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Next Adopt-A-Highway on November 7

It is once again time to help clean up Betsy Kerrison Parkway! We will gather out in front of The Lake House between 8:00 and 8:30 am on Saturday, November 7, to pick up our supplies, receive our assignments and … Continue reading

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Gibbes: Lecture Series on Ancient Culture and Art

Byzantine and Early Christian Art, ca. 300-1500AD Join art historian, archaeologist, and collector Dr. Steve Gavel for a fascinating lecture series on ancient culture and art. The class will focus on Byzantine and a bit of early Christian art, exploring … Continue reading

Posted in The Arts

Charleston’s Museum Mile January 2021

During the month of January, 2021, Charleston’s finest cultural sites will come together once again for Museum Mile Month. Those who purchase a Museum Mile Month pass will be able to enjoy access to thirteen participating sites. Passholders can spend an entire month learning about the city’s rich history and … Continue reading

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SI Garden Club Announces Halloween Porch Decorating Contest

Get Your Spooky Front Porches Ready! Halloween is quickly approaching! The Seabrook Island Garden Club will be sponsoring a Halloween front porch decorating contest! Seabrookers are asked to decorate and submit their front porch photos via email to  to be … Continue reading

Posted in Organizations on Seabrook

Vote Early!

As advertised in The Post and Courier, anyone can vote early. See previous Tidelines post here for more information on In-Person Absentee Voting such as addresses and what to take with you. -Tidelines Editors (Image credit: The Post and Courier)

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Having Trouble With Comcast?

Comcast has several methods Seabrookers can use to tackle issues with Comcast service or billing. Typically the approach many people take is to call Comcast directly if they have problems with connectivity, billing, and/or devices.  You can still do that, … Continue reading

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Gibbes: Distinguished Lecture Series November 11

The Gibbes Museum of Art is pleased to announce that renowned art collector Martin Z. Margulies will be the keynote speaker at the museum’s annual Distinguished Lecture Series, taking place at the Charleston Gaillard Center on November 11, 2020. In addition to safety … Continue reading

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History of Charleston – Twenty-fourth of the Series

Our Tidelines post on Saturday, April 18, congratulated Charleston on its 350th Anniversary. Click here to read the post. The Post and Courier is running a series of articles about the history of Charleston to commemorate the 350th Anniversary beginning … Continue reading

Posted in History

SIPOA Board of Directors Meeting October 19, 2020

The SIPOA Board of Directors Meeting will be held on Monday, October 19, 2020, at 1:00 pm via teleconference. To view the agenda, login to and click on the Agenda – Board of Directors Meeting 10/19/20 link under “Community … Continue reading

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Drug-Take Back Day October 24, 2020

Once again, Vincent’s Drug Store will be participating in the DEA’s Annual Campaign to properly dispose of unneeded medications. Bring your unused or expired medications (no liquids) to the store for proper disposal on Saturday, October 24, 2020, from 10:00 … Continue reading

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Check Out These Farmers Markets

It’s harvest season and farm-fresh produce is available at numerous farmers markets around Charleston. Sea Island Farmers Market is open year-round. This fresh air market takes place Saturdays 9:30 am to 1:30 pm and is hosted at Charleston Collegiate’s campus … Continue reading

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Seismic Lawsuit Win

On Tuesday, October 6, U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel of South Carolina issued a conditional dismissal of a lawsuit on seismic testing permits, saying the case was “moot” since the permits are ending on November 30, 2020. Five companies involved … Continue reading

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