Gibbes: Chamber Music in the Garden October 2

The Charleston Symphony Chamber Music Series at the Gibbes Museum continues with a special performance featuring American composers in the Lenhardt Garden with the Charleston Symphony String Quartet and Brass Quintet. Please note that masks are required for all visitors both in the garden and in the museum.

When: October 2, 2020 | 7:00 pm—8:00 pm

Price: $30 Members | $40 Non-Members | $15

Click  Chamber Music in the Garden  for more informations and to register.

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Posted in The Arts

Reminder – Thursday Deadline for Candiates

SIPOA needs your help!  Thursday, October 1, 2020 is the deadline to apply for the Board of Directors.


The Seabrook Island Property Owners Association is very fortunate in that it is an effective, well managed, self-governed entity. Self-governance gives each property owner an opportunity to participate in guiding the Association forward. Self-governance allows property owners, as members of their elected Board of Directors, to represent all members of the community and create policies and strategic plans for the current and future needs of the Association. SIPOA’s continued success is dependent on committed property owners who are willing to dedicate their time. Without these dedicated, individual representatives, property owners would have far less impact on the strategic operation of the Island.

The SIPOA Nominating Committee is on the lookout for individuals who want to be part of the solution by serving on the Board of Directors or the Nominating Committee. In February 2021, we need to fill four Board positions each for three-year terms, one Board position for a two-year term, and two Nominating Committee positions for two-year terms.

We are seeking individuals for the Board of Directors who:
– have the ability to work well with others
– understand that all Board members are required to serve in the best interest of all property owners
– have the willingness and ability to commit the required time for Board and Committee duties
– have the ability to evaluate issues and work collaboratively to recommend solutions
– have skillsets, volunteer, board, or professional experience that benefit the community

For the Nominating Committee we need candidates who:
– have a broad social network and a willingness to put in the time needed to identify outstanding candidates
– have an understanding of the roles the Board of Directors and SIPOA committees play in Association governance
– have the ability to evaluate the suitability of candidates to best meet the qualifications for the Board of Directors and Nominating Committee

If interested, click here to find the application form(s) and other information regarding the candidate selection process.

SIPOA Nominating Committee:

Cindy Brown
Greg Iaconis
Melodie Murphy
Julia Thogmartin
Warren Kimball (Chair)

Posted in SIPOA

Update on Absentee Ballots

On Wednesday, September 23, Tidelines published an article about the changes in Absentee Voting. One of the changes concerned the necessity of having a witness sign the ballot before you mail it in.

According to WIS News, a federal lawsuit was filed asking for the required witness signature on an absentee ballot to be waived due to coronavirus concerns. The US District Court waived the signature requirement, but this decision was appealed. The US Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals granted their appeal on Thursday, so the requirement stands that a witness is required. Click here to read the entire article.

Due to this new ruling, we advise everyone to have their ballot witnessed. The witness can be anyone: a friend, a neighbor, a spouse, etc. The ballots will begin to be mailed out on October 3 to the people that have applied for one.

  • If you haven’t applied for an absentee ballot, click here to find out about applying for a ballot.
  • If you have already applied for a ballot, click here to find out the status of your application.

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Posted in In the News

Can’t Touch This!

Seabrook Island Garden Club announces the October 9, 2020 Meeting – Can’t Touch This!

Itch, itch itch! Scratch, scratch, scratch! Did you ever wonder how you got that awful rash when you were outside? Mystery solved!

Find out from The Seabrook Island Garden Club during our Friday, October 9, 2020 Zoom meeting, “Can’t Touch This” with Christopher Burtt, Consumer Horticulture Extension Agent for Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester Counties. There will be a short business meeting at 9:45 am and Chris will start his presentation at 10:00 am.

Now, you must be a member to join the meeting, so don’t be itchy and scratchy, join the garden club today by emailing us at seabrookislandgardenclub@gmail.com. After you have joined we will send you a Zoom link a few days before the October 9 meeting.

The club has so many exciting events planned for our 2020-2021 season. If you have a rash or just have an active interest in horticulture and artistic design, community beautification, ecology and philanthropy, the Seabrook Island Garden Club is the place for you. Looking for more answers or ideas? Access our brand new blog at https://sigardenclub.blogspot.com/ or click here.

“The 2020-21 Seabrook Island Garden Club: More for Your Membership”

-Submitted by Cindy Zock, Seabrook Island Garden Club

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Posted in Organizations on Seabrook

CCPRC Lowcountry Trail Half Marathon & 5K

CCPRC Lowcountry Trail Half Marathon & 5K
Johns Island County Park
2662 Mullet Hall Road, just off River Road
Saturday, October 10

Prepare for a scenic Johns Island trail run at the annual Lowcountry Trail Half Marathon and 5K. The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission (CCPRC) is thrilled to invite runners back to Johns Island County Park for the race on Saturday, October 10.

Runners will take in spectacular foliage, moss-draped oaks and wildlife as they make your way through Johns Island’s breathtaking trails. Races are offered for two distances: a half marathon and 5K. The 5K begins at 8:00 am. The half marathon will begin at 8:30 am.

Pre-registration is required and ends by phone at 5:30 pm and online at 11:59 pm Wednesday, September 30. On-site registration will not be available. Spaces are limited and the event is expected to sell out in advance.

Participants ages 10-15 can register for the 5K but must be accompanied by an adult chaperone. Ages 10-15 can register for the half marathon, but they must accompanied by a registered parent or guardian who is also running the half marathon. Dogs are not allowed on the course.

Click here for more information and online registration.

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Posted in Events, Health and Wellness, Kids event

PURE Theatre – Season 18: Season of Hope

It’s all happening! The moment you’ve been stuck inside daydreaming about for months! Without any further ado, we are thrilled to announce a brand-new season for a whole new world. Please join us for a brilliant journey through the aspirations and inspirations of some of the world’s most influential people. We’ll also revel in the quiet victories found in quiet lives. From performances on a world stage to private conversations had in life’s tiniest moments, Season 18: Season of Hope celebrates all the funny, insightful, dedicated, ambitious, loving ways that we are human, and reminds us all to “take heart, we are made for these times.”

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Posted in The Arts

A Message from SEADOG’s Board of Directors

It has recently come to the attention of the SEADOG’s Board that several dogs who regularly visit the beach have come down with kennel cough. Kennel cough is a highly contagious respiratory illness that is much like the human cold and can cause severe coughing in our canine family members.

Most of the dogs who have become ill are up to date on their vaccines, including bordetella (the standard kennel cough vaccine). Unfortunately, as some of you may be aware, the bordetella vaccine covers a majority, but not 100%, of the causes of kennel cough. Kennel cough is highly contagious and spreads by close contact and the sharing of toys and water/food bowls.

Common symptoms of kennel cough include; a strong cough (often with a “honking” sound), a runny nose, sneezing, lethargy, loss of appetite, and a low fever. The SEADOG’s Board of Directors wants to pass this information along in order to try to stop the spread.

Dogs experiencing any of the above symptoms should be isolated from other dogs. If your dog does show any of the above symptoms, we would recommend that you contact your veterinarian and follow their advice. We hope that this will help limit the number of pets that become ill. Thank you.

-Submitted by Martha Goldstein for The SEADOG’s Board of Directors

Posted in Nature, Organizations on Seabrook

Register to Vote

Are you new to South Carolina or have you been here a while and have not had a chance to register to vote?  Today is not the only day you can register, but Tuesday, September 24, is set aside to heighten awareness of voter registration and includes several additional locations where you can register.

If you can’t make it today, go to scvotes.org to see where you can register as well as what you will need to bring with you.  Registration closes 30 days before the election, so time is running out!


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Posted in In the News, Organizations

Candlelight Tour at the Aiken-Rhett House in October

There’s something about an early evening tour by candlelight through the iconic Aiken-Rhett House in the fall. Come experience the ambiance of this preserved-as-found antebellum house and its outbuildings including the kitchen house, the original slave quarters, and the carriage block on a candlelight tour during the month of October.

Tours are offered on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from October 1 through October 30, 2020 at 6:00 pm, 6:30 pm and 7:00 pm. Adult ticketholders may also enjoy a glass of wine. Tickets are $25 each and advance purchase is required. Capacity for each time slot is very limited. Masks are required to be worn. Click here for ticket information.

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Posted in Events, History

The Lake House Class Information

New Class Beginning Thursday, October 1, 2020
30/30 Cardio & Stretch
Thursdays at 12:00 pm

This combo class will offer 30 minutes of Cardio Mix followed by 30 minutes of Pure Stretch. It will begin with high-energy interval training that combines athletic aerobic movements with strength and stabilization exercises. Finish with stretching to improve range of motion, release tension, and stimulate circulation. Join Melissa Durinsky for this new class.

 Class Location Change for Splashers and Water Aerobics

Splashers and Water Aerobics classes will return to the Indoor (Fitness) Pool Monday through Friday beginning Thursday, October 1, 2020.

Additional Splashers/Water Aerobics Classes
Monday through Friday at 12:00 pm
The entire month of October

Please note, during Splashers, Water Aerobics, and Deep Water Aerobics classes, the Indoor Pool will be closed due to COVID capacity restrictions.

Indoor Pool Schedule

Monday:
8:00 am – Splashers
12:00 pm – Splashers

Tuesday:
8:00 am – Water Aerobics
12:00 pm – Water Aerobics
4:00 pm – Deep Water Aerobics

Wednesday:
8:00 am – Splashers
12:00 pm – Splashers
4:00 pm – Deep Water Aerobics

Thursday:
8:00 am – Water Aerobics
12:00 pm – Water Aerobics
4:00pm – Deep Water Aerobics

Friday:
8:00 am – Water Aerobics
12:00 pm – Water Aerobics

Lake House Class Cancelations

Gentle & Restorative Yoga will be canceled on Wednesday, October 21, 2020

-Submitted by Jamie Mixson, Manager, The Lake House

Posted in Lake House

South Carolina Aquarium’s 5th Annual Turtle Trek – Virtual 5K

Run for the turtles, no matter where you are! The South Carolina Aquarium Turtle Trek goes virtual from Saturday October 3 – Saturday October 10, 2020.

Whether you’re running through your neighborhood, in your local park or even on a treadmill, you can still show your support for sea turtles. Anyone, anywhere can participate! You choose your own route, your own starting time, and your own pace.

Proceeds from the 5th Annual Turtle Trek support the Sea Turtle Care Center and the Aquarium’s conservation initiatives.

5K Remote Runners have the option to self time your run by using the Race Joy app or submitting your time through the Run Sign Up results page. Runners will be emailed a digital bib to use for timing. Additionally, Remote Runners will receive a mailed race t-shirt and commemorative 5 year finisher medal before October 3.

Don’t forget to share your pictures and race time using #turtletrek.

Learn more and register by clicking here. 

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Posted in Fundraisers, Sports

Seabrookers Are Reading…

Even though it’s possible to venture out in our “new normal,” reading will likely continue to be a favored pastime of Seabrookers. We hope you’ll continue to send us titles. Here is the latest installment from our readers:

Searching for Sylvie Lee
by Jean Kwok
A poignant and suspenseful drama that untangles the complicated ties binding three women–two sisters and their mother–in one Chinese immigrant family and explores what happens when the eldest daughter disappears, and a series of family secrets emerge. (2019, 317 pgs; Fiction)

All the Devils Are Here
by Louise Penny
Penny’s 16th novel featuring Chief Inspector Armand Gamache of the Sûreté du Quebec finds him investigating a sinister plot in the City of Light. In order to find the truth, Gamache will have to decide whether he can trust his friends, his colleagues, his instincts, his own past. (2020, 439 pgs; Fiction)

The Castle on Sunset
by Shawn Levy
Levy recounts the wild revelries and scandalous liaisons, the creative breakthroughs and marital breakdowns, the births and deaths that the Chateau has been a party to. The result is a glittering tribute to Hollywood as seen from inside the walls of its most hallowed hotel. (2019, 366 pgs; Nonfiction)

Last Boat Out of Shanghai
by Helen Zia
The dramatic, real-life stories of four young people caught up in the mass exodus of Shanghai in the wake of China’s 1949 Communist Revolution–a precursor to the struggles faced by emigrants today. (2019, 499 pgs; Nonfiction)

Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation (1838-1839)
by Fanny Kemble
In 1863, Kemble published an account of her plantation experience, “Journal of a Residence on a Georgia Plantation,” in a very successful attempt to influence British public opinion against the Confederate states. This piece circulated among abolitionists prior to the American Civil War and was published in England and the United States once the war broke out.

Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood
by Trevor Noah
The compelling, inspiring, and comically sublime story of one man’s coming-of-age, set during the twilight of apartheid and the tumultuous days of freedom that followed. (2016, 288 pgs; Memoir)

Fair Warning
by Michael Connelly
Veteran reporter Jack McEvoy has taken down killers before, but when a woman he had a one-night stand with is murdered in a particularly brutal way, McEvoy realizes he might be facing a criminal mind unlike any he’s ever encountered. McEvoy investigates – against the warnings of the police and his own editor – and makes a shocking discovery that connects the crime to other mysterious deaths across the country. (2020, 399 pgs; Fiction)

We look forward to hearing about the books you or your book club recommend.

  • Include your name (although it will not be published), the title, and author of the book you are recommending and email this to Tidelines at seabrookislandblog@gmail.com. (You may be able to click on the email address to open a new message.)
  • For audiobooks, include the name of the narrator.
  • Tidelines editors will provide a blurb to tell a little about the book and add the book jacket image.
  • Publication is at the discretion of Tidelines editors.

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Posted in Books