Monthly Archives: April 2020

Club To-Go Menu for Thursday, April 30

The Seabrook Island Club is now offering to-go dining and meal delivery service to the entire island. The menu is updated daily – please see the link below. Tell your neighbors! For the Club’s daily menu, please click here. -Submitted by … Continue reading

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Coronavirus and Pets

Recent news items included reports of some pets testing positive for the coronavirus. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention says: We are still learning about this virus, but it appears that it can spread from people to animals in … Continue reading

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What Bird Makes this Sound?

Each spring, Seabrook Island Birders receive many requests for us to identify the bird that makes this sound. Even if you have never seen this bird, chances are if you live or spend time in the spring on Seabrook Island, … Continue reading

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Seabrookers Are Cooking

Are you getting tired of your tried and true recipes? Are you looking for simple, quick options? We know Seabrookers are cooking! Here are the recipes sent recently to Tidelines: Linguine with Creamy Lemon Sauce Lemon Caper Pasta Salmon Soup … Continue reading

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Club To-Go Menu for Wednesday, April 29

The Seabrook Island Club is now offering to-go dining and meal delivery service to the entire island. The menu is updated daily – please see the link below. Tell your neighbors! For the Club’s daily menu, please click here. -Submitted by … Continue reading

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Red Knots Love and Need Our Islands

According to the US Fish and Wildlife Service, the population of Red Knots that visit the eastern United States, the subspecies Rufa, declined by 75% between 1980 and 2000. It is estimated that only 45,000 of these birds are alive. … Continue reading

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Charleston Museum Live Streaming on Facebook

Despite the stay-at-home order, the Charleston Museum continues to provide ways to celebrate and share the incredible history of Charleston – virtually. On Wednesday, April 29, Chief of Collections Jennifer McCormick will discuss artists from the Charleston Renaissance from the … Continue reading

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Do You Know…? Parking on Seabrook Island 

Do you know… where parking is permitted on Seabrook Island? It is sometimes a challenge for property owners, renters, and visitors to know when and where it is allowable to park on the island. SIPOA Rules and Regulations addresses these questions. Property … Continue reading

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Club To-Go Menu for Tuesday, April 28

The Seabrook Island Club is now offering to-go dining and meal delivery service to the entire island. The menu is updated daily – please see the link below. Tell your neighbors! For the Club’s daily menu, please click here. -Submitted by … Continue reading

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Brown & White Pickup May 1

The next monthly Brown and White pickup is Friday, May 1. 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 … Continue reading

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Lake House Continues “At Home Fitness Option” in May

Looking to stay active??  Want to try a new class?  Or do you want to take one of the Lake House Fitness Classes you know and love? You can do all the above online with the May Monthly class pass! … Continue reading

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Where the Wild Things Are

A few months ago the SIPOA Environmental Committee showcased the new interactive wildlife reporting form and map. The reporting form and map can be accessed through the sipoa.org website. Below you’ll find the wildlife map for Seabrook Island showing icons … Continue reading

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