Gullah Geechee Program Series
Wednesdays at 1 p.m. September - November 12
The Fall season's presentation will be “Gullah Tings fa Tink Bout.” Ron Daise, Vice President for Creative Education, will perform a concert of songs and readings from his CD of the same title. Through a musical journey of rich imagery and evocative rhythms and instrumentation, viewers celebrate Gullah Geechee culture in the genres of traditional spiritual, blues, gospel stomp and clap, Gullah Geechee/West African pop, and a Gullah Geechee/West African/Caribbean blend. Themes highlighted are African Diaspora; the common cultural connections of food ways, language, rice heritage, crafts, music; the tragedy of enslavement; the importance of family; and the resilience of survival. Programs in the Wall Lowcountry Center Auditorium and are free with garden admission.
Sculpture Conservation" by Ted Monnich
Saturday, November 8 from 3-4 p.m.
Learn the basics of sculpture conservation in this informative program given by Ted Monnich, an objects conservator with over thirty year's experience in the field of conservation. This lecture will be in the Fry Classrooms at the Welcome Center and is free with admission
Dirt ‘n’ Details
Tuesday, November 11
Brookgreen Gardens is pleased to present a horticulture program series. The programs will be in the Wall Lowcountry Center from 12 – 1 p.m. and are free with garden admission.
Turkey Trot 5K
Saturday, November 22
Join us for HealthPoint's Annual Turkey Trot Run & Walk at Brookgreen Gardens. This area event is a family favorite and includes: 5k Race, 5k Walk, 1-Mile Family Fitness Walk and Turkey Trot (26.2 yards). Check back soon for more information.
Friday - Monday, November 28 - December 1
Members are invited to Keepsakes, the Brookgreen Shop, on Thanksgiving Weekend to receive an additional 10% discount off purchases (some exclusions apply). Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday member shopping hours are 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
November 28-January 4 - Two indoor holiday exhibits feature the history, art, and horticulture of the South Carolina coast. These exhibits are free with garden admission.