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Do You Know…? Rules of the Road

Do you know… our traffic rules apply to pedestrians, bicycles, cars and even skateboards? Our meandering island roads are beautiful and are generally wide enough for two cars to pass each other comfortably. It is a little different when there … Continue reading

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Local Artist Reception Supporting MUSCs Shawn Jenkins Childrens Hospital – Feb 20

Local Artist Reception Supporting MUSC’s Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital Wednesday, February 20 4:30 – 7:00 PM NV Realty Group Office on Seabrook Island Road Jack Nicklaus wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served Click here for more information. A highly … Continue reading

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What Was That Sound??

On Monday afternoon many of us heard a big boom that shook our houses.  What was it?   an earthquake? an explosion? a sonic boom?  Well, it was a sonic boom.  Click on the link below to an article in … Continue reading

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The Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club Foundation Presents the 2018 Angel Oak Award

The Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club Foundation celebrated the presentation of its annual Angel Oak award at a dinner-dance held at the Seabrook Island Club on February 13. The Angel Oak Award recognizes a volunteer who has made an outstanding contribution to … Continue reading

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Historic Charleston Foundation: Tour Tradd Street – March 13

Tour Tradd Street – March 13, 2019 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Buy Tickets The Historic Charleston Foundation presents a Tour of Tradd Street.  Tradd Street stretches from the Ashley to the Cooper rivers, and is one of the original … Continue reading

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Gibbes – Works of Anna Heyward Taylor

The Gibbes Museum is mounting an exhibition of the work of South Carolina native Anna Heyward Taylor from January 18 to May 12, 2019. This exhibition focuses on Taylor’s visits to British Guiana as she created a substantial body of … Continue reading

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Women’s History Tour at the Joseph Manigault House in March

Joseph Manigault House 350 Meeting Street Charleston, SC March 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31 2:00 pm In celebration of Women’s History Month, a special tour will be offered every Sunday in March to focus on the lives of the women … Continue reading

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The Pearl Theatre Grand Opening – March 18

Don’t Miss Charleston Stage’s Grand Opening of The Pearlstine Theatre “The Pearl” Benefitting Charleston Stage’s Education Programs, Which Reach Over 18,000 Lowcountry Youth Annually Featuring Performances By Mayor John Tecklenburg The Hungry Monks The Plantation Singers Charleston Stage’s Resident Professional … Continue reading

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Black History Month at Middleton Place

Beyond the Fields Documentary Screenings at Middleton Place The Beyond the Fields Documentary is an award-winning film which takes the interpretation of the slave experience and brings it to a new medium, with new insights from present-day historians, researchers, preservationists, … Continue reading

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Charleston Gaillard Center – Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater – Feb 26-27

The Charleston Gaillard Center presents Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater February 26-27 Click here for tickets. Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater grew from a now-fabled performance in March 1958 at the 92nd Street Y in New York City. Led by Alvin … Continue reading

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Full Moon Bonfire – Tuesday, February 19 – Boardwalk 1

Full Moon Bonfire: Tuesday, February 19, 2019 Sunset – 6:09 pm Moonrise – 6:24 pm High Tide (Rockville): – 8:16 pm ~ Full Snow Moon ~ Hopefully the full moon’s name will be the only snow we see on Seabrook … Continue reading

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History Matters Lecture – Ansonborough: Birth to Rebirth – March 7

History Matters Lecture – Ansonborough: Birth to Rebirth March 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Register  The Historic Charleston Foundation presents a very special History Matters lecture on March 7th. Christina Butler will be debuting her new book,  Ansonborough: … Continue reading

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