On Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016 head over to the Barnes and Noble on Hilton Head Island for John Schmutz’s Book Signing from 1-3 p.m. John Schmutz is a history/military history author whose newest book, “The Bloody Fifth” details the account of the 5th Texas Infantry, which was one of only three Texas regiments to fight with Robert E. Lee’s Army of […]

Sat., Nov. 12, 9am – 3pm, Heritage Library presents Lowcountry Reads for the Holidays, a Book Fair and Fundraiser at Christ Lutheran Church on Hilton Head Island. Event features over 40 local, regional and national authors, including NYT bestselling author, Mary Kay Andrews. Writer workshops start at 9am, Book Fair and author event begins at 11am. Admission is […]

Head over to the Barnes & Noble on Hilton Head on Sunday, Dec. 4 from 1-3 p.m. to meet Artist West Fraser, and get a signed copy of his new book “Painting the Southern Coast,” which features over 200 works, ranging from his sketches, studies and finished paintings which West Fraser he has generated over his nearly 40-year […]

Feb. 2 – Feb. 28   A month-long celebration showcasing the rich, cultural heritage of the Gullah people and their history on Hilton Head Island with art exhibitions, gospel concerts, festivals, tours, lectures and more. For complete schedule, call (843) 255-7304 or visit www.gullahcelebration.com.

“Hilton Head Island in the Civil War” History Program at the Heritage Library. This class is based Robert Carse’s 1961 book, “Hilton Head Island in the Civil War: Department of the South.” Fee is $10 per person; reservations are required. (843) 686-6560 or heritagelib.org.

The University of South Carolina Beaufort Center for the Arts presents its Lunch with Author Series with Darren Wang. He will discuss his first novel, “The Hidden Light of Northern Fires,” which tells a story of redemption amidst a war that tore families and the country apart.  Daren Wang was born in Buffalo, New York. In […]

Join us Oct. 20 from 5-7 p.m. at the Coastal Discovery Museum for a book launch, signing and reception! The Camera Club of Hilton Head Island teamed up with Lydia Inglet, Starbooks and author Ryan Copeland to produce a beautiful book highlighting the unique character of Hilton Head Island and the Lowcountry. Food and beverages […]

The University of South Carolina Beaufort Center for the Arts presents its Lunch with Author Series with Julia Franks. Franks lives in Atlanta, where she teaches literature and runs loosecanon.com, a web service that fosters free-choice reading in the classroom. Her debut novel, Over the Plain Houses, has been listed as an NPR Book of the Year, […]

The University of South Carolina Beaufort Center for the Arts presents its Lunch with Author Series with Melanie Benjamin will discuss her next novel, “The Girls in the Picture,” about early Hollywood and the creative friendship between Mary Pickford and Frances Marion. Writing was always beckoning, however, and soon Benjamin began writing for local magazines and newspapers […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

August 1-31: Rediscover the trees of the Lowcountry with the exhibit Still Standing, the Beauty of Southern Trees by Gary Mullane at Art League Gallery. Gary’s relationship with trees began over forty years ago. Working as a tree consultant, Gary obtained a degree in Arboriculture and Park Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at […]

November 15: Come celebrate legendary tennis champion Stan Smith and his new book, “Stan Smith: Some People Think I’m a Shoe!,” at a special wine and cheese book-signing event being presented by The Sea Pines Resort and Heritage Classic Foundation Thursday, from 4 to 6 p.m., in the Heritage Room at the Harbour Town Clubhouse. […]

November 16: Sanda Brown, New York Time’s Bestselling Author gives Keynote Address! Sonesta Resort (Santee Ballroom), 130 Shipyard Dr. In support of the Literacy Center. $55 per ticket, Book & Bubbly included! Buy Tickets Here!

December 5: University of South Carolina Beaufort Lunch with Authors Series! Lunch with Author JULIE CANTRELL! 12 p.m. Sea Pines Country Club, 30 Governors Rd., Hilton Head Island​. Individual Luncheons $45 (all inclusive). Enjoy a delicious lunch and hear featured authors speak on their writings, creative process, research and more! We celebrate New York Times […]

January 15: University of South Carolina Beaufort Lunch with Authors Series! Lunch with Author LISA PATTON! 12 p.m. Sea Pines Country Club, 30 Governors Rd., Hilton Head Island​. Individual Luncheons $45 (all inclusive). Enjoy a delicious lunch and hear featured authors speak on their writings, creative process, research and more! We celebrate New York Times […]

The Coastal Discovery Museum will host Sally R. Murphy on March 20 at 1 p.m., for this presentation and book signing. Turning the Tide chronicles the creation of South Carolina’s sea turtle program, the evolution of the International Sea Turtle Society and the ACE Basin, and documents the decades-long battle for use of turtle excluder […]

April 30 University of South Carolina Beaufort Lunch with Authors Series! Lunch with Author KIM MICHELE RICHARDSON! 12 p.m. Sea Pines Country Club, 30 Governors Rd., Hilton Head Island​. Individual Luncheons $45 (all inclusive). Enjoy a delicious lunch and hear featured authors speak on their writings, creative process, research and more! We celebrate New York […]

In the 1920s and 30s, wealthy sporting enthusiasts from the North created large estates in the coastal region of South Carolina by turning former sites of slave labor into places of leisure. In the process, they changed the meaning of the word ‘plantation’, in regards to historical memory of slavery and contemporary views of the South. […]