Oyster Roast at Bohicket Marina on January 19

Bohicket Marina & Market Oyster Roast on Saturday, January 19 from Noon – 4:00 pm

Come on out & join us again for a great time!  All you can eat oysters & beer!   Tickets can be purchased at the Ship’s Store, Doin’ the Charleston, the Ice Cream Shop or Prime Cuts Salon for $20 per person.  Tickets at the door will be $25 per person.

Rain date is Sunday, January 20.  For questions, call Todd at
(243) 719-0076

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Posted in Bohicket Marina

Woolfe Street Playhouse – Reformed Whores, January 18, 19

Charleston Comedy Festival on Woolfe

Woolfe Street Playhouse is proud to host Jamie Kennedy and Reformed Whores this year.

Jamie Kennedy -Actor, producer, and comedian Jamie Kennedy just wrapped James Gray’s sci-fi epic Ad Astra, opposite Brad Pitt. His other recent work includes starring roles in the latest installment of the Tremors film franchise for Universal, as well as Riley’s Peak with Jon Voight, and the thriller, Spinning Man, opposite Guy Pearce and Pierce Brosnan. Prior, he appeared in Chris Carter’s (The X-files) Amazon drama pilot The After, and NBC’s medical dramedy, Heartbeat. He is also voicing multiple characters on the new Comedy Central animated series, Legends Of Chamberlain Heights, and portrayed legendary music manager Jerry Heller in the Lifetime movie Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge, & Michel’le. Jamie can also be seen performing his stand up show around the country. Jamie landed his big break when he was cast in Baz Luhrman’s Romeo + Juliet, alongside Leonardo DiCaprio as a punked-out rival to John Leguizamo. His career soon kicked into high gear as he co-starred in his breakthrough performance as Randy Meeks in Wes Craven’s Scream and its follow-up Scream 2. Jamie has worked alongside some of the biggest names in Hollywood like Steve Martin in Bowfinger and Greg Kinnear in the Oscar-nominated As Good As It Gets. In 2002, Kennedy created The Jamie Kennedy Experiment, which became the WB’s highest-rated show. Kennedy portrayed a number of wacky characters, but the audience’s favorite was Brad Gluckman, the white rapper from Malibu. In 2003, Kennedy brought Brad Gluckman to the hit film, Malibu’s Most Wanted. Along with those films mentioned above Jamie has had memorable roles in fan favorites like Three Kings directed by David O. Russell, Enemy of the State directed by Tony Scott, Boiler Room opposite Vin Diesel and over 190 episodes of television under his belt with networks that include CBS, WB, MTV, Comedy Central, Showtime, NBC, Fox, and VH1.

Reformed Whores – If Tenacious D and Dolly Parton got drunk and had a baby, you’d get the delightfully twangy & hilariously filthy musical comedy duo Reformed Whores! Southern bred, but NYC based, Katy Frame & Marie Cecile Anderson have been featured on IFC, PBS, CBS, and many other three letter networks. Their sophomore album “Don’t Beat Around the Bush” debuted in March 2016 on the top 20 iTunes comedy chart; and last summer the girls opened for their comedy idol “Weird Al” Yankovic!

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Posted in The Arts

Meet Author Kate DiCamillo – January 12

kate de camilloCharleston County Public Library
Main Library – 68 Calhoun Street
January 12, 2019
11:00 am

Join beloved storyteller Kate DiCamillo for a discussion of her new novel, Louisiana’s Way Home. DiCamillo has almost 30 million books in print worldwide, and Louisiana’s Way Home is the follow-up to her #1 New York Times best-selling novel Raymie Nightingale.

After the discussion, DiCamillo will sign and personalize an unlimited number of copies of her new book, as well as one copy of any of her previously released titles per person. Copies of her new book will be available to purchase on-site. This event is free and open to the public.

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(Image credit: CCPL website)

 

Posted in Events, Kids event

Yoga for Bone Health – Starting January 15 at 9:00am at the Lake House


Dates: January 15, 22,29 and February 5 (Tuesdays)

Time: 9:00 am – 10:15 am at the Lake House

Cost: $48 for 4 classes over 4 weeks

If you have osteopenia, osteoporosis or concerned about bone health, this series of 4 yoga classes may be for you. It is designed to help build bone, strengthen muscle, increase flexibility, improve balance, and posture.  Ava Koren (RYT-300), who is certified in teaching yoga for osteoporosis using Dr. Loren Fishman’s method, will be guiding participants through poses selected to build healthy bone.  Each pose will be taught in 3 versions: beginner, transitional and classical. Guidance will be provided to each student at that person’s comfort level and guidelines given for safely advancing through the series. The science behind the chosen yoga poses and adaptations to allow every participant to participate to their fullest potential will be provided.

Join Ava Koren for this awesome 4 week Yoga for Bone Health semi private series beginning Tuesday January 15th at The Lake House.

The cost per semi-private series is $48 per participant. Please note, registration for a series includes all 4 classes at the same time on the same day as listed above. These workshops are not included in the monthly class pass. There are NO refunds. Fee will be charged to your Property Owner/Club Account. Semi Private classes are open to Seabrook Island Property Owners and guests staying on Seabrook Island.

For more information or to register for the Yoga for Bone Health semi private series, please email Ava Koren at avakoren@gmail.com.

-Submitted by The Lake House

 

 

 

 

Posted in Health and Wellness, Lake House

Meet Xfinity Account Rep, Andy Gretton on January 17 at the Lake House

Andy Gretton, our local Xfinity Account Rep, will be in the lobby of The Lake House on Thursday, January 17th at 12 noon.

It is a perfect opportunity to ask questions about the X1 platform, products, or services and have some cookies.

-Submitted by the Lake House

 

Posted in Events, Lake House

Possible Freeze Warning Tonight, January 10

According to the National Weather Service and Storm Team 2 Weather, a possible freeze warning is in effect for coastal communities and further inland has an elevated risk tonight, January 10.

Temperatures are projected to be around 33°, but a degree or two can make a difference for a frost event.

We have already posted articles about preparing for freezing weather (click here to read them).  Now is the time to implement your plans.

To take care of your outdoor plants:

  • Bring indoors any plants that you can move.
  • Hose down plants and shrubs that you can’t bring indoors.  Water is a natural insulator.
  • Cover more sensitive outdoor plants with fabric, bed sheets, burlap, or commercial frost cloths. Don’t use plastic. Click here to read more about protecting your plants.
  • Disconnect and store garden hoses.

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Posted in Weather

Meet the Candidates Night Recap

The ‘Meet the Candidates Night’ for the SIPOA Board of Directors and Nominating Committee candidates for the 2019 election was held on January 7, 2019. It was a ‘standing room only’ crowd at the Lake House. Julie McCullough, Board President, started things off encouraging property owners to vote in this upcoming election because all property owners have a stake in how the Island is managed and also because a quorum is required for a valid election. She reminded the audience that in the past several years on the last few days before voting ends, SIPOA staff spend hours tracking down property owners encouraging them to vote in order to meet the quorum….SO, please vote as soon as you get your voting materials, electronically or in the mail.

Julie then turned things over to Bill Bane, who chaired the Nominating Committee and acted as the MC for the night. Bill asked the candidates to start off by giving brief self-introductions. One audience member asked for clarification on the number of positions, length of term, etc. For the Nominating Committee, there are two open 2-year positions and three candidates: Cynthia ‘Cindy’ Brown, Henry ‘Trip’ Devens and Gregory Iaconis. For the Board of Directors, there is one open 1-year position, for which there is one candidate: Ellen Coughlin. There are also four open 3-year positions. Five candidates are running for those: James ‘Jaime’ Geiger, Michael Grabman, Ray Hoover, Thomas Pinckney, and Gordon Weis.

The introductions were followed by questions from the audience that the candidates took turns answering. Questions centered on several themes – – drainage, flooding and the new drainage agreement between the Club and SIPOA, SIPOA and Board communications with the property owners, transparency and advance notice to property owners of items the Board votes on, coastal erosion, and the traffic difficulties on Bohicket/Main Roads. Following the question and answer period, the candidates remained to talk to individual property owners about issues of concern.

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Posted in SIPOA

Seabrook Island Green Space Conservancy Gala

Make your Gala Reservations at the Lake House! It is so easy and convenient.

Green Space Conservancy members will be selling reservations for the 2019 Casino Night Gala in the Lake House Lobby from 10 am until noon on Saturday, January 12th. All you need to do is complete your reservation form and attach your check for $100 per person. The price of your ticket includes raffle tickets, sumptuous food stations, wine, beer and soft drinks. Please not that there is no assigned seating this year.

If coming to the Lake House is not convenient, you may also go to SIGSC.org to download a reservation form. Forms, along with your checks, may be dropped off at the special “Gala” mailbox at 3212 Seabrook Island Road, c/o Gorskis.

Our Casino Night will feature Craps, Roulette and Black Jack, along with other fun games of chance and lots of terrific prizes. A DJ from Audio Sound Design will spin your favorite dance songs, while Bob Becker will play Gaelic tunes in the “Irish Pub.” Our auctions promise to be unique and surprising! The Gala sells out very quickly to act now to make sure you don’t miss out on this  awesome event!!

On Seabrook Island, we are “Growing the Green!”

-Submitted by Beth Nichols, SIGSC

Posted in Events, Organizations

Reminder: Seabrook Island Garden Club Meets Jan 11

Harpell Pat

The Seabrook Island Garden Club cordially invites all members and guests to our monthly meeting on Friday, January 11, 2019 at 9:30 am at the Lake House. Our guest speaker is Pat Harpell, founder and chief executive weeder of the South Carolina Herbal Society (SCHS). Her presentation on “Growing and Cooking with Herbs” is sure to inspire and entertain. Light refreshments will be served.

For information on membership please contact Holli Bolte, email: hmbolte@yahoo.com

-Submitted by Alberta Barron

Posted in Events, Nature, Organizations

COVAR Corner in the Seabrooker

To read Debra Lehman’s “COVAR Corner” column in the January 2019 issue of The Seabrooker, click here. This open letter from the president of the Council of Villa Associations and Regimes (COVAR) is of interest to all Seabrook Island property owners, guests, and visitors.

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Please remember that you can always access the current edition of The Seabrooker online through the Town of Seabrook Island’s website. Just go here and click on The Seabrooker link.

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Posted in Organizations

Seabrook Island Community Informational Meeting, January 16, 5:00 pm at the Lake House

 

Join us on January 16 at 5:00 pm in the Lake House Live Oak Hall for an informational presentation on the recently signed SIPOA/SI Club drainage agreement.

Wine and cheese will be served.

To attend the presentation remotely:

Via Computer: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/212507141

Via Tablet or Smartphone: Download “GoToMeeting” App. Enter Access Code: 212-507-141

Via Phone: Dial-in Number: 872.240.3212 Access Code: 212-507-141

-Submitted by SIPOA

 

 

Posted in Seabrook Island Club, SIPOA

Drayton Hall Distinguished Speaker Series Jan 17

Drayton Hall Curator Unhinged Dec 2018

Drayton Hall Distinguished Speaker Series in partnership with South Carolina Humanities presents Curators UnHinged.

Drayton Hall is pulling their curators out of the galleries, house, and archaeology lab, handing them a drink and letting it fly on what they know, what they don’t know, and what they’re still arguing about. Historic facts, theories, conjecture and wine flow as Drayton Hall’s curators make a new mark on history. Audience participation is encouraged!

When: Thursday, January 17, 2019 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm
Where: Charleston Library Society, 164 King Street, Charleston, SC 29401

This round table discussion is free to all.
The reception is for $10 members and $20 non-members.
No door admittance can be accommodated, please RSVP here to attend.

Click here for more information.

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(Image Credit: DraytonHall.org)

Posted in Events, History