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THE 38TH ANNUAL BLUFFTON VILLAGE FESTIVAL, OFTEN REFERRED TO AS MAYFEST, WILL BE HELD MOTHER’S DAY WEEKEND, FROM 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M. ON SATURDAY, MAY 7 IN OLD TOWN BLUFFTON. faces “only a mother could love,” the canine contestants compete to win the much sought-after title of the “Ugliest Dog.” Choose your favorite and cheer him on as he strives for the crown. The competition continues with the commencing of the fourth Annual Pie Eating Contest—always a crowd favorite! Who doesn’t enjoy seeing friends and neighbors make a mess stuffing their faces with pie? Sponsored by The Sugaree, Hilton Head Honda and Modern Classic Motors, this contest promises true entertainment in this winner-eats-all competition. Throughout the day, you will want to turn your attention to the main stage, featuring local bands and gifted dancers in a variety of performances that promise to keep the crowd on its feet. In 2009, the festival’s founder, Guscio, passed the baton to the Rotary Club of Bluffton to handle the planning and overseeing of this community event. “The Bluffton Village Festival is a favorite for all Rotary members,” said Rotarian David Hussey, chairman of this year’s festival. “It’s fun and rewarding to see the months of planning and man-hours pay off with an enjoyable event for locals and visitors alike.” One of the local artists who will be showcasing her talent at this year’s festival is Lowcountry native Ashley Hahn. If you are looking for a painting that embodies the beauty of Lowcountry life, then you will want to check out her stunning works of art. Growing up on Hilton Head Island, this self-trained artist said she recalls always

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Hilton Head Island Mayor

A Note from David Bennett

KNOWING THE PRICE OF EVERYTHING AND THE VALUE OF NOTHING

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ave you heard? There has been much back and forth debate this past month in the local media and at numerous gated-community cocktail parties about the topic of a performing arts, entertainment and cultural campus for Hilton Head Island and some intrigue over our Town Council’s January vote to request funding from the Beaufort County Capital Sales Tax Referendum for CENSORED such an endeavor. I, for one, appreciate the beginnings of community conversation and feel responsible to establish truth where there may be misquotes and misinformation being promulgated as to the nature of Town Council’s application for capital sales tax funding and prospective locations of such an ambitious campus. As I have noted before on these pages several months ago, Town Council authorized a highly qualified citizens’ committee to study the arts, cultural and heritage organizations and assets of our community in order to determine their current and potential economic impact, to assess opportunities for increased collaboration, and to develop a plan for sustainability for this important facet of our quality of life on Hilton Head Island. The committee did a stellar job! Performing considerable due-diligence and authoring a 72-page detailed report, the committee members produced three key recommendations, one of which was that our town should evaluate the issues and opportunities surrounding the possibility of establishing a grand campus-style venue, a comprehensive centerpiece for the island’s arts, culture, heritage and entertainment. Understandably, some citizens of our community responded to this recommendation with trepidation—especially when Town Council took the additional step of applying for $30 million (the request has been reduced to $9.5 million as of the date of this writing) from the potential capital sales tax referendum proceeds, if such a landmark development were determined to be both financially and economically viable. It was clearly understood and embraced by Town Council that these funds, if secured, were simply a “placeholder”; but that fact has been noticeably ignored by some in a desire to immediately discredit what could actually become a significant economic

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t has been 38 years since Babbie Guscio first dreamed up the idea of an artisan’s fair, showcasing the creativity and talents of the local artists in the sleepy little town of Bluffton, South Carolina. Fast forward to 2016, this “dream” is not only a reality, it is a successful annual event with approximately 10,000 visitors, over 200 vendors and enough Southern charm to impress most anyone. The town of Bluffton has grown by leaps and bounds since that first festival so many years ago, but the Bluffton Village Festival has maintained the quintessential allure that truly makes it “a celebration of Bluffton life.” The 38th annual Bluffton Village Festival, often referred to as Mayfest, will be held Mother’s Day weekend, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 7 in Old Town Bluffton. You don’t want to miss this day of fun, food and festivities that is a highlight of the Lowcountry spring calendar. As the festival has grown over the years, it has expanded its attention from mostly local vendors to vendors from across the Southeast. The “best of the best” of our region’s artists come together to display their beautiful works of art, from oil paintings to jewelry to woodworking and everything in between. This year’s festival will feature over 30 new vendors with unique offerings such as handcrafted paddle boards and original hula hoops. Some of the “crafts” are creations of the edible kind, with over a dozen food vendors offering delectable Lowcountry cuisine. Whether you want something sweet, salty or savory—or one of each—you are sure to find something that suits your taste buds among the myriad of scrumptious creations. When you are ready to take a break from all the shopping and eating, be sure to catch the 28th Annual Ugly Dog Contest, sponsored by May River Realty. It’s one of the most unique aspects and traditions of the festival. With

A Note from Lisa Sulka

VISITING THE HISTORIC DISTRICT USING ALTERNATE MODES OF TRANSPORT

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ue to the increased popularity of the Bluffton Historic District, the lack of available and convenient parking is often discussed as a challenge. While the town has implemented and is helping to facilitate additional parking opportunities as indicated below, the ultimate solution to the parking challenge is solved through a comprehensive plan that includes partnerships and the use of alternate transportation options: • Recent installation of “T” markings that clearly delineate parking spaces on Calhoun Street, increasing the efficiency of parking;

VISITING THE HISTORIC DISTRICT THROUGH ALTERNATE TRANSPORTATION REDUCES THE NUMBER OF VEHICLES NEEDING PARKING SPACES. ALTERNATE TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS INCLUDE WALKING, BIKING, BOATING AND GOLF CARTING.

• Facilitation of shared parking agreements between existing and proposed businesses including the current agreement between the Promenade and Cornerstone Church, which allows employees, residents and customers from the Promenade to utilize the church parking lot; • Funding (through ATAX funds) of the private coordination for a shuttle service on Farm Market days; • Approving regulations that increase the parking requirements per the UDO for new businesses to provide additional on-site parking; • Installation of bike racks on Calhoun Street. Visiting the Historic District through alternate transportation reduces the number of vehicles needing parking spaces. Alternate transportation options include walking, biking, boating and golf carting. Benefits of choosing to use alternate modes of transportation to take advantage of all that the Historic District has to offer include: • Health benefits. More walking and biking helps to reduce the risk of stroke, heart attack, breast cancer and Type 2 diabetes. A stronger heart, positive mental outlook and increased energy levels are also positive benefits from increased physical activity. • Reduction in air pollution. More than half of our state’s air pollution comes from cars, SUVs, trucks and other mobile sources. Every time we use alternative transportation, we improve our environment. • Improvement in water quality. As the Historic District continues to experience success, parking needs increase and so does the pavement that is required to accommodate the additional parking of vehicles. The increase of pavement (impervious coverage) increases the volume of storm water runoff and potentially reduces our overall water quality. Alternate transportation options reduce the need to increase additional pavement within the Historic District. If you live close to the Historic District, consider walking, bicycling, boating or using a golf cart to visit. Improve your health as you improve the environment. 


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eading is a ticket to Budapest and puts you in the front seat on a rocket to the moon launching from China. It builds human dignity and builds self reliance. Literacy makes all things possible to all people—the great equalizer. For more than 40 years, The Literacy Center, formerly know as the Literacy Volunteers of the Lowcountry, has been handing the keys to self-respect over to thousands of local men, women, and now children. Marking its tenth anniversary this year, Cooks & Books, the Lowcountry’s premier event for supporting literacy, takes place February 28, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Hilton Head Marriott Resort and Spa. Over a dozen of the area’s best restaurants and 18 Lowcountry authors showcase their skill and interact with supporters. The event offers an author meet-and-greet, and 1,000 carefully prepared delectable bites from each participating restaurant. Chefs also compete in a competition entitled “The Heat is On,” and authors share their secrets to composing great works. There’s little wonder why Cooks & Books has become a staple in the community for those supporting literacy.

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Jane Upshaw USCB Chancellor and Literacy Center Chair

David Bennett Mayor of Hilton Head Island

John Cranford Owner of Swampfire Records

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OLESYA MATYUSHEVSKY MATYUSHEVSKY LAW GROUP, LLC Olesya Matyushevsky is a founder of Matyushevsky Law Group, LLC. She is originally from Moscow, Russia and immigrated to Bluffton at 17 years of age, obtaining her high school diploma from Hilton Head Island High School. Upon graduating from the College of Charleston with a bachelor of science degree in International Business, she entered Western Michigan University Cooley Law School; she

received her degree of Doctor of Jurisprudence (JD) in September of 2007. Olesya was sworn in before the Supreme Court of South Carolina in May 2008. From May 2008 until August 2015, Olesya was employed by CODA (Citizens Opposed to Domestic Violence) as a staff attorney. Olesya represented four counties in the Fourteenth Judicial Circuitâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Beaufort, Jasper, Colleton, and Hamptonâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;for the organization and worked closely with local victim advocates and law enforcement. In addition to representing clients in Family Court proceedings including divorce, custody, child support, and orders of protection/

restraining orders, Olesya also provided legal representation with regard to landlord/tenant matters, employment and housing issues, and immigration Olesya is very active in the local community. She is currently serving as a volunteer tutor/teacher at the Literacy Center (TheLiteracyCenter.org) that is empowering adults and families in our community and a member of the Zonta club. 110 Traders Cross, Bluffton, SC 29909 (843) 368-2147 om-lawgroup.com


CATHERINE SCARMINACH NOVIT & SCARMINACH, P.A.

Catherine A. Scarminach is an associate with Novit & Scarminach, P.A. and primarily practices residential real estate, estate planning, and probate law. A native of Hilton Head Island, Scarminach attended Emory University for her undergraduate degree. She earned her juris doctorate (J.D.) from Atlantaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s John Marshall Law School in 2008. Scarminach practiced law for two years in Nashville, Tennessee primarily in the areas of child dependency and neglect, and state and federal criminal defense before joining

the firm in 2011. Prior to attending law school, she worked as a teacher at Sea Pines Montessori School on Hilton Head Island and at Garden Montessori School in Knoxville, Tennessee. Community Involvement: - Hospice Care of the Lowcountry, Board Member - Hilton Head Dance Theatre, Board Member - Community Foundation of the Lowcountry, Development and Donor Services Committee Member 52 New Orleans Rd, The Jade Building, Suite 400 Hilton Head Island, SC (843) 785-5850 x3014 ns-lawfirm.com


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Mikkelson Law Firm, LLC is excited to announce that we will be moving to the heart of Old Town Bluffton in the Promenade at 214 Bluffton Road. For the past two years, Mikkelson Law Firm, LLC has strived to become an integral part of our growing and unique community. We look forward to continuing to build a firm that serves Bluffton families and businesses. We desire to know and serve our community by helping our clients navigate life’s trials.

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Ashley Adams Brown, Associate Attorney - University of South Carolina School of Law ’15 - Practice Specialties: Residential Real Estate Closings, Estate Planning, and Probate.

Ryan Mikkelson, Member - Mississippi College School of Law ’05 - Practice Specialties: Residential and Commercial Real Estate Closings, Business Formation, and General Contract and Transactional legal matters.

Jacquelyn Bowler, Associate Attorney - Marquette University School of Law ’10 – Cum Laude - Practice Specialties: Estate Planning, Probate, Business Formation, and Contract Law.

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VAUX MARSCHER BERGLIND, PA Vaux Marscher Berglind, PA is deeply rooted in the Lowcountry of South Carolina. The law firm was established in 1973 by Roberts Vaux. Over the years, the firm has provided legal services to thousands of individuals and businesses in Beaufort

WEIDNER, WEGMANN AND HARPER,LLC VETERANS CONTINUING THEIR SERVICE TO THEIR CLIENTS Weidner, Wegmann & Harper, LLC is a veteran-owned law firm with offices in Beaufort and Bluffton. Former Marine Officers Larry Weidner and Jim Wegmann established Weidner & Wegmann, LLC in 1996 after serving together at various Marine Corps bases. In 1994, former Army Officer Frampton Harper, a third generation Lowcountry lawyer, joined his grandfathers’ and fathers’ law firm, which was founded in the South Carolina Lowcountry in 1933. In 2009, the two firms merged in order to provide more comprehensive legal services to their clients. Together, the partners have over 65 years of combined legal experience in a wide range of areas to include personal injury, divorce/ family law, commercial and residential real estate, wills, trusts, probate & estates, guardianships and conservatorships, construction contracts and litigation, general business law/formations, civil litigation, criminal/DUI, and military law. Additionally, between them, Larry Weidner and Jim Wegmann are certified mediators in the South Carolina Federal District and State Circuit, Family and Probate Courts. Maintaining their close military ties, the partners believe in the time-honored military values of honor, courage, commitment and integrity to those whom they promise to protect and serve: their clients. Bluffton Office (843) 705-8050 110 Traders Cross

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County, Jasper County and the surrounding areas. Vaux Marscher Berglind, PA focuses on providing the best legal services in the following practice areas: real estate, personal injury, workers’ compensation, probate, estate planning, family law, criminal law, corporate law, and general litigation. The attorneys and staff members institute a team approach to understanding and resolving their clients’ needs.

Collectively, the team works to offer insightful legal counsel and diligent representation to each and every client. Vaux Marscher Berglind, PA currently has offices in Old Town Bluffton, Okatie and Charleston. 1251 May River Road Bluffton, SC 29910 (843) 757-2888 vmblawfirm.com


WILLIAM C. CLARK & ROBERT E. STEVENS CLARK & STEVENS PA Clark & Stevensâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; signature strength is the ability to provide a wide range of legal services through their Hilton Head Island office, via one team of seasoned attorneys. This advantage allows clients to develop a consistent, trusting relationship with one firm, rather than multiple resources, as they seek guidance and solutions regarding various legal issues. Clark & Stevens offers exceptional client service and compassionate, results-oriented legal counsel. The firm has received the distinctive AV

rating, designated by Martindale-Hubbell, indicating the highest possible ranking for legal skills and ethics, as judged by the peer group that comprises the legal profession. Bob Stevensâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; practice is limited to all aspects of family law including uncontested separation and divorce matters as well as the division and distribution of assets involving complex or difficult financial issues (including interests in family or closely-held businesses or professional practices, such as medical, dental or legal practices); custodial and visitation disputes; and establishing or modifying alimony or support, as well as mediation and arbitration of these types of matters. Stevens is a Fellow of The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, president-elect of the South Carolina Chapter and is also listed in Super Lawyers.

Bill Clark practices in the fields of family law, personal injury, medical malpractice, construction litigation and civil litigation. He is a member of the National Trial Lawyers Association and of National Trial Lawyers Top One Hundred Attorneys in South Carolina; he is a graduate and Fellow of the National Litigation Academy, member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Christian Legal Society, SC Association for Justice, American Society of Legal Advocates, Beaufort County Bar Association and the American Society of Legal Advocates. 60 Arrow Road Hilton Head Island, SC (843) 842-3500 clarkandstevens.com


DALE AKINS

AKINS LAW FIRM, LLC EXPERIENCE COUNTS Dale Akins is a trial lawyer, licensed in all state and federal courts in South Carolina and Georgia. He has provided legal services in the Lowcountry and Coastal Empire for over 25 years and has earned a reputation for excellence and integrity among his colleagues, opponents and clients. Mr. Akins graduated from Furman University in 1988 and earned his law degree from Mercer University in 1991. He has practiced in Beaufort County since that time. He and his wife, Sally, have lived in Rose Hill since 1994. She is also an attorney who practices in Savannah, Georgia. Mr. Akins maintains a dynamic practice in both South Carolina and Georgia, focusing on serious personal injury, wrongful death and insurance issues. He has handled hundreds of cases and has a great deal of experience and skill both in and out of the courtroom. The Akins Law Firm offers its clients rigorous representation and personalized focus and attention. Mr. Akins believes that the most rewarding part of being a lawyer is the opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of others. In times of trial, consider the Akins Law Firm. Post Office Box 1547 6 Johnston Way, Unit A, Bluffton, SC 29910 (T) (843) 757-7574 (F) (843) 757-7601 dakins@hargray.com daleakinslaw.com

DOUGLAS W. MACNEILLE RUTH & MACNEILLE Ruth & MacNeille, P.A. was re-organized as a professional association in 1987 as a successor to the Dowling Law Firm that was formed in 1948. The firmâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s varied practice consists of both non-litigation and litigation legal matters including: Estate Planning, Wills & Trusts, Probate Administration, Divorce & Family Law and Homeowner Association representation. The firm occupies attractive office facilities at 10 Office Way, Suite 200 on Hilton Head Island, located in the South Islandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pope Avenue business area. Attorney Douglas W. MacNeille graduated from Lawrenceville School, University of Virginia and Southwestern University School of Law; he resides on Hilton Head Island where he has practiced law since 1984. Mr. MacNeille is a member of the South Carolina Bar and is admitted to practice before the South Carolina Supreme Court, District Court for South Carolina, and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. He and his paralegal, Beth Meeder, strive to give their clients the prompt and individual attention expected in a strong lawyer-client relationship. Please visit our website or feel free to give us a call to discuss your legal needs and questions.

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S Reilley’s Grill & BarThe Simpson Brothers (7PM) Aunt Chilada’sPeter & Yannie (7PM) Crazy Crab Jarvis Creek: David Wingo (6PM) The BoardroomSwampfire Sessions (10PM) Captain Woody’sSouls Harbor Duo (6-9PM)

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Aunt Chilada’sPeter & Yannie (7PM) The BoardroomAug. 9: Hannah Wicklund (10PM) Crazy Crab Jarvis CreekSean Biggins (6PM)

Crazy Crab Jarvis CreekMike Wilson & Charlie Simpson (6PM)

Crazy Crab Harbour Town- Gregg Ruessel under the Liberty Oak (All Month Long; 8PM)

Porter & PigNacho Average Wednesday: $5 Pulled Pork Nachos and $18 craft can beer buckets

The BoardroomExecutrix (10PM)

Porter & Pig$2 Tuedays! $2 domestics & $2 Specialty Tacos & Trivia night (8PM)

Reilley’s Grill & Bar: DJ Tanz (10PM)

Aunt Chilada’sTommy Sims (7PM) Holy Tequila- Live Music! Happy Hour Daily (4-7PM) Porter & PigLive Jazz with The Will Snyder Band (6PM- 9PM)

Crazy Crab Jarvis CreekTy Miller (6PM) Ruby Lee’s-Stee & Ear Candy Band

Ruby Lee’s- Sterling & Shuvette Captain Woody’s- Chris Jones (6-9PM)

The BoardroomAugust 3, 10& 31: Groove Town Assault August 10: Treehouse (Starts at 10PM)

Ruby Lee’sCandace Woodson

Send your event/entertainment listing to hunter@celebratehiltonhead.com

Hilton Head Comedy Club: August 17-21: Derek Richards (9PM)


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ELA’s Blu Water GrilleReid Richmond (7-10PM) Porter & Pig- Ladies Night! $5 Custom crafted infusion martinis $2 off bubbles! Reilley’s Grill & BarAugust 5: Scott Little (6PM) Captain Woody’sAugust 4: Shane Marstiller August 11: Just Keith August 18: Sean Biggins August 25: The Beagles The PearlReid Richmond (7-10PM)

The PearlJohn Wasem (7-10PM) The BoardroomAugust 5 & 19: Stee August 12: SeventySix and Sunny August 26: La Bodega Ruby Lee’s- Deas Guyz or Levon & Louise Spencer

Reilley’s Grill & BarSingle Husbands Band (6PM) Crazy Crab Jarvis CreekMike Wilson (6PM)

The BoardroomAugust 6: Scott Little August 20: Late Night Special August 27: Voodoo Soup (Starts at 10PM) Porter & PigLOCALS NIGHT! 15% off all food for locals!

Aunt Chilada’s- The Groove (7PM) Ruby Lee’s- Target the Band The BoardroomAugust 11: The Steppin Stones August 25: The Orange Constant

Carolina Crab CompanyCrab, Crafts and Cocktails 2nd Year Anniversary Party! $15 crab boil buckets, craft beers, $4 Deep Eddy cocktails, music by Low Country Jam. (4-10PM)

Hilton Head Comedy ClubAugust 5: Danny Browning (9PM) August 5: Jody Sloane (7:15PM) August 25-26: David Roseblatt

Skull Creek BoathouseSouls Harbor (4-7PM) Hilton Head Comedy ClubAugust 6: Jody Sloan (7:15PM)


AUGUST

2016 SUNDAY

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MONDAY

TUESDAY

1 MURDER MYSTERY MONDAYS 6:30pm-8:30pm Port Royal Golf Club Fun for entire family! (843) 681-1747

ALL SUMMERSATURDAY LONG23 APRIL GREGG RUSSELL CONCERTS Every night except Saturdays; 8-9:30pm Celebrating 40 years in Harbour Town in 2016, Gregg has become a Sea Pines classic. You can find him underneath the Liberty Oak entertaining adults and children alike. His concerts are not to be missed. Complimentary.

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15 GOLF CLINIC WITH PGA PRO DOUG WEAVER Robert Trent Jones Course Every Monday at 4 p.m. (843) 785-1138

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NOAH’S ARKS RESCUE ADOPTION EVENT CharBar Co, Park Plaza, HHI 11am- 2pm

28 24 NOAH’S ARKS RESCUE ADOPTION EVENT Skull Creek Boathouse 11am- 2pm

29 FAMILY FRESHWATER FISHING Sea Pines Forest Preserve Mondays @ 10am $19 for adults and $14 for children

WEDNESDAY

2 PALMETTO BLUFF CONCERT SERIES: THE BLUE DOGS Village Green Gates open at 5:00 p.m. $25 per car

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ARTS + COFFEE Java Burrito Co. 1000 William Hilton Pkwy. Hilton Head Island 8:30-9:30 a.m.

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PALMETTO BLUFF CONCERT SERIES: THE ACCOMPLICES Village Green Gates open at 5:00 p.m. $25 per car

TUESDAYS HARBOUR FEST Shelter Cove Harbour & Marina Tuesday Night Fireworks begins at 9:30pm (843) 686-9098. GOLF CROQUET CLINIC Harbour Town Golf Links 9:00am – 12:00pm $10 per person

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17-18 GET THE LED OUT Arts Center of Coastal Carolina $48 adults, $31 Children ages 5-15

Artshhi.com.

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THURSDAY

4 MOVIE NIGHTS IN THE PARK: GREASE Shelter Cove Towne Centre 9:00pm Admission is FREE!

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A SUMMER DANCE GALA Arts Center of Coastal Carolina 7:30PM Tickets are $35/adults $25/ children www.artshhi.com

11 MOVIE NIGHTS IN THE PARK: FINDING NEMO Shelter Cove Towne Centre 9:00pm Admission is FREE!

THURSDAYS PARROT PALOOZA Shelter Cove Harbour Through August 18 6:30pm entertainment, music, food, drinks and more

SATURDAY

6 PIPPIN Through August 7 Hilton Head High School Tickets are $25 Produced by Ben Wolfe hhisummermusicals. com

FAMILY FUN DAY!

ALMOST HEAVEN

Coastal Discovery Museum 10:00am- 1:00pm FREE event!

Through August 7

coastaldiscovery.org

hhisummermusicals. com

Main Street Youth Theatre Tickets are $40

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19 BLUFFTON SUNSET PARTY Bluffton Oyster Factory Park Tickets are $5 blufftonsunsetparty.com

or 843-757-8520.

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25 CAROLINA DREAMERS DRIVE-IN Shelter Cove Towne Centre 5:00pm-7:30pm

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FRIDAY

LOWCOUNTRY FAMILY GHOST STORIES Sea Pines Forest Preserve 8:00pm-9:15pm $16/adult, $11/ child (ages 12 & younger (843)-842-1979

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DIVE-IN MOVIE: TEEN BEACH MOVIE Island Rec Center 7:45pm-10:00pm Adults: $6 Children 10 & Under/Seniors: $5

NATIONAL DOG DAY!

SAVE THE DATE! 2ND ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT AND FUNDRAISER September 26, 2016 May River Golf Club in Palmetto Bluff www.drcigolf.com


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