The Original Gullah Festival

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Beaufort, SC 29902

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Phone: (843) 525-0628

City: Beaufort

Region: Coastal & Islands

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The Original Gullah Festival

Remember the past; Preserve the present; Shape the future. The Gullah Festival of South Carolina celebrates and recognizes the history, customs, cultures, language and accomplishments of the African Americans of the Lowcountry.This celebration of Lowcountry culture and heritage is highlighted with authentic arts and crafts, exhibits in the Black Inventions Museum, Gullah presentations, music, workshops, dance and regional foods.

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