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The local community is so important and we accomplish a lot together. Countless hours and efforts by board members, alumni & friends, and volunteers make the Winyah Auditorium a functional performance venue. Contact us if you would like to aid us.
Jerry Crosby (chair )
Tim Miller (treasurer)
Pat Nooft (volunteer coordinator)
Michelle Lusardi (secretary)
Wardell Brantley, director
The Auditorium is supported by our local community of caring residents.
The City and County of Georgetown supports the auditorium annually.
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The Winyah School, originally known as the Winyah Indigo School, is comprised of a 1908 graded school and auditorium. An important landmark in Georgetown, the school was built on what had historically been a commons area for the townspeople. The last class to graduate from this school was the Class of 1985. In November of 1988, the school was placed on the National Register. Two decades later, a group of devoted citizens, along with the City and County of Georgetown, raised enough money to restore the neglected auditorium. The Winyah Auditorium reopened its doors in 2011 and now serves as a cultural and civic center, as well as a performance venue showcasing music and dance arts. Surrounding the auditorium, the Winyah School building also houses The Georgetown School of Arts and Sciences, the Lowcountry Conservatory of Music, Coastal Optical, and Coastal Eye Group.
Visit the following link for more about historic Georgetown: historicgeorgetownsc.com
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Tych & Walker Architects
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