SEPT 15, 2018
This is the second annual Festival of the Arts and will be held from 9:00 – 2:00 on September 15, at the OHC. Our Festival is all about celebrating the different and numerous artists we have in the Okefenokee area. We invite everyone to come see what the artists, sculptures, quilters, etc. are making. Many will be set up to showcase their work and you might see some working on a project. We will have food vendors and crafts vendors on site for your browsing pleasure. Contact okeheritage@gmail.com for more information

Vendor spaces will be $30 for non-members and $20 for members of the OHC. Donations will be accepted to help benefit the art edu action programs in our region.

Here are some pictures from last year

Bridal Expo

JUNE 16, 2018 The Okefenokee Heritage Center is hosting a Bridal Expo Saturday, from 9-12 at the Heritage Center. Admission is $2 and will include presentations by event planners, decorators, design consultants and more. Come out and learn about our local offerings to...

Festival of the Arts

SEPT 15, 2018
This is the second annual Festival of the Arts and will be held from 9:00 – 2:00 on September 15, at the OHC. Our Festival is all about celebrating the different and numerous artists we have in the Okefenokee area.

Art & Drama Summer Camps UPDATE!

June & July 2018
The Heritage Center will be hosting an art and a drama summer camp this year.

Shakespeare in the Park Comes to Waycross UPDATE!

May 2018
If you missed the recent visit of William Shakespeare to Waycross, don’t despair! You will have another opportunity to see our talented thespians at Waycross’s own “Shakespeare in the Park”.

Steve Bean Youth Art Show Awards UPDATE!

MAY, 2018
The Okefenokee Heritage Center is proud to announce the winners of the Steve Bean Youth Art Show.

The Color Run was a great event

APRIL 10, 2018
“The Color Run is a great event for the community to experience art and support our kids. Over 48% of our community is below the poverty level and this program allows the OHC to supplement art education for our youth,” Executive Director Elizabeth Welch said.