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SALT at Station 22: A Good Catch Dinner

Are you ready for warm spring days on open-air patios next to the beach? Join us Monday, March 30, at SALT at Station 22 as Executive Chef Charles Arena prepares a six-course dinner with wine pairings featuring sustainable seafood. Good Catch Coordinator Shelley Dearhart will tell you more about how you can make responsible choices when ordering seafood. The dinner begins at 6:30 p.m. and tickets are $55 each plus tax and gratuity. Get yours today […]

Members Get an Up-Close Animal Encounter at the Reptile Discovery Program

On a scale from 1-10, the Aquarium’s Reptile Discovery program was definitely a 10!  Last Saturday, February 21, members of all ages met Aquarium herpetologist Josh Zalabak, who taught an exclusive hands-on program about the Aquarium’s reptile collection.

Hearts raced as Josh presented one of the Aquarium’s copperhead snakes – a venomous species. Josh pointed out the characteristics that distinguish this snake from other non-venomous snakes found in South Carolina. He also introduced Kettle the […]

Aquarium Educators Attend Interpreters Conference in Puerto Rico!

This February, Aquarium Education Instructors Ashley Bradt and Drew Heyward were each awarded a scholarship to attend the National Association for Interpretation (NAI) Conference in Puerto Rico!

Ashley and Drew spent four days attending educational talks, enjoying the Puerto Rican culture and networking with nature interpreters from the NAI Sunny Southeast Region, which includes the southeastern United States, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. The conference focused on the importance of connecting people and educating […]

150 Sea Turtles Released as Aquarium Celebrates 15th Anniversary

Six Sea Turtles Set to Return to the Atlantic Ocean February 10

CHARLESTON, S.C. — Feb. 9, 2015 — It has been a busy 15 years for the South Carolina Aquarium Sea Turtle Rescue Program; tomorrow marks the 150th sea turtle to be released by the Aquarium’s cornerstone conservation program. Six sea turtles including five Kemp’s ridleys and one green sea turtle will be released back into the Atlantic Ocean at Cape Canaveral National Seashore, […]

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