Click on the attached link to view “Johns Island – A Moment In Time.” It is a photo-documentary on the history Johns Island developed by the Kiawah Island Photo Club. All the photos, narration, script and editing was done by club members and Dave Elliott, Chairman of the Photo Club Outreach Committee, over saw this project which was a year in the making. It’s a great way to learn about the history of Johns Island, Kiawah Island and the surrounding Sea Island of the South Carolina Lowcountry.
Earl Klugh's, second annual Weekend of Jazz at Kiawah Island Golf Resort
November 10-12, 2011
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- High-End Barbecue on the South Carolina BBQ Trail
- What it takes to earn Five Stars
- National Geographic and Kiawah’s Wildlife Wonders
- South African Wine Dinner at The Ocean Course
- How to Keep Attendees Engaged During Your Corporate Meeting in South Carolina
- T+L’s 3rd Best Family Beach Resort in the world
- Gourmet & Grapes Features Wines From Three Continents
- Cherrywood BBQ – high-end BBQ on the South Carolina BBQ Trail
- Food & Wine Celebration Raises Funds for Cancer Research
- Signature hot toddies at The Ocean Room
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