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Respite Care Charleston Receives Grant

The Roper Saint Francis Physicians Endowment has awarded a $25,000 grant to Respite Care Charleston (RCC) to support the non-profit organization’s non-medical services for those living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia (ADRD).  The grant will support with RCC’s day … Continue reading

Posted in Health and Wellness, In the News, Organizations

Holiday Can Food Drive Update

“I have found that among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver” -Maya Angelou We are nearing the end of the Holiday Food Drive and are blown away by the amazing support of the Seabrook Island Community. … Continue reading

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SIPOA Board of Directors to Meet December 10

The regular meeting of the SIPOA Board of Directors will be Monday, December 10, 2018.  The meeting will be at The Lake House at 1:00 pm. Property owners are welcome to attend. To view the agenda, click here. The agenda … Continue reading

Posted in SIPOA

Holiday Festival of Lights through Jan 1

The beloved Holiday Festival of Lights returned to James Island County Park in November for its 29th year! Featuring an estimated two million shimmering lights, Charleston’s most popular holiday event is open for nightly until January 1, 2019. The festival … Continue reading

Posted in Events, Festivals, Kids event

Genealogy Fair 2019 January 9

The Seabrook Island genealogy club, Digging Into Roots Together, is hosting Genealogy Fair 2019 on Wednesday, January 9, 2019, 1:30-3:30 pm, in the Live Oak Hall, at the Lakehouse, Seabrook Island. Entering our sixth year as a club, we are pleased to … Continue reading

Posted in Lake House, Organizations

Seabrook Dolphin Monitoring Program Wrap Up

As we close this season’s monitoring program, I wanted to write a little wrap-up report about the program. Thank you for the overwhelmingly positive welcoming to Seabrook (90% of our visitor interactions). Since May, our volunteers spoke to over 1,400 … Continue reading

Posted in Nature, Organizations

Zumba Gold 50/50 canceled Dec 8

Zumba Gold 50/50 scheduled at 11:30 am Saturday, December 8, 2018, is canceled. We apologize for the short notice and appreciate your understanding. -Submitted by The Lake House

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Possible High Water on Roads

The Post and Courier reported that there is a possibility that gale force winds, heavy rain, and unusually high tides might cause road flooding on Saturday, December 8, and Sunday, December 9. NWS Charleston is predicting the tide at the … Continue reading

Posted in Traffic, Weather

Charleston Symphony Orchestra: Around the World in 80 Minutes – January 17

The Charleston Symphony Orchestra presents Around the World in 80 Minutes January 17, 2019 @ 7:30 pm Charleston Gaillard Center Click here for tickets. Experience an evening of symphonic blockbusters from around the world, including Gershwin’s American in Paris, Brahm’s … Continue reading

Posted in The Arts

Are You Mailing Packages or Letters This Holiday Season?

The Post and Computer Center in Freshfields has submitted the mailing deadlines for the US Post Office, FedEx and UPS to make sure packages and letters arrive by December 25, 2018. You can view or download the schedules by clicking here. … Continue reading

Posted in Freshfields

Charleston Museum Sends Holiday Greetings

The staff of The Charleston Museum wishes you and your family a safe and joyous holiday season! It has been another busy year here at the Museum: We developed a new Strategic Plan which will provide valuable guidance for the … Continue reading

Posted in Fundraisers, History

Ask SIB … Why do I hear the Great Horned Owl in the Fall?

Ask SIB…   Question:  For a few weeks each spring and again in the fall we hear Great Horned Owls calling back and forth out here on Jenkins Point. I’ve seen them on our roof ridge and chimney. The rest … Continue reading

Posted in Nature