Arts Center of Coastal Carolina’s December 2022 Production of “A Christmas Story: The Musical”

Celebrating the holidays on Hilton Head Island?

Starting on December 7th, the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina will open A Christmas StoryThe Musical, a holiday film classic turned hilarious musical. A great way to get into the Christmas spirit, grab your tickets and join Ralphie Parker on his exploits to fulfill his Christmas wish. Purchase tickets here.


December 7-31, 2022

Evening performances are at 7:30pm, and afternoon performances are either at 1:00pm or 2:00pm depending on the date. There are no performances scheduled on Sunday, the 25th and Monday, the 26th.


The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina

14 Shelter Cove Ln., Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

Who Should Go

This musical is a great treat for families, and is best for ages 5 and older.

More About the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina

This award-winning regional arts center, is an independent, non-profit theater that not only brings quality performances to the region, but organizes cultural festivals and opportunities for educational outreach to the community. Not only is there the 349-seat, Elizabeth Wallace Theater, but there is the Walter Greer Gallery that showcases artwork from over 150 local artists, and is a partnership between the Arts Center and the Art League of Hilton Head.

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Mark Your Calendar for These Holiday Events on Hilton Head Island

Winter Wonderland

Shelter Cove

Dec. 3 | 4:00-7:00pm

Organized by the Island Rec Center, all are invited to the Winter Wonderland Festival at the Shelter Cove Community Park. Enjoy fun carnival games, bounces houses, and don’t miss the children’s parade! Santa has RSVP’d to this event, so make sure to bring a camera!

A Christmas Story: The Musical

Arts Center of Coastal Carolina

Dec. 7-31 | Various Times

Starting on December 7th, the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina will open A Christmas Story: The Musical, a holiday film classic turned musical. Recommended for ages 5 and up, grab your tickets and join Ralphie Parker on his exploits to fulfill his Christmas wish. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.

Historic Holidays on Hilton Head Island

USCB (HHI Campus)

Dec. 10 | 12:00-4:00pm

Attend the holiday tea service or find unique gifts from local authors and artists. Children under 12 are free to attend for holiday stories and complimentary cookies and milk. Learn about the island’s history and support The Heritage Library at this festive event. Purchase tickets here.

Photo by Kelsey Weinkauf

Holiday Nights and Lights

Historic Mitchelville Freedom Park

Dec. 3-5 | 6:00-8:00pm

Celebrate the island’s newest holiday tradition at the Historic Mitchelville Freedom Park. In its third year, the park will once again be transformed, welcoming cars filled with cheery visitors looking for some holiday magic and Christmas lights.

Holiday Lights at Shelter Cove Towne Centre

40 Shelter Cove Lane, Hilton Head, SC 29928

Nov. 23-Dec. 31, 2022

Harbour Town Lights

149 Lighthouse Rd., Hilton Head, SC 29928

Nov. 25-Jan. 1, 2022

**Gate pass required

Santa & Mrs. Claus Visits Shelter Cove Towne Center

40 Shelter Cove Lane, Hilton Head, SC 29928

Santa and Mrs. Claus will be visiting Shelter Cove to spread some holiday cheer and take festive pictures with the kiddos. Remember to bring your camera!

Black Friday & Shop Small Saturday

Nov. 25th & 26th


Winter Wonderland Festival at Shelter Cove

Dec. 3rd


December’s Friday & Saturday Dates

Fri. 9, 16, & 23 at 5pm-7pm

Sat. 10, 17, & 24 at 12pm-2pm

Menorah Lighting

Shelter Cove Towne Center

28 Shelter Cove Lane,

Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

Dec. 19 | 5:30-6:30pm

Hosted by Chabad Greater Hilton Head

Music, light refreshments, and 9′ Menorah

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Celebrating Thanksgiving on Hilton Head Island

If you happen to be celebrating Thanksgiving on our beautiful, Hilton Head Island, here is a list of festive events, as well as restaurants that will be open on November 24th.


by Photo Jakob Owens

Thanksgiving Wagon Rides at Heritage Farm

Sea Pines Heritage Farm

Nov. 22-26


Join in on the Thanksgiving-themed wagon ride brought to you by Sea Pines. Starting at the Heritage Farm, this festive wagon ride will bring you through the beautiful Sea Pines Forest Preserve. Take in Hilton Head’s version of fall colors and the natural beauty of the island’s plant and wildlife. We strongly recommend that you reserve your seats ahead of time. Purchase tickets and view available dates and times here.

Turkey Trot

Skull Creek Dockside

Nov. 23


Organized by the Island Recreation Center, join the Hilton Head community for the 34th Annual Turkey Trot. Starting and ending at Skull Creek Dockside, runners and those walking the 1-mile Fun Walk will have a blast and are encouraged to bring nonperishable items to donate to the Deep Well food pantry. Packets must be picked up on Wednesday, Nov. 23. Click here for more information.

Gregg Russell Thanksgiving Concert

Harbour Town

Nov. 25


Known to be one of the best family-friendly shows in town, celebrate Thanksgiving as a community with Gregg Russell. This complimentary event will be held at the Liberty Oak Tree in Harbour Town, however gate passes are necessary when entering the Sea Pines property. Not only will it be a night full of great music and entertainment, but the Harbour Town Christmas Tree will be officially lit for the 2022 holiday season.

Photo by Element5 Digital

Hilton Head Diner

(843) 686-2400

Hours: 7:00am-10:00pm

6 Marina Side Dr,

Hilton Head, SC 29926

Fishcamp on Broad Creek

(843) 842-2267

Hours: 12:00-7:00pm

11 Simmons Rd,

Hilton Head Island, SC 29926

Nick’s Steak and Seafood

(843) 686-2920

Hours: 12:00-7:45pm

9 Park Ln.,

HIlton Head, SC 29928

Thanksgiving Dinner Special Available

Reservation Required

Kind of Blue

(843) 686-2868

Hours: 2:00-7:00pm

19 Dunnagans Alley,

Hilton Head, SC 29928

Thanksgiving Dinner Special Available

Reservation Required

Thanksgiving Day Feast at Grand Ocean Terrace at the Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa

(843) 681-1055

Hours: 1:00-5:00pm

2 Grasslawn Ave,

Hilton Head, SC 29928

Inside Shipyard

Reservation Required

Family Style Thanksgiving Day Champagne Brunch & Dinner at Sonesta Resort

(843) 842-2400

Hours: 12:00-8:00pm

130 Shipyard Dr,

Hilton Head, SC 29928

Inside Shipyard

Reservation Required


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Halloween Events on Hilton Head Island

The fall season is well underway in the Lowcountry, and as the end of October creeps up on us, we’re getting ready to celebrate this spooky time of year. Read on to learn more about the events scheduled just in time for Halloween.

Click here for a full schedule of 2022’s fall events.

October 19-22, 2022


Zion Cemetery & Baynard Mausoleum Outdoor Learning Center


Join the Heritage Library at one of the spookiest and most haunted locations on Hilton Head for an evening full of ghost stories and paranormal accounts. Recommended for those 10-years and older, learn all about the most famous historical figures haunting the island. Purchase tickets here.

October 22-29, 2022


Sea Pines Heritage Farm


You’re cordially invited to a festive wagon ride through the scenic Sea Pines Forest Preserve. Play a specially-themed game of I-Spy to get into the Halloween spirit. Reserve your seat ahead of time, and feel free to arrive in costume. Tickets can be purchased here.

October 21, 2022


Shelter Cove Community Park


Shelter Cove will host this free event on the Friday before Halloween. Kids are encouraged to dress up and enter the Costume Contest at 5:45. Enjoy free games and activities with the option of purchasing concessions and the chance to climb a rock wall or go for a train ride.

October 30, 2022


Harbour Town


Another reason to show off your wicked Halloween costume, all ages are invited for this Harbour Town celebration. Join in on fun activities and trick-or-treating, hosted by Sea Pines Resort. Although this is a free event, a gate fee is required to enter the Sea Pines property.

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Arts Center of Coastal Carolina’s October 2022 Production of “Little Shop of Horrors”

If you’re visiting Hilton Head Island this October, make sure to grab tickets to see the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina’s latest production, Little Shop of Horrors! Read on for more information about the show, and click here to purchase tickets.

When & Where

Performances are on Wednesday through Sunday evenings at 7:30pm, with an additional afternoon showtime available on Saturdays only. Your last chance to see Little Shop of Horrors will be on Sunday, October 30th.

The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina

14 Shelter Cove Ln., Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

Who Should Go

The show is recommended for comedy and musical lovers ages 13-years and older. Parental discretion is advised.

Show Synopsis

This hilarious musical has been an Off-Broadway favorite for over 30-years. Full of comedy and rock, this show centers around a floral shop assistant named, Seymour, who discovers an unusual plant that will change his life as he knows it. Only after naming it after his crush at the floral shop, Seymour finds that this strange plant has a thirst for human blood! A perfect show to see just in time for Halloween, the Little Shop of Horrors is a production you’ll never forget.

More About Arts Center of Coastal Carolina

This award-winning regional arts center, is an independent, non-profit theater that not only brings quality performances to the region, but organizes cultural festivals and opportunities for educational outreach to the community. Not only is there the 349-seat, Elizabeth Wallace Theater, but there is the Walter Greer Gallery that showcases artwork from over 150 local artists, and is a partnership between the Arts Center and the Art League of Hilton Head.

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Fall 2022 Events to Get Excited For

If there’s one thing that the Lowcountry likes to do as soon as the weather cools off a few degrees, it is to plan a festival or two–or ten. And we’re good at it too! Fall is a time to gather as a community and welcome new faces to celebrate the live music, great food, and beautiful weather within the Hilton Head and surrounding Beaufort County area.

Here are a few festivals and events to keep on your radar if you happen to be visiting the island this fall:


Music & Taste on the Harbour

Select Thursday Nights in September & October 6-9 pm | Shelter Cove Harbour & Marina

These pet-friendly outdoor concerts at the Neptune Statue are the perfect way to spend your Thursday evenings on the island this fall. Enjoy local bands with the chance to purchase light appetizers, wine, beer, and cocktails from featured Shelter Cove Harbour restaurants. Leave the outside food and beverages at home as they’re not permitted, but don’t forget to grab your lawn chairs as limited seating is available.

Weather permitting–please check here for event updates and concert lineup.

Farmers’ Markets

Farmers’ Market at Coastal Discover Museum

Tuesdays | 9 am-1 pm | 70 Honey Horn Dr., HHI

Farmers’ & Makers Market

Tuesdays (Ending Nov. 22nd) | 10 am-2 pm | The Shops at Sea Pines Center, 71 Lighthouse Rd. HHI

Farmers’ Market of Bluffton

Thursdays (Closed Thanksgiving) | 12-5 pm 68 Boundary St., Bluffton

Hilton Head Island Shrimp Festival

Harbour Town Lawn

Sea Pines Resort

Saturday, Sept. 24th

1:00-4:00 pm

Calling all shrimp lovers: the Hilton Head Island Shrimp Festival can’t be missed! Your ticket will unlock a profuse sampling of shrimp prepared by eighteen celebrated chefs from the Hilton Head area. Pair your savory shrimp dishes with craft beer tastings from 14 breweries. A family-friendly event, kids will love the designated “Fun Zone,” complete with a bounce house, face painting, and arts and crafts. Enjoy an array of specialty vendors, as well as a live performance by local band, Groove Town Assault.

Check here for ticket information.

Harbour Town Fall Fest

Harbour Town

Sea Pines Resort

Sunday, Sept. 25th


Celebrate the first official weekend of fall with the Harbour Town Fall Fest. Peruse the shops from 11 am-6 pm during the sidewalk sale to find great deals on gifts for friends and family back home–and a little something for you, too! Starting at noon, check out the classic car display hosted by the Carolina Dreamers Car Club. At 1:00 pm, get ready for some great live music from local band, Deas-Guyz and children’s activities galore!

Please note that there is a gate fee to enter Sea Pines.

Harbour Town | Photo by Shep McAllister

Lowcountry Fish and Grits Music Festival

Lowcountry Celebration Park

Saturday, Oct. 1st


The Lowcountry Fish and Grits Music Festival will offer “Great music, great food, and great times!” By showcasing a lineup of fantastic musical talent and local cuisine, this festival brings awareness to the Gullah Geechee culture. Live entertainment includes a mix of folk, funk, jazz, spoken word, and R&B, as well as a special appearance by a Gullah storyteller and preservationist. Enjoy delicious food and market brought to you by Lowcountry Gullah Geechee vendors.

Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

Rock N’ Ribs Music & BBQ Fest

Coligny Plaza

Oct. 14th-15th

Times Vary Per Ticket

Live music and barbecue, what could be better than that? Enjoy some classic rock and roll while tasting world-class barbecue from pit masters across the country. This is the inaugural year of this festival, and the island is buzzing with excitement. General admission and one-day VIP tickets are currently still on sale as of the publishing of this blog post. If you aren’t able to grab tickets for your group, you can always attend the Rock N’ Ribs Afterparty which is free and open to the public.

Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

Italian Heritage Festival

Coastal Discovery Museum

70 Honey Horn Dr., HHI

Saturday, Oct. 22


Hilton Head Island will celebrate the 12th Annual Italian Heritage Festival this fall, rain or shine. The festival returns with classic events like the grape stomping and pizza-eating contests, along with a few new events on the schedule as well. It wouldn’t be an Italian Heritage Festival without an array of booths offering traditional Italian foods. Cheeses, breads, pasta, calzones, meatballs, Italian ice, gelato, biscotti, and so much more will be available and sponsored by local restaurants. In addition to the delicious food and live entertainment, a silent auction will offer gift certificates for golfing, dining, boat cruises, and more!

Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

Off-island festivals that are worth the trip:

Annual Beaufort Shrimp Festival

Oct. 7 & 8

Downtown Beaufort

More Information

Historic Bluffton Arts & Seafood Festival

Oct. 15-23

Various Locations in Bluffton

More Information

Gullah/Geechee Seafood Festival

Oct. 22 | 12:00-6:00pm

Hunting Island Nature Center

More Information

Photo Credit: Beaufort Shrimp Festival |

Concours d’Elegance

Various Locations

Nov. 4-6

Various Times

The 20th Hilton Head Island Concours d’Elegance & Motoring Festival continues to celebrate the art and passion behind the automobile. Year after year, those who flock to Hilton Head Island for the Concours d’Elegance festivities are never disappointed. The 2022 schedule of events is as elegant and entertaining as ever, so you won’t want to miss out! Find more information about each event and purchase tickets here.

Hilton Head Oyster Festival

Shelter Cove Community Park & Lowcountry Celebration Park

Nov. 11 & 12

Various Times

If we’re going by the r-rule–months that include the letter “r”–then November is well into the oyster season. This festival is an island favorite that benefits the Carmines Family Recreation Scholarship Fund at the Hilton Head Island Recreation Center. The Friday night before the official festival, join in on all-you-can-eat steamed local oysters and other delicious Lowcountry offerings while listening to live music. Saturday’s festivities include live music, kids’ activities, and an entire lineup of bands. Treat yourself to more delicious food and beverages while browsing local artisan pop-up shops. And of course, don’t forget about the Oyster Shucking Contest scheduled for 1:10 pm.

Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

Hilton Head Island Lantern Parade

South Forest Beach

Saturday, Nov. 12

Line-Up: 5pm

Step-Off: 5:45pm

A Hilton Head Island tradition that the whole family can enjoy, the Lantern Parade will return once again this fall. A beautiful and fun experience to either partake in or watch, the parade will start at the Alder Lane Beach Access and make its way up the beach where an afterparty at the Tiki Hut awaits. It is a free event, and the only requirement to participate is that you have a lantern. This event was created by and features artist, Chantelle Rytter, and truly brings the island community together! Please leave pets and bicycles at home.

For more information, click here.

Photo Credit: Hilton Head Island Lantern Parade |

Jazz in the Park–A Free Concert Series

Don’t miss out on the two remaining chances to enjoy Jazz in the Park, a free outdoor concert series.  A great way to enjoy a beautiful, summer evening filled with live music, don’t forget to bring your own chairs or blanket!

Each concert begins at 7:30 pm, giving you the option of having a nice dinner beforehand or picking up a meal to-go from any of the restaurants within walking distance of Lowcountry Celebration Park.

Want to learn more about this concert series or future concerts? Visit the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra’s website here.

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Fourth of July Events on Hilton Head Island

There is always something to do on Hilton Head Island, especially during the summer months. Add a holiday into the mix, and visitors are in for a real treat! If you’re celebrating Fourth of July with us, here is a rundown of some events and activities that’ll be held on July 4th.



Coligny Beach

1 Coligny Circle, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

Start your holiday with a morning run (or walk) on the beach! All ages and skill levels are invited to the USA 5K, produced by the Hilton Head Running Company and benefiting the Hilton Head Island Sea Turtle Patrol. All participants receive a festive t-shirt and finishers medal. This run will be held entirely on the beach at low tide, so expect hard, flat sand and plenty of room to run or walk.

Register here!


36th Annual Firecracker 5K


Jarvis Creek Park

100 Jarvis Park Rd, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

Celebrate Independence Day at the annual Hilton Head Firecracker 5K! This family-friendly race and walk is Beaufort County’s oldest and largest race. Beginning at 9:00am, there will be three runs for kids that will be separated by age and distance. After the run, join in on the celebration at the post-race party and barbecue. Participants are welcome to enjoy hot dogs, hamburgers, and two complimentary beers for those that are 21+. Have a blast with games for kids, the Patriotic costume contest, and a DJ on site. Can’t be there the day of? There’s a virtual run available!

Register here!

HarbourFest at Shelter Cove Harbour

Shelter Cove Harbour

1 Harbourside Ln, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

Listen to a live, patriotic performance by local favorite, Shannon Tanner, either at the 6:30pm or 8:00pm show. This family-friendly event features entertainment and activities for kids by Cappy the Clown from 6:00pm-9:00pm. Enjoy a pleasant evening in the Harbour with waterfront dining and shopping. The night will end in a dazzling firework display at 9:00pm.

Click here for the map of the complimentary shuttle provided for the event.


The Nice Guys at Coligny Plaza


Coligny Plaza Center Stage

1 N Forest Beach Dr, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

Visit Coligny Plaza for a live performance by The Nice Guys, a local band known to cover today’s latest hits. Every Monday you can find them on Center Stage, and the Fourth of July is no different!

Check to see what other local bands are playing at Coligny Plaza throughout the week.

Approximately 1:30pm-2:00pm

Hilton Head Island Coastline

A South Carolina tradition that you don’t want to miss this Fourth of July, Salute From the Shore is a way that those enjoying their day on the beach can take a moment to honor our country’s armed forces. This military flyover stretches the length of South Carolina’s gorgeous coast starting at 1:00pm–so keep an eye out on the sky! Dress in your red, white, and blue, and head to the beaches to see a combination of fighter jets and personally-owned vintage military planes pass by.

Harbour Town Fireworks

Approximately 9:00pm

Harbour Town in Sea Pines

Make your way into the Sea Pines property to enjoy the Fourth of July Fireworks over the famous, Harbour Town Lighthouse. Set next to the gorgeous Calibogue Sound, enjoy the night’s festivities including food and live music before the firework show commences. Arrive a few hours early to grab a bite to eat, to do a bit of shopping, or visit the Lighthouse Museum before sundown.

Please keep in mind that there is a gate fee to enter the Sea Pines property.


HarbourFest Fourth of July Fireworks


Shelter Cove Marina

1 Harbourside Ln, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

The grand finale of that night’s HarbourFest, enjoy spectacular fireworks over the Shelter Cove Marina.

Click here for the map of the complimentary shuttle provided for the event.

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Hilton Head Island’s Sea Turtle Season

There is only one thing that can rival the excitement of summer vacation on Hilton Head Island, and that’s sea turtle season!  The long stretch between May and October welcomes the island’s most seasoned visitors—Loggerhead sea turtles.  The local community and non-profit groups such as Sea Turtle Patrol HHI and Turtle Trackers of HHI, work tirelessly to protect these endangered creatures.

Never touch adult or baby sea turtles. Report any stranded, injured, or deceased sea turtles on one of Hilton Head Island’s beaches.

Once the sun goes down and beachgoers have left for the day, the stage is set for nesting sea turtles to make their way up the beach to lay their clutch of eggs.  After finding a nesting site that’s dark and quiet, the female may lay an average of 110 eggs per clutch, and 4 clutches per season.  Loggerheads are also known to nest at least once on what is considered their natal beach, or the beach where they themselves hatched.

If sea turtles are disturbed while nesting, they will return to the water and try again later that night or within a few days.  The egg’s survival is dependent on whether or not the sea turtle finds a fitting site to nest, so it is crucial that our beaches maintain the necessary conditions.

Lights Out

You might’ve already heard the term, “Lights Out for Sea Turtles!” Although it doesn’t necessarily affect the interior of the island, it’s important for everyone to know.  Beaufort County has a lighting ordinance set from May to October that prohibits visible light on beaches, including houses, resorts, as well as flashlights.

Why is this important? Not only do nesting sea turtles keep away from brightly-lit areas on the beach, there’s a possibility that once hatched, the babies might get distracted by other light sources that are in the opposite direction of where they need to go.  Sea turtles are phototactic creatures, meaning that they are drawn to light.  In this case, baby sea turtles are hard-wired to know that if they follow the moonlight reflecting on the ocean’s waves, they’ll make it to the water’s edge.

Clean Up

When you’re ready to leave the beach for the day, make sure to pack up all of your gear and take it with you.  Personal property left unattended overnight will be disposed of.  Beach furniture and larger objects can pose as obstacles for nesting sea turtles, sometimes even entangling them!

Hilton Head does a great job at providing trash cans in convenient locations along the island’s beaches, so even if you happen to spot a stray piece of trash that wasn’t yours, please pick it up on your way out.

Keeping our beaches clean helps the entirety of island wildlife, not just sea turtles.

Fill in Holes

Although it’s a sad thought to build a sandcastle and moat only to have to knock it down again, we need to keep the beaches as level as possible.  It’s important to limit the number of obstacles both adult and baby sea turtles could potentially come into contact with. Volunteers who walk the beach do a great job at filling holes and flattening sandcastles each evening. Their time would be better spent educating beachgoers about sea turtles if everyone did their part in preparing the beach for the night.

Keep Off the Tracks

If you’re out for an early morning stroll and happen upon some wavy-looking tracks in the sand, make sure to stay off of them!  It’s important to leave the sea turtle’s tracks intact so that Turtle Patrol knows where to find the nest. Once the nest has been found and marked, Turtle Patrol will make x’s through the tracks.

Sea Turtle Patrol HHI

This volunteer-based 501C3 non-profit organization is responsible for searching beaches on Hilton Head Island for turtle tracks and nests. After a nest has been found, it is marked and entered into the SCDNR database for further monitoring throughout the 45-day incubation period. After the hatchlings emerge, the team then inventories the nest 3 days later.

Click here for more information.

Check on the latest sea turtle nest count on Hilton Head Island here!

Turtle Trackers of Hilton Head

Also a 501C3 volunteer-run organization, the Turtle Trackers of Hilton Head’s main mission is to assist in the preservation efforts of endangered sea turtles that nest on Hilton Head, as well as educating the public about the best ways to protect hatchlings headed to the ocean. You can help the Turtle Trackers by cleaning up after your day at the beach as well as flattening any sand structures you made or fill any holes you’ve dug.

Click here for more information.

Turtle Trackers’ Turtle Talks

8:00pm-9:00pm, FREE to attend

Every Monday from June 6th through August, except on July 4th

Lowcountry Celebration Park Pavillion; 94 Pope Ave., Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

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Pedal Hilton Head–May 1st, 2022

Celebrate National Bike Month and Hilton Head Island’s award-winning cycling community by joining in on the 14th Annual Pedal Hilton Head.  Rain or shine, locals and visitors alike will participate in one of six different rides that accommodate every level of rider.  From a fun, family-centered two-mile beach ride to a grand tour of the island in the sixty-two-mile ride, there is a carefully planned route for everyone to enjoy.  

Event proceeds will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Hilton Head Island.  Not only is it Pedal’s mission to be a marquee cycling event in the island’s Gold Level Bicycle Friendly Community, but the event organizers’ main focus is to fund as many programs and scholarships as possible for the kids who benefit from the Boys and Girls Club.  Pedal, and Pedal-for-a-Kid program specifically, continues to be a successful fundraising event year after year, and directly supports programs that focus on academic success, healthy lifestyles, and the importance of being good, productive and caring citizens.

For more information, or if you’d like to register for Pedal Hilton Head, click here.

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