August 15th 6:30pm: "Daughters of the Regiment & Galvanized Yankees" with Dr. West (at the Museum) -Summerville's reputation as a healthy place along with the convenience of the railroad led Confederate authorities to form regiments and build two large hospitls here. Dozens of ladies volunteered to work at the hospitals and hundreds of POWs who preferred soldiering to the miseries of prison formed a Confederate combat battalion here . Come here more about this great tale of people at war. August 17th-1pm-3pm: Low Country Reptiles with Kristopher Boldizar (at the Museum) -Get a chance to get up close and personal with some reptiles.
August 22nd-10:00am-11:00am- Storytime at the Museum -Join us while we read, sing songs, learn local history and complete activities
September 12th- 6pm- Baker's Garden BBQ Kitchen History Talks: Earliest Summerville -Enjoy a delicious meal or desert and hear some interesting stories about Summerville's past.
September 19th- 6:30pm - The Gay Nineties in Summerville: When Giant's Were Among Us The 1890's in Summerville saw two dreamers who took on risky projects have great success. Those dreamers were Frederick Wagener, the German immigrant who built the Pineforest Inn, and Charles Shepard, the doctor who was the first to successfully produce American tea for a commercial enterprise. Come listen to Dr. West discuss their times and their informal partnership.