Sonesta Resort Thanksgiving Meal

Are you tired of cooking a Thanksgiving meal and would rather someone else do the work while you relax? The Sonesta Resort is excited to offer a Thanksgiving Day Buffet and a Thanksgiving To-Go option. Details are below and check out the menu HERE! Thanksgiving Day Buffet: 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm Adults: $59 Kids 13 and under: $22 3 and under eat free (with paying adult) Thanksgiving To-Go Meal: 4 person dinner = $150 Get everything you need for a festive feast! Cold pick up: Wednesday, November 23rd 11:00am – 2:00pm in Bayleys lobby bar Hot pick up: Thursday, …

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Festive Holiday Events

Holiday Season Official Kickoff Saturday, November 19, from 3 to 5 p.m. The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina The Arts Center welcomes residents and visitors to the Town’s official Holiday Season Kickoff Festival! Come out and see Santa and Mrs. Claus arrive in style on an antique fire truck to visit with children throughout this free festival. The afternoon will be filled with holiday entertainment from local groups, arts and crafts for all ages, delicious treats from food trucks, a festive art market featuring creations by local vendors and a performance from cast members of the Arts Center’s holiday show, …

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Mingle & Jingle Tickets!

Tickets are now on sale at the Welcome Center! Ticket Sales: $30 per person. Doors Open at 6:00 pm Dinner Served at 6:30 pm Salad w/Assorted Toppings & Dressings Beef Brisket Carving Station Turkey & Dressing Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Sauteed Seasonal Vegetables Fresh Baked Rolls with whipped butter Dessert Selections & Fresh Brewed Coffee Cocktail Prices Domestic Beer $3 Import Beer $4 House Wine $5 Liquor $7 Specialty Holiday Cocktail $6 Soft Drinks and Bottled Water $2 How do I sit with my friends and family? Reserve your seats at the same time. Each table can fit up to 8 …

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Santa Shop (Deep Well Project)

Shipyard is partnering with the Deep Well Project again this year! We were pleasantly surprised by all of the donations and contributions last year. SPOA and your community thank you! Donation boxes will be at the Welcome Center for anything  you want to donate. They accept food items and gifts for children. Below are some of their most wanted items:

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Independence Day Business Hours

The Welcome Center will be CLOSED today 7/4 in observance of Independence Day. Please call 843-785-4776 for assistance. We will be open again on Tuesday, 7/5 at 8:00am!

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4th of July Celebrations!

Town of Bluffton Inaugural Independence Day Celebration : July 2nd The Town of Bluffton is hosting its inaugural Independence Day Celebration, on July 2, 2022. The celebration will begin at 5:00 p.m. with a pre-party at Martin Family and DuBois Parks and the firework show will begin shortly after 9:00 p.m. HarbourFest at Shelter Cove 4th of July Fireworks : July 4th Join us for the biggest 4th of July fireworks show on Hilton Head Island! You won’t want to miss Shannon Tanner’s special patriotic family show at 6:30 & 8 p.m., along with kids activities with Cappy the Clown …

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National Donut Day!

History: Each year on the first Friday in June, people celebrate National Doughnut or Donut Day. This day is actually in  honor of the Salvation Army Lassies. The Salvation Army Lassies are the women who served doughnuts to soldiers during WWI. In 1917, the original “Salvation Army Doughnut” was first served by the ladies of the Salvation Army. It was during WWI that the Salvation Army Lassies went to the front lines of Europe. Home-cooked foods, provided by these brave volunteers, were a morale boost to the troops. The doughnuts were cooked in oil inside the metal helmets of American …

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National Teacher Day

HISTORY OF NATIONAL TEACHER DAY In 1953, Eleanor Roosevelt stood up to Congress in hopes of convincing them that teachers needed a day to be recognized for all that they do. Until that point, the celebration of the day wasn’t clear. It’s believed that some schools in certain states were already observing the day, but there wasn’t a clear consensus and she wanted to make it official. The National Education Association (NEA) in partnership with the Kansas State and Indiana State Boards of Education, lobbied Congress in order for the day to be recognized. Despite her best efforts, the first …

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