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Halloween is finally upon us. Time for little ones to pick out their costumes and empty their pillowcases and get ready to haul pounds of candy around the neighborhood. This is a great time of year, especially for children. It’s a time that reminds children of enchantment, imagination, and magic, things adults have long since forgotten. What better place to experience these ideas than Beaufort, a place where ghost stories are plentiful and some places seem possessed by something other-worldly. Even in the still, yet brisk fall evenings where a little chill is normal there seems to be an extra something in the air as Halloween approaches. Walking along in the dark autumn nights and feeling the crunch of the fallen dried brown leaves under your feet, each step you take feels a little more ominous this time of year for young and old alike. The Ghost stories of the area add a little more trepidation to what may ordinarily seem like nothing. One of the ghost stories of Beaufort County is the story of the Ghostly Lovers who walk the beach of Fripp Island. As the story goes a beautiful young girl from Charleston was kidnapped by Blackbeard himself and brought to his hideout on Fripp Island. When she refused his advances he had the young man she was betrothed to killed and had his severed hand brought to the young girl as evidence that her true love was gone forever. The fair maiden was so distraught she ran to the shore, threw herself into the water and drowned. Now her ghost and that of her lover can be seen on some nights walking arm in arm on a romantic stroll along Fripp Island’s shores. I don’t expect you’ll see any ghosts this Halloween, but whether you are taking the little ones trick-or-treating or going to a costume party, make this a safe and Happy Halloween!!
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Editor’s Letter: Halloween in the Lowcountry . . . . . . . . . .2 Port Royal ~ Festival By The Sea . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Visitors Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Tides: Beaufort River & Fripp Island Inlet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Sea Island Festival Activities & Events . . . . . .6, 7 Town of Port Royal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Downtown Beaufort . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Crossword . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Dining & Markets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Shopping & Services Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Dining & Market Directory / Recipes: Tropical Treats . .13 Sea Island Maps: Beaufort, Port Royal & The Surrounding Islands . . . . . . . . . .14-15 USC Beaufort . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
“Me, I’m dishonest, and you can always trust a dishonest man to be dishonest. Honestly, it’s the honest ones you have to watch out for...” - Capt. Jack Sparrow
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maritime forest with showers, biking and nature trails. For camping info and lighthouse hours call (843) 838-2011. JOHN MARK VERDIER HOUSE Within the town of Beaufort are 90 historic homes and buildings. The earliest of these dates back to the early 1700’s. Beaufort’s only historic home open the the public is the John Mark Verdier House located in Historic Downtown at 801 Bay Street and is an excellent example of a federal-style house. Open Mon-Sat for guided tours. For tickets call (843) 379-6335. PARRIS ISLAND RECRUIT DEPOT MUSEUM An all-encompassing view of the history of Parris Island. Exhibits range from the attempted colonization by the Spanish in 1521 to photographic depictions of the recruit training process. Free admission, open to the public daily 10-4pm. For tours call (843) 228-2951.
BEAUFORT NATIONAL CEMETERY Located on Boundary Street, it was one of the first cemeteries established during the Civil War, it is one of the few that contains both Confederate and Union dead. CHAPEL OF EASE Located on Lands End Road, St. Helena Island, this tiny church was built in 1748 for the convenience of plantation owners to attend church. The church, damaged by forest fire in 1886, is an excellent example of tabby construction.
SHELDON CHURCH RUINS Built in 1746, this church was burned during the Revolutionary War, rebuilt, and again burned during the Civil War. The ruins are located on Sheldon Road. State Hwy 21, fifteen miles from Beaufort. ST. HELENA’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH (circa 1724) Traces it’s origin to the founding of St. Helena’s Parish in 1712 and has classic colonial interior. Of particular interest is the graveyard, whose tombstones served as operating tables during the Civil War. Located at 501 Church Street, Historic Downtown.
FORT FREMONT HISTORICAL PARK A unique, unspoiled example of a Spanish American War Era fortification in a beautiful natural setting with many diverse habitats. Located on St. Helena Island, the Fort Fremont 15 acre site was purchased by Beaufort County through the Beaufort County Rural and Critical Land Program and the Trust for Public Lands as a historic site and public park. HENRY C. CHAMBERS WATERFRONT PARK The Waterfront Park includes a playground for children, swinging benches, a marina, and waterfront stroll. Craft and Farmers Market open Wednesdays (seasonal). HUNTING ISLANDLIGHTHOUSE & STATE PARK A breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean and surrounding islands can be viewed from Hunting Island’s 132' tall lighthouse. The state park beach is four miles long and home to over 125 species of birds. Open year round, 5,000 acres offer 200 campsites in an oceanfront
Lady’s Island Center, 102C Sea Island Pkwy Less than one mile from downtown Beaufort.
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° ° ° October Tides 2012 BEAUFORT RIVER AT
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DOWNTOWN BEAUFORT Low 4:16am 4:54am 5:30am High 12:13am 12:55am 1:41am 2:31am 3:24am 4:17am 5:10am 6:04am Low 12:35am 1:25am 2:15am 3:04am 3:53am 4:42am 5:32am High 12:19am 1:19am 2:22am 3:25am 4:26am 5:24am Low 12:07am 12:56am 1:42am 2:25am 3:06am 3:45am 4:23am
High 10:30am 11:08am 11:47am Low 6:07am 6:45am 7:26am 8:13am 9:07am 10:08am 11:10am 12:09pm High 6:57am 7:48am 8:38am 9:26am 10:15am 11:06am 12:00pm Low 6:24am 7:18am 8:17am 9:22am 10:31am 11:36am High 6:20am 7:12am 8:00am 8:44am 9:24am 10:03am 10:40am
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AT High 10:55pm 11:33pm Low 6:36pm 7:15pm 7:59pm 8:49pm 9:47pm 10:46pm 11:43pm High 7:17pm 8:08pm 8:57pm 9:45pm 10:34pm 11:24pm Low 7:10pm 8:07pm 9:08pm 10:11pm 11:12pm High 6:53pm 7:42pm 8:28pm 9:10pm 9:49pm 10:28pm 11:05pm
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Low 3:03am 3:41am 4:17am 4:54am 5:32am High 12:22am 1:12am 2:05am 2:58am 3:51am 4:45am 5:38am Low 12:12am 1:02am 1:51am 2:40am 3:29am 4:19am 5:11am High 12:00am 1:03am 2:06am 3:07am 4:05am 5:01am 5:53am Low 12:29am 1:12am 1:53am 2:32am 3:10am
High 9:11am 9:49am 10:28am 11:09am 11:54am Low 6:13am 7:00am 7:54am 8:55am 9:57am 10:56am 11:51am High 6:29am 7:19am 8:07am 8:56am 9:47am 10:41am 11:40am Low 6:05am 7:04am 8:09am 9:18am 10:23am 11:21am 12:13pm High 6:41am 7:25am 8:05am 8:44am 9:21am
Low 3:31pm 4:09pm 4:45pm 5:23pm 6:02pm High 12:42pm 1:34pm 2:27pm 3:20pm 4:13pm 5:06pm 5:58pm Low 12:45pm 1:37pm 2:29pm 3:20pm 4:11pm 5:03pm 5:57pm High 12:43pm 1:47pm 2:48pm 3:46pm 4:42pm 5:34pm 6:23pm Low 1:01pm 1:45pm 2:26pm 3:05pm 3:43pm
High 9:36pm 10:14pm 10:54pm 11:36pm Low 6:46pm 7:36pm 8:34pm 9:33pm 10:30pm 11:22pm High 6:49pm 7:38pm 8:26pm 9:15pm 10:05pm 11:00pm Low 6:54pm 7:55pm 8:58pm 9:59pm 10:54pm 11:43pm High 7:09pm 7:51pm 8:30pm 9:09pm 9:46pm
OCTOBER 2012 October 1-31 – One County Reads One Country Beaufort County Library, 311 Scott Street, Beaufort. The Beaufort County Library is hosting an ambitious series of events to celebrate One County Reads One Country. The country is Afghanistan. The intent of this project is to engage the community in a thoughtful dialogue about Afghani history and culture. For more information and the full reading list call (843)255-6430 or visit www.beaufortcountylibrary.org October 5 – Blues & Brews at Habersham Marketplace Habersham Marketplace, Habersham. 4-9pm. Celebrating Local Craft Brews & Live Music by the Blue Dots October 5-6 – 18th Annual Beaufort Shrimp Festival Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park, downtown Beaufort. Oct 5 starting at 6pm; Oct 6 starting at 8am. Sponsoerd by Main Street Beaufort, USA and the South Carolina Shrimpers Association. Events include a 5K Run, live music, a rubber shrimp race, and local restaurants putting their unique spins on fresh local shrimp. For more information, call (843)525-6644 or visit www.beaufortshrimpfestival.com October 6-7 – Fall Migration Celebration The Fall Migration Celebration will bring top birding experts for lectures, birding programs and a number of unique venues. This will allow for us to showcase our Beaufort Barrier Islands Important Bird Area and will mark the first time that we will be working with Fripp Island, Hunting Island State Park and Harbor Island to focus on birding on these unique barrier islands at the wonderful time of fall migration. For more information visit www.beaufortsc.org October 6 – Sea Island Rotary Adopt-A-Shrimp Charity Shrimp Race Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park, downtown Beaufort. 10am2:30pm. Take part in the 4th Annual Charity Shrimp Race hosted by Sea Island Rotary Club and you could have a chance at winning the $1 Million Grand Prize. 5,000 rubber floating shrimp will be dropped into the Beaufort River and float with the tide toward the finish line. All proceeds directly benefit several local charities, including the Child Abuse Prevention Center (CAPA), Hope Haven of the Lowcountry, Lowcountry Habitat for Humanity, plus Rotary’s International humanitarian projects. For more information visit www.rotaryshrimprace.com 2ND & 4TH TUESDAYS Beaufort Writers Meeting Beaufort County Airport Conference Room Lady’s Island 5:30pm WEDNESDAYS The Beaufort Farmers Market New location on West Street near downtown Beaufort. The market is open from 3-7pm every Wednesday through Oct. 31. Offering locally grown produce and food from area restaurants. Organizers hope to add craft offerings as the season continue. Beaufort Shag Club Lessons AMVETS 1831 Ribaut Rd, Port Royal 6pm (843)524-3732 www.beaufortshagclub.com FRIDAYS Habersham Marketplace 4-7pm. Fresh local produce, plants, art, home baked and canned foods, crafts and live music. 13 Market. (843)846-3444. www.habershammarketplace.com SATURDAYS Farmers Market 8:30am-12:30pm. Naval Heritage Park Ribaut Road, Port Royal DAILY African American Exhibit York W. Bailey Museum at the Historic Penn Center is open Mon-Sat from 11am-4pm. Tour the museum’s collection on the history of the Penn School, first school for former slaves, and the Gullah culture. Gift shop: original art, books, hand-crafts, Gullah music CDs and videos. (843)838-2474. www.penncenter.com
October 10 – Paddling for Progress Paddling Toward A Brighter Future for South Carolina The Shed Center for the Arts, 809 Parris Avenue, Old Village of Port Royal. 8am-4pm. Unite with fellow paddlers, community members and outdoor enthusiasts for a water trail adventure, and discover how Blueways can be a key to economic growth throughout South Carolina. 8am Light breakfast and registration 9am-12pm Speakers’ Presentations ~ Eco Tourism Education 12pm-1pm Beaufort Kayak guided tours of Beaufort’s BlueWays. To Register please call (803)771-0870 or visit www.palmettoconservation.org October 13 – Boots and Bling Presented by the YMCA Butler Marine, 70 Sea Island Parkway, Lady’s Island. 6:30-9:30pm. The 3rd Annual Boots & Bling Fundraiser and Silent Auction is scheduled for Sat., October 13th beginning at 6:30pm at Butler Marine. Please plan on joining us as we will have great food, entertainment, drinks and excellent items up for bid. For more information call (843)522-9622 or visit www.ymcabeaufortcounty.com and click on the events calendar. October 13 – FOHI 4th Annual 5K Run/Walk Race Nature Center, Hunting Island State Park Trails, Hunting Island Island. 10am. Once again this fall, we will showcase our trails through the maritime forest. You may run or walk and enjoy the cooler weather with your Friends! For more information call (843)379-4895 or visit www.friendsofhuntingisland.org October 20 – American Cancer Society Presents Bark for Life Habersham Marketplace, Habersham. 9am-4pm. Join The American Cancer Society as we honor our canine caregivers and friends! Featuring: Agility Exhibition, Dog Adoptions, Microchipping (on-site vet), Obedience Demonstration, Music/DJ, Face Painting/ Bouncy House, Doggie Halloween costume contest, Fun, prizes and more. For more information call (843)757-7450 or visit www.relayforlife.org/barkbeaufortsc October 20 – Annual Fall Art Walk Downtown Beaufort. 5-8pm. Join us for a beautiful walk through the gallery district. Enjoy the autumn air and the beauty of the the pieces on display at the galleries brought to you by the Guild of Beaufort Galleries. For more information visit www.guildofbeaufortgalleries.com October 20 – Festival of the Sea Parris Avenue, Old Village of Port Royal. 12-5pm. ARRRGH! This year it is a Pirate Themed Festival. Admission is FREE. A 3K Walk the Plank for CODA will kick off the Festival. Live music and radio remotes. Enjoy seafood, burgers, BBQ and more, with your favorite cold beverages. Collector Car display, kid activities and much more! Visit the Pirates of Port Royal, or become one of them. Remember to bring your eye patch. For more information visit www.oldvillageportroyal.com October 20 – TRICK OR TREAT in Downtown Beaufort Downtown Beaufort. 5-6:30pm. Trick-or-treaters are invited to don their Halloween costumes and bring their treat bags for the annual Trick-or-Treat in Downtown Beaufort event, presented by Main Street Beaufort, USA and the merchants of downtown Beaufort. Kids can visit more than 65 stores and businesses along Bay Street and beyond for “treats”. FREE event. For more information call (843)525-6644 or visit www.downtownbeaufort.com October 26-28 – Fall Festival of Houses & Gardens Beaufort, SC. The event typically kicks off on Friday with a unique event and walking tours. Home tours are on Saturday and there is a special event scheduled for Sunday after the kitchens & cuisine experiences. Sponsored by the Historic Beaufort Foundation. For more information call (843)379-3331 or visit www.historicbeaufort.org October 27 – Jazz and Blues at the Arsenal the Arsenal, 713 Craven Street, Beaufort. 7-11pm. Fundraiser at the Arsenal ~ Featuring the incomparable Marlena Smalls. Wine and appetizers, and jazz and blues! Tickets may be
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purchased for $35 at the Arsenal or by calling the Beaufort Chamber of Commerce (800)638-2525. For more information visit www.beaufortsc.org October 27 – Habersham Harvest Festival Habersham Marketpleace, Habersham. 12-6pm. The festival boasts a one day regionally expanded farmer’s market and is a celebration of food, fun, art and music. Entertainment includes live music, Lowcountry Boil, dancing, hayrides, face painting, obstacle courses, a pumpkin patch, outdoor games and more. FREE. Food and drink will be available for purchase. For more information visit www.habershammarketplace.com
October 27 - Lowcountry Authors Signing McIntosh Bookstore, Old Bay Marketplace. 1-4pm. The Lowcountry’s newest authors, Jack Gannon and Cyndi Williams Barnier, recently debuted their first novel entitled MURDER IN TWOS AND THREES?. The authors will be selling their novel with personalization and autographs for customers. Beaufort Bookstore in Beaufort Town Center has autographed copies of this novel for sale.
October 31 - Halloween
INDIE FILM SERIES / LIVE ENTERTAINMENT October 4, 7:30pm – Edwin McCain Acoustic Trio Edwin McCain Acoustic Trio will open the University of SC Beaufort’s Center for the Arts 2012- 2013 Season. Blending equal parts folk, soul and rock platinum selling artist Edwin McCain will be released a new studio album last August 30 entitled “Mercy Bound”. October 5, 4:00pm – Stars in Shorts Directed by Jay Kamen, Chris Foggin, Benjamin Grayson, Robert Festinger, Rupert Friend, Neil Labute, Jacob Chase. Starring Keira Knightley, Colin Firth, Judi Dench, Kenneth Branagh, Julia Stiles, Sarah Paulson, Jason Alexander, Lily Tomlin, and more. STARS IN SHORTS is the first collection of short films to bring you everything you expect when you go to the movie theater – laughs, drama, and, now, some of the best actors from film and television. October 12, 6:30pm – Sleep Walk with Me Directed by Mike Birbiglia. Starring Mike Birbiglia, Lauren Ambrose, Carol Kane, Cristin Milioti and a who’s who of today’s stand-up comics. The story: when an aspiring stand-up fails to express his true feelings about his girlfriend and his stalled career, his anxiety comes out in increasingly funny and dangerous sleepwalking incidents. October 13, 12:55pm – Donizetti’s L’Elisir d’Amore - New Production Anna Netrebko and Matthew Polenzani star in Bartlett Sher's new production of one of the greatest comic gems in opera, as the fickle Adina and her besotted Nemorino. Mariusz Kwiecien is the blustery sergeant Belcore and Ambrogio Maestri is Dulcamara, the loveable quack and dispenser of the elixir. Maurizio Benini conduct.
October 20, 26, 27, 7:30pm – Honky Tonk Angels – Beaufort Theatre Company A rollicking country/pop musical comedy that follows the hilarious escapades of a female singing group in Honky Tonk Heaven. Starring Velma Polk, Penney Dawson, Elaine Lake and the Honky Tonky Heaven Band. If you loved “Always…Patsy Cline” this a great follow–up musical treat. October 21, 28, 3:00pm – Honky Tonk Angels – Beaufort Theatre Company A rollicking country/pop musical comedy that follows the hilarious escapades of a female singing group in Honky Tonk Heaven. Starring Velma Polk, Penney Dawson, Elaine Lake and the Honky Tonky Heaven Band. If you loved “Always…Patsy Cline” this a great follow–up musical treat. October 22, 6:30pm – Celeste and Jesse Forever Directed by Lee Toland Krieger. Starring Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg. Celeste (Rashida Jones) and Jesse (Andy Samberg) met in high school, married young and are growing apart. While navigating the turbulent changes in their lives and in their hearts, these two learn that in order to truly love someone, you may have to let them go. October 27, 12:55pm – Verdi’s Otello Verdi’s Shakespearean masterpiece returns to the Met with Johan Botha in the title role opposite the acclaimed Desdemona of star soprano RenÎe Fleming. Semyon Bychkov conducts.
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Town of Port Royal The town takes pride in its unique natural environment and its accessibility to that environment through its network of walking trails, community beach, boardwalk, and observation tower. Since Columbus discovered America in 1492, seven flags have flown over what is now the Town of Port Royal.
Union Church The Union Church, also known as, â€œThe Free Churchâ€? was the first church to be built in the historic town of Port Royal. The land was donated by David F. Appleton and in 1878 cost around $1000 to build. It is currently eligible for recognition in the National Register of Historic Places and is being renovated jointly by both the Town of Port Royal and the Historic Port Royal Foundation. These two groups plan to use the renovated building as a cultural and community center.
Boardwalk Observation Tower At Port Royal Sands Beach you will find a waterside boardwalk leading to an observation tower. This tower provides fantastic views of Port Royal, Parris Island and the surrounding area. For tourists, this is a must see, is free to access and open year-round.
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The rope used to climb aboard the ship. Originally the Captain’s attendant who would row him to and from the ship. From the Spanish word for rascal, it was applied to a form of verse about pirates that was satirical or humorous. the imaginary place at the ocean bottom that holds dead sailors and pirates. The pirate’s version of Aloha. Assistant to the captain. cleaned up and under control. A death threat among pirates made of a mark on a scrap of paper. From the Dutch for ‘free’ and ‘plunder’, reference to a pirate. A conversation between opposing sides to discuss a halt to the fighting or related matters. From the Latin word for ‘dwelling place’, a box or case which houses the compass upon the deck. old pirate or sailor. From the old English for ‘on or to the aft’, toward the back end or stern of the boat. term to refer to fellowship among sailors. Goods or property seized by force or piracy. This crew member that was in charge of the deck including the crew, equipment and activity. a pirate who attacked shipping in the Caribbean, largely in the 17th century. The deck that is the furthest and the highest back, usually above the Captain’s quarters. Intelligent, willful bird native to tropical regions and a favored companion of pirates. government-sponsored pirates. A large, tentacled sea monster of pirate lore.
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To cheat or defraud. Exclamation of discontent of disgust. The cutaway or notch on the side rail of the boat from which oars would pivot. An expression of shock or disbelief. From the Dutch term for ‘hold fast’ and means “Stop and pay attention”. a whip with nine strands. Mixture of water, rum, and latterly sour fruit juice to ward off scurvy. coins or found in pirate stashes. pirates in the Mediterranean Sea. A gunner’s assistant. Term referring to those persons on ship who were not very skilled or at ease with ship life. cage displaying the corpses of pirates in order to discourage piracy. The hangman’s noose. Name for the famous skull and crossbones flag. Term for the hapless crewmember charged with mopping the decks. pirate’s ship outfitted for battle. A gold coin minted by Spain. Worth about seven week’s pay to an average sailor. punishment in which a person where dragged underneath the pirate ship from side to side. short heavy curved bladed sword used by pirates.
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Shopping & Services AREA REAL ESTATE F R I P P I S L A N D R E A LT Y C O M PA N Y KAREN NATOLI – Specializing in the Sea Islands of Beaufort, South Carolina. Vacation/Retirement Properties on Fripp Island, Harbor Island, Dataw Island, St. Helena Island and Beaufort. As a long time area resident, I can put my knowledge to work for you to find the perfect property. Visit my website for detailed information about our beautiful community and available listings. 1 Tarpon Boulevard, #200, Beaufort, SC, (843)263-4651. www.knfripprealtor.com
ARTS/ANTIQUES/COLLECTIBLES COLLECTORS ANTIQUE MALL – 5,700 square feet. A must see shop! Furniture, collectibles and interior design. One mile from downtown Beaufort. Don’t miss it! Mon-Sat. 10-5pm. 102c Sea Island Parkway. COTTAGE HOME – One stop shopping for painted furniture, antiques, collectibles and home decor. For that coastal cottage home, we have something for every room of your house. Located in the heart of historic Port Royal. 920 14th Street. Mon-Sat 10-5pm. (843)379-5599 www.cottagehome.webs.com THE GALLERY – Owner and artist Deanna Bowdish features original contemporary art from many talented and creative artists. For more information on The Gallery and contributing artists visit the website at www.thegallery-beaufort.com or stop by The Gallery in person for an unforgettable artistic experience. Located at 802 Bay Street in downtown Beaufort. (843)470-9994.
EVERYTHING OUTDOORS BEAUFORT RIVER TOURS – Dolphins where they live and play; ecology of the salt marsh; homes of the planters; departing daily from the Downtown Marina of Beaufort. (843)524-4422. www.BeaufortRiverTours.com
GIFTS/HOME & GARDEN BITTY’S FLOWER SHOP – Your complete floral service including professional wedding consultant, interior design, gifts, great ideas and balloon bouquets. We are located at 1202 Boundary Street, Beaufort or call us to place an order over the phone. (843)524-4547 CHOCOLATE TREE – Counters of luscious chocolate treats, chewy caramel, rich truffles, nut
clusters, crisp buttercrunch... That’s just the beginning. Pralines, brittles of peanuts, pecans and benne. Fudge and English toffee will do their best to tempt you. Watch candy being made. Open Mon-Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 1-5pm. Shipping and local delivery available. (843)524-7980 or (800)524-7980 THE CRAFTSELLER – For twenty years, The Craftseller has been offering the finest hand-crafted pottery, jewelry, art glass, wood and kaleidoscopes by American Craftsmen. Discover unique copper sculptures and delightful weavings. Gift wrapping is free and we ship daily. Mon-Sat 10-6, Sun 12-4. 818 Bay Street. (843)525-6104. www.craftseller.com NUANCES – A fun, fabulous and affordable boutique including gifts, apparel, garden accessories, local art, jewelry and home decor. A shopping gem located in Port Royal that you won’t want to miss! Mon-Sat 10-6. (843)470-1110. 703 Paris, Historic Port Royal. www.nuancesportroyal.com T H E P L A N TAT I O N G I F T S H O P AT THE FRAMPTON HOUSE – A truly unique shopping experience. Tasteful gifts including South Carolina merchandise, books, candles, historic reproductions and Civil War items can be found in this restored 1868 plantation home at I-95, Exit 33.
ORGANIZATIONS THE PENN CENTER – The Penn Center’s mission is to promote and preserve the history and culture of the Sea Islands. We serve as a local, national and international resource center, and act as a catalyst for the development of programs for self-sufficiency. For more info visit www.penncenter.com TOWN OF PORT ROYAL – Located between the Beaufort River and Battery Creek in the South Carolina Lowcountry. The Town is home to two military installations, Marine Corps Recruit Depot at Parris Island and Naval Hospital, Beaufort, neighboring to the historic City of Beaufort and The Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort. www.PortRoyalSC.org UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA BEAUFORT CENTER FOR THE ARTS – USCB’s Center for the Arts encourages cultural and economic development within the City and County of Beaufort by hosting art exhibits, theatrical events, concerts, and other performances. It is also home to the USCB Festival Series hosted by Ed Arron. (843) 521-4122 www.uscb.edu
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Dining & Markets DOCKSIDE RESTAURANT – Located on the docks of Port Royal, this rustic setting offers prime seating for enjoying spectacular sunsets overlooking shrimp boats on Battery Creek. Specializing in fresh seafood & mouth watering steaks. See our NEW Location... Lady’s Island dockside, overlooking the marina on Factory Creek. Open Daily 4:30pm-10pm. Chef/Owner on premises. 1699 11th St., Port Royal, (843)524-7433 & 71 Sea Island Parkway, Lady’s Island, (843)379-3288. www.11thstreetdockside.com
gate access. Serving Lunch and Dinner 6 days a week (Mon, Tue & Thur 5-9pm; Wed-Closed; Fri-Sun 11:30am-9pm). 100 Marina Drive, Dataw Island. (843)838-2151. Reservations accepted. www.sweetgrassdataw.com
MOONDOGGIES CAFE & GRILL – A truly unique dining experience...award-winning crab cakes, fresh local seafood, hand-cut steaks, burgers and more. Casual, comfortable dining at reasonable prices. Join us for our nightly specials. Serving lunch and dinner Tue-Sat 11:30am-9pm, Live music & seafood specials Friday & Saturday evenings. (843)522-1222. 925 10th Street, Historic Port Royal. www.moondoggiescafe.net RESTAURANT FUJI – Truly unique! It’s the only Teppanyaki restaurant of its kind. Watch as your meal is cooked right in front of you. A great variety to choose from, such as Teriyaki chicken or the steak & scallops combination. All meals include salad with ginger dressing & steamed or fried rice. All at a great price. 97 Sea Island Pkwy, Ste 202, Hamilton Village - Lady’s Island. (843)524-2662 SWEETGRASS RESTAURANT & BAR – Waterfront bistro at Dataw Island Marina. From-scratch meals made with local ingredients. Dine on our screened porch and watch the sunset over one of our signature cocktails - all named after boats in the marina. Come by boat or car - free public
Caribbean Tropical Fruit Salad 2 tablespoons fresh coconut milk 2 tablespoons malt vinegar 1 tablespoon dark rum 1 tablespoon fresh lime juice 1/4 teaspoon seeded and minced fresh jalapeno chile 3 tablespoons peanut oil 1 medium ripe papaya, peeled, seeded, and cut into large chunks (about 2 lbs)
Cuban Black Bean Dip 1 cup dried black beans, (or 16 oz. can of black beans) 2 tbl chopped red onion 2 tbl balsamic vinegar
1 tbl fresh orange juice 1 med clove of garlic, crushed salt and pepper to taste
DIRECTIONS: In a 3-quart stainless steel bowl, whisk together the coconut milk, malt vinegar, rum, lime juice, and jalapenos. Continue to whisk the mixture while pouring in a slow, steady stream of the peanut oil. Add the papaya, mango, banana, and kiwi to the dressing, and gently toss. Portion 1 cup of dressed fruits per serving, and garnish with the cashews, coconut, and cilantro. Serve immediately. The dressed tropical fruits may be stored covered in the refrigerator for 2–3 days. Hold the cashews, coconut, and cilantro separately, and garnish just before serving.
DIRECTIONS: Serve this low-fat pate with toasted pita triangles and sliced veggies. The dip can be stored in the refrigerator for a couple of days. Soak the Beans in water overnight; drain, and cook in 4 cups of water for about 1-1/2 hours or until tender. Drain again. In a blender or food processor, combine Beans, 1 Tbsp. chopped onions, vinegar, O.J., and garlic; blend until smooth. Season with salt and pepper, mix in remaining onions, and place in serving bowl.
Spicy Grilled Tuna 2 tbsp freshly grated root ginger 1-1/2 teasp ground cumin 1-1/2 teasp ground coriander 1/2 teasp cayenne pepper 2 tbsp olive oil
1 medium ripe mango, pitted, peeled, and cut into large chunks 1 medium ripe banana, peeled and sliced 1/4-inch thick 1 kiwi, peeled and sliced 1/4-inch thick 1/2 cup toasted cashews 2 tablespoons grated fresh coconut 1/2 teaspoon chopped fresh cilantro
1 tbsp lime juice salt 4 tuna fillets or steaks, (about 2.5cm/1-inch thick)
DIRECTIONS: Preheat the grill to hot and line the grill pan with aluminium foil. Place the cumin, coriander, cayenne oil, lime, ginger and salt in a shallow dish and mix well. Add the fish and turn to coat on all sides then grill for 3-5 minutes on each side or to your liking. Serve immediately. Serves 4
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