Gullah Museum Film Screening this Thursday
Impressive Public Response Spurs Additional Screening Events January 12, 2015 (Hilton Head, SC) – Last Thursday Outside Hilton Head hosted two screenings of “Hilton Head Island Back in the Day: Through the Eyes of the Gullah Elders” at their retail store in Shelter Cove Plaza.
The event drew over 100 people and raised $477 for the Gullah Museum of Hilton Head Island. The public response to the screening has been so large that the company added an additional four screenings this Thursday, January 15th, at 2:30pm, 4pm, 5:30pm and 6:45pm. The screenings will be held at the Outside Hilton Head retail store in Shelter Cove Plaza and is free and open to the public. Space is limited, so reservations are required and donations for the Gullah Museum of Hilton Head Island are strongly encouraged. “Hilton Head Island Back in the Day: Through the Eyes of the Gullah Elders” Film Screening
Thursday, January 15th at 2:30pm, 4pm, 5:30pm and 6:45pm
The Outside Hilton Head Flagship Store in Shelter Cove Plaza.
50 Shelter Cove Lane, Suite H, Hilton Head, SC 29928
How much?? Free
For reservations, call Outside Hilton Head at 843-686-6996.
As space is limited, reservations are required Outside Hilton Head is a Low Country based outfitter established in 1979. The company has a national reputation as a leader in the paddlesports industry. Outside Hilton Head offers a comprehensive of nature-based activities in addition to team & leadership development, destination management, and is a specialty outdoor retailer.
The non-profit Gullah Museum of Hilton Head Island, launched in 2003, was the recipient of the SC Palmetto Trust’s “Honor Award”. The museum’s founder and director, Louise Miller Cohen, was the recipient of the SC Palmetto Trust’s “Governor’s Award” as well as the prestigious of the South Carolina Arts Commission’s Jean Laney Harris Award. Director Cohen and the GMHHI’s Board members were also co-recipients of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s 2012 Award for preservation.