UnEd!ted: La Femme French Horn – June 8-9

June 8 and 9
6:00 pm7:00 pm
Holy Trinity Windermere:  Anglican Church
95 Folly Rd.
Charleston, SC 29407

UNED!TED brings West Ashley audiences the rare treat of being the first to discover the outstanding talents of La Femme French Horn in an exciting evening of chamber music dedicated to the versatile horn repertoire. The ensemble, drawn from the faculty of the Charleston Horn Camp, includes Mary Beth Orr, Debra Sherrill-Ward and Jennifer Kummer, with Laura Ball accompanying. This event is free and open to the public – No ticket or reservation is needed.

-Tidelines Editor

When I First Remember – Thursday Evenings

When I First Remember

7:00 pm each Thursday evening
Tickets can be purchased at the door or through the Charleston Visitors Center
Performances take place at the Old Bethel United Methodist Church at 222 Calhoun Street, Charleston

Enjoy a family-friendly night of entertainment. When I First Remember takes the viewer on a journey with the characters who are African slaves traveling to the Lowcountry on a slave ship. The audience will be transported with the actors and witness how they survived, adjusted and adapted to their new world, creating a new culture and identity that is recognized today as the Gullah-Geechee culture.

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Town Expresses Opposition to New Proposal for Offshore Drilling

An Executive Order recently issued by the Trump Administration would return areas of the Mid- and South Atlantic to consideration for offshore oil and gas drilling.  On May 23, 2017, Town Council passed a motion authorizing the Mayor to write to the Governor and Congressional Delegates about the Town’s position on this.  The letter re-states the Town’s 2015 opposition to offshore drilling in our region and expresses concern about the Order’s less stringent standards for marine safeguards and environmental protections.  Click here to view Mayor Ciancio’s letter.

-Submitted by Faye Allbritton, Clerk/Treasurer, Town of Seabrook Island

Two New Yoga Classes Start In June

The Lake House has announced two new Yoga Classes to begin in June, 2017.

Chair Yoga –  Join instructor Natasha Stevens, for an hour long semi private chair yoga class on Wednesdays at 2:45 pm in the Lake House.  This class is every Wednesday during the month of June beginning June 7, 2017.

Chair Yoga makes yoga accessible to everyone, everywhere. You don’t have to get down on the floor, you don’t need special clothes, and you don’t need any special equipment. Whether you need some quick stretches that you can do at your desk, are recovering from surgery or need a comprehensive exercise program that you can do from a chair, Chair Yoga offers benefits to help you feel better, move better, and live better.

The cost is $48 for the 4 week series (Fee is charged to your POA/Club account.)  This semi private yoga series is not part of the monthly group schedule at The Lake House and therefore not included in the unlimited class pass.  Space is limited to 10 participants and registration is as first come, first serve.  Please note, there are no drop-ins.

For more information or to register, please email Natasha Stevens at noo.stevens@gmail.com. Your email is confirmation of your spot.

Oceanside Yoga – Join Natasha Stevens, certified Yoga instructor, as she leads a relaxing yoga class next to the water at The Beach Club’s beautiful Ocean Terrace.  The class is every Tuesday from June 6 to August 8 and is from 7:30 am until 8:30 am.

This class is open to Property Owners, Club Members, and guests. Attendees are asked to bring a mat, towel, sunglasses & a light jacket. Extra mats will be available if needed. Cost per class is $10 for Property Owners/Club Members and $15 for guests. Oceanside Yoga is included in the monthly unlimited class pass. Charges will be placed on your Property Owner, Club Member or rental guest account. Please note, there is no preregistration or reservation required. Class will be cancelled if bad weather is expected, please check the weather before attending.

-Submitted by The Lake House

 

STJFD Takes Delivery of New Tower Ladder

Chief Ryan Kunitzer, Fire Marshal-Battalion Chief of the St. Johns Fire Department, provided the announcement below. He adds, “It is important to note that, while this apparatus will be at Station 4 on Kiawah, it will play a critical role in serving the citizens of Seabrook as well.”

-Submitted by Chief Ryan Kunitzer, Fire Marshal | Battalion Chief
St. John’s Fire District

 

Marsh Jam at theBend – June 1

Marsh Jam will feature the following acts (in order of appearance)

6:00 p.m. – R&B singer and songwriter, Poppy Native
6:40 p.m. – Comedian, Jeremy McLellan
7:00 p.m. – Blues rock band, Honey Smoke
8:30 p.m. – Comedian, Jeremy McLellan
8:40 p.m. – Hip-hop artist, Tyler Cash
9:15 p.m. – Hip-hop artist, Johnny Jr. *Explicit content

Food and beverage will also be available for purchase including Roti Rolls, Palmetto Brewing craft beer, El Pincho Taco, and Holy City Popcorn. Guests are encouraged to bring their own chair and are advised to wear shoes at all times. Friendly dogs are welcome and must be kept on a leash at all times.

The Bend is located at 3775 Azalea Drive in North Charleston.

Reminder – Flood Map Open House – Tuesday, May 30, 2017

FEMA has been promising new flood maps for several years now and, in March of this year, it released preliminary maps to the Charleston County Building Department.

These maps will update the Charleston area for the first time since 2004 and will provide property owners with up-to-date flood hazard information. According to FEMA, the projected effective date of the maps, following the County’s review and comments as well as the public meetings and objection filings, is April of 2018.

Charleston County officials will hold an Open House on Tuesday, May 30, 2017 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm at the Seabrook Island Club to provide Seabrook Island residents with an opportunity to see the preliminary flood maps, learn about their risk of flooding, and ask questions about what the new maps will mean for their property.

Residents can meet one-on-one with a variety of specialists who will be available to talk about flood insurance, engineering, building permits and more. This is a community-wide event, open to all Seabrookers.

-Submitted by Ronald J. Ciancio, Mayor, Town of Seabrook Island

Freshfields Village Music on the Green – June 2

Music on the Green

06/02/2017, 6:00 to 9:00 PM

Join us each Friday evening this summer from 6:00 to 9:00 pm for a complimentary concert on the Freshfields Village Green! This week’s concert features rock and blues by Tullamore Road. Guests are encouraged to bring a beach chair or blanket for the event.

Tullamore Road performs a wide mix of rock and blues covers. They blend a wide range of influences in crafting a unique sound and vibe in their music. They also perform an increasing number of originals in their sets. The band recently finished in the top 3 of a major battle of the bands contest in Atlanta.  Tullamore Road delivers a high energy performance and is fronted by Erik Bush on vocals, guitar and harmonica with Chris Prescott on vocals and lead guitar, John Kortier on drums and Bob Bush on bass.

(Photo Credit:  Tullamore Road website)

-Tidelines Editor

UnEd!ted: Annex Dance Company and the Atlas Trio Present Trinity – June 2-3

Annex Dance Company and The Atlas Trio Present Trinity

June 2 and 3
6:00 pm
7:00 pm
City Gallery
34 Prioleau St.
Charleston, SC 29401

The Annex Dance Company and The Atlas Trio present Trinity, an evening of modern dance and music. Inspired by the sights and sounds of the Holy City, artistic directors Kristin Alexander and Laura Ball present an intimate concert of music and movement featuring unique trio arrangements of hymn and sacred works by composers Cowell, Ives, and Barber.   Purchase Tickets for:  Friday, June 2   Purchase Tickets for:  Saturday, June 3, 2017.

(Photo credit:  UnEd!ted website)

-Tidelines Editor

Turtle Patrol Weekly Report May 21 – 27, 2017

Sunday, May 21
Denisa Collins was on the beach to see the Mama of Nest #13 lay the nest and go back to the sea. It was Denisa’s first time to see a Loggerhead up close and personal. (Click here to see the video) Jane Magioncalda, Joshua and Amanda Shilko also saw the turtle heading back to the ocean. What a thrill for all of them. Being on the beach early has it rewards.

Zone 2 – Judy Benko found a crawl in front of the third house up beach from the club. Jen and Harvey responded and found nest #14 with 133 eggs.

Zone 3 – Valerie and Mark Doane with Lisa Hand found the crawl for nest #13 just south of boardwalk # 1. Harvey and Jen Gibson were the first responders.
Both nests were moved to Zone 4, north of the first dog sign.

May 22 through May 26
No new nests, lots of rain and high tides but some beautiful sunrises on the beach.

Saturday, May 27
We have two new nests on Zone 1. Jen and Harvey Gibson and Denisa Collins found nest #15 just down beach from the flag pole at the Camp. Terry Fansler and Jen probed to find the eggs. It was above the high tide line so it was left in situ.

Harvey Gibson walked the rest of the zone and found nest #16. Sandy MacCoss probed to find the eggs. It was decided to leave it in situ too.

We now have the second highest number of May nests in our history and we’ve still got a chance to break the record of 19.

-Submitted by Gary Fansler