Monthly Archives: December 2020

Seabrookers Are Reading…

Over the last year, more than 100 titles have been recommended by our readers. The complete list is available by clicking here.  We hope you’ll continue to send us your suggestions for good things to read. Here is the last … Continue reading

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Seabrookers Are Watching

Have you watched a terrific show or movie at home lately? Maybe you’ve discovered an interesting series on Amazon Prime or Netflix or another media service provider. We’ve published more than 90 suggestions in 2020 that showcased the variety of … Continue reading

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Lake House Semi-Private Series and Workshop

Move Better Fitness: Semi-Private Series – January Session Are you ready to move with more confidence and stability? Gain that extra step by challenging and improving your core, posture, and balance through functional exercises. Functional movements are essential components in all stages … Continue reading

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Reminder: No Polar Plunge on January 1

The Polar Plunge usually scheduled for January 1 has been canceled. All of these intrepid folks will have to wait until 2022 to participate in the next annual New Year’s Day Polar Plunge. –Tidelines Editors

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Date Change for Brown & White Pickup

Normally, Brown & White Pickup is on the first Friday of the month. Since Friday, January 1 is a holiday, Brown & White Pickup will occur on Friday, January 8, 2021. Be sure to mark your calendars with this change. … Continue reading

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SIGC Meeting January 8 – Succulent Gardening

Did you know that not all succulents are related to one another? Succulent is an umbrella term used in the plant world to denote any plant that has adapted to survive in arid, sunny conditions. Think: dry desert! Join the … Continue reading

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SIAG Welcomes Laurie Meyer January 25-26, 2021, Workshop

SIAG is pleased to have Laurie Meyer conducting a two-day workshop January 25-26, 2021. Laurie Meyer has lived and painted in Charleston for over thirty years. A lover of light and color effects in oil paint and watercolor, Laurie challenges … Continue reading

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Parking on Seabrook Island

The Safety & Security Committee wants visitors to Seabrook Island to enjoy their stay and enjoy our beaches and community. Unfortunately, when visitors receive a citation for unknowingly breaking the rules, it can leave a bad impression of our island … Continue reading

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Candidates for 2021 SIPOA Board of Directors

Over the past several days, we have published the personal statements of each of the candidates for 2021 SIPOA Board of Directors. In case you missed reading any, click here for a link to our website where you’ll find a … Continue reading

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SIPOA Office Closed Today

The SIPOA Administration offices will be closed today, Monday, December 28. They will reopen on Tuesday, December 29 from 8:00 am until 12:00 noon. –Tidelines Editors

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Meet Candidates for 2021 SIPOA Board of Directors

On Wednesday, January 6, 2021, at 5:00 pm, a Zoom Webinar will take place to meet the candidates for 2021 SIPOA Board of Directors. Registration is required to attend the event and is for property owners only. Those registered will … Continue reading

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Amendment to Rules for Pets

As Seabrookers know, our island is pet-friendly, with a specially-designated area for pet owners to enjoy the beach and ocean with their animals, and where many Seabrookers can be seen out and about walking their dogs and visiting with neighbors. … Continue reading

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