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  1. "The Spirit of the Flowers" photography exhibit

    May 1, 2021, 10:00 AM - June 30, 2021, 5:00 PM @ Waccamaw Library

    Tatyana Gluzberg is the featured photographer at the Waccamaw Library for the months of May and June 2021. Her exhibit, "The Spirit of the Flowers" will be on display at the library during that time. Having dedicated 35 years of her life to a medical careers as a physician and 8 years to the U.S. Army, where she retired as a Major, Gluzberg never thought she would one day become an artist. Yet she discovered solace and healing power in the beauty of flowers that she recorded through her photographic art.

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  1. Reinternment ceremony for ancestral remains of African-Americans once enslaved at Hagley Plantation

    May 23, 2021, 3:00 PM @ Holy Cross Faith Memorial Church Cemetery

    Georgetown County and partners throughout the community will gather together this weekend for a ceremony to reinter the remains of enslaved African-Americans who were once laid to rest at Hagley Plantation. The ceremony, to take place at Holy Cross Faith Memorial Church cemetery in Litchfield, will be open to anyone who would like to pay their respects at this important and historic event. It is set for 3 p.m. on Pentecostal Sunday, May 23. The remains of these African-American individuals have been linked as ancestors of the county’s Gullah-Geechee community. “The names of these individuals and the full stories of their lives are unknown. But they are not forgotten,” said Angela Christian, Georgetown County Administrator. “It’s time to lay them to rest again, with all the dignity and respect they deserve.”

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