New Education Exhibit
January 9 through March 12

“Shine On, Gullah. Shine On.” an exhibit of Story Quilts, Fabric Collages, and Prints by Fabric Chronicler Dorothy Montgomery of Charleston, is displayed 12-4:30 p.m. daily in Learning Lab I at the Wall Lowcountry Center from. Free with garden admission.

Sculpture Exhibit
January 28 – April 23

Life in the American West is on display daily in the Rainey Sculpture Pavilion and is included in garden admission.

Dr. Seuss Day
March 4

March 2, Dr. Seuss’s birthday, a nationwide celebration called “Read across America Day” occurs. Brookgreen hosts “Reading Day” on Saturday, March 4, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and families are invited to come together to enjoy a read aloud of books. Children and adults are encouraged to dress like their favorite book characters. Activities end with a celebration of Dr. Seuss’s birthday. The program is free with garden admission. For more information, contact Stephanie Atkinson, Coordinator for Nature Education Development, at (843)235-6055 or

Reign of Rice Lecture Series
March 18

Michele Moore, author of “The Cigar Factory: A Novel of Charleston,” presents “We Geechee, Too: Shared Language, Food ways, Beliefs.” Her book by Story River Books of USC Press is the story of two working class families, one black and one white, which each is impacted by Gullah Geechee heritage. Copies will be available for sale afterward.

'Diggin It' Spring Garden Festival
Please check back for dates and times

Members and guests will have an entire day of programs and talks when you can interact with some of the top gardening experts in the Southeast and Brookgreen's horticulture staff. The event is free with garden admission.