Preservation Society of Charleston: Homes, History and Architecture October 3 – November 2

The Preservation Society of Charleston presents

The Fall Tours –
Homes, History & Architecture
October 3 through November 2
147 King Street, Charleston SC

Click here to visit their website or call 843-722-4630 for information and tickets.

Experience Charleston’s stunning private houses, intimate gardens, churches, and public buildings.

Traditional Private Home and Garden Tours: Traditional self-guided tours will take guests inside some of the city’s most unique and exquisite private houses and gardens. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 2:00 – 5:00 pm.

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Reminder-Blood Drive Today

Don’t forget the Seabrook Island’s Community Blood Drive is scheduled for today, Thursday, September 19, 2019, from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm at the Lake House. The loss of nearly 1200 units of blood due to hurricane Dorian makes this drive especially urgent.

Please call Pep Logan 843-768-0334 to make an appointment or walk-in at your convenience.

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Posted in Lake House, Organizations

Gibbes Museum: Mary Whyte Lecture – October 25

Gibbes Mary Whyte Sept 2019

In 2010, internationally renowned artist Mary Whyte set out on a mission to paint fifty large-scale watercolor portraits of what it means to be an American veteran today. Over seven years in the making, We The People: Portraits of Veterans in America, took her across the United States. On that journey, she met men and women of all ages and from all walks of life, and had the opportunity to paint some of our country’s truest patriots. Join us to hear more about her experience and her inspiration for the exhibit.

We The People: Portraits of Veterans in America will launch October 25, 2019 at the City Gallery in Charleston, South Carolina and run until December 22. Click here to purchase tickets. The cost is $20 for members, $25 for non-members, and $10 for student or faculty with valid ID.

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Posted in The Arts

Fleming Tennis Tournament Registration Deadline Extended

Registration for the Alan Fleming Senior Open Clay Court State Championship Tennis Tournament has been extended until Sunday, September 22, 2019.  The Tournament benefits Blessing Basket.

With summer and hurricane Dorian in the rearview mirror, it is tennis time on Seabrook Island as the 36th annual Alan Fleming Senior Open Clay Court State Championship Tennis Tournament nears. The tournament runs October 2-6 at the Seabrook Island Racquet Club.

The deadline for registering has been extended due to the storm. Registration is open until 5:00 pm, September 22. To register, visit www.usta.com The tournament ID is 700053619. Additional information can be found at alanflemingtournament.net

-Submitted by Patti and Dale Leibach

Posted in Events, Organizations on Seabrook

The Point Presents Camp for a Cause Lowcountry Barn Bash – October 4

The Point Barn Bash

Click here for tickets. Registration is limited!
Event is rain or shine!

October 4, 2019
5:30 – 8:30 pm
Selkirk Plantation
2000 Heron Island Way
Wadmalaw Island, SC 29487

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Gaillard Center: CSO Pops October 12

Gaillard Music-of-the-Movies Sept 2019Gaillard Center
Music of the Movies
October 12, 2019
7:30 pm

Lights, camera, action! The Charleston Symphony debuts the 2019-2020 Pops season with a collection of the best music ever to play on the big screen, including themes from Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Rocky, Gone with the Wind, Titanic, Forrest Gump, Saving Private Ryan, and much more.

Click here to purchase tickets.

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Seabrookers Are Reading…

We’ve had a tremendous response from our readers. Below is the first installment of what we hope will be a regular feature.  Let us hear about the books you’re reading.

The One-in-a-Million Boy by Monica Gates
After his eleven-year-old son dies, guitarist Quinn Porter does yard work for an aged Lithuanian immigrant, Ona Vitkus, whom his son had often visited and comes to a resolution about his son’s death as Ona discusses his son’s capacity to listen and learn. (2016, 323 pgs; fiction)

Folly Beach by Dorothea Benton Frank
Returning to Folly Beach, her childhood home, newly widowed Cate Cooper, whose late husband’s financial exploits have left her homeless and broke, discovers that it is possible to go home again and discover the person she was meant to become. (2011, 358 pgs; fiction)

The All Souls Trilogy by Deborah Harkness
(Includes A Discovery of Witches, Shadow of Night, and The Book of Life)
Deep in the stacks of Oxford’s Bodleian Library, young scholar Diana Bishop unwittingly calls up a bewitched alchemical manuscript in the course of her research. Descended from an old and distinguished line of witches, Diana wants nothing to do with sorcery; so after a furtive glance and a few notes, she banishes the book to the stacks. But her discovery sets a fantastical underworld stirring, and a horde of daemons, witches, and vampires soon descends upon the library. Diana has stumbled upon a coveted treasure lost for centuries-and she is the only creature who can break its spell. The story continues in the next two books. (2011, 579 pgs; fiction)

The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele Richardson
Cussy Mary Carter is the last of her kind, her skin the color of a blue damselfly in these dusty hills. But that doesn’t mean she’s got nothing to offer. As a member of the Pack Horse Library Project, Cussy delivers books to the hill folk of Troublesome, hoping to spread learning in these desperate times. But not everyone is so keen on Cussy’s family or the Library Project, and the hardscrabble Kentuckians are quick to blame a Blue for any trouble in their small town. (2019, 308 pgs; fiction)

The Fever Tree by Jennifer McVeigh
South Africa, 1880. Frances Irvine, destitute in the wake of her father’s sudden death, is forced to abandon her life of wealth and privilege in London and emigrate to the Cape. In this remote and inhospitable land she becomes entangled with two very different men, leading her into the dark heart of the diamond mines. Torn between passion and integrity, she makes a choice that has devastating consequences. (2013, 425 pgs; fiction)

Share the joy of reading with other Seabrookers and learn about some noteworthy titles! We welcome your submissions. Click here for more information.

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Mosquito Spraying Tonight Tuesday September 17

PUBLIC NOTICE

Charleston County Mosquito Control spraying scheduled for Tue. Sept. 17th – Wed. Sept. 18th

Charleston County Mosquito Control has scheduled a spray truck for Zone “K2,” which includes the Town of Seabrook Island. The treatment is scheduled to take place overnight beginning after 11:00 PM on Tuesday, September 17th, and will be completed prior to 7:00 AM on Wednesday, September 18th (weather permitting).
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For more information about the Mosquito Control program, please visit Charleston County Mosquito Control.

To request a mosquito treatment in the future, click here to read directions on how to report the problem.

-Submitted by Joseph M. Cronin, Town Administrator, Town of Seabrook Island

 

 

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Bochicket Rd at Edenvale Rd Closed Due To A Fire

Chief Fire Marshal Ryan Kunitzer, St. John’s Fire District, just tweeted that Bohicket Road is closed in the 2800 block – near Edenvale Rd.  This is due to a structure fire.

He suggests that if you need to get off or on the island, you should use an alternate route.

Follow us on Twitter at TidelinesAlert to receive instant information about traffic issues as we receive it.

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KAC Piano Bar: The Joy Project – September 25

Kiawah Arts Piano Bar Fall 2019

The first of the fall Kiawah Arts Council’s Piano Bar Series will feature The Joy Project on Wednesday, September 25, 2019 from 5:00 – 7:00 pm at The Sandcastle. There is no charge and tickets are not required

Not meant to be concerts, Wednesday Piano Bars are times meant to enjoy with friends and offer an opportunity to meet neighbors outside your comfort circle for some Island socializing at the Sandcastle.  Bring your beverage of choice and any snack to “tide” you over.

Other Fall 2019 Piano Bar series events are:

  • Wednesday, October 16: Gary Pecorella
  • Wednesday, November 20: Tim Hockenberry

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Posted in Events, The Arts

Benefit for Respite Care Charleston Rescheduled – October 3

RCC Sunset Sonata Aug 2019“Dancing through the Decades,” a “throwback prom” to benefit Respite Care Charleston’s services for those living with Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia, has been postponed until Thursday, October 3, 2019 due to the impacts of Hurricane Dorian.

The prom will be held at Mt. Pleasant Waterfront Park’s Cooper River Room at 7:00 pm and will feature a silent auction, heavy hors d’oeuvres, an open bar with a signature prom cocktail, and dance contests for songs from the 1950’s, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s.

Tickets are $75 per person and may be purchased online at www.RespiteCareCharleston.org.  Guests are encouraged to dress in prom attire from the decade they like best!

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SINHG Announces Fall Evening Program Schedule

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The Seabrook Island Natural History Group (SINHG) launches its fall series of Evening Programs on October 10, 2019 to explore “From Walled City To Reconstruction,” a survey of 200 years of Charleston history presented by Katherine Pemberton of Historic Charleston Foundation. The city’s role in the American Revolution will be the focus of November’s program, “The Little Known Charleston Tea Party,” presented by historian John Young.

The Evening Program series will return after the holidays with programs from January to April on topics ranging from protecting coastal marine life to a virtual visit to Charleston’s unique College Of The Building Arts. The complete schedule and pre-registration for Evening Programs is available at sinhg.org by clicking on the Events tab.

SINHG Evening Programs at the Lake House are open to all island residents and their guests, and are offered at no charge to SINHG members. There is a $5 charge for non-SINHG guests.

-Submitted by Norm Powers

Posted in Organizations on Seabrook, SINHG