SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22 9:00am
2016 Haunting Walk on Hunting Island to benefit the Beaufort County Residents with Disabilities
and Special Needs.
Live music, food, and prizes.
Contact: ablefoundbc.org. Meet at the lighthouse
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29 4:00 – 7:OOpm
Hunting Island’s 4th Annual Trunk or Treat;
Decorate your trunk or bring your kids.
Contact the Nature Center for more information: 843-838-7437
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 11:00am,
Registration begins beginning at 9 AM, at the lagoon
All skill levels and all human-powered craft welcome
Fees: $45 for adults; $20 for youth, until October 31;
then $50 for adults.
To register, go to: huntingislandpaddlefest.org
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 10:30am
Annual Meeting. Refreshments and coffee
at Visitors Center.
(This may be the opportunity to get a piece of the lighthouse fence!)
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4
Christmas Parade,Downtown Beaufort
Watch for the call for volunteers
SUNDAY, JANURY 1, 2017
Annual Pelican Plunge. At the North Beach by the lighthouse - Watch for details.
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