FRIENDS of Caroline Hospice is dedicated to providing hospice services that offer hope, encouragement and care to those who live with a life threatening illness, as well as support for their families, friends and for the community.
FRIENDS of Caroline Hospice is located in beautiful downtown Port Royal in Beaufort County, providing support whenever you need us, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Phone: 843-525-6257 Address: 1110 13th Street, Port Royal, SC 29935 Office hours: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm
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The 7th Annual Bands, Brews & BBQ is a month away, and we’d like to give a *huge* round of applause to our sponsors for being a part of this event. Thank you for your continued support of the flavorful event.
The 7th Annual Bands, Brews & BBQ returns to Port Royal on Friday, February 26th and Saturday, February 27th!
Friday is Wing Throw Down, 6pm to 9pm with entertainment by The Cluster Shucks.
Saturday is barbecue 12pm to 4pm with entertainment by Cranford Hollow.
General admission passes are available online in advance for $10 for adults (12+) and $5 for children (3-11), or at the entrance for $15 and $5. Admissions can be purchased online here. Tickets will be sold for sampling of wings Friday night and BBQ on Saturday. Craft brews, Budweiser and Pepsi products will be available for purchase. The event is rain or shine. No refunds.
Interested in volunteering? Sign up here!
Cook Team Registration for the 7th Annual Bands, Brews & BBQ is now open! Download and submit your registration by February 16th to guarantee one of 32 cook team spots. Registration payment may be submitted online HERE. Registration is $250 for a new Cook Team and $200 for a returning Cook Team (that has participated in the 2015 Bands, Brews & BBQ).
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It’s the holiday season, a magical time of year filled with twinkling lights, smells of home-baked goodies, sounds of caroling, laughter and the voice of the ones you love.
Then there are some of us, even as we’re surrounded by such loveliness, who have a hard time seeing and feeling the holiday spirit. We’ve lost someone near and dear to us and are still grappling with how to live this new life without them. Especially during the holidays.
Do we skip the holidays? Do we carry on traditions, or start new ones? What exactly do we do with these holidays?
What’s your grief, a website dedicated to grief, offers many resources and tips on how to plan ahead, remember your loved ones, or skip the holidays. Whether you stick around or plan a vacation in a destination far, far away; create a new tradition or continue the same traditions – whatever you choose to do this holiday season, and for seasons to come, remember it is right for you, right now and in this moment.
If you need someone to talk to, or would like local resources on grief and counseling, please call our Coordinator of Support Services at 843-525-6257.