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June 2018





Featured Articles

HarbourFest Returns with Summer Fun for Everyone!

The summer-long celebration HarbourFest is back, taking over Shelter Cove Harbour on Hilton Head Island with carnival games, temporary tattoos, fireworks and 30-year veterans Shannon Tanner and Cappy the Clown. The festival spans the whole summer (through Labor Day) with live, dance-along performances by Shannon Tanner, as well as entertainment and face painting by Cappy the Clown every weekday… Read More…

Spanish Moss Trail: Enjoy the Great Outdoors This Summer!

Discover the Great Outdoors on a Majestic Rails-to-Trails Paved Pathway If you enjoy hiking, biking, walking, fishing, dog walking, riding a scooter, skateboarding or rollerblading, don’t miss the Spanish Moss Trail, which connects beautiful Beaufort to historic Port Royal and offers 10 miles of scenic beauty. Part of the East Coast Greenway, the Lowcountry’s only paved Rails-to-Trails destination,… Read More…

Family-Friendly Fun at the Coastal Discovery Museum, Summer 2018

The Coastal Discovery Museum is a great place to discover everything about the Lowcountry. The Tom Peeples Discovery Lab: This will take place at the Coastal Discovery Museum and be open every Monday and Wednesday from 2-4 p.m. starting in June through August. Your visit to the lab is a fun educational experience for all ages. You will… Read More…

Etiquette on the Golf Greens

Manners matter whether you’re teeing off, driving or putting. With its emerald greens, spectacular weather and world-class courses, Bluffton and Hilton Head Island are known far and wide as a mecca for golfers. However, there are a number of written and unwritten rules of golf etiquette that every player should know. Five Minutes – This… Read More…

Southern Cooking

The Lowcountry is proud of its culinary heritage – and rightly so. No matter what the name — country, farmhouse or down-home cooking — the appeal of Southern food crosses social, racial and geographic lines. Young and old, black and white, rich and poor flock to restaurants where fried chicken, collard greens, barbecue and cornbread… Read More…