Thanksgiving Arts and Crafts Show and Sale

The Seabrook Island Thanksgiving Art and Crafts Show and Sale was held on Friday, November 25 at The Lake House. People came out in numbers to see the amazing array of artworks and craft items created by so many talented Seabrookers. Works included original paintings in several mediums, photography, note cards, jewelry, painted dishes and glassware, baskets, weavings, adorned serving pieces, framed scissor cutting pieces, and more.

Congratulations to our talented Seabrookers and thank you for displaying your artwork for your friends and neighbors to enjoy.

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Please note that copyright rules apply to these artists.

(Photo credit: R.Siemers)

Second Annual Holiday Parade on Seabrook Island

In case you missed it, the Second Annual Holiday Parade kicked off at 3:30 pm this afternoon. Lead by Santa and Mrs. Claus, more than a dozen gaily decorated vehicles participated in the parade followed by our friends from the SJFD who took up the rear. Do you recognize any of the cheerily clad participants? The holiday spirit was abundant and a good time was had by all. Happy Holidays!

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Seabrookers Enjoy a Great 4th of July Holiday Weekend

The holiday weekend started off with a lovely showing of the creativity and talents of many Seabrook artists who are members of the Seabrook Island Art Guild.  The reception on Friday evening was well attended and the artists were out in force.

Then on Saturday there was the 5k walk/run; Sunday brought us the Kids Triathlon, the CSO Concert sponsored by the Town of Seabrook followed by fireworks; and Sunday gave us the annual parade followed by Family Fun at the Lake House with games, food and drink.

Below you’ll find a gallery of photos from the weekend.  Perhaps you’ll recognize your friends, neighbors, kids or grandkids!  If you click on a photo, it will take you to the gallery view, which will be easier to ‘click’ through.

Happy 4th of July!

(Photo credit:  Valerie Doane, Lynn Crane, Veronica L’Allier, Lake House staff)

-Submitted by Tidelines Editors