This class gives that “band camp” experience, except that it highlights the many dance shows around the United States during the 1950s and 60s. The class will explore the “not so famous” who gained national and international attention, both single acts and bands. Fun interviews and guest speakers will be featured.
You’ll learn an artistic way to interact with God’s Word, and most importantly along the way, you’ll come to see that you are far more creative than you might think! After all, you were created in the image of the Creator of all things! You’ll learn to decorate pages in your Bible (that will coordinate […]
Start your day off right by enjoying a wonderful breakfast with your SALT friends. 6/3, 7/1, 8/5 from 9-10 a.m. We will be dining away from the beach to avoid the crowds.
After visiting the Charleston History Museum in the morning, you will have free time to dine and shop in downtown Charleston. Lunch is not included in the excursion fee. Departure time 8:00 a.m. Lunch is on your own.
Chew the fat means to talk informally, in a friendly manner. Join us for conversation and laughter as we respond to videos and articles about popular culture/current happenings, discuss things our “home” states are famous for, and many other topics depending on which rabbit holes we fall into. “Elevenses” (mid-morning snacks) and coffee/tea/beverage of choice are welcomed.
Meeting May 17, July 19, and August 16 from 6-7 p.m., you will read and discuss three books about child protagonists who find themselves in difficult circumstances.
Meet inland, away from the crowds, on July 12 and August 9 from 5-7 p.m., to enjoy dinner with your SALT friends.
Meet July 27 and August 4 from 5-7 to enjoy dinner with your SALT friends.
This trip includes a dolphin watch, a narrated tour of the coastal area, local marine life, and the intracoastal waterway, as well as local history of the region and a stop at Waities Island to collect seashells, take a swim or venture about the uninhabited space. This trip will last between two hours and two […]
After experiencing the wonders of the sky at Francis Marion University’s Dooley Planetarium, we will marvel at the new Buc-ees along 95, then dine at Julia Belle’s Restaurant and visit the City Center’s Farmer’s Market. Departure time 8:00. Lunch on your own. Activity level 2.
Meeting online every Wednesday 5-6 p.m., this club enjoys fun competition and lots of laughs. Scattegories, 20 Questions, you name it, they’ll play it! 5/18-8/17
See the sites of Tokyo, Kyoto, and Mt. Koya and learn about Buddhist temples, monasteries, and graveyards as well as the fabulous foods and gardens of this country. You will also see videos of Carol making plastic sushi (much like the replicas that fill most restaurant windows in the cities).