December 2010

A Grand Christmas Tradition In The Lowcountry

Author: Special To C2 Magazine

New York City is sparkling with the Rockefeller Christmas Tree; the White House is adorned in holiday splendor for America to see; New Orleans heats it up with Christmas style throughout the city; and here in the Lowcountry, we look forward to one of our traditional favorites: The Hilton Head Choral Society Christmas Tour of Homes. It’s the 26th year, and this one will be a self-guided Sunday afternoon of holiday fun and visual creativity everywhere you look! Experience the decorative style and ideas of what a Lowcountry Christmas is like in six grand residences in beautiful Colleton River Plantation:

Sophisticated and About the Art at the Dobson Home
Casual Elegance Understated at the Chamberlain Home
Extraordinary Attention to Details at the Clark Home
Creativity in Design and Art at the Buggie Home
Imagination a Requirement at the Freed Home
Classic European Details at the Pasas Home

Make it a special day with family or friends, or a romantic Christmas date for you and your significant other. Mark your calendar, Facebook your friends and plan to come!

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IF YOU GO

What: A self-guided Christmas tour of homes. Docents will be at each residence to answer questions.

When: Sunday, December 5, noon-5 p.m.

Where: Colleton River Plantation, Bluffton. The Nicklaus Clubhouse will be open for touring with The Hilton Head Choral Society Youth Choir performing songs of the season at 2:30 p.m.

How: Tickets are $25 per person if purchased in advance, $30 day of tour. Advanced ticket sales available at Burke’s Pharmacy, Christie’s Hallmark at Indigo Run and in Belfair Shopping Center, Markel’s at Kitties Crossing, Pretty Papers in the Village at Wexford, and Pyramids at Main Street.

Information and Tickets: (843) 341-3818 or hiltonheadchoralsociety.org.

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