Monthly Archives: September 2018

From the Post and Courier: Tax Credits for Special-Needs Students

In Sunday’s Post & Courier (September 30, 2018) Business section in David Slade’s column there was an article entitled, “Tax credits for special-needs students are available this Monday.”  This article advises that South Carolina parents of special-needs children who pay … Continue reading

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Helping Victims of Hurricane Florence

St. Christopher is collecting items to be sent to those affected by the flooding caused by Hurricane Florence. This is a wonderful opportunity for the residents of Seabrook Island to help. See below for details. Bring donations to Susanna’s House, … Continue reading

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Yoga Fundraiser for Local Non-Profits – October 6

October 6, 2018 is National Blind Sports Day. Local non-profit Adaptive Expeditions is excited to partner with Charleston Association for the Blind to offer a universally accessible yoga class on the Back Deck of Charleston Pour House, taught by Lake … Continue reading

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October at Johns Island Regional Library

John’s Island Regional Library has several interesting activities and programs planned for October. On display is a photography exhibit of Melissa Houle’s series titled  “Changing Light: Reflections of the Low Country.” Featured this month are several presentations including The Right Stuff: … Continue reading

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Oktoberfest – October 13

Celebrate Oktoberfest on Saturday, October 13, 2018 from 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church, 405 King Street across from Marion Square. Featuring authentic German food, beer from Holy City Brewing, live music from the Hans Schmidt … Continue reading

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Pony Up Movie Night At CATR – October 13

Join Charleston Area Therapeutic Riding (CATR) for their 2nd Annual Movie Night, featuring the family-friendly film, Misty, based on Marguerite Henry’s award-winning book, Misty of Chincoteague. Date: Saturday, October 13, 2018 from 5:30 to 8:30 pm Location: Brickhouse Equestrian Center, … Continue reading

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Turtle Hatching on Kiawah Island

Click here to watch an interesting video about turtle hatching.   –Tidelines Editor

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35th Annual Alan Fleming Tennis Tournament – Oct 3-7

The 35th annual Alan Fleming Senior Open Clay State Championship will be held on Seabrook Island October 3 – 7, 2018.  This premier event is held at the Seabrook Island Racquet Club.   Over 200 players from around the county in various age … Continue reading

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Meet Joe Cunningham October 9

-Submitted by Marg Wildermann (Photo credit from Joe Cunningham for Congress)  

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Lake House Fitness Schedule for October

Below is the link to the October 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 Description of the classes Fitness class prices … Continue reading

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Benefit Event at the Gov. Thomas Bennett House – October 14

Enjoy an afternoon stroll through the gardens, sipping wine, nibbling on tastes of the South, viewing the works of local artists, and ending with an outdoor concert by Chamber Music Charleston. This special event benefits Chamber Music Charleston’s educational programs … Continue reading

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Cap’n Sams Spit Gets Go Ahead

In case you missed it, The Post and Courier had an article in Wednesday’s (September 26, 2018) paper entitled, “Judge rules road to develop Capt. Sam’s Spit can proceed.”  Click here to read the full article. –Tidelines Editors

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