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Mar 28 2012

A bar the old fashioned way: Seanachai Social Club a welcome reprieve from a chaotic world

By Kristin Hackler Seanachai: [SHAUN-a-key] noun. A traditional Irish storyteller/historian There’s a lot to say for a pub where the first time you walk in, you’re greeted by the patrons at the bar almost before the bartender says hello. But that’s just how the folks are at Seanachai: Johns Island Social Club. Located off of …

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Mar 27 2012

From Superman to Star Wars: CSO to Perform the Music of John Williams

Provided by the Charleston Symphony Orchestra Having composed some of the most recognizable film scores in history, winning multiple Grammy Awards, and receiving over forty Academy Award nominations, John Williams is possibly the most well-known living American composer. On Saturday, April 14, the Charleston Symphony Orchestra (CSO) will perform a Pops concert honoring the former …

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Mar 27 2012

Virtual lilies make safe homes a reality

Provided For the third year running, Rural Mission on Johns Island is offering their Virtual Lily donation program for the Easter season. For $10, contributors may purchase a virtual lily and dedicate it to the memory of a loved one. The dedications will appear on the Rural Mission website and newsletter, as well as on …

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Mar 27 2012

Kiawah Island Experts Publish Coffee Table Book

Provided The former executive editor and design director for Kiawah Island Legends magazine, author and designer Karen Bacot, and Charleston freelance photographer, Jason Stemple, worked collaboratively to produce A Bird’s Eye View of Kiawah. Stemple spent five years faithfully watching and waiting to photograph and compile this anthology of stunning images in a pictorial “bucket …

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Mar 27 2012

Warm Winter Wonderland

By Ian Millar Winter ended on February 29. Well, it did if you accept the climate science terminology which defines winter as the months of December, January and February (DJF). Winter was relatively warm here on Seabrook-Kiawah (S-K). Looking at the last 141 years of mean temperature data, we had our seventeenth warmest December, our …

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Mar 26 2012

April is Eat Local Month

Provided April 2012 is the inaugural Eat Local Month, a celebration of the bounty of local food available in the Lowcountry. Organized by local non-profit Lowcountry Local First (LLF), Eat Local Month will provide fun and educational opportunities for those in the Charleston community and beyond, to actively engage in eating what is ripe and …

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Mar 26 2012

Exchange Club News

By Sam Reed Water, Water, Everywhere Andy Fairey, CEO of the Charleston Water System, educated Kiawah-Seabrook Exchangites on March 22, 2012. He discussed how we are all able to have drinking water of the highest quality and for good value, as well as a safe and functioning wastewater system. This is accomplished with 1,700 miles …

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Mar 26 2012

Kiawah Lowcountry Artists and Artisans Showcase Is Saturday, April 7

By Jessica Jordan Richardson For many years, the Kiawah Island artists and artisans showcase has provided a venue for all to enjoy the talented creations of island residents. To view the event now, one would be surprised at its humble beginnings. In 1996, when the Sandcastle Community Center was first built, dedicated island residents collaborated …

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Mar 26 2012

Crate donations needed

By Heather Heath Neil and I could use your help. We’ve been running out of space lately since so many of us islanders have such big pups. Therefore, we’ve decided to expand our holding area by creating a kennel system. This will take us a month or two to complete, so in the meantime we’re …

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Mar 23 2012

Spring Concert Series Returns to Freshfields Village

Provided Put a spring in your step with three family-friendly concerts during The Spring Concert Series at Freshfields Village. Head out to the Village Green on upcoming Fridays March 30, April 6, and April 13 from 6 to 9 p.m. to enjoy the sounds of Motown, rock & roll, classic rock, southern beach music, 60s, …

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