FALL PARTY

FALL PARTY

The Boatyard is ready for a party! Support LMS’s youth boatbuilding programs while enjoying oysters, BBQ, local beverages and live music. Bevin’s skiffs hand built by students in our programs will be on display (and for sale), plus you’ll have a chance to see what tools will be available through our brand new Shop Share! More details and tickets coming soon....
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2016 CASSIDY CUP

2016 CASSIDY CUP

  The Lowcountry Maritime Society is excited to announce the Second Annual Cassidy Cup to take place October 13th and 14th. Participants will race from Charleston, SC to Gerogetown SC in a two day race in wooden boats. The race will include one night of camping on the intercoastal waterway (ICW). The Cassidy Cup is an adult regatta and fundraiser that was created in memory of the late Jim Cassidy, a former board member of the Lowcounry Maritime Society and avid wooden boat enthusisit....
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Join us for a #SundayFunday evening benefitting the Lowcountry Maritime Society on Sunday, October 9th starting at 5:00 pm. Cash bars will be both indoors and outdoors and all food will be inside. Menu: Smoked BBQ Pulled Pork Sliders Fried Chicken Collard Greens Blue Cheese Bacon Cole Slaw Mac and Cheese Brownies Tickets are just $12 per person plus tax and all ticket sales will go directly to the Lowcountry Maritime Society! The evening will be topped off with live music with Pork Chop Meyer....
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Lowcountry’s Tall Ship to Return to the Waters

Lowcountry’s Tall Ship to Return to the Waters

[row][span8]February 20, 2015—by Bo Peterson The Spirit is rigged to sail, again. The never-say-die cadre of volunteers who stayed with the Lowcountry’s own tall ship through its turmoil have the Spirit of South Carolina scheduled to raise the sails in May, working as a combined student educational and adult team-building craft. They are forging a partnership with the Lowcountry Maritime Society, a nonprofit working to connect students and the community with its maritime beauty, cultural heritage and environment. “We’re going to do what we intended to do from the beginning. It’s going to be a school ship,” said volunteer leader Reg Brown. It’s like a fresh breeze in the canvas for the 15-year-old labor of love that seemed dead in the water last year, and a welcome reprieve for the hand-hewn craft championed as a symbol of the tall ship heritage that is the very blood of this port town.[/span8][/row] [row][span5]Tall ships are replicas of historic sailing vessels. The Spirit is an eye-catching, two-masted...
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Friday Rowing

Friday Rowing

Friday Rowing will give students to spend time outdoors learning about our waterways and our natural environment while also building teamwork skills and getting exercise. This program will be open to students in the after-school program. Since space is limited, Friday rowing will first be offered as a reward for positive behavior and the desire to learn....
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