Monthly Archives: February 2021

Rezoning Request for 4455 Betsy Kerrison

A request for rezoning of the parcel located at 4455 Betsy Kerrison is on the agenda for the Charleston County Planning Commission scheduled for March 8. The proposed rezoning is to change from current zoning of single family residential 4 … Continue reading

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Align and Flow Semi-Private Series Returns

The Lake House Semi-Private Series Align and Flow Semi-Private Series Returns to The Lake House in March Awaken your core, connect to your breath and learn to ‘flow’ with intention. This 5-week yoga session will focus on alignment and build … Continue reading

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CCPL: Read Across America March 1 – 5

Ready, Set, Read Across America! To celebrate the fun and value of reading with the children in your life, join Charleston County Public Library for daily virtual read-alouds with local guest readers to celebrate the annual National Education Association’s (NEA) Read … Continue reading

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Books, Books, Books

We know Seabrookers are readers because you’ve shared so many titles with us since we launched “Seabrookers Are Reading” in September 2019. Clearly, everyone is looking for good things to read. Please continue to send your titles to us. From … Continue reading

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Traffic Alert: Accident at Bohicket and Edenvale Road

At 7:00 pm today, Saturday, February 27, 2021, St. Johns Fire District tweeted that Bohicket Road is closed at Edenvale Road for a single vehicle collision resulting in a fatality. This will be an extended closing. No other details were … Continue reading

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TOSI Community Promotion Grant Program

The Community Promotion Grant program was established by Seabrook Island Town Council in 2021. Grants will be awarded to non-profit programs and activities designed to benefit the Town of Seabrook Island by promoting and enhancing community wellness, cultural and historical … Continue reading

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CJO: Big Band Legacy – Evolution of the Jazz Orchestra March 27

Join your Charleston Jazz Orchestra for a live performance as they present a musical timeline of the Big Band Legacy: Evolution of the Jazz Orchestra. Charleston Music HallMarch 27, 2021Two sets: 5:00 pm and 8:00 pm Click here for tickets and more … Continue reading

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TOKI Arts Council Virtual Event

Upcoming Virtual Event Quentin E. Baxter presents Jeremy Wolf Group Sunday, February 28 at  5:00 pmVirtual Location Register here. Traditionally held at Turtle Point Clubhouse, this year’s Quentin E. Baxter series may look a little different but will continue to … Continue reading

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Charleston Gaillard Center – “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical Virtual Program”

Summer: The Donna Summer MusicalVirtual Program – Virtual discussion with Choreographer Sergio Trujillo March 8 at 6:00 pm EST $10 Individual Stream$15 Household Stream* We are excited to present our second virtual program for our 20 -21 Series in two weeks! Sergio Trujillo, … Continue reading

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Charleston Music Hall March Events

There are several exciting shows happening at the Charleston Music Hall in March. Click here to learn more and to buy tickets. -Submitted by Charleston Music Hall (Image credit: Charleston Music Hall)

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TOSI Clips: Town Council Meeting 2/23

A video of the February 23, 2021, Town Council Meeting can be accessed online through the Town of Seabrook Island’s website. To view the 2 hour and 23 minute video, click here and select the Video link under February 23, … Continue reading

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Extreme Weather Threatens Sea Turtle Population, Humans Respond

The extreme cold weather that recently enveloped much of the country left millions without power and water in areas where such weather has historically been rare. Similarly, wildlife in these areas have had to quickly adapt to the cold. For … Continue reading

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