CSO Pops: Dreaming of April in Paris March 31

Charleston Symphony Orchestra Pops presents:

Dreaming of April in Paris
March 31, 2022
7:30 pm
Gaillard Center

For tickets, click here.

By the time this concert starts, it will still be March in Charleston; but it will be April in Paris! Charleston has a deep connection to French culture and this performance will celebrate that shared legacy with well-known French music.

Take a walk in the moonlight with Claude Debussy’s Claire de lune, dance the can-can to Jacques Offenbach’s Orpheus in the Underworld, and revel in the sounds of George Bizet’s Habanera from Carmen. In addition to these classics, the performance will also feature a gypsy jazz band with tunes made popular by Édith Piaf, Stéphane Grappelli, and Django Reinhardt. See life through rose-colored glasses with “La Vie en rose” and celebrate the charm of spring with “April in Paris,” among others.

-Submitted by Charleston Symphony Orchestra

(Image credit: charlestonsymphony.org)

SIGC March Program – Daffodils on Seabrook Island

The Daffodil is sometimes described as a symbol of hope and rebirth. Our March program will focus on this lovely bloom, as our special guest, Seabrook resident, Julie Minch, will facilitate a “Daffodil 101” program. You will learn the basics of daffodil terminology, identification, and characteristics. Additionally, you will learn how to plant them, what supplies are needed, and why to plant them.

Julie has been an esteemed, accredited judge for the American Daffodil Society in the United States for the past 17 years. Traveling up and down the East Coast, she is a frequent guest speaker at garden clubs, and serves as a judge at many daffodil shows. She encourages us to visit the American Daffodil Society website, for lots of helpful information. Join us for this lovely and informative presentation.

When: Friday March 11, 2022; Arrival and refreshments start at 9:00 am followed by a brief business meeting at 9:45 am and then at 10:00 am, the presentation with Q&A

Where: Oyster Catcher Community Center

Presenter:  Julie Minch, American Daffodil Society Judge

*Non-Garden Club Members may attend for a $5 donation.

(Reminder – For SIPOA facilities, face masks are required for individuals in indoor settings where people will be gathered for periods longer than 15 minutes and where six feet or more of separation cannot be maintained. Thank you for your cooperation.

The ’21-22 Seabrook Island Garden Club focuses on those who have an active interest in horticulture and artistic design, community beautification, ecology and philanthropy.

The 2021-22 Seabrook Island Garden Club: Let’s talk some dirt!

-Submitted by Beth Wright, Seabrook Island Garden Club Publicity

(Image credit: SI Garden Club)

TOSI 2022 Meeting Schedule

The 2022 meeting schedule for the Town of Seabrook Island is now available. Click here to access and download a one-page, printable meeting schedule for Town Council, Public Works Committee, Planning Commission, Environment & Wildlife Committee, Public Safety Committee, Utility Commission, and Community Promotion & Engagement.

Meeting dates and times, as well as agendas and minutes, can also be found on the Town of Seabrook Island website under the Meetings link.

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CJO: Suite Sounds of Ellington March 26

Charleston Jazz Orchestra presents

The “Suite” Sounds of Ellington

March 26, 2022
Two sets: 5:00 pm and 8:00 pm
Charleston Music Hall

Charleston Jazz Orchestra (CJO) will showcase two memorable, vital and innovative suites from Ellington’s late career – The New Orleans Suite and The Far East Suite. Join your CJO for an evening of The ‘Suite’ Sounds of Ellington, a night dedicated to one of the major creative forces in the music of the twentieth century. 

For information and tickets, click here.

-Tidelines Editors

(Image credit: charlestonjazz.com)

March at The Charleston Museum

The Charleston Museum includes two historic homes, the Joseph Manigault House and the Heyward-Washington House. Tours for both historic houses are on the half-hour from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Saturday and noon to 5:00 pm Sunday. Last tour of the day begins at 4:30 pm. The calendar of special events this month includes the following:

March 2 – Kid Tours: The First Ladies

March 4 – Fossil Friday with Curator of Natural History Matthew Gibson

March 5 – Women’s History Tour at the Joseph Manigault House

March 6 – Final day to view Hidden Treasures: Re-Assessing South Carolina Silversmiths

March 6 – Women’s History Tour at the Heyward-Washington House

March 11 – Conversations with a Curator: Grimké Sisters with Chief of Collections Jennifer McCormick

March 11 – Fossil Friday with Curator of Natural History Matthew Gibson

March 12 – Women’s History Tour at the Joseph Manigault House

March 13 – Women’s History Tour at the Heyward-Washington House

March 17* – Homeschool History day: Birdwatching

March 18 Fossil Friday with Curator of Natural History Matthew Gibson

March 19* –Lowcountry Ecology Tour with Curator of Natural History Matthew Gibson

March 19 – Women’s History Tour at the Joseph Manigault House

March 20 – Final day to view Fur & Frost: Carolina Winters

March 20 – Women’s History Tour at the Heyward-Washington House

March 22* – Discovery Day: Marsh March

March 25 Fossil Friday with Curator of Natural History Matthew Gibson

March 26* – Indigo Dyeing Workshop with Local Artist Kristy Bishop

March 26 – Women’s History Tour at the Joseph Manigault House

March 27 – Women’s History Tour at the Heyward-Washington House

March 27 – Last day to view A Winter Wonderland in Color: Snow Scenes of Charleston

March 28 – Charleston in Sports: A Photographic History, 1890s – 1960s opens to the public

*Reservations Required

-Submitted by The Charleston Museum

(Image credit: charlestonmuseum.org)

Turtle Patrol Pre-Season Announcement

Due to supply chain difficulties, the Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol announces that turtle patrol tee shirts will need to be ordered this year no later than Tuesday, March 15.

In order to work on the beach, turtle patrol tee shirts are mandatory.  An email with ordering details will be sent to existing patrol members and new members who have previously contacted the patrol.

If you are interested in working with turtle patrol this year and have not yet contacted them, please send an email immediately to the patrol at hello@siturtlepatrol.com or call at 843-310-4280.  You can see a brief description of the various volunteer opportunities under the “Information” section on the Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol website, siturtlepatrol.com.

-Submitted by Jane Magioncalda

Keep Up With The Lake House March 2

Fitness and Recreation

The Lake House face mask and distancing requirements can be found on the SIPOA website by clicking here.

Fitness Classes

The monthly schedule for fitness and recreation classes is available on the SIPOA website, click here to view it. It does not include the semi-private classes.

Fitness Class Time Change:
Vin To Yin Yoga – Effective March 1, this class will now start at 8:00 am on Tuesdays instead of 7:45 am.

Class Cancellations:
Get Pumped scheduled at 11:00 am will be canceled on Thursday, March 10.
–30/30 Cardio Stretch
scheduled at 12:00 pm will be canceled on Thursday, March 10.
Zumba Flare scheduled at 9:15 am will be canceled on Thursday, March 10

Semi-Private Series

Sign up now for the following Semi-Private classes:

NEW! RideSBI Semi-Private Series – This Spinning class focuses on strength, endurance, cardiovascular, and recovery training while on a stationary bike. It is a group class, but each rider controls his or her own RPM and resistance. Enjoy the energy of the group even if you have never taken a Spin class.
-These classes are taught by Sarah Mae Yuncker
-Series 1: Saturdays, March 5 – March 19 at 8:30 am. $30 for the series.
-Series 2: Saturdays, April 9 – April 30 at 8:30 am. $40 for the series.

Yoga for Fitness Semi-Private Series – This class incorporates your own body weight, along with focused breath, to work the entire body. All levels are welcome.
-Thursdays at 8:00 am from March 3 to March 31 (no class March 10). $56 for the series.
-This class is taught by Lisa Anderson

Tai Chi Workshops – Tai Chi is a series of low impact, slow-flowing, standing-only movements, accompanied by focused breathing. It promotes stress relief, flexibility, and especially balance.
-These workshops are taught by Lisa Anderson
-Option 1: Monday, March 21 at 5:15 pm. $10 for the workshop.
-Option 2: Monday, March 28 at 5:15 pm. $10 for the workshop.

Fitness Rewired (Outdoor) Semi-Private Series – This class focuses on cardio, strength, mobility, balance, and overall fitness. It will give you a challenging workout.
-Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays at 8:30 am – 9:30 am from February 28 – April 1. $150 for the series.
-This class is taught by Kayleigh Breaux and Patti Romano.

Yin Yoga Semi-Private Series – This class is a slow, soothing, and meditative style of yoga where the legs, hips, and lower back are the main benefits.
-Tuesdays at 5:15 pm on 3/1, 3/8, 3/15, and 3/29 (Please note, no class on 3/22). $56 for the series.
-This class is taught by Natasha Stevens

Chair Yoga Semi-Private Series – This is a gentle form of yoga that can be done sitting on a chair or standing on the ground while using the chair for support.
-Wednesdays at 2:30 pm from March 2 – March 30.  $70 for the series.
-This class is taught by Natasha Stevens

Body Strong Semi-Private Series – This class focuses on becoming strong, confident, and stable in your own body. It is a bodyweight resistance strength class.
-Thursdays at 7:00 am – 7:45 am from March 3 through March 31. $50 for the series.
-This class is taught by Kayleigh Breaux.

For more information about the classes above, go to sipoa.org and click on The Lake House, Semi-Private Series, or click here to be directed to the semi-private series page.

The Seabrook Island Property Owners website includes everything you need to know about all the classes, any cancellations that may occur, The Lake House Spa, and The Lake House Guide. Once on the SIPOA website, look at the area close to the top of the homepage for The Lake House. There is a dropdown menu with all this information.

-Submitted by Jamie Mogus Mixson, The Lake House Manager

The $150,000 Goal for Backpack Buddies

The $150,000 Goal of The Mike Gorski and Friends
2022 Challenge For The Backpack Buddies

That’s right….you knew he and his Friends would be back once again….BUT, this year he is seventy-five friends strong. Mike Gorski and his Friends, old and new, have generously secured $75,000 that will now be used to match dollar-for-dollar donations made by you, the residents of Kiawah, Seabrook, and Johns Islands.  

Yes, folks, you heard right! They are matching dollar-for-dollar for your donations made. It’s a  win-win for both Backpack Buddies’ programs – the Backpack Buddies Seabrook Island and the Backpack Buddies Group of Kiawah Women’s Foundation. The two organizations are both 501(c)(3) nonprofits whose missions are to feed local, hungry school children on the weekends. These children receive breakfast and lunch at school but are food insecure on weekends and school holidays. Backpack Buddies is currently providing approximately 650 weekly bags to children in the Charleston County schools they support. 

Mike Gorski, Owner of Island Transportation LLC, launched this project six years ago to raise additional funds for both Backpack Buddies’ programs. This year the goal is $150,000, but he needs your help to achieve this lofty goal. Resident donations have started coming in and Mike reports that we are off to a good start as can be seen by the red in the Goal Thermometer. The momentum needs to continue and the donations need to keep coming in. As it has already been stated, the Friends are matching your donations dollar-for-dollar. All of your donations are tax-deductible as permitted by law. 

Making a resident donation is very easy. Just call or text Mike Gorski at 864-316-3894 and tell him your donation amount. He will provide all of the details for the different ways that you can make your donation. Thank you in advance for your support and please make your donation now before the campaign ends at the end of March so it will be matched dollar-for-dollar.

-Submitted by The 2022 Gorski Challenge Committee

Brown & White Pickup March 4

The next monthly Brown & White Pickup is Friday, March 4, 2022.

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. 

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.

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Pucks and Paws at the SC Stingrays Hockey Game March 6

The second Pucks and Paws Night of the season is presented by Washes and Wags and will take place during the intermission of the home game against the Atlanta Gladiators on Sunday, March 6. Bring your furry friend with you to the North Charleston Coliseum for the game against Atlanta. During intermission we’ll host an on-ice race for dogs!

Doors open at 2:00 pm and puck drops at 3:05 pm! #BringTheSting

– Download your mobile tickets before coming to the game.
– Leave your bags at home. Only clear plastic bags are allowed into the North Charleston Coliseum.
– Bring your skates so you can skate with the Stingrays players after the game!

The South Carolina Stingrays are a professional minor league ice hockey team based in North Charleston, South Carolina. The Stingrays play in the South Division of the ECHL’s Eastern Conference. They play their home games at the North Charleston Coliseum.

They are in town for a homestand Saturday, March 5 against the Orlando Solar Bears and Sunday, March 6 against the Atlanta Gladiators.

If you’re interested in cheering on the Stingrays in person, you may click here for information and single-game tickets.

Go Stingrays!

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(Image credit: stingrayshockey.com)

Charleston Farmers Market Returns March 5

The 2022 Charleston Farmers Market returns to Marion Square on Saturday, March 5. This is an earlier start date from previous years giving patrons more shopping opportunities for local produce and artisan wares.

Charleston Farmers Market will be held each Saturday, 8:00 am- 2:00 pm through November 26 with the exception of March 26 and April 2.

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(Image credit: Charleston Farmers Market)