Entries in May 2014

Savor the Lowcountry Food Tours

Tuesdays and Thursdays April thru November

Take a walking culinary tour of some of Hilton Head's best dining spots and meet the chefs and restaurateurs. Along the way you will learn about our island's rich history. Savor the Lowcountry; a fun and flavorful food tour! Join us as we Savor the Lowcountry every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon at 1:45 p.m. Our fun and flavorful food tours take you on a strolling culinary adventure. We visit 5 different eateries and sample some of the best food on the island. We meet the chefs and restaurateurs who have made Hilton Head Island a food lover's paradise. Along our route we explore our rich history and treat you to fun facts about how Hilton Head evolved into the wonderful resort community that it is today. We promise you memories you will savor for a lifetime when you Savor the Lowcountry with us! More Info:

alice@savorthelowcountry.com or visit www.savorthelowcountry.com.  Admission Fee: $45.00



Sunset Reggae Party at Skull Creek Boathouse

Mondays April - September 24, 2014

Sunset Reggae Party every Monday night at Skull Creek Boathouse. Join in the fun every Monday night from 5-9pm. Come enjoy the breathtaking sunset view of Skull Creek while jammin' to the cool sounds of local reggae band PATWA!. Great drink specials and plenty of fun! See ya at the creek mon'! More Info:chrisg@serggroup.com or visithttp://skullcreekboathouse.com/archives/category/happenings

Wonderful Wacky Wizzle Cruise

Ongoing Throughout Summer

You'll see dolphins, Shannon Tanner does a music and magic show, kids drive the boat, and the fun will conclude with a treasure hunt in the harbour! Parents and kids meet at Shelter Cove on Dock C in front of San Miguels Restaurant at the Boat called "HOLIDAY" at 8:15am. Departure is at 9am and we will return at 11am. $20/person with kids 2 and under $6. More info or visit the website.


Bravo Arts and Cultural Festival

May 2014 (Ongoing throughout May)

Hilton Head Island and the Lowcountry celebrate our area's vibrant arts community and diverse cultural  heritage through visual and performing arts events, cultural activities and programs during the month of May each year. See the event schedule here.

Family entertainment at the Salty Dog Café

Ongoing Throughout the Summer

The fun continues with events going on throughout the summer. Gary Maurer performs magic at 7 and 8 p.m. Fridays-Sundays, while the Maggie and Jackson Kids’ Music Show kicks off at 7 and 8 p.m. Mondays- Thursdays. For the grownups, the south end spot offers live music with Dave Kemmerly or Bruce Crichton seven days a week. www.saltydog.com

Hilton Head Island Farmers Market

Ongoing Throughout Year

The Hilton Head Island Farmers Market 2014 season will begin April 6 and go through December 7. Plan to attend for fresh produce, seafood, honey, baked goods and more. Enjoy breakfast or lunch in our Bistro Café.

Chamber Bike & Dine Week

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Hilton Head Island celebrates national bicycling month with an 8-day week of dining and cycling specials! For the complete schedule of menus for the week and events for the whole month, visit www.hiltonheadisland.org/bikeanddine

Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra

Monday, May 12, 2014

The mission of the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra is to inspire and enrich the lives of our citizens and visitors through the performance of outstanding music, educational programs and community partnerships. SLAVIC FESTIVAL John Morris Russell, Conductor George Li, piano The lyricism of Borodin, the brilliance of Dvorak, and the audacity of Prokofiev in the hands of a brilliant young pianist. 

Sunset Dolphin Nature Cruise 

Ongoing Throughout Season

Cruise west out of Harbour Town and across Calibogue sound into the setting sun. Along the way you will hear and see about many points of interest as well as our friends the Atlantic Bottle Nose Dolphin. Our course will take us across the sound along the intra-coastal waterway, the Cooper River and then finally up Bull Creek to the Dolphin Hole. We'll see and talk about the islands that make up Calibogue Sound, the Haig Point Lighthouse, Strahn Mansion, slave quarters, and the low country saltwater marshland. We'll aslo visit with and discuss the Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin. This a perfect way to end the day and a great cruise for adults and children. The Vagabond features comfortable seating, restrooms and fully stocked snack bar with your favorite cold beverage. www.vagabondcruise.com

BBQ and Bluegrass

Saturday, May 31, 2014

Take a step back in time when you visit charming Old Town Bluffton, South Carolina!  The Heyward House Historic Center, located at 70 Boundary Street, is in the heart of Bluffton’s Nationally Registered Historic District. It’s the perfect place to begin your visit to Bluffton. "BBQ and Bluegrass" event with the Lowcountry Boil Band will be held at the Heyward House Historic Center. More details to follow.

Robert Trent Jones Free Golf Demonstration

Mondays - Ongoing Throughout Year

Each Monday afternoon, Doug Weaver conducts a free, 45-minute golf clinic and demonstration entitled "Where Does the Power Come From?" at the Jones Golf Center. Golfers are encouraged to ask questions during the hands-on, fully interactive class. The audience size is unlimited. Everyone is welcome.  For further information: www.palmettodunes.com/hilton-head-golf-clinics.php