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Freezing weather on Friday, January 21

A winter storm watch has been issued for the Charleston tri-county area. Rain turning to ice on Friday, January 21, 2022 can result in icy roads and potential power outages. You may want to cover your plants, especially the fragile … Continue reading

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Gibbes to Exhibit Smithsonian Collection of Works by William H. Johnson

The Gibbes Museum of Art will present its major spring exhibition, Fighters for Freedom: William H. Johnson Picturing Justice, from January 21 until August 7, 2022. This exhibition brings together 28 paintings by the South Carolina born artist, which have not been seen together for … Continue reading

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Free At-Home COVID Tests

Residential households in the U.S. can order one set of 4 free at-home tests from Here’s what you need to know about your order: Limit of one order per residential address One order includes 4 individual rapid antigen COVID-19 … Continue reading

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Keep Up With The Lake House Jan 19

Fitness and Recreation Fitness Classes The January schedule for fitness and recreation classes is now available. It does not include the semi-private classes listed below. To view it, click here.  Cancellations:– HIIT Boxing scheduled at 8:15 am will be canceled on … Continue reading

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SIGC Open House Postponed

The Seabrook Island Garden Club has decided to postpone our January 30 Open House until the spring, or until things improve and at which time everyone will feel comfortable enjoying themselves fully. We are looking forward to holding this event … Continue reading

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Meet Thomas Johnson Candidate for 2022 SIPOA Board of Directors

The separate annual elections for Seabrook Island Club (SIC) and Seabrook Island Property Owners Association (SIPOA) are approaching. We encourage you to vote for both SIC and SIPOA. Please remember the following: The information below is for SIPOA. SIC will … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events on Kiawah Island

The Town of Kiawah Island Arts Council is offering the following events: Art Film Series – Big Eyes Friday, January 21, 2022Kiawah Island Municipal Center 2:00 – 4:00 pm No Tickets Required Join us for a screening of Big Eyes, a 2014 … Continue reading

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Mike Gorski & Friends Challenge is Back!

The 2022 Goal of the “Mike Gorski and Friends Challenge” is $140,000 Plus for the Backpack Buddies!! Mike Gorski, Owner of Island Transportation is back once again with more friends than ever before for the 2022 Challenge! The Challenge directly benefits … Continue reading

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SEADOGS Annual Meeting Postponed

Due to the increased number of COVID-19 cases, the Board of Directors of SEADOGS (also SIDOGS) has decided to postpone our 2022 Annual Meeting, previously scheduled for the evening of Wednesday, January 26. We will announce a new date in … Continue reading

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What Can YOU Do?

Volunteering is an integral part of life on Seabrook Island. You can help. Tidelines maintains a webpage where lots of information about Seabrook Island can be found. One of the most helpful items is our Who Does What page. With … Continue reading

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Grief Support Group January 19

The Grief Support Group meets on the third Wednesday of the month. The next meeting is on Wednesday, January 19, 2022, at 4:30 pm in the Eagle’s Nest Studio at the Lake House. New members are always welcome to join. … Continue reading

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Full Moon Bonfire Canceled Monday, January 17

Full Moon Bonfire CanceledMonday, January 17, 2022 Sunset – 5:38 pmMoonrise – 5:22 pmHigh Tide – 8:06 pmFull Wolf Moon Rain and wind canceled our bonfire for December. Unfortunately, the forecast for Monday evening is temperature in the low 40s … Continue reading

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