**URGENT** Welcome Center Hours

Welcome Center Hours of Operation *EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY* Unfortunately, we are reaching out to inform you that there has been a significant impact on the staff recently due to COVID-19. This will likely result in a skeleton crew for two weeks. To keep you all safe, we have taken the following measures effective from 1/4/22 until 1/14/22: The Welcome Center will be open from 8am-noon for walk-in assistance. The Welcome Center staff will also be available from 12:30pm-4pm by appointment only. Weekend availability in the Welcome Center will also be by appointment only. When visiting the Welcome Center, we ask that …

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Scott’s Fish Market, HHI, SC

One of the many benefits of living in the Lowcountry is the amount of fresh and delicious seafood at our fingertips!! Scott’s Fish Market Restaurant and Bar is expanding it’s BOGO Program! YAY! It will start on December 15, 2021 and is a true Buy One Get One Free program. If you would like to participate in this great deal, stop at the Welcome Center for your coupons! This is only eligible for in house dining only AND you must present the coupon at to your server. Any questions please call the staff at Scott’s Fish Market at 843-785-7575.

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December Food Truck Friday

It is time for Food Truck Friday! We just wanted to remind you that we will have a food truck (Big Dog Tacos) in the Welcome Center lot from 11am- 3pm on December 10, 2021. They will accept cash or cards as payment. Click here for the menu. Hope you come out to enjoy!

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Thanksgiving Welcome Center Hours

Happy Thanksgiving from the Shipyard family to yours! With this holiday season quickly approaching our Welcome Center hours will change. Please be aware for requesting passes for family and friends. If we do not see you, have a lovely Thanksgiving! Wednesday, 11/24: 8am-12pm Thursday, 11/25: CLOSED Friday, 11/26: CLOSED Saturday, 11/27: 8am-12pm Sunday, 11/28: 8am-12pm

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ALLIGATOR SAFETY IN SHIPYARD

ALLIGATOR SAFETY IN SHIPYARD Warm spring weather means alligators are more active and more visible. Rising temperatures increase an alligator’s metabolism, which means they begin seeking prey. Occasionally you’ll see them basking in the sun as they regulate their body temperature. Alligator mating season begins in early April and goes into June. All of this means that you may encounter an alligator when walking near the water, participating in recreational water activities, or if the alligator has been fed and become habituated to humans. While we do not wish to inspire fear, we do want to take this opportunity to remind our …

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