November HHI Events

Grand Motoring Film Festival : November 3 – 5pm This star-studded event, celebrates films and shorts that capture the thrills of the automotive world. Hilton Head Oyster Festival : November 11 – November 12 All you can eat steamed local oysters, lowcountry boil, pulled pork, seafood chowder & chili. Drinks sold separately. Live music and limited availability. Family Fishing Night : November 18 – 5pm Enjoy a night of fishing and education with your family and learn some pro tips from some of the Lowcountry’s most sought-after Fishing Captains

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October Hilton Head Events

Fish and Grits Music Festival – Saturday, October 1 @ 10AM The Lowcountry Fish & Grits Music Festival brings awareness to the rich Gullah Geechee culture and its connection to the African diaspora by showcasing great musical talent and local cuisine. Shag Club Dances & Lessons – Friday, October 7 @ 6PM Friday night social dances and beginner shag lessons at Heinrichs Hall, Christ Lutheran Church. Lessons begin at 6:00 pm and are offered in the Fall and Spring. Social dances are every Friday night. 2022 Rock ‘N Ribs – Saturday, October 15 @ 1PM A CLASSIC ROCK ‘N ROLL …

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September HHI Events

The Sidewalk Sale: September 2nd-5th Enjoy great savings during our semi-annual Sidewalk Sale! The Ultimate Rib Challenge: September 3rd You are the judge! Order an Official Rib Sampler and receive 2 bones of each entry, as well as crispy fries and slaw. FREE Line Dancing: September 7th Line Dancing Music begins at 6pm – practice your line dancing skills before Heather begins the night’s instruction! The Beer Mile: September 16th Bring a friend and take part in Island Rec Center’s inaugural Beer Mile! The beer mile is the ultimate feat of athleticism and drinking prowess.

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Stay Cool In The Summer Heat

Looking for some cooler things to do during the summer heat? Look no further! Escape Room : 10 Executive Park Rd # 102, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928 Station 300 Bowling : 25 Innovation Dr, Bluffton, SC 29910 Adventure Cove : 18 Folly Field Rd, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928 The Zone : 108 Buckwalter Pkwy Suite 2F, Bluffton, SC 29910 The Art Cafe : 5 Lagoon Rd, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928 K1 Racing : 71 Towne Dr, Bluffton, SC 29910 The Sandbox : 80 Nassau St, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

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August HHI Events

SAVANNAH CRAB FEAST : SouthEast Crab Feast Inc. (subsidiary of SouthEast Events LLC) is a non-profit organization that supports cancer research and treatment organizations such as St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, American Cancer Society, along with other non-profits. SHELTER COVE TOWNE CENTRE ‘SUNSET CELEBRATION’ : Free and open to the public.  Pets welcome.  Bring lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy the music and the breeze off Broad Creek. TASTY TUESDAY : Join us every Tuesday for a fun and informative wine tasting featuring 4-6 new wines every week! Pricing ranges from $15-35 per person depending on the wine …

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Summer SC Road Trips

Do you find yourself needing to just “get away?” Maybe for the day or a short weekend trip! Below are some fun and exciting places to travel to from your home here in Shipyard! Below are a few of our favorite spots around! BLUFFTON Old Town: Local shops and eateries are located on Calhoun Street. These fun shops will have a great selection from small bites to unique gifts. The Burnt Church Distillery located on Bluffton Road is a newer addition to the area and are a hit with the local Bluffton population. HILTON HEAD ISLAND Beaches: Even though we …

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Beat the Summer Heat

As temperatures rise, so does the stress on your body. Several things can help you battle the heat. Your body reacts to heat by circulating blood and raising your skin’s temperature. When your body cannot release heat, it stores it which raises your core temperature and puts your health at risk. HEAT STRESS – When your body temperature rises even a few degrees above normal, you can experience muscle cramps, become weak, disoriented and ill. First Aid for Heat Stress/Heat Cramps – Drink fluids and move to a cool environment. HEAT EXHAUSTION – Heat exhaustion may develop when a person fails to replace …

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Red Flashlights On The Beach

From May 1st through October 31st, sea turtles make Hilton Head Island their home. Many local sea turtles decide to pay their eggs on our beaches and soon after they start to hatch. According to the Sea Turtle Patrol Hilton Head, the group has found 134 total sea turtle nests on the island so far. Regular white lights can be distracting to newly hatched sea turtles and can deter them from finding their way into the ocean. It is strongly suggested that red-lights or orange-lights are used after dark. Outside Hilton Head can be found mid-island in The Plaza at …

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Hilton Head Beaches

Hilton Head Island’s official beach season is April 1st through September 30th of each year. All of the beach is public, from the ocean to the high water mark. Access to the beach, however, is often private. Find more information at the Town of Hilton Head website. The Town provides beach access at the following locations: Alder Lane Burkes Beach Coligny Beach Driessen Beach Fish Haul Folly Field Islanders Beach NOT Allowed on the Beach, Dunes or Adjacent Waters Possession or consumption of alcohol, beer or wine Littering (items left overnight will be removed) Glassware (bottles, containers, etc.) Shovels, except those …

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June Events

Annual Beach Fun Day  : 6/3 : 9am-3pm Fun in the Sun for Everyone will be held on the beach at Marriott’s Surf Watch – promising inclusive beach activities for people with special needs, their families, and friends. All ages and abilities are invited to join in on the community fun. Sea Turtle Talks : 6/6 : 8pm-9pm FREE TALKS – Every Monday in June, July & August (except July 4), starting at 8pm, at Lowcountry Celebration Park (94 Pope Ave).  Family friendly activity to learn about the nesting Sea Turtles on Hilton Head’s beaches, and how YOU can help …

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