April 2019

This and That: April 2019 Edition

Author: Special to CH2

Cooking Show Host Vera Stewart to Speak at WAHHI Luncheon
The Women’s Association of Hilton Head Island (WAHHI) is pleased to announce the spring luncheon to be held at the Sonesta Resort in Shipyard Plantation on Friday, April 26. The keynote speaker for this event will be host of the VeryVera Show, Vera Stewart. In addition to meeting Stewart, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a silent auction with fabulous items from local merchants—all related to entertaining in style!

Auction opens at 10 a.m. and lunch begins at noon. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the WAHHI Charitable Fund. In addition to the auction, WAHHI Charitable Fund grant recipients and Youth Community Service Award winners will be recognized.

The luncheon is open to WAHHI members and the general public. To register for the luncheon, please visit www.wahhi.org or contact Anne Lambdin at reservations@wahhi.org. Tickets are $30 ($32 online) for members and $38 ($40 online) for guests.
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Annamaria Gould is the proud new proprietor of Pure Barre Bluffton. Gould took ownership in early January after being a long-time client, employee and instructor.

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StoneWorks is pleased to announce the hiring of Max A. “Andy” Johnson as the company’s new CEO. Beginning his career at Mar-Mac Inc, he served in various roles from staff accountant to president and went on to found BottomLine Development Group. He brings over two decades of leadership experience and business management to the team.

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Wiseman Law Firm, LLC is pleased to welcome Brooke Messenger to the practice. Originally from Boca Raton, Fla., Messenger is a paralegal with over 12 years of experience in real estate.

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Village Park Homes is pleased to welcome Al Gerber to their sales team. Gerber will be working in Alston Park at New Riverside, selling single-family homes priced in the mid $200,000s.

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The Art Market at Historic Honey Horn
The Art Market at Historic Honey Horn, a juried fine-art and-craft festival is scheduled for Saturday, April 27 and Sunday, April 28. Ninety accomplished artists from the region and from across the country will be on site for the seventeenth annual event. Stroll through artists’ booths under historic live oaks to find that perfect piece of original art to take home. Fine art and craft in all shapes, sizes, styles, price ranges, and media will be available for purchase during this weekend.

In addition to selling their original works, artists will also be competing for $5,000 in prizes. This year’s Art Market will have works in the following media on site: Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor, Mixed Media 2-D & 3-D, Sculpture, Photography, Pastel, Ceramics, Wood, Fiber Arts, Glass, Metal, and Jewelry. Also featured at this year’s event is the annual Herb Society of Hilton Head sale. Herb plants, French Market Soup Mix, Curry, Jellies, Dill Horseradish mix and many new products will be featured. The sale will be on Saturday only from 10 a.m. until sold out!

Rain or shine, the outdoor show is open to the public on Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and on Sunday from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. There is a $3 per person admission charge. Demonstrations will be held throughout the weekend. Food and beverages will be available from Mellie Mel’s, a favorite local caterer. For more information, visit www.coastaldiscovery.org or contact Robin Swift at (843) 689-6767 ext. 224.
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Child Abuse Prevention
Held annually in April, Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Month is the nationally designated month to acknowledge the importance of communities working together to prevent child abuse and neglect. April brings the opportunity to focus on strategies to protect children, strengthen families, and raise awareness to stop child abuse and neglect.

As a partner of Children’s Trust of South Carolina, home to Prevent Child Abuse South Carolina, Hopeful Horizons is working with groups and businesses across the Lowcountry to plant pinwheel gardens. Pinwheels are the nationwide symbol representing the carefree spirit of great childhoods—when children grow up happy, healthy, nurtured and safe. Be on the lookout for pinwheel gardens in your community!

For more information, visit www.scchildren.org. Learn more about Hopeful Horizons and the work they do year round at www.hopefulhorizons.org.

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The Many Benefits of Sharks
The Coastal Discovery Museum will host Dr. Kim Ritchie on April 24 at 3 p.m. for this exciting new presentation. People tend to think of sharks as dangerous, indiscriminate predators. Ritchie aims to make you think differently about sharks and their benefits to humans, our ecosystems and our planet. She will also discuss some of our local sharks and their antibiotic-producing microbial partners.

Cost is $7 per person, and reservations are required. Call (843) 689-6767 ext. 223 or make your reservation online at www.coastaldiscovery.org. The Museum is located at 70 Honey Horn Drive on Hilton Head Island.

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Art and Environment After Hours
The Coastal Discovery Museum has announced a new series of hands-on, after-hours classes for spring, Thursdays from 5-7 p.m. You will learn about local art, culture, and environment and take home something you helped create. Classes are appropriate for ages 10 and older (unless otherwise noted on the schedule).

Programs will be held in the Discovery Lab at the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn, located at 70 Honey Horn Drive on Hilton Head Island. $15 per person—additional materials fee may apply, depending on the program. For more information, visit www.coastaldiscoverymuseum.org. Reservations are required. Call (843) 689-6767 ext. 223.

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2019 Annual Old Town Bluffton Paint Out
Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., artists are invited to break out their paintbrushes and sun hats for this fun plein-air painting event taking place in Bluffton. The entry fee is $20 in advance and $25 walk up.

Registration forms are available at any of the Old Town art galleries. Register in person at Four Corners Framing with cash or check, or online with credit card at www.sobagallery.com. Artists will check in at the event tent on the corner of Calhoun and Lawrence Streets between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. and then venture off to paint at one of the picturesque settings in beautiful Old Town Bluffton. Artists and visitors are invited to gather at the event tent at 4 p.m. for judging, viewing and awards—cash prizes for first-, second-, and third-place winners. For more information, please visit the Bluffton Arts District on Facebook or www.sobagallery.com, or call (843) 757-8185.

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New Animal Campus
This spring, seven years of planning became a reality for the new Beaufort County Animal Campus. On March 30, local stakeholders joined together for the official ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new Animal Campus in Okatie. The 10-acre complex is the largest public/private undertaking in the history of Beaufort County.

The 20,000-square-foot facility includes Beaufort County Animal Services and Hilton Head Humane Association’s spay/neuter clinic and their second adoption center. This combines all these services under one roo, instead of three separate locations throughout the county. The Animal Campus is centrally located in Beaufort County—just five minutes from the intersection of Highway’s 278 and 170.

The HHHA is a no-kill shelter and is committed to eliminating euthanasia of healthy and treatable animals. All shelter animals are spayed or neutered before adoption, and no-cost spay/neuters are performed at the shelter for eligible residents. To lower the number of animals relinquished, counseling and aid are available to help people keep their animals.

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