The Coastal Discovery Museum will host Judy Mooney and Amiri Farris for this exhibit in our gallery January 21 through February 28, 2016. The rich colorful heritage of the Gullah and Geechee people comes to life in the works of Mooney and Farris. Their sculptures and paintings make solid the st... Read more »
These clinics are offered for competitive players above a 3.5 level and feature a tactical approach to building a player's game. Both singles and doubles play patterns are developed through a progressive use of tactical dead ball, live ball and competitive decision making drills. If you are comfo... Read more »
Enjoy a one-hour guided boat tour through the freshwater lakes of the Sea Pines Forest Preserve and get a close-up view of Hilton Head Island's indigenous plant and animal life, including the American alligator. Reservations required; contact H2O Sports at (843)... Read more »
This program incorporates wonderful instruction with lots of fun - the perfect ingredients for a successful week of tennis. For players 50 years of age and older, and for USTA ratings of 2.0—4.5. Gain confidence in your shot making, refine stroke mechanics and learn our fitness components to pr... Read more »
Daily; call for schedule.Lawton Stables offers one-hour guided trail rides for adults and children ages eight and older. Experience the preserve from horseback while being immersed in the natural beauty of the Lowcountry. (843) 671-2586... Read more »
Learn the art of fly casting and the basics of fly fishing in the scenic Sea Pines Forest Preserve. Join Captain Fuzzy Davis for a custom two-hour clinic that will have you casting like a pro. All tackle and flies are included and no license is required. Targete... Read more »
The IXX Arts Ob We People Annual Art Exhibition and Sale. The annual Art Exhibition and Sale is a display of original work by emerging and leading artists that represents the life of Gullah people on Hilton Head Island and the surrounding community. Artists will be onsite at various times through... Read more »
Outside Hilton Head hosts its 24th annual Recycle Your Jacket for Deep Well program this February. The community is encouraged to bring in donations of sweaters, coats and jackets in good condition. In return, those who donate will receive discounts up to fifty percent on in-stock jackets and out... Read more »
Enjoy fishing for catfish, crappie and bream by the beautiful lakes in the Sea Pines Forest Preserve. Supplies and instruction provided; catch and release program. Reservations are required; contact (843) 842-19... Read more »
Walk into the featured artist area in the SOBA Gallery during February and you’ll find yourself in a world of brilliantly colored wall sculptures with moving parts—discs, balls, odd shaped metal pieces—that dip, sway and swirl in the air when tapped. T... Read more »
Thursdays; 3:30-5pm, other times available by appointmentSit back, relax and experience the animals and plant life of the Sea Pines Forest Preserve. Reservations required; contact (843) 842-1979. Minimum of 6 guests. $15/adult, $12/child (ages 12 & younger).... Read more »
Named "Most Romantic" on the Island by Hilton Head Monthly readers, award winning restaurant, ELA'S Blu Water Grille will be featuring Chef Benskin's personalized cuisine for Valentine's Dinner overlooking the gorgeous sunset views of Broadcreek Sound. Thursday, February 11th through Sunday... Read more »
Start your Sunday off right with ELA'S Sunday Brunch!
Available every Sunday from 11am to 2pm, the brunch menu features our culinary team's modern spin on the classics - Eggs Benedict, Steak & Eggs, fabulous omelette choices, and our Blu-berry Stuffed French Toast - just to name a few. ... Read more »
Are you ready to dance? This event is sure to keep you dancing all evening long with the featured band, Deas Guys, a renowned Hilton Head Island favorite. With the purchase of your ticket you can enjoy the delicious buffet of Lowcountry foods, including smothered pork loin, collard greens, red ri... Read more »
Enjoy a romantic evening with that special someone at Links, an American Grill, located in the Harbour Town Clubhouse; Live Oak, located in the Plantation Golf Club; or Coast, located in the Sea Pines Beach Club. Reservations recommended at Links (843) 363-8380, Live Oak (843) 842-1441, and Coast... Read more »
John Morris Russell, Conductor; Goeun Melody Sims, Violin; First Prize Winner of the 2015 HHSO Youth Concerto Competition. "Ms. Sims is a confident, mature performer who plays with great lyricism at such a young age.” -Joe Gimbel, Dir. HHSO Youth Concerto Competition... Read more »
Travel back in time with the stories of Honey Horn's past 200 years. You'll learn about the planters, the northern hunters who visited in the winter, the islanders who worked on site and the Hack Family who lived at Honey Horn from 1950 until the late 1990s. This walk, led by a Museum docent,... Read more »
A brief historical and natural history overview is given by a Museum docent, followed by a walking tout of this National Wildlife Refuge, including salt marsh and maritime forest. Wildlife may include variety of birds, alligators and marsh inhabitants. Every Tuesday and Thursday 9 am - 11 am.... Read more »
Weekly programs highlighting the history and historic sites of Hilton Head Island.
January 19 - Historic Sites of Hilton Head Island: Join us for a one-and one-half-hour talk about the history of Hilton Head Island and the historic sites on the island accompanied by a map that you can then ... Read more »
Learn about the area's early explorers and the importance of the island during the Civil War, Mitchelville, and the Steam Cannon from a docent with the Coastal Discovery Museum. The tour visits the site of Fort Walker and the Steam Cannon.
Cost is $12 adult, $7 child (ages 7-12 only) and ... Read more »
Wednesdays; 10am.Other times available by appointment.An introduction to the fastest-growing version of croquet due to its simplicity and competitiveness. Reservations are required; contact (843) 842-1979. $10 per person.... Read more »
Learn about the natural history of many snakes commonly found in the Lowcountry at this program at the Coastal Discovery Museum. From the venomous rattle snakes to colorful milk snakes, our region is home to numerous species that play essential roles in our ecosystem. Join Tony Mills for an u... Read more »
Join a Coastal Discovery Museum docent and learn how Hilton Head Island was home to thousands of Union soldiers during the Civil War. Find out why they were here and how they spent their time. Historic photographs, maps and artifacts tell the story of Hilton Head from 1861-1865. $7 per person... Read more »
As one of the most productive environments on the planet, the Salt Marsh functions as a filter and nursery for the coast. Learn from a Museum docent how marsh plants adapt to the salt water, and why we should protect this interesting ecosystem.
$10 adult, $5 child (ages 4-12) Reservations... Read more »
An all access experience to Gullah culture! The annual Arts, Crafts and Food Expo offers cultural demonstrations, authentic Gullah and African crafts and food for sale, as well as an offering of traditional storytelling and music entertainment. An event to be shared with family and friends or for... Read more »
Learn about the history of the Sweetgrass basket, one of the Lowcountry's best known art forms, from a local 7th generation Gullah basket maker at the Coastal Discovery Museum. Then, try your hand at starting a basket of your own using locally found natural materials. Cost is $65 per person a... Read more »