Gullah Chats & more...
The Original Gullah Festival of Beaufort, SC is a festival you have to attend at least once. We can't wait to get back to the waterfront and we hope you will meet us there on Memorial Day weekend - May 26th - May 28th. Follow us on IG, FB, Twitter & YouTube.
What do you know about the Language of Gullah? Do you know about the Lands End Light? Well, get your Gullah ears on and take a listen. Enjoy and keep your eyes open for the next video. Subscribe to our YouTube channel.
The Gullah Culture has many traditions that have been passed down from generation to generation. This chat examines some Gullah cuisine and the importance of Gullah pride. Enjoy and follow on IG, FB, Twitter and Subscribe to our YouTube channel so you don't miss the next video.
Aunt Pearlie Sue stopped by to give us a lesson about Gullah Story Telling. Believe it or not, we all have a story to tell. Check out the homework assignment she gave to all aspiring story tellers! Thank you for your continued support of the Gullah Festival.
The Gullah Tours are a wonderful part of the Gullah Festival weekend. If you are able to attend the festival Memorial Day Weekend, you should arrange to go on a tour. You'll be glad you did. Follow us on FB, IG, Twitter & subscribe to our YouTube channel.
Do you know the significance of Decoration Day? Aunt Pearlie Sue creates the atmosphere for us in this chat. We also learn the history behind The Gullah Kinfolk. Enjoy and follow us on IG, FB, Twitter and Subscribe to the YouTube channel too! Thank you. Gullah Festival 2023 May 26th - May 28th Beaufort, SC
Lest We Forget is an awesome part of the Gullah Festival that takes place Memorial Day Weekend- May 26th - 28th. It is a free event and all are welcome to come and learn about the Gullah history that is so rich in Beaufort, SC. Follow us on IG, FB, Twitter & YouTube.
In case you missed it, here is the interview with Aunt Pearlie Sue on Good Morning America! Make sure you come to the Gullah Festival Memorial Day weekend. 5/27 to 5/29/22!
WTOC Morning Break did a segment about the Original Gullah Festival. Co-Founder, Charlotte Pazant Brown and Vendor Coordinator, Dawna Pazant represented for the Festival.