Monthly Archives: January 2016

Rosebank Revival Repeating?

Tidelines has learned from a well-placed source that Sidi Limehouse intends to re-open his Rosebank Farms stand in the spring at its most recent location on Betsy Kerrison Parkway. This counters widespread beliefs based on older statements from Rosebank officials that last year would be the final one … Continue reading

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Living for the City: The Music of Stevie Wonder – March 26th

LIVING FOR THE CITY: The Music of Stevie Wonder at the Charleston Music Hall on March 26th at 5:00 and 8:00pm. Armed with a roster stacked with some of the most talented musicians in South Carolina, the Charleston Jazz Orchestra, … Continue reading

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Summary: Safety & Security Committee Meeting

The SIPOA Safety & Security meeting was held on January 6, 2016 at the SIPOA office on Landfall way. The following is an abridged summary of the minutes from that meeting. Chairman’s remarks and discussion: *  SIPOA Safety & Security officer … Continue reading

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Town’s Phone and Computer Service Expected to Resume Tuesday

According to Mayor Ron Ciancio, the Town’s phone and computer service was interrupted today (January 25th) but is expected to return to normal overnight. —Tidelines Editor

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Comcast Service Interruption

UPDATE – 8:46 pm Comcast reports that the repair window has been extended overnight. Comcast is reporting a widespread service outage for many parts of Charleston County, including James Island, parts of West Ashley, Johns Island, Kiawah and Seabrook. The … Continue reading

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Ovation Concert Series – From Paris, with Love – February 13th

Ovation Concert Series – From Paris, with Love The final Ovation concert of the season from Chamber Music of Charleston brings us to Paris for a romantic evening of chamber music for piano and strings. Guests can choose Bistro Table … Continue reading

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Black History Month Celebrated at Middleton Place – February 1-28

Black History Month Celebrated at Middleton Place Celebrate Black History Month at Middleton Place with daily Beyond The Fields Walking Tours and view Eliza’s House where an exhibit focusing on the daily lives of slaves and their work “beyond the … Continue reading

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Seabrook Genealogy Group to Meet January 27th

Just a reminder that the Seabrook genealogy group, Digging Into Roots Together (D.I.R.T.), will meet this coming Wednesday, 27 January 2016 from 1:30 to 3:30 pm in Osprey 2 at the Lake House. This week, Lynn Baker will talk to us about preserving, scanning … Continue reading

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Agenda for Town Council Meeting: January 26th

Mayor Ron Ciancio has submitted the agenda for the Town Council Meeting scheduled for January 26th. Click here for Agenda —Forwarded by Faye Albritton

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SIPOA Planning Committee Meeting Summary

The Planning Committee (PC) of the Seabrook Island Property Owners Association (SIPOA) met on January 12, 2016 at the Lake House. A report from the Audubon subcommittee stated the group will begin stage 2 planning and development of actions items. … Continue reading

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Bobcats & Coyotes – An Interesting Story

                    The Post and Courier recently ran an article about bobcats and coyotes that was very informative.  Jim Jordan, the town of Kiawah Wildlife Biologist, has led a GPS study about … Continue reading

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Cupid’s Undie Run – February 13th

Cupid’s Undie Run This Valentine’s Day weekend, come put the hilarity in charity with hundreds of half-naked runners taking to the streets in celebration of their fundraising for the Children’s Tumor Foundation. Be a part of something great. Last year … Continue reading

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