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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Little Shop of Horrors Arrives to HHI

Little Shop of Horrors is a delectable horror-comedy-rock musical with an electrifying score by Alan Mencken and Howard Ashman. Seymour is a meek assistant at a floral shop who happens upon a strange plant, which he affectionately names “Audrey II” after his crush at the shop. Little does he know this strange and unusual plant will develop a soulful R&B voice, a wicked sense of humor, and an unquenchable thirst for human blood! The show was recently revived Off Broadway and won the 2020 Drama League, Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk Awards for Best Musical Revival. This “wildly exuberant” show will …

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Medical Form & Emergency Contact

The POA team urges you to complete new emergency contact (required) and medical assistance forms (if applicable). You may have completed them in the past, but we learned during evacuations that a great deal of the information can easily be outdated. We may need this information during/following an evacuation, as we might need to contact you regarding property damage or assist you with other needs as indicated on the forms. We are here to help, but we need your help so we can provide the best possible service! There are 3 easy ways to obtain and return the forms: Email communications@shipyardhhi.com to obtain a …

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Medical Form & Emergency Contact

The POA team urges you to complete new emergency contact (required) and medical assistance forms (if applicable). You may have completed them in the past, but we learned during evacuations that a great deal of the information can easily be outdated. We may need this information during/following an evacuation, as we might need to contact you regarding property damage or assist you with other needs as indicated on the forms. We are here to help, but we need your help so we can provide the best possible service! There are 3 easy ways to obtain and return the forms: Email …

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Lets Talk More Hurricanes

  At the beginning of each Hurricane Season, we try to host a free hurricane prep talk for owners! We had a great turnout this year and it seemed like everyone learned something new. If you are looking for “the Guide To Emergency Preparedness Field Guide” that was provided at the meeting head to any local fire station or the town hall to pick one up. Located in the Hilton Head Monthly magazine, you can find more information on how to prepare in the event of a storm and what to do when you return to the island. The information …

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Lets Talk Hurricanes

  Thank you to everyone who showed up at our Hurricane Talk last month! We had a great turnout and it seemed like everyone learned something new. If you are looking for “the Guide To Emergency Preparedness Field Guide” that was provided at the meeting head to any local fire station or the town hall to pick one up. Located in the Hilton Head Monthly magazine, you can find more information on how to prepare in the event of a storm and what to do when you return to the island. The information can be found here. Please always be …

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Guidebook from the Hurricane Talk

Thank you to everyone and Tom Dunn who attended the Hurricane Prep Talk on Friday. To pick up a free “Guide To: Emergency Preparedness Field Guide,” visit any fire station or the Town Hall.

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First HAWK Signal

Town of Hilton Head Island Installs Its First HAWK Signal to Improve Pedestrian Safety April 17, 2020 – To improve pedestrian safety, the Town of Hilton Head Island has installed its first pedestrian hybrid beacon, known as a “HAWK” (High- Intensity Activated Crosswalk), at the pedestrian crosswalk by the Coligny Beach parking lot on South Forest Beach Drive. The HAWK, which will be activated on Monday, April 20, is part of roadway improvements in the Coligny Beach area and will help pedestrians cross the road more safely from Coligny Beach parking lot and pathways to a new pathway that goes to Coligny …

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