October 31 @ 6:00 pm
Phillipe Cousteau, grandson of famed ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau, will be the featured speaker at the Port Royal Sound Foundation’s anniversary celebration of its Maritime Center on Lemon Island on October 31st.
“Night on the Sound,” which includes a cocktail reception, locally sourced foods, live music and a silent auction, supports the Port Royal Foundation’s education and research efforts.
Cousteau – explorer, social entrepreneur and environmental advocate – is a CNN special correspondent reporting on environmental and humanitarian issues around the world. In 2004, he founded EarthEcho International, an environmental education organization that aims to create a new generation of environmental citizens.
The Port Royal Sound Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving land and improving water quality in the Port Royal Sound area. The foundation was formed to support and promote research in the Port Royal Sound area and educate people about the sound’s environmental, cultural, historical, artistic and economic contributions to the region’s quality of life.
To learn more about “Night on the Sound,” ticket sales and sponsorship opportunities, contact Alicia Taylor, Director of Development, at 843.645.7774 or firstname.lastname@example.org