Yin Yoga ‘Pop-up’ Workshop April 1 at The Lake House

When: Saturday April 1st
Time: 4:15 PM -5:15 PM
Where: Live Oak Hall, The Lake House
Cost: $12

Want to stretch more deeply, focusing on the deeper connective tissue in the low back, hips and legs? Yin Yoga is a passive practice where the surface muscles are relaxed. Yin yoga gets more into the connective tissue, joints, fascia, ligaments and tendons of the body. The emphasis is between the navel and the knees. Most of the postures focus on the low back, hips, and sometimes the shoulders and are done while seated, supine (on your back) or prone (on your stomach). A posture like Downward Facing Dog may only be used as a transition. Postures are held with your muscles relaxed for 3-5 minutes. The key is to let go, release and allow yourself to go deep into these areas that may have become stiff and immobile through time.

For more information or to register, please contact Natasha Stevens at noo.stevens@gmail.com. The workshop is defined as semi-private. It requires preregistration and does not form part of the group schedule. Charges are made to your Property Owner or Club account.

Submitted by The Lake House

Reminder: Turtle Patrol Kick Off Meeting – Thursday, April 6th

The 2017 Turtle Patrol Season will begin with the New Member Orientation and Kick-Off Meeting at the Lake House on Thursday, April 6. The New Member Orientation will be held in the Osprey I conference room at 6:15 pm and the Kick-Off Meeting will be held in the Live Oak Hall at 7 pm. The New Member Orientation provides an overview of the Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol activities and the Kick-Off Meeting allows members to sign up for the various volunteer opportunities and order their Turtle Patrol shirts
Volunteer Opportunities.

For more information see our previous post here.

To learn more about the Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol and how you can help, go to the Patrol web site, siturtlepatrol.com or check out our Facebook page under Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol. You can also contact Patrol Leaders Terry Fansler at terry@carettasway.com or Beautsie Zahrn at beautsie2@gmail.com with any questions.

-Submitted by Gary Fansler

Airport Traffic Delays Friday Morning, 3/31/17

The Post and Courier is reporting that there may be traffic delays at the Charleston International Airport on South Aviation Avenue this morning, March 31 around 8:00 am until about noon.

Boeing Company is testing their new 787-10 Dreamliner and expecting quite a few guests as well as employees to attend.

If you are flying out of town this morning, you may want to leave earlier than planned.

For the complete story, click on  http://www.postandcourier.com/search/?l=25&sd=desc&s=start_time&f=html&t=article%2Ccollection&app=editorial&q=airport+delays&nsa=eedition

Tidelines Editor

The Point Presents “The God Box” on 4/22

The theatrical production of “The God Box, A Daughter’s Story,” inspired by the New York Times best-selling book, will be performed on Saturday, April 22, at 7:30 PM at Charleston Collegiate School. This one-hour, one-woman performance is based on a true story and is performed by the author, Mary Lou Quinlan. It is a powerful message about how mothers never stop loving their children, no matter what their age. Tickets are $75-$35 per person and include the performance, free parking and a dessert reception with author and solo performer, Mary Lou Quinlan, following the play.

The performance is presented by The Point, a women’s non-profit organization serving women in the community of Johns, James and Wadmalaw Islands. To date, this group of 35 women has donated more than $300,000 to groups that identify women with medical, emotional and financial challenges.

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For additional information and tickets: www.thepointis.org.

-Submitted by Beth Henry

 

Tidelines and Nextdoor Seabrook – Compare and Contrast!

What are Tidelines and Nextdoor?  Should you subscribe to both? Are they connected?  Do they share information?  Here are some answers.

First, there is no connection between Tidelines and Nextdoor Seabrook. They provide very different and important services within our community, and each can be managed by the individual subscriber.

Tidelines is the official blog of the Seabrook Island Property Owners Association.  It is managed by a group of editors who are all volunteers. The purpose of Tidelines is to facilitate a flow of information among individuals, SIPOA and its committees, the Town of Seabrook Island, and volunteer organizations on Seabrook. Tidelines cannot provide recommendations for services or businesses. Tidelines may be accessed by direct email postings, by “friending” Tidelines on Facebook, or by visiting the blog’s home page at
tidelinesblog.com.  Readers can manage their subscriptions by visiting the Tidelines home page and selecting the “Your Subscription” tab.  Articles are submitted using a form found under the “Submit an Article” tab at the top of the Tidelines page.  Articles must be written by the persons submitting them and are posted in a timely manner after review and formatting by a Tidelines editor.  Comments regarding an article may be posted to the blog.

Nextdoor Seabrook is a social networking service that connects members of our community.  There are no editors, and information is not monitored by anyone; it is similar to Facebook or Neighborhood Watch. To join, visit nextdoor.com, enter your email address and residential street address and click “Find your neighborhood”. Only Seabrook residents can join and are free to post information, requests, and opinions.  It is a great place to ask for recommendations from community members for medical professionals, contractors, and restaurants.  Members may post items for sale or list giveaways.  They may seek donations for various community and charitable organizations.  The idea is to help neighbors be aware of what is happening in their community.   Members can seek information or support, and offer assistance within the community.  A Nextdoor Seabrook account can be managed by going to the “Settings” tab on your account.  Account holders may limit the information they receive, and how often it is received, and they may block content from individuals as they choose.

If you want information about the latest Town Council meeting, the SIPOA Board meeting, SINHG presentations and trips, extreme weather affecting Seabrook, or traffic issues on Bohicket Road, then Tidelines will be the site to visit.  If you want to sell your used bicycle, need a kayak, must find a contractor or a dog walker, or want to tell the community how much you love living in “Paradise,” then look to Nextdoor Seabrook.

-Tidelines Editor

 

 

 

SIB Presents – Rudy Mancke on 4/26

 

Date: Wednesday April 26, 2017
Registration & Social: 7:00 pm
Program Starts: 7:30 pm
Live Oak Hall at the Lake House on Seabrook Island

Bring your birding questions for an interactive discussion about the Natural History of Barrier Islands. Please help us know how much wine, snacks and chairs we will need by letting us know you plan to join us!

If you would like to join or renew your SIB Membership, visit the SIB web site at seabrookislandbirders.org to download the SIB Membership Form and either drop it off or bring the form and your $10 per person per year when you sign in at this event.

All Seabrook Island residents and guests are welcome. There is a $5 donation for non SIB members. More information about this and future programs can be found at the SIB web site seabrookislandbirders.org, or email us at: SeabrookIslandBirders@gmail.com

Naturalist Rudy Mancke served as naturalist and co-host of South Carolina ETV’s NatureScene which began it’s long run in 1978. His field trips, broadcast nationwide, have earned him a legion of dedicated viewers. Rudy’s knowledge of the complex inner-workings of different ecosystems and his great admiration for the natural world make him the perfect guide. In fact, the National Wildlife Federation and the Garden Club of America honored his commitment to resource conservation with special awards. Since retiring from SCETV, Rudy has gone on to teach at the University of South Carolina, Columbia.

Before coming to television, Rudy served as the natural history curator at the South Carolina State Museum for 10 years, and was a high school biology and geology teacher. He earned a degree at Wofford College, attended graduate school at the University of South Carolina, and received honorary doctorate degrees from the College of Charleston, Winthrop College, and Wofford College.

Rudy Mancke currently hosts NatureNotes on both SCETV and South Carolina Public Radio.

-Submitted by Nancy Brown, Seabrook Island Birders

 

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Town of Seabrook Island, Town Council Meeting 3/28 at 2:30p.m. at Town Hall

AGENDA

  1. Pledge of Allegiance-Call to Order-Roll Call-Freedom of Information

2. Minutes – Town Council Meeting of February 28, 2017

Public Hearing of February 28, 2017

Ways & Means Committee Meeting of March 21, 2017

3. Financials – For the Month of February 2017

4. Citizens/Guests Presentations, Comments:

5. Reports of Standing Committees, Commissions, Boards:

Public Safety/Club Long Range Planning Committee – John Gregg

Communications/Environmental – Jody Turner

Advertising & Public Relations/Special Projects – John Wells

Update on G. Robert George & Assoc. – Estimates on Raising Roadway and Timeline for the Remainder of 2017

Advertising/Public Relations

Community Relations – Skip Crane

Ways & Means

Planning Commission

Board of Zoning Appeals

6. Reports of Ad Hoc Committees:

7. Reports of Town Officers:

Mayor

  • Pending Business License Legislation
  • Conservation Bank Resolution
  • Report on Strategic Planning Session

Town Administrator/Zoning Administration

Town Council Members

Utility Commission

8. Petitions Received, Referred or Disposed of:

  • Temporary Use Permit – Bohicket Marina’s 2017 Invitational Billfish Tournament. Application includes banners, tents, live music and fishing. Event begins on Tuesday, May 9, and the site will be restored by Sunday, May 14.

9. Ordinances for First Reading:  None

10. Ordinances for Second Reading: None

11. Miscellaneous Business

12. Citizens Comments

13. Adjourn

 

Marjorie J. Spruill at College of Charleston

Marjorie J Spruill

Friends of the Library at the College of Charleston
presents
Marjorie J. Spruill
Monday, April 17, 6 pm
School of Science and Math Room 129,
202 Calhoun Street
(Just across from Addlestone Library)

In her new book, Divided We Stand: The Battle Over Women’s Rights and Family Values that Polarized American Politics, historian Marjorie J. Spruill reveals how the battle between feminists and their conservative challengers in the 1970s divided the nation as Democrats continued to support the modern women’s movement and Republicans recast themselves, in opposition to feminism, as the party of “family values.” Continue reading “Marjorie J. Spruill at College of Charleston”

SINHG Evening Program to Feature Doug Bostick

SINHG Presents
“The Use of Infrared Technology as a Reconnaissance Tool for Battlefield Preservation”
by Doug Bostick
on Thursday, April 13th

The Seabrook Island Natural History Group is pleased to announce April’s Evening Program on Thursday, April 13th. The program will feature Doug Bostick who is the Executive Director of the South Carolina Battlefield Trust. He is a graduate of the College of Charleston and received a Master’s degree from the University of South Carolina and formerly served on the staff and faculty of the University of South Carolina and the University of Maryland.

He is also the author of twenty-six books and his knowledge of history is enhanced by a raconteur’s gift for storytelling.  As a much sought-after speaker, Bostick speaks on a wide range of topics including the history of the South Carolina Sea Islands, colonial and antebellum horse racing, the War Between the States and the Revolutionary War in South Carolina.

Refreshments – 7:00 PM Program – 7:30 PM
Location – Lake House

All Seabrook Island residents and guests are welcome. There is a $5 donation for non-SINHG members. Information about future programs and SINHG membership can be found at the SINHG web site, sinhg.org.