Monthly Archives: September 2017

Lake House Tech Forum: Android Phone/Tablet – October 5

Lake House Tech Forum: Android Phone/Tablet with Chad Droze of the Post and Computer Store Date: Thursday, October 5th Time: 3:00 PM Location: The Lake House Who should attend: Android users, your class has finally arrived. No matter what brand … Continue reading

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Boardwalk Update

Boardwalks 3, 5, and 6 have cleared of storm debris and have been reopened. Boardwalks 4 and 8 remain closed due to structural damage. Steve Hirsch, PE, PMP SIPOA Director of Engineering -Tidelines Editor

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Kiawah Arts Council presents the Orion String Quartet – October 4

The Orion String Quartet with Tara Helen O’Connor Wednesday, October 4 7:30 pm Since its inception, the Orion String Quartet has been consistently praised for the extraordinary musical integrity it brings to performances, offering diverse programs with classic works of … Continue reading

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Charleston County Library Bookmobile

The Charleston County Bookmobile comes to Freshfields Village on the first and third Tuesday of every month from 10:00 am – 11:30 am. The Bookmobile will be parked in the lot behind Hege’s and Java Java and will be there … Continue reading

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Freshfields Village – Fall Festival Weekend – October 6-7

Join us as we kick off our Fall Festival Weekend with a special edition of Music on the Green on Friday, October 6 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm. The complimentary concert features The Sugarbees and guests are encouraged to bring beach … Continue reading

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Charleston’s Oh Happy Day Gospel Music Series – Fall 2017

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Angel Oak Award

The Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club presents an annual award to recognize a person who performs volunteer services which contribute significantly to the people and/or quality of life of Wadmalaw, Johns, Kiawah, and/or Seabrook Island. The award is called the Angel Oak … Continue reading

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Leisurely Pursuits and Grand Entertains at Middleton Place – October 7 & 8

How did people amuse themselves in the 18th Century? Interactive programs and demonstrations offer an incredible range of colonial sports, games, 18th-century country dances, needlework, painting in the gardens and music. Activities are included with admission to Middleton Place and … Continue reading

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Road Closure – Friday 9/29

St. John’s High School is having their Homecoming Parade and game on Friday, September 29, 2017. The parade route starts at Haut Gap Middle School and ends at the St. John’s High School.  The City of Charleston Police Department will close … Continue reading

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Jazz Orchestra Season 10 Tickets

Season 10 tickets are now available for the Charleston Jazz Orchestra at the Charleston Music Hall on John Street. This phenomenal group of musicians will have you toe-tapping, hand clapping and giving standing ovations.  They really are the best that Charleston has to offer for … Continue reading

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Island House Traffic/Parking Alert – 9/29

Because of the Men’s Member-Guest golf tournament and the ladies fall fashion show, the Club anticipates lots of traffic at the Island House on Friday, September 29 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm.  They encourage everyone to carpool when possible … Continue reading

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SIPOA President’s Letter

Helping Each Other to Prevent Illegal Activity on Seabrook Island In this month’s letter, I wanted to share some thoughts about what all of us can do to keep ourselves and our wonderful island community as free as possible from … Continue reading

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