2020 Tide Tables are now available at Seabrook Island Town Hall (2001 Seabrook Island Road) and the SIPOA Office (1202 Landfall Way). Residents may stop by either location during regular business hours to pick up a free copy.
The 2020 Tide Tables are provided free of charge by SCDHEC’s Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management (OCRM).
The 2020 Tide Tables may also viewed online at the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC) Website.
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Johns Island Regional Library located on Maybank Highway offers a wide variety of activities and resources for children, teens and adults.
To see the full calendar of activities and scheduled closure times at the Johns Island Regional Library for January, 2020, click here.
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Seabrook Island Club wins 2019 SCGA Club of the Year!
Press Release from the SCGA:
In addition to recognizing our SCGA Players of the Year and SCJGA Players of the Year, the South Carolina Golf Association will proudly recognize the Seabrook Island Club as the 2019 Club of the Year. Known for their beautiful oceanfront community and undisturbed natural surroundings, the Seabrook Island Club has also been the host to numerous SCGA Majors and SCJGA season ending events – assisting in the mission to grow the game throughout the state. Most recently, the 2017 SCGA Mid-Amateur Championship and the 2018 SCGA Senior Four Ball Championship were conducted across the 36-hole facility. The Club has also been the home to the Hootie & the Blowfish Chapter program’s season finale, the Tommy Cuthbert All-Stars Championship since 2007.
-From the SCGA
Mark your Calendar!
- Friday, February 14, 2020 from 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Meet the Artists Reception – 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm (refreshments will be served)
- Saturday, February 15, 2020 from 10:30 am – 5:00 pm
Seabrook Island is lucky to be home to many artists, craftsmen, photographers, hobbyists, and more! If you have artwork to display, we want you to show it at the 33rd Annual Arts and Crafts Show!
To download and print the 33rd Annual Arts & Crafts Show registration form, click here.
To fill out the registration form online, click here.
Registration forms will also be available at The Lake House, and the SIPOA Admin Office.
Please return completed the registration form to The Lake House front desk or email firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, February 6, 2010 by 4 pm.
Due to limited space, NO registrations will be accepted after February 6th. No walk-ins will be permitted.
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The Seabrook Island Swim Club hosted the 4th Annual Polar Bear Plunge at North Beach on a beautifully sunny but chilly New Year’s morning. The temperature didn’t deter the hearty swimmers who welcomed in 2020 with a refreshing sprint into the cold water. There were even more spectators on hand to watch and enjoy the spectacle. A bonfire and hot chocolate awaited both participants and supporters!
As the photos convey, it was a terrific morning on the beach and a good time was had by all. Thanks to Nic Porter, Jamie Mixson and the Lake House staff for their support of this event and thanks to all who made the plunge or cheered them on!
In January, the Seabrook Island Artist Guild will showcase one of its long- time and most active members, Walter Czander. Walter’s passion for art started in high school and was nurtured by Margaret Sullivan, a renowned artist and instructor. After a career in engineering that focused on the planning, concept and design of buildings for the pharmaceutical and chemical industries, he retired to Seabrook and pursued his early dream of becoming an artist.
Walter paints a variety of subjects in oils, acrylics and watercolors. His approach is to study paintings by renowned artists such as Turner, Homer and Manet and incorporate some of their styles in his paintings of the low country. As a member of the Artist Guild since 2007, Walter has organized and directed the hanging of the art displays at the Lake House and the classes taught by fellow guild members.
Walter’s paintings will be on display in the front hall of the Lake House during the month of January.
To learn more about the Seabrook Island Artist Guild, events, work-shops and membership visit the website at www.seabrookislandartistguild.com
-Submitted by Sharon Peck
The Seabrook Island Green Space Conservancy
20th Anniversary Casino Night Gala
Sunday, March 15, 2020
Island House at The Seabrook Island Club
The doors will open at 5:00 pm on what promises to be a fabulous evening of Casino games, music, an awesome live auction, and more. Unique food stations and delicious desserts will be prepared by the Club’s talented chefs and staff. Be prepared to enjoy the many Gala surprises in store for you!
Reservations are now available at $100 per person. You may go to SIGSC.org to download a reservation form. Kindly complete the information and drop it off, along with your check(s), at the specially marked “Gala” mailbox at 3051 Seabrook Island Road, c/o Paroli. Reservations will also be sold at the Lake House on Saturday, January 11, and Saturday, January 18, from 10 am until Noon.
Space is limited so be sure to make your reservations early.
The mission of Seabrook Island Green Space Conservancy is to “preserve the natural environment on Seabrook Island through the acquisition of land and land easements, through education and advocacy of conservation issues.” All proceeds from the Green Space Conservancy Gala go towards supporting our mission. Thank you for your continuing support of the Green Space Conservancy.
We will see you at the 2020 20th Anniversary Casino Night Gala!
-Submitted by SIGSC Communications Committee
The Kiawah Arts Council Presents
DATE: Friday, January 17, 2020
LOCATION: Grand Oaks Ballroom, The Sanctuary
TIME: 7:30 P.M.
TICKET RELEASE: 1/3
Click here for tickets available 1/3
Get down and boogie on Kiawah Island as Liquid Pleasure ignites the night with a variety of tunes from Aretha Franklin and B.B. King to today’s most popular hits.
Liquid Pleasure has been delighting audiences for more than two decades. This multi-cultural icon has committed its profession to bringing music to an array of audiences with a Motown big band feeling. After touring with major acts like Hootie and the Blowfish and REM, Liquid Pleasure focused on their own music and produced an album. After recording though, the band returned to what they knew to be successful – the dance and show circuit. Currently, Liquid Pleasure performs all over the nation including performing for multiple presidents, the Carolina Panthers, the Charlotte Hornets, and even took the stage at the 2000 Super Bowl!
Don’t miss your opportunity for a night of great music from Liquid Pleasure. Sit back and relax taking in the tunes or hit the dance floor with your favorite partner and groove the night away!
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Lake House Fitness Class Information
Stacey Richardson will begin teaching pilates in January 2020!
As an experienced Pilates instructor, Stacey is excited to bring her expertise of muscle sculpting and core strengthening to the class.
Join awesome Lake House Instructor, Stacey Richardson at 2:00 pm on Mondays and Wednesdays for Pilates!
*Gentle and Restorative Yoga will be canceled on Wednesday, January 1.
*Pilates will be canceled on Wednesday, January 1 and Monday, January 13.
The January 2020 Fitness Class schedule is attached.
-Submitted by the Lake House
Effective January 1, 2020, Ordinance 2019-08 prohibits the distribution of single-use plastic carryout bags, plastic straws, and polystyrene coolers, cups and other food containers by any business establishment operating in the Town of Seabrook Island.
The ordinance applies to all business establishments operating in the Town of Seabrook Island. A “business establishment” is defined as: “Any enterprise that sells or offers goods or merchandise to its customers through its employees, independent contractors associated with the business, or volunteers acting on behalf of the enterprise. The term includes sole proprietorships, joint ventures, partnerships, corporations, or any other form of legal entity whether for profit or not for profit, including those referenced and identified as a food provider.”
Click here for complete information as well as a detailed list of the restricted types of products and materials.