Monthly Archives: September 2021

Seabrook Island Birders October Events

Beyond Our Backyard-Fort Lamar Preserve (James Island) When: Monday, October 4, 2021, 6:30 amLocation: Meet at SI Real Estate Office to carpool Meet at Fort Lamar: 7:15 am (Cathy Miller to meet everyone there)Max: 12 Cost: Free for members, $5 per guest … Continue reading

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Charleston Music Hall October Concerts

Charleston Music Hall has several great concerts scheduled for October. Here are just a few that are coming up. Boz Scaggs Out of The Blues Tour 2021 Thursday, Oct 14 , 2021 Doors open: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events at Charleston’s Historic Plantations

Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch ◊ October 1-31This year will mark the 25th year for this event which has become one of the largest fall festivals in the state of South Carolina. Come enjoy the Family Friendly Monster Hayride and the … Continue reading

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Portions of Eastbound SI Road Closed Sep 30

Public Notice: Portions of Seabrook Island Road (eastbound lane) will be temporarily closed on Thursday, September 30, 2021, due to survey work. On Thursday, September 30, the town’s engineering contractor, ESP Associates, will be conducting subsurface exploration and pavement evaluation … Continue reading

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Keep Up With The Lake House Sept 29

Activities and Events October is going to be busy at The Lake House! Here are some of the activities and events that are planned: Cornhole Tournament –a Fundraiser for Seabrook Island Village Neighbors Helping Neighbors and will be held on The Lake … Continue reading

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Flu Shot Clinic Oct 14 at The Lake House

Click here to RSVP for the Flu Shot Clinic. –Tidelines Editors

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Heads Up – Busy Traffic Weekend

The Kiawah Island Triathlon will take place Sunday, October 3, 2021, from 7:30 am until 12 noon. This is a USAT sanctioned intermediate distance competition featuring a .7-mile swim, 25.1-mile bike and 6.1-mile run. This race is currently the only … Continue reading

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Fur and Frost: Carolina Winters at The Charleston Museum

The Charleston Museum is pleased to announce the opening of Fur & Frost: Carolina Winters on October 2, 2021, the latest installment in its Historic Textiles Gallery. Charleston is well known for its temperate winters, but sitting fireside would not always have … Continue reading

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MOJA Arts Festival September 30 – October 10

Plans are in place for City Gallery at Waterfront Park in Charleston to host the 2021 MOJA Arts Festival Juried Art Exhibition, from September 30 – October 10, 2021. This annual juried art exhibition highlights the recent work of artists … Continue reading

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Traffic Alert: Accident at Bohicket Rd & Edenvale Rd

We received notification at 1:45 pm, Monday, September 27, 2021, that cars were being redirected to Edenvale Road due to an accident on Bohicket Rd. You might want to find an alternate route. Follow us on Twitter at TidelinesAlert to receive instant … Continue reading

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Support Alan Fleming Beneficiary

The 2021 Alan Fleming Tennis Tournament is fast approaching with play starting on October 6. For players, registration closes on September 28. We hope to see you on the courts! One of the kickoff charity events will be held on … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events with Historic Charleston Foundation

As a leading force in preservation, Historic Charleston Foundation provides many opportunities to learn about and honor the unique character of Charleston. Candlelight Tours at the Aiken-Rhett House, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, October 1-23Experience the ambiance of this preserved-as-found antebellum house … Continue reading

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