Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration chairman Charles Young donned an apron to cook ribs Saturday during the Taste of Gullah celebration at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. The event featured food, entertainment, Gullah crafts and the art exhibit "De Aarts Ob We People XVI" on display in the art center gallery. The annual Gullah Celebration continues with a variety of events through the month of February.
Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration chairman Charles Young donned an apron to cook ribs Saturday during the Taste of Gullah celebration at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. The event featured food, entertainment, Gullah crafts and the art exhibit "De Aarts Ob We People XVI" on display in the art center gallery. The annual Gullah Celebration continues with a variety of events through the month of February. Jay Karr, staff photo
Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration chairman Charles Young donned an apron to cook ribs Saturday during the Taste of Gullah celebration at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. The event featured food, entertainment, Gullah crafts and the art exhibit "De Aarts Ob We People XVI" on display in the art center gallery. The annual Gullah Celebration continues with a variety of events through the month of February. Jay Karr, staff photo

PHOTO: Gullah culture with good food and fun on the side

February 02, 2013 06:26 PM

UPDATED February 02, 2013 06:37 PM

More Videos

  • This Marine just became the first female mascot to graduate from Parris Island

    PFC Opha May completed her first graduation on the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island parade deck on Friday morning. She is the first female mascot, named after the first female Marine, and is ready for the job. Plus, she is so adorable!