The Punctuation Marks
Events and occasions in The Shops at Sea Pines Center are regular and abundant. We invite Hilton Head Island guests to “Check In Happy” on Saturday afternoons, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. In addition to Hazel Dean’s hosting music by La Bodega, across the way at C’est Bon, our friend Brent is delighting families with a free gelato with purchase. And next door at the Peddling Pelican, visitors are arranging their bikes for the week, sometimes even starting right away with a breezy passage along our winding leisure trails.
Then Tuesday mornings, beginning at 10 a.m., residents and visitors peruse the freshest local produce and most creative local crafts at our Farmers and Makers Market.
Not to be overlooked, every Thursday afternoon from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., Hazel Dean’s is hosting a Thirsty Thursday Wine Tasting, which features four fabulous wines and charcuterie. The cost is $20 per person.
Some say our monthly First Thursdays Art Market gives a feeling they wouldn’t miss, as the sun gets low over our plaza, where people stroll and chat with the artists as their works, the music of local artists, and the sampling of fine wines blend an atmosphere of relaxed imagination.
And now on Sundays, thanks to Lowcountry Produce, folks can enjoy the best of a big-city brunch without the drawbacks as they savor local creations in the pace and pleasure that no city could match to the accompaniment of an accomplished local musical talent.
Still, we remind ourselves that events and occasions are the high points, the punctuation marks of an ongoing fact. We heard it first from Sea Pines residents, and found it rang true for guests, as well. The Shops at Sea Pines Center are a place where interesting people go, and interesting things happen. True any day of the year. Come join us.