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Media Contact: Laura Winholt, DIC President
[b:111c5f62a7]DAUFUSKIE ISLAND CONSERVANCY INVITES YOU TO EARTH DAY CELEBRATION – April 24th [/b:111c5f62a7] Full Schedule of Events and Activities Will Educate and Entertain Daufuskie Island, SC— On Saturday, April 24 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., everyone is invited to come to Daufuskie Island to participate in the first annual Daufuskie Island Earth Day Celebration.
Admission is free and includes a complimentary oyster roast, hamburgers, hotdogs, beverages and live music. Educational games about environmental issues such as recycling and litter control will intrigue children and adults. Information on water conservation, sustainable living and much more! Participants can also take a free tour of Daufuskie’s new sustainable living farm.
Daufuskie Island is the perfect place to celebrate Earth Day. It is a quiet paradise with beautiful beaches, lush forests, historic sites and quaint artist shops. There are very few cars and people get around on golf carts, bikes and by foot. Since there are no bridges the only way to get here is by ferry. Contact Bea Wray for ferry information and to make reservations - firstname.lastname@example.org or call 843-842-3945.
If you’ve ever wondered about the magical Daufuskie, that lies 1 mile south of Hilton Head Island, come visit for Earth Day.
The festival will be held at Jolly Shores which is the previous home of Daufuskie historian, Billie Burn. The Daufuskie Island Earth Day Celebration is hosted by the Daufuskie Island Conservancy and generously sponsored by Dolphin Management.
The Daufuskie Island Conservancy, established in July, 2005 is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization committed to protecting Daufuskie Island’s natural environment. The Conservancy shares knowledge through educational programs; promotes sustainable living; conserves environmentally significant land, waterways and wildlife; and implements programs that encourage earth-friendly practices.
Daufuskie Island Earth Day Celebration, Saturday, April 24, 3 to 7 pm, Admission Free (tax deductible donations to the Daufuskie Island Conservancy are appreciated).