What To Do the week of January 21st-27th

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Annual Meeting of the Beaufort History Museum set

Museum members and the public are invited to attend the Annual Meeting of the Beaufort History Museum (BHM) on Tuesday, January 26 at 6:00 p.m. in the museum’s main hall on the second floor of The Arsenal, located at 713 Craven St. At the meeting, milestones of the past year will be celebrated and plans for 2016 will be revealed. Current museum members will also vote on a slate of new Board of Directors candidates, which will have been presented to them in advance via email.

Fripp Audubon Club Presents Dr. Al Segars on “The Lowcountry’s ACE Basin—a National Treasure!” 

The ACE Basin is hundreds of thousands of acres of protected estuarine waters, marshes, land & islands in coastal Beaufort, Charleston & Colleton counties—for 25 years, a national & international model of habitat conservation. It is real estate that practically defines South Carolina’s Lowcountry! On Thurs., Jan. 28, Fripp Audubon & Naturally Fripp Community Wildlife Habitat host THE premier ACE Basin expert, SCDNR’s Dr. Al Segars, who’ll discuss its critical role in wildlife ecology that makes our Lowcountry natural environment so captivating & unique. 7 p.m., Fripp Island Community Centre. Free presentation & free pass at Fripp gate. Meet ‘n’ Greet, 6 p.m.; please bring small plate of nibbles to share. Contact patrick.r.cotter@gmail.com & visit www.islc.net/audubon/

Free oil change for single moms and moms with deployed husbands

We know being a single parent is a tough job. Let us help you keep your car up-to-date with a free oil change! And Moms with Deployed Husbands, we know how hard that life is too. We offer 3 free oil change events for you throughout the year. Our next Free Oil Change event is Saturday, January 30th from 9 a.m. to noon at Love House Ministries. While the oil change is completely free, you’re welcome to bring a box of food or a canned food item for Help of Beaufort, a local nonprofit organization .We will be at Love House Ministries, 423 Parris Island Gateway, Beaufort. Sponsored by The Link Church, Love House Ministries, Walmart, and Complete Car Care of Beaufort.

“Concert Classics – Exploring what’s Musically Possible!”

The Lowcountry Wind Symphony (LWS) presents “Concert Classics – Exploring what’s Musically Possible” at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 157 Lady’s Island Drive, Beaufort, on Sunday, January 31st, at 3:00 p.m. Please note this is a change of time AND venue from our playbill listing.

Enjoy this richly varied program, which begins with the ‘National Emblem March’ and includes Schubert’s ‘Unfinished Symphony’ (Movement I) ; ‘Bugler’s Holiday’, featuring our wonderful trumpet section; a classical favorite, ‘Toccata’ by 17th century Italian composer G. Frescobaldi; and a very special arrangement of the beloved melody, ‘Amazing Grace’. The horn section absolutely soars in ‘The Triumph of the Argonauts’, composer Robert Sheldon’s musical description of mythical hero, Jason, off in search of the Golden Fleece!

The musicians of LWS, along with Music Director, Donald F. Jemella and assistant conductors Steve Giove and Deborah Hamner invite you for an afternoon of great concert band selections. This is a free concert, but donations are gratefully accepted. For more information about LWS, please visit our website at www.lowcountrywindsymphony.com.

Port Royal United Methodist Church to host a Fifth Sunday Concert and Hymn Sing

Sunday, January 31 at 11 a.m. celebrate the dedication of the recently purchased Yamaha piano.  Margaret Bukkosy, Director of Music, will play concert transcriptions of familiar and traditional hymns. The PRUMC Choir will assist during the hymn sing that features God’s love as its theme.   Beth Brittman and DanaKee Clegg will sing “In the Garden.”  John O’Neill will accompany on guitar.  The public is cordially invited to the concert and the free luncheon which follows.    For further information, please call 843-524-2005.

Honor Flight Savannah seeks war veterans and volunteers

Honor Flight Savannah is offering WW II, Korean War, and Vietnam War era veterans living in southeast Georgia and southeastern South Carolina an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., to visit their war memorials.  To register for a trip or to volunteer to serve as a guardian on a trip, visit www.honorflightsavannah.org or call (912) 367-9020.Honor Flight Savannah is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing free trips to Washington, D.C., for area veterans.  Funding for trips is dependent on contributions from community citizens and businesses.