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Town Council Meeting Agenda October 24, 2017

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Charleston to Charleston Literary Festival – November 2-5

Charleston to Charleston Literary Festival In November 2017, Charleston (England) will join creative forces with Charleston (South Carolina) in the first annual Charleston to Charleston Literary Festival. The festival will bring acclaimed U.S. and international authors to South Carolina for … Continue reading

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Absentee Voting for the Town of Seabrook Island Election

As you probably know, the Charleston County election for the Town of Seabrook Island will take place on November 7, 2017.  Several people will be running for Mayor, Town Council, and the Seabrook Island Utility Commission.  Voting will take place … Continue reading

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Reception for Artist Colleen Parker – November 1

Golden Bear Realty Hosts 2nd Local Art Initiative Reception On November 1 Featuring Colleen Parker Golden Bear Realty will host an artist reception and exhibit of the work of Colleen Parker of Kiawah Island on Wednesday, November 1 from 4:30 … Continue reading

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The AARP Tax-Aide Program

AARP TaxAide is looking for Volunteer Tax Counselors for the 2018 tax season.  This is a free program that makes it easier for older, low and middle-income taxpayers to file their tax returns. Local volunteers from Seabrook Island, Kiawah and the Charleston … Continue reading

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Local News Station Salutes Seabrook Island

Channel 4 (ABC) News in Charleston ran an article yesterday celebrating Seabrook Island’s birthday.  Our mayor, RonCiancio has researched the history of the island and contributed to the report. He explains that the original owner, Richard Seabrook from England, landed at Charles Towne. Several hundred … Continue reading

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SINHG with Us

SINHG with Us, a weekly summary of SINHG trips SINHG Goes Behind The Scenes SINHG members took a memorable tour this past week of the infrastructure of Seabrook Island. At the SIPOA office we learned about storm drainage, road and … Continue reading

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Dispose of Unused Prescription Drugs

Once again, Vincent’s Drug Store in Freshfields will be participating in the DEA’s Drug Take Back on Saturday, October 28 from 10 am to 2 pm. Bring your unused medications to the store for proper disposal. This is the time … Continue reading

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Mom’s Circle – October 27

Are you a mom…or grandmother? If so, I hope you’ll plan to join me for an introductory Mom’s Circle meeting. The purpose of this group is to inspire all women (both moms and grandmoms) to deepen their relationship with themselves … Continue reading

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Charleston Arts Festival Halloween Finale Oct 28

BE AFRAID!!  BE VERY AFRAID!! As an extension of its uber-successful JAIL BREAK series, the Charleston Arts Festival will take over the Royal American at 970 Morrison Drive, Downtown Charleston for its Halloween-crazed Finale.  The gates will rip open at … Continue reading

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SINHG Offers “My Gullah Life” – November 9, 2017

When: November 9, 2017 at 7:00 pm Where: The Lake House The Seabrook Island Natural History Group is proud to present Lowcountry native Alfonso Brown for November’s Evening Program, “My Gullah Life: Growing Up In The Rural Area Of Charleston” … Continue reading

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Dogtoberfest: Dogs, Dine and Wine Pet Expo Oct 28

Bring your dog, sip some wine and help out local pet rescues at the 11th annual Dogtoberfest: Dogs, Dine and Wine Pet Expo. The event, which brings together pet rescue organizations from around the Lowcountry, returns to Freshfields Village on … Continue reading

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