Monthly Archives: March 2018

Spring Festival at Freshfields

Today’s annual Spring Festival at Freshfields was great fun for the entire family! Children had the opportunity to enjoy fun activities that included a jump castle,  an inflatable slide, a mechanical bull, face-painting, balloon animals, spring crafts, as well as … Continue reading

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14th Annual Battle of Charleston Re-enactment April 14-15

Legare Farms will host the 14th Annual Battle of Charleston Reenactment on April 14-15. This year the event will include a Living Military Timeline featuring Pirates, Revolutionary War, Civil War, WWI, WWII, Korean Conflict, and Vietnam living history and skirmishes … Continue reading

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Poetry at McLeod Plantation with Len Lawson – April 8

Date/Time:  Sunday, April 8, 2018, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Location:  McLeod Plantation Historic Site, 325 Country Club Drive, Charleston, SC 29412. The poetry series features fellows of the Cave Canem Poetry Foundation, whose work explores themes associated with the black experience … Continue reading

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SINHG Goes Stargazing

SINHG members recently joined the Stargazers Club for an evening of viewing the night sky over the Ocean Winds course. The evening began at the Oyster Catcher Community Center with an informative presentation on astronomy and various types of telescopes. … Continue reading

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Lake House Fitness Schedule for April

Below is the link to the April 2018 Fitness Schedule at the Lake House. On it you will find: Hours of Operation for the Lake House, Fitness Center, Indoor Pool and Outdoor Pool Fitness Class Prices Description of the Classes … Continue reading

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New Semi-Private Series – Chair Based Strength & Flexibility

Join Natasha Stevens on Fridays at 8:30AM in April for a chair based strength and flexibility class. This fun filled class starts with active gentle stretches and builds to using free weights and resistance bands to strengthen and stabilize the … Continue reading

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Happy Holiday Weekend

Wishing everyone a happy holiday weekend with friends and family. –Tidelines Editors

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Reminder: Respite Care Charleston’s 14th Annual Golf Tournament

Respite Care Charleston’s 14th Annual Golf Tournament is just 10 days away! The tournament will be held at Crooked Oaks Golf Course on Monday, April 9, 2018. This year’s tournament is sponsored by Kiawah residents Pat and Bill Wert. Golfer … Continue reading

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Seabrook Island Dolphin Education & Data Collection Program

How would you like to spend more time on the beach observing the strand feeding dolphins once or twice a week during the two hours before and after low tides? You can help identify each pod of dolphins with photos … Continue reading

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Seabrook Island Hunger Awareness Foundation Needs Your Paper Grocery Bags With Handles

The Sea Islands Hunger Awareness Foundation (SIHAF) provides food to needy families and elderly residents of Johns and Wadmalaw Islands through its Blessing Basket Program. To help facilitate food distribution to Blessing Basket clients, SIHAF needs 300 brown paper grocery … Continue reading

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COVAR Seeks Nominations for President

The Council of Villa Associations and Regimes (COVAR) is now accepting nominations for the elected position of President. We encourage potential candidates, who have a vested interest in facilitating COVAR interests on Seabrook, to submit a short background and interest … Continue reading

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Charleston Museum Book Talk – April 2

Join Debra J. Lindsay as she discusses her newly published book, Maria Martin’s World, which tells the story of Maria Martin, one of Audubon’s principal assistants. A Charlestonian, Martin met Audubon through her brother-in-law, Reverend John Bachman, who befriended Audubon … Continue reading

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