Monthly Archives: January 2021

Swearing in of New SIUC Commissioner

On January 29, 2021 Mr. James Ferland of Oyster Catcher Court was sworn in at Town Hall as the newest SIUC Commissioner. Mr Ferland replaces Commissioner Tim Morawski.  The swearing in was officiated by Judge Dennis E. O’Neill who acts as … Continue reading

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February at the Gibbes Museum of Art

The Gibbes Museum of Art has exciting happenings on the calendar for February! Please see below for events and exhibitions rolling out this month.

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Can You Spot a Credible News Source?

Did you know that it’s National News Literacy Week? Learn more at about how to determine the difference between a credible news source and one that is not. National News Literacy Week focuses on using education to stop the … Continue reading

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Broadway’s “Waitress” Virtual Program – February 9, 2021

Waitress Virtual Program – A moderated discussion with Bailey McCall  February 9, 2021 at 6:00 pm $10 Individual Stream$15 Household Stream We are excited to present our first virtual program for our 2020-21 Series! Bailey McCall, Jenna in the national tour … Continue reading

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Traffic Alert Accident near Main and River Roads

At approximately 12:30 pm today, Friday, January 29, St. Johns Fire District tweeted that there is a vehicle collision with injuries at Main Road and River Road, near the Limehouse Bridge. They anticipate potential delays in the area. If you … Continue reading

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Update iPhones and iPads Now

A number of news sources are reporting that Apple users need to update iPhones and iPads with the latest software, version 14.4. Apple identified two security threats that have been fixed with the latest update. For more information, see the … Continue reading

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Mike Gorski and Friends 2021 Challenge for Backpack Buddies $100,000

Yes, he’s back again with more friends than ever before! He will definitely need them because this year Mike has set the goal at $100,000. The Challenge directly benefits Backpack Buddies Seabrook Island and the Backpack Buddies Group of Kiawah Women’s … Continue reading

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Recycling on Seabrook Island

On December 1, 2020, Charleston County opened its new 82,000-square-foot Material Recovery Center (Recycling Center) in North Charleston. Now, thanks to state-of-the-art optical scanning and magnetic devices, Charleston County can handle many times more recyclables and can save the cost … Continue reading

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Possible Frost Overnight

There is a possibility of frost overnight. Some weather sites are saying that if the temperature doesn’t go below freezing (32°F,)  the “real feel” will. You may want to cover your plants, especially the fragile ones.  Plants are the most … Continue reading

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CJO: New Year New Season

The 2021 Charleston Jazz Orchestra Season 13 will feature a lineup of performances to include a musical timeline of the history of the big band, an exploration of jazz around the world, a jazz twist on symphonic classics and the … Continue reading

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2021 Tide Tables Now Available at Town Hall and SIPOA Office

2021 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. PDF copies … Continue reading

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74th Annual Festival of Houses and Gardens March 11 – April 18

There’s no lovelier time in Charleston than spring – and no better way to experience the city’s charm than by attending the Historic Charleston Foundation’s Festival of Houses and Gardens.  Tickets for the 74th Annual Festival of Houses and Gardens … Continue reading

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