Saturday, May 22

9-1pm – Farmers Market

Featuring live music, fresh produce, baked goods, crafters, “Community Canvas” Creation Station.

10-2pm – Revolutionary War living history at Colleton Museum

10-2pm – Edisto Kusso-Natchez Tribe at Colleton Museum

Come see a mini Pow-Wow with displays and performances outside on the green

10-2pm – Historical Open House

Come visit the “first” historic downtown Walterboro at the Bedon-Lucas house and the Little Library hosted by the Colleton County Historical and Preservation Society

11am – Jam at the Waterfall with Bruce Standiford

Sponsored by Colleton County Arts Council join the well-known Colleton musician for an open jam, guitar clinic and open mic.  At the waterfall plaza on E. Washington St.

12pm – “WHO WEBE: The Art of the Living Culture of the Gullah/Geechee” history talk at Colleton Museum

Join Gullah Geechee Chieftess Queen Quet, as she gives fascinating insight into the history, culture and lives of the Gullah Geechee people of the Sea Islands

 (Free, ticketed access only, CDC guidelines in effect)


1pm – Dance Recital at Colleton Civic Center

Lowcountry Gymnastics young dancers will have their recital on the stage of the historic Hampton Street Auditorium

(Free, ticketed access only, CDC guidelines in effect)


Friday, May 28th

Gallery at The Vine Sip ‘n’ Paint on E Washington St.

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