Summer Evenings from mid June through mid August at Shelter Cove Harbour
HarbourFest, Shelter Cove Harbour’s signature summer event, occurs June through August. During HarbourFest, Shelter Cove features live entertainment seven nights a week, plus unforgettable food, arts and crafts from an array of vendors, bouncy houses, fireworks and a flurry of fun activity. There is no admission charge for HarbourFest!
Family entertainer, Shannon Tanner, has been a fixture at HarbourFest since 1988 and is celebrating his 25th year at Shelter Cove Harbour! Shannon’s light-hearted performances include sing-a-longs, pop music, classic tunes, and his own original songs. Memorial Day – Labor Day, Shannon plays Monday – Friday with two shows at 6:30 and 8:00 pm.
This year, Cappy the Clown will be at Shelter Cove Harbour Memorial Day through Labor Day to delight audiences with fun entertainment and activities. Cappy will be at Shelter Cove Monday – Friday from 6:00-9:00 pm.
Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival is one of the annual marquis events in Hilton Head. October 25 – November 3, 2013 Hilton Head Island is best known best for its fabulous family friendly beaches and, and endless number of top ranked golf courses, its something else that takes center stage the first weekend in November – world class automobiles and auto racing enthusiasts. Playing host to some of the country’s finest collector automobiles, Hilton Head Island sets a beautiful backdrop with its majestic live oaks and draping Spanish moss. With everything from jaw-dropping classics to two-wheeled machines to wooden boats to amazing beach mobiles, Hilton Head Island brings out the car lover in all of us.
For complete details and tickets, please see http://www.hhimotoringfestival.com
Coming soon in 2013 we will have several new homes and villa’s for you to choose from for your next trip to paradise! Keep checking the website for pictures and descriptions!
Effective Friday October 26, 2012 We are moving to 22 New Orleans Road, Suite B!!
After 4 years in our location we are moving across the street and a little south on New Orleans Road. Stop by and say Hello!
Featuring The Coastal Living Furniture Collection & J Banks Design
Set along a picturesque street in the River Road Garden District, the Style Home is a collaboration between Palmetto Bluff, Coastal Living magazine, J Banks Design Group, and Shoreline Construction and Development.
Designed to showcase the work of our project partners and the new Garden District neighborhood, the Style Home features the very latest in coastal inspired interiors and outdoor living spaces, fabulous decorating ideas, and smart design tips.
Perhaps even more important is the community benefit that the Style Home will bring to Bluffton. On September 1, the Style Home will open to the public for tours, five days a week. Tour-goers will contribute $10 per person, with 100% of the proceeds going to Bluffton Self Help and the Boys & Girls Club of Bluffton. Each of the organizations will staff the home with volunteers during the tour days, making this effort a true community collaboration.
A unique three-day walking and running event showcasing the Lowcountry natural beauty, world-class amenities, friendly locals and remarkable community spirit, the second annual LoCo Motion returns to Beaufort County, September 28-30, 2012. Seriously fun, proceeds from Carolina Cups’ signature fundraiser benefit local and regional breast cancer screening, research and treatment programs.
Call us at 843-689-5900 to book your next vacation between today and December 21st and be entered into a Drawing to Win a beautiful wood carved picture of Hilton Head Island. This would be a lovely addition to your foyer or any room of your home. Like us on Fb to see the picture!
For years, islanders have pondered one simple question: What are we going to do with Coligny? With a recent decision by Town Council, it would seem we have an answer. But with that answer comes more questions.
While the renovated beach entrance is a success, other areas could use a facelift. Some of the buildings in the area are more than 20 years old, a lifetime when you factor in sun and salt air. Streetscaping in the area is in need of a boost. And as anyone who has driven to the Coligny area can attest, parking is at a premium during the tourist season. Read the rest of the story here: http://www.hiltonheadmonthly.com/news/hilton-head/82-hilton-head/2369-colignys-next-wave
Tell us what you think?? What would you like to see at Coligny?