October 2019 Calendar
Breast Cancer Awareness Month | Nat'l Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Positive Attitude Month | Oct 1-7: Get Organized Week | Oct 24: United Nations Day
MONDAYS: Mammo with Martinis 5-7 p.m.at Bluffton Medical Campus Mammography Dept., 75 Baylor St., Bluffton. Enjoy a Mammotini during your mammogram. 833.241.2575-Call to schedule your appt. See ad back cover.
WEDNESDAYS: CONNECTION CLASS 2-4 p.m. Proactive early intervention in memory retraining every Wednesday. Seabrook Auditorium, 300 Woodhaven Dr., HHI. Sponsored by Memory Matters; limited seating: $50 fee- Details: 843.842.6888.
OCT 1- 27 MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS
See Warren Kelley in this classic lavish train trip mystery at Arts Center of Coastal Carolina – 14 Shelter Cove Lane, HHI. Artshhi.com or call 843.842.2787. See the ad page 13.
OCT 10 Pink Partini Breast Cancer Celebration
5:30-8 p.m. Join us at The Sandbar Beach Eats, 101 Pope Avenue, HHI. It's a PINK OUT! Bring your friends and wear PINK for breast cancer awareness while enjoying tasty treats and eats, survivor recognition, breast cancer trivia, music and dancing and fab prizes! Sponsored by Hilton Head Regional Healthcare. See the ad page 4.
OCT 11 MARJORY WENTWORTH, POET LAUREATE
OCT 11 FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY
3-7 p.m. located at the Island Rec Center—just outside the new facility. See the ad page 57.
OCT 11-30 CAPA Beaufort Ghost Tours
11th-12th, 18th-20th, 25th-27th, 30th; See website for times. Hosted by CAPA and The Exchange Club. Carriage rides and walking tours through Beaufort’s historic district—proceeds benefit CAPA: Tickets: $22/$12; Call 843.52-GHOST or visit www.capabeaufort.org.
OCT 12 35th Annual Chili Cookoff
11:30-3:30 p.m. rain or shine at Coastal Discovery Museum with 20-25 local restaurants and chili amateurs competing. $5 entry and $1 chili tasting tickets, plus Jeep Island exhibit. Host: Kiwanis Clubs of HHI. www.hiltonheadkiwanis.org. See ad page 57.
OCT 12 HILTON HEAD LUSTGARTEN WALK
8:30 a.m. registration; 9:30 walk begins at Shelter Cove Community Park, HHI. Family friendly event with 100% proceeds going towards pancreatic cancer research. Details: www.lustgaten.org/hiltonheadwalk.
OCT 16 ZIN EXPERIENCE WITH ITALIAN FLAIR
OCT 16 League of Women Voters October Forum
10 a.m.–noon. Public Info Session on Beaufort County Schools Referendum at Bluffton Community Library; 120 Palmetto Way, Bluffton. Learn about it. Ask Your Questions- Vote Nov 5th. Details: www.vote411.org
OCT 16 Lowcountry Christian Women’s Connection Luncheon
11:30 a.m. at Hampton Hall Clubhouse, HHI. “A Salute to Patriotism” with music and singing – wear red, white and blue. Speaker, Maj. Dexter Brewer, US Army, Retired. $26 lunch pre-paid by Oct. 9; Call Carol for details: 843.705.7604.
OCT 16 BURGERS, BEER & MUSIC
3-5 p.m. A social event with a cause—Alzheimer’s Assoc. The Bayshore, 421 Squire Pope Road, HHI. RSVP by Monday Oct 14- 843.342.2222. See ad page 45.
OCT 16 Pat Conroy Author Series
2 p.m. “Pat Conroy as a Reader” is presented by Jonathan Haupt, Director of the Pat Conroy Literary Center; Coastal Discovery Museum, 70 Honey Horn Dr., HHI: $7 pp/reservations required- 843.689.6767, ext. 223.
OCT 17 POWER YOUR CELLS
6:30-8 p.m. Brand New way to power your cells informative presentation at Ruby Lee’s South, 19 Dunnagan’s Alley, HHI. Meet Dr. Wilhemina Fry and Lydia Inglett. Enjoy $5 wine and cocktails. RSVP/text: 615.579.7867. See ad page 5.
OCT 17 Quilting Guild Meeting
Noon-3 p.m. at Palmetto Electric New River, Bluffton. Guest speaker Cathy Persson will cover tools needed for free motion quilting and ruler work. Open meeting/$5 guest fee. Details: palmettoquiltguild.org.
OCT 18 PUMPKIN PATCH
4–8 p.m. Free Halloween contest, candy, games, and more for kids ages 3-12. Everyone's welcome—Shelter Cove Community Park. Sponsored by Island Rec. See ad page 57.
OCT 18 Birds and Other Stuff Exhibit
5-7 p.m. Artist’s Reception at the Center for Creative Arts in Bluffton located next on Church Street in Old Town Bluffton. Meet artist Steve Moscowitz’ who’s exhibit features acrylic paintings of wildlife. Details: Sobagallery.com. Exhibit runs Oct 18-20.
OCT 18 A GOURMET GALA
6-9 p.m. at TidePoint Clubhouse, benefitting Hilton Head Heroes. Silent Auction items needed. RSVP to Leila Nelson; 843.298.0433. See the ad page 54.
OCT 19 #WALKFORFREEDOM
10 a.m. at Forsyth Park Fountain, Savannah, Ga. Pre-register and Walk for Freedom with others in Savannah and thousands more in other cities world-wide to create awareness about human trafficking. Details: www.a21.org.
OCT 19 FALL CRAFT & BAKE SALE
9–2 p.m. Hilton Head Plantation Crafters host a Fall Craft & Bake Sale with all proceeds supporting Hospice Care of the Lowcountry. Hundreds of handmade items, raffle, baked goods. Location: Christ Lutheran Church, HHI. Free admission. Details: 843.706.2296.
OCT 19 LOWCOUNTRY VEGFEST
10-5 p.m. at Shelter Cove Community Park, HHI. Sponsored by Palmetto Plant Eaters Club. Lowcountry Boil Band, 70 vendor booths, food, drinks, speakers, education and merchandise. Free admission; Bring pantry donation item. Details: www.LowcountryVegFest.com.
OCT 23 Mammos, Mermaids & Martinis
5-7 p.m. at Spartina 449, 28 Shelter Cove Lane, Suite 104, HHI. Enjoy ladies' night featuring founder Kay Stanley and Dr. Ringer from HH Regional Healthcare, panel discussions and more! Details: see ad on back cover.
OCT 24, 27 & 30 EVENTS AT COLIGNY PLAZA
Oct 24: Halloween. Coligny Theatre: Oct 27: Lowcountry Jewish Film Festival; Oct 30: An Evening to Honor Pat Conroy. See the ad page 60 or colignyplaza.com/events.
OCT 24 THE BRA PROJECT – Bras & Bubbly
6–8 p.m. At Thibault Gallery, 815 Bay Street, Beaufort. Sponsored by Pinnacle Plastic Surgery, a fun event with votes for Bra Project creations. Several sites detailed in ad, page 19. All proceeds benefit Dragon Boat Beaufort.
OCT 25 Agabhumi Trunk Show
9–5:30 p.m. Fall 2019 Fashion Collection of Agabhumi designs. At Stephen’s Compounding Pharmacy, 60 Palmetto Parkway, Suite A, HHI. See the ad page 49.
OCT 26 MUSIC ON MALPHRUS
OCT 29- NOV 3: “Our PRINCE of SCRIBES”
4th Annual Pat Conroy Literary Festival, hosted by the Conroy Center in various locations with free and ticketed events for readers and writers of all ages. Exhibitions, appearances by bestselling novelists, panel discussions and more. Tickets & Festival information:
NOV 1 LIFE AFTER LOANS: MANAGING STUDENT DEBT
5-6 p.m. Learn about student debt loan repayment options, debt management and avoiding related scams. Beaufort Branch Library, 311 Scott St., Beaufort. More details: 843.255.6458.
Nov 1-2 ROBERTO COIN TRUNK SHOW
10–7 p.m. Friday; 10-5 p.m. Saturday. Newly coined fall fashions from Roberto Coin. Complimentary gift with purchase; light refreshments. RSVP: Shops at Sea Pines Center; 71 Lighthouse Road, HHI. 843.671.7070; parking pass cheerfully refunded. See ad page 63.
NOV 7-9 – GRAYCO OPEN HOUSES and SEMINARS
Nov. 7: Beaufort Location: 537 Sea Island Parkway: 5 -7 p.m.; Wine and cheese apps while previewing holiday items; Door prizes. Nov. 9: Seminars on holiday crafts and décor – RSVP – see ad for details, page 9.
Nov 8: Hilton Head Location: 11:30- 1:30 – Seminars on holiday crafts and décor- RSVP. 5-7 p.m. Wine and cheese served while previewing holiday items; Door Prizes. 6 Bow Circle, HHI. RSVP- see ad for details, page 9.
NOV 9 FALL FESTIVAL
10- 2 p.m. with Silent Auction, 10-1 p.m. St. Andrew by the Sea, 20 Pope Ave., HHI -hosting annual event of food, fun, finds, music, kids’ activities, shopping bazaar and more. Details: see the ad page 25
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