Lowcountry legend Aunt Pearlie Sue, portrayed by Anita Singleton Prather, gives the audience a history lesson in authentic Gullah language during the Original Gullah Festival on Saturday at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park. Photos by Bob Sofaly. Original Gullah Festival returns to Beaufort June 1, 2022 Arts/Food/News Rasi Rou, far right, of Gullah Q BBQ in Spartanburg, has his hands full as he stirs the meat and fill orders during the annual Original Gullah Festival on Saturday at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park. After a two-year hiatus because of COVID-19, the park was packed with Festival goers. Raya Guilford, 5, of St. Helena Island, and Ansel Sullivan, 4, of Spartanburg, play together in Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park during the annual Original Gullah Festival. Ansel and his family were camping at Hunting Island State Park and came to town Saturday to take part in the festival. Share this Facebook Messenger Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Email newsbyte Previous Story Tip leads to arrest of St. Helena man Next Story LOWCOUNTRY LOWDOWN Latest from Arts Street Music blasts off in Port Royal From staff reports The fall season of Street Music on Paris Avenue kicked off Saturday, Aug. Colorful textile art exhibit coming to Penn Center From staff reports Historic Penn Center, Inc., will be presenting an exquisite textile exhibit titled Coloring Beaufort Bookstore to welcome author Therese Anne Fowler The Beaufort Bookstore, in partnership with the nonprofit Pat Conroy Literary Center, will host an evening Flags, flags, flags Eric Thibault and Mary Thibault, left and right, of Thibault Gallary, and Greg Rawls, center, said Practice makes perfect Rehearsals for the upcoming performance of the Broadway musical Guys and Dolls are in full swing.