Gaillard Center – Raising the Volume

Raising the Volume 

Episodes I-III are available now! 

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Episode I

A conversation on music, racism, art, activism, and more with Marcus Amaker & Charlton Singleton.

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Episode II

A conversation on Charleston activism, past and present with the former Municipal Court Judge for the City of Charleston for 33 years, Judge Arthur McFarland.

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Episode III

A conversation on awareness and action with the Executive Director of YWCA,

LaVanda Brown.

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Exercise At Home

The Lake House is releasing YouTube videos that they have made to show how different exercises can be modified to meet the needs and abilities of different people.

If you are not comfortable going into The Lake House, rather than avoiding exercises, you can do them from home. Mark Durinsky, Lake House Personal Trainer, offers hints on how to modify exercises such as squats, pushups, and the plank.

These videos are only 4 or 5 minutes long and demonstrate how different exercises can be adapted for anyone wanting a less difficult workout or those who would like to start exercising again.

Check out this video sent recently. In this video, Mark shows 3 more exercises with modifications to add to your beginner exercise program. Click here.

Here is a list of the previous videos:

  • Check out this video on the many reasons why you should start an exercise program here.
  • Check out this video for 3 exercises that all have various modifications so you can start your exercise program today. Click here.

-Submitted by Jamie Mixson, Manager, The Lake House

Reminder: Virtual Public Hearing Re: Signage at Gate

TOWN OF SEABROOK ISLAND, SC
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

The Town of Seabrook Island Board of Zoning Appeals will conduct a Virtual Public Hearing at 2:30 pm on Monday, November 2, 2020. During the meeting, the board will consider the following request for variance from the Development Standards Ordinance for the Town of Seabrook Island:

Application # 169

APPLICANT: Seabrook Island Property Owners Association
LOCATION: 2303 Seabrook Island Road (SIPOA Gatehouse)
TAX MAP #: 147-00-00-001
ZONING DISTRICT: PDD Planned Development District
CODE SECTION: 12.120(e)

VARIANCE(S) REQUESTED: To reduce the required setback for ground signs from six (6) feet to approximately two (2) feet to allow for installation of two (2) community message board signs with electronic variable message displays on the inbound and outbound lanes of Seabrook Island Road.

Documents relating to the variance requests may be viewed on the town’s website here.

Individuals who wish to submit a public comment on the variance request may do so in writing by 12:00 pm on Monday, November 2, 2020, using one of the following options:

ONLINE

https://www.townofseabrookisland.org/variance-169.html

EMAIL

jcronin@townofseabrookisland.org

MAIL OR HAND DELIVER

Town of Seabrook Island
Attn: Zoning Administrator
2001 Seabrook Island Road
Seabrook Island, SC 29455

The meeting will be live-streamed on the town’s YouTube channel at the following address: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIkF87knEApHD1q0kGlaGZg.

For more information, please call (843) 768-9121.

 -Submitted by Joseph M. Cronin, Town Administrator

Kiawah Arts Council Update

An Update on the Arts & Cultural Events Season

Dear Patrons,

As we informed you in the summer, the Town of Kiawah Island canceled the first half of the Arts & Cultural Events season with the hope that events could resume safely in early 2021.

The Arts & Cultural Events Council, in coordination with the Town, has begun evaluating events planned for 2021 on an incremental basis. There are no events being considered until after January 2021. Evaluations will include an assessment of various factors impacting the safety of artists, guests, volunteers, and staff. We will keep you informed as further decisions are made and will provide an update on these efforts in January.

Elements of the Arts Council program such as the volunteer-based structure, guest demographics, and use of multiple venues present unique challenges in implementing recommended safety protocols. As such, the Arts Council believes an incremental approach is the best manner in which to proceed.

When the Arts Council resumes events, all applicable State and local requirements, such as capacity constraints and face coverings, will be strictly enforced.

We thank you for your patronage and look forward to welcoming you back to performances when the situation allows.

-Kiawah Arts Council

Flu Shot Clinic At The Lake House

MUSC Flu Shot Clinic – Monday, November 2, 2020
The Lake House

Have you had your flu shot this fall?  We understand many people are worried about COVID exposure and may not have ventured out to get the flu vaccine. Our residents’ health and safety are important. As part of our Back2Business association with MUSC Health, SIPOA is hosting a flu shot clinic at The Lake House from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm on Monday, November 2, 2020.  All residents and staff are invited to attend. Bring your insurance card with you!

The clinic will be held in the Osprey rooms.  Entrance and exit are from the OUTSIDE ONLY.  Due to COVID best practices and occupancy limits, there are some requirements:

  • Properly worn masks are required at all times.
  • Your temperature will be taken before entering the front door of The Lake House.
  • Follow signs through the lobby and out to the back porch.
  • Turn left toward the Osprey rooms and wait with your mask on and with a minimum of 6’ distance between people.
  • When called, enter the Osprey room from the OUTSIDE through the door marked ENTER.
  • MUSC staff will complete your intake forms – BRING YOUR INSURANCE CARD!!
  • You will then be directed to the next room where the vaccine will be administered.
  • Leave the room and go outside through the door marked EXIT.
  • Maintaining your mask and distancing, walk around the building to the front parking lot, or return to the back door of the lobby, enter the lobby, and exit through the front door.

-Submitted by SIPOA

 

 

November Fitness Class Information

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Lake House Class Information

The Lake House will continue to offer Splashers on Mondays and Wednesdays and Water Aerobics on Fridays at noon throughout November.

Beginning in November, The Lake House will offer two HIIT Boxing classes per week.
We have added HIIT Boxing on Tuesdays at 12:00 pm. It will also remain on the Fitness schedule at 8:15 am on Saturdays.

The Water Aerobics classes at noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays will no longer be offered as of November 1.

Lake House Class Cancelations

Classes located in Live Oak Hall will be canceled on Tuesday, November 3 due to the Presidential Election. This includes Flow Yoga, Cardio Interval, Core Fusion, Get Pumped, and HIIT Cycle.

HIIT Cycle will be suspended beginning in November.

HIIT Boxing will be canceled on 11/3, 11/17 and 11/28

Water Aerobics at 8:00 am will be canceled on Thursday, November 5.

Deep Water Aerobics at 4:00 pm will be canceled on Thursday, November 5.

Classes located in Live Oak Hall will be canceled on Tuesday, November 17 due to the Presidential Runoff Election (if needed). This includes Flow Yoga, Cardio Interval, Core Fusion, Get Pumped, and HIIT Cycle.

All Lake House Fitness Classes will be canceled on the following days due to the Thanksgiving Holiday:

  • Thursday, November 26
  • Friday, November 27
  • Saturday, November 28

-Submitted by Jamie Mixson, Manager, The Lake House

History of Charleston – Twenty-fifth of the Series

Our Tidelines post on Saturday, April 18, congratulated Charleston on its 350th Anniversary. Click here to read the post.

The Post and Courier is running a series of articles about the history of Charleston to commemorate the 350th Anniversary beginning in 1670 when the first settlers arrived in Charleston Harbor. We will be posting a link to each article of the series as it becomes available.

To read this twenty-fifth installment, “Charleston Becomes Ground Zero For Abolition Debate,” click here.

To read the previous twenty-four articles, go to our website, www.tidelinesblog.com, and type “history” in the search box on the right.

Tidelines Editors

(Image credit: The Post and Courier filesJohn C. Calhoun,)

SINHG Tours Magnolia Cemetery

Nineteen Seabrook Island Natural History Group (SINHG) members made a nighttime visit to Charleston’s historic Magnolia Cemetery late this month as part of SINHG’s series of fall trips for members.

Curated by Bull Dog Tours, members learned of the cemetery’s founding in 1849 and its status as the final resting place for more than 2,000 Confederate soldiers, including the eight crewmen of the CSS Hunley submarine and eighty-four soldiers who died at Gettysburg. The tour was a moving tribute to the Holy City’s sometimes tumultuous history.

For more information about SINHG, click here.

-Submitted by Norm Powers, for SINHG

Alan Fleming Tennis Teams Up With Blessing Basket

While the 2019 Alan Fleming Tennis Tournament was canceled due to Covid 19, the tennis committee is still hard at work raising funds for this year’s charitable beneficiary. For the third consecutive year, the committee chose one of Sea Island Hunger Awareness Foundation’s (“SIHAF”) programs, the Blessing Basket.

The Blessing Basket touches so many of our neighbors. Monthly, the program distributes food to approximately 300 families living on Johns and Wadmalaw Islands whose income is below the poverty level. Funds raised through our efforts allow SIHAF to improve the quality of the food baskets with the addition of protein, fruit, and vegetables.

The committee would like to thank those who have donated this year and in prior years. For those who would like to donate and have not, checks should be made out to the Sea Island Hunger Awareness Foundation and Blessing Basket should be noted in the memo area. Checks should be mailed to Fleming Charitable Fundraising, 130 Gardener Circle, PMB-508, Seabrook Island, SC 29455. For information about the fundraising effort, please contact the Fundraising Chair, Krista Tillman, at krista.tillman@gmail.com.  Information on the Blessing Basket can be found at fightislandhunger.org.

News pertinent to the Alan Fleming Tennis Tournament will be noted on the tournament website: alanflemingtournament.net.

-Submitted by Patti and Dale Leibach

Introducing New Lake House Personal Trainer – Kayleigh Breaux

 

Kayleigh Breaux grew up in Charleston, SC. Her favorite things about the area are the sunshine, good food and great people. From a young age she got involved in athletics and has loved them ever since. Kayleigh’s love of exercise and its effects on the body blossomed. In her time away from work she enjoys taking her pup for long walks and spending time with her husband and family.

Kayleigh is a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She believes that whatever form of exercise you are doing, you should enjoy it. “The secret to long term success is enjoyment. If you do not enjoy it, then you will not do it.  And in turn you won’t see the results you are aiming for” she says. Kayleigh’s objective as your personal trainer is to get you moving and doing the things you love. She wants to support you in meeting and exceeding your goals. She loves making “tailored to you” fitness plans that address your specific needs and goals.

Kayleigh’s fitness mottos is “You are unique and have specific needs and ambitions that are all your own. Your exercise should fit where you are and where you are going.”

Help us in welcoming Kayleigh to Seabrook Island and The Lake House Team!

-Submitted by The Lake House

 

Charleston Music Hall December Schedule

Just Announced!

Thursday, December 3, 2020

Doors: 6:30 pm | Show: 8:00 pm

Local Pre-Sale Online Only this Thursday, Oct. 29 from 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
Promo Code ~ ROCKING
Public On-Sale Online Only Starts this Friday, Oct. 30 at 10:00 am

Live at the Music Hall: $59.50
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Livestream: $25
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