Marion Square plays home to our conservation partners and exhibitors as well as cooking demos and bird and reptile shows all weekend long.
Attractions and Live Demonstrations
Fresh on the Menu chef demonstrations on the Certified South Carolina Kitchen Stage. Presented by the South Carolina Department of Agriculture and hosted by the Lee Bros., watch more than a dozen of South Carolina’s greatest chefs, farmers, and home cooks demonstrate how to prepare some of their favorite recipes with locally grown and produced ingredients. Sample products from the producers, processors and vendors that make up the Certified South Carolina program. Times vary throughout the weekend.
The Orianne Society presents why reptiles and amphibians are an integral part of our ecosystem.
The Center for Birds of Prey will be conducting free flight demonstrations in the arena at Marion Square. See amazing flight demonstrations up-close by a variety of raptors including falcons, eagles, owls and hawks and learn about the important role they play in our eco-system.
Marion Square also features the Conservation Village, live educational performances, food from area eateries and live music, many children’s activities and the popular Edisto Island Serpentarium tent.
A SEWE shuttle stops are located in two locations on the perimeter of the park. We advise attendees to park or rideshare downtown and navigate venues by walking, biking, ridesharing or hopping on the complimentary SEWE shuttle. Please note that dogs are not permitted aboard the SEWE shuttle. Plan your weekend with our parking and shuttle FAQs.
Marion Square features our conservation partners, including the Center for Birds of Prey, Department of Agriculture’s chef demonstrations and more than 30 nonprofit partners. As part of SEWE’s commitment to community engagement and nonprofit promotion, tickets are not required to experience the venue.