Bluffton Night Bazaar — a Lowcountry Made Market
5 to 8 p.m., first Thursday of each month, Burnt Church Distillery, 120 Bluffton Road. A highly curated selection of accessories, clothing, home goods, custom gifts and more by local artists and makers.
Rooted Beaufort Yoga classes
5:30 to 6:45 p.m., Thursdays, Cypress Wetlands, Port Royal; 9 to 10:15 a.m., Whitehall Park or Pigeon Point Park. Rooted Beaufort is a collective of local Yoga teachers who host outdoor yoga classes and donation-based events with proceeds being donated locally on a rotating basis.
The Historic Port Royal Museum
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. or upon request, Thursdays through Sundays, The Historic Port Royal Museum, 1634 Paris Ave. The museum features the turn-of-the-century businesses and industries of Port Royal: Shrimping, crabbing, oystering, the railroad, the school and the mercantile. Great gifts featuring local artists are available. For more information. visit www.portroyalhistory. org, email historicportroyalfoundation@gmail. com or call 843-524-4333.
Wet Willie’s Trivia Night
7 to 10 p.m., every Thursday, Wet Willie’s, Beaufort Town Center. Win awesome prizes while you sip the worlds greatest daiquiris and munch on delicious bites.
Wet Willie’s Bingo Night
7 to 10 p.m., every Friday, Wet Willie’s, Beaufort Town Center. Win free giveaways, merchandise, and more cool prizes.
Tour Historic Fort Fremont
10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Fort Fremont History Center, Fort Fremont Preserve, 1124 Land’s End Road, St. Helena Island. Docent-led tours are at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. every Saturday. Travel back in time to the 1800s and the Spanish American War. Visitors to Fort Fremont can learn about the fort’s history by reading interpretive panels, taking a self-guided tour with a smart phone, visiting the history center exhibit hall, or attending a docent-led tour of the property. The Preserve is open to the public Monday through Sunday from dawn to dusk. For more information, visit www.fortfremont.org or contact Passive Parks manager Stephanie Nagid at email@example.com.
A War on Two Fronts: African Americans Fight for Victory at Home and Abroad
Through Saturday, Aug. 13, Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage, 10782 S. Jacob Smart Blvd., Ridgeland. A traveling exhibit adapted from an original exhibition and book developed by the Athenaeum Press at the Horry County Museum. The exhibition and book explore how African Americans in the 92nd and 93rd Army infantry divisions fought for racial equality during wartime, and then went on to be active participants in the Civil Rights Movement. It traces the little-known stories of soldiers on the front lines, and how segregation affected their training, service and recognition. The exhibition draws from the work of Maggi Morehouse, Burroughs Distinguished Professor of Southern History and Culture at Coastal Carolina University and a daughter of a commanding officer in the 92nd infantry division. To learn more about “A War on Two Fronts” and other Athenaeum Press projects, visit www.ccu.press or www.warontwofronts.com. Morris Center is open to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, visit www.morrisheritagecenter.org or call 843-284- 9227.
Port Royal Farmers Market
9 a.m. to noon, Saturdays, year round, Naval Heritage Park, 1615 Ribaut Road, Port Royal. Rain or shine. You will find fresh, local, seasonal produce, shrimp, oysters, poultry, beef, pork, eggs, bread and cheese, as well as plants, ferns, camellias, azaleas, citrus trees and beautiful, fresh cut flower bouquets. There are prepared food vendors serving barbecue, dumplings, she crab soup, crab cakes, paella, coffee, baked goods, bagels and breakfast sandwiches. No pets allowed. For more information, visit http:// www.portroyalfarmersmarket.com/, visit @ portroyalfarmersmarket on Facebook or call 843- 295-0058.
Lowcountry Made Markets
9 a.m. to 1 p.m., first and third Saturday of each month through December, Buckwalter Place Park, next to Kroger off Buckwalter Place Blvd., Bluffton. Each market includes local vendors, live music, food and drink. The events are free. Participating vendors include: Gullah Express LLC (food truck), Declan’s Delights, Pick N Paint Pottery, Preservation Tree Art, 7th & Palm, Kara Artman Art, Southern Botanica, Hedone (bath & body), Blue Door Boutique, The Herb Room Organic Apothecary, Juke Joint Sweets, BPC Custom Furniture, Back to Eden Self Care Products, LLC, Shutterbug Custom Designs LLC, Pet Wants Hilton Head, Grind Coffee Roasters, LLC, Fabula Collective, The Artsy Girl, KODA Glass Designs, Lowcountry Livin’, Legacy Art Gallery, Cottonwood Soap Company, Marsh View Candles and Crafted With A Purpose.
Maye River Quilters
10 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 6, Church of the Palms, 1425 Okatie Highway. The wearing of masks is encouraged. For more meeting dates and times, and for membership forms to join the group, call 843-530-1244. To attend the meeting as a guest, send an RSVP email to mayeriverquilters@ gmail.com.
Beaufort Sportfishing and Diving Club’s August meeting
7 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 11, Beaufort Yacht and Sailing Club, Lady’s Island, Meridian Road. Social begins at 6:30 p.m. Captain Adam Sauerborn of TIDE RYDER Charters will be the guest speaker for August. His presentation will be on King Mackerel. He will discuss live bailing and use of planers fishing for King Mackerels. This will include baits of choice, setups, rods and reel, and the importance of the correct use of gaffing legal Kings. He will also give an update of the Smart Reef Project at the Beaufort 45′ Reef. Beaufort Boat & Dock Supply, Butler Marine, and Adams Marine Seminars again are our drawing sponsors. Remember to weigh in your favorite catch at the Port Royal Landing Marina – Safe Harbor – during regular hours. Congratulations to Bill Hennigh as the monthly winner. Winners must be present at the next month’s meeting to receive the cash award. Guests are welcome. Reservations are not needed. For additional information, please contact Captain Frank Gibson at 843-522-2122 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cars and Coffee
8 to 11 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 13, Urban Brew + Co., Beaufort Town Center. This event is free and open to the public. The goal is to help local teachers by donating school supplies. Check out their Amazon Wishlist at https://amzn. to/3oN1H5N.
Rock Around The Clock 1950s Dance Party
7:30 to 10 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 13, Revolution Ballroom. Social dancing. Cost is $20, online or at the door. Attire is 1950s style. Enjoy a special retro playlist and enjoy dancing Ballroom, Latin, Swing, Salsa, Bachata, and Argentine Tango. Admission includes three hours of dancing fun with light refreshments. This event is open the public, and you don’t need to bring a partner to enjoy a fabulous night out dancing. For more information, call 843-338-2870 or visit (or sign up at) www.revolutionballroom.com.
Purple Heart meeting
Noon, Monday, Aug. 15, AMVETS Post 70, Port Royal. The Jimmie Leach Chapter of the Purple Heart will hold a meeting at noon.
Jazz In The Park
7:30 p.m., Tuesdays, Lowcountry Celebration Park at Coligny, 94 Pope Avenue, Hilton Head Island. Tuesday, Aug. 16 – Martin Lesch Band; Tuesday, Aug. 30 – Fabulous Equinox Orchestra. Free. Bring chairs.
Adaptive Golf Experience Clinic
9 to 11 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 20, The Legends at Parris Island. Register at https://bit.ly/3vD1iGN by August 7 to get on base. Free and open to civilians, veterans and active military. Led by golf professionals and physical therapists. Clinics target veterans and civilians with physical disabilities or challenges. As a participant, you’ll receive complimentary instruction on both the full golf swing and putting, taught by experienced professional golf instructors, fellow adaptive athletes who are already golfers and volunteers. No prior experience with golf is necessary – just a desire to learn or to help others. Our goal is to help those with disabilities learn new abilities through adaptive golf.
Friends of Port Royal Cypress Wetlands guided tours
6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 26, Sunset Tour. The Friends of Port Royal Cypress Wetlands (501c3) offers free guided tours with Master Naturalist Jill Moore, from Moore2Life, as guide. Watch our baby egrets in their nests and learn about the other wildlife, birds, and plants that inhabit this special place. Tours are approximately 90 minutes and limited to 12 participants. To sign up for a tour please email Kat Bray at info@ foprcw.org. For more information, visit www. foprcw.org.
Bourbon Barrel Unveiling
Noon to 3 p.m., Monday, Sept. 5, Rotten Little Bastard Distillery, Beaufort Town Center. Event is limited to 50 people. Tickets are $30 prior to Sept. 1, $35 Sept. 1 and after. Be among the first to taste the first batch of Coosa Cut Bourbon, produced entirely in Beaufort and receive a commemorative coin. There will be refreshments and live music. Each participant will also have the option to bottle their own barrel strength Coosa Cut Bourbon from this initial batch at an additional charge. Tickets are available at the distillery or online at https:// www.rottenlittlebastarddistillery.com/.
Move Your Mind 5K/10K Walk and Run
7:30 to 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 10, May River High School, Bluffton. Event benefits Memory Matters. The morning will be full of fun, food and prizes. Strollers and four-legged friends are welcome. Cost varies from $20 to $35 based on participation in the 5K or 10K. Student and Military discounts are available. For more information, call 843-842-6688 or email info@ memorymatters.org.
Lowcountry Legal Volunteers Lowcountry Boil
5 to 8 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 24, The Community Beer Garden at The Sands, Port Royal. Tickets $50. Food provided by Sea Eagle Market. Live music provided by the Cluster Shucks. Proceeds help support LCLV. To find out more or for Sponsorship Opportunities, call Beverly at 843- 815-1570 or email email@example.com. To buy tickets online, visit https://bit.ly/3BD5r1q.
St. Peter’s Catholic Church’s 62nd annual Fall Bazaar
10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 1, St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Lady’s Island. The bazaar committee seeks Lowcountry artists and crafts people to sell their creations at the bazaar. Booths may be set up inside or outside. Fee is $100. The bazaar will also feature International Foods, a Silent Auction, Sweet Shoppe, a Craft Beer Garden, a Kids Zone with games and inflatables, a Plant Sale, and Church Tours (see the new stained-glass windows). Proceeds benefit the Lowcountry Outreach Center. For an application contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
THIS WEEK’S MOVIES AT HWY 21 DRIVE-IN
The movies scheduled for this week (Thursday, Aug. 4 through Sunday, Aug. 7 – Closed Monday) at the Highway 21 Drive-In are Bullet Train (R, 8:30 p.m.) and Where The Crawdads Sing (PG-13, 10:35 p.m.) on Screen 1; Super Pets (PG, 8:30 p.m.) and Elvis (PG-13, 10:20 p.m.) on Screen 2; and Nope (R, 10:30 p.m.) and Black Phone (R, 10:30 p.m.) on Screen 3.
Online ticketing is available at hwy21drivein.com on the Now Playing page. Patrons are asked to arrive early on Friday and Saturday nights. Gates open at 6:30 p.m.
“Our family at the Hwy. 21 drive in feel a responsibility to our community,” a statement from Highway 21 Drive-In management reads. “We are concerned about many things in these trying times and in making the right decisions. We are concerned with our employees, our patrons, our business, our community’s businesses, and the health and well-being of all.”
A reminder: no outside food or beverages can be brought into the drive-in.
Upcoming movies include Fall (Aug. 12) and Beast (Aug. 19).
– Staff reports