Posted By Bill Payer on Jun 27, 2019 | 0 comments

It’s not surprising that there are a ton of local events in the coming week that spotlight the Lowcountry’s role in the American revolution.

The Town of Sullivan’s Island will kick things off with a celebration of Carolina Day. Here are some details.

For more about Carolina Day history check out this article from the Post & Courier on the role enslaved ship pilots played.

But wait….there’s lot’s more this weekend!

Saturday, June 29, from 10 am to 4 pm there will be a commemoration of the Battle of Sullivan’s Island at Fort Moultrie. Get details here.
Plus more information from the Moultrie News.

And here’s an opportunity for the little ones while you take in one of the area’s historic plantations…

And here’s another opportunity at Magnolia Plantation…..

And if fireworks are your thing….here’s a list of what’s happening locally, courtesy of WCIV-TV.

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