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What makes this boot-shaped island so special? The sunshine feels warmer here, the light seems brighter, the beaches appear more inviting. Follow the sun to Hilton Head Island, where you can enjoy world-class golf, fabulous restaurants, exciting shopping opportunities, endless outdoor activities and much more. We think you’ll agree that there’s no other place quite like it. November is full of exciting activities, from art exhibits to theatrical performances. In addition to a wide range of cultural activities, two signature Lowcountry culinary events take center stage this month. On November 8-10, the 12th Annual South Carolina Bank and Trust Hilton Head Oyster Festival returns to Shelter Cove Community Park. Highlights include oysters, shrimp, chili, chowder, hot dogs, hamburgers, live music, kids activities and more. Also, don’t miss the 24th Annual Taste of the Season, presented by the Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce, on November 22 at the Hilton Head Marriott Resort and Spa in Palmetto Dunes. The area’s top chefs and restaurants will compete for “Best Cuisine” honors. Be sure to check out our Calendar of Events for a complete guide to the best of what’s happening on the Island in November. One thing that makes Island Events unique is our talented line-up of community columnists. In this issue, Capt. Miles Altman discusses the fabulous flounder, Georgene Mortimer of Island Winery takes us on a tour of California wine country, Jessie Renew of Outside Hilton Head celebrates fall oyster season and Master Naturalist Kathleen McMenamin discusses the Great White Sharks that frequent South Carolina’s coastline. And, of course, no issue would be complete without Doug Weaver of the Palmetto Dunes Golf Academy offering insight to help you make the most of your time on the green this month. In November, as always, we’re dedicated to guiding you to the ultimate Hilton Head Island experiences, making your time here as fun and rewarding as possible. We hope our listings come in handy to guide you to some of the very best that the area has to offer. Remember that the Lowcountry and the Coastal Empire are just a click away at hiltonhead.com, hiltonheadisland.com, bluffton.com, savannah.com, stsimonsisland.com and beaufort.com. All of our “priceless” publications can be viewed online 24/7. Please pull up our informative web sites on your smart phone to decide which shops to check out today, where to go for dinner tonight and what activities to plan for tomorrow. You’ll have all the information you need to make the most of every day (and night) on the island. You truly have arrived in paradise. Savor every second on Hilton Head Island this month. We hope you’ll be back again soon!
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November Highlights Mouth-watering food and family fun, spectacular theatre, musical and dance performances, signature automobile events, gala fundraisers and holiday happenings along with opportunities to give something back to help those less fortunate take place all month long. Thru the end of the year, celebrate the shrimp harvest during the annual Salty Dog Shrimpfest. Enjoy one of their favorite shrimp recipes like Voodoo, Red River Buffalo, Savannah, Island Style and more each at a great price. The Salty Dog Café, South Beach Marina Village in the Sea Pines Resort, 224 S. Sea Pines Dr. (843) 671-2233 or saltydog.com. Photo courtesy of The Kingfisher Seafood, Pasta & Steakhouse
You can always count on The Kingfisher Seafood, Pasta & Steakhouse to provide fantastic food and great happy hour pricing. You can also enjoy the Hilton Head Comedy & Magic Club, featuring Las Vegas headlining comedy and magic performers, at the Top of the Kingfisher 4 nights a week at 8 p.m. For Comedy Club reservations, (843) 681-7757. 18 Harbourside Lane. (843) 785-4442 or kingfisherseafood.com.
Casey’s Sports Bar & Grille and Bacardi present Island Idol, Hilton Head’s first karaoke contest, with over $2,000 cash and prizes to be awarded. Sign up and practice each Tues. evening in November at Casey’s after 9 p.m. with performances the following Friday. The finale showdown will be held December 6. Space is limited to the first 8 applicants. Also, submit your favorite Bacardi drink recipe, choosing from Bacardi Pineapple Fusion, Dragon Berry or Limon and O, to win a weekly prize and have your cocktail featured on Friday night. A portion of the proceeds go to Volunteers in Medicine. (843) 785-2255 or caseyshhi.com. Hilton Head National Golf Club offers Same Day Replay Specials. Replay 18 Holes for $35.99 or 9 Holes for $25.99 or take advantage of the November rates: Nov. 1-10, $89.99 plus tax before 11 a.m.; $74.99 plus tax, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.;$59.99 after 1 p.m. and Nov. 11-30, $69.99 plus tax before 11 a.m. and $59.99 plus tax after 11 a.m. Just one minute from the bridge to Hilton Head, 60 Hilton Head National Dr., Bluffton. Call (843) 842-5900 for tee times or golfhiltonheadnational.com. On Nov. 2 Captain Woody’s hosts their first Fall Oyster Roast of the season. Enjoy buckets of oysters, hot dogs, burgers and homemade soups plus live entertainment. A portion of the proceeds help the Hilton Head Humane Society. 4-7 p.m. 6 Target Rd. (843) 785-2400
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or captainwoodys.com. The 12th Annual Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival & Concours d’Elegance continues thru Nov. 4. The signature events held at the Port Royal Golf Club, the Car Club Jamboree takes place on Nov. 2 and the Concours d’ Elegance on Nov. 3. (843) 785-7469 or hhimotoringfestival.com. Forsythe Jewelers will spend the weekend at the HHI Concours d’Elegance, Nov. 2-3, sharing the latest jewelry fashions including BALL BMW Watches that embody BMW’s quest for perfection, precision and expertise. (843) 671-7070 or forsythejewelers.biz. South Carolina Repertory Company presents “4000 Miles” on Nov. 6-24. In this award-winning dramatic comedy, 21 year-old Leo seeks solace from his feisty 91 year-old grandmother in her West Village apartment after he suffers a major loss while on a cross-country bike trip. Over the course of a single month, these unlikely roommates infuriate, bewilder, and ultimately reach each other. 136B Beach City Rd. (843) 342-2057 or hiltonheadtheatre.com. The fall-down funny musical roast of Broadway is back with a blast as the New York sensation, “FORBIDDEN BROADWAY: Alive and Kicking” returns to the stage on Nov. 7-10 at the Arts Center. Enjoy an all-new, fresh view of the highs and lows of recent seasons featuring outrageous costumes, hilarious rewrites of the songs you know and dead-on impressions by a stellar cast. Thurs.-Sat., 8 p.m.; Sun., 2 p.m. 14 Shelter Cove Lane. (843) 8422787 or artshhi.com. The International Riding Academy at Lawton Stables hosts a Coastal Hunter Circuit (CHC) Horse Show hiltonhead.com
on Sat., Nov. 9, 8:30 a.m.-4:40 p.m. Classes are open to all qualified riders and the event is open to the public. (843) 671-2586 or iridingacademy.com/horseshows. On Sat., Nov. 9, don’t miss Lowcountry cooking done right at the Salty Dog Café’s Pig Pickin’ and Lowcountry Boil from 48 p.m. Plus live music, kid’s fun & games and a special appearance from Jake the Salty Dog. South Beach Marina Village in the Sea Pines Resort, 232 S. Sea Pines Dr. (843) 671-2233 or saltydog.com. The Hilton Head Oyster Festival takes place on Fri., Nov. 8, 4:30-9 p.m., Sat., Nov. 9 and Sun., Nov. 10, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. This threeday event will feature a variety of oysters, hamburgers & hot dogs, live music, a kid’s zone, holiday craft show and a silent auction. All food is sold separately. Admission, $5. 39 Shelter Cove Lane. (843) 681-7273 or islandreccenter.org. The May River Theatre hosts the musical comedy, “Company,” on Nov. 8-24. The plot revolves around Bobby (a single man unable to commit fully to a steady relationship, let alone marriage), the five married couples who are his best friends, and his three girlfriends. Fri. and Sat., 8 p.m.; Sun., 3 p.m. $25. Ulmer Auditorium at Bluffton Town Hall, Pritchard and Bridge Sts. (843) 815-5581 or mayrivertheatre.com. Join Forsythe Jewelers as they welcome Italian designer Marco Bicego’s latest fall designs of everyday luxury in 18K gold on Thurs., Nov. 21, 5-7 p.m. Enjoy special pricing and a gift with purchase while supplies last. If you can’t attend the Thursday night event, the special pricing and a gift with purchase while supplies last will also be offered during store hours, Thurs., Fri. and Sat. The Shops at Sea Pines Center, 71 Lighthouse Rd., Ste 311. (843) 671-7070 or forsythejewelers.biz. As soon as the Thanksgiving meal is finished, it's time to get ready for some serious outlet shopping fun at the season’s biggest savings event at Tanger Outlets, Nov. 28hiltonhead.com
Dec. 1. Beginning at 10 p.m. on Thanksgiving night Tanger kicks off their holiday shopping season with the Annual Moonlight Madness Sale event. Find exclusive, “After Thanksgiving deals” beginning at 10 p.m. and continuing throughout the entire weekend with plenty of bonus outlet savings. Download the special offers available all weekend long at tangeroutlet.com. On Wed., Nov. 27, “make yourself at home” at the Salty Dog Homecoming. Head on down to The Salty Dog Café at South Beach with friends to enjoy special pricing on Salty Dog Lager all day, Happy Hour from 4-6 p.m. and complimentary Lowcountry Boil from 7-9 p.m. South Beach Marina Village in The Sea Pines Resort, 224 S. Sea Pines Dr. (843) 363-2198 or saltydog.com. Get up to 50% off clothing and gear from all your favorite outdoor brands at Outside Hilton Head‘s “Black Friday Early Bird Sale” on Nov. 29. Doors open at 8 a.m. with door buster deals from 8-10 a.m. Outside Hilton Head retail store at the Plaza at Shelter Cove, 32C Shelter Cove Lane. (843) 686-6996 or outsidehiltonhead.com. From Nov. 29-Dec. 21 visit South Beach to enjoy hundreds of thousands of twinkling lights at South Beach Marina Christmas Village. Santa arrives at the South Beach Inn on Nov. 30, 3-7 p.m. with treats for the whole family and for Free Pictures With Santa each Fri. and Sat., 3-7 p.m. through Dec. 21. South Beach Marina Village in The Sea Pines Resort, 232 S. Sea Pines Dr. (843) 363-2198 or saltydog.com.
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The Hilton Head Dance Theatre’s 28th production of “The Nutcracker” takes place on Fri., Nov. 15-23 with six performances. Nov. 15, 16, 22 and 23 at 7:30 p.m.; Nov. 17 and 23 at 2:30 p.m.. Tickets are $25 for adults; $20 for seniors (60 and above) and students (ages 13-18); $15 for children (12 and under). Seahawk Cultural Center on the campus of Hilton Head High School, 70 Wilborn Road. Tickets can be purchased online. (843) 842-3262 or hiltonheaddance.com.
Santa, Mrs. Claus and their trusty reindeer Rudolph help kick off the holiday season at the Town’s official Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony held at the Arts Center on Sat., Nov. 30, 3:30-5:30 p.m. Enjoy this old-fashioned Yuletide celebration complete with Christmas carols, yummy treats, photos with Santa, and a musical performance from the cast of “42nd Street.” Hot chocolate, coffee and treats will be available for sale. 14 Shelter Cove Lane. (843) 842-2787 or artshhi.com. NOVEMBER 2013 ISLAND EVENTS 11
~ Must Taste ~ Captain Woody’s - A local favorite for over 30 years! Visit the new Hilton Head location, 6 Target Road, and enjoy the Famous Grouper Melt, Po Boys, Seafood Platters, Land Food, Raw Food, Raw Bar and more. Get the real deal – A juicy, grilled Philly steak topped with sautéed onions and Cheese Wiz on an Amoroso roll – at Casey’s Sports Bar & Grille, where everyone is treated like an All Star. Enjoy creative cuisine, legendary seafood specialties, decadent desserts and spectacular waterfront dining at the Chart House. Seafood Lovers can jump right into a steamed seafood pot filled with lobster, shrimp, snow crab legs and oysters at either of the two great waterfront locations of The Crazy Crab. Savor freshly caught seafood and the 12 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
highest certified quality steaks at ELA’s Blu Water Grille, on the waterfront at Shelter Cove Harbour Marina, while enjoying the gorgeous views of the harbour. Enjoy live music, dancing and drinks at The Electric Piano Bar. Try a flavorful martini from the extensive menu which offers a classic Dirty Martini to a Tangerine Dream. Flavors include: raspberry, black cherry, pomegranate and the house favorite “The Electric Blue Piano.” Five Guys is a family-friendly restaurant specializing in hand-formed juicy burgers, fresh-baked buns, kosher style hot dogs and fresh-cut fries cooked in 100% pure peanut oil. Award-winning wings are just one of the tasty menu items found at Hilton Head Brewing Co. – 1st Overall Winner of the 2011 Hilton Head Island WingFest. hiltonhead.com
It’s Greek To Me serves the Island’s best calamari, an array of Greek specialty dishes and homemade, mouth-watering desserts while dining indoors or out on the spacious patio or roof-top terrace. Enjoy sautéed lobster tossed in a cheddar cheese sauce with macaroni, baked and topped with seasoned bread crumbs and served with house salad at Kingfisher Seafood Pasta & Steak House on the water at Shelter Cove Harbour. New cookout favorites including slowroasted, pulled pork barbecue, ribs, roasted corn and other traditional cookout items can be found at Kiwi’s Island Cookout at South Beach Marina Village.
Enjoy a full menu of seafood, salads and sandwiches served along with tropical freezes and ocean breezes at The Salty Dog Cafe. With dishes ranging from their famous Grouper to Fajitas made with prime filet of beef tenderloin, to their Cowboy Cut Black Angus Bone-In Ribeye or even their Outrageous Chimichanga, Santa Fe Café is sure to have something to entice you. For the very best in Italian cuisine, visit Stellini Italian Restaurant – the Lowcountry’s “Little Italy” since 1989!
Great seafood and steaks can be enjoyed, along with a breathtaking view, while seated indoors or out at Lands End Tavern.
Sweet Frog Premium Frozen Yogurt... the Secret Ingredient is FUN! Come create your own combination of delicious soft-serve frozen yogurt, then top it off with all of your favorites!
Fresh, homemade and tasty American and Mediterranean food can be found at The Market Street Cafe, a favorite of locals and visitors alike.
Fresh seafood, delicious steaks and sandwiches, along with one of the best views on the Island, can be found at The Wreck of The Salty Dog Cafe.
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Ongoing: Daily Alligator & Wildlife Tours in The Sea Pines Resort Forest Preserve hosted by the H2O Nature Center. (843) 686-5323 or h2osports.com. Ongoing: Enjoy live music on the deck, at Hilton Head Brewing Co., 7C Greenwood Drive in Reilley’s Plaza. Call for schedule. (843) 785-3900 or hiltonheadbrewingcompany.com. Ongoing: Hilton Head Comedy & Magic Club is a great place for your Corporate Events, Award Banquets and Holiday Parties. All shows may be customized to your company or event. All guests 14 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
Ongoing: Visit coastalburgerfundraiser.com and let Five Guys Burgers and Fries help raise money for your school or organization. Ongoing: This month take advantage of The Salty Dog Winter Sale where you can buy 1, get 1, 1/2 off items of equal or lesser value on everything in the store at all 4 locations. The Salty Dog T-Shirt Factory at Tanger 2, (843) 837-5511, The Salty Dog T-Shirt Shop & Jake’s Cargo at South Beach in The Sea Pines Resort, (843) 671-2232 and The Salty Dog T-Shirt Factory on Arrow Rd., (843) 842-6331 or saltydog.com. Monday – Saturday: Wine Flights & Cheese at the Island Winery, 12:30-2:30 p.m. $10 per flight. 12-A Cardinal Rd. (843) 842-3141 or islandwinery.com. Monday – Thursday: Wine & Cheese Happy Hour at the Island Winery starting at 4 p.m. Cover charge. 12-A Cardinal Rd. (843) 842-3141 or islandwinery.com. Mondays: “Where Does the Power Come From?” complimentary golf clinic and exhibition every Monday evening at 4 p.m. at the Jones hiltonhead.com
cCalendar course. Led by PGA Pro, Doug Weaver. Take advantage of free custom club fitting and swing evaluation every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m.–12 p.m. (843) 785-1138 or palmettodunes.com. Tuesday – Sunday: The Gullah Heritage Trail Tours travel through native island neighborhoods on Hilton Head Island. A family of 12 brothers and sisters, who trace their family’s origin on the Island to the early 1800s, operate the twohour tour narrating a story known to few, while weaving through hidden paths of the Island’s subtropical landscape. It is designed for one to experience the Gullah Culture of ten neighborhoods, established during the civil war (1862) long “before the bridge” (1956) to the mainland. The tour departs from the Coastal Discovery Museum, 70 Honey Horn Dr. Tues.-Sat., 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.; Sun., noon. (843) 681-7066 or gullaheritage.com. Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays: Wish Upon A Horse Therapeutic Riding Center provides FREE therapeutic horseback riding lessons to children and adults with special needs. These lessons are available for residents and visitors. Volunteers to assist during lessons are always needed as well and no experience with horses is necessary. Donations are always welcome. Please call or visit website for more information. (843) 671-2586 or wishuponahorsehhi.org. First Tuesday: “Discovery Reptiles” program at the H2O Nature Center in Harbour Town, 3-4 p.m. Join the Master Naturalist and get up close and personal with Lowcountry reptiles. Reservations required. Lighthouse Rd. (843) 686-5323 or h2osports.com. Wednesdays: Enjoy the sounds of Motown and R&B with Sterlin & Shuvette at The Electric Piano Bar. Doors open at 8 p.m. and music starts at 9:30 p.m. 33 Office Park Rd. in the Park Plaza Shopping Center. (843) 785-5397 or electricpianohhi.com. Thursdays & Fridays: Live Music from 6-9 p.m. at Captain Woody’s Hilton Head. Enjoy our patio seating at 6 Target Rd., just off of Palmetto Bay Rd., near the Sea Pines Circle and across from the Publix Shopping Center. (843) 785-2400 or captainwoodys.com. Thursdays: Enjoy Pinnacle Vodka Ladies Night while grooving to The Simpson Brothers as they play classic rock, beach music and Motown at hiltonhead.com
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cCalendar The Electric Piano Bar. Doors open at 8 p.m. Music starts at 9:30 p.m. 33 Office Park Rd. in the Park Plaza Shopping Center. (843) 785-5397 or electricpianohhi.com. Thursdays: ELA’s, 1 Shelter Cove Marina, presents local artist Harry Santana at 7 p.m. & Reid Richmond will perform on various evenings at 7 p.m. (843) 785-3030 or ellasgrille.com. Fourth Thursdays: Monthly Classic Car Cruise-ins, Main Street Village, 6-8 p.m. Join in the popular judging, food and beverages available. Meet the owners and hear their incredible restoration stories! Carolina Dreamers support many area charities with the money they raise at these Cruise-Ins and their annual Car Show. http://carolinadreamers.org. Fridays & Saturdays: ELA’s, 1 Shelter Cove Marina, presents Chicago recording artist John Wasem bringing his music to Hilton Head Island at 7 p.m. (843) 785-3030 or ellasgrille.com. Fridays: The Dueling Pianos are live at The Electric Piano on Friday nights. Enjoy the sounds and the fun with Sterlin, Dallas & 16 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
Charlie. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the Pianos start at 9:30 p.m. 33 Office Park Rd. in the Park Plaza Shopping Center. (843) 785-5397 or electricpianohhi.com. Fridays: Enjoy “BONK,” the hilarious comedy game show as seen in Las Vegas and the five star Karisma Resorts on the Riviera Maya at the Hilton Head Comedy & Magic Club located at the Top of the Kingfisher private showroom. Showtime is 9 p.m. Doors open at 8:30 p.m. The Kingfisher Seafood, Pasta & Steak House, Shelter Cove Harbour, 18 Harbourside Lane. For more information and current schedule, call (843) 681-7757 or visit hiltonheadcomedymagic.com. Sundays: ELA’s, 1 Shelter Cove Marina, presents local recording artist Tim Malchak from 6-9 p.m. (843) 785-3030 or ellasgrille.com. Sundays: Join Captain Woody’s for Sunday Brunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Enjoy wonderful brunch specials along with $6 bottomless mimosas and $7 Grey Goose Woody Bloody Mary’s. A few favorites are… Shrimp & Grits, Steak & Eggs, Crab Cake Benedict, Prime Rib Benedict, French Toast and more. Hilton Head, (843) 785-2400, 6 Target Rd. & Bluffton, (843) 757-6222, 17 State of Mind St. Captainwoodys.com. hiltonhead.com
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cCalendar November 1 - 4: The Coastal Discovery Museum hosts “Imagination” in the Hilton Head Regional Temporary Exhibit Gallery. This exceptional collection of abstract artwork is presented by the artists of Art Beyond Tradition. This imaginative artwork in a variety of media….paintings, collages, assemblages and sculptures in stone and metal is the artists thinking outside the box with each piece being unique, rich in color and design. The closing reception takes place on Nov. 4, 5-6 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. Gallery hours at the Coastal Discovery Museum are Mon.-Sat., 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.3 p.m. 70 Honey Horn Dr. (843) 689-6767, ext. 223 or cosataldiscovery.org. November 1: The Salty Dog T-Shirt Factory opens a new store at the Tanger Outlet Center 2. 1414 Island Fording Road, Suite F125. (843) 837-5511 or saltydog.com. November 2, 16 & 30: Take a “Waterway Excursion” with the The Coastal Discovery Museum. The cruise explores the waterways around the Pinckney Island Forest Preserve on board the Tammy Jane. The 2- hour educational cruise will circumnavigate the Pinckney Island hiltonhead.com
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(Skull Creek and Mackay Creek). You will learn about the salt marsh, maritime forest, barrier islands and the history of Pinckney Island. A naturalist on board will help with identifying any plants or animals that are visible. 9-11 a.m. Leaves from the Hudson’s Dock on Squire Pope Rd. This adult-oriented cruise is $35 per person and reservations are required. (843) 689-6767, ext. 223 or coastaldiscovery.org. November 2 & 16: The Coastal Discovery Museum hosts a “Shrimp Trawling Experience” for the fall months, from 12-3 pm. This interactive cruise will take you from Hudson’s dock out into Port Royal Sound where you’ll have a chance to see how a shrimp trawler works – and find out about all the critters that can be found in its nets. An informative and fun experience – plus, you’ll have a chance to share in the ‘catch’ and might take some shrimp home! $40 adult, $20 child, with reservations required. (843) 689-6767, ext. 223 or coastaldiscovery.org. November 2: The Electric Piano presents the Sterlin & Shuvette Motown Dance Party. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the music starts at 9:30 p.m. 33 Office Park Rd., in the Park Plaza Shopping Center. (843) 785-5397 or electricpianohhi.com. November 8: Enjoy an evening of food, NOVEMBER 2013 ISLAND EVENTS 17
cCalendar wine, music and conversation with a former HHIPC competitor and soloist with the HHSO, Andrew Tyson and his teacher Robert McDonalds at the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra‘s Critic‘s Choice. They will discuss how pianists select and prepare for competitions around the world. 6-9 p.m. Country Club of Hilton Head, 70 Skull Creek Dr. (843) 842-2055 or hhso.org. November 9: The Electric Piano presents the Charlie Denison and Tommy Sims all request Piano & Guitar Duo. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the music starts at 9:30 p.m. 33 Office Park Rd., in the Park Plaza Shopping Center. (843) 785-5397 or electricpianohhi.com. November 11: The Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra presents “Mozart & Haydn Visit Paris & London.” Enjoy three masterworks by two of classicism’s greatest composers - Mozart’s Symphony No. 31 “Paris”, Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 25 and Haydn’s Symphony No. 103, “Drum Roll.” First Presbyterian Church, 540 Wm. Hilton Pkwy., 8 p.m. (843) 842-2055 or hhso.org. November 16, 23 & 30: The Electric Piano 18 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
presents the Dallas Reese and Tommy Sims all request show. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the music starts at 9:30 p.m. 33 Office Park Rd., in the Park Plaza Shopping Center. (843) 785-5397 or electricpianohhi.com. November 26: Just in time for Black Friday, The Salty Dog T-Shirt Factory celebrates the opening of their new store at Tanger Outlet Center 2 with a Ribbon Cutting at Noon. 1414 Fording Island Road. (843) 837-5511 or saltydog.com. November 29: Free photos with Santa, 10 a.m.-noon. You can find Santa along with everything on your Christmas shopping list at Coligny Plaza. (843) 842-6050 or colignyplaza.com. PLEASE NOTE: WE MAKE EVERY EFFORT POSSIBLE TO SEE THAT THE INFORMATION IN OUR CALENDAR OF EVENTS IS ACCURATE. HOWEVER, EVENTS SOMETIMES CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE. PLEASE CALL THE LISTED PHONE NUMBERS FOR CONFIRMATION. TO INCLUDE YOUR EVENT IN THE CALENDAR, CALL (843) 757-9889, FAX (843) 757-9189 or E-MAIL email@example.com. hiltonhead.com
cDining & Lounges Captain John’s Galley at The Salty Dog Cafe South Beach Marina Village, The Sea Pines Resort, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 South Sea Pines Drive. Enjoy seafood right out of the ocean and onto your plate. Serving great seafood, steaks, pasta and more in a fun, nautical atmosphere. Call for seasonal hours. See ad pages 32 & 33. (843) 671-5199. saltydog.com.
Captain Woody’s Hilton Head: 6 Target Road, off of Palmetto Bay Road, G-17 on map. GPS: 6 Target Road; Bluffton: The Promenade, GPS: 17 State of Mind Street. A local’s favorite for over 30 years! A fun, friendly and casual atmosphere featuring The Famous Grouper Melt, Po Boys, Seafood Platters, Land Food, Raw Bar and more. Outdoor Deck Bar and Patio seating available. Open 7 days a week 11a.m.-10 p.m., Bar open til late. Great Children’s menu and Happy Hour menu. See ad page 17. (843) 785-2400 (Hilton Head), (843) 757-6222 (Bluffton). captainwoodys.com.
Casey’s Sports Bar & Grille New Orleans Road, E-19 on map. GPS: 37 New Orleans Road. Under new ownership, Casey’s serves appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches and more all made fresh in-house daily. Offering hiltonhead.com
over 30 TVs for the sports enthusiasts, nightly entertainment, daily food and drink specials and friendly service where everyone is treated like an All Star. Enjoy Happy Hour, 4-7 p.m., Mon.-Fri., with $.50 shrimp and wings, $2.50 domestic beers and nightly entertainment. Open 11 a.m. daily. See ad page 19. (843) 785-2255. caseyshhi.com.
Chart House Hudson Road off Squire Pope Road, S-28 on map. GPS: 2 Hudson Road. Join us for spectacular waterfront dining at the legendary Chart House located on the Intracoastal Waterway. Chart House offers beautiful views and outdoor seating on the fabulous new patio. The menu features fresh fish, pristine seafood, succulent steaks, Lowcountry specialty items and more. Open daily for lunch and dinner; Early Bird available; Sunday Brunch. See ad page 18. (843) 342-9066. chart-house.com.
The Crazy Crab Harbour Town, H-8 on map. GPS: 149 Lighthouse Road; Jarvis Creek, Q-24 on map. GPS: 104 William Hilton Parkway. Fresh local seafood in two picturesque settings on the water. Casual dining and great family fun. Enjoy local seafood favorites prepared any way you like. Kid’s menu available. Serving lunch and dinner daily. See ad page 3. (843) 681-5021 (Jarvis Creek), 363-2722 (Harbour Town). thecrazycrab.com. NOVEMBER 2013 ISLAND EVENTS 19
Terroir Travels By Georgene Mortimer, Island Winery
Moving from the mist into the light in Northern California’s wine country.
Sonoma Coast, courtesy of Georgene Mortimer
Standing at the mouth of the Russian River, enveloped in a cold Pacific maritime fog, we really began to get a palpable sense of the “terroirs” we were about to encounter. Terroir is the term used to describe the complete natural environment in which a particular wine is produced, including factors such as the soil, topography and climate. O.K., I will admit Highway One is scary! But the steep rocky cliffs of the Sonoma Coast are where we needed to begin our journey into West Coast wine country. The Sonoma Coast terroir is shrouded in a cool mist and fog, which keep temperatures at night in the 40’s, rarely venturing above 70 during the day. This cool, sometimes harsh, climate provides for a long, cold growing season, which imbues unique characteristics into the Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays of northern California. The yields are low and the grape clusters are small, creating a thick skin and a high skin-to-juice ratio. These characteristics produce wines that are highly complex, with a wonderful balance of acid and mature fruit. Leaving the rocky coast, we headed east through misty redwood groves on a road snaking along the Russian River. Traveling into the narrow Russian River Valley, we began to see the gradual changes in our surroundings, signaling the fact that we were entering into another unique growing region. We were beginning to discern the terroir of the world-famous Russian River Valley. While the fog was still a significant feature as 20 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
we entered the valley from the southwest, it slowly gave way to a sunny dry heat when we reached Healdsburg, 26 miles away, to the northeast. At approximately 126,000 acres, the Russian River Valley is so large it can be divided into three sub-regions, depending largely on the distance from the Pacific Ocean and the elevation. Traveling through the valley we saw how the mountain peaks – some nearly 2,000 feet high – create conduits through which cold maritime air and fog penetrate miles inland. This is the key ingredient that makes Russian River wines so remarkable. Tempered by the distance from the coast, the cool Pacific air acts as a moderator, preventing large swings between daily high and low temperatures. There’s no question that this is where Pinot Noir shines. Because there are so many climate and topography variations within the valley, it’s not surprising how diverse the flavor profiles are throughout the region. From the spiced, piney quality which comes from the cooler foggy part of the region to the rich, bold and full-bodied wine derived from the warmer, dryer region towards Healdsburg, a Pinot Noir lover could get lost here forever! We couldn’t linger too long, however, as we had much more exploring to do. To be continued… The perfect bottle of wine awaits at Island Winery on Cardinal Road. Store and tasting hours are Monday through Saturday from 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Wine Flights and Cheese are available from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. A Wine & Cheese Happy Hour is offered Monday-Thursday starting at 4 p.m. (843) 842-3141 or islandwinery.com. hiltonhead.com
cDining & Lounges ELA’s Blu Water Grille Shelter Cove Harbour, G-27 on map. GPS: 1 Shelter Cove Lane. Locally owned and operated in Shelter Cove Harbour, ELA’s boasts a European ambience and was created to bring fresh, clean, culinary flavors to the Hilton Head dining experience. Awarded Best Water views on Hilton Head and voted best location in South Carolina for water view dining. Docking fees are free with dinner reservations. Limited dog-friendly dining. Open daily for lunch and dinner. See ad page 23. (843) 785-3030. elasgrille.com.
The Electric Piano Bar Park Plaza Shopping Center, Office Park Road, F-17 on map. GPS: 33 Office Park Road. The ONLY Dueling Piano Shows on Hilton Head Island. Toetappin’, knee slappin’, sing-along. Dance to the live music and enjoy the best of Hilton Head Island’s nightlife. Enjoy drinks from our extensive martini list or from our wide selection of liquors, beers and wine. See ad page 22. (843) 785-5397. electricpianohhi.com.
Five Guys Hilton Head: Island Crossing/Publix Shopping Center, G-16 on map. GPS: 11 Palmetto Bay Road. Bluffton: Best Buy Center GPS: 1019 hiltonhead.com
Fording Island Road. Five Guys is a family friendly restaurant focused on serving high quality burgers and fries. The menu is simple: burgers, hot dogs, fries, veggie and grilled cheese sandwiches. Burgers are hand-formed, preservative free and never frozen. Fries are hand-cut and cooked in peanut oil. Zagat Survey said “there are no better burgers” and Five Guys was voted #1 burger in Zagat’s fast food survey. See ad page 14. (843) 686-3344 (Hilton Head), (843) 757-4667 (Bluffton). Order Online at fiveguys.com. For fundraising opportunities for your school or organization, visit coastalburgerfundraiser.com.
Hilton Head Brewing Company Greenwood Dr. in Reilley’s Plaza, E-16 on map. GPS: 7 Greenwood Drive. South Carolina’s first microbrewery since Prohibition. Serving fresh, local seafood along with daily specials. Our menu features a vast array of items. Join us for our great Happy Hour with drink specials and Football Specials on Sat. and Sun. Serving lunch, Sat. & Sun., 11:30 a.m.; Dinner daily from 4 p.m.; Happy Hour, 4-7 p.m. See ad page 14. (843) 785-3900. hhbrewingco.com.
Hilton Head Comedy & Magic Club Shelter Cove Harbour, Top of the Kingfisher Showroom, H-26 on map. GPS: 18 Harbourside Lane. The Hilton Head Comedy and Magic Club features nationally touring comedy-magicians NOVEMBER 2013
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an island favorite for over 26 years
10% OFF ENTIRE CHECK (EXCLUDING RETAIL.)
Serving Lunch & Dinner 7 Days Everyday, 11am - 9pm
HOMEMADE pizzas subs desserts wraps gyros salads & more
Outside Dining, Kid’s Menu & Take-Out Available
cDining & Lounges and stand-up comedians appearing Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Every Friday night the showroom is home to the smash-hit comedy game-show BONK, as seen in Las Vegas and around the world. Rated “PG.” Doors open at 7:30 p.m., showtime is 8 p.m. Limited seating, call for reservations. See ad page 19. (843) 681-7757. hiltonheadcomedymagic.com.
It’s Greek To Me 11 Lagoon Road, across from Coligny Plaza, C-19 on map. GPS: 11 Lagoon Road. A favorite of locals and visitors alike for over 15 years. Enjoy an array of Greek specialty and authentic dishes prepared from scratch using secret family recipes and only the finest ingredients. Serving lunch and dinner from 11 a.m. Dine indoors or on the spacious outdoor patio. Happy Hour 5-7 p.m. Takeout and Kid’s Menu available. One of the Island’s Best Restaurants! Plenty of on-site parking for our customers. See ad page 17. (843) 842-4033. itsgreektomesc.com.
Kingfisher Seafood, Pasta & Steak House Shelter Cove Harbour, H-26 on map. GPS: 18 Harbourside Lane. An excellent place for fantastic waterfront dining inside or out. Offering 22 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
3 course Early Bird Specials for $14.99 from 57 p.m., 15 Entrees under $15 and all-you-caneat Specials for $9.99. The best Island Happy Hour specials in the Harbourside Lounge, 58 p.m., including Peel & Eat Shrimp, $5.99/ dozen; Oysters on the Half Shell, $4.80/1/2 dozen; Crab Legs, $15.99/lb.; $2.50 drafts; $3.99 well drinks and $2.99 wines. Go to the Facebook page or website for special deals. See ad page 15. (843) 785-4442. kingfisherseafood.com.
Land’s End Tavern South Beach Marina Village in The Sea Pines Resort, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 South Sea Pines Drive. Serving everything from fresh seafood to delicious steaks, it’s hard not to find something to enjoy, and almost impossible to forget the waterfront view. Call for seasonal hours. Happy Hour, 4-6 p.m.; Early Bird Specials, 4-6 p.m. See ad pages 32 & 33. (843) 671-5456. saltydog.com.
The Market Street Cafe Coligny Plaza, C-18 on map. GPS: 1 North Forest Beach Drive. An Island favorite for over 25 years. A casual cafe offering well-prepared American and Mediterranean specialties. Favorites include gyros, sub sandwiches, traditional Italian and Greek pizzas, homemade soups, salads, grinders, Greek-style dinners, homemade desserts and more. Patio dining available. Eat in or take out. Children’s menu. See coupon ad page 22. hiltonhead.com
cDining & Lounges (843) 686-4976. marketstreetcafe.com.
The Salty Dog Cafe South Beach Marina Village, The Sea Pines Resort, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 South Sea Pines Drive. Enjoy the famous steamed shrimp, frozen drinks, casual atmosphere, great food and live entertainment at the Island’s favorite outdoor cafe overlooking beautiful Braddock’s Cove. Call for seasonal hours. Happy Hour, 4-6 p.m. See ad pages 32 & 33. (843) 671-2233. saltydog.com.
Santa Fe Café Plantation Center, F-23 on map. GPS: 807 William Hilton Pkwy. For more than 20 years Santa Fe Café has been the locals’ choice for authentic New Mexican food. When you step into Santa Fe Café, you step into the Southwest. The restaurant offers many dining options to make sure your visit is unforgettable. Serving lunch, Mon.Fri., 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.; Dinner, nightly, 5-10 p.m. Live music is performed Wed.-Sat. evenings. Reservations are suggested. See ad page 18. (843) 785-3838. santafecafehiltonhead.com.
Shelter Cove Harbour Mid-Island, across from the entrance to Palmetto Dunes, H-26 on map. GPS: 1 Shelter Cove Lane. Discover the Lowcountry’s best restaurants and most beautiful sunsets, overlooking beautiful Shelter Cove Harbour. Dine indoors or choose the outdoor patio seating while enjoying fare ranging from Continental to casual. Always plenty of parking. Wi-Fi internet access available. (843) 686-9098. sheltercovehiltonhead.com.
Seafood Steak and Style.
Stellini Italian Restaurant Executive Park Drive, E-19 on map. GPS: 15 Pope Avenue Executive Park. Voted Best Italian Restaurant. The consistency. The quality. That’s why customers keep coming back. Popular Italian menu from the Little Italy section of New York and Northern New Jersey. Fresh seafood, veal, beef, poultry and more. Extensive wine list, Early Bird Specials, children’s menu and takeout available. Reservations suggested. Serving Mon.-Sat., 5-9:30 p.m. See ad page 19. (843) 785-7006. stellinihhi.com.
The Wreck of the Salty Dog Cafe South Beach Marina Village, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 South Sea Pines Drive. Overlooking Braddock’s Cove at South Beach Marina. Offering casual dining with the same spirit as The Salty Dog Cafe. Fresh seafood, delicious steaks, sandwiches and tempting cocktails in a nautical atmosphere with one of the best views on the island. Featuring live piano music nightly. Call for seasonal hours. See ad pages 32 & 33. (843) 671-SEAS. saltydog.com. hiltonhead.com
VOTED BEST WATER VIEWS ON THE ISLAND!
ONE SHELTER COVE MARINA HILTON HEAD ISLAND . 843.785.3030 WWW.ELASGRILLE.COM . OPEN DAILY
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cLodging & Real Estate ACCOMMODATIONS
Destination Vacation Hilton Head 7 Executive Park Road off Pope Avenue, E-18 on map. GPS: 7 Executive Park Road. Our experienced team will help you find the perfect rental home or villa for your next Hilton Head vacation. We specialize in luxury oceanfront and beach-oriented rental homes and villas from 2-7 bedrooms in the resort areas of Sea Pines, Forest Beach and Palmetto Dunes. Call for a vacation guide or visit us online to preview our amazing array of properties. (843) 785-7774 or (877) 874-7244. dvhhi.com.
Hilton Head Accommodations Off Pope Ave., E-18 on map. GPS: 20 Executive Park Road. Let our Vacation Counselors assist with your Hilton Head holiday while saving you time and money. We represent all the popular Hilton Head Island resorts, as well as home and villa vacation rentals, at all price points â€“ many of which include FREE golf, tennis, bicycles and wireless internet. See ad page 7. (843) 842-6556, ext. 3. hiltonheadusa.com.
South Beach Inn and Vacation Rentals South Beach Marina Village in The Sea Pines Resort, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 South Sea Pines Drive. Offering weekly and nightly rates with all the ameni24 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
ties of a large resort and the personal touch of a local bed & breakfast. Stay and play for a week or a day. Within walking distance of South Beach Marina and The Salty Dog Cafe. See ad pages 32-33. (843) 671-6498 or Toll Free (800) 367-3909. sbinn.com. REAL ESTATE
Dunes Marketing Group Offices in Shelter Cove, Palmetto Dunes and Moss Creek. With over $5 billion in sales, Dunes Marketing Group is consistently ranked as one of the top three real estate companies in the Lowcountry. Since 1979, Dunes Marketing Group has built a stellar reputation helping families realize their home ownership dreams. Start on your dream quest today and stop by one of our three conveniently located offices in Shelter Cove, Palmetto Dunes and Moss Creek. (843) 842-1111 or (800) 258-5202. dunesrealestategroup.com. TIMESHARE RESALES
Resort Source Timeshare Resales Executive Park Road, off Pope Avenue, E-18 on map. GPS: 20 Executive Park Road. Like so many of us, you have fallen in love with Hilton Head Island. Now is the perfect time to consider owning your vacation with a timeshare. Stop by before you purchase anywhere else, or call to compare a timeshare you already own. Ask about our special resort preview packages. See ad page 7. (843) 842-6556, ext. 4. hiltonheadforless.com. hiltonhead.com
cArts & Services INTERNET SERVICES
HiltonHead.com Planning your next Hilton Head Island vacation? The perfect vacation is just a click away at hiltonhead.com. Find accommodations, dining, nightlife, activities, golf, real estate information, a detailed calendar of events, tide tables, beach information and more. This popular website also features area maps and deals/discounts. See ad page 63. (843) 757-9889. hiltonhead.com. PHOTOGRAPHY
Legacy Design Photographers Shelter Cove Harbour (next to Frosty’s Italian Ices), H-26 on map. GPS: 1 Shelter Cove Lane. Create a Hilton Head Island vacation tradition. We specialize in family beach portraits on the Island’s beautiful dunes. Enjoy viewing your Hilton Head portraits the next day using a state-of-the-art presentation that lets you see all of the details... and the smiles. It is our pleasure to provide you with all of the personal service you’ll need to select your treasured, heirloom prints. Gift certificates available. See ad page 25. (843) 686-3138. legacydigital.com. hiltonhead.com
Psychic Vision Located on the north end of the Island at 113 William Hilton Parkway, across from Crazy Crab, Q-24 on map. GPS: 113 William Hilton Parkway. Psychic readers will help you on all matters of life; past, present and future through body, mind and spirit. Tarot cards, crystals, palm readings, candles, incense, oils, aromatherapy and aura reading and cleansing. Call for readings, (843) 681-8118. SPAS
Arum Spa at the Sonesta Resort 130 Shipyard Dr., B-23 on map. GPS: 130 Shipyard Drive. Arum Spa at the Sonesta Resort is the newest spa on Hilton Head Island. We offer a wide range of intoxicating treatments enveloped in an ambiance that engages the senses, calms the mind and lifts the spirit. Choose from a selection of massages, body treatments, manicures, pedicures and facials including hot and cold stone, aromatherapy and wax treatments. We offer both individual services a la carte, as well as full day treatments. Whether you need to relax after your favorite sport, relieve stress, or undo too much sun – come, experience Arum. See ad page 24. (843) 341-2786. sonesta.com. NOVEMBER 2013 ISLAND EVENTS 25
cArts & Services
(843) 842-3262. hiltonheaddance.com.
Arts Center of Coastal Carolina
Fountain Center (near Sea Pines Circle), E-18 on map. GPS: 55 New Orleans Road #202. A cozy, warm, inviting day spa offering personalized treatments from caring professionals. Services include: Relaxation, Deep Tissue, Hot Stone, ThaiYoga, Reiki, Couples and Hot Bamboo Massage; ilike Organic Skincare facials, waxing, body wraps, ear coning, spa manicures, spa pedicures, lash extensions, threading and foot treatments. We also sell an array of natural products. We look forward to making you feel whole again. Open daily by appointment. See ad page 27. 1(843) 353-0006. fountainspahhi.com. SPECIAL EVENTS
2013 Nutcracker Seahawk Cultural Center, Hilton Head High School, O-29 on map. GPS: 70 Wilborn Road. Under the artistic direction of Karena Brock-Carlyle and John Carlyle, The Hilton Head Dance Theatre’s 28th production of “The Nutcracker” takes place on Fri., Nov. 15-23 with six performances. Nov. 15, 16, 22 and 23 at 7:30 p.m.; Nov. 17 and 23 at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 for adults; $20 for seniors (60 and above) and students (ages 13-18); $15 for children (12 and under). See ad page 26. 26 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
THEATRE Highway 278 at Shelter Cove Harbour, G-24 on map. GPS: 14 Shelter Cove Lane. A remarkable showcase for professional performing and visual arts, as well as cultural festivals and educational outreach. And proof that life on our legendary white sand shores is so much more than a day at the beach. A treat for the best entertainment this side of New York. Exciting productions of musicals, dramas and comedies. Call for reservations and ticket information. See coupon ad page 59. (843) 842-2787. artshhi.com.
South Carolina Repertory Company Beach City Rd., M-35 on map. GPS: 136-B Beach City Road. S.C. Repertory Co. presents “4000 Miles” on Nov. 6-24. In this awardwinning dramatic comedy, 21 year-old Leo seeks solace from his feisty 91 year-old grandmother, Vera, in her West Village apartment after he suffers a major loss while on a cross-country bike trip. Over the course of a single month, these unlikely roommates infuriate, bewilder, and ultimately reach each other. Nov. 6-9, 13-16 & 19-23, 8 p.m.; Nov. 10, 17 & 24, 2 p.m. Adults, $32; Seniors, $30; Students and active military, $16. See ad page 24. (843) 342-2057. hiltonheadtheatre.com. hiltonhead.com
The Importance of SALT MARSHES Courtesy of the Coastal Discovery Museum
Although mucky and smelly, the salt marsh is an important part of the Lowcountry. In actuality, the salt marsh produces more food for the environment than rain forests. The green grass that dominates the marsh is called salt marsh cord grass or Spartina. When this cord grass dies each winter and decomposes, its nutrients are released into the marsh mud, creeks, streams and even into the ocean. These nutrients begin the food chain for the entire Southeastern coastal area. So, the next time you enjoy a meal of shrimp, mussels, oysters, blue crab, stone crab or saltwater fish, thank the muddy salt marshes.
cCommunity Worship ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL CHURCH 3001 Meeting St. • 681-8333
SYNAGOGUE 4501 Meeting St. • 689-2178
ANGLICAN CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER 1 Mathews Dr., Ste. 101 • 815-5820
FIRST AFRICAN BAPTIST CHURCH 70 Beach City Rd. • 681-6427
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 2800 Main St. • 681-8713 CENTRAL CHURCH OF GOD 975 William Hilton Pkwy. • 686-5995 CENTRAL OAK GROVE BAPTIST 161 Mathews Dr. • 681-5784 CHAPEL WITHOUT WALLS 4501 Meeting St. • 815-2345 CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH 829 William Hilton Pkwy. • 785-5560 CHRISTIAN RENEWAL CHURCH 95 Gardner Dr. • 342-5433 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH 4 Park Lane • 785-9556 CHURCH OF CHRIST 23 Bow Circle • 686-2323 THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS 2800 Meeting St. • 681-6100 CONGREGATION BETH YAM hiltonhead.com
382 Squire Pope Rd. • 681-3678 NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 80 Gum Tree Rd. • 681-8327
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 100 S. Forest Beach Dr. • 785-4478
NORTH ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH 3800 Main St. • 689-3800
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 540 William Hilton Pkwy. • 681-3696
PROVIDENCE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 171 Cordillo Pkwy. • 842-5673
GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH 450 Spanish Wells Rd. • 681-6698
QUEEN CHAPEL A.M.E. 114 Beach City Rd. • 681-3315
HILTON HEAD KOREAN BAPTIST CHURCH 100 S. Forest Beach Dr. • 263-3006 HILTON HEAD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 235 William Hilton Pkwy. • 689-6362
RESURRECTION CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY CHURCH 296 Spanish Wells Rd. • 689-3625 ST. ANDREW BY-THE-SEA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 20 Pope Ave. • 785-4711
HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC CHURCH 24 Pope Ave. • 785-2895 ST. FRANCIS BY THE SEA CATHOLIC CHURCH ISLAND LUTHERAN CHURCH 45 Beach City Rd. • 681-6350 (MO. SYNOD) 4400 Main St. • 689-5200 ST. JAMES BAPTIST CHURCH 209 Beach City Rd. • 681-6446 LOWCOUNTRY COMMUNITY CHURCH ST. LUKE’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 21 Office Park Rd. • 681-3399 50 Pope Ave. • 785-4099 MT. CALVARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST 8 Park Lane • 341-2732 NOVEMBER 2013
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the silver garden
main street village
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Call individual stores for availability of featured merchandise. hiltonhead.com
island style With the holiday gift-giving season approaching, some may find the “art of shopping” somewhat overwhelming while others seem to be born to shop. Here on the Island and the surrounding Lowcountry shopping is always a delightfully fun and pleasant experience. The hundreds of specialty shops, boutiques and factory stores make it easy to find something that will delight and please everyone on your list no matter what their taste may be.
including the flattering tankinis from Penbrooke available in Missy and Plus sizes. 70 Pope Ave. (843) 842-9511 or tropicaloutfittershhi.com.
Island Quilters Located in Park Plaza just outside the main gate of The Sea Pines Resort, Island Quilters carries a full line of 100% cotton, quilting quality fabrics and notions. Stop in to see the large selection of batiks and designer fabrics or pick up a kit to easily create your own work of art. (843) 842-4500 or islandquilters.com.
Salty Dog T-Shirt Shops This month take advantage of The Salty Dog Winter Sale where you can buy 1, get 1, 1/2 off items of equal or lesser value on everything in the store at all 4 locations. The Salty Dog T-Shirt Factory at Tanger 2, (843) 837-5511, The Salty Dog T-Shirt Shop & Jake’s Cargo at South Beach in The Sea Pines Resort, (843) 671-2232 and The Salty Dog T-Shirt Factory on Arrow Rd., (843) 842-6331 or saltydog.com.
The Silver Garden This unique boutique offers wearable pieces of art including a large selection of vintage and southwestern jewelry. Sterling silver and copper are metals of choice. Designers, Jim and Linda Saylor, also offer re-design of jewelry as well as repairs at this on-site studio. New designs are added daily and special requested designs are welcomed. The Village Exchange, 32 Palmetto Bay Rd. (407) 595-2119 or thesilvergarden.net.
Birkenstock Barefootin’ Carrying a large variety of comfort and orthopedically correct shoes and accessories for men, women and children from FitFlop, Keen, Vibram, Olukai, Dansko along with Injinji socks and more, Birkenstock in Hilton Head Village now has the latest styles for fall and winter. Try the Earthies® line designed for women who care about their personal health and – when it comes to footwear – are not willing to compromise their appetite for fashion. 1460 Fording Island Rd. (843) 837-3562 or birkenstockbarefootin.com.
Camp Hilton Head With five locations, from Harbour Town Marina to Shelter Cove Harbour, “Take Hilton Head Home,” with a visit to Camp Hilton Head and Hilton Head Shirt Company. Since 1981, these popular stores have offered unique, imprinted resort wear for the whole family. Harbour Town, (843) 671-3600 or 671-4633; Shelter Cove Harbour, 842-3666; Coligny Plaza, 686-4877; South Beach General Store, 671-6784; Hilton Head Shirt Co. at The Fresh Market Shoppes, 686-5099 or camphiltonhead.com.
Designs by Cleo “Art you can wear,“ Designs by Cleo in The Gallery of Shops features a collection of bold and beautiful, one-of-a-kind jewelry handcrafted in sterling silver with freshwater pearls and/ or semi-precious gemstones. This boutique also offers one-of-a-kind hats, handbags and other unique gifts and accessories. 14 Greenwood Dr. (843) 342-7001.
Main Street Village Hilton Head Located just outside the gates of Hilton Head Plantation, off Hwy. 278, spend the day in this charming village shopping in specialty boutiques while you enjoy lunch… A place where you can talk with the shop owners while you complete your errands... Or dine with an endless variety… And top it all off with a sweet treat. Voted the Island’s Best Shopping! Your new favorite place! mainstreetvillagehhi.com.
Legacy Design Photographers Tropical Outfitters With T-shirts, sweatshirts, golf shirts, caps, sandals, jewelry, toys, beach gear and more, “everything under the sun” can be found at Tropical Outfitters in Circle Center. Don’t miss the “Fall Clearance” which is 10%-50% off merchandise! Tropical Outfitters carries the latest styles of resort wear for the whole family hiltonhead.com
Specializing in family beach portraits, Legacy Design Photographers can create treasured heirloom prints for you this holiday gift-giving season. These professional photographers capture magical moments on the beaches of Hilton Head Island for families, couples or individuals. Gift certificates are also available. (843) 686-3138 or legacydigital.com. NOVEMBER 2013 ISLAND EVENTS 29
cShopping BAIT & TACKLE
Blue Water TackleShop South Beach Marina Village in The Sea Pines Resort, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 S. Sea Pines Drive. T-shirts, charter fishing, bait, fishing tackle and crabbing supplies. Call for reservations and availability. See ad page 45. (843) 671-3060. bluewaterhhicom.
Palmetto Bay Watersports Palmetto Bay Marina, located at the foot of the Cross Island Pkwy. Bridge, K-18 on map. GPS: 86 Helmsman Way. Drinks, snacks, ice and frozen bait available. Free parking and no gate fees. See ad page 41. (843) 785-2345. palmettobaywatersports.com. CLOTHING – CHILDREN’S
offer the full line of “Life is good” products featuring jewelry, clothing for adults, youth, toddler and baby, as well as beach toys, hats, blankets, bibs, sippy cups, coloring books and lunch boxes. All powered by Optimism. Open daily at 10 a.m. See ad page 35. (843) 686-2330. CLOTHING – LADIES’ AND MEN’S
Camp Hilton Head Harbour Town (near the Lighthouse), H-8 on map. GPS: 149 Lighthouse Road; Shelter Cove Harbour, H-27 on map. GPS: 1 Shelter Cove Lane; Coligny Plaza (oceanside), C-18 on map. GPS: 1 North Forest Beach Drive. For the past 30 years, the latest styles in unique imprinted resort wear for kids and adults, as well as specialized Hilton Head gifts and souvenirs have been available to “Take Hilton Head Home.” Logoed casual clothing, hats, dresses and specialty items. Open daily. See ad page 2. (843) 671-3600, 671-4633, 842-3666, 686-4877. camphiltonhead.com.
Jake’s Shore Thing The Plaza at Shelter Cove (between Piggly Wiggly and Fuddrucker’s), G-27 on map. GPS: 32 Shelter Cove Lane. Hilton Head’s only “Life is good® Genuine Neighborhood Shoppe.” We 30 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
Hilton Head Shirt Company The Fresh Market Shoppes, G-22 on map. GPS: 890 William Hilton Parkway. A large selection of screenprinted T-shirts, sweatshirts, hiltonhead.com
cShopping jackets, shorts, hats, dresses, embroidered polo shirts, as well as souvenir and gift items for everyone. Imprinted and specialty clothing for the entire family. Open daily. See ad page 2. (843) 686-5099. camphiltonhead.com.
LARGEST SELECTION IN THE LOWCOUNTRY!
Jake’s Shore Thing The Plaza at Shelter Cove (between Piggly Wiggly and Fuddrucker’s), G-27 on map. GPS: 32 Shelter Cove Lane. Hilton Head’s only “Life is good® Genuine Neighborhood Shoppe.” We feature the full line of “Life is good” products, including clothing for the entire family, hats, mugs, bags, water bottles, golf balls, beach toys, dog items, jewelry and more. All powered by Optimism. Open daily at 10 a.m. See ad page 35. (843) 686-2330.
Outside Hilton Head The Plaza at Shelter Cove, G-27 on map. GPS: 32 Shelter Cove Lane; Palmetto Bluff, W-9 on map. GPS: 476 Mount Pelia Road. All you need for a great day Outside! Great selection of premier outdoor lines including The North Face, Patagonia, Columbia, Arc’teryx, Marmot, Ex Officio and more. The Island’s best selection of sandals from Olu Kai, Chaco, Rainbow, Reef and Keen. Sunglasses from Maui Jims, Costa Del Mar, Smith, Kaenon, Oakley and more. Sun protective clothing, beach tents and toys, kayaks and SUPs, a variety of luggage and sportswear for men and women. See ad page 41. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.com.
The Salty Dog T-Shirt Factory Located at South Beach Marina in Sea Pines Plantation, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 S. Sea Pines Drive; Arrow Road, H-18 on map. GPS: 67 Arrow Road; Tanger 2, Mainland on map. GPS: 1414 Fording Island Road. The Salty Dog Cafe has been a Hilton Head tradition since 1987. Available at 3 Hilton Head Island locations or online at saltydog.com. See ad pages 32-33 & Outside Back Cover. Sea Pines: Call for seasonal hours. (843) 842-6331 (Arrow Rd.), (843) 671-2232 (South Beach) and (843) 737-5511 (Tanger 2).
OR MORE One coupon per person/per day. Excludes Sale Items and UGG.
Tropical Outfitters Circle Center, C-17 on map. GPS: 70 Pope Avenue, Ste. K. The best beach shop on the Island, with the best prices. Everything under the sun and more. A large selection of T-shirts, (continued on page 34) hiltonhead.com
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Fun Starts at 4:00 pm Lowcountry cooking done right! All of your cookout favorites alongside great seafood. Plus, Live Music, Kid’s Fun and Jake the Salty Dog all outside on the deck!
Opens at 11:00 AM All-Day Specials. Complimentary Lowcountry Boil 7:00 - 9:00 PM. Happy Hour 4:00 - 6:00 PM.
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Opens at 11:00 AM We’ll be open! Call 843-671-CAFE for seasonal hours. Enjoy a lunch outside on the deck while sitting in the Fall air!
Thousands of lights convey South Beach’s Christmas spirit. Plus, FREE pictures CT ST EC ST with Santa Fridays & Celebrate the shrimp harvest Saturdays from 3:00 PM - with our 10 favorite shrimp 7:00 PM from November 29 recipes, each at a great until December 21. Call price. Try Voodoo, Red River 843-671-CAFE for more info. Buffalo, Savannah & more.
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hats, visors, sweatshirts, casual wear, specialty toys, beach accessories, Groovy Girls and Hilton Head souvenirs. Custom printing available. See ad page 9. (843) 842-9511. tropicaloutfittershhi.com. DESSERTS
The Island Fudge Shoppe Coligny Plaza, C-18 on map. GPS: 1 North Forest Beach Drive. The best homemade confections anywhere. Offering 16 flavors made fresh daily. Gift baskets and shipping available. Locally owned and operated. 10% off senior citizen discount. See coupon ad page 34. (843) 842-4280. islandfudge.com.
Sweet Frog Premium Frozen Yogurt Park Plaza Shopping Center, Office Park Road, F-17 on map. GPS: 33 Office Park Road. At Sweet Frog, you create your own combination of delicious soft-serve frozen yogurt, then top it off with any toppings you choose! The toppings bar is stocked fresh everyday with the best ingredients 34 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
for a light healthy treat, a swirling decadent dessert and everything in between! You pick the flavors, you add the toppings, you make it your way! Patio seating. Open 7 days, noon-10 p.m. See ad page 21. (843) 689-3764. GIFTS
The Blue Parrot Fine Gifts The Village at Wexford, Highway 278 at mile marker 10.5. F-19 on map. GPS: 1000 William Hilton Parkway. From the “Surprisingly affordable to the deliciously extravagant” The Blue Parrot Fine Gifts is filled with everything from paintings and sculpture to jewelry and fine craftwork. Featuring the Island’s only Pandora Shop-In-Shop which offers a complete line of Pandora jewelry and charms. Looking for a guy thing? Blue Parrot has handsome weathervanes and birdfeeders plus magnificent Tide Clocks in all shapes and sizes. Whether you are on vacation or an Island resident, make it a point to visit The Blue Parrot Fine Gifts. Open Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. See ad page 34. (843) 785-9877. blueparrotgifts.com.
Forsythe Jewelers The Shops at Sea Pines Center, E-8 on map. GPS: 71 Lighthouse Road. Enjoy the largest hiltonhead.com
selection ever of joyful MacKenzie-Childs terra cotta ceramicware, glassware and furniture. Offering gifts for gentlemen, home decor, baby boutique and bridal registry. See ad page 39. (843) 671-7070. forsythejewelers.biz.
Located at South Beach Marina in Sea Pines Plantation, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 S. Sea Pines Drive; Arrow Road, H-18 on map. GPS: 67 Arrow Road; Tanger 2, Mainland on map. GPS: 1414 Fording Island Road. The Salty Dog Cafe has been a Hilton Head tradition since 1987. Available at 3 Hilton Head Island locations or online at saltydog.com. See ad pages 32, 33 & Outside Back Cover. Sea Pines: Call for seasonal hours. (843) 842-6331 (Arrow Rd.), (843) 671-2232 (South Beach) and (843) 737-5511 (Tanger 2).
Jake’s Cargo Located at South Beach Marina in Sea Pines Plantation, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 S. Sea Pines Drive. Supplying gifts for pets and the people who love them. South Beach Marina’s biggest place to get all your favorite Salty Dog gear and pet souvenirs. Call for seasonal hours. See ad pages 32-33. (843) 671-5022. saltydog.com.
Jake’s Shore Thing The Plaza at Shelter Cove (between Piggly Wiggly and Fuddrucker’s), G-27 on map. GPS: 32 Shelter Cove Lane. Hilton Head’s only “Life is good® Genuine Neighborhood Shoppe.” We feature the full line of “Life is good” products, including clothing for the entire family, hats, mugs, bags, water bottles, golf balls, beach toys, dog items, jewelry and more. All powered by Optimism. Open daily at 10 a.m. See ad page 35. (843) hiltonhead.com
The Salty Dog T-Shirt Factory
South Beach General Store South Beach Marina Village in The Sea Pines Resort, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 South Sea Pines Drive. Convenience items, along with special gourmet products. Also “Fresh Produce” resort wear and a complete line of logoed clothing, hats, dresses, shirts and gifts for everyone. Open daily. See ad page 2. (843) 671-6784. camphiltonhead.com. JEWELRY
Designs by Cleo The Gallery of Shops, F-17 on map. GPS: NOVEMBER 2013
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Forsythe Jewelers The Shops at Sea Pines Center, E-8 on map. GPS: 71 Lighthouse Road. Since 1927, three generations have been dealing in quality, integrity and service. Offering unique jewelry, estate sales and unusual gifts. Specializing in custom designs, expert repairs and discreet jewelry brokerage. Look for us on Facebook. See ad page 39. (843) 671-7070. forsythejewelers.biz.
The Silver Garden The Village Exchange, G-17 on map. GPS: 32 Palmetto Bay Rd. Looking for wearable pieces of art? This unique sterling silver jewelry boutique offers handmade jewelry including a large selection of vintage and southwestern jewelry. Sterling silver and copper are metals of choice. 36 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
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Designers, Jim and Linda Saylor, also offer redesign of jewelry as well as repairs. New designs are added daily. Special requested designs are welcome and ask about wedding party jewelry designs. See ad page 35. (407) 595-2119 or thesilvergarden.net. OUTLETS
Hilton Head Shirt Company The Fresh Market Shoppes, G-22 on map. GPS: 890 William Hilton Parkway. A large selection of screenprinted T-shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, shorts, hats, dresses, embroidered polo shirts, as well as souvenir and gift items for everyone. Open daily. See ad page 2. (843) 686-5099. camphiltonhead.com.
Tanger Outlets Shop Tanger Outlets located 1 and 2 miles west of Hilton Head Island on Hwy. 278, Mainland on map. Tanger 1, GPS: 1270 Fording Island Rd.; Tanger 2, GPS: 1414 Fording Island Rd. Tanger 2 is open with over 45 brand name stores and Tanger 1 is now open with new stores and great buys. When shoppers hear the name Tanger, they know that it stands for great quality, huge selection and hiltonhead.com
cShopping outstanding value. Open Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.9 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.-6 p.m. See ad pages 4 & 5. (843) 837-5410. tangeroutlet.com.
sandals... All in great styles with the comfort and quality that Birkenstock is known for. See ad page 31. (843) 837-3562. birkenstockbarefootin.com.
Outside Hilton Head
Park Plaza Shopping Center, F-17 on map. GPS: 33-B Office Park Road. A full line of kits, fabrics, tools and notions for beginner to expert quilters can be found here. All fabrics are 100% cotton quilting quality. Open Tues.-Sat., 10 a.m.5 p.m. or by appointment. See ad page 37. (843) 842-4500. islandquilters.com.
The Plaza at Shelter Cove, G-27 on map. GPS: 32 Shelter Cove Lane; Palmetto Bluff, W-9 on map. GPS: 476 Mount Pelia Road. The Island’s fun and performance shoe source. Great fashions from UGG, Frye, Sport and performance from Keen, Solomon, The North Face, FiveFingers, Vasque, plus a huge selection of sandals from Olukai, Rainbow, Reef, Sanuk, Teva, Chaco and many more. See ad page 41. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.com.
In Hilton Head Village, off Hwy. 278 next to Tanger Outlet 2 and Old Navy, Mainland on map. GPS: 1460 Fording Island Road #140. We offer Birkenstock, Dansko, FitFlop, Olukai, Orthaheel, Keen, UGG, Vibram and many other amazing brands. Now carrying Injinji™ socks. From classic comfort sandals, shoes, clogs, fashion-trend sandals or water-resistant
Coligny Circle across from the beach, C-18 on map. GPS: 1 North Forest Beach Drive. Discover the Island’s true treasure. The Island’s first and foremost shopping destination. Over 60 stores and eateries for the entire family. Check our website for our entertainment schedule and live webcam. See ad page 30. (843) 842-6050. colignyplaza.com.
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ARIES Things aren’t exactly where you want them on the job? Practice patience. It’s OK to do the same thing over and over again; this kind of work ethic pays off in the long run. Socially, it’s time to meet new people. A Sagittarian makes a friendly overture this month. Accept.
ing to do too many things – romance, work, friends, family, hobbies and downtime. There’s time for it all, but not in one day. Use this month to take time out for yourself. The weekend is a great time to focus on romance, but if things don’t go the way you want, don’t force it.
TAURUS Too much work and no play isn’t good for anyone, Taurus. Especially not for someone who’s been going at it for as long and hard as you have. Take a break. Use this month to plan a special trip – and make it a long one. There will be plenty of time for work when you return!
SCORPIO Romance not going your way? Things can change this month, but it’s up to you. Are you going to keep dwelling on the past, or will you look to the future for happiness? It’s your choice. Don’t know where to look? Check right under your nose. You’ll like what you see.
GEMINI If finances aren’t looking
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SAGITTARIUS Got the blues? Try
too good this month, it may be time to make a new plan. Take time out to budget your expenses for the month – or the year. Feeling creative? Make a flowchart, and note where unaccounted-for pennies are going. You’ll probably be surprised with the outcome.
not to give in. Focus on things that make you feel happy. It’s a great time to make efforts in health and fitness. Start a diet. Go to the gym. Maybe even look into signing up for a class. Just don’t be afraid to put yourself first this month. It’s a wise investment.
CANCER This is not the month to be your usual practical self. It’s a month to treat yourself right. Work stressing you out? Call in sick, and enjoy some downtime. Your romantic outlook is good for the coming weeks, but move slowly if you want to secure victories in matters of the heart.
CAPRICORN Tired of trying to please an impossible boss? Don’t. Do things as you know how, and let him/her fix the rest. And, definitely don’t take the aggravation home with you. Also, if your boss happens to be a Taurus, watch out for meddling. Know where to draw the line, and stand by it.
LEO You seem to be doing a lot of talking lately, Leo, and not enough listening. Wise up. A Gemini friend comes to you for career advice. You have the chance for a starring role this month behind the scenes, instead of in the spotlight, like you’re accustomed to. Don’t blow it.
VIRGO Work isn’t everything. Practice telling yourself that over and over again this month. You’ll find things changing from stressful to dull often. That’s OK. Don’t forget you can make your own challenges outside the workplace. Plan things to look forward to. New romance looks promising. 38 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
AQUARIUS It’s your own fickleness that’s driving you crazy. Figure out what you really want. Trying new things has never been hard for you. It’s sticking to them that’s your problem. Advice? Slow down, and set aside a period of time for that new activity – and don’t back down until the time’s up. PISCES Feel like you’re just going through the motions in romance? Bring your heart back into the picture. You’re hit with some serious relationship questions. Think before you answer. Honesty and sincerity are the only ways to obtain the closeness you so desire. Weigh your options carefully. hiltonhead.com
See ad page 34. (843) 689-5455.
Main Street Village Hilton Head
GPS: 46 Old Wild Horse Road, P-27 on map. Dress like a million for pennies at the Litter Box. All proceeds benefit the Hilton Head Humane Association. You can shop anywhere, but you can’t save nearly as much as when you shop at The Litter Box Thrift Store. Great Selection, Great Savings, Great Cause. Open Mon.Sat., 10 a.m.-4 p.m. See ad page 37. (843) 842-6369.
Just outside the gates of Hilton Head Plantation, off Hwy. 278. GPS: 1500 Main Street. Spend the day in our charming village shopping in our specialty boutiques while you enjoy lunch… A place where you can talk with the shop owners while you complete your errands… Or dine with endless variety… And top it all off with a sweet treat. Voted the Island’s Best Shopping! Your new favorite place! See ad page 36. mainstreetvillagehhi.com or facebook.com/mainstreetvillagehhi. THRIFT STORES
Hospice Community Thrift Mathews Court (across from Port Royal Plaza), J-32 on map. GPS: 3 Mathews Court Suite A. Carrying a large selection of home furnishings, housewares, books and clothing, including a ladies boutique with designer apparel and accessories. Proceeds go to Hospice Care of the Lowcountry and other non-profit community needs. Free pick-up. Tues., Wed., Fri., 10 a.m.4 p.m.; Thurs., 12-4 p.m.; Sat., 10 a.m.-3 p.m. hiltonhead.com
The Litter Box
WINERIES / RETAIL SHOPS
Island Winery Off Mathews Drive, L-34 on map. GPS: 12 Cardinal Road #A. Our grapes are shipped to us from all over the world to produce high quality wines right here on Hilton Head Island. Visit our winery and enjoy a tasting. Our selection is sure to please, ranging from Old World vinted dry wines to our Low Country Specialty wines. Open Mon.-Sat., 12:30-5:30 p.m. Closed Sun. Happy Hour, Mon.-Thurs. from 4 p.m. Wine Flights & Cheese, Mon.-Sat., 12:30-2:30 p.m. Barrel Tastings, Fri., 4 p.m. See ad page 21. (843) 842-3141. islandwinery.com. NOVEMBER 2013 ISLAND EVENTS 39
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sales, repairs on all makes and models, as well as bicycle rentals. Open Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. See ad page 47. (843) 681-7532. bikedoctorhhi.com.
Hilton Head Bicycle Company
cActivities Behind New York City Pizza and Plantation Deli, D-18 on map. GPS: 81 Pope Avenue, Suite 6. 50% off rental of second bike with rental of first bike at regular price, on weekly rentals only. Free Island-wide delivery and pick-up, including Sea Pines, Shipyard, Palmetto Dunes, Forest Beach and Folly Field areas. Open 7 days. See ad page 48. (843) 785-7851. bicyclebilly.com.
The Bike Doctor, North End Mathews Drive, K-33 on map. GPS: 55 Mathews Drive, Suite 160. Our full service retail store has all of your cycling needs! We carry many highquality brands including Specialized, Raleigh, Diamond Back, Taxi Cruisers and more. We also offer the best quality service and repairs. Also offering bike rentals. We have a full range of sizes and accessories. Our rentals include free baskets, locks, child seats, delivery and pick-up. See ad page 47. (843) 681-7531. bikedoctorhhi.com.
The Bike Doctor, South End New Orleans Road, Suite B, E-18 on map. GPS: 31 New Orleans Road, Suite B. We continue to provide all the same great services as our north end store on Mathews Drive, including new bike 40 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
Arrow Rd., H-18 on map. GPS: 112 Arrow Road. Specializing in bike rentals, service and sales. No hidden costs â€“ free delivery/pick-up, baskets, child carriers and locks. Cruisers, mountain and tandem bikes. Helmets available. Exclusive dealer of Giant Bicycles. See ad page 42. (843) 686-6888. hiltonheadbicycle.com.
LowSea Bike, Beach & Baby Rentals The Sea Pines Resort. LowSea Bike, Beach and Baby Rentals is a fully-insured, family-owned and operated rental company. We provide clean, top-quality equipment and accessories for the entire family. We have bike rentals for the whole family, including bike trailers and child seats. We have a wide variety of baby items to rent, including cribs, high-chairs, strollers and much more. We also have many beach items to rent, including umbrellas and chairs. Free delivery, locks, baskets and pickup. 24-hour crib delivery. See ad page 55. (843) 384-9322. hiltonheadbikerental.com.
Paradise Beach Bikes Paradise Beach Bikes provides top quality, Jamis Taxi beach bikes and excellent customer service. hiltonhead.com
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cActivities We provide bike rentals for adults, teens and kids, child bike seats, kiddie carts and tag-alongs. We also rent beach chairs, beach carts and beach umbrellas as well as baby equipment. Our extensive rental baby equipment includes jogging strollers, high chairs, Pack and Play, swings and rockers. See ad page 47. (843) 715-9889. hhibikes.com.
Pedals Pope Avenue, D-18 on map. GPS: 71 Pope Avenue, #A. Hilton Head’s premier bike rentals. Tour the Island on men’s, ladies’, tall men’s, kids’, real BMX bikes, Burley Karts, mountain and hybrid bikes. Sales and service. Free delivery, free child carriers, locks and baskets. See coupon ad page 41. (843) 842-5522. pedalsbicycles.com.
Riding Tigers Bike Rentals The Bridge Shops, G-17 on map. GPS: 24 Palmetto Bay Road. The Island’s “Best Priced” bike rentals. New bikes you can enjoy riding while vacationing on Hilton Head Island. Call or stop in to reserve your bikes today. See ad page 44. (843) 686-5833. aaaridingtigers.com.
Vacation Comfort Bike Rentals Enterprise Lane, L-33 on map. GPS: 3C Enterprise Lane. Hilton Head’s most complete 42 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
bike rentals. Free locks, baskets and child carriers. Free delivery and pick-up. We also rent cribs, strollers, beach chairs, wheelchairs, umbrellas and more. See ad page 53. (843) 342-6673 or Toll Free (800) 655-9315. comfyrentals.com.
Yankee Pedaler Bike Rental Call for Island Events’ special. Rent two or more bikes for one week for only $16.95 each. Free locks and child carriers. Free Island-wide delivery. See ad page 45. (843) 785-2021. BOAT RENTALS/CRUISES & WATERSPORTS
Adventure Cruises Shelter Cove Harbour, H-26 on map. GPS: 1 Shelter Cove Lane. Dolphin watch nature cruises on the E/V Holiday. Convenient midIsland location just 10 minutes from anywhere. No gate fee, stay all day. Call for schedule and reservations. See ad page 47. (843) 422-2504.
Commander Zodiac South Beach Marina Village in The Sea Pines Resort, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 South Sea Pines Drive. Explore the marshlands and observe dolphins and other marine wildlife on our small, personalized tours. Combining the thrill of rafting and sheer pleasure of being so close with nature. Selected by Yahoo Travel, National Geographic, The Discovery Channel and the BBC as local nature guides. Celebrating over 25 years on Hilton hiltonhead.com
cActivities Head. Reservations required. See ad page 47. (843) 671-3344. commanderzodiac.com.
Dolphin Discoveries Departs from Simmons Landing, off Marshland Road, next door to Broad Creek Marina, K-22 on map. GPS: 11 Simmons Road. Flipper! Well, maybe it’s not the original Flipper, but we do have “Blackbeard,” “Choppy,” “Nick” and even little baby “Stripes.” Our dolphin friends seem to enjoy the close-up attention and we do guarantee that we will see dolphins! Our 22’ boat is rated for 14 people, but we limit our tours to 6 so that your family gets our undivided attention. Bring your camera... memories to last a lifetime! Couples welcome, too! See ad page 43. (843) 684-1911. dolphindiscoverieshiltonhead.com.
Dolphin Seafari Nature Cruises Palmetto Bay Marina, off Palmetto Bay Road, K-18 on map. GPS: 86 Helmsman Way. Interactive dolphin watch nature tours aboard our 15-passenger, USCG exploration vessel. Cruise among our neighboring islands to discover dolphins, waterfowl and marine life. See sea creatures up close as we pull a crab pot and unload our catch. Aquarium on-board seasonally. Call the “Friendliest Staff on the Island” for reservations. See ad page 41. (843) 785-2345. hiltonhead.com
FINATIC Shark Fishing & Dolphin Eco-Tours Shelter Cove Marina, G-27 on map. GPS: 1 Shelter Cove Lane. Brand spanking new, this 26-foot Carolina Skiff is capable of carrying up to 11 people comfortably. During each three hour trip you will get up close and personal with both sharks and porpoises. The Island is known worldwide as the dolphin capital of the East Coast. Our dolphins are so friendly you’ll think you’re at Marineland! The perfect trip for kids! Awesome sunset trips and Tuesday night fireworks Cruise. Charters for up to 11 persons. Ask about the special rates for six passengers or less. 3 Full Hours of Fintastic Fun! See ad page 51. (843) 842-7002 or 290-6955.
Gypsy South Beach Marina Village in The Sea Pines Resort, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 South Sea Pines Drive. We guarantee that dolphins will be seen on this trip. An environmental cruise featuring marshes, dolphins and more. Call for schedule and more information. Cruises leave from South Beach Marina, the closest marina to the ocean. See ad page 47. (843) 363-2900. hiltonheadboattours.com.
Outside Hilton Head Pinckney Island Wildlife Refuge, U-23 on map; Shelter Cove Marina, G-27 on map. GPS: 1 NOVEMBER 2013 ISLAND EVENTS 43
cActivities Shelter Cove Lane; Palmetto Bluff, W-9 on map. GPS: 476 Mount Pelia Road. The Island’s premier nature guide service since 1979. Daily dolphin tours, beachcombing cruises, Daufuskie Island excursions, private Island experiences and customdesigned days on the water. Boat rentals and water ski days, too. Small groups in comfortable boats with certified naturalist guides and Coast Guard captains. Family fun. See ad page 41. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.com.
Palmetto Bay Watersports Palmetto Bay Marina, located at the foot of the Cross Island Pkwy. Bridge, K-18 on map. GPS: 86 Helmsman Way. Splash into some fun and adventure on our new stand-up paddleboards, wave runners, motorboats, kayaks, 12’ personal fun boats and pontoon boats (19’ Triumph seats 8). Drinks, snacks, ice and frozen bait available. Free parking and no gate fees. Call the “Friendliest Staff on the Island” for reservations. (843) 785-2345. See ad page 41. palmettobaywatersports.com.
Stand-Up Paddleboarding with Outside Hilton Head Shelter Cove Marina, G-27 on map. GPS: 1 Shelter Cove Lane; Palmetto Bluff, W-9 on map. GPS: 476 Mount Pelia Road. Come try out the fastest growing watersport in the world. Safe, fun 44 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
and easy. Remarkable core workout, a cool thrill, simply a blast. We are the area’s stand-up paddleboard headquarters, offering daily clinics, rentals and group excursions. Offering a variety of boards and accessories exclusively at our Plaza at Shelter Cove shop. See ad page 41. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.com.
Tammy Jane Waterway Excursions At the docks of Hudson’s Seafood Restaurant, S-28 on map. GPS: 1 Hudson Road. This 2.0 hour cruise is perfect for birders, photographers and wildlife enthusiasts. Follow the Intracoastal Waterway and travel into the Pinckney National Wildlife Refuge in search of the Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin, while learning about our natural Lowcountry environment. The onboard Naturalist contributes to all wildlife sightings with information, local history and anecdotes. See ad page 44. For reservations and information, call (843) 384-7833. tammyjane.com.
COMEDY CLUBS Hilton Head Comedy & Magic Club Shelter Cove Harbour, “Top of the Kingfisher Showroom,” H-26 on map. GPS: 18 Harbourside Lane. The Hilton Head Comedy and Magic Club features nationally touring comedy-magicians and stand-up comedians appearing Tues., Wed., Thurs. and Sat. Every Fri. night the showroom is home to the smash-hit comedy game-show BONK, as seen in Las Vegas and around the hiltonhead.com
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world. Doors open at 7:30 p.m., showtime is 8 p.m. Limited seating, call for reservations. Rated “PG.” See ad page 19. (843) 681-7757. hiltonheadcomedymagic.com.
Shelter Cove Marina, G-27 on map. GPS: 1 Shelter Cove Lane; Palmetto Bluff, W-9 on map. GPS: 476 Mount Pelia Road. After a boat ride to a private and secluded island deep in the South Carolina backwaters, you will board kayaks and head up a pristine, calm-water creek. True wilderness, away from development. Ask to go on The Outback. Exclusively from Outside Hilton Head. See ad page 41. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.com.
DAUFUSKIE TOURS The Daufuskie Island History & Artisans Excursion Shelter Cove Marina, G-27 on map. GPS: 1 Shelter Cove Lane; Palmetto Bluff, W-9 on map. GPS: 476 Mount Pelia Road. Daily small group, all-inclusive tour to legendary Daufuskie Island. The program includes dolphin eco cruise, golf carts, interpretive historian-guide, stops at all significant Daufuskie sites, snacks and refreshments. See ad page 41. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.com.
Harbour Town Adventures Enviro Tours Taxi to Daufuskie Harbour Town Marina in The Sea Pines Resort, H-8 on map. GPS: 149 Lighthouse Road. Offering the quickest water taxi transportation to Daufuskie Island. Call for reservations. See ad page 55. (843) 363-BOAT (2628). harbourtownadventures.com.
Nature Cruise With Lunch or Dinner at Marshside Mama’s Palmetto Bay Marina, off of Palmetto Bay Rd., K-18 on map. GPS: 86 Helmsman Way. Cruise on the Dolphin Seafari to lunch or dinner on Daufuskie Island at Marshside Mama’s. See dolphins, waterfowl and marine life on your cruise over. Enjoy dinner, dancing and libations at Marshside Mama’s. Fun for the whole family. Call the “Friendliest Staff on the Island” for reservations. See ad page 41. (843) 785-2345. 46 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
The Outback Kayak Experience with Outside Hilton Head
FISHING Bayrunner Fishing Charters Shelter Cove Marina, G-27 on map. GPS: 1 Shelter Cove Lane. Capt. Miles Altman has more than 41 years experience fishing the waters surrounding Hilton Head Island. Capt. Miles will take you through the steps from hooking them, reeling them in, cleaning and cooking. Nothing is overlooked and he’s happy to answer any questions you may have regarding your Hilton Head charter fishing trip. See ad page 51. (843) 842-7002 or 290-6955. bayrunnerfishinghiltonhead.com.
Blue Water TackleShop South Beach Marina Village, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 South Sea Pines Drive. Offering charter fishing, bait, fishing tackle, crabbing supplies, marine accessories and T-shirts. Call for charter reservations and availability. See ad page 45. (843) 671-3060. bluewaterhhi.com.
Captain Hook Party Fishing Boat Shelter Cove Harbour (Dock C), H-26 on map. GPS: 1 Shelter Cove Lane. A 70 ft. party fishing boat offering 5 1/2 hour offshore wreck fishing trips. Price includes everything you need to catch hiltonhead.com
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THE DRIFTER 5 Hr.Trip, $67 Adults, 4 Hr.Trip, $62 Adults, $10 discount for children 12 & under. Rods, Reels, Bait Furnished
Come aboard the GYPSY for a relaxing, narrated tour on Calibogue Sound. We guarantee that dolphins will be seen on this trip. Adults $15, Children $7 (2 and under free)
Call for times and more information. ALL CRUISES LEAVE OUT OF SOUTH BEACH MARINA, THE CLOSEST MARINA TO THE OCEAN! 232 SOUTH SEA PINES DRIVE www.hiltonheadboattours.com hiltonhead.com
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cActivities fish. Full galley on board. Fun for the entire family. See ad page 46. (843) 785-1700. hiltonheadisland.com/captainhook.
Drifter South Beach Marina Village in The Sea Pines Resort, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 South Sea Pines Drive. Family fun boat for offshore fishing. Spend your time deep-sea fishing when you leave from the closest marina to the ocean. Rods, reels and bait furnished. Call for reservations. See ad page 47. (843) 363-2900. hiltonheadboattours.com.
FINATIC Shark Fishing & Dolphin Eco-Tours Shelter Cove Marina, G-27 on map. GPS: 1 Shelter Cove Lane. Brand spanking new, this 26-foot Carolina Skiff is capable of carrying up to 11 people comfortably. During each three hour trip you will get up close and personal with both sharks and porpoises. Wondering what kind of shark can be caught in three short hours? It may be a three foot blacktip shark or just as easily a three hundred pound monster! The perfect trip for kids! Awesome sunset trips and Tuesday night fireworks Cruise. Charters for up to 11 persons. Ask about the special rates for six passengers or less. 3 Full Hours of Fintastic Fun! See ad page 51. (843) 842-7002 or 290-6955. 48 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
Fishing Charters with Outside Hilton Head Shelter Cove Marina, G-27 on map. GPS: 1 Shelter Cove Lane; Palmetto Bluff, W-9 on map. GPS: 476 Mount Pelia Road. Fishing local waters since 1979! Outside Fishing Charters offer a choice of fast and stable boats. Fish inshore, near shore or offshore with experienced captains. Daily family fishing trips and shark fishing trips. Quality fly, spin and sport experiences. Year-round fishing for redfish, trout, cobia mackerel and tarpon. See ad page 41. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.com.
Kayak Fishing with Kayak Hilton Head End of Simmons Road on left side, off Marshland Road, next door to Broad Creek Marina, K-22 on map. GPS: 11 Simmons Road. Rent a kayak, bring a pole and our guides will direct you to the best spots to fish. Only $10/hour for single kayaks, $15/hour for double kayaks. Guided fishing tours available in the winter months. See ad page 43. For reservations and information, call (843) 684-1910. kayakhiltonhead.com.
Kayak Fishing with Outside Hilton Head Shelter Cove Marina, G-27 on map. GPS: 1 Shelter Cove Lane. Daily 3 hour kayak fishing excursions. Tours includes custom fishing kayak, bait, guide and tackle. All tours are conducted in state-of-the-art Hobie pedal drive kayaks. Tours scheduled around optimal tides. The ultimate in sport fishing. See ad page 41. (800) 686-6996. hiltonhead.com
Moneric Fishing Charters At the docks of the Chart House, off Squire Pope Road, S-28 on map. GPS: 2 Hudson Road. Let’s go fishin’. Captain Eric, a member of the North End Charter Fishing Fleet, the premier fishing and sailing fleet on the Island offers daily charter trips aboard the 27’ Key West and will customize your outing for up to 6 passengers: From a few hours, to all day for the fishing enthusiast. Bait, tackle and ice included. See ad page 42. (843) 816-0215 or 341-3742. moneric.com or northendcharterfleet.com.
Tammy Jane Charter Fishing At the docks of Hudson’s Seafood Restaurant, S-28 on map. GPS: 1 Hudson Road. Owneroperated, Tammy Jane Charters will take you into the broad waters of Port Royal Sound for family fishing fun! Offering 3- and 4-hour public trips year-round for 10 to 16 anglers, while private party fishing can be arranged on request. NEW in 2013: summer shark fishing trips from 5-8:00 p.m. All licenses, bait, tackle and ice are provided; just bring your cooler with snacks and beverages. See ad page 44. For reservations and information, call (843) 384-7833. tammyjane.com.
Tammy Jane ShrimpTrawling Expeditions At the docks of Hudson’s Seafood Restaurant, S-28 on map. GPS: 1 Hudson Road. In its 23rd year this flagship expedition is a unique Lowcountry experience. On this 3-hour trip, you will learn about the healthy salt marsh environment, explore different ecosystems and be introduced to the sea creatures pulled up in our nets. We will lower the net and trawl for shrimp while sharing about the life of today’s commercial shrimper. When the nets are raised the catch will be shared with the guests onboard. See ad page 44. For reservations and information, call (843) 384-7833. tammyjane.com.
GOLF Hilton Head National 60 Hilton Head National Dr., Bluffton. Mainland on map. GPS: 60 Hilton Head National Drive, Bluffton. Hilton Head National is unusual in that two of the game’s most heralded architects have collaborated to create this unique golf experience. With a combination of rolling greens, a variety of bunker complexes and generous fairways, Hilton Head National is a playerfriendly course; but, can also test the best players from the Black tees. Golf experts and local residents alike continually recognize the National with accolades on a yearly basis. See ad page 57. (843) 842-5900. golfhiltonheadnational.com.
HISTORIC HOMES Rose Hill Mansion Rose Hill Plantation, Highway 278, Bluffton, hiltonhead.com
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The Fantastic Flounder By Capt. Miles Altman, Bayrunner Fishing Charters
November is an ideal time to reel in this tasty fish.
Photo provided by Capt. Miles Altman
A master of camouflage, the flounder is one of the oddest looking fish swimming in our local waters. A flat fish with both eyes on one side of its body, the flounder has the capability of altering its coloration to match the bottom of the ocean, where it lies in wait for its prey. Jaws full of sharp teeth expand to facilitate the lightning-quick strike, which is usually followed by returning to the bottom to savor its catch. This behavior can puzzle an angler who is fortunate enough to hook a flounder. When drifting a bait on a cork, the cork will often stop as if it were stuck on the bottom. When casting an artificial, the flounder bite feels like a snag. As you reel the flounder in, it may feel like dead weight initially, until the fish starts to battle. Then, hold on! Using its flatness and muscle, the flounder can put up a great fight. Flounder are not born with both eyes on one side of their body. They go through a metamorphosis, which occurs when they transition from the larval state to the juvenile state. The top side of the fish, where the eyes are, is dark while the bottom side is white. I have seen some flounder that were partially dark on the bottom, but this is a rare sight. One thing is for sure: most people know how delicious the flounder is, which explains why it is widely sought commercially and highly valuable. 50 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
Locally, the flounder is a pleasant surprise to anglers chasing the more readily available speckled trout and redfish. To our north – from Myrtle Beach to New York – anglers are blessed with better flounder fishing as they tend to school up more so than here. Occasionally, large numbers can be caught at the offshore reefs near Hilton Head Island. However, inshore gigging tends to be a more efficient method of procuring better numbers of flounder. The weather has cooled and so has the water, offering better clarity. November through January is a great season for artificial baits such as the soft plastic Gulp variety, the screwtail and paddle tail plastic jigs. There is certainly an abundance of speckled trout and redfish around at this time of year. If you’re lucky, that “snag” you feel on your line just might turn out to be a bonus flounder! Happy fishing! Capt. Miles Altman of Bayrunner Fishing Charters has more than 41 years experience fishing the waters surrounding Hilton Head Island. Don’t miss the new “Finatic” boat, which can accommodate up to 12 passengers and features a special threehour shark/dolphin eco-tour trip. Contact Miles at 843-290-6955 to book an unforgettable inshore or offshore charter fishing trip, departing from Shelter Cove Marina. hiltonhead.com
cActivities Mainland on map. GPS:199 Rose Hill Way. Tour the South’s most beautiful plantation. The main house is a Gothic Revival-style home built circa 1858 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Enjoy refreshments and Southern hospitality while admiring the beautiful home and grounds. Tours daily. $25, Adults; $5, Children. Luncheon tours are available for groups of ten or more, $35. Call for reservations. See ad page 48. (843) 757-6046. rosehillmansion.com.
HORSEBACK RIDING Lawton Stables The Sea Pines Resort, F-12 on map. GPS: 190 Greenwood Dr. Guided trail rides through the scenic Sea Pines Forest Preserve. Perfect for adults and children over 8 years old. Pony rides for children 7 and under. A small animal farm your kids will love! A “must visit” while on Hilton Head Island. Home of the International Riding Academy (iridingacademy.com) and the Wish Upon a Horse Therapeutic Riding Center (wishuponahorsehhi.org.) See ad page 53. (843) 671-2586. lawtonstableshhi.com.
KAYAK RENTALS AND NATURE TOURS Alligator & Wildlife Tour hiltonhead.com
Harbour Town Marina in The Sea Pines Resort, H-8 on map. GPS: 149 Lighthouse Road. Enjoy a onehour guided tour of the pristine fresh water lakes of the Sea Pines Resort Forest Preserve (over 600 acres) on a safe and stable 12 passenger Electric boat, narrated by an experienced Low Country Tour Guide. Get a close up view of Hilton Head's indigenous plant and animal life including the native American Alligator. The tour offers phenomenal photo opportunities. Reservations required. See ad page 53. (843) 686-5323. h2osports.com.
Harbour Town Adventures Enviro Tours Harbour Town Marina in The Sea Pines Resort, H-8 on map. GPS: 149 Lighthouse Road. Harbour Town Adventures Enviro Tours, formerly H2O Enviro Tours, offer dolphin tours of the Calibogue Sound on hard Zodiac boats. Offering dolphin/nature tours, sunset tours, beachcombing trips, Daufuskie transportation or customized trips where you design your own itinerary. Call for reservations. See ad page 55. (843) 363-BOAT (2628). harbourtownadventures.com.
Kayak Hilton Head (Broad Creek location) End of Simmons Road, off Marshland Road, next to Broad Creek Marina, K-22 on map. GPS: 11 Simmons Road. Lots of dolphins... “Blackbeard,” “Nick” and little baby “Stripes.” We specialize in family and recreational (continued on page 55) NOVEMBER 2013
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Great White Sharks By Kathleen McMenamin, Master Naturalist,H2O Sports
These apex predators can be found in the ocean off the coast of South Carolina.
the ocean floors.
Photo by Terry Goss, ©2006, http://en.wikipedia.org
Great White Sharks are magnificent top predators found along almost all coastlines of the world. These creatures are thought of as dangerous “people eaters” due to Hollywood portrayals. However, Great Whites aren’t interested in humans. In fact, Great White attacks happen by accident, when these giant fish mistake humans for seals or other marine mammals they prey upon. Humans don’t taste good to Great Whites, so in most cases they bite and then move on. Carchardon carcharias share an ancestry dating back 400 million years. Their ancient ancestors, Megalodon, are considered to be older than dinosaurs. Great Whites have large torpedoshaped bodies with strong tails, enabling them to swim up to 35 miles an hour. They can live to be up to 60 years old, reach up to 20 feet in length and weigh up to 5,000 pounds. Males will mature when they are 10 years old, while females mature at the age of 16. Great Whites prefer cooler waters and have one of the largest, most diverse migration patterns of any animal. Great White sharks are intelligent creatures with six senses that are highly tuned for their predatory lifestyle. They have an acute sense of smell and can detect one drop of blood per 10 billion drops of water. Their ears are small slits located behind and above their eyes which sense vibrations from a great distance. They also have specific ear stones which sense gravity and allow them to orient themselves in the water. The Great White’s retinas are divided into two parts, providing acute vision by day and by night. Their sense of touch allows them to feel vibrations in the water from up to 820 feet away. Their sense of taste is also sharp due to taste buds located throughout their entire mouths. Their sixth sense is electro-perception, which they use for navigation across the ocean. Specialized pores located on the underside of their snout allow them to feel electrical currents along 52 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
Great White Sharks are considered to be a Threatened Vulnerable species. Humans are the most common predator to Great Whites. These creatures are often killed due to “catch casualties” by commercial fishermen. They’re also hunted for their fins, which are made into soup in many countries. Pollution in the ocean, including heavy metals and toxins, is also causing declines in population among the Great White species. Ocean Research, a group of scientists and researchers interested in learning more about Great White behavior and migration patterns, have tagged Great White Sharks along the U.S. Atlantic coast and South Africa. Information is used to learn about the biology and health of these creatures. According to Ocean Research, three Great Whites have been spotted off the South Carolina coast: Genie, a 14.8-foot female weighing 2,292 pounds; Lydia, a 14.6-foot female weighing 2,000 pounds; and Mary Lee, a 16-foot female weighing 3,456 pounds. Mary Lee, in particular, has spent a lot of time off of our Southern coast. Her tag identified her at the mouth of the Port Royal Sound in South Carolina on Thanksgiving of 2012 and placed her along the coastline of Jacksonville Beach in Florida in January of 2013. For more information about our local Great Whites, visit www.OCEARCH.org. This site contains up-to-date information about the location and behaviors of five Great Whites, three Makos, three Bull Sharks and one Blue Shark swimming along the U.S. Atlantic Coast. The H2O Nature Center focuses on the wildlife and habitats of the South Carolina Lowcountry. Offering eco adventure tours, live animal exhibits, educational programs and hands-on displays, The H2O Nature Center is a great place to spark curiosity and inspire learning in all ages. To make reservations for the Alligator and Wildlife Tour, please call (843) 686-5323. For details about other water activities offered by H2O Sports, visit H2OSports.com. hiltonhead.com
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Amazing Oysters By Jessie Renew, Outside Hilton Head
These bivalves are deeply rooted in the history, lore and culture of the Lowcountry.
As the air temperature drops in November, so too does the water temperature. This colder aquatic environment leads to a slowing of the growth of plankton and, consequently, clearer water. It also facilitates the annual dying off of the spartina alterinflora, which turns the bright green marsh grass of summer into a still, dead savannah. Most importantly, however, November marks the peak of oyster season. In the Lowcountry, there’s only one way to eat oysters – at an oyster roast. A grill is typically set up over open flame, the oysters are placed on that grill and then covered in a wet burlap sack. The wet burlap seals in the heat and steams the oysters. You know they’re done when they just pop open. The steamed oysters are dumped on a table, which is outfitted with shucking knives, rags, paper towels, lemon slices, saltines and various condiments. Everyone gathers around the table and, holding the oyster carefully with a rag, uses the knife to pry the oysters open and reveal their juicy meat. What a great way to enjoy being outside this month! The oyster shells are collected separately from the other trash, and taken either to an Oyster Shell Recycling Facility or put back in a salt river. The shells will weather on the riverbed, and the calcium they contain will become available for growing oysters to absorb. Oyster shell recycling is vital to maintaining a healthy oyster population. Oyster season in South Carolina runs from September through April – all the months that contain the letter “R.” In the summer, warm water facilitates the fast breeding and growing of many tiny plants and animals that are suspended in our waters. Some species of summertime plankton are bacteria (and most are harmless), but some are harmful to humans if ingested. Oysters are filter feeders, passing gallons of water through 54 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
their bodies each day, filtering out particles for food. For this reason, they are better eaten when it’s too cold for harmful bacteria to grow in the water, and ultimately, to enter the oysters’ bodies. To harvest oysters, it is best to see a professional. The thin calcified layers of the oyster shell are very, very sharp and require skill and equipment to harvest correctly. Bluffton, South Carolina is home to the last hand-shucking oyster house on the Eastern Seaboard, The Bluffton Oyster Company. The Toomer family has been in the business for generations and takes special care to protect the delicate species they harvest. Oysters can live for up to 30 years and grow to be more than a foot long, but most of the oysters around here aren’t quite that big. Oysters start out as free floating plankton, then attach themselves to whatever looks like it isn’t going anywhere, most often other oysters. There they stay for their entire lives. Oysters have few natural predators, since their tough shell keeps most things out. Since they can’t move, these bivalves are susceptible to changes in salinity and water quality. A flood or a drought can kill miles of oyster beds. Competition for space on a mud bank is another threat to the oyster. New oysters can slowly bury older oysters until they suffocate and die. Oysters are deeply rooted in the ecology, history and culture of the Lowcountry. The cooler months are a great time to take one of Outside Hilton Head’s history and culture tours and learn more about the natural environment that makes the Lowcountry so fascinating. For more than 30 years, Outside Hilton Head has provided personalized adventures for all ages, from kayak, fishing, nature and dolphin tours to kids’ camps, history excursions, family outings and stand-up paddle boarding. Don’t miss the guided full moon kayak tour, which explores the saltmarsh. (843) 686-6996 or outsidehiltonhead.com. hiltonhead.com
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kayaking. In the winter when temperatures are cool, kayaking is one of the best activities on the Island. Relax and enjoy being on the water while seeing dolphins and all the other fun wildlife that lives here! Tours daily. Rentals from $10/hr. See ad page 43. (843) 684-1910. kayakhiltonhead.com.
Outside Hilton Head Three departure locations: Shelter Cove Marina, G-27 on map. GPS: 1 Shelter Cove Lane; Hudson’s Restaurant, off Squire Pope Rd., S-28 on map. GPS: 1 Hudson Road; Palmetto Bluff, W-9 on map. GPS: 476 Mount Pelia Road. Daily guided kayak tours, dolphin cruises, back water boating adventures, stand up paddleboard clinics and tours, Daufuskie and Bluffton historic tours, surf camps, kids and teen activities, kayak fishing and rentals of kayaks, SUPS and surfboards. Kayak with dolphin, egrets, herons, eagles, otters and the entire salt marsh eco-system. See why hundreds of thousands have paddled with Outside Hilton Head over the past 35 years. See ad page 41. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.com.
Outside Palmetto Bluff Palmetto Bluff, W-9 on map. GPS: 476 Mount Pelia Road. The only outfitter on the May River. Daily hiltonhead.com
kayak tours and rentals through the Southeast’s most pristine waterways. See ad page 41. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.com.
Palmetto Bay Watersports Palmetto Bay Marina, located at the foot of the Cross Island Parkway Bridge, K-18 on map. GPS: 86 Helmsman Way. Come out on the water with our local, experienced naturalists and glide across the pristine waters of Broad Creek while enjoying a guided kayak nature tour. No experience necessary. Great family fun. Call the “Friendliest Staff on the Island” for reservations. See ad page 41. (843) 785-2345. palmettobaywatersports.com.
Pinckney Island Wildlife Refuge Kayak Center At Hudson’s Restaurant Off Squire Pope Road, S-28 on map. GPS: 1 Hudson Road.; Palmetto Bluff, W-9 on map. GPS: 476 Mount Pelia Road. Daily kayak tours through the waters of the Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge. Tours led by experienced guides and naturalists in a safe, comfortable sea kayak. Learn about the rich history of the Port Royal Sound, the “North End” of Hilton Head and surrounding islands. See ad page 43. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.com.
MINIATURE GOLF Adventure Cove Family Fun Center Hwy. 278 and Folly Field Road, mile marker 6, NOVEMBER 2013
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Learning from Baseball and Tennis By Doug Weaver, Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort
... November is an ideal month to tee off on Hilton Head’s championship golf courses
your airways, these muscles contract and force the air out of your lungs. Photography by Rob Tipton/Boomkin Productions
Sitting behind first base at an Atlanta Braves game, I had a great view of the batters as they hit the ball. I realized that, in many ways, the impact when the batter hits the ball looks the same as the impact when a golfer hits the ball on the PGA Tour. Here’s a quick checklist to keep in mind when hitting a golf ball effectively: 1. An outside observer can see the belt buckle moving to the target, creating centrifugal force 2. Centrifugal force straightens and extends your left arm 3. A good 80% of your weight is on your left foot 4. Your head remains to the right of the ball 5. The right heel is coming off the ground 6. The right knee is pivoting toward the target There’s a lot golfers of all skill levels, from amateurs to pros, can learn from other sports. You may be surprised to learn that tennis players tend to make great golfers. The major reasons are the similarities in the mechanics involved in both sports. The forehand in tennis is a rotation to the back foot and then a rotation to the front foot. The same core muscles do the work in a proper golf swing. Every time a tennis player strokes a forehand they’re developing those muscles. Take your hands and place them on the sides of your trunk above the belt line and below your ribs. Now laugh and feel the contraction of the oblique muscles. This muscle squeezes your lungs and forces the air out of your lungs for a hearty laugh. The same action takes place when you cough. Triggered by the need to clear 56 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
Tennis superstar Rafael Nadal has developed the oblique muscles and increased his racket speed considerably. Grand Slam winners who have pursued competitive golf include Ivan Lendl, Leyton Hewitt and Stan Smith. Tennis players have a head start in learning proper golf. I invite you to give your knees a rest and begin the natural transition to golf. You can learn to be an athletic golfer like Bobby Riggs, who visited Palmetto Dunes Resort frequently in the ‘70s and ‘80s. Mr. Riggs would play tennis in the morning, eat lunch and (without changing clothes) go to the driving range looking for a golf game. Jack Nicklaus broke down a barrier separating the active tennis players and the perceived nonathletic golfers who rode in carts or walked. When Nicklaus built a tennis court in his back yard, and a photograph of him playing tennis with his family appeared in a national magazine, people began mixing the sports in their agendas. Now, we know the two games complement each other quite well. The bottom line: you’ll play better tennis if you play golf and vice versa. With cooler temperatures settling in and plenty of sunny days, November is an ideal month to tee off on Hilton Head’s championship golf courses. Make the most of your time on the course this season. I hope to see you out on the green! A former PGA Touring pro, Doug Weaver is the Director of Instruction at the Palmetto Dunes Golf Academy. He conducts “Where Does the Power Come From?,” a free clinic and demonstration, every Monday at 4 p.m. (843) 785-1138, (800) 827-3006 or palmettodunes.com. hiltonhead.com
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cActivities H-32 on map. GPS: 18 Folly Field Road. Adventure Cove, under new ownership, offers excitement for all ages with 36 challenging holes of adventure golf on two Caribbean style courses. Come inside and test your skills at the Island’s largest ARCADE. Family Fun Fore Everyone. See ad page 49. (843) 842-9990. adventurecove.com.
habitats of the South Carolina Lowcountry. People of all ages are invited to have fun, while learning and discovering the natural world. See ad page 53. (843) 686-5323. h2osports.com.
SIGHTSEEING TOURS Gullah Heritage Trail Tours
Hwy. 278, mid-Island, next to Fresh Market Shoppes, G-22 on map. GPS: 900 William Hilton Parkway.; Pope Avenue, next to Circle Center, D-17 on map. GPS: 80 Pope Avenue. Play the Island’s best miniature golf courses. Our sand traps and water hazards make “Legendary” the most realistic miniature golf on the Island. The most challenging, most exciting putting courses. See coupon ad page 53. (843) 785-9214 or 686-3399.
Departs from the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn, N-27 on map. GPS: 70 Honey Horn Drive. Experience the Gullah culture of Hilton Head Island on a 2-hour narrated tour of ten neighborhoods established during the Civil War. Highlights include: Gullah Family Compounds, Old Debarkation Point (used before the bridge was built), Old One-Room School House, Plantation Tabby Ruins, Historic Marker of First Freedom Village. The Gullah culture is manifested in family, lifestyle, food ways, language and folklore. See coupon ad page 45. (843) 681-7066. gullaheritage.com.
Segway of Savannah
H2O Nature Center Harbour Town Marina in The Sea Pines Resort, H-8 on map. GPS: 149 Lighthouse Road. The perfect resource for apparel, gifts, bike rentals and fishing gear. Our live-animal exhibits, educational programs and hands-on displays are sure to spark curiosity and inspire learning in all ages. The Nature Center focuses on the wildlife and hiltonhead.com
234 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Savannah, GA. Take a daytrip to Historic Savannah and explore the city on Segway’s Personal Transporter, an electric self-balancing device that allows you to see the city on your own. Formal historic tours by a certified Savannah tour guide and a fun way to see the sights and sounds. See ad page 45. (912) 233-3554. segwayofsavannah.com. NOVEMBER 2013
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cDirectory of Advertisers
ACTIVITIES Adventure Cove Family Fun Center Pg. 49 Adventure Cruises Pg. 47 Alligator & Wildlife Tour Pg. 53 Bayrunner Fishing Charters Pg. 51 Bicycle Billy’s Pg. 48 The Bike Doctor Pg. 47 Blue Water TackleShop Pg. 45 Captain Hook Pg. 46 Commander Zodiac Pg. 47 Dolphin Discoveries Pg. 43 Dolphin Seafari Pg. 41 Drifter Pg. 47 FINATIC Shark Fishing & Dolphin Eco-Tours Pg. 51 Gullah Heritage Trail Tours Pg. 45 Gypsy Pg. 47 H2O Nature Center Pg. 53 Harbour Town Adventures Enviro Tours Pg. 55 Hilton Head Bicycle Company Pg. 42 Hilton Head National Pg. 57 Kayak Hilton Head Pg. 43 Lawton Stables Pg. 53 Legendary Golf Pg. 53 LowSea Bike, Beach & Baby Rentals Pg. 55 MonEric Fishing Charters Pg. 42
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Nature Cruise with Lunch or Dinner at Marshside Mama’s Pg. 41 Outside Hilton Head Pg. 41 Outside Palmetto Bluff Pg. 41 Palmetto Bay Watersports Pg. 41 Paradise Beach Bikes Pg. 47 Pedals Pg. 41 Riding Tigers Bike Rentals Pg. 44 Rose Hill Mansion Pg. 48 Segway of Savannah Pg. 45 Tammy Jane Charter Fishing & Shrimp Trawling Pg. 44 Tammy Jane Waterway Excursions Pg. 44 Vacation Comfort Bike Rentals Pg. 53 Yankee Pedaler Bike Rental Pg. 45
Ela’s Blu Water Grille Pg. 23 The Electric Piano Bar Pg. 22 Five Guys Pg. 14 Hilton Head Brewing Company Pg. 14 Hilton Head Comedy & Magic Club Pg. 19 It’s Greek To Me Pg. 17 Kingfisher Seafood, Pasta & Steak House Pg. 15 Land’s End Tavern Pgs. 32-33 The Market Street Cafe Pg. 22 The Salty Dog Cafe Pgs. 32-33 Santa Fe Café Pg. 18 Stellini Italian Restaurant Pg. 19 The Wreck of The Salty Dog Pgs. 32-33
LODGING & REAL ESTATE
Hilton Head Accommodations Pg. 7 Resort Source Timeshare Resales Pg. 7 South Beach Inn & Vacation Rentals Pgs. 32-33
Birkenstock Barefootin’ Pg. 31 The Blue Parrot Fine Gifts Pg. 34 Camp Hilton Head Pg. 2 Coligny Plaza Pg. 30 Designs By Cleo Pg. 37 Forsythe Jewelers Pg. 39 Hilton Head Shirt Company Pg. 2 Hospice Community Thrift Pg. 34 Island Fudge Shoppe Pg. 34 Island Quilters Pg. 37 Island Winery Pg. 21 Jake’s Cargo Pgs. 32-33 Jake’s Shore Thing Pg. 35 The Litter Box Pg. 37 Main Street Village Pg. 36 Outside Hilton Head Pg. 41 Salty Dog T-Shirt Factory Pgs. 32-33 & 64 The Silver Garden Pg. 35 South Beach General Store Pg. 2 Sweet Frog Premium Frozen Yogurt Pg. 21 Tanger Outlets Pgs. 4 & 5 Tropical Outfitters Pg. 9
ARTS & SERVICES 2013 The Nutcracker Pg. 26 Arts Center of Coastal Carolina Pg. 59 Arum Spa at the Sonesta Resort Pg. 24 Fountain Spa Pg. 27 HiltonHead.com Pg. 63 Legacy Design Photographers Pg. 25 South Carolina Repertory Company Pg. 24
DINING & LOUNGES Captain John’s Galley at The Salty Dog Cafe Pgs. 32-33 Captain Woody’s Pg. 17 Casey’s Sports Bar & Grill Pg. 19 Chart House Pg. 18 Crazy Crab Pg. 3
With show-stopping dance numbers performed to such classics as “We’re in the Money” and “Lullaby of Broadway,” this quintessential tap-dancing production tells the story of a small town chorus girl who steps into the starring role to save the show-within-a-show.
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Outdoor Resorts RV Park
The Beachwalk Hotel
The Beach House
Comfort Inn South
The Metropolitan Hotel
Marriott’s Grand Ocean Resort
South Beach Marina Inn
The Inn At Harbour Town
Marriott’s Harbour Club
Marriott’s Heritage Club
Hilton Head Harbour RV Resort & Marina
Daufuskie Island Resort & Spa
Marriott’s Welcome Center
The Westin Resort & Spa
Marriott’s Barony Beach Club
Hilton Head Beach & Tennis
Hilton Head Resort
Main Street Inn & Spa
Quality Inn & Suites
Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort
Marriott’s Harbour Point & Sunset Pointe
Hilton Head Marriott Resort & Spa
Omni Hotel & Resort
Hilton Head Suites
Red Roof Inn
Park Lane Hotel & Suites
Outdoor Resorts RV Park
Bluewater Resort & Marina
The Spa On Port Royal Sound
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cEvents Puzzle ACROSS CLUES 1. Angler does this. 5. Southern favorite, pecan ____ roll. 8. The left hand side of a ship. 12. Can be found in The Forest Preserve, white tailed ____. 13. Psychic Vision – Psychic readers will help you on ____ matters of life. 14. Upon. 15. South Beach Inn & Vacation Rentals in ____ Pines. 16. Students for Democratic Action: Abbr. 17. Main Street Village – Your ____ Favorite Place! 18. Dolphin Seafari Nature Cruises – See sea creatures up close as we pull a crab ____. 20. Upper Atmosphere. 22. Commander Zodiac for the sheer pleasure of being so ____ with nature. 25. Outside Hilton Head’s Daufuskie Island Excursions with golf cart ____. 26. Biblical name. 29. The Island Fudge Shoppe – Try ____ homemade chocolates! 30. The Drifter – ____, reel and bait furnished. 32. A pleasure cruiser. 34. Casey’s Sports Bar & Grille at 37 New Orleans ____: Abbr. 35. Adventure Cruises – ____ gate fee. 36. Island Quilters – A full line of kits and fabrics can ____ found here. 37. Electrical engineer: Abbr. 38. Man’s nickname. 39. Dolphin Discoveries – We ____ guarantee that we will see dolphins! 40. Transactional analysis: Abbr. 42. Golfer ____ Sabbatini. 44. The Litter Box – All proceeds ____ to improve the lives of animals. 45. Jake’s Cargo – South Beach Marina’s biggest place to ____ all your Salty Dog gear. 46. LPGA’s __ __ Eathorne. 48. The Bike Doctor – ____ have a full range of sizes and accessories. 49. Gullah Heritage Trail Tours for a ____ hour narrated tour of ten neighborhoods. 50. It’s Greek To Me – Enjoy ____ array of Greek specialties and authentic dishes. 51. Tammy Jane Waterway Excursions – See bottle ____ dolphin. 53. The Salty Dog T-Shirt Factory at three HHI locations ____ online. 54. Sunken track. 56. Take one in the pool. 57. Altar constellation. 58. South Beach General ____. 61. Not applicable: Abbr. 62. Captain Woody’s with $3 game 62 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013
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____ drinks. 63. Arched bone. DOWN CLUES 1. Compact disc: Abbr. 2. Advanced Encryption Standard: Abbr. 3. The Silver Garden – Come ____ our new HHI bangles and charms! 4. Legendary Golf – Our sand ____ and water hazards make for realistic miniature golf. 5. Final. 6. Island Winery – Our selection ranges from ____ World dry wines to Lowcountry specialty wines. 7. Kingfisher – Get a $2.99 ____ of wine at Happy Hour. 8. Lawton Stables – ____ rides for children 7 and under. 9. Designs by Cleo for ____ of a kind jewelry designs. 10. Ready-to-wear: Abbr. 11. Captain Hook Party Fishing Boat – Price includes everything you need ____ catch fish. 19. Over: Poetic. 21. Moneric Fishing Charters offer daily charter trips aboard the 27’ ____ West. 22. Hilton Head Bicycle ____. 23. You can find one at Blue Water TackleShop. 24. Five Guys – ____ online at www.fiveguys.com! 25. Chinese plant. 26. Palmetto Bay Watersports with
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drinks, snacks, ____ and frozen bait available. Blood factor. At Sweet Frog, you add the toppings, you make ____ your way! The Electric Piano Bar – The ____ Dueling Piano Shows on Hilton Head Island. Abonnement: Abbr. ELA’s Blu Water Grille – Docking fees ____ free with dinner reservations. Hilton Head Comedy & Magic Club – ____ open at 7:15 p.m. Jake’s Shore Thing – Open daily at ____ a.m. Island Winery – Barrel Tastings ____ 4 p.m. To be indebted. Gigawatt: Abbr. You’ll see at least one at the Alligator & Wildlife Tours: Slang. LowSea Bike, Beach ____ Baby Rentals. Rose Hill Mansion – Please ____ us today! A shallow flat receptacle. Visit Fountain ____ for a massage or facial. Anglo-Saxon coin. Volunteers University: Abbr. Stellini Italian Restaurant – See ____ for money saving offer. The Ocean State: Abbr. Examination Board: Abbr.
Puzzle Answer on Page 36.
Salty Dog T-Shirt Factory at Tanger 2 1414 Fording Island Rd. • 843-837-5511 Salty Dog T-Shirt Shop & Jake’s Cargo 232 S Sea Pines Drive • 843-671-2232 Salty Dog T-Shirt Factory on Arrow Road 67 Arrow Road • 843-842-6331 CALL FOR SEASONAL HOURS DIRECTIONS TO ARROW RD: Exit the Sea Pines traffic circle onto Palmetto Bay Rd. Take a right at the first traffic light onto Target Rd. Take a left onto Arrow Rd. Go 1/2 mile to 67 Arrow Rd.