Morris Island Lighthouse
The first Charleston lighthouse was built on Middle Bay Island in 1767 & continued to provide service up to the Civil War. In 1861 the fleeing Confederate soldiers blew up the lighthouse so northern troops could not use it. Following the civil war, in 1873, Congress appropriated money for the rebuilding of the Morris Island Lighthouse (then referred to as the Charleston Main Light).
A crashing wave view of the iconic red and white lighthouse located near the harbor of Charleston.
Doors will open 30 minutes prior to class - please arrive early to get your beverages poured, snacks out & your apron on.
If a minimum of 5 people do not register, we sincerely regret that the class may be cancelled. In this event, you will be given a credit for another night of your choice of the same value or a full refund. Please note, that your price does not include beverages.
|Price per Person:||$28 (+3.2% Materials Tax)|
|NOTE:||If you have signed up online and cannot attend a class you must call 24 Hours in advance for cancellation. A gift card will be issued for a future session of equal value within ONE year of cancellation. There is no refund on merchandise purchased at Fear No Easel.|