6pm

Join us to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Walterboro Air Base with Historian, Elizabeth Laney. We will be taking an in-depth look at the Tuskegee Airmen that trained on site as well as the little known German POW camp and all the conflicts that arose within the community.

Laney also created our award-winning exhibit "Shaking the Jug: The Tuskegee Airmen at Walterboro Airfield" that is on permanent display in our Museum. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

August 18th: Red Tails @ 6pm

Academy Award Winner Cuba Gooding Jr. and Academy Award Nominee Terrance Howard lead a powerful ensemble cast in this high-flying epic inspired by the real-life adventures of the first African-American combat unit to serve in World War II.

Italy, 1944. As the war takes its toll on Allied Forces in Europe, a squadron of black pilots known as the Tuskegee Airmen are finally given the chance to prove themselves in the sky...even as they battle discrimination on the ground. Featuring jaw-dropping ariel action and thrilling special effects, Red Tails is a breathtaking tribute to the unsung heroes who rose above extraordinary challenges and ultimately soared into history.

Bring your own Stuff: chairs, blankets, coolers, snacks etc.

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

August 22nd: Lowcountry Raptors @ 2pm-4pm

Join us as we take an in-depth look at live birds of prey that inhabit the Lowcountry. From hawks to falcons to owls and more, meet the birds face to face and learn just how important these creatures are to the environment. This is one summer program you won’t want to miss!

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC