Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
Gullah Heritage ProgramsCelebrate Gullah Heritage! The National Park Service, in partnership with the Town of Mount Pleasant,
is sponsoring a series of free cultural programs at Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
every Saturday at 2:00 pm during March 2013.
The Gullah people of the lowcountry preserve a culture rich in African elements.
Programs range from craft demonstrations such as quilting, cast-net making and sweetgrass basket sewing
to cooking, African drumming and story-telling, folk-tales, spirituals and other musical performances.
This week's programs include:
Veronica Gerald & Jesse Gantt: Gullah Cooking DemonstrationLocation: Charles Pinckney National Historic Site | Map Time: 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM Fee Information: Free Contact Name: Carlin Timmons Contact Phone Number: (843) 881-5516
Alada "Muima" Shinault-Small: African Tales Presentation
NIA Productions: African Drumming & Dance Performance
Vera Manigault: Sweetgrass Baskets Demonstration