Your Week Ahead:
Looking for something fun to do this week? Find everything that is happening around the Lowcountry in our event calendar.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CONTINUES ITS MISSION TO CHANGE LIVES
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, First Presbyterian Church has never stopped being the hands and feet of Jesus. Even when its doors were closed, the church never stopped living out its mission to change lives and make disciples.
The church has continued to worship every Sunday morning through the pandemic, either in person or virtually. First Presbyterian follows health and safety protocols approved by the local governing body of the church. Masks and social distancing are required.
HILTON HEAD SNOW DAY: A fun family event featuring inflatable rides, a snowfield and entertainment. Cost is $10. 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Shelter Cove Community Park, 39 Shelter Cove Lane, Hilton Head Island. 843- 681-7273 or islandreccenter.org.
THE MENTALISTS: An extraordinary show of mind-reading and telepathy. Temperature screenings, face coverings and social distancing required. Tickets are $49. 4 p.m., 7:30 p.m., Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, 14 Shelter Cove Lane, Hilton Head Island. 843-686-3945 or artshhi.com.
WINDMILL HARBOUR SET FOR ANNUAL FESTIVE WEEKEND
For the Yuletide season on Hilton Head Island, Windmill Harbour is the venue for one of December’s most festive events in the area — the annual “Harbour Stroll Weekend.”
This year’s event — exclusively for Windmill Harbour residents, members of the South Carolina Yacht Club and their guests — is set for 6-8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 12-13.
LORD OF LIFE LUTHERAN CHURCH PLANS OUTDOOR CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICES
If there’s anything the world needs right now, it’s Christmas, according to the pastor of a Bluffton church.
After a harrowing year and many not being able to gather for Easter, the Rev. Dr. Angela Jennings of Lord of Life Lutheran Church is looking forward to celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ this month.
THE NUTCRACKER WILL ENTERTAIN ON THE BIG SCREEN
Hilton Head Dance Theatre’s 35th anniversary season production of The Nutcracker will be a fresh and unique experience as it will move to the big screens at Park Plaza Cinemas. Hilton Head Dance Theatre first presented the holiday classic in 1985.
The logistics of transitioning from performances in front of a live audience to preparing for filming have been challenging, said Lori Finger, board president of Hilton Head Dance Theatre.