October 10th at 6pm- Baker's Garden BBQ Kitchen History Talks: The Stories of Antebellum Summerville -The oldest homes still standing in Summerville were built before 1820. The builders were living in the woods, not in anything that looked like a village, but ten years later, there was a true little town near St. Paul's Church. In another decade, a second settlement called "New Summerville" was growing along the railroad tracks and by 1860, the united town of Summerville was preparing for war. Come hear about life in the pine forest and how history was being made.
October 12th 11am-3pm- Pak-a-Sak BBQ -Enjoy delicious bbq in a drive-thru setting at the museum while helping to support us in continuing our many programs Purchase Tickets Below(through EventBrite-Convenience Fee Applies)
October 17th 10am-11am- Storytime at the Museum -Join us while we read, sing songs, learn local history and complete activities.
October 17th- 6:30pm-Third ThursdayLecture by Dr. West - When the village quaked -Visit the museum on Third Thursday and get a more in depth understanding of the time and effects of the great earthquake of 1886 in Summerville.
October 19th 1:00pm-3:00 pm- Kids' History Club at St. Paul's Church -Tour the old cemetery, learning the personal history of some of those buried there and do stone rubbings.
October 19th 6:15pm-9:15 pm -Ghost Walk at the Museum -Join us for our first year participating in the Ghost Walk and hear our spooky Summerville Tale.