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.

On September 7, SIPOA reintroduced 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, was by noted geologist and beach restoration expert Tim Kana of Coastal Science & Engineering. The program began at 12:30pm in the Oyster Catcher Community Center before moving to the beach at Boardwalk 1. This program was fascinating for all who attended amongst the dynamic nature of our beaches and the measures SIPOA has taken to maintain them.

But there is more! Dr. Kana’s program was 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.


GET THE SCOOP | Learn About SIPOA’s Committees & What They Do
Wednesday, February 1, 2023
4:30pm – Oyster Catcher Community Center
Have you ever served on one of SIPOA’s Committees? If not, why not? Is it because you don’t understand what they are and what they do? If yes, but you are not currently serving, would you like to be updated on what the committees are currently doing? 
Here is your opportunity to learn more. During the upcoming Get the Scoop program committee representatives will be present to review the role and activities of each of the SIPOA committees.
Requiring about 60 Property Owner volunteers, SIPOA’s Committees have an essential role in providing information and recommendations to the Board. 
Whether you are interested in serving on a committee – or simply want to understand more about what they do, this Get the Scoop program is for you. 
We hope to see many of Seabrook Island’s Property Owners there. If you are currently serving on a SIPOA committee, THANK YOU! 


January Social Events

36th Annual SIPOA Arts & Crafts Show

Friday, February 17 | 1:00pm – 6:00pm
Half Circle in front of the Lake House
The show will move inside to Live Oak Hall in the event of inclement weather.

Seabrook Island is lucky to be home to many artists, craftsmen, photographers, hobbyists, and more. If you have artwork or crafts to display, we want you to show it at the 36th Annual SIPOA Arts & Crafts Show!

Each exhibitor can request up to 4 rack panels or 2 tables. Rack panels are 36″ wide by 74″ high. The tables are 3′ x 3′ and 6′ x 2.5′. Paintings and photos must be placed a minimum of 6″ apart on all sides. Hanging art cannot exceed 34″ wide, including the frame. Please note, depending on the response, the number of panels or tables per exhibitor may have to be adjusted to accommodate everyone.

Registration forms are available here and will also be available at the Lake House. Registration forms must be submitted online or returned to the Lake House front desk by Thursday, February 9, 2023 by 4:00pm. Due to limited space, no registrations will be accepted after February 9. No walk-ins permitted.


Monday, February 20
4:30pm – 6:00pm
Eagles Nest Studio
$10 per person (cash only – includes 4 bingo cards)

We are excited to announce the Lake House’s first BYOB BINGO night!
Join Denise Hull on Monday, February 20 for BYOB BINGO, prizes and a ton of fun!
You are welcome to bring your own beverages.

Please RSVP to by February 15 to ensure your spot!