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Charleston Museum Resources and Presentations From Home

The Charleston Museum and its Historic Houses are currently closed, but they have created new resources for students, parents and teachers to utilize during this time at home. Click here for Virtual Tours with 3-D models and critical thinking questions. … Continue reading

Posted in History, The Arts

Town of Seabrook Island Issues Public Advisory #13 on COVID-19 – Statewide “Home or Work Order” Takes Effect Tomorrow

April 6, 2020 — 7:00 pm Governor Issues “Home or Work” Order On April 6, 2020, Governor Henry McMaster issued Executive Order No. 2020-21, which implemented a mandatory “Home or Work Order” for the State of South Carolina. The order, which will … Continue reading

Posted in Town of SBI, Uncategorized

Updates – April 6

The following updates have been reported to Tidelines: –Notice from the St. Johns Fire District – SC Forestry Commission is issuing a statewide burning ban, effective Tuesday, April 7. This is in effect for all counties beginning at 6 am on … Continue reading

Posted in Events

Turtle Patrol Activities Suspended

The Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol has been advised by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) that all Turtle Patrol activities will be placed on hold indefinitely due to the current health crisis. This includes strandings of dead or … Continue reading

Posted in Organizations on Seabrook

Seabrookers Are Reading…

Here is the latest installment from our readers who want to share the joy of reading. The Gift of Rain Tan, Twan Eng Set during the tumult of World War II, on the lush Malayan island of Penang, this novel … Continue reading

Posted in Books

Special Club Dining Operations During COVID-19 for Sunday, April 5

Special Club Dining Operations During COVID-19, now offered to Entire Island The Seabrook Island Club is now offering to-go dining and meal delivery service to the entire island. Menu is updated daily – please see link below. Tell your neighbors! … Continue reading

Posted in Seabrook Island Club

Is Your Battery Running Low?

Now that we are using our devices more often than usual, do you find that the battery is running low faster and taking longer to recharge? It is an easy fix, even for those of us who are not computer … Continue reading

Posted in Tech

Virtual Tours of Charleston

Just because you are staying home and social distancing, doesn’t mean you still can’t take a tour of beautiful, historic Charleston. Bulldog Tours is offering free virtual tours every day at 2 pm. Just head to  Bulldog Tours Facebook for … Continue reading

Posted in Recreation

Updates – April 4

The following updates have been reported to Tidelines: -All operations at The Sanctuary will be temporarily closed with plans to reopen on May 16. The indoor and outdoor pools, as well as beach access at The Sanctuary, will be temporarily … Continue reading

Posted in Events

Special Club Dining Operations During COVID-19 for Saturday, April 4

Special Club Dining Operations During COVID-19, now offered to Entire Island The Seabrook Island Club is now offering to-go dining and meal delivery service to the entire island. Menu is updated daily – please see link below. Tell your neighbors! … Continue reading

Posted in Seabrook Island Club

The Seabrooker April 2020

The April 2020 edition of The Seabrooker can be accessed online through the Town of Seabrook Island’s website. Click here and select the April 2020 link to read the following columns: “From Town Hall” on page 1 COVAR Corner on … Continue reading

Posted in Organizations on Seabrook, SIPOA, Town of SBI

A Day at the Museum The Art Institute of Chicago

A Day at the Museum The Art Institute of Chicago The Art Institute of Chicago is one of the world’s great art museums, housing a collection that spans centuries and the globe. A personal visit to the Art Institute is an awe-inspiring, and … Continue reading

Posted in The Arts