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Bluffton Sunset Party Series

September 19: Bluffton Sunset Party Series concludes at The Bluffton Oyster Factory Park with BlufftemberFest – a Bluffton-style Octoberfest celebration on the May River. 5-9 p.m. featuring live music from “Lee Tyler Post” “Bluffton Noise Ordinance” and “The Neil & Bob Band”. There will be an Octoberfest & Harvest Style Craft Beer Garden, as well as a food court with German & American favorites from area restaurants and other surprises. Tickets available at the door for $5 while children 12 & under get in for FREE. Lawn Chairs and leashed pets are permitted but no outside food or drinks will be allowed. Bear Foot Sports (843) 757-8520 or blufftonsunsetparty.com.

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Bluffton’s Oktoberfest!

September 27: Bluffton’s Oktoberfest! This year during the 10th Annual Beer & Brats Celebration, Old Town Bluffton will magically be transformed into a German Village as it hosts Bluffton’s Oktoberfest. More than two thousand herren und frauen will converge in the Bluffton Village (off 46 by the Post Office) to eat, sing, mingle, sport lederhosen, listen to polka music, try to speak German and possibly perform the Chicken Dance! This outdoor festival will offer tasty samples of German-style music, food and beer from 1-7 p.m. First held in 2004, the event has grown to its present site on 46 in the Bluffton Village and will now include its own “Bier Garten” and Classic Car Show, children’s activities and much, much more. The Rhimelanders, an authentic German Oompah band, will entertain from 1-3 p.m., followed by the outstanding local, nationally touring band, Cranford Hollow from 4-7 p.m. $5 entrance fee. Limited seating in the “Bier Garten”. Your own chair is welcome! No coolers or golf carts, please. oldtownbluffton.com.

2014 Hardeeville Catfish Festival!

September 19 – 20: The 2014 Hardeeville Catfish Festival will be held behind City Hall on Main St. The festival has a car show, bike show, catfish stew cook off, bake off, jams and jellies competition. There are amusement rides, arts, craft vendors and food galore! There is a children’s parade on Friday night and a grand parade through Hardeeville on Saturday morning! The Catfish festival has live, outdoor, entertainment both days of the event. We have also added a corn hole tournament. The Catfish Festival ends the festivities on Saturday night with a splendid fireworks show! Fun for the whole family! (843) 784-3606 or hardeevillechamber.com or hardeevillecatfishfestival.org.

Paint The Promenade Purple Inaugural Fundraiser!

September 4: Paint The Promenade Purple Inaugural Fundraiser! 5-8 p.m. at Captain Woody’s, 17 State of Mind St. Proceeds go to Alzheimer’s Association. (843) 757-6222 or captianwoodys.com.


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Creole and Italian cooking collide at Crescent City Café

Linguini, fettuccini, ravioli, lasagna and rollatini meet gumbo, jambalaya, N’Awlins Po’ Boy sandwiches and barbeque shrimp at Crescent City Café, one of the newest editions to Bluffton’s constantly growing dining scene. The Wilson family just opened a Louisiana-inspired restaurant about one month ago, bringing unique flavors (and recipes) straight from Louisiana, in their Italian and […]

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Farmers Markets of the Lowcountry

Savor the flavors of the Lowcountry with a visit to any of the area’s farmers markets. From fresh local produce, meats and seafood to prepared meals, unique vendors and live entertainment, you’re sure to find something to suit every taste. Shelter Cove Park Farmers MarketTuesdays, 4-7 p.m. The Farmers market features vendors selling local farm-fresh […]

Visit the Historic Heyward House!

Originally built in 1840 for John J. Cole and Ester Caroline Corley, the Heyward House is one of only eight antebellum structures remaining in the town of Bluffton. This historic home, which is located at 70 Boundary Street, serves as Bluffton’s official Welcome Center, offering docent-guided house tours as well as walking tours of Bluffton’s […]





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