Do You Know There’s an Interactive Map of Seabrook Island?

There is a very handy interactive map of Seabrook Island available here or you can click on the map shown below. You can search for regimes, shopping, dining, and beach access points.

Click on the icons along the right side and information will be populated on the map. In the map above, the beachball icon reveals the beach access points. You can zoom in for a closer look or out to get a broader perspective. Bookmark the page for easy access next time or go to the Tidelines website and type “Interactive Map of Seabrook” in the Search bar on the right.

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Posted in Seabrook Island Club

New Stores In Freshfields

Freshfields has announced the opening of two stores:

Noddy, a unique, local southern goods store, offers a curated collection of products made by southerners.  It is located at 574 Freshfields Drive where WonderWorks used to be.  For more information about the store, click here.

Palmetto Scent Studio is offering Christmas in July. You can make a custom-poured item that uses one of the holiday scents. Reservations are required by clicking here. They are located at  211 Farm Lake View next to Cantina 76. For more information about their store, click here.

Please visit the Freshfields website for an updated list of safety precautions including mask requirements while in retail and restaurant establishments.  You can also view the directory, hours of operations, events, and promotions.

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History of Charleston – Twelfth of the Series

Our Tidelines post on Saturday, April 18, congratulated Charleston on its 350th Anniversary. Click here to read the post.

The Post and Courier is running a series of articles about the history of Charleston to commemorate the 350th Anniversary beginning in 1670 when the first settlers arrived in Charleston Harbor. We will be posting a link to each article of the series as it becomes available.

To read this twelfth article, “Great Fire of 1740 Sparks Decade of Rebuilding Charles Town,” click here.

To read the previous eleven articles, go to our website, www.tidelinesblog.com, and type “history” in the search box.

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(Image credit:  Leroy Burnell. The historic, two-level George Eveleigh House provides a glimpse of Charleston living in the 18th century.)

Posted in In the News

Seabrookers Are Cooking

SAC banner mbfAre you getting tired of your tried and true recipes? Are you looking for simple, quick options? We know Seabrookers are cooking! Here are the recipes sent recently to Tidelines:

Watermelon and Arugula Salad

Pan-Seared Tuna

Fresh Corn Salsa

Do you have a favorite recipe to share? Send it to us at seabrookislandblog@gmail.com, either transcribed into the body of the email or attached as a word processing document. We will publish what you send us with the caveat that we won’t be testing all of them… you’ll need to do that part! We look forward to receiving and sharing your favorite recipes.

Bon appétit!

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Get to Know SIPOA.org: Visitor & Guest Information

SIPOA Banner June 2018

Summer is here and that means more visitors and guests will be coming to Seabrook Island. For many visitors and guests it will be their first time here and it’s important to have information about the rules and regulations on the island readily available to newcomers.

To that end, the SIPOA.org website offers information about safety rules and regulations, visitor access and parking, beach rules, renting a LSV and island amenities.

screen shot sipoa.org visitors tab (july 2020)

To be certain your visitors and guests are up on the latest island information, go to the Seabrook Island Property Owners Association website where you can find that information. Look for the ‘Visitors & Guests’ tab.

And to help expedite your visitor’s arrival at the front gate, be sure to familiarize them with the arrival procedures using the QR code system. Details about visitor passes can be found in a previous Tidelines post by clicking here.

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Nighttime Lane Closure on Maybank Highway July 12

Charleston County announced nighttime lane closures begin Sunday, July 12, 2020, for the Maybank Highway at River Road Improvements Project. Expect a lane shift from Johns Island to James Island and a lane closure westbound from James Island to Johns Island between 9:00 pm and 6:00 am. This will only happen on Sunday night and will occur weather permitting.

Visit the official website here for public meeting notices and up-to-date news and information about all Charleston County Transportation Sales Tax road projects. Anyone with questions about the project can call Charleston County’s Public Works Department at (843) 202-6137.

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Posted in Traffic

CJO Jazz on the Screen – August 22

Jazz On The Screen
Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
Charleston, SC

Whether to capture our attention with instantly recognizable theme songs, transport us to different worlds, or guide us on an emotional journey, music plays an essential part of the storytelling process in both television and film. Through the use of recurring melodic themes or even just a two-note motif, music provokes a heightened emotional response, adding life to a story and becoming engrained into our memories. From the small screen to the silver screen, your Charleston Jazz Orchestra will revisit some of the most memorable musical moments in film and television.

Saturday, August 22 , 2020
Shows:  6:00 pm and 8:00 pm

Tickets: $25 – $62 | Senior (65+) + Student Rates Available

Buy Tickets:
Tickets can also be purchased at CharlestonJazz.com or by calling Charleston Jazz Box Office at 843-641-0011.

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(Image Credit:  CVB website)

Posted in The Arts

Gibbes Museum: Mindful Practice and the Creative Arts July 29

Gibbes Museum LogoInterested in how the arts and humanities can be applied to mindful practices? MUSC professors Drs. Cindy Dodds and Lisa Kerr will present tools for physical, cognitive, and emotional learning and healing using visual thinking strategies and creative writing exercises in this virtual workshop.

Wednesday, July 29, 2020  6:00 – 7:00 pm

These exercises are frequently applied in health care education but can easily be used by individuals to develop observation skills, center thoughts, and explore emotions in a variety of circumstances. Dr. Dodds and Dr. Kerr will lead participants through two examples as they explain the positive effects of the creative arts for us all.

Click here to register. $15 Members | $20 Non-Members

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Posted in Health and Wellness, The Arts

Gibbes Museum: Art of Jazz-July 16

Gibbes Art of Jazz July 2020

The Gibbes Museum and Charleston Jazz are delighted to share the virtual series From the Archives: Art of Jazz Edition. Due to COVID-19, as an alternative to live and in person performances, each month Charleston Jazz releases a full Art of Jazz performance on Facebook and YouTube.

Enjoy The Absolutes from the comfort of home on Thursday, July 16, 2020 from 7:00 – 8:00 pm. Admission is free. The Absolutes originally performed live on August 15, 2018.  For more information and links to the performance, click here.

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Posted in The Arts

History of Charleston – Eleventh of the Series

Our Tidelines post on Saturday, April 18, congratulated Charleston on its 350th Anniversary. Click here to read the post.

The Post and Courier is running a series of articles about the history of Charleston to commemorate the 350th Anniversary beginning in 1670 when the first settlers arrived in Charleston Harbor. We will be posting a link to each article of the series as it becomes available.

To read this eleventh article, “Decade of Prosperity Ends with Heavy Toll for Charles Town” click here.

To read the previous ten articles, go to our website, www.tidelinesblog.com and type “history” in the search box.

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(Image credit: Middleton Place, provided to the Post and Courier)

Posted in In the News

King Tide in the Charleston Area August 18-20

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is leading the South Carolina King Tides initiative to document the effect that extreme tide events have on our state’s beaches, coastal waterways, private property and public infrastructure.

Remember to clean off the drains near your home before predicted King Tides and if your home is prone to flooding, you might want to prepare your basement / garage for flooding.

2020 Predicted King Tides:
August 18-20
September 15-21
October 14-20
November 13-18
December 13-16

What is a King Tide?
The term King Tide is a non-scientific term often used to describe exceptionally high tides. Higher than normal tides typically occur during a new or full moonand when the Moon is at perigee, or during specific seasons around the country. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), develops annual astronomical tide predictions (which take into account the gravitational pull of the moon and sun on Earth’s oceans) at over 200 locations in South Carolina. Water levels may, however, exceed predicted heights due to precipitation, onshore winds, and other short-term meteorological events.

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Governor Prohibits Alcohol Sales in Bars, Restaurants after 11 pm

Gov. McMaster Prohibits Alcohol Sales at Bars & Restaurants After 11 pm 

During today’s media briefing, Governor McMaster issued a new executive order prohibiting the sale of alcoholic beverages after 11 pm in South Carolina restaurants and bars. The order will take effect at 11 pm tomorrow, Saturday, July 11, 2020.

This order does not apply to the sale of alcohol at wine and liquor stores, retail establishments, or grocery/convenience stores.

A copy of the press release is available here.

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Posted in In the News