Halloween Pet Parade and Costume Contest Oct. 29

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Space Station Visible Overhead at 7:19 pm

We just received word that the International Space Station will be visible across the Charleston sky later this evening.  At 7:19 pm, it will appear in the NW sky and track to the SE until it disappears at 7:25 pm.

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SIPOA Board of Directors to Meet October 15

The regular meeting of the SIPOA Board of Directors will be Monday, October 15, 2018.  The meeting will be at The Lake House at 1:00 pm.

To view the agenda, click here.

The agenda includes instructions to attend remotely from your computer, tablet, smartphone or telephone.

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Family Soul Healing Through The Constellation Approach – November 5

Presented by: Kathy Maher, Family Constellation Therapist

Monday, November 5th
3:00PM to 4:30 PM
Live Oak Hall of The Lake House

Come experience the possibilities of healing through your family lineage. Family Constellation is a therapeutic modality developed by Bert Hellinger.

Presenter, Kathy Maher studied this work in a three year program through the Constellation Immersion Program and it has had a powerful impact. This form of healing allows us to identify old destructive patterns in our families and make new positive changes by resolving entanglements. It helps us gain insight into our own blocks and loyalties to our families so we can have resolution, healing and more compassion for our families and ourselves.

Join Kathy Maher for a presentation of this work with the option of staying at the end to experience the work yourself. A short meditation will be part of the presentation, as well.

For more information, please contact Kathy Maher at eksdmaher@aol.com.

Thank you!

-The Lake House

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Colour of Music Festival – October 24-28

Colour of Music Festival
October 24-28
Various Locations in Downtown Charleston

The 2018 Festival takes place October 24-28 featuring leading black artists from France, Britain, Colombia, the Caribbean, and the United States performing orchestral and choral works, chamber, piano, organ, vocal recitals, and opportunities for community education. The COMF Baroque to Early Classical music theme this year is a perfect evolution for our growing Chamber Music Series. An impressive array of Baroque gems comprise our 2018 Festival.

Click here for tickets, performances, and locations.

2018 Colour of Music Festival highlights include:
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Charleston Gaillard Center: Lyle Lovett & Robert Earl Keen – October 28

The Charleston Gaillard Center and NS2 present An Evening With Lyle Lovett & Robert Earl Keen on October 28 at 8:00pm. Click here for tickets.

Texas gentlemen, Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen, are joining forces for an up-close and personal concert. Just two old friends swapping songs on acoustic guitars like they used to do on Keen’s front porch in College Station, Texas, when they co-wrote “The Front Porch Song,” which both artists later recorded on their respective debut albums.

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SI Photography Club Meeting, October 18, 6:30 pm at the Lake House

Meeting Subject: Portraiture – the art of creating portraits

6:30 pm – Social and 7:00 pm- Presentation                                  
Open to all Seabrook residents and visitors without charge

This Meeting is aimed at all photographic skill levels and will focus on practical approaches to capture better portraits. Tips on proper lighting, posing, choosing a background and getting crisp images will be discussed. We all take portraits with phones, point and shoot cameras or more sophisticated camera equipment. Whatever the case, these very common pictures can be improved.

Our speaker will be Bill Nelson who has specialized in portraits for a number of years. It’s likely you have seen his work on the Lake House Photo Wall or in the Seabrooker.

-Submitted by Bill Nelson

Posted in Lake House, Organizations

2018 Turtle Patrol Season Comes to a Close

The 2018 Turtle Patrol season ended with an enjoyable Year End Party on October 9th and the final Inventory on October 10th.

Nest 31 Inventory Results
Nest 31 was found by Rob Jerome, Cathrine Scully, Sue Thomas & Mike Vinson on August 13th. It hatched in 54 days.

Shells 67
Unhatched eggs 8
Dead hatchlings 1
Live hatchlings 0
Total live 66
Hatch Success 88.1%
Emergence Success 86.8%

The Turtle Patrol had another very successful season. We added 25 very active new members, our beach survived two storms and the dunes are starting to rebuild.

2019 should be even better!

-Submitted by Gary Fansler

Posted in Nature, Organizations

Candidates For General Election Debate on TV

The General Election for federal, state, county and various local offices will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Our polling place is the Lake House.

Several of the candidates will be participating in debates prior to election day. These debates will be televised as well as being available on other multimedia.

The first debate is between Katie Arrington and Joe Cummingham. They are running for U.S. House of Representatives for the seat currently held by Mark Sanford. The debate will take place at Charleston Southern University in North Charleston on Tuesday, October 16, at 7:00 pm. It will be televised live on WCIV, Charleston’s ABC affiliate. In addition, it will be live-streamed on abcnews4.com and the local news station’s Facebook page. The debate is not open to the public.

The candidates for governor, Henry McMaster and James Smith, will meet in two debates. The first one is at Francis Marion University in Florence on Wednesday, October 17, and the second one is at Greenville Technical College Thursday, October 25. Both debates will start at 7:00 pm and be carried on SCETV as well as SC Public Radio.

The lieutenant governor running mates, Republican Pamela Evette and Democrat Mandy Powers Norrell, will debate October 29 at the ETV studio in Columbia. This is the first time in South Carolina that the governor and lieutenant governor will run on a single ticket.  Previously, candidates for S.C. lieutenant governor have run separately. Their debate will at the ETV studio in Columbia on Monday, October 29, at 7:00 pm and aired on SCETV.

Don’t forget – the South Carolina Board of Elections and Voter Registration has extended the deadline to register to vote in the November elections to Wednesday, October 17, 2018. To read our post about this extension as well as information regarding it, click here.

-Tidelines Editors

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Seabrook Island Veteran’s Day Charitable Golf Event – November 12

From the Seabrook Island Club Veranda Magazine….

The Seabrook Island Club and the Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club will be holding its 7th Annual Veteran’s Day charitable golf outing on Monday, November 12, 2018, beginning at 9:30 am to honor veterans who have served our country and to raise money to support the Ralph H. Johnson Veteran’s Hospital and Fisher House.

The event will be a captain’s choice scramble format beginning with a 9:30 am shotgun start. Teams will be flighted for awards based on total team handicap. There will be pizza and drinks in the Clubhouse after play is completed. Wounded Warriors will be participating, and if you’d like to play with one of those special guests, please let the golf shop know when signing up.

The entry fee for Seabrook Island Club members is $70 plus cart fee. For non-club members, the fee is $120. You may register for the event by calling the Seabrook Island golf shop at 843-768-2529 or sending an email to golf@ discoverseabrook.com. Team and individual registrations are welcomed.  Sign up today!

If you cannot play in the event but would like to make a contribution, you can send a check to Alan Armstrong, 2427 Golf Oak Park, Seabrook Island SC 29455. Checks should be made payable to the Fisher house or the Ralph H. Johnson Veteran’s Hospital.

If you have any questions, please call Alan Armstrong at 843-768-9252.

-Seabrook Island Club

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Main Road Closed Today 3-5 pm

On Friday, October 12, St. John’s High School is having their homecoming parade and Main Road between Chisholm and Maybank Highway and Bohicket Road between Maybank Highway and Haut Gap Middle School will be closed from 3 to 5 pm.

Celebrate homecoming with the Mighty Islanders and catch the parade that starts at 4 pm.


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Accident Savannah Hwy West of Main Road 11:00 am

We just received notification today, October 12, 2018,  that there is an accident on Savannah Highway one traffic light west of Main Road. Outbound traffic away from Charleston is backed up for miles.

If you are heading on or off the island, you may want to take an alternate route such as Bees Ferry Road and Glenn McConnell Parkway.

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Suggest going Glen McConnell to Bees Ferry to Main.

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