Gullah Book of the Dead:
Photos from the Hearts of Youth

Please join Enough Pie and Community Project Grant recipient Ramona La Roche for the opening of her photography exhibition on Saturday, November 22 at 1630 Meeting Street from 11am-5pm with an artist's talk at 4:00. The exhibition includes photos of African American sacred burial grounds on the Charleston Peninsula and will be on display through the end of January 2015. The exhibition is funded by Enough Pie and Family TYES SC. La Roche and Dr. Ade Ofunniyin, Anthropologist and Director of The Gullah Society, will serve as Curators for the exhibit. Stay tuned for more programming!

Buy Local Block Party This Saturday

Also this Saturday is the Lowcountry Local First Buy Local Block Party from 11am-5pm. This amazing event brings community members and local merchants together for a one-of-a-kind social event that highlights locally owned independent businesses.

Enough Pie's office (Suite 306) will be open during the entire event and we would love to see you!

CHOCOLATE Cake and Enough Pie!

Stop by the Enough Pie office on Saturday to learn more about us and enjoy sweet treats from Chocolate Cake. Pre-order your holiday cakes and a portion of the proceeds will go to Enough Pie.