All phone numbers are area code 843 unless otherwise listed.
CHRISTIAN BASEBALL CAMP: What: 10th annual Sycamore at the Stadium Christian Baseball Camp; Who: Boys and girls ages 8-12; When: 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Nov. 10 and 2-5 p.m. Nov. 11; Where: Grayson Stadium, Savannah; Cost: Free; Notes: Campers will receive a T-shirt, a hat, a Bible and baseball tips from coaches with college to pro experience. All skill levels welcome. Saturday campers will receive a lunch. Space limited to first 90 children. Pre-registration required. Registration/Information: www.sycamoreatthestadium.com
BEAUFORT COUNTY PALS WINTER YOUTH LEAGUE: When: Registration continues through Oct. 17; Who: Ages 4-16; Cost: $60 by Oct. 10 ($25 late registration fee after Oct. 10); Notes: Uniform included. Volunteer coaches needed. Registration: Forms can be downloaded at bcgov.net/PALS. Forms and checks will be accepted at Burton Wells (Beaufort) and Buckwalter (Bluffton) recreation centers. Information: Go to www.bcgov.net/PALS, or call 255-6680 (Beaufort) or 255-6710 (Bluffton).
FALL BASKETBALL CLINIC: What: Skills, drills and scrimmage play; Where: Island Rec Center; Who: Ages 6-8; When: 4-5 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays, Oct. 16-Nov. 29; Cost: $50/session; Notes: Children can be picked up from the public elementary schools. No classes will be held Oct. 30, Nov. 1, Nov. 6 and Nov. 22; Registration/Information: Go to www.islandreccenter.org, call 681-7273 or visit the Hilton Head Rec Center, 20 Wilborn Rd., Hilton Head Island.
SEAHAWK BASKETBALL CAMP: Who: Boys and girls, grades 3-8; When: 9-11:30 a.m., Oct. 29-Nov. 1; Where: Hilton Head Island High School; Cost: $60; Notes: Camp led by Hilton Head High coach Ken Updike and assistants Sean Rochester and Rich Keefner. Learn skills, drills and game strategies. Grouped with other players of similar age/abilities. Registration/Information: Go to www.islandreccenter.org, call 681-7273 or visit the Hilton Head Rec Center, 20 Wilborn Rd., Hilton Head Island.
JUNIOR GOLF PROGRAM: Where: Old South Golf Links, Bluffton; When: Mondays through Oct. 22; Time: 4-5:30 p.m. Who: Grades 1 & up; Cost: $25 per week; Notes: Includes snack, drink and USGA Rules Book. Clubs and balls included. Registration/Information: Go to www.islandreccenter.org, stop by the Island Rec Center at 20 Wilborn Rd. or call 681-7273.
MARINE CORPS SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION TOURNAMENT: What: Seventh annual tournament to provide scholarships to military children; Where: The Legends at Parris Island Golf Club; When: Oct. 22; Notes: Ten students in Beaufort County will be receiving scholarships this year from the MCSF. Information: Go to www.mcsf.org or call Don Drobny at 836-3785.
WAYNE HAMBY MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT: What: Event to benefit the International Myeloma Foundation; Where: Pinecrest Golf Club, Bluffton; When: Oct. 27, noon shotgun start; Format: Captain's choice; Cost: $75; Notes: Prizes and buffet following the event. Raffle and silent auction. Hole sponsorships are available for a business at $50 and $25 for an individual. Registration: Pinecrest Golf Club, 757-8960; Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
"BE A SAINT" CHARITY SCRAMBLE: Where: Hampton Hall Golf Club, Bluffton; When: Oct. 29, 9:30 a.m. shotgun start; Cost: $150; Notes: Proceeds benefit the free prenatal services offered by the Pregnancy Center & Clinic of the Low Country. Separate flights for men, women and mixed teams. Prizes and contests, including $10,000 cash hole-in-one contest. Souvenir golf shirt. Breakfast sandwich, luncheon, refreshments and snacks. Registration/Information: Call 689-2222 or e-mail email@example.com.
BCSO FALL TOURNAMENT: What: Beaufort County Sheriff's Office tournament; Where: Hampton Hall Golf Club, Bluffton; When: 10 a.m., Nov. 2; Cost: $80 per player; Format: 4-person captain's choice; Notes: Tournament raises funds to help pay for the BCSO Appreciation Dinner. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. Refreshments, contests and mulligans. Top 3 teams win prizes. Field limited to 94 golfers. Hole sponsorships ($50) and other sponsorship opportunities are available. Registration/Information: Contact Brian Baird at 255-3405 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
FRIENDS OF CALLAWASSIE CHARITY TOURNAMENT: When: 9 a.m., Nov. 5; Where: Callawassie Island Club; Format: Two-person, modified Pinehurst; Cost: $135 per player; Notes: Friends of Callawassie Island (FOCI) has raised more than $360,000 for more than 80 local charities and organizations in the Lowcountry since 2001. Field will be limited to 60 two-person teams. Awards luncheon to follow play. Registration/Information: Call the Callawassie Island Club Pro Shop at 987-2161, or go to www.callawassieisland.com.
NOTRE DAME CLUB OUTING: What: 15th annual event to raise funds for the Notre Dame Club's local scholarship fund; When: Nov. 6, 12:30 p.m.; Where: Sea Pines Country Club; Format: Four person best-ball scramble; Cost: $125 per player ($115 per player for couples), $45 for dinner only; Notes: Cocktails at 5:15 p.m., dinner at 6 p.m. Information: Call Bob Albertini at 363-2325 or email email@example.com.
VETERANS GOLF WEEK: What: 4th annual event for military personnel; Where: Hampton Hall, Belfair, Dolphin Head and Callawassie Island clubs; When: Nov. 12-16; Notes: All active duty and retired military can play a discounted round. No greens fees. Cart fee $25. ID required. Registration/Information: Hampton Hall 815-8720, Callawassie 987-2161, Belfair 757-0715, Dolphin Head 681-5550 ext. 227.
MEMORY MATTERS CHARITY TOURNAMENT: What: 13th annual tournament to benefit local families who care for loved ones with Alzheimer's disease; Where: Moss Creek Golf Club; When: Nov. 12, 9 a.m.; Cost: $175; Notes: Cost includes continental breakfast at 8 a.m., buffet lunch, two raffle tickets, mulligan, silent auction and prizes; Information/registration: Call 842-6688 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CUPID'S ARROW GOLF CLASSIC: What: Eighth annual tournament; When: 10 a.m., Nov. 17 (registration 9 a.m.); Where: Oldfield Golf Club, Okatie; Cost: $150 per player; Registration deadline: Nov. 9; Notes: All proceeds go to the John A. (Jack) Kolbush Memorial Fund at the Children's Hospital at Memorial Health University Medical Center in Savannah. Lunch, post-tournament reception, awards ceremony and music by Jim Davidson. Registration is limited to 80 players. Registration/Information: Call Janet Kolbush at 338-6139.
SPORTS ACADEMY GYMNASTICS AND DANCE: What: Fall registration for gymnastics and dance; Who: Ages 1 and up; When: Fall classes started Aug. 20; Where: Sports Academy Gymnastics and Dance, 20 Maxine Lane, Beaufort; Notes: Gymnastics and dance classes for children of all ages, as well as an after-school program. Information: Go to www.eteamz.com/sagym.
BACK-TO-SCHOOL CLASSES: What: McElroy's Martial Arts Academy karate classes; Who: Ages 5-14; When: Wednesdays, 6-6:45 p.m.; Where: Island Rec Center, 20 Wilborn Rd., Hilton Head Island; Registration Deadline: Sept. 5; Registration/Information: Call McElroy's Martial Arts Academy at 816-0153 or email email@example.com.
CORN HOLE 4 THE CURE: What: Corn hole tournament to support Breast Cancer Awareness; When: Noon, Oct. 27; Where: The Tiki Hut at The Beach House, Holiday Inn Resort, Hilton Head Island; Notes: The event will feature live music, arts and crafts for kids, and prize giveaways throughout the day. Registration/Information: Email The Beach House activity director at Rbaggott@hihiltonhead.com.
BEAUFORT COUNTY PALS AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM: What: Registration for Beaufort County Parks and Leisure Services After-School Program; Who: Kindergarten through fifth grade; Where: Burton Wells Recreation Center in Beaufort and Buckwalter Recreation Center in Bluffton; Cost: $75 per month, extra fees will apply for full days of after-school care when school is not in session. Notes: The program is from 3-6 p.m. on school days, and includes homework assistance, arts & crafts, snacks and recreation. Applications can be found at www.bcgov.net/PALS, click "After School"; Information: Call 255-6680 in Beaufort or 255-6710 in Bluffton.
Hilton Head Island Bridge Run: What: 21st annual Hargray Hilton Head Island Bridge Run 10K & 5K; When: 8 a.m., Oct. 21; Where: Crossings Park; Notes: 10-kilometer and 5-kilometer races take runners over the Broad Creek on the Cross Island Parkway. All participants receive a T-shirt. Post-race party and award ceremony with refreshments, music and door prizes. Event has raised more than $37,000 for the Area 8 Special Olympics and The Children's Relief Fund. Registration/Information: Go to www.bearfootsports.com or call 757-8520.
MOVE WELL 5K: What: Part of the Run Around the World 5K Challenge to benefit Soles4Souls, which provides shoes for the needy; When: 9 a.m. Nov. 17; Where: Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa, Port Royal Plantation; Cost: Free; Notes: First 50 registered racers will receive a commemorative T-shirt. Starwood Hotels & Resorts will make a donation for every participant. Two-night stay at Westin for overall male and female winners. Packet pick-up from noon-4 p.m. on Nov. 16 in the Main Lobby. Race day registration at 8 a.m. Registration/Information: Go to www.westinhiltonheadisland.com/5kwalk-run or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
TURKEY TROT: What: 24th annual Piggly Wiggly Turkey Trot 5K & 10K; When: 8 a.m. Nov. 22; Where: Hilton Head Plantation; Cost: $30; Registration deadline: Nov. 21; Notes: Race is only open to first 1,300 participants. All pre-registered racers will receive a commemorative shirt and be entered into a prize raffle. Awards to top 3 overall runners, and participation medals for everyone. Strollers allowed, but must start at the back. Packet pick-up from 1-8 p.m. on Nov. 21 at the Island Recreation Center. Racers should arrive no later than 7 a.m. on race day. Registration: Go to www.islandreccenter.org or stop by the Rec Center at 20 Wilborn Rd., Hilton Head Island; Information: Call Lacey Simoneau at 681-7273.
TURKEY CHASE 5K: When: 8:30 a.m., Nov. 22; Where: Bluffton Oyster Company; Cost: Adults $20, Kids 15 and under $15; $5 additional fee for race-day registration; Notes: The flat and fast course takes runners through the historic areas of downtown Bluffton. Event benefits Huntington's Disease Society of America (www.hdsa.org); Registration: Online at www.playhardinbtown.com; Information: Karen Floyd 816-2979.
DATAW ISLAND CUP: Where: Dataw Island Yacht Club; When: 11 a.m., Oct. 27; Cost: $25 per boat ($30 after Oct. 12); Notes: Welcoming party and skippers meeting at the marina's gazebo at 6 p.m., Oct. 26. The 22-mile race starts on the Coosaw River just east of the Brickyards, proceeds down the Coosaw River to St. Helena Sound, then heads up the Morgan River to finish at the Dataw Island Marina. Regatta is open to displacement, mono hull sailboats that are at least 18 feet LOA. Spinnakers will be allowed. Dock party and awards dinner after race. Information: Race chairman Roy Crocker 838-2454 or email@example.com.
JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS REGISTRATION: What: PTI/USTA fall and winter team competition; Who: Tennis players of any ability from ages 10 to 18; Notes: Children are put into age groups to compete as singles, doubles or mixed doubles. Typically, there is a mid-week practice and a weekend match. Season runs from Nov. 17 to Jan. 31. Only 15 players accepted per team. Information: Call Robert Brown at 290-2833 or go to SCtennis.com.
SEASHORE VACATIONS ADULT CHAMPIONSHIPS: What: USTA age sanctioned tournament; Who: Men's and women's 35s to 80s; When: Oct. 25-28; Where: Van Der Meer Shipyard, Hilton Head Island; Cost: $65 for one event, $66 for two; Registration deadline: Oct. 21; Notes: USTA membership required. Participants are limited to two events. Prizes for finalists in divisions of 4 or more. Players party 7-9 p.m. Oct. 25 at Callahan's Sports Bar. Registration: www.usta.com; Information: Call Jim Stubbs at 785-8388, ext. 115.
DAVID M. CARMINES MEMORIAL TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS: When: Nov. 16-18; Where: Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center, Hilton Head Island; Cost: Ages 8-10 -- $25; Juniors -- $40 for one event or $50 for two; Adults -- $45 for one event or $55 for two; Notes: Adult and junior divisions. Junior event is USTA sanctioned, and will feature QuickStart format for younger divisions. Adult tournament will have singles, doubles and mixed doubles divisions. All proceeds go to the David M. Carmines Foundation and benefit the Hilton Head Island Recreation Center, the American Cancer Society, and the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. Players' party catered by Hudson's, raffle, continental breakfast each day, beverages daily, and a T-shirt. Registration: Online at www.palmettodunes.com or at www.davidmcarmines.org; Information: Call tournament director Jackie Reynecke at 785-1152.