Activities & Events

SIPOA Reintroduces the “Get the Scoop” Program

Before the pandemic, SIPOA sponsored informational presentations known as Get the Scoop with topics of common interest for all Seabrook Island property owners. But like so many things over the last two and a half years, COVID was a major disruption. The previous Get the Scoop program was a casualty.

The two SIPOA-Sponsored programs last June, one on Flood Education and the second on Bitcoin & Blockchain were all well-attended with positive feedback. The success of both provided anecdotal evidence that the island’s property owners continue to appreciate community-wide educational-based events.

Therefore, starting September 7, SIPOA will reintroduce a new re-energized Get the Scoop series of presentations. These programs will be far-ranging and diverse. The goal is to provide Seabrook Island’s Property Owners with multiple opportunities moving to learn and benefit from the information provided. The aim is to increase Seabrooker’s engagement with the Island and expand their overall knowledge and well-being.

The first program, The History of Seabrook Island’s Beaches, will be by noted geologist and beach restoration expert Tim Kana of Coastal Science & Engineering. The program will begin at 12:30pm in the Oyster Catcher Community Center before moving to the beach at Boardwalk 1. This program promises to be fascinating for all interested in the dynamic nature of our beaches and the measures SIPOA has taken to maintain them.

But there is more! Dr. Kana’s program will be only the first of seven planned events. The new Get the Scoop program season begins on Labor Day and continues until Memorial Day, with a break for the year-end holidays.

 

Living with Seabrook Island’s Wildlife

Rescheduled for Thursday, October 6, 2022 
4:30pm
Oyster Catcher Community Center

Seabrook Island is blessed with an abundance and great diversity of wildlife. In addition to some interesting background about the wildlife on the island, this program will review how property owners can best co-exist with it. The speaker will bring and present species that help keep our beautiful ecosystem in balance, and allow for some open discussion with attendees.

 

 

Indigenous, Invasive & Deer-Resistant Plant Species

Thursday, October 27, 2022
2:00pm
Oyster Catcher Community Center

What’s best for the environment. More information on this event to come.


The Lake House Events

October Social Events 2022

 

 

Southern Dance Party!

Thursdays *10:00am

Beginning Thursday, June 23, join Denise Hull for a Southern Dance Party that starts at 10:00am.

Dancing is a fun way to get your cardio workout in. At Southern Dance Party, we will learn and practice many dances of the South including: Line Dances, the Two-Step and the Charleston. No partner or experience is needed. This class is part of the regular Fitness Class schedule at The Lake House. Come and join Denise for this Southern Dance Party!

Dogtober Pool Party

Wednesday, October 19
3:00pm – 5:00pm
Lake House Outdoor Pool
**We are asking that all attendees bring a donation of dog food to benefit Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary**

As the weather cools down, it’s your dog’s turn to enjoy an afternoon at the Lake House Outdoor Pool!

Rules:

  • Swimming is for dogs only. Humans should not enter pool past knee depth.
  • All dogs must be current on the following vaccinations: Rabies, Distemper, Parvo and Bordetella
  • Prior to entering the pool area, please walk your dog to help him/her relieve themselves, and be sure to pick up any waste. We would like to avoid accidents in the pool.
  • All dogs must be on the leash outside of the pool gates. Please be aware the Palmetto Lake (behind the Lake House) is home to alligators.
  • Your dog may be released from the leash upon entering pool gates.
  • Your dog must remain under your control at all times.
  • Please be aware of where your dog is at all times.
  • All dogs should be socialized with other dogs and humans. Aggressive behavior is not permitted and will result in expulsion from the event.
  • Be sure your dog has been exposed to swimming prior to the event.
  • Female dogs in season are not allowed.
  • Outside food and drink (dog and human) is not allowed in the pool.
  • Fresh water will be available for dogs throughout the event.

Waivers will be signed before entry is permitted to the event.

Halloween Pet Parade & Costume Contest

Wednesday, October 26
5:00pm – 6:00pm
Lake House Half Circle

Join us at the Lake House for the Yappy Hour Halloween Pet Parade and Costume Contest!

Dress your pet in their best costume and bring ’em to the Lake House for some Halloween fun! Award given to Best Pet Costume. Wine provided. Please note, all pets must be on leashes.

No need to pre-register, just come, dress up and have a doggone good time!

Bocce Ball Tournament

Friday, October 21
Tournament begins at 3:00pm
Lake House Front Lawn
$75 entry fee per team of 2
Includes event shirt for each participant

Join us for an afternoon of fun and friendly competition to help support an employee in need. Proceeds will benefit an employee fighting cancer. Don’t miss this awesome event and help put the “fun” in fundraising!

Registration forms available at the Lake House or online here.

Turkey Trot

Thursday, November 24
Race begins at 8:00am
Lake House
$20 entry fee

This year’s Turkey Trot will start promptly at 8:00am from the Lake House. Please arrive at least 10-15 minutes early.

The course is just over 5k at 3.5 miles.

Participants will be placed in corrals to space out the start.

This is a fun run. A clock will be at the start / finish; however, there will not be official times recorded.

Packet Pick-Up: Wednesday, November 23 from 10:00am – 4:00pm

Race Day Pick-Up: 7:00am – 7:30am

There are NO REFUNDS. If you have any questions, please email jmogus@sipoa.org.

REGISTER HERE!