cEditor’s Note There are countless reasons to be thankful when spending time in the Lowcountry. From the area’s natural beauty, temperate climate and miles of white-sand beaches to the amazing array of outdoor activities, shopping and dining opportunities and special events, Thanksgiving has special meaning on Hilton Head Island. November marks the start of the busy holiday season and there are traditional oyster roasts, gala fundraisers, spectacular productions, craft fairs, sporting events, family festivals, lectures, book signings, Black Friday deals, Christmas light displays, visits with Santa and many other activities scheduled throughout the month. Join the comedy troupe Capitol Steps at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina as they provide a laugh at all that is politically incorrect or take part in a Lowcountry winter tradition during the three-day Hilton Head Oyster Festival at Shelter Cove Community Park. The Hilton Head Dance Theatre presents the classic ballet “Nutcracker 2011” at the Visual & Performing Arts Center or stop by Hudson’s on November 24 to take part in the 13th Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner. For details on these and all the other special happenings taking place this month, please take a moment and look over the “Calendar of Events” and “November Highlights.” Also in this issue of Island Events, get a jump start on holiday gift giving with the help of our timely “Island Style” feature, “talk turkey” with Georgene Mortimer of Island Winery and create a delicious horseradish crusted salmon with a recipe courtesy of Executive Chef Brad Blake of Marleys Island Grille. Former PGA Touring pro Doug Weaver explains the difference between a two- and one-plane swing, Captain Patte Ranney of Outside Hilton Head takes you out into the salt marsh and Master Naturalist Kathleen McMenamin of H2O Sports has tips on rejuvenating the Eastern Oyster population. If you can’t spend the holiday season with us, the best in the Lowcountry and Coastal Empire can always be found at hiltonhead.com, hiltonheadisland.com, bluffton.com, beaufort.com, savannah.com and stsimonsisland.com. Our popular websites have everything you need to plan a visit, including shopping, dining, activity, accommodations and real estate information, local blogs, event calendars and online versions of our “priceless” publications. All of us at Island Communications thank you for choosing Hilton Head Island as your vacation destination and wish you and yours a happy and safe Thanksgiving holiday.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER ....................Linda Rew-Gifford PUBLISHER ................................................Lorraine Jenness ART DIRECTOR ................................................Jennifer Mlay PRODUCTION DIRECTOR ....................................Lynn Smith EDITOR ............................................................Allyson Jones CONTRIBUTING WRITERS .................. Kim Busby, Jo Emery, Kathleen McMenamin, Georgene Mortimer, Patte Ranney, Doug Weaver ACCOUNTING ..................................................Mallory Raley SALES ................................................................Ryan Bolton DISTRIBUTION STAFF................................Bruce McLemore, Gerry Norris, John Tant CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER ....................Joyce Harkins
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November Highlights By Allyson Jones Must Taste Island Calendar Activities and Events Islandwide Let’s Talk Turkey By Georgene Mortimer, Island Winery Marleys Island Grille Horseradish Crusted Salmon Courtesy of Brad Blake, Executive Chef The Gift of Wellness By Kim Busby, Powerhouse Gym Island Style Island Beaches Island Horoscope – November An Island Events Favorite Island Tides Recreational Pathways Guide Tidal Water, Pluff Mud, Cordgrass & Oysters By Capt. Patte Ranney, Outside Hilton Head Rejuvenating Eastern Oysters By Kathleen McMenamin, H2O Sports Two-Plane vs. One-Plane Swing By I.J. Schecter with Doug Weaver Events Puzzle By Jo Emery
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Editor’s Note Dining & Lounges Lodging & Real Estate Arts & Services Community Worship Puzzle Answer Shopping Activities Golf Chart Directory of Advertisers Map of Hilton Head Island
November Highlights by Allyson Jones
With a dazzling array of spectacular performances, art exhibits, gala fundraisers, family festivals, sporting events and holiday happenings, there are countless reasons to be thankful this month. Following are just a few of the special activities and events taking place throughout the Lowcountry in November.
Photography by Rob Kaufman, Kaufman Photography
November 5-6, the 10th Annual Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival & Concours d’Elegance returns to the Lowcountry with a Motoring Midway, Car Club Jamboree and prestigious Concours d’Elegance at the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn. For details and tickets, call (843) 785-7469 or visit hhiconcours.com.
Through the end of the year, celebrate the local shrimp harvest at South Beach Marina Village during the annual Salty Dog Shrimpfest with six delicious shrimp dishes offered nightly at a special price. On November 12, the Salty Dog Café is the place to be for a Pig Pickin’ & Lowcountry Boil from 4-8 p.m. with Lowcountry cooking, plus music, kid’s fun and games and Jake the Salty Dog. After Thanksgiving, stop by to see the South Beach Christmas Village with hundreds of thousands of twinkling lights and falling snow, November 25December 31, and get in the holiday spirit with Free Pictures & Visits with Santa at the South Beach Inn on November 25-26 from 3-7 p.m. (843) 671-2233 or saltydog.com. In the Harbour Town Yacht Basin, buy, sell or trade used nautical wares, flea market-style, with safe boating information provided by the U.S. Coast Guard during the Nautical Trade Day on November 12 from 10 a.m.noon. (843) 671-2704. Beginning November 23, Harbour Town is home to the Christmas Light Festival & Holiday Window Contest. Stroll around the marina viewing dozens of Christmas light displays, including the Harbour Town Lighthouse, and vote on original works of art created by local elementary school students on display in shop windows through January 2. Gregg Russell returns to his spot under
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the Liberty Oak on November 25 for a complimentary Thanksgiving Concert starting at 7:30 p.m. followed by the Caramel Apple Festival in Harbour Town on November 26 from 1-3 p.m. (843) 842-1979 or seapines.com. Departing from Heritage Farm, celebrate the holiday with Thanksgiving Wagon Rides through The Sea Pines Resort Forest Preserve, November 2226, or sign up for the 9th Annual Fishing Tournament in the Forest Preserve on November 25. Reservations are required for both activities. (843) 842-1979 or seapines.com. November 24-26, meet and learn from a former U.S. Open and Wimbledon champion during the Thanksgiving Tennis Academy with Stan Smith at the Sea Pines Racquet Club. Preregistration is required. (843) 363-4495 or seapines.com. “Putting the MOCK in Democracy,“ the Washingtonbased comedy troupe, Capitol Steps, brings their unique brand of political satire to the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, November 4-5. Later in the month, Christmas Up the Holler weaves a welcome yuletide tapestry of traditional song with authentic music of Appalachian mountain folk, November 10-13. Showcasing works from and inspired by the great composer, the CSO Chamber Orchestra presents Beethoven Left His Mark at the Arts Center on November 16. hiltonhead.com
On November 26, the Arts Center hosts the annual Community Christmas Tree Lighting from 3:30-5:30 p.m. This free, old-fashioned Yuletide celebration includes Christmas carols, holiday crafts, treats, a performance by the cast of “The Drowsy Chaperone,” photos with Santa, visits with Mrs. Claus and Rudolph and the lighting of the Town’s Official Christmas Tree. For event details and show tickets at the Arts Center, call (843) 842-2787 or visit artshhi.com. Playing With Fire, an allencaustic art exhibit featuring works by Ann Bannister and Virginia MacKenzie, is on view in the Art League of Hilton Head Gallery at the Arts Center through November 26. Stop by on November 1 for the Opening Reception or meet the artists for Gallery Talks on Fridays at 11 a.m. On November 20, the Art League hosts a Got Art? Fundraiser in the Theater Lobby starting at 3 p.m. Each $100 ticket purchased guarantees a work of art valued at more than $150. (843) 681-5060 or artleaguehhi.org. Clara, the Prince, Sugar Plum Fairies and the Mouse King return to the Lowcountry for the Hilton Head Dance Theatre’s performance of Nutcracker 2011, November 11-13 and 18-19. This longtime holiday tradition with artistic direction provided by Karena BrockCarlyle and John Carlyle takes place at the Hilton Head High School Visual & Performing Arts Center. For ticket information, call (843) 842-3262 or visit hhdt.org. Another Lowcountry winter ritual, South Carolina Bank and Trust presents the 10th Annual Hilton Head Oyster Festival in Shelter Cove Community Park from November 11-13. Opening with a concert featuring Bobby Ryder on Friday night, this tasty event features oysters, shrimp, chili, chowder, hot dogs, hamburgers, live music, a Kid’s Zone, large hiltonhead.com
screen TVs, a silent auction and Holiday Craft Show throughout the weekend. (843) 681-7273 or islandreccenter.org. Always a sell-out, more than 35 of the area’s top chefs and restaurants will be on hand for the 22nd Annual Taste of the Season at the Hilton Head Marriott Resort and Spa in Palmetto Dunes on November 11. Competing for “Best Cuisine” honors, this culinary gift to the Lowcountry is presented by the Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce. (800) 523-3373 or hiltonheadisland.org. A concert featuring principal guest conductor John Morris Russell and pianist Ran Dank, the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra’s 30th season continues with Scheherazade at First Presbyterian Church on November 14. Russell and Dank team up again the following evening for Live at The Westin, a benefit for the Hilton Head International Piano Competition, at The Westin Hilton Head Resort & Spa. (843) 842-2055 or hhso.org. Thanksgiving is Thursday, November 24, and there are plenty of fun activities and festive events for the entire family. Beginning at 8 a.m. sharp on Thanksgiving morning, the Annual Piggly Wiggly Turkey Trot is a 5K, 10K and Fun Walk benefiting the Island Rec. Center. The race starts and ends at the Skull Creek Boathouse on Hudson Road. (843) 681-7273 or islandreccenter.org. Rest up after the big meal in preparation for the Magic at Moonlight & After Thanksgiving Sale at the Tanger Outlets Hilton Head, November 24-27. Both centers open at 10 p.m. on Thanksgiving night and remain open until 9 p.m. on Black Friday with special sales and exclusive offers throughout the weekend. (843) 837-5410 or tangeroutlet.com.
13th Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner
All are welcome to share a free meal of turkey, dressing and all the trimmings during the 13th Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner at Hudson’s Seafood on November 24 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Organized by St. Andrew By-The-Sea United Methodist Church, donations benefit The Deep Well Project. To volunteer or arrange transportation, call (843) 540-7925 or visit hudsonsonthedocks. com.
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The British Open Pub offers authentic English food, American favorites and Certified Angus beef in a family-friendly, pub-style atmosphere at both their Hilton Head and Bluffton locations. Casey’s Sports Bar & Grille features the Island’s best over-sized wings and house specialties like the Roast Beef on Weck, a variety of wraps, cheese steaks, sandwiches, salads and enormous hamburgers. 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. What’s more delicious than a doughnut? A fresh, hot, hand-dipped, custom-made cake doughnut from Flamingo’s Doughnut Cafe. The Frosty Frog Cafe not only serves up the most outrageously delicious frozen daiquiris, Frosty also offers finger-licking good food. 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. Build your own Seafood Volcano — a smoking mound of seafood — at Kingfisher Seafood Pasta & Steak House on the water at Shelter Cove Harbour. Great seafood and steaks can be enjoyed, along with a breathtaking view, while seated indoors or out at Lands End Tavern. Fresh, homemade and tasty American and Mediterranean food can be found at The Market Street Cafe, a favorite of locals and visitors alike. Marleys Island Grille is passionate about serving only the freshest, wood-fire grilled seafood and steaks in a casual, upbeat and fun tropical environment. Enjoy a full menu of seafood, salads and sandwiches served along with tropical freezes and ocean breezes at The Salty Dog Cafe. For the very best in Italian cuisine, visit Stellini Italian Restaurant — the Lowcountry’s “Little Italy” since 1989! 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.
ages and skill levels. Pre-registration required. 106 Cordillo Pkwy. (843) 842-5738 or artleaguehhi.org.
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Ongoing: Powerhouse Kids Club at Island Playground in Bluffton’s Bridge Center. Children ages 6 month-12 years have private supervised use of Island Playground while their parents work out at Powerhouse Family Gym. Call for details and rates. 1530 Fording Island Rd. (843) 706-9700. Ongoing: Daily Alligator & Wildlife Tours in The Sea Pines Resort Forest Preserve hosted by the H2O Nature Center. (843) 686-5323 or h2osportsonline.com. Ongoing: The Art Academy of the Hilton Head Art League offers classes and workshops for all hiltonhead.com
Monday - Saturday: Wine Flights & Cheese at the Island Winery, 12:30-2:30 p.m. $7 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?” golf clinic and demonstration with Doug Weaver at the Jones Golf Center in Palmetto Dunes, 4 p.m. Free. (843) 785-1138 or palmettodunes.com. Mondays: Welcome Exhibition and Happy Hour at the Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center, 5:30 p.m. Complimentary. 6 Trent Jones Lane. (843) 785-1152 or palmettodunes.com. Mondays: Monday Night Football at The Salty Dog Cafe in South Beach Marina Village. Free Hot Dog and Nacho Bar during the game with drink specials and more. 232 S. Sea Pines Dr. (843) 671-2233 or saltydog.com. NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 13
cCalendar Mondays: The Hilton Head Shore Notes (Sweet Adelines) rehearse at Island Lutheran Church, 7 p.m. Guests welcome. 4400 Main St. (843) 681-3516 or hiltonheadshorenotes.com. Tuesday - Sunday: Gullah Heritage Trail Tours depart from the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn. Experience the Gullah culture of Hilton Head Island on a narrated tour. Reservations required. 70 Honey Horn Dr. (843) 681-7066 or gullaheritage.com. Tuesdays: Intermediate Bridge Workshops at the Hilton Head Island Bridge Club in Port Royal Plaza, 10 a.m.-noon. Roman Key Card and 2/1 Game Force. 95 Mathews Dr. (843) 689-6239 or e-mail email@example.com. Tuesdays: Traditional Farmers Market in Bluffton’s Buckwalter Place, 3-6 p.m. Fresh, local produce. Buckwalter Place Blvd. buckwalterfarmersmarket.com. Tuesdays: Shag Dance Lessons hosted by the Hilton Head Island Carolina Shag Club at Remy’s Bar & Grill, 5:45 p.m. Lessons are free to members; membership is $25 per year. 130 Arrow Rd. (843) 505-0152 or hhishag.com. Thursdays: Social Golf Event for Beaufort County residents interested in becoming social members at the Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort, 3:30 p.m. Nine holes of golf with free beer and wings for $20 plus tax. (866) 380-1778 or palmettodunes.com. Thursdays: Bluffton Farmer’s Market at Carson Cottages in Old Town Bluffton on Thursdays, 27 p.m. Fresh produce, plants, prepared foods, live entertainment, children’s programs, educational opportunities and more. 40 Calhoun St. (843) 415-2447 or farmersmarketbluffton.com. 14 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
Fridays: Beginner Plus Bridge Workshops at the Hilton Head Island Bridge Club in Port Royal Plaza on Fridays, 10 a.m.-noon. Preempts and strong two bids. 95 Mathews Dr. (843) 689-6239 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Fridays: Social Shag Dance Night hosted by the Hilton Head Island Carolina Shag Club at Remy’s Bar & Grill, 6-9 p.m. Open dancing with a DJ spinning beach music. 130 Arrow Rd. (843) 505-0152 or hhishag.com. Saturdays: Hardeeville Farmers & Artists Market at Hilton Head Lakes North, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Hwy. 278 near Exit 8. (843) 784-3606 or hardeevillechamberofcommerce.com. November 1 - December 31: Annual Shrimpfest at The Salty Dog Café in South Beach Marina Village, 4 p.m.-close. Celebrate the shrimp harvest with 10 favorite shrimp recipes, each at a great price. Selections include Shrimp Savannah, Shrimp Creole, Voodoo Shrimp and more. 232 S. Sea Pines Dr. (843) 671-2233 or saltydog.com. November 1 - December 31: “The Public Art Exhibition on Hilton Head Island” at the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn. Regional, national and international artists were invited to submit pieces for the exhibition with 20 large-scale pieces selected to be on display. One piece will be chosen for Hilton Head Island’s growing public art collection. 70 Honey Horn Dr. (843) 689-6767 or hhipublicart.org. November 1 - December 23: “A Burst of Color,” an exhibit of works by the 11-member Les Bonnes Artistes, is on display at the Hilton Head Branch Library. Paintings in a variety of media, all with a burst of color. All artwork is for sale. 11 Beach City Rd. (843) 689-5088. November 1 - 26: “Playing With Fire,” an all-encaustic art exhibit featuring works by Ann hiltonhead.com
cCalendar Bannister and Virginia MacKenzie, at the Art League of Hilton Head Gallery in the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. Opening Reception on Nov. 1, 5-7 p.m. Gallery Talks with the artists on Fridays at 11 a.m. 14 Shelter Cove Lane. (843) 681-5060 or artleaguehhi.org. November 1 - 22: “Exposition d’Art: The Four of Us,” a unique assemblage of art and décor created by Chris Clayton, Mary Ann Hart, Judy Saylor McElynn and Anita Stephens, at the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn. 70 Honey Horn Dr. (843) 689-6767 ext. 223 or coastaldiscovery.org. November 1 - 15: The Beaufort Film Festival is accepting entries for the 6th Annual Beaufort International Film Festival to be held February 15-19, 2012. Categories include Features, Documentaries, Short Films, Student Films, Animation and Screenplays. (843) 522-3196 or beaufortfilmfestival.com. November 1 - 6: The South Carolina Repertory Company presents the moving, Tonynominated play, “Time Stands Still,” by Donald Margulies and directed by Chip Egan. Tues.-Sat. at 8 p.m.; Sun. at 2 p.m. 136 Beach City Rd. (843) 342-2057 or hiltonheadtheatre.com. November 1 - 2: “Comedy at The Kingfisher: Mark Klein” presented by the Hilton Head Comedy Club upstairs at The Kingfisher Seafood, Pasta & Steak House in Shelter Cove Harbour, 8 p.m. Reservations strongly recommended; dinner and show packages are available. 18 Harbourside Lane. (843) 681-7757 or kingfisherseafood.com. November 1: “Discovery Reptiles” program at the H2O Nature Center in Harbour Town, 34 p.m. Join the Master Naturalist and get up close hiltonhead.com
and personal with Lowcountry reptiles, including alligators, snakes and turtles. Reservations required. Lighthouse Rd. (843) 686-5323 or h2Osportsonline.com. November 1: “Tasteful Tuesday” at Benny Hudsons’ Seafood Market, 6 p.m. Learn about the Island’s history and the history of the Hudson family with a cooking demonstration, samples and wine provided by the Island Winery. Bring a chair and beverage. Reservations required, cost is $3 per person. 175 Squire Pope Rd. (843) 682-3474. November 1: “Green Homes Add Value and Savings” Live Green & Network Green workshop presented by Wells Fargo at the Hilton Head Branch Library, 6 p.m. A case study of a Hilton Head Island home with green updates. 11 Beach City Rd. Free with online registration. experiencegreen.org. November 2: Creative Writing Workshop at the Hilton Head Public Library. Free, registration required. 11 Beach City Rd. (843) 255-6525 or beaufortcountylibrary.org. November 2: “Using Newspapers for Genealogical Research” class led by Carol Clemens at the Heritage Library, 1:30 p.m. Reservations required. Savannah Bank Bldg., 852 Wm. Hilton Pkwy. (843) 686-6560 or heritagelib.org. November 3 & 5 - 6: Hilton Head Preparatory School’s Performing Arts Department presents the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, “The Sound of Music,” at Hilton Head High School’s Visual & Performing Arts Center. Thurs. at 7:30 p.m.; Sat. & Sun. at 2 p.m. Tickets may be purchased in advance or at the door. 70 Wilborn Rd. (843) 304-6280 or hhprep.org. November 3: “Lunch With Author Series: Adrienne McDonnell” hosted by USCB at the Moss NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 15
cCalendar Creek Clubhouse in Bluffton, noon. The author discusses her hauntingly beautiful and heartbreaking debut novel, The Doctor and the Diva. Reservations required, series tickets available. (843) 521-4147 or e-mail email@example.com. November 4 - 24: “The Man Show!,” an exhibit of work by Amiri Farris, Robert Highsmith, Doug Corkern, Richard Coyne, Jack Anderson, Jim Lewis and Howard Costa, at Four Corners Gallery in Bluffton. Opening Reception on Nov. 4, 4-7 p.m. 1263 May River Rd. (843) 757-8185. November 4 - 6 & 11 - 13: May River Theatre Co. presents the musical “Pippin” in the Ulmer Auditorium at Bluffton Town Hall. Friday & Saturday at 8 p.m.; Sunday matinee at 3 p.m. 20 Bridge St. (843) 815-5581 or mayrivertheatre.com. November 4 - 6: 17th Annual Wild Wing Café “Nutty Buddy” Tennis Classic at the Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center. Men’s and women’s doubles and mixed doubles. (843) 785-1152 or palmettodunes.com. November 4 - 5: The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina presents the comedy troupe, Capitol Steps, at 8 p.m. Twilight show on Nov. 5 at 4 p.m. With skits and songs, this group takes the topic of politics and wrings it for laughs. 14 Shelter Cove Lane. (843) 842-2787 or artshhi.com. November 4: “Behind the Gates” Driving Tour in Colleton River Plantation, Berkeley Hall and The Sea Pines Resort sponsored by RollsRoyce Motor Cars, part of the 10th Annual Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival & Concours d’Elegance, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. (843) 785-7469 ext. 4 or hhiconcours.com. November 4: Old Town Bluffton Fall Art Walk, 3-7 p.m. Nine galleries and all shops on Calhoun and Boundary Streets will be open late and serving refreshments. (843) 757-6586 or oldtownbluffton.com. November 4: “Military Night” Free Family Fun Night at The Sandbox, An Interactive Children’s Museum, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Meet local military personnel, check out their equipment, make a personalized letter or card for a deployed soldier and enjoy free food and activities. 18A Pope Ave. (843) 842-7645 or thesandbox.org. November 4: 5th Annual Elegant Evening & Silent Auction to benefit Hilton Head Heroes at 16 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
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has more than 250 restaurants representing a wide variety of cultures and tastes. A visit to Hilton Head Island would not be complete without sampling our famous local seafood, including shrimp, blue crab and oysters.
cCalendar TidePointe, 6-9 p.m. Chef Stephen Stewart of TidePointe prepares an array of fine foods and desserts with a silent auction. Jackets required. 700 Tidepointe Way. (843) 682-8105 or hhheroes.com. November 4: Ella C. White Memorial Scholarship Fund’s “Making A Difference” Annual Fundraising Dinner at the Crowne Plaza Resort in Shipyard Plantation, 6:30 p.m. Reception and cash bar followed by a dinner program with keynote speaker, M. Christopher Brown II, Ph.D. For tickets, call (843) 785-5312, 784-8142 or 681-5056. November 5 - 6: Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival & Concours d’Elegance at the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn. Motoring Midway with an eclectic mix of motoring exhibits, a Car Club Jamboree showcasing 15 of the region’s best car clubs and the Concours d’Elegance, a Best-of-Show competition, with 150 of the finest vintage vehicles lining the fields of Honey Horn. Children-friendly exhibits and activities, food, live music and more. (843) 785-7469 or hhiconcours.com. hiltonhead.com
November 5 - 6: Beaufort County Open Land Trust Tours of Auldbrass, Frank Lloyd Wright’s only Southern plantation and currently owned by film producer Joel Silver, in Yemassee, South Carolina, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday evening lecture at USCB with Eric Lloyd Wright. Reservations required. (843) 521-2175 or openlandtrust.org. November 5: Belk Charity Day Sale at The Mall at Shelter Cove, 6 a.m.-10 a.m. Make a $5 donation to benefit local charities and schools and receive a coupon for $5 off your first purchase at Belk. Special sale with 20-70% off storewide, including rarely discounted brands. 24 Shelter Cove Lane. (843) 686-8710 or belk.com. November 5: The American Association of University Women (AAUW) meeting at The Seabrook House, 10 a.m. Cooking demonstration and book signing with Pat Branning, Beaufort Tribune food editor and author of the Shrimp, Collards, and Grits cookbook. All are welcome. 300 Woodhaven Dr. (843) 341-6638. November 5: “Take a Stand in the Sand, Unite - Say No to Violence Against Women” walk at Coligny Beach hosted by the Zonta Club of Hilton Head Island, 10 a.m. One-mile barefoot walk NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 17
Let’s Talk Turkey By Georgene Mortimer, Island Winery
Aside from being less filling than beer, wine is going to bring out the best flavors... Cooking wine is what takes the edge off a house full of people and a demanding bird in the oven. Make sure this wine is your personal favorite and reserved for you only. Indulge a little bit. After all, aren’t you thankful for a good grape harvest? Whether you’re hosting Thanksgiving Dinner or you’re traveling, wine can play a major role in your holiday. If you’re hosting a house full of family, in-laws and friends, your Thanksgiving Day wine experience likely begins with the Macy’s Parade and ends with the last man standing. If you’re on somebody’s Thanksgiving guest list, chances are you’re on the hook for a covered dish or a bottle of wine. Even if you’re “that guy” who shows up empty-handed, think about stepping up and contributing a bottle of wine to the party. It’s not just the “classy” thing to do, it also ensures you’ll have the perfect companion beverage to your turkey and cranberry sauce. The Thanksgiving Day hosts extend their hospitality to you on Thanksgiving Day, so when you’re invited, ask them if they have a favorite type of wine they would like you to bring. If they answer definitively with a varietal or appellation, you have your Thanksgiving Day marching orders. If you’re not sure what type of wine they’re talking about, just ask your local wine merchant; they will point you in the right direction. What if your host keeps things open-ended or does not like wine? This is your excuse to go out and buy a bottle of your favorite. So what if it is a bit self-serving, in the end you are a better houseguest for it. If you happen to be hosting Thanksgiving, make sure you’re pairing the ideal wine with your picture-perfect turkey. The most important rule of Thanksgiving wine pairing, for the host, is finding your ideal “cooking wine.” 18 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
At turkey time, make sure you have a bottle of red wine and a bottle of white wine on the table. Even if you have a house full of beer drinkers, consider urging everyone over 21 to pair a glass of wine with their dinner. Aside from being less filling than beer, wine is going to bring out the best flavors (or strategically hide flaws) in your home cooking. If you’ve prepared a savory Better Homes and Garden-worthy turkey, pair a dry Pinot Grigio to showcase your white meat. Its crisp texture and light tropical fruit notes will compliment your perfectly seasoned breast meat. For dark meat lovers, nothing short of a vintage Cabernet’s tart notes will compliment the rich texture of wings and drumsticks. For those of us whose turkeys are hit-or-miss (let’s be honest here), a big, bold Merlot and an oaked Chardonnay are the perfect partners in crime. Not only will their robust flavors aid in the intake of dry turkey meat, they will add a nice compliment to the generous amounts of gravy needed to mask any kitchen nightmares. As always, the great staff at Island Winery is always willing to help you pick out your holiday wine. Of course, our Cranberry wine is a musthave on all Thanksgiving tables. It has been known to convert even the most die-hard beer drinker into a wine lover! Store/Tasting hours at Island Winery are Monday-Saturday, 12:30-5:30 p.m. with Wine Flights & Cheese available from 12:30-2:30 p.m. A Wine & Cheese Happy Hour is offered Monday-Thursday starting at 4 p.m. 12A Cardinal Road. (843) 842-3141 or islandwinery.com. hiltonhead.com
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cCalendar or 3-mile extended walk with health and wellness checks, zumba and yoga demonstrations, free chair massages and more. Entry fee is $20; proceeds benefit CODA, Hope Haven and Lowcountry Coalition Against Human Trafficking. Online registration available. zontahhi.org or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. November 5: “Intermediate Calligraphy” class for ages 17 and up taught by Natasha Lawrence at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. Pre-registration required. 14 Shelter Cove Lane. (843) 686-3945 ext. 233 or artshhi.com. November 5: 7th Annual Autumn Fest at Freeport Marina on Daufuskie Island sponsored by the Binyah Foundation, 12-5 p.m. Food, arts and crafts, Island tours, marshmallow roast, Yostie the Puppeteer, music from the Chilly Willy Band & Friends, an oyster roast from 4-6 p.m. and more. Ferry reservations required. (843) 647-1008, 842-7792 or thebinyahfoundation.org. November 5: Inaugural Bluffton International & Craft Beer Festival at The Promenade in Bluffton, 2-6 p.m. (843) 757-8520 or hiltonhead.com
blufftonbeerfest.com. November 5: 4th Annual I.M.P.A.C.T. Bluffton Oyster Roast to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Bluffton, 3-7 p.m. All-you-can-eat oysters catered by the Bluffton Oyster Company with musical entertainment. Tickets are $30/single; $50/couple; $250 for a table of 10. 100 H.E. McCracken Circle. (843) 263-6463 or bgclowcountry.org. November 6: “Celebration of Remembrance” for people who have lost loved ones at First Presbyterian Church, 4 p.m. Names of loved ones will be read during the service and may be submitted to the church office by Nov. 2. 540 Wm. Hilton Pkwy. (843) 681-3696 or fpchhi.org. November 7: “Heritage Library Fall Lecture Series: The Battle of Port Royal Sound” commemorative program with Bill Altstaetter, 1:30 p.m. Admission fee, reservations required. Savannah Bank Bldg., 852 Wm. Hilton Pkwy. (843) 686-6560 or heritagelib.org. November 7: “Chandon Bubbles, California and French” AIWF Hilton Head Wine Tasting at (continued on page 56) NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 19
cDining & Lounges British Open Pub The Village at Wexford, F-20 on map. GPS: 1000 William Hilton Parkway #D3; Sheridan Park, Bluffton, Mainland on map. GPS: 5 Sherington Drive; Sun City, Okatie, Mainland on map. GPS: 60 Sun City Club Lane. Authentic British fare served in an attractive pub-style restaurant with golf art, memorabilia and the “only bar by Titleist.” Serving the Island’s best fish and chips, Certified Angus Beef, fresh seafood, our famous pot pies and more. Seven imported beers on tap. Serving Mon.-Sat., 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sun., 9 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sunday Brunch, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. See ad page 17. (843) 686-6736 (Hilton Head), 815-6736 (Bluffton), 705-4005 (Okatie). britishopenpub.net.
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 36-39. (843) 671-5199. saltydog.com.
Casey’s Sports Bar & Grille New Orleans Road, E-19 on map. GPS: 37 New Orleans Road #J. Over 40 TVs for viewing all your favorite sporting events and not a bad seat in the house. Offering a full bar, fantastic Happy Hour and full menu for the hearty and healthy appetite. The Island’s best collection of sports memorabilia. Great Buffalo wings, roast beef on weck, soups, sandwiches, salads and more. Open 11 a.m.-2 a.m. daily. See ad page 23. (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 13. (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 20 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
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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.
South Beach Marina Village in The Sea Pines Resort, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 South Sea Pines Drive. Serving hand-tossed pizza, sandwiches, salads and more. Free Sea Pines delivery. Call for seasonal hours. See ad pages 36-39. (843) 671-2020. saltydog.com.
Flamingo’s Doughnut Cafe Office Park Road, in the Park Plaza Shopping Center, F-17 on map. GPS: 33-C Office Park Road. Enjoy a fresh, hot, hand-dipped, custom made cake doughnut from Hilton Head’s only specialty doughnut shop! Also serving traditional breakfasts, along with special creations. For lunch, order a fresh chicken or tuna pita or wrap or another of the many fresh and delicious made-to-order selections. Serving breakfast and lunch. See ad page 17. (843) 686-4606. flamingosdoughnutcafe.com.
The Frosty Frog Cafe Daiquiri Bar Coligny Plaza, C-18 on map. GPS: 1 North Forest Beach Drive. Hilton Head’s only daiquiri bar and café with a large selection of daiquiris, full bar and non-frozen drinks with a choice of 80, 151 or 190 proof. Gallons and half gallons to go. Full menu with appetizers, salads, subs, sandwiches (including prime rib), 20 oz. Certified Black Angus burgers and more. Now serving pizza. Play NTN Trivia. Open daily, 11 a.m.-1 a.m. Lunch and dinner until 10 p.m. See ad page 14. (843) 686-3764. frostyfrog.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. Serving lunch, Sat. & Sun., 11:30 a.m.; Serving dinner daily, 4:30 p.m.; Happy Hour, 4-7 p.m. See ad page 15. (843) hiltonhead.com
Jake’s Salty Dog Pizza
Kingfisher Seafood, Pasta & Steak House Shelter Cove Harbour, H-26 on map. GPS: 18 Harbourside Lane. Award-winning Chef creates fresh seafood, pasta, and steaks with a breathtaking water view and incredible Mediterranean décor. Early Bird specials available nightly from 5-7 p.m. and Happy Hour specials available nightly from 5-8 p.m. Outdoor seating and private banquet space available, as well. Go to Kingfisher’s Facebook page for special deals, events and entertainment schedule. See ad page 7. (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. See ad pages 36-39. (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 wellprepared 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 NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 21
Marleys Island Grille Horseradish Crusted Salmon with Red Onion Marmalade over Stone Ground Grits and Wilted Spinach Courtesy of Brad Blake, Executive Chef
1 cup daikon root, shredded 1 cup prepared horseradish 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1/2 cup panko bread crumbs 2 Tbsp. parsley, chopped Salt and pepper to taste
Bring stock to boil, whisk in grits and continue to stir until cooked (15 minutes). Add cheddar cheese, remove from heat and thin with heavy cream.
Method: Combine daikon, horseradish and mayonnaise and mix into paste. Add in panko to help bind together, season with salt, pepper and parsley and refrigerate to use later.
Red Onion Marmalade: 6 red onions, julienne 1 cup red wine vinegar 1 cup sugar 1 cup light corn syrup 1 tsp. cracked black pepper 1/2 tsp. salt
Method: Add onions, vinegar and sugar into a cold pot and bring to a simmer. Once simmering, reduce by half, add in corn syrup and reduce again by half. You should have a deep red, thick marmalade. Add black pepper and salt, remove from heat and cool to room temperature.
Stone Ground Grits: 4 cups chicken stock 2 cups yellow stone ground grits 1 cup cheddar cheese, shredded 1 cup heavy cream 22 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
Wilted Spinach: 1Tbsp. olive oil 8 cups spinach, washed and stemmed Salt and pepper to taste
Method: Heat oil in skillet, add spinach, salt and pepper to taste. Remove from heat and toss to wilt rest of spinach.
Fresh Salmon: 4 8 oz. portions fresh salmon fillet, cleaned, skinned and pin bone removed
Method: Generously rub salmon with crust. Heat skillet to a medium-high heat. Sear with crust side down, until crust is firm and golden brown. Flip fish and reduce heat to medium, continue to cook until salmon is medium rare. Let rest as you set your plates. First, place grits in the center of the plate, then wilted spinach to one side. Place your salmon across the grits and part of spinach, spoon marmalade over salmon and serve. hiltonhead.com
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Call for seasonal hours. See ad pages 36-39. (843) 671-2233. saltydog.com.
or take out. Children’s menu. See coupon ad page 19. (843) 686-4976. marketstreetcafe.com.
Stellini Italian Restaurant
Marleys Island Grille Office Park Road, A-17 on map. GPS: 35 Office Park Road. One of the most upbeat, tropical restaurants Hilton Head Island has to offer. Specializing in wood-fire grilled fresh seafood, delicious hand-cut steaks and much more. Relax to cool rhythms and a tropical atmosphere in the Island’s most festive bar. Happy Hour from 5-8 p.m. with outstanding drink specials on margaritas, fresh sangria, mojitos and appetizer selections. Early dining only $15.99. Kid’s menu and take-out available. Open daily. Lunch, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; Dinner at 5 p.m. See ad page 23. (843) 686-5800. marleyshhi.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. hiltonhead.com
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 take-out available. Reservations suggested. Open Mon.-Sat. from 5 p.m. See ad page 21. (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. It’s hard not to find something to enjoy and impossible to forget the view. Call for seasonal hours. See ad pages 36-39. (843) 671-7327. saltydog.com. NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 23
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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 25. (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 amenities 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 36-39. (843) 671-6498 or Toll Free (800) 367-3909. sbinn.com. REAL ESTATE
Palmetto Sands Realty New Orleans Rd., E-19 on map. GPS: 17 New 24 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
Orleans Road. Ocean-oriented properties presented by Carey North, a South Carolina licensed realtor. Navigating buyers and sellers through todayâ€™s real estate market. View all MLS properties at careynorth.com. Toll Free (877) 597-2637; Cell (843) 384-6402. careynorth.com. TIMESHARE RESALES
Hilton Head Timeshare Resales Fountain Center, E-18 on map. GPS: Ste. 101, 55 Fountain Center. A timeshare reseller working with licensed Real Estate agents specializing in the resale of timeshare properties. Providing services to anyone looking to buy or sell a timeshare property. No high pressure tour or free gift, just low prices. No up-front fees to list. Specializing in Marriott properties. (843) 686-5900 or Toll Free (800) 407-0575. hiltonheadislandtimeshare.com.
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 25. (843) 842-6556, ext. 4. hiltonheadforless.com. hiltonhead.com
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The Gift of Wellness By Kim Busby, Powerhouse Gym
... the gift of a gym membership can be great motivation...
Trying to find the right gift for a loved one or a cherished employee can be challenging and stressful at this time of year. Wellness is always in style and membership to a gym or fitness classes can make a great gift. The aftermath of the holidays and less daylight makes many people feel lethargic and blue. Daily exercise pumps you full of endorphins, which fuels a great outlook and sense of wellbeing. Sure, exercise makes you tired at first, but within a couple of weeks it leads to fewer colds, less fatigue and fitting into your favorite jeans. A gym membership can be a greatly appreciated gift, if you know of someone who has mentioned getting in better shape or being more active and you would like to help them get started on that resolution. If you are thinking about or have recently joined a gym yourself, the gift of a gym membership can be great motivation for both you and the recipient. Having a workout buddy to encourage and motivate you towards fitness goals, as well as the opportunity to spend quality time with your friend or relative makes the gift even more special. If you are the owner or manager of a company, the task of coming up with holiday gift ideas for your employees can be very difficult. A gym membership is also a great corporate holiday gift for many reasons. First, a fit employee will be better equipped to handle on the job stress and be more productive. Second, the gift will last for an entire year, reminding the employee over and over 26 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
that they are a valued part of the company. Also, if the company enrolls a group in a corporate membership plan, the cost may be less. Membership at the right gym offers a variety of ways to get in shape and is a fun and healthy social outlet. Group fitness classes such as Zumba or kickboxing are a good option for those who enjoy a more social approach to exercise. State-ofthe-art cardio equipment will suit those who prefer to put on earphones and listen to music. Most weight machines are a safe way to make sure the person has correct form and they usually have pre-set weight, so as not to overdo it right away. Personal training sessions are another option to jump start the New Yearâ€™s resolutions of those new to exercising or to take the workout program of people who do exercise to another level. Whether your gym gift is a year membership, a series of group fitness classes or some personal training sessions, you want to be sure the gym provides a positive and encouraging environment. Located in The Bridge Center, Powerhouse Family Gym features a 1,800-square-foot aerobics room with six classes per day, 50+ pieces of cardio equipment, cycling, tanning, personal training, nutrition counseling, Cardio Cinema, group classes and more. To inquire about gift certificates, membership options and the new Powerhouse Kids Club, please call (843) 706-9700 or visit the gym at 1530 Fording Island Road. hiltonhead.com
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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-theart 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. See ad page 29. (843) 686-3138. legacydigital.com.
Powerhouse Family Fitness Gym Hwy. 278, The Bridge Center, W-22 on map. GPS: 1530 Fording Island Road. In this 14,000 square foot gym you will find state-of-the-art exercise equipment, along with personal training, nutrition, customized goal-oriented programs and a wide array of inspiring group exercise classes for all age groups. Friendly, knowledgeable and motivating staff members are always on hand to help meet your fitness goals. See ad page 27. (843) 706-9700. INTERNET SERVICES
HiltonHead.com Planning your next Hilton Head Island vacation? Find accommodations, dining, activities, golf, real estate information, a detailed calender of events, tide tables, beach information and more. See ad page 9. (843) 757-9889. hiltonhead.com.
HiltonHeadYellowPages.com Find business listings, phone numbers, addresses, maps, driving directions and more for Hilton Head, Bluffton and the surrounding Lowcountry. See ad page 43. hiltonheadyellowpages.com. hiltonhead.com
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Fountain Spa Fountain Center (near Sea Pines Circle), E-18 on map. GPS: 55 New Orleans Road #201. 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. NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 27
cCommunity Worship All Saints Episcopal Church 3001 Meeting St. 681-8333
Hilton Head Presbyterian Church 235 William Hilton Pkwy. 689-6362
Anglican Church of the Redeemer 1 Mathews Dr., Ste. 101 815-5820
Holy Family Catholic Church 24 Pope Ave. 785-2895
Bible Baptist Church 2800 Main St. 681-8713
Island Lutheran Church (Mo. Synod) 4400 Main St. 689-5200
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
LowCountry Community Church 21 Office Park Rd. 681-3399 Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church 382 Squire Pope Rd. 681-3678 New Hope Baptist Church 80 Gum Tree Rd. 681-8327
North Island Baptist Christian Renewal Church Church 95 Gardner Dr. 3800 Main St. 342-5433 689-3800 Christian Science Church Providence Presbyterian 4 Park Lane • 785-9556 Church 171 Cordillo Pkwy. Church of Christ 842-5673 23 Bow Circle 686-2323 Queen Chapel A.M.E. 114 Beach City Rd. The Church of Jesus 681-3315 Christ of Latter-Day Saints Resurrection Christian 2800 Meeting St. Community Church 681-6100 296 Spanish Wells Rd. Congregation Beth Yam 689-3625 4501 Meeting St. St. Andrew By-The-Sea 689-2178 United Methodist Church First African Baptist 20 Pope Ave. Church 785-4711 70 Beach City Rd. 681-6427 St. Francis by the Sea Catholic Church First Baptist Church 45 Beach City Rd. 100 S. Forest Beach Dr. 681-6350 785-4478 First Presbyterian Church St. James Baptist Church 540 William Hilton Pkwy. 209 Beach City Rd. 681-3696 681-6446 Grace Community St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Church 450 Spanish Wells Rd. 50 Pope Ave. 681-6698 785-4099 Hilton Head Korean Seventh Day Adventist Baptist Church 8 Park Lane 100 S. Forest Beach Dr. 341-2732 263-3006 28 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
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The Nutcracker 2011 Visual and Performing Arts Center, O-29 on map. GPS: 70 Wilborn Road. The Hilton Head Dance Theatre proudly presents â€œThe Nutcrackerâ€? on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 11, 12, 18 and 19 at 7:30 p.m. with a matinee performance on Sunday, Nov. 13 and Saturday, Nov. 19 at 2:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased in advance online, by phone or at the door. $25 for adults, $18 for students (18 and under) and Seniors (60 and older) and $15 for children (12 and under). See ad page 28. (843) 842-3262. hhdt.org.
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island style The holiday season is here and Hilton Head Island is home to hundreds of unique shops, upscale boutiques and factory outlet stores. From jewelry and clothing to shoes and beach gear, it won’t take long to find the perfect gifts for everyone on your list.
jewelry, toys, beach gear and more, “everything under the sun” can be found at Tropical Outfitters in Circle Center. This holiday season, check out the large selection of gifts and souvenirs, as well as swimwear, including flattering tankinis from Penbrooke. (843) 842-9511 or tropicaloutfittershhi.com.
The Salty Dog Café Available in a rainbow of colors for men, women and children, the legendary Salty Dog T-shirt is always in style. Stop by the flagship store in South Beach Marina Village, the Salty Dog Café T-Shirt Factory on Arrow Road or get online to order Salty Dog shirts, hats, mugs, towels, dog bowls and other gear. (843) 671-2232, 842-6331 or saltydog.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. The store has recently expanded to include distinctive hats, handbags and other unique accessories. 14 Greenwood Dr. (843) 342-7001 or designsbycleo.com.
Jake’s Shore Thing Cozy up with Jake this season at Jake’s Shore Thing in The Plaza at Shelter Cove, Hilton Head’s only Life is good® Genuine Neighborhood Shoppe®. “Spreading the power of optimism,” the store features 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. (843) 686-2330.
Birkenstock Carrying over 300 different styles of fashionable and comfortable shoes for men, women and children from Dansko, Finn Comfort, Fitflop, Keen, MBT, Vibram FiveFingers® and more, Birkenstock in Hilton Head Village also offers the popular Bailey Button Triplet from UGG. An update of the classic tall boot, it can be worn buttoned up or unbuttoned and cuffed to expose the soft Twinface shearling. (843) 837-3562 or birkenstockbarefootin.com.
Tropical Outfitters With T-shirts, sweatshirts, golf shirts, caps, sandals, hiltonhead.com
Tanger Outlets With significant savings at over 80 name brand outlet stores, save even more at the Tanger Outlets during the Magic at Moonlight & After Thanksgiving Sale, November 24-27. Both locations open at 10 p.m. on Thanksgiving night and remain open until 9 p.m. on Black Friday with special sales and exclusive offers throughout the weekend. 1270 & 1414 Fording Island Rd. (843) 837-5410 or tangeroutlet.com.
The Island Fudge Shoppe From the bestselling Southern Sampler with generous portions of homemade chocolate fudge, hand dipped chocolates, pecan fiddlers and praline pecans to the Fudge Indulgence gift box loaded with more than three pounds of pure milk and dark chocolate fudge, the holidays are always sweeter at The Island Fudge Shoppe in Coligny Plaza. Through November 30, save 10% on all online orders and ship gifts to family and friends. (843) 842-4280 or islandfudge.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. 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., 686-5099. camphiltonhead.com.
Forsythe Jewelers Visit Forsythe Jewelers in The Shops at Sea Pines Center and experience David Yurman’s “Elements Collection,” a sparkling interplay of textured gold and silver. Forsythe is Hilton Head’s finest jewelry and gifts store and the only place to offer David Yurman. 71 Lighthouse Road. (843) 671-7070, forsythejewelers.biz or facebook.com/forsythehhi. NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 31
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cShopping 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 pages 36-39. (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 47. (843) 785-2345. palmettobaywatersports.com. CLOTHING – CHILDREN’S
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 offer the full line of “Life is good” products featuring jewelry, clothing for adults, youth, toddler and baby, as well as beach 32 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
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.
Frosty’s Closet Coligny Plaza, C-18 on map. GPS: 1 North Forest Beach Drive. A great place to visit for all of your frog wear needs. T-shirts, polos, hoodies, tank tops, beach towels and bags, mugs and stuffed animals can be found just 47 hops from Hilton Head’s only daiquiri bar. See ad page 14. (843) 686-2533. frostyfrog.com. hiltonhead.com
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cShopping 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. Imprinted and specialty clothing for the entire family. Open daily. See ad page 2. (843) 686-5099. 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 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. The Island’s outdoor outfitter. Great selection of premier outdoor lines, including The North Face, Patagonia, Columbia, Prana, Mountain Hardware, Ex Officio. The Island’s best selection of sandals from Crocs, Rainbow, Teva, Chaco, Olikai, Keen, 5 Fingers and more. Pawley’s Island Hammocks. Sunglasses from Costa Del Mar, Oakley, Smith, Kaenon and all your beach needs and toys. Also find a great selection of women’s dresses, the best luggage available and the hot and new stand-up paddle boards. See ads pages 43 & 59. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.com.
The Salty Dog T-Shirt Factory South Beach Marina Village in The Sea Pines Resort, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 South Sea Pines Drive; Arrow Road, H-18 on map. GPS: 67 Arrow Road. Salty Dog shirts, hats, mugs, towels, 34 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
dog bowls and much more are sold exclusively at our two locations. Arrow Road store: Mon.Fri., 9 a.m.-6:30 p.m.; Sat., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun., 11:30 a.m.-6 p.m. South Beach store: Open 9 a.m.-9 p.m daily. See ad pages 36-39 & outside back cover. (843) 671-2232, 842-6331. saltydog.com.
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, hats, visors, sweatshirts, casual wear, specialty toys, beach accessories, Groovy Girls and Hilton Head souvenirs. Custom printing available. See ad page 33. (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 40. (843) 842-4280. islandfudge.com. GIFTS
Forsythe Jewelers The Shops at Sea Pines Center, E-8 on map. GPS: 71 Lighthouse Road. Enjoy the largest 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 45. (843) 671-7070. forsythejewelers.biz.
Jake’s Cargo South Beach Marina Village in The Sea Pines Resort, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 South Sea Pines Drive. 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 hiltonhead.com
cShopping souvenirs. Opens at 9 a.m. daily. See ad pages 36-39. (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) 686-2330.
The Salty Dog T-Shirt Factory South Beach Marina Village in The Sea Pines Resort, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 South Sea Pines Drive; Arrow Road, H-18 on map. GPS: 67 Arrow Road. Salty Dog shirts, hats, mugs, towels, dog bowls and much more are sold exclusively at our two locations. Arrow Road store: Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.6:30 p.m.; Sat., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun., 11:30 a.m.6 p.m. South Beach store: Open 9 a.m.-9 p.m. daily. See ad pages 36-39 & outside back cover. (843) 671-2232, 842-6331. saltydog.com.
South Beach General Store South Beach Marina Village in The Sea Pines hiltonhead.com
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. GROCERY STORES
Piggly Wiggly Coligny Plaza, C-18 on map. GPS: 1 North Forest Beach Drive. Your full-service grocery store, just steps from the beach, with a deli/bakery, excellent produce, fresh meat, local seafood and 10% off mix-and-match cases of domestic and import wines. Home to “Taste of Carolina” local products. Beach supplies and Piggly Wiggly T-shirts. See coupon ad page 16. (843) 785-3881. thepig.net.
Piggly Wiggly Mid-Island at the Plaza at Shelter Cove, G-25 on map. GPS: 32 Shelter Cove Lane. Your full-service grocery store with a deli/bakery, sandwich trays and platters, excellent produce, Black Angus beef, fresh quality meats, fresh sushi made daily, fresh seafood, domestic and imported wines (10% off mix-and-match cases) (continued on page 40) NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 35
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Convenient Hilton Head Locations! Outside Sea Pines: Inside Sea Pines: 67 Arrow Rd 232 S Sea Pines Dr. 843-842-6331 843-671-2232 Open 7 Days a Week The Salty Dog T-Shirt Shop & Jake’s Cargo M-F: 9:00 am - 6:30 pm Open 7 Days a Week Sat: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Sun: 11:30 am - 6:00 pm 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Don’t forget Fido at Jake’s Cargo!
Gifts for Pets & the People Who Love Them!
Located at South Beach Marina, Jake’s Cargo offers gifts for pets and the people who love them! Jake’s Cargo carries pet toys, gourmet treats, clothing and collectibles and even more Salty Dog apparel. Opens at 9:00 am daily.
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and cheeses, fruit and gourmet picnic baskets. Chicken wing bar alongside the gourmet salad and olive bar. See coupon ad page 16. (843) 842-4090. thepig.net. JEWELRY
Designs by Cleo The Gallery of Shops, F-17 on map. GPS: 14 Greenwood Drive. One-of-a-kind jewelry designs that are bold and beautiful. Each piece is uniquely hand-crafted in sterling silver with freshwater pearls and/or semi-precious gemstones. Open Tues.-Thurs., 12-5 p.m.; By appointment, Mon., Fri. & Sat. See ad page 34. (843) 342-7001. designsbycleo.com.
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 45. (843) 671-7070. forsythejewelers.biz. 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 40 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
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 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. PET SOUVENIRS
Jake’s Cargo South Beach Marina Village in The Sea Pines Resort, F-4 on map. GPS: 232 South Sea Pines Drive. 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. Opens at 9 a.m. daily. See ad pages 36-39. (843) 671-5022. saltydog.com. SHOES
Birkenstock 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 Dansko, Finn Comfort, Fitflop, Keen, MBT, Olukai, Rainbow, Think!, UGG and Vibram FiveFingers® to name a few, with 300 different styles for children and adults. Now carrying Injinji™ socks. From classic comfort sandals, shoes, clogs, fashion-trend sandals or water-resistant sandals... All in great styles with the comfort and quality that Birkenstock is known for. See ad page 32. (843) 837-3562. birkenstockbarefootin.com.
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. The Island’s fun and performance shoe source. Great fashions from UGG, Frye, Sport hiltonhead.com
cShopping 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 ads pages 43 & 59. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.com. SHOPPING CENTERS
Coligny Plaza 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 41. (843) 842-6050. colignyplaza.com.
The Harbour Town Shops at The Sea Pines Resort The Sea Pines Resort, H-8 on map. GPS: 149 Lighthouse Road. At the landmark destination of Harbour Town, the scenery is picture-perfect; the backdrop vividly stunning yet, in addition to the incredible views at every turn, Harbour Town is also an incredible hiltonhead.com
shopping destination with over 20 fabulous boutiques, galleries and gift shops. Encircling the yacht basin awaits a shopping experience that is uniquely Hilton Head. You’ll find gorgeous clothing stores, fabulous gift shops and delightful home accessories and artwork. Spend a leisurely day or more discovering the Harbour Town Shops, an experience to be savored. See ad page 71. seapines.com.
Port Royal Plaza Mid-Island off Hwy. 278, K-33 on map. GPS: 95 Mathews Drive. Over 25 stores and eateries for the entire family. Always plenty of parking. Whether you’re here for a weekend or a lifetime, it’s your one-stop-shop for all your practical needs. Dining and drinks, shopping, services, retailers, medical facilities and more. See ad page 20. portroyalplaza.com.
The Shops at Sea Pines Center The Sea Pines Resort, E-8 on map. GPS: 71 Lighthouse Road. Come enjoy the ambience and charm of The Shops at Sea Pines Center, one of Hilton Head Island’s favorite shopping venues, located in the heart of The Sea Pines Resort for more than 25 years. The Center plays host to an interesting variety of customized NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 41
ISLAND BEACHES PUBLIC BEACH ACCESS: All of the beach is public, from the ocean to the high water mark. Access to the beach, however, is often private. The Town of Hilton Head Island provides nine beach accesses: Alder Lane Beach Access, off South Forest Beach Drive; Coligny Beach Park, off Coligny Circle; Driessen Beach Park, at the end of Bradley Beach Road; Chaplin Community Park, off Wm. Hilton Pkwy.; Fish Haul Park & Mitchelville Beach Park, at the end of Beach City Road; Burkes Beach Access, at the end of Burkes Beach Road; Folly Field Beach Park and Islanders Beach Park, both off Folly Field Road.
PARKING & FACILITIES: There are 23 metered spaces at Alder Lane; 54 metered spaces at Folly Field and 13 metered spaces at Burkes Beach Road. The parking fee is a QUARTER for each 15 minutes.
Additionally, there are 207 spaces at Driessen Beach Park for long-term parking. The fee is a QUARTER for each 30 minutes during the week. Parking spaces at Islanders Beach Park are ALWAYS reserved for annual beach passes. Parking at Driessen Beach Park for annual beach passes is reserved from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Parking is FREE at Fish Haul Park, Mitchelville Beach Park and Coligny Beach Park. Handicap parking is available at no fee at all beach parks. Restrooms, changing areas, sand showers and vending machines are available at the beach parks.
DESIGNATED SWIMMING AREAS: Official swimming areas have been designated for the Alder Lane, Coligny, Driessen, Folly Field and Islanders Beach
Parks. The boundaries will be clearly marked on the beach and in the water. During the beach season, lifeguards are stationed in each of the designated swimming areas for assistance and beach information. Please ask a lifeguard before entering the water if the yellow caution flag is flying.
BEACH MARKER SIGNS: Hilton Head’s beaches are marked with signs to let emergency responders know where anyone who needs help is on the beach. They are also useful to help you find your place if you are lost on the beach. It is helpful for everyone in your group to know the marker where you are staying, so that you can return on your own or tell beach patrol personnel, so they can get you back to the right place. The markers sit near the dune line.
BEACH PROHIBITIONS: The following are prohibited on all beaches: – Possession or consumption of alcohol – Glass (bottles, containers, etc.) – Littering – Indecent exposure or nudity – Disorderly conduct – Disturbing the peace – Unauthorized vehicles – Fires and fireworks – Shark fishing
– Horse riding or driving – Removal, harming, or harassment of any live beach fauna (sea turtles, sand dollars, etc.) – Removal, alteration, or damage to dunes, sea oats, or other dune flora – Operation, launching, or landing of unauthorized motorized watercraft
– Unauthorized commercial activity – Sleeping on the beach between midnight and 6 a.m. – Unauthorized wearing of life guard emblems, insignias, etc. – Solicitation or distribution of handouts – Kites not under manual control – Parasailing
ANIMALS must be on leash or under positive voice control October 1 – March 31. Persons in control of animals on the beach are required to remove and properly dispose of the animal’s excrement. Ordinance signs are posted at most beach access points. - Information and photography provided by the Town of Hilton Head Island and Shore Beach Service -
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cShopping retail shops and boutiques with a mix of top-quality jewelry, resort casual men’s and women’s clothing, decorative accessories, a liquor store and a full-service day spa. The Shops at Sea Pines Center is also home to a number of popular dining spots providing breakfast, lunch and dinner. For your convenience, Sea Pines’ only gas station is located at the east entrance, and a post office is nestled within the promenade. During the summer months, the Harbour Town Trolley stops at The Shops at Sea Pines Center every 20 minutes from 10 a.m. until midnight. See ad page 71. (843) 363-5699. seapinescenter.com. 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.hiltonhead.com
4 p.m.; Thurs., 12-4 p.m.; Sat., 10 a.m.3 p.m. See ad page 34. (843) 689-5455. hospicethrift.com.
The Litter Box 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 35. (843) 842-6369. 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., 12:305:30 p.m. Closed Sun. Happy Hour, Mon.Thurs. from 4 p.m. Wine Flights & Cheese, Mon.-Sat., 12:30-2:30 p.m. See ad page 19. (843) 842-3141. islandwinery.com. NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 43
Aries An unusual letter may intrigue you and set you off on a course of action which could change the rest of your life. Be cautious in business affairs and do not sign important papers without having them checked over by your attorney. In romance, maintain your lighthearted mood and do not become deeply involved with someone whose domestic problems are apparent. Taurus Your standing in the community could get a big nudge forward as the result of your activities in a hobby or voluntary organization. Keep up with old friends and donâ€™t let relationships wither because of unimportant social obligations. An old sweetheart may call to revive banked fires. This could prove a pleasant interlude, but is not likely to develop into anything permanent. Pay an old debt.
Gemini A compelling physical attraction could lead to uncomfortable moments at a later date, if you give in to it. If you find it cannot be avoided, lay all your cards on the table and do not deceive yourself or others with romantic doubletalk. In business, keep turning out superior work and you will be rewarded much more handsomely than you expected. Make yourself accessible. Cancer Now is the time to make a big, if dangerous, business move. Care should be taken to keep your activities away from general knowledge, but a little show of power to the proper people could prove profitable. In romantic activities, the opposite would be more advisable. Do not attempt to keep meetings with a loved one secret or you could stir up trouble. Leo Romantic problems could result if you let an attractive, intelligent acquaintance get too big a hold on your imagination. Keep business separate from romance and steer clear of office gossip. Creative assignments could go awry if you lean too heavily on the work of others. Be especially receptive to advice from an older person who has your best interests at heart. Avoid heavy drinking.
Libra A business or personal trip could prove invigorating and bring you into contact with some highly interesting people. Romance could even bud as a result of the above activities, but if it does, older alliances may suffer deeply. In office activities, refuse to be drawn in on arguments that do not concern you. A promotion or new job offer could be in the wings and a low profile is needed.
Scorpio An old friend may come to you with a financial problem. If this happens, do not be too quick to refuse, as the tables could be turned in short order and you may need help yourself. On the other hand, do not throw good money after bad, when expert advice could solve the problem easier than a checkbook. Be sure to attend a social function involving a business superior. Sagittarius A glib-talking person may try to maneuver you into making some unwise choices concerning your present job. Be cautious without becoming negative and check out every supposed opportunity from all directions. In your love life, stay close to home if you do not want your present situation changed radically. Alternatives to your lifestyle may be soon apparent.
Capricorn Try to be less vociferous over a loved oneâ€™s activities which may seem utterly foolish to you. You could also give some thought towards being less demanding when it comes to money matters. Talk serious matters over with a professional before making a major move. In business, you may receive longdelayed recognition for your talents.
Aquarius You could be entering a period of dynamic achievement in many areas. This could bring about improvements in your work situation and in your romantic life. If unattached, this could be an excellent time to begin a new relationship, as both opportunity and drive will be going for you. Health problems could occur, however, if you prove unable to say no to some temptations.
Virgo Be cautious in dealing with news
Pisces A working colleague could be in
media acquaintances, remembering that anything of news value cannot be kept quiet because of past friendship. You could find yourself attracted to a new love interest, despite warm feelings for your present relationship. A decision will have to be made shortly concerning this matter. A wrong move could make things difficult.
a position to give you some excellent advice on domestic matters, but be cautious in telling too many tales out of school. Business affairs should prosper now, if you deal fairly with those upon whose effort your success depends. Anchor yourself with a stalwart friend by coming to his defense in a minor matter.
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ing new bike 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 53. (843) 681-7532. bikedoctorhhi.com.
Hilton Head Bicycle Company
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 57. (843) 785-7851. bicyclebilly.com.
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. See ad page 48. (843) 686-6888. hiltonheadbicycle.com.
Hilton Head Bikes To Go
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 53. (843) 681-7531. bikedoctorhhi.com.
We make bike rentals easy! Free same day delivery to Sea Pines, Palmetto Dunes, Forest Beach, Folly Field, Shipyard and anywhere else on the Island! We are a family-owned and fullyinsured rental company offering only top-quality service and equipment. EVERY bike we rent is BRAND NEW for the 2011 season! Locks, child carriers, baskets and delivery are always free. We also have beach and baby equipment, including beach chairs, umbrellas, strollers, cribs, etc. Open every day. (843) 842-9900. hiltonheadbikestogo.com.
The Bike Doctor, South End
LowSea Bike, Beach & Baby Rentals
New Orleans Road, Suite B, E-18 on map. GPS: 31 New Orleans Road, Suite B. Brand new store! We continue to provide all the same great services as our north end store on Mathews Drive, includ-
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
The Bike Doctor, North End
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cActivities 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 50. (843) 384-9322. hiltonheadbikerental.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 51. (843) 842-5522. pedalsbicycles.com.
Enterprise Lane. Hilton Head’s most complete 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 59. (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 $17 each. Free locks and child carriers. Free Island-wide delivery. See ad page 55. (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 mid-Island location just 10 minutes from anywhere. No gate fee, stay all day. Call for schedule and reservations. See ad page 53. (843) 785-4558.
Riding Tigers Bike Rentals Arrow Road, H-18 on map. GPS: 101 Arrow 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 63. (843) 686-5833. aaaridingtigers.com.
Vacation Comfort Bike Rentals Enterprise Lane, L-33 on map. GPS: 3C hiltonhead.com
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 NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 47
cActivities nature guides. Celebrating over 25 years on Hilton Head. Reservations required. See ad page 53. (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 49. (843) 684-1910. 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 47. (843) 785-2345. palmettobaywatersports.com.
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 52. (843) 363-2900. hiltonheadboattours.com.
Outside Hilton Head Pinckney Island Wildlife Refuge, U-23 on map; 48 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
Shelter Cove Marina, G-27 on map. GPS: 1 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 ads pages 43 & 59. (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. See ad page 47. (843) 785-2345. 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 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 ads pages 43 & 59. (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 hiltonhead.com
Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins are abundant in local waters... In the wintertime, the Bottlenose population averages from 200 to 400 animals. Early spring through late fall, we are inundated with dolphins as females from all over the Southeastern coast make an annual trek to the area to give birth. Other females act as midwives and nannies, often taking turns watching over the young as the mother feeds. Males tag along, following the females wherever they go – yet another human trait! From a boat, you will often see the young calves swimming and playing with the other dolphins in the pod. Providing abundant food for the mothers, Lowcountry waters also give the young dolphins a fairly safe environment to practice swimming and hunting before moving on to other parts of the coast. Although they lack the gracefulness of an adult dolphin, the calves’ playfulness and energy tends to remind one of their own youth. Courtesy of Dolphin Discoveries, a division of Kayak Hilton Head.
reservations. See ad page 56. (843) 671-4386. h2osportsonline.com.
Daufuskie Island. The program includes dolphin eco cruise, golf carts, interpretive historian-guide, stops at all significant Daufuskie sites, snacks and refreshments. See ads pages 43 & 59. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.com.
Nature Cruise With Lunch or Dinner at Marshside Mama’s
H2O 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 hiltonhead.com
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 47. (843) 785-2345. palmettobaywatersports.com. NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 49
WHITE IBIS – White ibis live in the wetlands of the interior and coastal marshes and swamps. They eat crabs and crayfish, and they feed in very large groups. To find their food, they probe with their long bills into the mud as they slowly walk along. They can pick insects off the dry ground as well. White Ibis nest in huge, dense colonies. When they move from the feeding site back to the colony, they typically fly together as a flock.
cActivities The Outback Kayak Experience 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. Experience a remarkable tour. 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. No experience necessary. Ask to go on The Outback. Exclusively from Outside Hilton Head. See ads pages 43 & 59. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.com.
FISHING 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 pages 36-39. (843) 671-3060. bluewaterhhi.com.
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. 50 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
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 52. (843) 363-2900. hiltonheadboattours.com.
Inshore Fishing (A Division of 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. Everyone needs a day away from the golf course, so why not add a few “fish stories” to the one about the “almost” hole-in-one. Light tackle, bring a few beers if you’d like, relax and enjoy with your buddies. Fall is redfish and trout season. 12 inches to over 2 feet! Experienced captain, GREAT FUN! When fall arrives, the locals golf AND fish! You and your friends should, too! Call us today to reserve the boat. You’ll make this part of your yearly fall outing. See ad page 49. (843) 684-1911. kayakhiltonhead.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 hiltonhead.com
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cActivities fishing tours available in the winter months. See ad page 49. 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; Palmetto Bluff, W-9 on map. GPS: 476 Mount Pelia Road. Daily kayak fishing excursions. Daily 3-hour tour includes custom fishing kayak, bait, guide, tackle and licensing. All tours are conducted in the stateof-the-art Hobie paddle fishing kayaks. Tours scheduled around optimal tides for targeting redfish. The ultimate in sport fishing. See ads pages 43 & 59. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.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 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 63. (843) 816-0215 or 341-3742. moneric.com or northendcharterfleet.com. hiltonhead.com
O Cat Fishing Charters with Outside Hilton Head Hilton Head Harbor RV Resort & Marina, T-23 on map. GPS: 43A Jenkins Road; Palmetto Bluff, W-9 on map. GPS: 476 Mount Pelia Road. Fishing local waters since 1979. O Cat Fishing Charters offers a choice of a fast and stable 26’ Power Cat or a 20’ flat boat. Quality fly, spin and sport experiences. Year-round fishing for redfish, trout, cobia, mackerel and tarpon. Ask about shark fishing, too. Great family fishing fun. See ads pages 43 & 59. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.com.
GOLF Harbour Town Golf Links Harbour Town in The Sea Pines Resort, H-8 on map. GPS: 149 Lighthouse Road. Perennially ranked among the top golf courses in the world and home to The RBC Heritage, a PGA Tour event. See ad page 71. (843) 842-8484 or 363-4485. seapines.com.
Ocean Course/Heron Point Plantation Clubhouse, open to the public, The Sea Pines Resort, C-10 on map. GPS: 100 North Sea Pines Drive. Hilton Head Island’s first golf course offers a challenging golf experience with magnificent ocean views. NGCOA Beginner Friendly Certified Course. Certified NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 51
Join us for an exciting Fishing Excursion aboard . . .
THE DRIFTER 5 Hr.Trip, $66 Adults, 4 Hr.Trip, $61 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
Freshwater forested wetlands occur in the interior portions of Hilton Head Island. Once abundant, these wetlands have been fragmented and destroyed by rapid development. Because they provide the only source of fresh water for many animals, these wetlands are vital to the long term health of Hilton Head Island's ecosystems. Forested wetlands are comprised mainly of red maple, sweet gum, black gum, and pine trees, with a diverse understory of wax myrtle, fetterbush, ferns, and other water-loving plants. Many wildlife species can be seen in Hilton Head Island's forested wetlands. Songbirds find shelter and food among the trees and understory vegetation. Many mammals such as rabbits, deer and otter depend on the wetland for their survival. Reptiles and amphibians are also common wetland residents. Good examples of forested wetlands on Hilton Head Island include the Cypress Conservancy in Hilton Head Plantation, and Boggy Gut located off Pope Avenue.
Information provided by the Town of Hilton Head Island, (843) 341-4600. hiltonheadislandsc.gov.
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opportunities. See ad page 61. (843) 686-5323. h2osportsonline.com.
Audubon Cooperative Sanctuaries. See ad page 71. (843) 842-8484 or 363-4475. seapines.com.
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HORSEBACK RIDING Lawton Stables The Sea Pines Resort, F-12 on map. GPS: 190 Greenwood Drive. Guided scenic trail rides through the 600-acre Forest Preserve. Offering private lessons, pony rides for children, horses bought and sold, training and breeding. A “must visit” when on Hilton Head Island. See ad page 51. (843) 671-2586. lawtonstableshhi.com.
KAYAK RENTALS AND NATURE TOURS H2O Alligator & Wildlife Tour Harbour Town Marina in The Sea Pines Resort, H-8 on map. GPS: 149 Lighthouse Road. Join us on a one-hour guided tour of the pristine freshwater lakes of The Sea Pines Resort Forest Preserve (over 600 acres). Get a close-up view of Hilton Head’s indigenous plant and animal life, including the native American Alligator. Come aboard our safe and stable 12-passenger electric boat, narrated by an experienced Lowcountry Tour Guide. Phenomenal photo 52 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
Harbour Town Marina in The Sea Pines Resort, H-8 on map. GPS: 149 Lighthouse Road. 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 56. (843) 671-4386. h2osportsonline.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 kayaking. In the fall when temperatures cool off, 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 49. (843) 684-1910. kayakhiltonhead.com.
Outside Hilton Head Three departure locations: Shelter Cove Marina, G-27 on map. GPS: 1 Shelter Cove hiltonhead.com
cActivities 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 tours, back island excursions, calm-water paddles, kid’s camps, teen tours, kayak fishing and kayak rentals. Kayak with dolphins, egret, heron, eagles, otter and the entire salt marsh ecosystem. See why over 100,000 have paddled with OHH over the past 30 years. See ads pages 43 & 59. (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 kayak tours and rentals through the Southeast’s most pristine waterways. See ads pages 43 & 59. (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 hiltonhead.com
family fun. Call the “Friendliest Staff on the Island” for reservations. See ad page 47. (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 ads pages 43 & 59. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.com.
MINIATURE GOLF Legendary Golf 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 61. (843) 785-9214 or 686-3399. NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 53
RECREATIONAL PATHWAYS GUIDE The Town of Hilton Head Island provides over 50 miles of public pathways and nature trails for the enjoyment of pedestrians and cyclists. At low tide, the Island’s 12 miles of beaches are ideal for biking. Public beaches are indicated on the Island Events’ Island Map. Our map also shows the existing public pathways. Many kiosks are located along the pathways with an Island-wide map on one side, and a localized map of the area on the other.
RULES FOR THE ROAD Please obey all traffic signals and pathway markings. Stop signs must be obeyed for safety. Bicycles are vehicles and must obey SC traffic laws. Travel the pathways at speeds that allow for the safety of pedestrians and other users. Never ride within the roadway against traffic. State law requires bicycles to drive like all other vehicles. Please do not ride on roads where a pathway is available. Please ride single file and keep a safe distance from other bicyclists. WATCH OUT FOR MOTORISTS! Motorists must yield to pedestrians and bicyclists within marked crossings, but they may not see you. Please yield to pedestrians. When resting or stopped, please move off the pathway. Most sections of the pathways are not illuminated. If you must bike at night, please wear light-colored clothing or carry a flashlight. Bicycles must have a red rear reflector and a headlight when biking at night. When approaching slower pathway users from behind, please sound your warning device, or call out, “Passing on your left.” Always pass on the left. Bicyclists should always wear a helmet, especially children 12 and under. Make eye contact and use hand signals. Assume other bicyclists and motorists don’t see you. Hand signals tell motorists and other path users what you intend to do and will ensure everyone’s safe enjoyment of the pathways. Be courteous, alert and predictable. Information courtesy of The Town of Hilton Head Island
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interesting locations. Great family fun. See ads pages 43 & 59. (800) 686-6996. outsidehiltonhead.com.
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 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 61. (843) 686-5323. h2osportsonline.com.
SCAVENGER HUNTS High Tech Scavenger Hunt with 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. Looking for a fun and inexpensive way to find the hidden gems of Hilton Head Island? Using the same principles of a traditional scavenger hunt, this program uses GPS hand-held receivers to navigate through clues to Hilton Headâ€™s most hiltonhead.com
Gullah Heritage Trail Tours 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 55. (843) 681-7066. gullaheritage.com.
Segway of Savannah 102 E. Liberty St. (at the corner of Drayton and Liberty Sts.), Ste. 106, Savannah, GA. Take a daytrip to Historic Savannah and explore the city on Segwayâ€™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 50. (912) 233-3554. segwayofsavannah.com. NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 55
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Cork’s Wine Bar in Island Crossing Center, 5-6 p.m. Non-members welcome, $15 fee. 11 Palmetto Bay Rd. (843) 812-8466 or aiwf.org/hiltonhead. November 8 - 9: “Comedy at The Kingfisher: Spanky Brown” presented by the Hilton Head Comedy Club upstairs at The Kingfisher Seafood, Pasta & Steak House in Shelter Cove Harbour, 8 p.m. Reservations recommended; dinner and show packages are available. 18 Harbourside Lane. (843) 681-7757 or kingfisherseafood.com. November 8: Mental Health Community Education Meeting hosted by NAMI at Lowcountry Presbyterian Church in Bluffton, 7 p.m. Free and open to the public. 10 Simmonsville Rd. (843) 681-2200 ext. 6 or namibeaufortcounty.com. November 9 & 16: “Homeschool Art” for ages 6-12 at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, 1:30-2:45 p.m. Sculpture and ceramics. Preregistration required. 14 Shelter Cove Lane. (843) 686-3945 ext. 233 or artshhi.com. November 9: The Low Country Human Resources Association, an affiliate of SHRM, meets at the Holiday Inn Express in Bluffton, 8 a.m. Guests and prospective members welcome. 35 Bluffton Rd. (Hwy. 46). (843) 341-4993 or lowcountry.shrm.org. November 9: Creative Writing Workshop with C.J. Lyons at the Hilton Head Public Library. Free, registration required. 11 Beach City Rd. (843) 255-6525 or beaufortcountylibrary.org. November 9: The Lowcountry Civil War Roundtable meets in the Bluffton High School 56 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
Auditorium, 6:45 p.m. “Robert E. Lee’s Defense of the Lowcountry” presentation with Dr. James K. Hogue. Guests welcome, admission is $10. 12 H. E. McCracken Circle. (843) 681-1956 or lcwrt.squarespace.com. November 10 - 13: The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina presents “Christmas Up the Holler” featuring authentic music of Appalachian mountain folk. 14 Shelter Cove Lane. (843) 842-2787 or artshhi.com. November 10: Beaufort County Historical Society’s 2011 Fall Speakers Series at the Beaufort Yacht Club, noon. Kristine Dunn Johnson discusses her book, No Holier Spot of Ground: Confederate Monuments and Cemeteries and the history of the US National Cemetery. Free and open to the public. Meridian Rd. (843) 524-7969 or beaufortcountyhistoricalsociety.org. November 11 - 13 & 18 - 19: Hilton Head Dance Theatre presents “Nutcracker 2011” with artistic directors Karena Brock-Carlyle and John Carlyle at the Hilton Head High School Visual & Performing Arts Center. Fri. & Sat. at 7:30 p.m.; Nov. 13 & 19 at 2:30 p.m. 70 Wilborn Rd. (843) 842-3262 or hhdt.org. November 11 - 13: 10th Annual South Carolina Bank and Trust Hilton Head Oyster Festival in Shelter Cove Community Park. Opening Night Concert with Bobby Ryder on Fri., 5-8 p.m.; Oysters, shrimp, chili, chowder, hot dogs, hamburgers, live music, a Kid’s Zone, large screen TVs, a silent auction and Holiday Craft Show on Sat. & Sun., 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 39 Shelter Cove Lane. (843) 681-7273 or islandreccenter.org. November 11 - 12: 29th Annual Heritage Days Celebration at the Penn Center on St. Helena Island. Art exhibits, Flags of the Gullah People, Fish Fry & Blues Night, an Old Fashion Prayer Service, a Heritage Days Symposium, Parade, craft fair, center stage entertainment and hiltonhead.com
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style, with safe boating information provided by the U.S. Coast Guard. (843) 671-2704.
more. 16 Penn Center Circle. (843) 838-2432 or penncenter.com.
November 12: 33rd Annual St. Andrew ByThe-Sea Fall Festival, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. An open bazaar featuring gifts, needle work, garden art, baked goods, a garden shop, gently used items, a full food menu, a silent auction and more. Proceeds benefit church outreach and mission projects. 20 Pope Ave. (843) 785-4711 or 715-0123.
November 11: Veteran’s Day Observance hosted by the Hilton Head Military Coalition at the Veterans Memorial adjacent to Shelter Cove Community Park, 10:30 a.m. (843) 681-4960. November 11: “Music at Noon,” a concert featuring organist Gilbert C. Campbell, presented by the Low Country Chapter American Guild of Organists at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, noon. Free and open to the public. 50 Pope Ave. (888) 840-0152 or lowcountryago.org. November 11: Hilton Head Island Ski Club TGIF Social Night in the rooftop cantina at Santa Fe Cafe, 5-7 p.m. Skiers, non-skiers and retired skiers welcome. Happy Hour prices. 807 Wm. Hilton Pkwy. (843) 681-4181 or hiltonheadskiclub.com. November 11: 22nd Annual Taste of the Season presented by the Hilton Head IslandBluffton Chamber of Commerce at the Hilton Head Marriott Resort and Spa in Palmetto Dunes, 6-9 p.m. More than 35 of the area’s top chefs and restaurants compete for “Best Cuisine” honors, plus a silent auction. 1 Hotel Circle. (800) 523-3373 or hiltonheadisland.org. November 12 - 13: “Beginning Metalsmithing” class for ages 13 and up taught by Christina Taylor at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Pre-registration required. 14 Shelter Cove Lane. (843) 686-3945 ext. 233 or artshhi.com. November 12: Nautical Trade Day at the Harbour Town Yacht Basin, 10 a.m.-noon. Buy, sell or trade used nautical wares, flea markethiltonhead.com
November 12: Pig Pickin’ & Lowcountry Boil at The Salty Dog Café in South Beach Marina Village, 4-8 p.m. Lowcountry cooking, plus live music, kid’s fun and games and Jake the Salty Dog. 232 S. Sea Pines Dr. (843) 671-2233 or saltydog.com. November 12: “USCB’s Fall Tour: 150th Anniversary of the Day the Yankees Invaded” aboard The Spirit of Harbour Town with noted historians, Dr. Lawrence Rowland and Dr. Stephen Wise. A re-enactment of the Battle of Port Royal Sound, which took place on November 7, 1861. Pre-registration required. (843) 521-4147 or e-mail email@example.com. November 12: 6th Annual Pearls to Pluff Mud “An Evening of Hollywood Style” Silent Auction, Dinner and Dance to benefit Cross Schools at the Hampton Hall Community Clubhouse in Bluffton, 6:30 p.m. (843) 706-2000 or crossschools.org. November 13: 13th Annual ShortBread Shoppe Fine Arts and Craft Show at the Spanish Wells Country Club Clubhouse, 1-4 p.m. No gate pass needed. 1 Brams Point Rd. (843) 681-5092. November 13: 2nd Annual Party at the Harbour at the Harbour Town Yacht Club, 5-8 p.m. Music by the Islandeers, a social hour, dinner and silent auction. Proceeds benefit Hilton NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 57
Tidal Water, Pluff Mud, Cordgrass & Oysters By Capt. Patte Ranney, SC Master Naturalist, Outside Hilton Head
... salt marshes play an amazingly important role in our world.
There are basically four naturally occurring components of a salt marsh: The tidal water, the pluff mud, the cordgrass and oysters. Each of these plays a crucial role and each is reliant on the stability of the others for the salt marsh environment to succeed. The tides push the salty waters into the far reaches of the salt marsh and then suck the water out. This constant filling and flushing of the marshes allows for the dynamic exchange of nutrients to and from the ocean. The salinity of the water in the marsh is nearly the same as the ocean. The cordgrass helps keep the pluff mud in place, the mud accumulates and supports the root system of the grasses and from it emerges the vast oyster beds. Should any single component be compromised or removed from the system, the salt marsh would be dramatically different. While we have the most salt marsh in the county, and South Carolina has the most salt marsh of any state, salt marshes can be found throughout the world. They occur wherever there is a flow of salt water between the mainland and outer islands. And salt marshes play an amazingly important role in our world. I like to say that our salt marsh affects everyone, whether you live in the Lowcountry, Ohio, Kansas City, Seattle or Hong Kong. Here are just a few examples: If you enjoy oysters, shrimp and crab… you are affected by our salt marsh. Oysters are a permanent fixture of a salt marsh. In fact, the health of the specific system in which the oysters grow determines the quality and 58 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
availability for consumption. A pristine habitat is required. Shrimp and Blue Crab come and go from the salt marsh depending on the stage of their development. Fry shrimp depend on the food and protection provided by the narrow and shallow creeks. If you enjoy whale-watching or birding, you are affected by our salt marsh. The dolphin that ply our waterways throughout the year are, indeed, members of the whale family. Birders can observe a wide variety of species, from the resident Brown Pelican and the unusual Wood Stork to the migrant loons and mergansers, just to name a few! Last, but not least, my favorite example: The incredible Horseshoe Crab! But I’m out of space. Pick up next month’s issue of Island Events to read about how your life is – or may be – impacted by the very cool Horseshoe Crab. For now, get outside and enjoy the cool temperatures. The salt marsh is an awesome environment, rich with unique flora and fauna. Since this is a month with “R,” watch for watermen plying the abundant oyster rakes harvesting this Lowcountry winter specialty. If you eat oysters, be sure to ask for the local, hand-picked variety. For over 30 years, Outside Hilton Head has provided personalized adventures for all ages, from kayak, fishing, nature and dolphin tours to kid’s camps, history excursions, family outings and stand-up paddle boarding. “The Island’s outdoor outfitter” also offers an outstanding selection of clothing, gear and accessories for men, women and children at the flagship store in the Plaza at Shelter Cove and a second location in Palmetto Bluff. (843) 686-6996 or outsidehiltonhead.com. hiltonhead.com
cCalendar Head Safe Harbour. 149 Lighthouse Rd. (843) 671-7233 or hhisafeharbour.org. November 14: 12th Annual Memory Matters Golf Tournament at the Moss Creek Golf Club, 9 a.m. Fee includes golf, a luncheon buffet, two raffle tickets, a mulligan, light Continental breakfast, a chance to bid on silent auction items and great prizes. (843) 842-6688 or memory-matters.org. November 14: The Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra presents “Scheherazade,” a concert featuring principal guest conductor John Morris Russell and pianist Ran Dank at First Presbyterian Church, 8 p.m. 540 Wm. Hilton Pkwy. (843) 842-2055 or hhso.org. November 15 - 16: “Comedy at The Kingfisher: Ritchie Minerva” presented by the Hilton Head Comedy Club upstairs at The Kingfisher Seafood, Pasta & Steak House in Shelter Cove Harbour, 8 p.m. Reservations strongly recommended; dinner and show packages are available. 18 Harbourside Lane. (843) 681-7757 or kingfisherseafood.com. hiltonhead.com
November 15: Archaeology Society of SC/Hilton Head Chapter Meeting at the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn, 1 p.m. Chica Arndt of CGAS discusses the Mary Musgrove site in Savannah. Open to the public. 70 Honey Horn Dr. (843) 363-5058 or assc.net. November 15: “Live at The Westin” with maestro John Morris Russell and pianist Ran Dank to benefit the Hilton Head International Piano Competition at The Westin Hilton Head Resort & Spa, 6-9 p.m. A special performance by the 2008 HHIPC first prize winner with a live auction, heavy hors d’oeuvres and a complimentary drink. Tickets are $75 per person. 2 Grasslawn Ave. (843) 842-5880 or hhipc.org. November 15: The Camera Club of Hilton Head Island meets at the Palmetto Electric Company, 7:30 p.m. Anyone with an interest in photography is welcome. 111 Mathews Dr. (843) 301-5252 or cchhi.net. November 15: Third Tuesdays Book Club meets at the Hilton Head Branch Library, 7:30 p.m. Discussion of Room by Emma Donoghue. 11 Beach City Rd. (843) 255-6520 or beaufortcountylibrary.org. NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 59
Rejuvenating Eastern Oysters By Kathleen McMenamin, Master Naturalist, H2O Sports
Photo By Diane Murphy, CCCE
... oyster reefs provide habitat to a number of different organisms...
Oyster populations are declining all along the Atlantic Coast.
With the humidity lowering and the cool breezes of fall blowing in, down South we are ready for oyster season. There is nothing better than sharing an Oyster Roast with friends and family, but in order to keep this Southern tradition alive, oyster populations must be maintained. We can all help out! South Carolina’s coast is home to Eastern Oysters (crassostrea virginica). These creatures are a keystone species for our estuary systems. The oyster reefs provide habitat to a number of different organisms, such as fish, shrimps, crabs and other mollusks. The oyster reefs also act as natural breakwater, absorbing wave energy that could potentially be harmful to our shores. They are also the number one water filter we have in South Carolina. One oyster can filter 2.5 gallons of water every hour – that’s 50 gallons of water a day! Eastern Oysters can be found in our intertidal zone and thus are very tolerant creatures. They can withstand great variations in temperature and salinity. They eat by filter feeding phytoplankton out of the water column. Reproduction takes place in the summer months when the water temperature is greater than 68 degrees. During reproduction, oysters release free-swimming larvae called Spat. This spat is carried through our waterways by tides and currents looking for hard substrate to attach itself to, called Clutch. The best thing for spat is to attach to another oyster shell, but it can also fasten to wood, concrete or other forms of shells. Once the spat has found a suitable clutch, it will develop a full shell within 12 to 24 hours. 60 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
Over-harvesting, the destruction of oyster habitat, water pollution, coastal development and wake from recreational boats are all contributing factors. Tens of thousands of bushels are harvested off of the U.S. Atlantic coast each year, but less than 10% percent of the harvested shells return to our waterways. Without these shells being placed back into the water, the oyster spat are finding less clutch to grow on. South Carolina Oyster Restoration and Enhancement (SCORE) is a program started by the Department of Natural Resources of South Carolina to increase our Eastern Oysters. Volunteers work together to plant clutch material in order to recruit more juvenile oysters. They have also established Oyster Recycling facilities, where both commercial companies and individuals can deposit used shells, to be placed back into our waterways. Since May of 2001, SCORE volunteers using 500 tons of shells have built 188 reefs on our coast. Old shells are quarantined for up to 6 months and then are placed into plastic mesh bags. These bags stop the shells from breaking down and become a part of the reef. The bags are placed in designated areas, usually in tidal creeks and adjacent to salt marshes, during the oyster spawning season. For more information on SCORE, visit score.dnr.sc.gov. Focusing on the wildlife and habitats of the South Carolina Lowcountry, the H2O Nature Center features live reptile and amphibian exhibits, hands-on displays and more. Apparel, gifts, books and bicycle/fishing gear rentals are also available. To make reservations for the Alligator and Wildlife Tour with Master Naturalist Kathleen McMenamin, please call (843) 686-5323. For details on other water activities offered by H2O Sports, visit h2osportsonline.com. hiltonhead.com
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Play the Island’s best miniature golf courses. Kids 4 and under play FREE (one per paying adult)
$2 Off per person up to 6 people, before 6 pm Adult prices only.
$2 Off per person up to 6 people, before 6 pm Adult prices only.
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80 Pope Ave. • 18 Holes
Hwy 278 • 36 Holes
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cCalendar November 16 - 21: The Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra’s Holiday Web Auction. Online Preview begins Nov. 12. (843) 842-2055 or hhso.org. November 16: “Overcoming Your Brick Wall” genealogical research class at the Heritage Library, 1:30 p.m. Reservations required. Savannah Bank Bldg., 852 Wm. Hilton Pkwy. (843) 686-6560 or heritagelib.org. November 16: “Understanding Pelvic Organ Prolapse” health seminar with Dr. Ramon McGehee of Bon Sain Complete Women’s Healthcare in the Medical Office Plaza, next to Coastal Carolina Hospital, Ste. 220, 12-1 p.m. Light lunch. RSVP required. 1000 Medical Center Dr. (877) 582-2737 or bonsain.com. November 16: “Beethoven Left His Mark” presented by the CSO Chamber Orchestra at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, 8 p.m. Works from and inspired by the great composer, including Strauss, Wagner and Beethoven’s own Symphony No. 2. 14 Shelter Cove Lane. (843) 842-2787 or charlestonsymphony.org. hiltonhead.com
November 17: “Big Band Swing” presented by Volunteers in Medicine Hilton Head Island and The Junior Jazz Foundation at the Hilton Head Marriott Resort and Spa in Palmetto Dunes, 6-10 p.m. Live music featuring Joe Gransden and his 16-piece Big Band and renowned jazz artist Annie Sellick, dancing, cocktails and dinner in a 1940s jazz club ambience. (843) 689-6612 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. November 18 - 20: The DMC Tennis Championship at the Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center. A junior USTA-sanctioned event. Proceeds benefit recreation, cancer patient support and cancer research. (843) 785-1152 or davidmcarmines.org. November 18: Hilton Head Island Holiday Farmers Market at Historic Honey Horn, 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Fresh, locally-grown produce, plus meats, poultry, seafood, flowers, baked goods and more. Free parking. 70 Honey Horn Dr. (843) 785-2767 or farmersmarkethiltonheadisland.com. November 18: “Bat Lady” program with Vicky Beckham Smith at the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn, 3 p.m. A discussion of different kinds of bats, bat myths and their unique adapNOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 61
Two-Plane vs. One-Plane Swing By I.J. Schecter with Doug Weaver
Photos by Rob Tipton/Boomkin Productions
Two types of swings are in fashion today – the two-plane and the one-plane. Until recently, almost all professionals used a two-plane swing, involving a fairly erect posture, narrow stance, a level turn and a swing that brings the arms up almost vertically, on a steeper plane than that of the shoulders. Over the last 15 years or so, swing scholar Jim Hardy has introduced the increasingly popular one-plane swing, which is distinguished from the two-plane by its physical ease and mechanical simplicity. While both types of swings end up at essentially the same spot – square to the ball at impact – they get there in different ways. Let’s talk about the path your club should be taking to the ball and the three crucial stops it should make along the way. Stop No. 1 The position of your hands and wrists halfway through your backswing should provide clear evidence whether you’re using a two- or oneplane swing. Since the two-plane backswing is intended to be pulled straight back up over your shoulder, halfway through the backswing (at the 9 o’clock position), your arms will be moving on an upright plane, your clubhead slightly outside or aligned with your hands and your wrists hinged. Here’s a good test: If you’re on-plane and you allow your palms to open while in this position, the clubshaft should slide down through them. 62 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
... the angle of the front arm matches the angle of an imaginary line... If you’re using a one-plane swing, which is flatter by nature than the two-plane swing, the clubshaft will not slide through your palms so easily, if at all. Stop No. 2 At the top of the more traditional two-plane backswing, the front arm is more upright (between the ear and shoulder), and the shaft of the club is parallel to the target line. By contrast, the one-plane swing arrives at the top of the backswing with the front arm on the same plane as the shoulders, at an angle closer to 45 degrees. This in turn keeps the clubshaft parallel to the target line and maintains an unchanged spine angle from the initial address position. It is called a “one-plane” because the angle of the front arm matches the angle of an imaginary line drawn between the shoulders. Stop No. 3 It is on the way back toward the ball that, for most golfers, the one-plane swing will begin to feel odd. Most likely, you’ve grown up learning a two-plane swing, so the one-plane route will feel counterintuitive to your muscles. After all, you’ve spent hours trying to perfect a swing in which the club is brought straight back up and over your shoulders before your hips start to release, pulling the rest of your body along with them. In the one-plane swing, your upper body releases first and your lower body second. The swing is designed this way in order to help you avoid getting “stuck” partway through the downswing, a circumstance that leads to perilous adjustments as a result of flawed timing. Doug Weaver is the Director of Instruction at the Palmetto Dunes Golf Academy and conducts “Where Does the Power Come From?,” a free golf clinic and demonstration, every Monday at 4 p.m. For details on the instructional programs offered at the Palmetto Dunes Golf Academy, call (843) 785-1138, (800) 827-3006 or visit palmettodunes.com. hiltonhead.com
cCalendar tations. The program will be illustrated with live bats. Reservations required. 70 Honey Horn Dr. (843) 689-6767 ext. 223 or coastaldiscovery.org. November 18: Kid’s Night Out for K-5th graders at the Island Rec. Center, 6-10 p.m. Swimming, games, pizza, arts and crafts and a movie. Pre-registration required. 20 Wilborn Rd. (843) 681-7273 or islandreccenter.org. November 19: The Jazz Corner’s 7th Annual Charity Golf Tournament on the Arthur Hills Course at Palmetto Hall Plantation, 10 a.m. Proceeds benefit the Junior Jazz Foundation. (843) 842-8620 or e-mail email@example.com. November 19: “Friends of the Lagoon” Oyster Roast at Hilton Head Outfitters in the Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort, 4-7 p.m. 80 Queens Folly Rd. (866) 380-1783 or hiltonheadoutfitters.com. November 20: Got Art? Fundraiser to benefit the Art League of Hilton Head in the Theater Lobby of the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, 4 p.m. A $100 ticket guarantees a work of art valued hiltonhead.com
at more than $150. Preview at 3 p.m. 14 Shelter Cove Lane. (843) 681-5060, 681-2399 or artleaguehhi.org. November 22 - 26: Thanksgiving Wagon Rides in The Sea Pines Resort Forest Preserve departing from Heritage Farm. Nov. 22, 23 & 25 at 3 & 4:15 p.m.; Nov. 24 & 26 at 10 & 11:15 a.m. Cookies and refreshments before the trip. Reservations required. (843) 842-1979 or seapines.com. November 23 - January 2: Christmas Light Festival & Holiday Window Contest in the Harbour Town Yacht Basin. View dozens of Christmas light displays, including the Harbour Town Lighthouse, and vote on original works of art created by local elementary school students on display in shop windows. (843) 842-1979 or seapines.com. November 23: Birthday Bash at The Sandbox, An Interactive Children’s Museum, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Celebrate The Sandbox’s 6th birthday with a bounce house, carnival games with prizes, cotton candy, birthday cake, snow and more. Admission is $10; free for ages 2 and under. 18A Pope Ave. (843) 842-7645 or thesandbox.org. November 24 - 27: Magic at Moonlight & NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 63
cGolf Chart * Denotes Private ** Guest Policy ✮ Night Play Available
# Of Holes
Adventure Cove, Hwy. 278 at Folly Field Rd. ✮
Arthur Hills at Palmetto Dunes
Arthur Hills Course at Palmetto Hall
Par Length Rating
Barony, Port Royal Plantation
Bear Creek*, Hilton Head Plantation
Bloody Point, Daufuskie Island Resort
Country Club of Hilton Head, Hilton Head Plantation
Crescent Pointe Golf Club, Mainland, Hwy. 278
Devil’s Elbow North*, Moss Creek
Devil’s Elbow South*, Moss Creek
Dolphin Head*, Hilton Head Plantation
Eagle’s Pointe Golf Club, Mainland, Hwy. 278
George Fazio, Palmetto Dunes
Golden Bear Golf Club, Indigo Run
Golf Club at Indigo Run*
Haig Point Golf Club*, Daufuskie Island
Harbour Town Golf Links, The Sea Pines Resort
Heron Point, The Sea Pines Resort
Hidden Cypress Golf Club, Mainland, Sun City
Hilton Head National, Mainland, Hwy. 278
Island West Golf Club, Mainland, Hwy. 278
Legendary Golf, Wm. Hilton Pkwy. ✮
Legendary Golf, Pope Ave. ✮
Long Cove*, Long Cove Club
Melrose Golf Club, Daufuskie Island
Ocean Course, The Sea Pines Resort
Okatie Creek Golf Club, Mainland, Sun City
Old Carolina Golf Club, Mainland, Hwy. 278
Old South Golf Links, Mainland, Hwy. 278
Oyster Reef, Hilton Head Plantation
Pirates Island Adventure Golf, Hwy. 278 ✮
Planter’s Row, Port Royal Plantation
Robber’s Row, Port Royal Plantation
Robert Cupp Course, Palmetto Hall
Robert Trent Jones, Palmetto Dunes
Rose Hill Golf CLub, Mainland, Hwy. 278
Sea Pines Country Club*, The Sea Pines Resort
Shipyard Golf Club, Shipyard Plantation
Spanish Wells Golf Club**, Spanish Wells
Wexford*, Wexford Plantation
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cCalendar After Thanksgiving Sale at the Tanger Outlets Hilton Head. The centers open at 10 p.m. on Thanksgiving night and remain open until 9 p.m. on Black Friday. Special sales and exclusive offers throughout the weekend. 1270 & 1414 Fording Island Rd. (843) 837-5410 or tangeroutlet.com. November 24 - 26: Thanksgiving Tennis Academy with Stan Smith at the Sea Pines Racquet Club. A unique opportunity to meet and learn from the former U.S. Open and Wimbledon champion and U.S. Olympic men’s tennis coach. (843) 363-4495 or seapines.com. November 24: Annual Piggly Wiggly Turkey Trot, 8 a.m. A 5K, 10K and Fun Walk to benefit the Island Rec. Center. (843) 681-7273 or islandreccenter.org. November 24: 13th Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner at Hudson’s Seafood, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. All are welcome to share turkey, dressing and all the trimmings at this free dinner organized by St. Andrew By-The-Sea United Methodist Church. Donations benefit The Deep Well Project. To volunteer or arrange transportation, call (843) 540-7925 or visit hudsonsonthedocks.com. November 25 - December 31: South Beach Christmas Village in South Beach Marina Village. Hundreds of thousands of twinkling lights and falling snow. Free Santa Visits & Pictures with treats for the whole family at the South Beach Inn on Nov. 25-26, Dec. 2-3, 9-10 & 16-17 from 3-7 p.m. 232 S. Sea Pines Dr. (843) 363-2198 or saltydog.com. November 25 - 26: Holiday Kick-Off Celebration at Shelter Cove Harbour. Sales, promotions, free picture with Santa, dining specials and live entertainment. Hwy. 278 between Mile Markers 8 & 9. (843) 686-9098 or sheltercovehiltonhead.com. November 25: 9th Annual Fishing Tournament in The Sea Pines Resort Forest Preserve, 10 a.m.noon. Fish for bass, bream and catfish at Fish Island and roast hot dogs and marshmallows around a fire. Prizes in various categories. Reservations required. (843) 842-1979 or seapines.com. November 25: Free photos with Santa at Coligny Plaza, 10 a.m.-noon. 1 N. Forest Beach Dr. (843) 842-6050 or colignyplaza.com. November 25: Gregg Russell Thanksgiving hiltonhead.com
Concert under the Liberty Oak in Harbour Town, 7:30 p.m. Complimentary. (843) 842-1979 or seapines.com. November 26: Caramel Apple Festival in Harbour Town, 1-3 p.m. Caramel apples, games, crafts and entertainment. Rates vary based on activities. (843) 842-1979 or seapines.com. November 26: Community Christmas Tree Lighting at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, 3:30-5:30 p.m. An old-fashioned Yuletide celebration with Christmas carols, holiday crafts, treats, a performance by the cast of “The Drowsy Chaperone,” photos with Santa, visits with Mrs. Claus and Rudolph and the lighting of the Town’s Official Christmas Tree. Free. 14 Shelter Cove Lane. (843) 842-2787 or artshhi.com. November 27: Dixieland Jazz Society of the Lowcountry New Orleans-style Jazz Jam at The Jazz Corner in The Village at Wexford, 2-5 p.m. Free admission, minimum purchase for table seating. 1000 Wm. Hilton Pkwy. (843) 842-8620 or djslc.com. November 29: Rehearsals begin for a free, community-wide presentation of the Christmas portion of Handel’s “Messiah” at First Presbyterian Church, 7-9 p.m. Hosted by the First Presbyterian Church Sanctuary Choir. Singers from the community are invited to participate in the December 16 performance. 540 Wm. Hilton Pkwy. (843) 681-3696 or fpchhi.org. November 30 - December 18: The South Carolina Repertory Company presents “Oh Coward,” a celebration of one of theatre’s greatest entertainers – Noel Coward. Preview Night on Nov. 30 to benefit Safe Harbour. 136 Beach City Rd. (843) 342-2057 or hiltonheadtheatre.com. November 30: “Turn Your Photos and Genealogical Research into Great Gifts” class led by Carol Clemens at the Heritage Library, 1:30 p.m. Reservations required. Savannah Bank Bldg., 852 Wm. Hilton Pkwy. (843) 686-6560 or heritagelib.org. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org NOVEMBER 2011 ISLAND EVENTS 65
cDirectory of Advertisers Outside Palmetto Bluff Pgs. 43 & 59 Palmetto Bay Watersports Pg. 47 Pedals Pg. 51 Riding Tigers Bike Rentals Pg. 63 The Sea Pines Resort Pg. 71 Segway of Savannah Pg. 50 Vacation Comfort Bike Rentals Pg. 59 Yankee Pedaler Bike Rental Pg. 55
LODGING & REAL ESTATE RECREATION Adventure Cruises Pg. 53 Bicycle Billy’s Pg. 57 The Bike Doctor Pg. 53 Blue Water TackleShop Pgs. 36-39 Commander Zodiac Pg. 53 Dolphin Discoveries Pg. 49 Dolphin Seafari Pg. 47 Drifter Pg. 52 Gullah Heritage Trail Tours Pg. 55 Gypsy Pg. 52 H2O Alligator & Wildlife Tour Pg. 61 H2O Enviro Tours Pg. 56 H2O Nature Center Pg. 61 Hilton Head Bicycle Company Pg. 48 Inshore Fishing (A Division of Kayak Hilton Head) Pg. 49 Kayak Hilton Head Pg. 49 Lawton Stables Pg. 51 Legendary Golf Pg. 61 LowSea Bike, Beach & Baby Rentals Pg. 50 MonEric Fishing Charters Pg. 63 Nature Cruise w/Lunch or Dinner at Marshside Mama’s Pg. 47 Outside Hilton Head Pgs. 43 & 59
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Hilton Head Accommodations Pg. 25 Resort Source Timeshare Resales Pg. 25 South Beach Inn & Vacation Rentals Pgs. 36-39
ARTS & SERVICES Arts Center of Coastal Carolina Pg. 67 Fountain Spa Pg. 27 HiltonHead.com Pg. 9 HiltonHeadYellowPages.com Pg. 43 Legacy Design Photographers Pg. 29 The Nutcracker 2011 Pg. 28 Powerhouse Family Fitness Gym Pg. 27
RESTAURANTS & LOUNGES British Open Pub Pg. 17 Captain John’s Galley at The Salty Dog Cafe Pgs. 36-39 Casey’s Sports Bar & Grille Pg. 23 Chart House Pg. 13 Crazy Crab Pg. 3 Flamingo’s Doughnut Cafe Pg. 17 Frosty Frog Cafe Daiquiri Bar Pg. 14
Hilton Head Brewing Company Pg. 15 Jake’s Salty Dog Pizza Pgs. 36-39 Kingfisher Seafood, Pasta & Steak House Pg. 7 Land’s End Tavern Pgs. 36-39 The Market Street Cafe Pg. 19 Marleys Island Grille Pg. 23 The Salty Dog Cafe Pgs. 36-39 Stellini Italian Restaurant Pg. 21 The Wreck of The Salty Dog Pgs. 36-39
SHOPS & BUSINESSES Birkenstock Pg. 32 Camp Hilton Head Pg. 2 Coligny Plaza Pg. 41 Designs By Cleo Pg. 34 Forsythe Jewelers Pg. 45 Frosty’s Closet Pg. 14 Harbour Town Merchants Pg. 71 Hilton Head Shirt Company Pg. 2 Hospice Community Thrift Pg. 34 Island Fudge Shoppe Pg. 40 Island Winery Pg. 19 Jake’s Cargo Pgs. 36-39 Jake’s Shore Thing Pg. 35 The Litter Box Pg. 35 Outside Hilton Head Pgs. 43 & 59 Piggly Wiggly Pg. 16 Port Royal Plaza Pg. 20 Salty Dog T-Shirt Factory Pgs. 36-39 & 72 The Shops at Sea Pines Center Pg. 71 South Beach General Store Pg. 2 Tanger Outlets Pgs. 4 & 5 Tropical Outfitters Pg. 33
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Outdoor Resorts RV Park
The Beachwalk Hotel
Holiday Inn Oceanfront
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
Hilton Oceanfront Resort
Hilton Head Suites
Red Roof Inn
Crowne Plaza Resort
Park Lane Hotel & Suites
Outdoor Resorts RV Park
Bluewater Resort & Marina
The Spa On Port Royal Sound
cEvents Puzzle ACROSS CLUES 1. Angler does this. 5. Toward the rear of the boat. 8. Bar or trap. 12. Golfer ____ Sadakata. 13. South Beach Village in The ____ Pines Resort. 14. To the leeward side. 15. Transmission Unit: Abbr. 16. Egg layer. 17. Moneric Fishing Charters – From a ____ hours to all day. 18. Dress like a million for pennies ____ The Litter Box. 20. French street. 22. Deer. 24. South Beach General Store for a hat, a ____ or a gift. 26. Gullah Heritage Trail Tours – A 2-hour narrated tour through ____ neighborhoods. 27. Means of transportation. 30. Archaic pronoun. 31. There’s no place like ____. 32. Gorilla. 33. French article. 35. Port Royal Plaza – ____ your one-stop-shop for all your practical needs. 36. Dolphin Discoveries Nature Tours – Best family ____ couples activity on the Island! 37. English golfer Hall. 39. Symbol for element germanium. 40. Symbol for element gold. 41. Tanger Outlets – Tanger 1 ____ now open. 43. Island Winery – Like us ____ Facebook and receive 10% Discount. 44. Cheer. 46. Medical specialty. 47. Hilton Head Bicycle Company with ____ hidden costs. 48. Web Services Enhancements: Abbr. 50. LowSea Bike, Beach & Baby Rentals – We also have many beach items to ____. 52. Tropical Outfitters – Everything under the ____. 54. Birkenstock with sandals and shoes, all ____ great styles. 55. Revised Standard Version: Abbr. 56. Sea Pines – See Where ____ All Began! 57. Golfer ____ Furgol. 58. Jake’s Shore Thing for a beach toy or ____. 59. Kayak Hilton Head – From Sunup ‘til Sun____. 62. Designs By Cleo – Dare to ____ different. 70 ISLAND EVENTS NOVEMBER 2011
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63. Resort Source Timeshares Resale – Stop ____ before you purchase anywhere else. 64. European Committee for Environmental Education: Abbr. DOWN CLUES 1. Symbol for element calcium. 2. 49th state: Abbr. 3. Be seated. 4. Segway of Savannah for Guided Historical ____. 5. One of Tennis’ greatest. 6. Adventure Cruises – No Gate ____. 7. Riding Tigers Bike Rentals for beach cruisers and ____. 8. Outside Hilton Head’s Stand-Up Paddleboarding – ____, fun and easy. 9. Pub beverage. 10. Recent. 11. Football position: Abbr. 18. Bicycle Billy’s – See ___ for bike coupon. 19. The Island Fudge Shoppe – ____ our Pumpkin Fudge! 21. Hilton Head Brewing Company – Join ____ for our great Happy Hour with drink specials. 23. Flamingo’s Doughnut Cafe – Buy three specialty doughnuts, get ____ free. 25. While in the Lowcountry, try these smoked. 26. Kind of bag.
27. The Frosty Frog Cafe Daiquiri ____. 28. Hospice Community Thrift with free truck pick-____. 29. Compass direction. 31. Most elevated. 34. Fountain Spa for skincare facials and ____ coning. 36. The Crazy Crab – Eat inside or join us on our ____ decks. 37. HiltonHeadYellowPages.com – Find addresses, maps and more for the ____country. 38. Interior. 40. The Drifter – Join us for ____ exciting Fishing Excursion. 41. South Beach ____ & Vacation Rentals. 42. Arts Center Of Coastal Carolina – ... ____ much more than a day at the beach. 45. Powerhouse Family Fitness Gym with a wide ____ of group exercise classes. 46. Latin and. 49. Printer’s measure. 51. Western state: Abbr. 53. User Table Of Contents: Abbr. 57. Emergency Broadcast: Abbr. 58. Hemoglobin: Abbr. 60. The Gypsy – ____ guarantee dolphins will be seen on this trip. 61. New England: Abbr. Puzzle Answer on Page 29.
From the Lighthouse of Harbour Town and The Shops at Sea Pines Center to the Cape Cod Fishing Village of South Beach Marina, Sea Pines has it all. That’s because we started it all. We have the beaches. We have the restaurants. We have the shopping, golf, tennis, bike paths, horse back riding, kayaking and watersports. We have everything you want from Hilton Head. So if you want to really experience the island, you need to see where it all began, and see Sea Pines!
Harbour Town • South Beach • Sea Pines Center
SALTY DOG T-SHIRT FACTORY 67 Arrow Road • 843-842-6331 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
SALTY DOG T-SHIRT SHOP & JAKE’S CARGO 232 S Sea Pines Drive • 843-671-2232 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
DIRECTIONS TO 67 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.
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