CHARLESTON, SC– Lowcountry Maritime Society, a non-profit dedicated to revitalizing coastal Carolina’s maritime culture, is holding its 2nd Annual Spring Boat Launch.
As part of the Charleston In-Water Boat Show at Brittlebank Park, the event will launch 12 new Bevin Skiffs built by students at Simmons-Pinckney Middle and Sanders-Clyde Creative Arts Schools.
The event takes place Saturday, April 30 at 2pm at Brittlebank Park, located on 0 Lockwood Blvd. in Charleston
About Lowcountry Maritime Society
Founded in 2014, Lowcountry Maritime Society (LMS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to revitalizing maritime culture through science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) based wooden boat building and on-the-water programming in Charleston, S.C. LMS currently serves three title 1 schools in the Charleston area and organically ties curriculum with Social and Emotional Learning (SEL). For more information, visit www.lowcountrymaritime.org or call 843-368-2849. Fans can also connect with LMS on Facebook and Instagram.
About the 2016 Charleston In-Water Boat Show
Taking place between April 29-May 1, the Charleston In-Water Boat Show is produced by JBM & Associates and features the best boat dealers and manufacturers from all over the southeast and beyond. For more information, visit www.charlestoninwaterboatshow.com or call 864-250-9713.