Reminder: Brown & White Pickup Friday, April 1

Friday, April 1, is your opportunity to take advantage of the now-monthly Brown & unnamed (4)White pick-up day. Bulk items can be left curbside (where you would normally leave your trash/recycling), including furniture, appliances, grills, lawn furniture, or other similar household items. Hazardous waste such as old paint cans, electronics, batteries, fluorescent lights, and old yard or household chemicals can be dropped off at the Maintenance area (adjacent to the Community Garden) that morning.

Please Note:
This is the first pick-up on our new schedule, the first Friday of each month. The next pick-up will be Friday, May 6. By adding eight additional Brown & White days per year, we hope to see a decrease in illegally-dumped trash at the Maintenance area. Also, there will be increased enforcement of illegal dumping policy. The additional Brown & White pick-ups were negotiated with no additional cost to homeowners. We hope that all residents will enjoy this added convenience.

Submitted by SIPOA

No. Charleston Performing Arts Center – 42nd Street – April 28-29th

42nd-Street-SlideshowThe quintessential backstage musical comedy classic, 42ND STREET is the song and dance fable of Broadway with an American Dream story and includes some of the greatest songs ever written, such as “We’re In The Money,” “Lullaby of Broadway,” “Shuffle Off To Buffalo,” “Dames,” “I Only Have Eyes For You” and of course “42nd Street.”

Based on a novel by Bradford Ropes and Busby Berkeley’s 1933 movie, 42ND STREET tells the story of a starry-eyed young dancer named Peggy Sawyer who leaves her Allentown home and comes to New York to audition for the new Broadway musical Pretty Lady. When the star breaks her ankle, Peggy takes over and becomes a star. With a book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble, music by Harry Warren and lyrics by Al Dubin, this sparkling new production will be directed by co-author Mark Bramble and choreographed by Randy Skinner, the team who staged the 2001 Tony Award-winning Best Musical Revival.

Click here for tickets.

(Photo credit:  PAC website)

-Submitted by Tidelines Editor

Toddler Tuesday at the Zoo – Tuesdays in April

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Zoos are great learning environments for young minds. Bring your toddler to the Animal Forest at Charles Towne Landing for “Toddler Time” and watch their eyes light up when they see the animals! We’ll read a story, talk about animals, and then take a walk to a habitat to actually see what we talked about.

This program is designed for ages 2-4. Please allow at least 15 minutes to walk from the parking lot to the Animal Forest outdoor classroom.

LOCATION:  Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site, 1500 Old Towne Rd

For more information, please click here.

(Photo credit:  CVB website)

-Submitted by Tidelines Editor

Golf for Good at the Ocean Course

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We hope you’ll join the good friends and supporters of Sea Island Habitat for Humanity at the renowned Ocean Course for a day of golf on Monday, May 16, 2016. For 38 years, Sea Island Habitat has been an integral part of the Johns Island, James Island, and Wadmalaw Island communities, helping local hardworking residents achieve their dream of becoming homeowners. This year’s golf benefit marks the 20th anniversary of the event, which raises enough funding to build an entire home each year!

Golf for the day is $475 a player and includes golf (forecaddie fees excluded), lunch, drinks, all contests, and entry to our exciting post-golf reception. If you’re not a golfer or you’re unavailable on May 16, we hope you’ll consider sponsoring the event. We make sure our sponsors get the recognition they deserve at the event itself, as well as in our social media and digital communications. Most importantly, every sponsorship dollar brings a deserving family closer to living in a new Habitat home! Buy your hole sponsorship now for $500!

Payment for sponsorship or golf can be mailed to 2545 Bohicket Rd, Johns Island, SC 29455.

Please contact the staff of Sea Island Habitat for answers to your questions at:  843-768-0998 or

Submitted by Steve Bottcher, Board Chair
Warren McCulloch, 2016 Golf Committee Chair

Lake House Indoor (Fitness) Pool Schedule

The Indoor Fitness Pool at the Lake House will CLOSE during scheduled classes.

Please see below the schedule of classes:

Monday 8:30 AM – 10:45 AM*
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Tuesday 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Wednesday 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Thursday 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Friday 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

*Please note, the Paddle Board Yoga semi private series is scheduled for 4 weeks from Monday, April 4th thru Monday, April 25th. During this series, the Indoor Fitness Pool will CLOSE from 9:30 AM to 10:45 AM on Mondays.

This schedule is effective immediately.  An updated pool schedule will be sent following the conclusion of the Paddle Board Yoga series.

Submitted by The Lake House


Charleston Jazz Orchestra – The Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Band – April 23rd

2016CJOSeasonCharleston Jazz Orchestra:
A Night at the Village Vanguard
The Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Band

April 23 5:00 pm
CJO Box Office # 843-641-0011
click here for tickets:

Armed with a roster stacked with some of the most talented musicians in South Carolina, the Charleston Jazz Orchestra, led by music director and conductor, Charlton Singleton, is set to awe and inspire with a lively and diverse 2016 season of programming.

5pm + 8pm

(Photo Credit:  CJO website)

-Submitted by Tidelines Editor

Earth Day Celebration



The SIPOA Environmental Committee and other environmentally involved Seabrook organizations invite island residents to Celebrate Earth Day on Friday, April 22 from 9 am to 12 pm at the Lake House. The following is the current list of organizations that are participating:

1. The Environmental Committee
2. Audubon International Sustainable Communities
3. Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol
4. Seabrook Gardeners
5. Green Space Conservancy
6. Sea Dogs
7. Seabrook Island Birders
8. Seabrook Garden Club
9. St. Christopher’s Herpetology department (live critters included!)

Each group will showcase the unique role it plays in caring for our beautiful semi-tropical piece of paradise. Some will have a fun educational activity for participants.

The EC will feature topics of interest ranging from Waste Management and Recycling to Blue Birds to Wildlife Management.

Not to be missed is NOAA national expert, Doug Marcy, who will speak on the critical issue of sea level rise at 10:30 am in Live Oak Hall. After concluding his talk he will field questions from the audience.

With the lake as a back drop, residents are encouraged to bring a picnic lunch and beach chair to enjoy the Spring sights, colors and sounds on the Lake House lawn. You will be able to view live lady bugs that will be released at dusk in the community gardens.

Cooks are invited to enter the “Earth (dirt) Cake” contest. The most decorative cake will win a prize to be announced in the near future. Plates and utensils will be furnished for everyone to partake.

It seems there is a plethora of coastal environmental concerns at this moment in time that need to be understood fully and addressed appropriately. Our island is blessed with residents who are experts in a wide variety of local, regional, national and world affairs.

Many of these experts are involved with Seabrook’s environmental organizations. You will meet some of them as you explore the various groups and learn how they are protecting and preserving our natural environment on Seabrook.

Celebrate the day by educating yourself and even volunteering a bit of your time to one or more of these groups. Without them Seabrook would not be the beautiful, inviting green place that it is. Please make sure to thank them for their hard work.

For more information and to sign up to make an “Earth Cake” please email Jane Marvin,

Submitted by Jane Marvin

Parkinson’s Support Being Formed – First Meeting April 28th


A Parkinson’s Support Group is being established for individuals who have been diagnosed with PD and for their associated partner and/or caregiver. There is no restriction on who may attend, although our main focus is people from Johns Island, Kiawah, Seabrook and Wadmalaw.

Meetings will most likely be once a month and should last between one and two hours. The location for the meetings will be The Church of Our Saviour. Our initial informational meeting date is scheduled for the 28th of April at 2:00 pm (NOT YET CONFIRMED.) The format for our meetings is intended to be informal so that we may share with each other. From time to time we may have a guest speaker depending on the interest of the group.

It is our intent to insure confidentiality and that all communication (by whatever means) will protect your privacy. No one should feel pressured to share any information during the meetings.

It is our intent to publish the time and dates of future meetings in our local publications as well as through established PD support groups and the Parkinson’s Association. If you would like further information and or have an interest in the group please contact Floyd DeAndrade, or call him at 843 768-1089.

-Submitted by Floyd DeAndrade

Haygood/Grady Memorial Tennis and Golf Tournament

racket logoThe 6th Annual Haygood/Grady Memorial Tennis Championship, Dinner & Silent Auction will be held at Kiawah Island on May 13-15.  In addition, a golf tournament will take place at the Oak Point Golf Course on May 14th.  Details on both events can be found in the attached two flyers and at their website:

These events are held to honor the memory of a woman whose hope and smiles inspired everyone who knew her and worked with her at the Kiawah Island Golf Resort – Prinella Haygood.  And to also honor the memory of Linwood Grady who helped start the tennis tournament and tragically also lost his battle with cancer in 2013. Proceeds will benefit Roper St. Francis Cancer Care, as well as an education trust for Prinella’s two young son

Submitted by Bill Thomas

Haygood Grady Golf flyer 3-15-16

Haygood Grady Tennis Flyer 3-15-16

Happiness Advantage: How to Make Lasting Lifestyle Changes Presentation


Who should attend: Seabrookers who are interested in making lasting lifestyle changes.Happiness

Date: Tuesday, April 26th
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: The Lake House

Topics covered:
• Do you need accountability and positive reinforcement on your journey to health?
• If you were more organized would you be less stressed?
• Do you want to live your life to the fullest?

Registration: All are welcome.
Fee: No Cost

Presented by: Lisa Burbage

Lisa Burbage mastered the field of Integrative Health Coaching by completing an intensive two-year Integrative Health Certification program through Duke University. She combined her Master’s Degree in Counseling and passion for helping people with the knowledge she gained in seven core areas of health.

After holding more than 100 coaching sessions and earning Duke’s Integrative Health Coach Certification, Ms.Burbage founded Wellness Beyond Fifty in 2014 and offers private coaching, group coaching and programs for organizations. She is a sought-after speaker and currently is contracted by the National MS Society to facilitate the Everyday Matters program in Columbia, S.C. Her Integrative Health program is designed to help clients make lasting behavioral changes, increase energy, reduce stress, lose weight, lower cholesterol, exercise and improve overall self.

Dedicated to helping people, Ms. Burbage is committed to offering innovative strategies for people wanting to achieve Wellness Beyond Fifty. She brings valuable insight from her personal triumph of being cancer-free for over ten years. Her first-hand knowledge of making life-long behavioral changes to improve wellness allows her to connect with clients, provide valuable insight, and moreover, help them reach their individual goals.

For more information, please contact Lisa Burbage at

Submitted by the Lake House Staff