Category Archives: Organizations

Reminder: Palmetto Pride January 23

The next outing for Palmetto Pride, the road trash pick-up program, is on Saturday, January 23. Volunteers are welcome and will meet outside The Lake House to gather bags, pick-up sticks, and gloves between 8:15 and 8:30 am. For more … Continue reading

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Palmetto Pride Picks Up January 23

Palmetto Pride is the name of the road trash pick up program, commonly known under the national program name “Adopt-A-Highway,” and is run under the auspices of the Clemson Cooperative Extension Adopt-A-Highway Coordinator Marlo Shedlock. The roadway for which we, … Continue reading

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Mt. Zion Holiday Thank You

The Mt. Zion Holiday Committee wants to say thank you to each person who made a donation to provide clothing, books, toys, and food gift certificates to the children at Mt. Zion Elementary School. This year with your generous contributions we … Continue reading

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Thank You from SIHAF

Once again, Seabrookers have opened their hearts and demonstrated the caring spirit of the holiday season! The response to SIPOA’s 5th Annual Holiday Canned Food Drive resulted in the donation of 7,072 pounds of food to fight hunger on our local sea islands. … Continue reading

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Museum Mile Month January 2021

Looking for a special holiday gift? 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. Pass holders can … Continue reading

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CCPL: Charleston Time Machine

Take a trip back into Charleston’s past with the award winning podcast, Charleston Time Machine, by Charleston County Public Library (CCPL) Historian Dr. Nic Butler. Click here to listen to “Planning Charleston’s First “Fortress,” 1695-1696.” Learn about the earliest surviving legislative discussion of fortifications … Continue reading

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December at The Charleston Museum

Tours for both historic houses (Charles Manigault House and Heyward-Washington House) are on the hour from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Saturday and noon to 4:00 pm Sunday. Last tour of the day is at 4 pm. December 1 – Portraits of … Continue reading

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CLS Hosts Virtual Author Visit with Grisham and King

On Tuesday, December 8, 2020, at  6:00 pm, the Library Society is honored to welcome best-selling author John Grisham to be in conversation with author and friend of the Library Cassandra King. The two talented authors will discuss the dynamic … Continue reading

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CLS Hosts Virtual Author Visit with John Birdsall

On November 19, 2020, at  6:00 pm, the Library Society welcomes author John Birdsall to discuss his most recent book The Man Who Ate Too Much: The Life of James Beard. In this talk, John Birdsall will describe the history of … Continue reading

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CCPL: Charleston Time Machine

Take a trip back into Charleston’s past with the award winning podcast, Charleston Time Machine, by Charleston County Public Library (CCPL) Historian Dr. Nic Butler. In post-Civil War South Carolina, White conservatives regarded suffrage as a privilege that the state’s Black majority … Continue reading

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Veterans Day Closings

In observance of Veterans Day, Wednesday, November 11, 2020, all government facilities, libraries, post offices, and banks will be closed. This includes the three banks in Freshfields. The Post & Computer Store in Freshfields will be open; however, as stated … Continue reading

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Kiawah Arts Council Update

An Update on the Arts & Cultural Events Season Dear Patrons, As we informed you in the summer, the Town of Kiawah Island canceled the first half of the Arts & Cultural Events season with the hope that events could … Continue reading

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