Upcoming Shows at PURE Theatre

PURE Theatre has some great shows scheduled for September and October 2021. Click on the links below for more information.

“The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey at Dock Street”

Wednesday, September 29 – Friday, October 8, 2021

Click here for ticket information.

“Constellations” by Nick Payne at Battery Gadsen

Friday, October 15, Saturday, October 16, 2021

Click here for ticket information.

“Buyer and Cellar” by Jonathan Tolins at Battery Gadsen

Friday, October 22, Saturday, October 23, 2021

Click here for ticket information.

-Submitted by PURE Theatre

(Image credit: PURE Theatre)

Kiawah Arts and Cultural Council Upcoming Events

The Town of Kiawah Arts and Cultural Council has announced its 2021-2022 schedule of events. A complete list of upcoming events is available on their website. The first performance will be a popular one!

The Charlestones
Sunday, September 19, 2021 at 4:00 pm
Church of Our Saviour 
Ticket Release: For Kiawah, August 31; for the public, September 3
Cost: No charge

The Charlestones are an a cappella quartet consisting of Todd Monsell (bass), Brink Norton (tenor), William Purcell (lead), and Stephen Spaulding (baritone). They have quickly made a name for themselves with their trademark flawless intonation, rocksteady camaraderie, and a wide variety of vocal styles.

Note: All Town of Kiawah Arts and Cultural Events Council events are open to the public, but Kiawah property owners have a 3-day lead time on tickets for certain events. If an event has only one release date listed, then early access is not available for that event. Tickets are only available online once released.

-Submitted by Town of Kiawah Arts and Cultural Events Council

(Image credit: kiawahisland.org)

SIPOA COVID Update, August 30, 2021

Throughout the pandemic, SIPOA has implemented prudent and well-researched policies for our facilities. These policies are not static and are adapted to respond to new data we receive. 


SIPOA and many other businesses, employers, and communities participate in the MUSC Back2Business program. The program guides participants in their efforts to prevent/mitigate COVID in their respective settings. 


Last month, we relaxed our mask mandate and changed it to “strongly recommend, but not require” masks because we weren’t yet seeing data showing the impact of the Delta variant. However, as the Delta variant has gained a foothold, we continue to learn of its effects. Even vaccinated individuals, and those originally believed to be at low risk, continue to be in danger of getting the virus, and perhaps worse, of spreading it to others. 


Therefore, in an effort to prevent/mitigate the virus and preserve our community health overall, we looked to MUSC for general guidance on mask requirements in light of the Delta variant data, as well as how a mask requirement would affect our specific facility use, with particular attention to a fitness center setting.


Following MUSC’s example for building and wellness center mask use, and after consultation with the Board of Directors, SIPOA will be re-instituting the requirement for masks inside SIPOA buildings – Admin Office, Lake House, Community Center, Gatehouse, and Maintenance – effective 9/1/21. However, there is an exception for individuals who are actively exercising inside the Lake House. Individuals who are exercising may remove their masks while doing so, but should maintain social distancing whenever possible, and wear masks when interacting with others at a distance of less than 6’. 


With your help, we can continue to keep our community safe and healthy. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding in these dynamic times.

-Submitted by Heather Paton, MCM, CMCA, LSM, PCAM Executive Director 

Turtle Patrol Report for the Week Ending August 29

Nest 75

The Turtle Patrol got quite a surprise on Friday when morning walkers discovered a brand new crawl that led to nest 75! This nest comes 34 days after our most recent 2021 nest was laid and is Seabrook Island’s latest recorded nest. Zone 3 walkers Jane M, Joe F and Sandy M called in a crawl with a promising body pit north of Boardwalk 6. Valerie and Mark D responded, located the nest, and moved it back into the dune. We thought we were done with new nests, but now we wonder – will nest 75 be our last of the season? As of now, 13 of this year’s 75 nests remain on the beach, but the recent addition of nest 75 means the season will extend well into October.

Pyrite aka Christy Update

Remember Pyrite aka Christy, our live stranding Kemp’s Ridley? Well Pyrite now has a page on the SC Aquarium website at the link below. Additionally, Pyrite has a new roomie – Amethyst! These two are sharing a tank to make room for more patients. Keep an eye on their pages for updates!

Pyrite
Amethyst

This Week’s Nest Inventories

To view this week’s inventory results, click here.

-Submitted by Joshua Shilko

(Pyrite and Amethyst image credit: SC Aquarium)


Call for Candidates

SIPOA Needs Your Help!

The Seabrook Island Property Owners Association (SIPOA) is very fortunate in that it is an effective, well-managed, self-governed entity. Self-governance gives each property owner an opportunity to participate in guiding the Association forward. Self-governance allows property owners, as members of their elected Board of Directors, to represent all members of the community and create policies and strategic plans for the current and future needs of the Association. SIPOA’s continued success is dependent on committed property owners who are willing to dedicate their time. Without these dedicated, individual representatives, property owners would have far less impact on the strategic operation of the Island.

The SIPOA Nominating Committee is on the lookout for individuals who want to be part of the solution by serving on the Board of Directors or the Nominating Committee. In the 2022 Seabrook Island Property Owners Association election, candidates are needed for four (4) three-year terms on the Board of Directors and two (2) two-year term positions on the Nominating Committee.

If you are interested in running for the Board of Directors or Nominating Committee, click here for the application forms, important information, and frequently asked questions.

-Submitted by SIPOA

Brown & White Pickup September 3


The next monthly Brown & White Pickup is Friday, September 3, 2021.

Bulk items can be left curbside by 7:00 am. Place items including furniture, appliances, grills, lawn furniture, or other similar household items where you would normally leave your trash and recycling.

Hazardous waste such as old paint cans, electronics, batteries, fluorescent lights, and old yard or household chemicals can be taken to the Maintenance Area (adjacent to the Community Garden) that morning between 9:00 am and 2:00 pm. Hazardous materials must be handed directly to the attendant on duty. The materials cannot be left on the ground. 

Important Notice Regarding Trash Pickup! Trash pickup for the week of Labor Day will be on Tuesday (9/7/21) and Friday (9/10/21) rather than Monday and Thursday. This will be the last twice per week pickup of the year.

If you are planning to put bikes out on Brown & White Pickup day, Sarah Quinn is collecting them for the Bicycles for Humanity (B4H) Program. You can call her to pick them up. Her phone number is (843) 768-4407. Sarah has saved more than 1,800 bikes from the landfill! Find out more about B4H here.

Before you put your used furniture or other items on the curb for Brown & White Pickup on Friday, consider recycling it with Sea Island Habitat for Humanity Restore. Contact the store at 843-559-4009 for more information and to arrange for free pick-up of large items.

Click here for the 2021 SIPOA Garbage, Recycling, Yard Debris Pickup Schedule.

Tidelines Editors

New Safety Protocols for the Gaillard Center

New Safety Protocols will Include Proof of Vaccination and Negative COVID-19 Tests

The Charleston Gaillard Center continues to place patron safety as our first priority. As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, the Gaillard Center will implement additional safety protocols at all shows in the Martha and John M. Rivers Performance Hall, beginning with the Lowcountry Jazz Festival, September 3-5, 2021.

All staff, volunteers, and patrons over the age of two will be fully masked. Patrons will need to provide proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours.

The Gaillard Center will continue to monitor guidelines from the CDC and our local health partners for the latest public health innovations. We will update these procedures as recommendations from public health officials evolve.   

We encourage patrons to assist in preventing the spread of any illness by thoroughly and carefully washing your hands regularly, staying home if you have a fever, cough, or other symptoms, and monitoring local news for advice about keeping yourself and loved ones safe in case of an outbreak. 

Please click here for more information.

-Submitted by The Gaillard Center

(Image credit: The Gaillard Center)

2nd Sunday On King Street

The 2nd Sunday on King Street shopping event is back after an 18-month hiatus!

Come enjoy your Sunday afternoon shopping and socializing on King Street! The street is closed to all vehicles, so you can stroll down the street without any hassles and shop great sales and dine on great food. Many of the vendors have brought part of their stores or restaurants out to the sidewalk.

There will be events and activities, shopping, food and wine, and more! The next date for 2nd Sunday is September 12, 2021.

Click here for a free parking voucher and more details.

Tidelines editors

Vincent’s Drug Store Reduces Hours

Until further notice, Vincent’s Drug Store will be open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm. This is a reduction of one hour during the week and two hours on Saturday. They will still remain closed on Sundays.

At this time, the Soda Fountain will continue with normal hours. Click here for more details.

-Tidelines Editors

(Image credit: Vincent’s Drug Store & Soda Fountain)

Announcement from the Seabrook Island Garden Club

Do you have an active interest in horticulture, artistic design, community beautification, ecology and philanthropy? Then the Seabrook Island Garden Club is the place for you.

Join us for what promises to be another great season of quality speakers and programs, field trips, philanthropy, and most important, a lot of fun! You will also get a chance to meet your neighbors and make new friends. Interested? You will find all of this and more by joining!

Our annual fee is only $25.00 (checks payable to Seabrook Island Garden Club). You may join at our September 10, 2021 social, or you may mail or drop off your payment at 3305 Seabrook Island Road, Seabrook Island, SC, 29455. A bin will be located on the porch for your convenience. Please join in time to be included in the Member Directory (deadline is October 15, 2021).

So set your calendars now for our kick-off social on September 10, beginning at 9:45 am at the Oyster Catcher Community Center. There will be refreshments and our incoming President Karen Nuttall will welcome the group at 10:00.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Seabrook Island Garden Club!

The 2021-22 Seabrook Island Garden Club: Let’s Talk Some Dirt!

Submitted by Cindy Zock, SIGC




Lowcountry Splash 2021 Registration Open

2021 Lowcountry Splash

Charleston Harbor
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

The Lowcountry Splash is South Carolina’s Premiere Open Water Swim event.

Race day:   Saturday, September 18, 2021

6 Mile Start 7:40 am
2.4 Mile Start 8:00 am

The Lowcountry Splash is a major fund raiser for LAPS. LAPS provides water safety and swimming instruction to kindergartners, first graders, and second graders. Please consider donating to LAPS with your Splash registration.

So dust off your goggles, get your swimsuit ready and come out for some fun in the water and help a great cause!

For more information and to register, click here.

Tidelines Editors