Ahhh, the holidays! Yes, it is that time of the year, endorsed by Mother Nature, and century-old traditions that bring us together to celebrate the season in good company and good cheer. In keeping with these customs, the membership of the Seabrook Island Garden Club invites you to join your neighbors on Sunday, December 4th, at the Seabrook Island Lake House from 4:00 to 6:00 PM.
There is much to be done. The success of this annual get-together requires the engagement of the full membership. If you are a member and have not done so already, be sure to check in with the Holiday Open House Committee on how you can help, please contact SIGC President Kathy Chamberlain, email:email@example.com
For information on membership please contact: Nancy Wair, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
-Submitted by Alberta Barron
We are receiving reports of a tractor trailer accident on Main Road near the Tomato Shed Restaurant and Stono Baptist Church. Traffic is stalled or very slow in both directions, and you may want to take River Road if leaving the island presently.
– Submitted by Shawna Jarrett, SIPOA
December 14, 2016, at 5:15p.m.
Members and guests of the WACC will meet at the Mark Clark Hall on the campus of The Citadel to hear Ambassador Jerry Lanier speak on the topic of “Washington and the World: The Global Challenges facing the Trump Administration.” Please note, the Mark Clark Hall is a new meeting location for the group.
Ambassador Lanier is highly qualified to speak on the topic having had foreign service assignments in the Far East, the Middle East, Africa and as an advisor to the government in Washington, D.C.
The social hour begins at 5:15 p.m. when there will be hors d’oeuvres, wine and beverages as well as interesting people to meet.
Attendance is by membership which can be obtained online at waccharleston.org or at the meeting. A guest can attend once per year by paying $20 on site. Parking is close, ample and free.
-Submitted by Barbara Burgess, WACC Board member
UNDERNEATH THE LINTEL
by Glen Berger
Directed by Sharon Graci*
Underneath the Lintel tells the gripping story of an eccentric librarian who discovers a weather-beaten book in the overnight return box—113 years overdue. Sparked by a message left in its margins, he, in spite of the fact that he never left his native town of Hoofddorp, embarks on a magical quest that takes him around the world and 2,000 years into the past. With astonishing twists and turns, Underneath the Lintel draws us into an unforgettable odyssey.
Featuring PURE Co-founder Rodney Lee Rogers*
* PURE Core Ensemble
PURE Theatre is located at 477 King Street, Charleston, SC.
(Photo credit: PURE Theatre website)
-Submitted by Tidelines Editor
Abridged Minutes: November, 2016 Safety & Security minutes
The following is an abridged summary of the minutes from the November 2, 2016 Safety & Security meeting. A complete copy of the minutes is available in the archives section of the SIPOA website at http://www.associationvoice.com/ResourceCenter/15432/Library
Committee Discussion Topics:
• Due to the recovery from hurricane Matthew a formal meeting was not held in October, 2016.
• 15 mph speed limits: Although Dennis will recommend to the Board eliminating these signs and possibly replacing them with information signs (sharp curve, driveway ahead, etc.), these speed limits currently remain in effect until changes, if any, are actually approved and implemented.
SIPOA Security Report: Since no formal Safety & Security meeting was held in October, the incident reports and citations for both September and October are included in full November report.
34 speeding violations
4 stop sign violations
3 no pass displayed violations
2 no drivers license violations
1 no registration
8 parking violations
1 commercial access violation
1 unauthorized vehicle violation
17 speeding violations
5 stop sign violations
1 leaving the scene
1 passing unlawfully
1 reckless driving
4 no pass displayed
4 no drivers licenses violations
4 no registration violations
2 parking violations
1 trailer violation
All appeals were reviewed and/or heard and decisions were made based on the facts and merits of each case.
Motion: Following an appeal regarding a trash dumping issue, and much discussion by the Committee, Dennis will recommend to the SIPOA Board a clarification of the definition of “contractors” to exempt property management companies from that definition. This will give them authority to dispose of trash at the SIPOA facility on behalf of property owners, since the property owners they represent have already paid SIPOA fees for this service.
A complete copy of the Safety & Security report is available in the archives section of the SIPOA website at: http://www.associationvoice.com/ResourceCenter/15432/Library
-Submitted by Bill Bryant, Secretary and Dennis Nagy, Chair
Tickets for the Beach Boys are on sale now for their January 27th performance at 7:30pm at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center. Click here for tickets.
(Photo Credit: No. Charleston PAC website)
-Submitted by Tidelines Editor
The Lake House Tech Forum
Topics of interest to Seabrookers of educational, cultural, or wellness value.
YEAR IN REVIEW with Chad Droze of the Post and Computer Store
Who should attend: Seabrookers interested in a review of topics discussed in previous forums. Please come ready to ask questions and listen to others ask their questions as well. Devices that will be demonstrated include PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Android devices.
Date: Tuesday, December 6th
Time: 3:00 PM
Location: The Lake House
* Photos, the Cloud & Dropbox
* Siri & Facebook
Fee: No Cost
Tech Experts: Chad Droze
Registration: PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND! FORUM IS LIMITED TO 40 PARTICIPANTS. WALK-INS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED. To register please email Janet Pasquale at email@example.com.
-Submitted by The Lake House
Seabrook Island Town Hall
Toys for Tots
December 8, 2016, 12pm – 2pm
Please bring your toys for tots
(Photo credit: ToysforTots.org)
-Submitted by Lynda Whitworth
Belmond Charleston Place Holiday Train
The iconic holiday train display returns to Belmond Charleston Place!
Attendees will delight in the Christmas spirit the moment they walk into Belmond Charleston Place, as they watch the custom designed train display in action with a fully operational replica of the famous Venice Simplon-Orient-Express luxury train, a five-story mini hotel, European rose garden with statue, automobiles, new locomotives and more!
The hotel is located at 224 King Street, Charleston, SC.
(Photo credit: CVB website)
-Submitted by Tidelines Editor
Peter Eudenbach: This is Not an Object
Peter Eudenbach: This is Not an Object is on view at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art from October 21 – December 10, 2016.
This is Not an Object consists of objects that blur the line boundary between the functional and the farcical, as Eudenbach examines the relationship between concept and reality. Such an exploration can be seen in the artist’s Coffee Table, 2004, which is an actual coffee table that brews coffee. Other works, such as Tours de Revolution, 2007, a Ferris wheel constructed out of models of the Eiffel Tower, explore the idea of using readymade objects as works of art usually pushed to absurd levels. The exhibition’s title, This is Not an Object refers to the iconic painting The Treachery of Images, 1928-29 by surrealist Renee Magritte, in which a depiction of a pipe is accompanied by the caption “Ceci n’est pas uno pipe’ [“This is not a pipe”]. With this connection, Eudenbach’s show asks the question: “How is an object supposed to function?”
Continue reading “Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art – October 21st-December 10th”
Please come out to hear your friends and neighbors in a Holiday Concert, December 2nd at the Holy Spirit Catholic Church at 4pm.
Friday, December 2, is the monthly Brown & White pickup day. Bulk items must be left curbside by 7:00 AM. Place items including furniture, appliances, grills, lawn furniture, or other similar household items where you would normally leave your trash and recycling. 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 and Recycling Center) that morning.
– Submitted by Tidelines Editor