The following updates have been reported to Tidelines:
–Seabrook Island Racquet Sports
In compliance with current health guidelines and recommendations, the following actions have been implemented at the Racquet Club to avoid cross contamination and shared equipment.
Pro Shop is closed until further notice.
Court play is still available.
Reservations are required.
Check in for reservations and court assignments is set up on the Racquet Club front porch daily from 8:30 am-4:00 pm.
For each court assignment, each player must bring a new can of balls. When serving, each player will use their own can of balls, all other players do not touch during that game. Each can rotates with the server. Balls will be marked with permanent marker or equivalent to identify specific can being used for each game.
Tennis: No mixer rotations of players from court to court.
Pickleball: Drop-In group play canceled. Pickleball courts can be reserved through the Pro Shop for singles play only.
Social distancing is to be observed on court at all times.
Rental equipment including racquets, paddles, balls and ball machine are not available.
Towels are not in circulation.
Court water fountains are not operational. We encourage members bring their own water bottles/containers
*Spring Break junior clinics have been cancelled.
Lessons with our pro staff are available.
Lessons and Clinics Procedures – Teaching professional handles ball pick-up and hoppers. No students need to touch balls or equipment to participate
-Effective April 1, The Seabrook Island Club has discontinued breakfast service.
-Effective April 1, Compu-Experts at Freshfields Village has temporarily stopped making in-home service calls and any in-store appointments or consultations. They are still available to continue to service clients via email, text messaging, phone consultations or remote assistance. Please call Chad Droze at (843) 530-3998 or Mark Watson at (843) 810-1621 with any questions.
– Parkway Improvement Project: Lane closures, effective March 31, there will be lane closures on the Kiawah Island Parkway and intermittent traffic delays. Traffic control will be present so please use caution as there could be abrupt stops in traffic. This closure is part of the Kiawah Island Parkway Improvement Project (phase 1), which you can read more about here. Thank you for your patience and if you have questions regarding the project, please contact Brian Gottshalk at 843-768-5111 or at email@example.com.
– The Seabrook Island Club has announced the following information:
Driving Range Closed Sunday & Monday, April 5 and 6
The new irrigation system installation project moves to the range Sunday & Monday; therefore, the range will be closed those days with plans to re-open Tuesday morning. The short game areas will remain open during this time.
Golf Shop & Operations Update
The golf pro shop and locker rooms are temporarily closed to members and guests. Restrooms will remain open.
Tee times may be made via phone (843) 768 – 2529 and online in the members’ section of www.discoverseabrook.com. For same day play, please call the golf shop.
Check-in for golf play will take place outside near the driving range tee. A limited number of pro shop items (balls, gloves, etc.) will be available for purchase.
Mixed Couples, MGA and SILGA should use online scoring only. Printed scorecards for all group play will not be available at this time. Groups must handle their own games (scorecards, posting of scores, etc.)
Only one player will be allowed in a golf cart, with the exception of family members who may choose to ride together. However, walking is encouraged. There is a limited supply of golf carts. They will be available as long as the supply lasts.
If you generate any trash, please dispose of it in the proper receptacles. This includes those who ride in carts.
Golf bag storage has been postponed and members are asked to handle their own golf bag. There is no due date for when members should pick up their bags…simply keep your clubs with you the next time you play or practice, rather than returning them to the golf staff.
Rental equipment and demo clubs are not available.
Rakes, flagsticks and ball washers have been removed and inverted cups have been installed. For balls in a footprint, the ball may be moved to the nearest unaffected area in a bunker no nearer the hole.
PGA lead coaching sessions will be limited to a max of 3 students with proper spacing. Individual instruction will continue.
Please adhere to proper Social Distancing when engaging with employees. You may be only encountering one or two employees, but they will be engaging with hundreds of people. For your safety and the employees safety please stay six feet away from all non-household members.
– The Gaillard Center has cancelled or postponed all performances scheduled prior to May 11. At this time all other performances after May 11 are taking place as scheduled. For more information, click here.
-Effective March 30, all Charleston County Park & Recreation Commission Parks and Facilities are closed until further notice. Public Boat Landings are closed to all except those individuals possessing a current, valid commercial fishing license or permit. All Charleston County Parks events and programs have also been canceled through May 10. Some of these events may be rescheduled in the coming months. Those who registered for events or programs that required a fee will be refunded.
–The Lake House and all SIPOA offices and facilities are closed through the month of April. During the closure, all meetings, events, and activities are canceled and there is no after-hours access. Video fitness will be accessible with the link, 24/7.
–New Harris Teeter Senior Shopping Hours: Effective March 30, Harris Teeter at Freshfields Village is offering new senior shopping hours for individuals 60 years and older every Monday and Thursday from 6 am – 8 am. Senior discounts will only be applied on Thursday, as usual. Only send one member of your family or group into the store, and make every effort to stay 6 ft apart from other shoppers in aisles. Please try to reduce shopping trips to once a week. Customers who bring in their own reusable bags will have to bag their own groceries, so associates do not have to handle reusable bags.
-Charleston County is canceling the in-person Main Road Corridor: Segment A public information meeting scheduled for March 31 at St. John’s High School. The public information meeting will now take place as an online meeting, which will go live on the project website, at 5 pm on March 31.
–Freshfields Village announced that the Spring Concert on April 10, the Spring Festival on April 11, and the Easter Service On The Green on April 12 have all been canceled.
-For the latest update from Town of Seabrook Island, click here.
-For the latest post from SIPOA, click here.
-For the latest update on Freshfields Village store hours and closings, click here.
Dining To-Go Options Offered Locally:
-Freshfields To-Go click here.
-Seabrook Island Club To-Go click here.
-Kiawah To-Go click here.
-McCann’s Irish Pub curbside pickup 4:00 pm – 7:30 pm.
To read about previously posted cancellations and changes, click on read more.
-The Turtle Patrol Orientation and T-Shirt meeting was canceled. A reminder that the deadline to order T-Shirts is April 2. If you need instructions and/or an order form, contact Gary Fansler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
–Spoleto Festival USA 2020 has been canceled. They are committed to making the 2021 Festival, scheduled for May 28 – June 13, 2021, an even more wonderful way to celebrate life and the arts. For more information, click here.
–Seabrook Island Club has announced the following:
- The amenity office is closed to walk-ins. Utilize the drop-off and pick-up boxes at the Amenity Office for amenity cards. For amenity card questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
- The administrative office is closed to walk-ins. To drop off a member payment, please utilize the payment box located outside of the administrative office. For billing questions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
-Effective Monday, March 23, all operations at The Sanctuary will be temporarily closed with plans to reopen on April 6. The indoor and outdoor pools, as well as beach access at The Sanctuary, will be temporarily closed and The Sanctuary Spa is closed until further notice.
–The Charleston Museum and its Historic Houses will be closed March 18 through March 31.
-The remaining 2019-2020 Kiawah Arts & Cultural Events season that ends in June has been officially canceled.
-All SINHG Trips through April 15 have been canceled, as well as the April Evening Program.
-The Town of Seabrook Island has canceled the shredding event scheduled for Friday, April 24.
-Event to Celebrate Charleston’s 350th Anniversary with K-S Exchange scheduled for April 1 is canceled.