Belly dancing instructor Carmeny Torres, of Beaufort, lets the wind catch her veil during the third annual Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Earth Day festivities on Calhoun Street in Bluffton on Saturday. The event, which followed the annual May River Cleanup, featured a Green Resource Expo, wildlife demonstrations, yoga for adults and kids, and cooking demonstrations.
Belly dancing instructor Carmeny Torres, of Beaufort, lets the wind catch her veil during the third annual Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Earth Day festivities on Calhoun Street in Bluffton on Saturday. The event, which followed the annual May River Cleanup, featured a Green Resource Expo, wildlife demonstrations, yoga for adults and kids, and cooking demonstrations. Jay Karr
Belly dancing instructor Carmeny Torres, of Beaufort, lets the wind catch her veil during the third annual Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Earth Day festivities on Calhoun Street in Bluffton on Saturday. The event, which followed the annual May River Cleanup, featured a Green Resource Expo, wildlife demonstrations, yoga for adults and kids, and cooking demonstrations. Jay Karr

PHOTO: Earth Day event draws a crowd in Bluffton

April 27, 2013 07:03 PM

More Videos

  • First responders rescue woman trapped under car in downtown Beaufort

    First responders worked together Monday morning to lift a car and free a 42-year-old woman who was struck by a car in downtown Beaufort just after 10:30 a.m., according to Beaufort Police Department. Note: This video contains graphic content.