The standard anniversary gift chart doesn’t extend past 60 years (maybe you just keep getting diamonds once you reach that milestone), but the Charleston Museum believes oysters are the proper way to mark a 241st.
In honor of its birthday, the museum is hosting its annual oyster roast on Sunday, Jan. 12 at its wildlife sanctuary on James Island. The event at Dill Sanctuary runs from 2 p.m.-5 p.m., and will feature live bluegrass music and curator-led history walks. The menu includes Ben Moise’s oysters, chili and an open bar.
Tickets are $50 for non-members, or $35 for members. “Early registration is strongly encouraged as this event sells out each year,” spokeswoman Rachel Chesser warns. To purchase, call (843) 722-2996 x235 or click here.