OHC Newsletter

January – March 2021
The First Peoples of Okefenokee by “Turtleman” Chris Adams
The South Georgia we know today is far different than that which was known by the very earliest inhabitants of this region. One place however with a familiar look about it is the Okefenokee Swamp. Having remained much the same for around …

Color Run 2020

Registration for the Color Run is now open! This year’s Color Run will raise money for the Youth Art and Drama camp at the Okefenokee Heritage Center, providing scholarships and opportunities for students to learn and grow in our community. The 5k will begin at...

Ukulele Lessons

Crystal Murphy will be offering instruction on ukulele beginning in June. Classes will be every Tuesday from 2-3. Crystal was born in the North Ga mountains where she learned to play bluegrass fiddle. She is a graduate of the University of North Georgia with a degree...


“Dracula” by Steven Dietz, from the novel by Bram Stoker, with permission of Dramatists Play Service, will open Halloween night, October 31, at the Warehouse building at the Okefenokee Heritage Center.