Here are few of the upcoming events in 2017!

October 12th: Cooking Class: easy weeknight meals

Join us for a new installment of Colleton Commercial Kitchen's famous cooking class series! Liz Nettles will be showing us a quick and delicious weeknight meal of roast pork and vegetables just in time for Fall weather. Bring a friend and socialize while Liz talks through her process in our hi-tec teaching kitchen.

Tickets $5 for museum members / $10 for general public. Advance purchase ONLY . Call 843.549.2303

October 16th: Museum After Hours: You Can Go Anywhere in Life From Here

Come and discover our brand new exhibit donated to The Colleton Museum by Charles Williams in memory of his mother Vernice Middleton. Learn about Charles Williams's memories on Gruber Street, at the Gruber Street Kindergarten as well as Saint Joseph's Catholic School. In a time of segregation, "St. Joseph's was so different, so exceptional, that the students were going to excel."
"...the nuns developed a terrific library at the school..."
"Father John would tell us at assembly that 'we could go anywhere in life from here.'"


October 26th: A Haunted past @ 6pm

Learn the intricate and meticulous rituals required of 19th-century families when mourning the loss of a loved one. Kim Poovey wears period correct mourning attire as well as sharing displays of mourning jewelry, photography, and accoutrements of the era. Ghost stories make the event a spine tingling experience.


November 8th-12th: Festivelo 2017

The annual four-day event offers you your choice of morning rides in the area:

20-35 miles, 55-65 miles, or 95-105 mile routes – to suit your ambition and skill level.

You will enjoy delicious food:  breakfast and hot meals at your lunch rest stops each day, and when you return to home base in Walterboro in the afternoons, we have more food and festivities for you: themed dinners, drinks, activities and entertainmentplanned for you to celebrate your riding accomplishments.

To register click HERE

November 9th: Firepot Stories book siging @ 3-5pm

Joe Hamilton of Walterboro, the founder of Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA), has compiled a lifetime of outdoor writing in his new book. Join us for an afternoon with Joe as he reads a portion of his book and signs copies that are available in our Market Place gift shop for sale. 


november 26th: tea is for teddy @6pm

Kim Poovey is back with the history of afternoon tea, proper tea etiquette, and how to brew the perfect pot of tea. Audience members also learn the history of the teddy bear and Margarete Steiff, founder of the Steiff stuffed animal and teddy bear company. Rediscover the simple pleasure of afternoon tea with teddy.

Advanced Tickets ONLY. Tickets are $10 per person. Tea and heavy hors d'oeuvres will be served.
 Space is limited. Call 843.549.2303

november 29th - december 2nd: 2nd annual festival of trees