Monthly Archives: January 2020

Traffic Alert: Accident River Road near Seabrook Farm Road

At 7:15 am on Friday, January 31, Tidelines learned that: STJFD personnel are on scene of a single vehicle rollover with extrication on River Road between Main Road and Seabrook Farm Road. Expect delays in the area. Previous post had … Continue reading

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Traffic Alert: Accident at River Road near Seabrook Farm Road

At 7:15 am on Friday, January 31, Tidelines learned that: STJFD personnel are on scene of a single vehicle rollover with extrication on River Road between Main Road and Seabrook Farm Road. Expect delays in the area. -Tidelines Editors

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Fitness Class Schedule & Information

Lake House Fitness Class Information Lisa Anderson will begin teaching Gentle Yoga in February.  Join this awesome Lake House Instructor at 8:15 am on Mondays. Due to the SIPOA Annual Arts & Crafts Show, the following classes will be canceled: … Continue reading

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Join SIB for Birding Beyond our Backyard – Santee Coastal Reserve

Join SIB for a bird outing at Santee Coastal Reserve (located above McClellanville). We will be joined by Felicia Sanders of South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. She will show us where the Red-cockaded Woodpeckers are located and also give … Continue reading

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2020 Democratic Debate at the Charleston Gaillard Center – February 25

The 2020 Democratic Debate will be held on February 25, 2020 at the Charleston Gaillard Center. It is hosted by the Congressional Black Caucus Institute and CBS News. For any questions regarding tickets to the 2020 Democratic Debate, please reach … Continue reading

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SINHG Evening Program-Battle For Charleston Harbor

February’s SINHG Evening Program will bring noted historian, Dr. Stephen Wise, to the Lake House on Thursday evening, February 13, at 7:30 pm for a presentation on a key battle for control of Charleston Harbor during the Civil War. Dr. … Continue reading

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New Wildlife Sightings Reporting Form and Map

You may recall that the Environmental Committee used to publish a wildlife map showing where bobcats and other wildlife were spotted throughout Seabrook Island, but it has fallen into disuse. It was driven by reports submitted by Seabrookers when they … Continue reading

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Charleston Gaillard Center – Scheherazade – Feb 28 & 29

The Charleston Symphony Orchestra presents Scheherazade Daniel Moody, Countertenor CSO Chorus, Dr. Robert Taylor, Director College of Charleston Concert Choir, Dr. Robert Taylor, Director Ken Lam, Conductor Dates:  February 28 & 29, 2020 at 7:30 pm Place:  The Charleston Gaillard … Continue reading

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Living with Wild Turkeys on Seabrook Island

One of the joys of living here on Seabrook Island is the opportunity to observe and appreciate a wide array of fish and wildlife species. But one of the unintended consequences of this endeavor is that some of our wildlife … Continue reading

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Seabrookers Are Reading…

Here is the latest installment from our readers who want to share the joy of reading. American Duchess by Karen Harper The author reimagines the life of American heiress Consuelo Vanderbilt as the reluctant and bullied bride of the Duke … Continue reading

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Birding at the Water Treatment Plant

Twenty SIB members met January 28 for a special treat of birding behind the gates of the Seabrook Island Water Treatment Plant. On the large pond, we saw warblers, shorebirds, wading birds and birds of prey!  In total, we documented … Continue reading

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Protect Yourself from Social Security Scams

This important information is provided by the Office of the Inspector General, Social Security Administration. Scammers pretending to be government employees will try to scare you and trick you into giving them your personal information and money. They may threaten … Continue reading

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