DuBois Park pavilion to debut, historic marker placed

info@islandpacket.comOctober 11, 2013 

Town of Bluffton leaders, residents and Civil War enthusiasts will debut a new pavilion at DuBois Park and dedicate a new historic marker during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday.

The ceremony will begin at 9 a.m. with the official opening of the pavilion, followed by dedication of a historic marker that recaps the burning of Bluffton by Union forces during the Civil War.

Designed by Lowcountry Architecture, the pavilion was built to provide Bluffton residents and guests with a place to gather, according to a news release. The pavilion includes restrooms and a catering kitchen.

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