Earl Klugh's, second annual Weekend of Jazz at Kiawah Island Golf Resort
November 10-12, 2011
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From South Africa to Kiawah Island, The Atlantic Room presented an evening of classic wines and Chef Jonathan Banta’s perfectly paired fare. Wine presenter, Lisa Norris of Broadbent Selections, Inc. joined us for a night of great wine, food and friendship as we came together to celebrate the flavors of South Africa.
Meeting prep, organization and planning are extremely important parts of creating an event that is both successful and productive.
Planning and organization are really only half the battle, because just as you wouldn’t consider an event without attendees a true ‘success’, you likely wouldn’t consider an event with a disengaged audience a success either.
Travel + Leisure magazine just named us the 3rd best family beach resort in their World’s Best Awards. This was announced in the January issue:
Here is the top 10:
No. 1 Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, Kapolei, HI
No. 2 Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa
No. 3 Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort, SC
No. 4 Cloister at Sea Island, GA
No. 5 (tie) Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, HI
No. 5 (tie) Hammock Beach Resort, Palm Coast, FL
No. 7 Disney’s Vero Beach Resort, FL
No. 8 Disney’s Beach Club Resort, Lake Buena Vista, FL
No. 9 LaPlaya Beach & Golf Resort, Naples, FL
No. 10 (tie) Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea, HI
No. 10 (tie) Sandpearl Resort, Clearwater Beach, FL
So, if you’re looking for a family vacation, a intergenerational getway or family reunion, check out Kiawah Island Golf Resort.
Gourmet & Grapes Benefiting Hollings Cancer Center to be held February 6-8, 2015, at The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort
The Seventh Annual Gourmet & Grapes Culinary Extravaganza offers guests a chance to sample gourmet food and select wines from around the world while raising money to fund critical research at the Hollings Cancer Center at the Medical University of South Carolina.
South Carolina is known as the “Birthplace of Barbecue.” This long tradition of slow-and-low-cooked pork has deep roots here, so much so that the state’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism initiated the “South Carolina BBQ Trail,” a marketing campaign to entice visitors from far and wide to visit the Palmetto State to celebrate its diversity of BBQ. Nearly 200 restaurants that specialize in BBQ are part of the Trail, and Kiawah’s Cherrywood BBQ and Ale House in the Osprey Point Clubhouse is one of them. While many of these 200 restaurants offer very “rustic” appeal, Cherrywood is unique as it offers a more “upscale” BBQ experience.
Gourmet & Grapes Benefiting Hollings Cancer Center to be Held February 6-8, 2015, at The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort
December 15, 2014, Charleston, SC – The Seventh Annual Gourmet & Grapes Culinary Extravaganza offers guests a chance to enjoy five-star culinary talents and select wines from around the world while raising money to fund critical research at the Hollings Cancer Center at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Jeanelle McCain became involved with Gourmet & Grapes after her husband Will died of melanoma last year. Through her husband’s experience, she learned of the critical need for advanced therapies, and she quickly became immersed in the importance of clinical trials. After looking all over for the best therapies for Will, she explains, “We were thrilled to learn that the latest, most innovative care was available right here at Hollings.”
Chef Michael Perez of Indaco Restaurant joins the culinary team at The Ocean Room at the Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort in its “Guest Chef Dinner” in support of Lowcountry Street Grocery
Chef Michael Perez of Indaco restaurant will join Chef de Cuisine, Jason Rheinwald and the culinary team at The Ocean Room at The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort for a special “Guest Chef Dinner” on Thursday, December 18, 2014. This dinner will take place in The Ocean Room on Kiawah Island and benefits the Lowcountry Street Grocery. Founded by Lindsey Barrow, a College of Charleston graduate, the Lowcountry Street Grocery’s mission is to provide the farmers market experience on wheels, providing isolated ‘food deserts’ with access to healthy, local produce and nutritional education while stimulating the local economy.
From a chocolate 30+ lb. turkey to a Frozen gingerbread display, The Sanctuary Pastry team is letting it go this holiday season!
You know the saying ‘Christmas in July’, well when it comes to a creative team like our Sanctuary pastry department early planning is what they are all about. Back in July our team was racking their creative brains about what displays they could put forth this holiday season. With the pressure of Thanksgiving and our annual gingerbread display unveiling close together, pre-planning is a must. After all the brainstorming and many hours spent on creating these displays, we think you’ll agree that all that effort paid off!