March 2020 Community Calendar


March 2020 Calendar

Nat'l Women's History Month  |  6th: World Day of Prayer |  8th: Int'l Women's Day
9th: Nat'l Napping Day  |  17th: St. Patrick's Day  |  22nd: Nat'l Goof Off Day

During March...

Arts Center of Coastal Carolina:  Attend exciting events all month long: Ireland’s Most Exciting Tenor, A Bubbly Benefit Event, ArtsFest for the Kids, and One-Night Only Special from Charlotte Ballet! Times/ticket prices vary. Details: see ad page 55.

Coastal Discovery Museum:
Attend annual Native Plant Sale, learn about the Right Whales, make sweetgrass baskets, and have a conversation with a Civil War soldier! 70 Honey Horn Dr, HHI. Times/ticket prices vary. Details: 843.689.6767 or

Mondays: Grief Support Group:
6–8 pm. GriefShare weekly seminar and support group designed to help persons rebuild their lives after losing a loved one. Location: Mills Education Center of Providence Presbyterian Church, 171 Cordillo Parkway. Registration fee is $20. Call Carol Moorehead: 843-338-3128 to register.

Summer Art Camp for Kids Registration:
The Society of Bluffton Artists is taking registrations for the 2020 Summer Art Camp for kids. Each week features different art activities to ignite creativity. $100 child/per week. Register: visit

Pink Magazine partners with The Ultimate Driving Machine at Hilton Head BMW for The Ultimate Beauty Event; 1230 Fording Island Rd., Bluffton. Demonstrations, vendors, gift bags, refreshments, fashion and BMWs! More details at

MAR 4 Chef Thomas Carrig Speaks

6:30 at Unitarian Universalist Congregation Church, Bluffton. The Palmetto Plant Eaters Club hosts Chef Carrig, speaking on incorporating grains into your daily routine. Prize-drawing, must be present to win. Details:

MAR 5 360° View of Climate Change

5:15-7:15 pm at SoundWaves, 7 Lagoon Rd, HHI. Kathleen Biggins, Co-Founder of C-Change Conversations, will lead discussion about climate change impact. Tickets $25/pp includes hors d’oeuvres, drinks, and cash bar. Details/reservations:


All day Thursday savings event offering spray tans, massages and discounts at Bluffton Aesthetics, 3 Plantation Park Drive, Bluffton; 843.505.0584. Details: See the ad page 26.

MAR 5-7 Custom Jewelry Design Event

Repurpose your beloved jewelry and create something new, working directly with trusted professional jewelry designer Paula Dawkins to select a new setting or stones. By appt only. Forsythe Jewelers. Call 843.671.7070 to reserve your spot.


5:30-7:30pm; At 18A Pope Ave, HHI – Family Fun “Pirate” Night at Sandbox, sponsored by the Bargain Box. Sandbox’s March 21st Fun Night in Tanger 2 is Turtle Night; 1414 Fording Island Rd., Bluffton. Free events: Details: See the ad page 38.

MAR 6 Japan’s Military Postmodernism

10-11:30; First Presbyterian Church, 540 William Hilton Pkwy, HHI. Sheila A. Smith, senior fellow for Japan studies at the Council for Foreign Relations explains ongoing shift in Japan’s military dyanmics. Details/reservations:

MAR 6-8 Writers' Retreat Weekend

Exclusive retreat weekend at the historic Anchorage 1770 Inn, 1103 Bay St, Beaufort. Pat Conroy Literary Center's collaborative experience with award-winning writers and publishing professionals. $1500/person, incl. 2-night stay. Details:

MAR 7 Community Baby Shower

11-1:30 at Wexford Club House, HHI. Join Harper Project & Hospice Care of the Lowcountry to unite women and support expectant mothers. Individual/table tickets available, brunch w/mimosas & mocktails. Details/tickets:

MAR 9-15 HH Wine and Food Festival

Seven days of wine and culinary arts celebrating the world’s top wineries on gorgeous Hilton Head Island. All events at Sea Pines Resort; attendees must be 21+. Event times/ticket prices vary. Details:

MAR 18 Estate Planning for Women seminar

10-12 at Pinckney Hall, Sun City. *Sun City Residents Only* Spouses/partners welcome. Limited seating. Registration required. Details: see ad page 25.

MAR 18 Leave a Legacy, Not a Mess Seminar

2-4 at Elder Law; 10 Pinckney Colony Rd, Bluffton. Limited seating. Registration required. Details: see ad page 25.

MAR 19 LUX Spring Open House

10-6 at LUX, 350 Fording Island Rd, Bluffton. You’re Invited: Exclusive pricing, giveaways, presentations, refreshments, & more! Details: see ad page 21.


5:30–8:30 pm; 100 William Hilton Parkway, Village of Wexford, Karis Art Gallery‘s last celebration at Wexford. Details: 843.785.5100 and see the ad page 31.


Shows at 2pm and 7 pm. This “Elvis” inspired jukebox musical will be performed in the round at HHCA performing arts center, HHI. Eventbrite tickets: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Details: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Eight performances of Cry It Out by Molly Smith Meltzler, directed by Amanda Sox, at HH Prep School Main Street Theatre, HHI. Evening and matinees $40/students & military $15. See the ad this page for dates and times.

MAR 20 Kurds: No Nation, But a Middle East Force

10-11:30 at First Presbyterian Church, 540 William Hilton Pkwy, HHI. Henri J. Barkey, adjunct senior fellow for Middle East studies/Council for Foreign Relations explains who the Kurds are. Details/reservations:

MAR 21 WingFest - POSTPONED TO MAY 2ND!!!!

11-5 at Shelter Cove Park, HHI. Enjoy rock climbing, bungee jump, live music, and participate in the wing eating contest! Watch March Madness basketball. Fees: $8 adults/children under 10, free. Details/tickets: See ad page 60.


10–5 pm at Gifted, Suite E6 and at Branches, Suite J2 in the Village at Wexford, 1000 Wm. Hilton Parkway, HHI. Progressive Open House with refreshments, giveaways and more. Details: call 843.785.2535, 843.842.8787 and see the ad page 22.

MAR 22 Pancake Breakfast

7-3 at Skillets Café, 1 N. Forest Beach Drive, HHI. Kappa Delta Alumnae Chapter for a benefit pancake breakfast. $10 breakfast special/$5 for children. Sales benefit Child Abuse Prevention Association. No reservation required. Details: 843-815-5951

MAR 23 Forget Me Not Fashion Show & Luncheon

11am at Sonesta Resort, HHI. Lunch begins 12:15 followed by Fashion Show by Aiden Lane & The Pink Pineapple. Proceeds benefit Memory Matters. Tickets $35/person. For event tickets/details: email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


11 am at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park, Downtown Beaufort. Proceeds benefit Friends of Caroline Hospice. Purchase butterflies $10 in memory or honor of loved ones by March 6. Details: 843.525.6257 or see ad on right.


Saturday event seminar on how to stay “Fabulous 30” at Bluffton aesthetics, 3 Plantation Park Drive, Bluffton. Call 843.505.0584 for Details, see ad page 26.

MAR 28 Music on Malphrus

7 pm. Soulful singer-songwriter, Kyshona Armstrong performs at UU of the Lowcountry, 110 Malphrus Road, Bluffton. $20 tickets. Details: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

MAR 28 Lowcountry Fair with Historical Flair!

11-5 at Coastal Discovery Museum, 70 Honey Horn Dr, HHI. History re-enactments, live performances, local food/beer/craft vendors, and more. $12 advanced tickets/$15 at event. Tickets/details:


For non-profit event listings, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. in 50 words or less by March 12th.