What To Do the week of January 12th-18th

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3-D paleontology coming to Ridgeland

The Morris Heritage Center will hold 3-D Paleontology: New Discoveries with Curator Matthew Gibson at 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14. The discussion will be centered around the advanced in 3-D scanning and printing, which allows paleontologists to study and examine fossils without damaging the specimen.

Attendees will learn about the Oligocene whale skulls and their scientific value as researchers take steps into the future to discover new species, new histories and new perspectives through the new era of 3-D scanning.

The center is at 10782 Jacob Smart Blvd. Visit www.morrisheritagecenter.org.

Resolution run/walk to be held Jan. 14

The Resolution Run 5K Walk or Run will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 14. The event will be held on Marina Drive on Dataw Island and will benefit the Lowcountry Habitat for Humanity. The cost is $25 before Tuesday, Jan. 10. There are discounts for youth and military. Call 843-522-3500.

Wined It Up will feature jazz trio

Jazz with the Debbie McDaniel Trio, featuring special guest trumpeter Jeff Shawd, will be held from 7-10 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14, at Wined It Up at 705 Bay St. in Beaufort. Visit www.wineditup.net.

Trio treat to feature trumpet, trombone, piano

The Brass-hoppers are coming to Fripp Island. This trio of gifted musicians includes trumpeter Mary Bowden, trombonist Alexis Smith, and pianist Milana Strezeva.

These three women create an exquisite brass sound with a lush keyboard, hopping from classical music to jazz-inspired arrangements of popular tunes. The three musicians have performed as soloists and principals with major chamber and symphony orchestras all over the world.

The trio will be hosted by the Fripp Friends of Music at 5 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 15, in the Community Center at 205 Tarpon Blvd.

Tickets at the door are $25 for adults; students get in free. Guests will get a free pass at the Fripp gate and are invited to a catered reception after the performance. Visit www.frippfriendsofmusic.com or call 843-263-5916.

Carolina gold rice topic of history session

The Historic Beaufort Foundation will present a Rice Culture Field Session on Saturday, Jan. 21. Participants will hear the story of the re-introduction of Carolina gold rice from passionate duck hunters Dr. Richard Schulze Sr. and his son, who have accomplished this at their Turnbridge Plantation.

They will be joined by Glenn Roberts, renowned for sourcing and preserving historic ingredients available through Anson Mills.

After visiting the fields at Turnbridge, participants will adjourn to Delta Plantation for lunch.

Field sessions are limited to 20 participants. They should dress for the weather and will need to provide their own transportation. The cost is $125 per person for members; $150 for nonmembers. Lunch is included in each session. For more information, call 843-379-3331 or email info@historicbeaufort.org.

Port Royal battle lecture comes to library

The Beaufort Branch Library will present a lecture on the Battle of Port Royal Sound at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24. The lecture is free, but advance registration is required. The library is at 311 Scott St. in Beaufort. This event is presented by the Beaufort History Museum. Visit www.beauforthistorymuseum.com.