Keep Up With The Lake House May 25

Fitness and Recreation

Indoor/Outdoor Pools

The Outdoor Pool hours:
– Monday through Friday from 9:15 am to sunset
– Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 am to sunset.

The Indoor Pool schedule, as well as rules for both the Indoor and Outdoor Pools, can be viewed by clicking here.

Fitness Classes

The monthly schedule for fitness and recreation classes is available on the SIPOA website, click here to view it. This does not include the semi-private classes.

Effective Wednesday, June 1, Splashers and Water Aerobics will move to The Lake House Outdoor Pool for the summer season.

Semi-Private Series

Sign up now for the following Semi-Private classes. Please note, Semi-Private classes are limited to a maximum of 10 participants. Pre-registration is required. There are no drop-ins or refunds. Semi-private classes are not included in the monthly class pass, and the entire class will be charged to your Property Owner/Club account at the time of registration. Semi-private classes are available to Seabrook Island Property Owners, Seabrook Island Club members, and guests staying on Seabrook Island.

Fitness Rewired Outdoor Semi-Private Series – This class focuses on cardio, strength, mobility, balance, and overall fitness improvement. Enjoy the camaraderie and good humor of your workout buddies as you meet three times a week for a challenging workout.
-Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, June 6 to July 1 at 8:30 am. $120 for the 4-week series.
-This series is taught by Kayleigh Breaux.

Tai Chi Semi-Private Series – This series is similar to the workshop above. It is a series of low impact, slow-flowing, standing-only movements, accompanied by focused breathing. It promotes stress relief, flexibility, and especially balance.
-Mondays at 5:15 pm from June 6 – June 27. $48 for the series.
-This series is taught by Lisa Anderson

Chair Yoga Semi-Private Series – This is a gentle form of yoga that can be done sitting on a chair or standing on the ground while using the chair for support. Benefits include improved flexibility, better concentration, increased strength, a boost to your mood, and reduced stress and joint strain.
-Wednesdays at 2:30 pm from June 1 – June 29. $75 for the series.
-This series is taught by Natasha Stevens.

Yin Yoga Semi-Private Series – This class is a slow, soothing, and meditative style of yoga where the legs, hips, and lower back are the main benefits. Yin Yoga is a slow, soothing and meditative style of yoga.
-Tuesdays at 5:15 pm from June 7 – June 28. $60 for the series.
-This series is taught by Natasha Steven

Kripalu Yoga Semi-Private Series – Linking Breathing with Movement. This class will include learning various breathing techniques and postures, both standing and on the mat, and end with relaxation. This class is perfect for beginners but is also an opportunity for any level to take a step back and rediscover the foundation of their practice.
-Thursdays June 9 – June 30, at 4:00 pm. $60 for the series.
-This series is taught by Emmy Marquardt.

Yoga Nidra & Vision Board Workshop – This workshop will begin with some gentle yogic stretching to release tension in the body, a short meditation before moving into creating a vision board, and end with a deep guided meditation called Yoga Nidra. No prior yoga experience is required. Since you will be lying still on the ground and the body naturally cools while still, participants will need to bring enough blankets and pillows to create a comfortable place.
-Thursday, May 26, from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm. $24 for the workshop.
-This workshop is taught by Emmy Marquardt.

RIDESBI Semi-Private Series – Spinning is a group exercise class that focuses on strength, endurance, cardiovascular, and recovery training while on a stationary bike. Enjoy the energy of a group class while tailoring the experience to your individual fitness level and goals. Bring a towel and water.
– Saturdays at 8:30 am from June 4 to June 25. $40 for this series.
– This series is taught by Sarah Mae Yuncker.

For more information about the classes above, go to sipoa.org and click on The Lake House, Semi-Private Series, or click here to be directed to the semi-private series page. You can also email your questions to The Lake House staff at Wellness@sipoa.org.

The Seabrook Island Property Owners website includes everything you need to know about all the classes, any cancellations that may occur, The Lake House Spa, and The Lake House Guide. Once on the SIPOA website, look at the area close to the top of the homepage for The Lake House. There is a dropdown menu with all this information.

-Submitted by Jamie Mogus Mixson, The Lake House Manager

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Charleston Gaillard Center Presents Denmark Vesey Bicentenary, July 14-16

This July, the Charleston Gaillard Center is partnering with Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church and the soon-to-open International African American Museum (IAAM), to mark the bicentenary of freedom fighter Denmark Vesey’s planned uprising to free the enslaved people of Charleston through three days of free and paid cultural performances and conversations. Tickets are on sale now! Click here for more information.

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Legare Farms Summer Camp 2022

The Legare Farms’ summer day programs offer children a fun, educational experience at a real working farm. Camp hours are 8:30 am – 3:00 pm daily.

Enrollment is limited in order to give each child maximum contact with the animals and individual attention from the staff.

The schedule is as follows:

For 6-8 Year olds:

June 13-17, Sold out

July 11-15, Sold out

For 9-11 Year olds:

June 20-24

July 18-22

Cost: $200/week

  • Payment in full or 50% deposit ($100) to secure reservation. Deposits are nonrefundable.

What To Bring

  1. Lunch
  2. Water Bottle
  3. Bathing Suit*
  4. Towel*
  5. Flip Flops or swimming shoes*

*to play in the sprinklers

Please download and print the application by clicking here. Email completed applications to info@legarefarms.com

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SIAG June Artist of the Month-Bob LeFevre

Bob LeFevre, a resident of Seabrook Island and Salem, SC, retired from a successful career in business at the age of 55 to pursue his passion for oil painting. Since childhood, he loved the water and everything related to it, so naturally his painting from the start would depict scenes of life on and near the oceans and lakes he would visit throughout his life.

Bob’s painting career began early. At the urging of his fourth grade teachers, he was enrolled in private art classes. With these classes he began to develop his perceptual skills as an artist, learning the fundamentals of rendering and depiction of values in a representational way. He continued these lessons throughout elementary and high school. Bob joined every art club and organization he could and soon began winning awards, the first of which was a sculpture scholarship at a local academy. He still enjoys sculpting to this day.

At the age of eighteen, Bob took private lessons from a retired sea captain in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. There he painted his first clipper ship and his passion for painting scenes of the sea was born.

Bob attended Colgate University majoring in business and selecting art as a second major. He earned extra money drawing caricatures of his classmates and selling them to teachers and local town’s people.

After graduation, Bob pursued a career in business knowing he would eventually return to art on a full-time basis. After 33 years as an executive with Proctor and Gamble, PepsiCo, and as owner of The United States Playing Card Co., he retired to pursue his dream of painting full time.

Continually driven to develop his skills, Bob sought out life drawing lessons that included nine years at the Academy of Cincinnati, Plein air workshops and by teaching drawing and painting to teenagers and adults.

Bob maintains studios at both his Seabrook Island and Salem, SC homes, the latter sits on Lake Keowee in upstate SC. Bob has been giving weekly individual and group art lessons to several Seabrook, Kiawah and Johns Island artists for over 14 years. He always welcomes new participants. If you are interested in lessons, please contact Bob at: rodory@gmail.com or 513-237-4757.

Bob was President and Vice President of Education for the Seabrook Island Artist Guild with over 100 members. He was represented by the Spencer Art Galleries in Charleston and now maintains a gallery at his home on Seabrook Island.

Please join Bob for a reception on June 1 from 4:30-6:30 pm. The reception will be held at The Lake House.

-Submitted by Bonnie Younginer, SIAG

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Town Council Meeting May 24

Seabrook Island Town Council will hold its next regularly scheduled meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, May 24, 2022, at 2:30 pm.

Click here to access the meeting agenda and view the supplemental information for specific agenda items.

– Submitted by Seabrook Island Town Hall

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Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol Report for Week of May 14

Nest 2 – May 14, 2022
Seabrook Island now has Loggerhead Turtle nest number 2. Lesley and Tony Gore reported that they not only found a crawl but the Momma was still on the beach! With great excitement, but at a respectful distance, turtle patrol volunteers paced the beach like nervous grandparents in the maternity waiting room. The mother took almost an hour and a half to finish laying her eggs before returning to the sea. A lure and fishing line were revealed to be wrapped around the turtle’s front flipper on her journey back to the water. Fortunately, the hook hadn’t become embedded in the flipper and an experienced volunteer managed to remove it without incident. If you see a nesting turtle or one that is in distress or entangled, do not approach it and keep any dogs away. Please call the Turtle Patrol at 843-310-4280. The nest was left in-situ North of Boardwalk 1. 

 Click here to watch a video of the turtle that laid nest 2 returning to the sea.

Nests 3 and 4 – May 17, 2022
The fortunate trio, Christine Dudzik, Tom Lamb and Bob Enzerra, found two nests on the Camp Saint Christopher end of the beach. They found nest number 3 near the cross at the camp. There were 138 eggs that were relocated nearby to higher ground. The eagle-eyed crew found the next nest in spite of the fact that the mother turtle’s inbound crawl was no longer visible. Nest 4 had a record breaking 178 eggs that were relocated close to nest 3. SCDNR indicated there have only been 111 out of more than 127,000 total nests since 1980 that have had 178 eggs or more. Congratulations to Christine Dudzik, Tom Lamb, Bob Enzerra and the intrepid turtle Momma. 

Nest 5 – May 18, 2022
Walkers Lesley and Tony Gore found nest 5 near Camp Saint Christopher’s kayak shed. The nest has been left in-situ but extra protection has been added since this can be a heavily trafficked area. As you may recall, Lesley and Tony also found nest 2 on May 14. Keep up the good work, Lesley and Tony.

Nest 6 – May 19, 2022
Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol volunteers, Lucy and Ray Hoover, Carole Heilman and Amy Kashmer located a crawl in front of Camp Saint Christopher’s chapel. Three crab holes helped pinpoint the exact location of the nest. Unfortunately, one egg was lost to the crabs but the 127 remaining eggs were moved to a safer location.

-Submitted by Anne Snelgrove for SITP

(Image credit: SITP)

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Brown & White Pickup May 27 for June


The next monthly Brown & White Pickup is Friday, May 27, 2022. June’s pickup is scheduled for MAY 27.

Bulk items can be left curbside by 7:00 am. Place items including furniture, appliances, grills, lawn furniture, or other similar household items where you would normally leave your trash and recycling.

Hazardous waste such as old paint cans, electronics, batteries, fluorescent lights, and old yard or household chemicals can be taken to the Maintenance Area (adjacent to the Community Garden) that morning between 9:00 am and 2:00 pm. Hazardous materials must be handed directly to the attendant on duty. The materials cannot be left on the ground. 

If you are planning to put bikes out on Brown & White Pickup day, Sarah Quinn is collecting them for the Bicycles for Humanity (B4H) Program. You can call her to pick them up. Her phone number is (843) 768-4407. Sarah has saved more than 1,800 bikes from the landfill! Find out more about B4H here.

Before you put your used furniture or other items on the curb for Brown & White Pickup on Friday, consider recycling it with Sea Island Habitat for Humanity Restore. Contact the store at 843-559-4009 for more information and to arrange for free pick-up of large items.

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Seabrook Island Artist Guild Art and Craft Show – May 29

When: Sunday, May 29, 11 am – 5:00 pm

Where: The Lake House parking lot

Seabrook Island Artist Guild will hold an outdoor Art and Craft Show on Sunday, May 29 beginning at 11:00 am until 5:00 pm. The show will be held in The Lake House parking lot closest to the lake. Many of the items will be for sale. All are encouraged to come out and view art and crafts from some of the best artists on Seabrook Island.

-Submitted by BonnieYounginer

(Image credit: Clipart)

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Lake House Education Series

The Seabrook Island Property Owners Association is hosting three lectures that may be of interest to you. For more information about them, see below. The lectures are:

  • The Science Behind Ortho-Biologics on Thursday, May 26, 2022. There are two options to attend – either at 10:00 am or 1:00 pm. They both will be held in Osprey 2.
  • Seabrook Island Flooding & Drainage Management Presentation on Wednesday, June 1, 2022, at 5:30 pm. It will be held in Live Oak Hall.
  • Good Grief: A Normal and Natural Response to Loss on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, at 5:30 pm. It will be held in Live Oak Hall.

The Science Behind Ortho-Biologics

How non-surgical techniques like PRP and Stem Cells can alleviate pain and heal damaged joints, tendons, and ligaments.

Thursday, May 26, 2022
Osprey 2, The Lake House
Option 1: 10:00 am
Option 2: 1:00 pm

Join Dr. Brad Aylor on Thursday, May 26 as he defines the various non-surgical techniques now used in medicine to alleviate pain, heal and repair.

Dr. Aylor will discuss which methods have proved most effective, how these techniques are administered, and what a patient can expect.

Dr. Brad Aylor, PT, MD (Seabrook resident and Director of Island Center for Functional & Restorative Medicine) is Board Certified in Sports Medicine, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Pain Medicine, and Integrative Medicine. He is also a certified practitioner & instructor with the Institute of Functional Medicine.


Seabrook Island Flooding & Drainage Management Presentation

Wednesday, June 1, 5:30 pm
Live Oak Hall, The Lake House

Our tropical season begins June 1!  Come listen to the experts. Blair Holloway, lead meteorologist at the National Weather Service, will share the sources of flooding in the Seabrook area, including excessive rain, tidal flooding, and storm surge from tropical systems. 

He will speak about the seasonal outlook upon us.  Steve Hirsch, PE, PMP, SIPOA Operations, will update you on the Seabrook Island stormwater drainage projects underway and planned.  He will demonstrate Seabrook tidal flood and storm surge scenarios at the parcel level using online education tools his team has developed.  This event is part of an ongoing Seabrook Island Flood Education Program introduced last year. Complimentary wine will be served from 5:30 pm to 6:00 pm.


Good Grief: A Natural and Normal Response to Loss

Wednesday, June 8, 2022
Live Oak Hall, The Lake House
5:30 pm

 Complimentary wine will be served from 5:30 pm to 6:00 pm 


This presentation by Debbie Easterling will explore loss, grief, and grieving. We will have an interactive and open discussion of why it is difficult to talk about loss and grief – and why it is beneficial to do so. The universality of loss and grief will be emphasized, as it is simply part of the human experience. The goal is to normalize the topic of grief; to move from a grief avoidance perspective to one of grief acceptance and advocacy.

-Submitted by Seabrook Island Property Owners Association

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Kick Off Summer With CSO May 27



Join the Charleston Symphony Orchestra (CSO) for the long-awaited return of Sunset Serenade!

You are cordially invited to the landmark U.S. Custom House in Charleston on May 27, 2022 at 8:00 pm for a free performance to launch the 2022 Piccolo Spoleto Festival. The program features the Charleston Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Principal Pops Conductor and Artistic Director, Yuriy Bekker. 

The program will include popular and festive selections by John Williams, George Gershwin, Georges Bizet and more classical favorites. Arrive early for the complimentary program in partnership with the City of Charleston and enjoy a festive evening as Charleston gathers to celebrate the arts!


-Submitted by Charleston Symphony Orchestra

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Charleston’s Men’s Chorus Memorial Day Concert – May 30

When: Monday, May 30 at 12:00 pm

Where: Cathedral Church of St. Luke and St. Paul, 126 Coming St., Charleston

Cost: $25

Please join the Charleston Men’s Chorus on Memorial Day at the Cathedral of St. Luke and St. Paul as we honor and celebrate in song those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country.

Click here to purchase tickets

-Submitted by Thad Peterson

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Art of Jazz Returns

The Art of Jazz Series Returns!

Enjoy live jazz at the Gibbes Museum of Art!

The Gibbes Museum and Charleston Jazz are teaming up to bring you original compositions inspired by works on view. Enjoy performances by some of Charleston’s most talented musicians. 
Tickets will go fast!  

June 22, 2022
Zandrina Dunning + Stephen Washington 

For information and tickets, click here

July 20, 2022
Kevin Patton Quartet

For information and tickets, click here.

August 24, 2022 
Jamie Slater Trio

For information and tickets, click here

All performances take place at The Gibbes Museum of Art from 6:00 – 7:30 pm. 



-Submitted by Charleston Jazz

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