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The Bluffton Village Festival has come and gone, but there's still plenty of fun to be had in old town.
The Bluffton Historical Preservation Society, for instance, is hosting a book signing and estate sale Saturday, and the monthlong Bravo -- Celebrate the Arts festival brings two events to the streets of old town this week. All events are free.
Pick up a map of the stops at any of the galleries. The event culminates with Art in the Park on Saturday. Details: 843-757-8185.
2 p.m. Saturday, Heyward House Historic Center, 70 Boundary St.: Meet some of your favorite Lowcountry authors at this book-signing event. Featured writers include "Queen Quet" Marquetta L. Goodwine ("Gawd dun smile pun we: Beaufort Isles"), Joan Mullins ("The Mystical Garden"), Jim Palmer ("Going Coastal Twelve Months and Then Some of Stumblin' Jimmy Watermelon") and Jane Price Hill ("Hilton Head Island: Unpacked and Staying"). The authors' books will be available for purchase and autographs. Details: 843-757-6293.