By The Charleston Museum for The Island Connection
The Charleston Museum’s annual oyster roast is set for Feb. 22 from noon to 3 p.m. at the Dill Sanctuary. You’ll be able to enjoy an incredible view of the Stono River while you listen to live music from the Paul Quattlebaum Jazz Band, shuck oysters and eat delicious barbecue and the perfect sides from Sticky Fingers. The Holy City Cupcakes will also be on-site with coffee, hot cocoa and cupcakes. In addition, attendees are invited to join museum archaeologists for tours and discussions of archaeological work that has taken place at Stono Plantation, one of four plantation sites within the Dill Sanctuary. Bring your appetite, your cooler – this event is BYOB – and your chairs and blankets, and join us for a perfect day in the Lowcountry. The Dill Sanctuary is only open to the public for select programs with The Charleston Museum.
Pets are not permitted. Tickets can be purchased online at CharlestonMuseum.org or by calling 843-722-2996.