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Previous Next The Beaufort Inn Garden Parties Back by popular demand, The Beaufort Inn is excited to announce our Spring Garden Party Series. Included in your admission is live music, […]

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The Beaufort Inn Garden Parties

Back by popular demand, The Beaufort Inn is excited to announce our Spring Garden Party Series. Included in your admission is live music, delicious food, and a casual and fun evening under the stars.

Guests of the Beaufort Inn can receive complimentary tickets (2) to the events when staying on property a minimum of 3 nights, including the evening the event is happening.

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Enjoy a delicious Lowcountry Boil by Sea Eagle Market and live music by John Sundrla in The Beaufort Inn’s Tabby Garden.

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In partnership with the Tabernacle Baptist Church, please join The Beaufort Inn for a Movie Night Fundraiser! Although the event is free, cash/check donations are highly encouraged and we are requiring registration online, as we have limited availability.
 
The screening of the movie Harriet is Free and Open to the Public. A cash bar will be available. Please bring your own chair or blanket to lounge on the lawn during the movie.
 
Donations are highly encouraged as we are partnering with the Tabernacle Baptist Church to raise funds for the Harriet Tubman Monument (which will be located on Craven Street).
 
Tabernacle Baptist Church of Beaufort, SC has launched a campaign to honor Harriet Tubman with a monument for her services in Beaufort during the Civil War and for her role in a raid that freed hundreds of slaves in 1863.
A sculpture depicting Harriet Tubman’s heroic ventures will sit next to the 153 year old church on Craven Street in downtown Beaufort. Tabernacle Baptist is also the burial place of Robert Smalls, who was born a slave in Beaufort and became a Civil War hero and Congressman. A bust of Small is also on the church grounds.
 
Craven Street is steep in history. The old Beaufort Arsenal home of the Chamber of commerce’s visitor’s center and the Beaufort history Museum is a block east of the church. To the west is the Secession House, site of many informal discussions and formal meetings during the 1850’s to discuss withdrawal from the Union.
 
The church is discussing the $500,000 project with renowned sculptor Ed Dwight, designer of the African American History Monument at the state capitol in Columbia.
 
The church will provide the land for the memorial and funding will come from the private sector.
For more information about the Harriett Tubman Monument contact Rev. Kenneth Hodges, Pastor of Tabernacle Baptist Church, at 843-525-9006 or 843-524-0376. His email address is: [email protected]

Beaufort Inn Garden Party “Draft Night”

Join us on NFL Draft Day for a great meal prepared by Q on Bay, drinks, and live music at The Beaufort Inn’s Tabby Garden.

Thursday April 29, 2021 6 to 8 p.m.

Ticket Cost: $50.00 per Guest (Includes Taxes and Gratuities)

First Course (Choice of One)

House Salad: Fresh Chopped Romaine, Tomato Wedges, Red Onion, Cucumber Slices, & House Croutons with Choice of Home-Made Dressings

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Mixed Green Salad: Mixed Field Greens, Granny Smith Apple Slivers, Bacon Crumble, Candied Walnuts, & Blue Cheese Crumble with Citrus Vinaigrette

Second Course (Choice of One)

Gameday Combo: Quarter Rack of Baby-Back Ribs (Choice Wet or Dry), Plus Six Smoked Wings with Choice of Two Sides

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Ultimate Q Burger: Hand-Formed 8 oz. Patty of House Ground Blend of Prime Beef and Berkshire Pork Topped with Pulled Pork, Applewood Bacon, Melted Cheddar, BBQ Sauce, & Tabasco Fried Onions on a Sweet Bun with Hand-Cut Fries

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Barnyard Platter: Combination of Pulled Pork, Pulled Chicken, Ribs, & Sliced Brisket with Choice of Two Sides

Third Course (Choice of One)

House-Made Pecan Pie with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

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Strawberry Coconut Pecan Cake with Strawberry Coulis

From the Bar (Includes Two Drafts per Guest)

Q’s Premium Craft Lager

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Local IPA

 

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Enjoy a delicious Lowcountry Boil by Sea Eagle Market and live music by Christopher Paul in The Beaufort Inn’s Tabby Garden.

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The Screening of “The Girl Who Wore Freedom” is Free and Open to the Public. Cash/Check donations are highly encouraged.
The director of the film, Christian Taylor, will be on-site during the film and will be hosting a Q&A after the film.
Cash bar will be available. Please bring your own chair or blanket to lounge on the lawn during the movie.
 
THE GIRL WHO WORE FREEDOM (1hr 30min)
Wheaton, IL (SC PREMIERE) WINNER (DUTY & HONOR) & AUDIENCE CHOICE
Director: Christian Taylor
Synopsis: The journey from occupation to liberation, to acceptance and forgiveness to gratitude and pride, is explored through interviews with French survivors and American veterans in this powerful, personal film that tells stories handed down over two generations.
 

Trailer: https://vimeo.com/451688644
Facebook: 

https://www.facebook.com/thegirlwhoworefreedom

As always, the safety of our guests and staff remain our utmost priority. Tabby Garden is a grand, open-air, outdoor garden space, and there is plenty of room to social distance. Tickets will not be available at the gate, so we invite you to purchase yours online today!

Your Garden Party ticket purchase for the evening(s) of your choice will include:

  1. Access to The Beaufort Inn’s Tabby Garden
  2. A savory seafood Lowcountry Boil by Sea Eagle Market
  3. Live music entertainment