CCPRC: Friday Night Boogie

The Mount Pleasant Pier will be rockin’ with the sounds of DJ Jim Bowers spinning a variety of unforgettable oldies and beach music classics.

2018 Schedule  – 7-11 pm

  • May 11
  • June 8
  • July 13
Image of people dancing on the Mount Pleasant Pier during Friday Night Boogie

Admission fee applies, purchase in advance or at the gate. Click here to Purchase advance general admission

Event Details

  • You must be 21 years of age to gain entry into the event, and photo ID is required.
  • Online registration ends at midnight on the day before each event. On the day of the event, admission can be purchased by calling 843-795-4386 by 2 p.m. or at the event gate if available.
  • No refunds issued or rain dates scheduled. If an event is cancelled due to inclement weather, your receipt will be good for any other 2018 Friday Night Boogie.
  • Food and beverages will be available for purchase. ID is required to purchase alcohol.
  • Chairs are welcome, as seating is limited.
  • Outside alcohol, food, and coolers are prohibited.
  • No pets allowed.

We reserve the right to use photos or videos taken of visitors while they are at Charleston County Park & Recreation Commission facilities or events for publicity purposes. Park schedules and fees are subject to change without notice.

(Photo credit:  CCPRC website)

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Yoga for a Cause

On Saturday, Natasha Stevens led a yoga practice at the Ocean Terrace for the Seabrook Island chapter of Backpack Buddies. 25 people attended, over $400 was raised.

-Submitted by Natasha Stevens

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Seabrook Supports Habitat for Humanity’s Annual Women’s Build

A number of Seabrook Women came out to support Habitat for Humanity’s annual Women’s Build.  Women’s Build is a week-long event that take place each spring where women work together to build a Habitat home.  We hope to see some of you there next year.  All you have to bring is enthusiasm and a willingness to learn from construction experts!

Seabrookers worked throughout the week on the project and you could really see the house taking shape over the course of the week – – trusses and the roof going up, siding and windows being installed.  Below please find pictures from Thursday’s team.  Many thanks to all who supported the 2018 Women’s Build!

(Image credit:  Habitat for Humanity website)

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Annual Collection for Migrant Workers

During seasonal harvesting months, many migrants come to the Sea Islands. In collaboration with Our Lady of Mercy Outreach, MUSC, Roper Hospital and other health agencies, Holy Spirit Catholic Church is collecting new or slightly used: long sleeved cotton T- shirts for men and women (all sizes); flat twin or queen sheets; and towels. Donations are currently being accepted through May 15th. Please bring your donation to the Holy Spirit Catholic Church Parish Hall, which is across the parking lot from the Church.  The Church is located at 3871 Betsy Kerrison Parkway.  Thank you!

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Agenda for Town Council Meeting April 24

The Seabrook Island Town Council will meet tomorrow at 2:30 pm at the Seabrook Island Town Hall, 2001 Seabrook Island Road.

Click here to review the agenda for the April 24 meeting.

–Submitted by Faye Allbritton, Town Clerk

Comments or questions should be directed to the Town of Seabrook Island

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Lake House Class Information

Water Aerobics will be canceled on Thursday, April 26th.

We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you in advance for your understanding.

-Submitted by the Lake House

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Sippin’ Sangria on the Stono- April 29

Sippin’ Sangria on the Stono is presented by the education committee of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League to benefit the David and Karen Stahl Memorial Music Scholarship

Sunday, April 29, 2018
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Make sure your name is in the paella pan by making a reservation now. Go to, click on “events” and then “Paella Party”. Cost is $65 per person. Your name will then be on the list at the check-in that day. (No tickets will be issued.)

The site of this marvelous Spanish party is The Island House on Swygert Rd, Johns Island (just off River Road, between Maybank and Main – look for the brass propeller).

Not only will you experience authentic paella, you will be served sangria and other Spanish wines. Music entertainment will be furnished by Tony (CSO First Trumpet) and a guitarist. Watch the sun set on the Stono River.

There will be a raffle of specially imported Spanish items!

By attending, you will be supporting the David and Karen Stahl Scholarship Fund. This special scholarship goes to a high school senior entering college in the fall who intends to study music.

Questions? Call Julie Fenimore at 843-571-6593 or email her at

Submitted by Patricia Tully

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Balance Semi Private Series Continues in May

Wednesdays: May 2, 9, 16, and 23

3:00 pm to 4:00 pm – Balance Level 1
4:15 pm to 5:15 pm – Core Essentials: More Balance Challenges

Are you ready to increase your core work?

Time to take it to the next level by challenging and improving your balance, strength and posture and join Alison Standard for the Balance Semi Private Series.

Balance is an essential component in the quest to age powerfully, confidently and fit. The fact is that all functional movements require a working balance system. Activities as basic as getting up out of a chair, to walking, climbing stairs, dancing, jogging, playing games such as golf, tennis and pickle ball and this list can go on. Good balance prevents injury, improves athletic performance, provides confidence and assists in performing the activities of daily life.

All class members at all skill levels will continue to benefit from the limited class size and the individual instruction and attention they will receive from Alison. Please note, spots in semi-private series are limited and preregistration is required. There is minimum of 6 and a maximum of 10 participants.

The cost per semi-private series is $40 per participant. Please note, registration for a series includes all four classes at the same time on the same day throughout May. These workshops are not included in the monthly class pass. There are no refunds. Fee will be charged to your Property Owner/Club Account.

For more information or to register for one of the semi-private series, please email Alison Standard at Please make sure to include which series (Level 1 or Core Essentials) you would like to register for, as well as your Property Owner/Club Account.

Thank you!

Submitted by The Lake House

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Freshfields Village: Sea Island Food Truck Rodeo – May 5

05/05/2018, Noon to 4:00 PM at the Freshfields Village Green

Come on out for the Sea Island Food Truck Rodeo on Saturday, May 5 from 12:00 to 4:00 pm. Enjoy a variety of cuisine from local food trucks along with live music by Blue Grass Gadgets, a silent auction, beer and wine by FortyEight – A Wine Bar. All proceeds benefit Kiawah Women’s Foundation in support of local charities.

Participating food trucks include:

Booze Pops
Happy Thai
Bacon Me Crazy
Caribbean Creole
Dough Boyz
Cooking Carolina Pit BBQ
Cory’s Grilled Cheese

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Boardwalk 1A (Bobcat Trail) Closed Indefinitely


Boardwalk 1A (Bobcat Trail) will be closed indefinitely due to safety concerns.  The boardwalk is in SIPOA’s capital plans for consideration in 2019, however due to weather events and age, it has deteriorated more rapidly than anticipated. The General Operations and Maintenance Committee (GOMC) along with SIPOA staff have reviewed the condition of this boardwalk and feel that it is becoming unsafe due to deteriorating deck boards and structural supports.  In upcoming months GOMC will research and review options and timelines, and bring their recommendations to the Board for consideration.

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The Atlantic Cup – May 22-26

The Atlantic Cup is returning to Charleston! From May 22nd- 26th, visit Charleston City Marina where the boats will be docked to prepare for the race. You may even get a chance to talk to some the sailors about the race!

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Ever wonder what our firefighters do?

A Firefighter’s Day

Perhaps a few of you have wondered just what our firefighters do all day. Some of you probably think that they are sitting around the station watching sports and eating snacks that you bring them. The average Seabrooker might be quite surprised at what the typical day looks like.

First of all, they work 24 hours on and have 48 hours off. The crew arrives at the station a little before 8 am on the day of their shift. The firefighters coming off tell them about any problems or issues that have come up. The first thing that the new crew of 4 has to do when they get there is to check every single piece of equipment on the truck, right down to the smallest detail- which includes starting the truck. It is up to the Officer of the Day to record in the daily log that the check had been completed. This is done at every shift change, which means once each day.  That takes over an hour of their time. Then a quick breakfast and on to the rest of the day’s work. Continue reading

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