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February Semi-Private Series at The Lake House

Tai Chi: The Link In The Human Behavior Chain Semi-Private Series begins January 31 When: 1/31, 2/7, 2/14, 2/21 (Fridays) Time: 1:00 pm Location: The Lake House Cost: $40 (includes 4 classes listed above) Throughout the class, participants will learn … Continue reading

Posted in Health and Wellness, Lake House

Cornhole Boards and Volunteers Needed

The Cornhole Clash scheduled for February 8 now has 35 teams registered to compete! It’s shaping up to be a terrific community event. We are looking to borrow additional official Cornhole boards. Do you have a set you can loan … Continue reading

Posted in Fundraisers, Organizations on Seabrook

Seadogs Annual Meeting – February 4

Seadogs Annual Meeting Seadogs, the Seabrook Island advocacy group for owners and their dogs, is pleased to announce their annual meeting, to be held on February 4th at 6:00 pm in Live Oak Hall. Special guest will be Ric Sommons, … 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.  Let us hear about the books you or your book group have read or listened to that you recommend. Just send the title and author … Continue reading

Posted in Books

Register Today for the Waitlist – Center for Birds of Prey

Register today for the waitlist! Back by popular demand, please join us for an exciting and informative evening with the Center of Birds of Prey! You will have the opportunity to see wild birds of prey up close and personal … Continue reading

Posted in Events, SIB

Genealogy Fair 2020 a Success

Genealogy Fair 2020, hosted by the Seabrook / Kiawah Island genealogy club, Digging Into Roots Together (D.I.R.T.)  on Tuesday, January 14, 2020, was a huge success.  We had over 42 people attend and 15 of those were potential new members. … Continue reading

Posted in Lake House, Organizations on Seabrook

Bicycles for Humanity 2020 Update

Hello and happy new year! Once again, this generous community has helped Bicycles for Humanity Charleston (B4H) by continuing to donate bicycles and raise funds for shipping the containers to Africa. Your contributions totaled $5,600. Your willingness to give and … Continue reading

Posted in Fundraisers, Organizations, Volunteer

The Lake House Now Offers Waxing Services

Did you know The Lake House offers waxing services? Eva Black, our licensed esthetician and massage therapist, offers an up-to-date technique using hard wax. Why is this better? Hard wax sticks to the hair, not the skin, it hurts less, … Continue reading

Posted in Lake House

What’s Happening at The Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club

The Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club has just published its’ January newsletter which highlights the activities of the Club on behalf of the people of John’s Island, outlines the Club’s principles and values, and lists officers, 2019 grant recipients and upcoming events … Continue reading

Posted in Organizations on Seabrook

Be in the Know – Subscribe to SIB’s Google Group Emails

Did you miss the bird walk on North Beach last Saturday morning?  It started with an email sent last Friday mid-day from Ed Konrad to “” and resulted with 14 SIB members enjoying a great morning of birding the next … Continue reading

Posted in Nature, SIB

Freshfields Village to Host Artist Benjamin Walls, February 14 – 17

The Art of Adventure: A Weekend of Art & Film at Freshfields Village Event Schedule February 14 to 17, 2020: • Friday, February 14: Wall’s exhibit will be open from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm and the Art & Wine … Continue reading

Posted in Events, Freshfields, The Arts

The Exchange Club of Kiawah-Seabrook Commemorates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The January 15 , 2020 Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club meeting was a really moving and special evening, with John Reynolds and Bill Jenkins discussing Dr. King and the civil rights movement.

Posted in Events, Organizations