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October 2020 Issue of Currents

The October 2020 issue of Currents is now available.  Click here to read it or visit the SIPOA website and access it through the News dropdown menu. Once you access the October issue, you will notice the icons across the top … Continue reading

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Swing for the Symphony Online Auction

A Swinging Silent Auction is online and open to the public! The Charleston Symphony Orchestra League, Inc. (CSOL®) is hosting its first fundraiser since the pandemic to benefit the Charleston Symphony and CSOL Music Scholarships—Swing for the Symphony, a premier … Continue reading

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Gibbes for Kids in October

The Gibbes Museum of Art has exciting happenings for kids in October!Saturday Morning Art Camp for ages 7-10: Express Yourself Join teaching artist Janell Walker Smalls on Saturdays for a fun morning of artmaking inspired by artists and objects in … Continue reading

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Traffic Alert Accident at Bohicket and Sandhills Rd

At 9:10 am this morning, Wednesday, September 30, Tidelines learned that there is an accident at Bohicket and Sandhills Road. No further information is available except that traffic is already backing up significantly. If you are heading on or off … Continue reading

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Charleston Music Hall – More Shows Added to Outdoor Concert Series

Just Announced! Marcus King Trio Sunday, October 25 Show starts at 7 pm $160 per square Pre-sale online only this Thursday, Oct. 1 from 10 am to 10 pm Promo code ~ FALL Public on-sale online only starts this Friday, Oct. … Continue reading

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Annual Pumpkin Patch at Legare Farms

Each year Legare Farms puts on their own Legare Farms Pumpkin Patch complete with hay rides, petting zoo, and, of course, pumpkins! Admission is free and participation in the paid activities helps to keep this local Johns Island farm, that’s … Continue reading

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New Fall Event at Brookgreen Gardens

This October, Brookgreen Gardens will host Autumn Nights in the Field of Light, a new event showcasing Bruce Munro’s Field of Light, an immersive light display covering Brookgreen’s arboretum. Every Friday and Saturday night in October, a Lowcountry supper will … Continue reading

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Traffic Alert Accident on River Rd and Brownswood Rd

At 8:25 am this morning, Tuesday, September 29, Tidelines learned that there is an accident at River Road and Brownswood Road.  It is a two-vehicle collision with entrapment. If you are heading on or off the island, you may want … Continue reading

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Charleston Gaillard Center, Stop Light Observations – November 20

Announcing Stop Light Observations November 20, 2020 at 8 pm In-person and livestream event Tickets for the in-person event are on sale Tuesday, September 29 at 11:00 am. In-person tickets start at $50 (plus applicable fees) and have limited availability. … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events at Charleston’s Historic Plantations

Webinar: Colonoware Archaeology Month Kickoff ◊ October 1On Thursday, October 1 at 5:00 pm Wexler Curatorial Fellow, Corey Sattes, kicks off this series with a discussion of colonoware, a type of pottery made locally by enslaved Africans, free and enslaved … Continue reading

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Boone Hall Plantation Pumpkin Patch Oct 2 – 31

Due to the pandemic, this year’s event will be a little different, but the folks at Boone Hall are planning to present a setup that allows people to hopefully experience some fall festival fun on the farm. Since the health … Continue reading

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Lowcountry Splash

The 19th annual 2.4 miles Low Country Splash Open Water Swim was held in the Wando and Cooper rivers on Saturday, September 26, 2020. The event raises funds for the Low Country Aquatics Program (LAPS) which provides free swim lessons … Continue reading

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