Clear out the clutter and join us for the Seabrook Island Community Yard Sale!
Date: Saturday, May 19, 2018
Time: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Location: Seabrook Island Town Hall Parking Lot
The community yard sale will be open to the public, but signups to sell items are for Seabrook Island Property Owners only.
Setup may begin at 7:00 am and we ask that sellers bring any items (tables, chairs, umbrella, water, etc.) they may need. Cars will need to be removed from the selling area by 7:45 am. Please note, there is no bathroom available at the Town Hall.
To reserve your spot, please email firstname.lastname@example.org the following information by Wednesday, May 16, 2018:
*First and Last Name
*Seabrook Island Address
*Number of spots (size of a parking space) needed
*Brief list of items, if possible (may be included in sale advertisements)
*Pictures of items, if possible (may be included in sale advertisements)
-Submitted by the Lake House
A few spots are still available. Register today!
We have a few spots available in both the Balance Level 1 and Core Essentials semi-private series. Both series occur on Wednesdays (May 2, 9, 16, and 23) throughout May.
Balance Level 1 – 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Core Essentials: More Balance Challenges – 4:15 pm to 5:15 pm
The cost per semi-private series is $40 per participant. Please note, registration for a series includes all four classes at the same time on the same day throughout May. These workshops are not included in the monthly class pass. There are no refunds. Fee will be charged to your Property Owner/Club Account.
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The Lake House has an abundance of ways to enable us to keep fit. The equipment, classes, and pools offer many different ways to do this.
It is important that we maintain the cleanliness and quality of the Fitness Center by following some simple rules:
- Wipe down the equipment after each use.
- Return weights to the racks provided. Do not throw the weights.
- Children 15 and below, MUST be under the direct supervision, and within arms reach of an adult.
- Closed-toe shoes are required.
- Shirts must be worn at all times. Swimsuits are not acceptable attire in the fitness center.
To view and download the class and pool schedule for May, click here.
-Submitted by The Lake House.
This is an official notice from the Seabrook Island Utility Commission Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations Office for Thursday May 3rd, 2018
The Seabrook Island Property Owners Association has requested that the following work be delayed until Thursday, May 3, 2018.
The contractor working for the Seabrook Island Property Owners Association on the island’s storm drains has requested that the Seabrook Island Utility Commission relocate the main water line that was installed by the Fairway One Town Homes’ Developer that exclusively serves the Fairway One Town Homes (see addresses noted below).
This relocation of the main water line will occur on Thursday, May 3, 2018 between the hours of 8:00 am and 12:00 pm.
If you do not live in one of the addresses noted below, you will not experience any water outage.
Fairway One Town Homes
Fairway One Villas Irrigation
3025 High Hammock Road
3026 High Hammock Road
3027 High Hammock Road
3028 High Hammock Road
3029 High Hammock Road
3030 High Hammock Road
3031 High Hammock Road
3032 High Hammock Road
3033 High Hammock Road
3034 High Hammock Road
3035 High Hammock Road
3036 High Hammock Road
3037 High Hammock Road
3038 High Hammock Road
3039 High Hammock Road
3040 High Hammock Road
3041 High Hammock Road
3042 High Hammock Road
3043 High Hammock Road
3044 High Hammock Road
3045 High Hammock Road
3046 High Hammock Road
3047 High Hammock Road
Once the work is completed, it is possible that potable water that flows from your fixtures may be tinged (brown, rusty or tea colored) from sediment that has been stirred up in the line during work.
This is a normal occurrence when water has been turned off for an extended period of time or when water hydrants and water valves are exercised. If this is the case in your unit, run you faucets until the water is clear.
The water is safe to drink.
-Submitted by Seabrook Island Utility Commission
The next monthly Brown & White pickup is Friday, May 4.
Bulk items can 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 taken to the Maintenance area (adjacent to the Community Garden) that morning between 7 am and 2 pm. Hazardous materials must be handed directly to the attendant on duty. The materials cannot be left on the ground.
The Seabrook Island Dolphin Education and Data Collection program is off and running after our first training course on Wednesday, April 25 at the SIPOA Community Center. Lauren Rust of the Lowcountry Marine Mammal Network (LMMN) lead us through the Federal regulations on dolphins and reviewed our approach to how tourists and residents view strand feeding dolphins so there is little or no interference in their activities.
The second training program will be conducted on Thursday, May 3, 2018 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm at the Kiawah River inlet. Lauren Rust of LMMN will provide this on-site training about the data collection sheets and how to observe any dolphins that may be present. The inlet is at North Beach approximately 1.5 miles from Seabrook Island boardwalk #1. Allow extra time to either walk or ride your bike to the site. Anyone who is still interested in joining our volunteer group is welcome to attend. For additional information, contact Lauren Rust: email@example.com.
Bring a chair, sunscreen, binoculars (if you have them) and a camera to take photos of the activities! We look forward to your participation.
-Submitted by John Wells
Photo Credit: Morton B.Paine
The Charleston Museum is pleased to announce the opening of a new photo exhibit in its Lowcountry Image Gallery. A Photographic Artist: Morton B. Paine’s Shots of Charleston, on display through November 4, 2018, features the work of Charleston photographer Morton B. Paine.
Morton “Nicky” Brailsford Paine, Jr. photographed the people and events of Charleston for forty years. Arguably one of the most dedicated photographers of the Holy City, Paine was interested in mechanics and new inventions, and he led the way in using modern scientific advancements. He was a cross-country driver, a pilot, and one of the first amateurs to use a motion picture camera on the east coast. Always experimenting with speed, light, shadow, and later, color, Nicky Paine would record the history of the buildings, beaches and people of Charleston from 1900 to his death in 1940.
The images in this exhibit are part of the collection purchased by the Museum in 1941 from Nicky’s sister, May Paine. Rescued from their 47 Meeting Street residence after a Category 2 hurricane flooded the basement three days before his death, they include glass plate negatives and prints.
-Submitted by Suzanne DiBella Olson