Say "I do" on Hilton Head Island
Is there really a wedding season any more? I've been to a lot of weddings and they seem to fall any time of the year in any destination on the planet. In the past 5 years alone I've been to weddings in Lake Tahoe, Massachusetts, Hilton Head, and even South Africa! But no matter the destination, no matter the number of guests, there is planning involved in having a wedding. It can be as simple or as elegant as you want and there are so many options, it may be hard to make decisions.
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Inclement Weather Fun for the Family on Hilton Head Island
Obviously most people think of the beach when they talk about Hilton Head Island. However, as much as we do not like to admit it…some days are not beach days. Yes, it's true. We have the occasional rainy day and in the winter time the temps can get fairly low — not New England low, mind you — but in the low 50's. So you are here with your family and it is cold or rainy or cold and rainy. What can you do for fun? Never fear! The Island is full of fun things to do.
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Fit Fun on Hilton Head Island
The Island boasts over 60 miles in leisure trails, which means if you want to walk, bike, run, roller blade, jog, or scooter about the Island, you can do it here. Hilton Head Island is full of fun activities that also happen to give you a good workout. And here are just a few:
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Family Fun on Hilton Head Island
Hilton Head Island is an ideal place to bring the kids for a fun-filled family vacation. Here is the first in a series of blogs that will help you embrace all that the island has to offer:
You are on Hilton Head Island for a week of fun, sun, and family time. You are in luck, there are so many wonderful things to do on Hilton Head Island, you may want to stay for an extra week; or you could just move here. The most obviously place to start your week of fun is the...
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The RBC Heritage: Hitting a ball and having a ball on Hilton Head Island
A little sand, a little surf, and a lot of golf. That's the recipe for the week of April 15-21st, 2013 on Hilton Head Island, otherwise known as Heritage Week around these parts. If your are headed this way as a Heritage player or spectator, let it be known that Hilton Head knows what hospitality and a good time is all about - on and off the greens. Check out this guide to the best of Hilton Head Island, and let the good times roll!
The PGA RBC Heritage Golf Tournament has been played on the famed Harbour Town Golf Links at the Sea Pines Resort in Hilton Head Island, SC every year since 1969. The host course was designed by Pete Dye, with input from Jack Nicklaus. Known to locals as "The Heritage", South Carolina's only PGA TOUR event. This year's Heritage will be April 15 -21, 2013.
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Learn About the Gullah Culture on Hilton Head
During the February month long Gullah Celebration
Looking for something to do on Hilton Head and learn your history at the same time? Then look no further than month long Gullah Celebration in February. Varied events include everything from art shows, to historical performances and perhaps even a Marsh Tacky (the SC state horse) race on the Coligny beach!
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May - The Month for Arts and Culture in Hilton Head Island
Hilton Head Island and the Low Country was discovered and embraced by artists of all mediums for its pristine beauty and cultural heritage. Today we celebrate a thriving arts community with "Bravo", an annual event running the entire month of May. Here is just a sampling of what is offered to pique your artistic interests.
Hilton Head enjoys a healthy and vibrant theatrical community, and the productions in May are no exception.
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Christmas on Hilton Head Island
It's not all about the Snow! Hilton Head at Christmastime is truly different. There is no snow, but our streets are still full of lights, decor and plenty of fun. The weather is perfectly crisp, with typical daytime temperatures in the 60's - a light jacket is almost too much on some days. The evenings get a little chilly once the sun disappears, but with all the Christmas lights burning brightly all you'll notice is the cordiality of the holiday season.
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"Snowbirds" in Hilton Head Island, SC
Many visitors like to come to Hilton Head Island, South Carolina during the warm months of the year from April until September, but when most vacationers leave the island, a rare breed of birds appear. Most scientists identify birds by shape or flight pattern but on Hilton Head, you don't have to be an ornithologist to spot a snowbird!
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