The final weekend of July will bring together native Gullah/Geechees from throughout the coast of the Carolinas, Georgia, and Florida to fellowship together and celebrate their cultural traditions. They will pay homage to their ancestors at the site of the Wanderer which is the last documented enslavement vessel to have arrived in North America.
There will be a number of events including activities at the Mosaic Museum, a Gullah/Geechee worship service, and a VIP sunset boat ride and brunch.
They should also plan their own Sunday afternoon activities and book their hotel rooms at https://www.jekyllisland.com/activities/. VIP tickets for the boat ride and closing brunch are extremely limited. So, booking in advance is required.