Below is the link for the webinar for those who missed the presentation!
Saturday, October 2
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Plantation House Parking Lot Areas
Rain Date: Saturday, October 9
Click on the link below to download the vendor application.
We are so excited to have two excellent food trucks join us this year!
Big Dog Tacos Truck
Time To Eat Food Truck
Spring Lake Pool Updates
The splash pad at the Spring Lake Pool will be CLOSED starting at 2:00 PM on Monday, September 13, for maintenance. It is tentatively scheduled to reopen on Wednesday, September 15.
The main pool will REMAIN OPEN during this time (weather-permitting).
The Spring Lake Pool now closes at Dusk EVERY day through the end of the season. The final day the pool is open is Sunday, October 31.
Also, beginning the week of September 20, the morning Water Aerobics Class with Gretchen will be pushing back their start time to 9:00 AM for the Monday/Wednesday/Friday morning class. The revised last day for Gretchen's Morning Water Aerobics Class will now be Friday, October 8th.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Director of Activities at 843-681-8800,ext. 226.
Thursday, September 30
10:00 AM at the Plantation House
Special Guest - Marc Orlando
“Sharing the Road” - Road Safety Class for Bicyclists, Motorists & Walkers
“Share the Road” has real meaning, and we want everyone to share the road safely. Please join the Activities Department and Linda Kuhlman, League Certified Instructor on bicycle safety, as she and other LCI instructors cover bike safety, bike maneuvers demonstrations, tips on safely riding pathways, and a short ride in the plantation (helmets required) to demonstrate bicycling safety issues. Whether you bike our pathways to the store, pool, tennis, or a friend’s house, or for fun and fitness, a few tips will make your ride more enjoyable and safer. Discussion will also benefit you as a motorist when encountering bicycles and pedestrians on our roads and pathways.
Bike and helmet required for our ride, but not for learning great tips. Free helmet fitting, too. This seminar will greatly benefit all motorists as you learn tips to be visible, predictable, and respectful to everyone sharing the road.
When: Friday, September 17
RSVP:Jen at 843-681-8090
If interested in attending, please RSVP to the Scheduling Office at 843-681-8090. We hope to see you there!
Instructor Bio: Linda Kuhlman is a League Certified Instructor (LCI) on bicycle safety, certified by the League of American Bicyclist www.bikeleague.org and is a member of the Kickin’ Asphalt Bike Club www.kickinasphalt.info.
Community Blood Drive
The Activities Department is teaming up with OneBlood for another community blood drive on Monday, September 20, between 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM. OneBlood is a not-for-profit community asset serving hospitals in the South Carolina Lowcountry and Coastal Empire region. Blood donated with OneBlood stays in our community to help the needs of our local patients. Did you know – about 38% of the population can donate blood but less than 10% actually do? Share your power!
When:Monday, September 20
Time:10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Where:Plantation House Parking Lot(inside the OneBlood Big Red Bus)
RSVP: Jen at 843-681-8090
To schedule an appointment, call Jen at the Scheduling Office at 843-681-8090 today! Not sure if your travel or medications will impact your eligibility, visit www.oneblood.org/donate or
call 1-888-9DONATE (936-6283).
Only 4 donors will be permitted on the bus at one time. Masks are optional for fully vaccinated donors; however, non-vaccinated donors must wear a mask. Temperatures will also be checked prior to registration and entering the bus. If you are not feeling well and healthy the day of the blood drive, please do NOT come to the blood drive. Thank you!
The Spring Lake Pool will close for the season on Sunday, October 31. Thank you for a great season!
Air Quality Seminar
Please join the Activities Department and Kevin Thompson with Summit Services for a free seminar on Air Quality. Learn the importance of indoor air quality and contaminant prevention, especially in today’s climate. Kevin will also cover the basics of UVC technology, its history, how it works, and its many effective solutions. Learn what you can do to improve the air quality within your home while also increasing the efficiency of your HVAC equipment.
When:Wednesday, September 29
RSVP: Jen at 843-681-8090
If interested in attending, please RSVP to the Scheduling Office at 843-681-8090. Light refreshments will be served. We hope to see you there!
Kevin Thompson, the owner of Summit Services Heating & Air, grew up on Hilton Head Planation and is a graduate of Hilton Head High School and the University of Georgia. Kevin saw a need on the island for an HVAC company that focuses on the comfort and energy conservation of the whole home including indoor air quality (IAQ), duct design, and humidity control. Summit prides itself on tailoring HVAC equipment layout to each home’s unique and specific needs. The name Summit came from serving at the highest level possible while providing "Peak Performance" to all homes and homeowners.
Kevin lives in Sea Pines with his wife, Valerie, and two boys: Finley(9) and Brody(5), both of whom attend Hilton Head Prep. and their English Bulldog (Kirby). When Kevin is not working, he enjoys time with his family the most. He is a baseball coach for both his sons (spring and fall), enjoys playing golf, being out on the water, or just spending some quality time at the beach with his family and friends.
Morning Water Aerobics
STARTING MONDAY, MAY 17
Monday - Wednesday - Friday
Spring Lake Pool
8:30 - 9:30 AM
with Gretchen Spiridopoulos
Deep-End Water Aerobics
STARTING TUESDAY, MAY 18
Tuesdays & Thursdays
Spring Lake Pool
5:30 - 6:30 PM
with Jackie Spindel
The cost to attend either Water Aerobics Classes is one Universal Fitness Ticket. You must use a 2021 ticket in order to attend.
Please join the Activities Department in welcoming Karla Fields and Jennifer Hughes, Licensed Insurance Agents with the David M. Gilston Insurance Agency, on Wednesday, October 13, at 10:00 AM at the Plantation House for a FREE seminar on The American Rescue Plan Act. This year there have been many changes to health insurance. Are you confused with the recent changes under the American Rescue Act Plan and what this means for you? Are you taking advantage of the expansion of subsidies to help cover the cost of health insurance? If you have questions about the above, come join Karla and Jennifer as they keep you informed and up to date with all the changes they have seen this year.
If interested in attending, please call Jen at the Scheduling Office at 843-681-8090. Space is limited so sign up today! Light refreshments will be served.
HHP residents are eligible for a special rate at the Island Recreation Center!
There are six different membership options for you to choose from. You can see those options by clicking here.
For more information, please contact the Rec Center at 843-681-7273.
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