Monthly Archives: May 2016

Parking Update – Island House and Pelican’s Nest

Seabrook Island Club has released the following information about parking around the Island House and Pelican’s Nest.  For more information, contact the Club or go to PARKING UPDATE To help alleviate the inconvenience of the parking challenges to come … Continue reading

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Sunday Matinees at the Lake House: JOY

Join us at The Lake House on Sunday afternoons for a movie, popcorn and fun! Sunday Matinees will begin at 1:00 PM in the Live Oak Hall. You are welcome to bring your favorite snacks or refreshments. Water and popcorn will be provided. This week’s (6/5) … Continue reading

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Patriots and Pops Concert

A big thank-you to all those who came out to support the Sea Island Lady Singers and the Island Choraliers at their concert, Patriots and Pops, which was held on Friday.  It was a lovely program of favorite patriotic music … Continue reading

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New York-to-Seabrook Connection Party: Save the Date – October 25th

START SPREADING THE NEWS …… If you grew up in NY, were schooled in NY, lived in NY long enough to feel you are a New Yorker, or love a New Yorker, plan to join us for the second annual … Continue reading

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Winestock Music Festival – June 4th

WINESTOCK MUSIC FESTIVAL June 4, 2016 Peace! Dust off those bell bottoms and take a trip back to the 1960s and 1970s for Firefly Distillery and Deep Water Vineyard’s annual Winestock Music Festival on Saturday, June 4 from noon until … Continue reading

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Three New Openings Scheduled for Freshfields Village; New Restaurant on the Way

By the fall of 2016, Freshfields Village will be home to three new stores— Scout & Molly’s, Dolittle’s, Kiawah Nail Studio and a new restaurant, Fuji Sushi Bar and Grill. Scout & Molly’s, a women’s clothing boutique, will be located at 458 … Continue reading

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Rip Current Warning Continues

Although Bonnie has been downgraded to Tropical Depression status, NOAA has issued an advisory for high risk for rip currents until 8 PM Sunday. These currents will be life threatening for anyone who enters the surf. Moderate risk for rip currents … Continue reading

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Highlights – Seabrook Island Town Council Meeting, May 24, 2016

Some meeting highlights are provided below. Note that these items and many others are explained more fully in minutes of the Town’s May 17 Ways & Means Meeting where the topics were discussed at greater length–see the Town’s website, … Continue reading

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Tropical Storm Bonnie Update

As of  9:00 am Sunday, 29 May 2016, the National Weather Service – Charleston reported cancellation of the Tropical Storm Warning as tropical depression Bonnie made landfall near the Isle of Palms. Tropical Depression Bonnie is now moving northward and is expected to … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Summary 5/29/16

This has been an exciting week for weather and turtles! Monday, May 23 – Zone 1’s excitement was mating Dolphins.   Zone 2 reported no activity. Zone 3 called with a likely false crawl as the mama hit the myrtles and went back … Continue reading

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Tropical Storm Bonnie Update

As of  6:00 am Sunday, 29 May 2016, the National Weather Service – Charleston decreased the wind rating to below tropical storm force with gusts up to 40 mph and forecast an additional 1 – 3 inches of rain with potential for localized … Continue reading

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Main Island Roads Normal to Freshfields

A circuit of Seabrook Island Road to Freshfields Village at approximately 7:00 AM Sunday encountered neither standing water (aside from typical puddles) nor large tree debris. There is standing water in the ditches along Seabrook Island Parkway, and the old pedestrian/bicycle path … Continue reading

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