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Holiday Worship Concerts and Services

First Sunday in Advent Dec. 2, 8:30 & 11 a.m. The Sanctuary Choir presents a Christmas Cantata by Saint-Saens: “Oratorio de Noël.” First Presbyterian Church, 540 Wm. Hilton Pkwy. (843) 681-3696 or fpchhi.org “An Evening in December” Dec. 2, 4 p.m., 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m. Annual Christmas Concert and Dessert. Hilton Head Island Community Church,… Read More…

Holiday Happenings on Hilton Head Island

  There are plenty of ways to get in the spirit of the holiday season here on Hilton Head Island! Whether it’s Santa or Christmas lights you want to see, you’ll find them and more this year in the Lowcountry, where Christmas parties, parades and lights take over and Santa strolls the oak lined streets spreading holiday… Read More…

Thanksgiving Wines

Choose the perfect wines to complement a turkey dinner with all the trimmings. By Georgene Mortimer, Island Winery Whether you’re hosting Thanksgiving dinner or you’re a guest, chances are you may find yourself in charge of the wine selection this holiday season. However, if your Thanksgiving Day experience begins with the Macy’s Parade and ends… Read More…

Muscadine Wines: Understanding These Sweet Southern Vintages

Muscadine wines are misunderstood. They certainly aren’t the most popular wines, but they are uniquely amazing and worth a try. Muscadine, not to be confused with Muscat or Moscato, is native to the Southeastern United States. The grape’s winemaking history can be traced back to the sixteenth century near St. Augustine, Florida.  Muscadine grapes thrive… Read More…

Hilton Head Island History

Early History The Sea Pines shell ring is one of the first pieces of evidence of human occupation on Hilton Head Island. It can be seen near the east entrance to the Sea Pines Forest Preserve. The ring, one of only 20 in existence, is 150 feet (46 m) in diameter and is believed to be over 4,000 years… Read More…