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  • This Week at Sea Island

    This Week at Sea Island

    Weekly guide to recreation, entertainment
    and dining.

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  • 4th of July at Sea Island

    June 30 - July 4, 2016

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  • Sea Island Food and Wine Series

    Franchetti & Passopisciaro Wine Series
    Saturday, July 16

    11:30 a.m. 
    Tuscan Lunch
    Tavola Patio & Lawn

    6:30 p.m.
    Wine Dinner
    The Cloister Wine Cellar

    Explore the wines of Andrea Franchetti through a two-part series. Carlos Franchetti, brother to Andrea, and United States Brand Ambassador, Sarah Bray, present the wines of Franchetti in Tuscany and his project in Sicily, Passopisciaro. Lunch is $75/person. Wine dinner is $175/person. Tax and service charge additional. Member discount will be applied. Limited availability. Separate reservations required for lunch and dinner. Lunch is casual.  At the wine dinner, jackets are required, tie is optional for gentlemen. Reservations required, 912-638-5111.

     

    Gaja Wine Dinner
    Tuesday, July 26, 6:30 p.m.

    The Cloister Wine Cellar

    Enjoy an intimate dinner with winemaker Gaia Gaja of Gaja winery. This dinner will be an introspective of this prestigious Italian estate - from Piemonte to Tuscany. Gaia continues to drive this famous estate forward while honoring the traditions of the past. $225/person. Tax and service charge additional. Member discount will be applied. Limited availability. Jackets required, tie optional for gentlemen. Reservations required, 912-638-5111.

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  • The Southeastern Wildlife Exposition at Sea Island

    August 5-6, 2016

    The Southeastern Wildlife Exposition at Sea Island August 5-6
    The Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) is a weekend celebration of wildlife and nature through fine art, conservation education, and sporting demonstrations. The largest event of its kind in the U.S., SEWE makes its home in Charleston, South Carolina, and plays host to hundreds of artists and exhibitors, plus experts in wildlife and nature art. Through our partnership with SEWE, Sea Island will host an exclusive, intimate version of this celebration of wildlife and art at The Cloister.

    Southeastern Wildlife Exposition Opening
    Friday, August 5, 5:30–8 p.m.
    The Cloister Ballroom
    Get a first glimpse of the work of these premier artists, artisans, and craftsmen selected especially for Sea Island. Cash bar. Resort casual. Reservations required, 912-638-5111.

    Exposition Hours:
    Saturday, August 6, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
    The Cloister Ballroom
    Come experience these works of art at your own pace and determine which treasures you must take home with you. Casual. 

    Events are complimentary for resort guests and Club members. 

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  • Celebrating 100 Years of the National Park Service

    August 12, 2016

    The Cloister Ballroom
    5:30 p.m. 

    The National Park Service will be 100 years old this August. Stephen Mather McPherson, the grandson of the Founder, Stephen Mather, will give a talk and slide show about the formation of the Park Service and how his grandfather left his successful business to devote his life, as Assistant Secretary of the Interior and as the first Director of the Park Service, to the creation and management of this highly respected government agency. Event is complimentary for resort guests and Club members. Reservations required, 912-638-5111.

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  • Southern Grown Concert Series

    The Southern Grown Concert Series presents several live music events throughout the year that highlight Southern musicians from various genres.

    Click here for more information.

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  • Planning Guide Sea Island

    Summer Planning Guide

    June - August 2016

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  • Social Lounge

    Stay connected with your favorite island!

    Whether near or far, Sea Island is always at your fingertips. Use our social media accounts including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and more to stay connected with your favorite island!

    Visit the Social Lounge

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  • The Newsmakers book signing and talk with author Lis Wiehl

    July 8, 2016

    Friday, July 8, 5:30 p.m.
    The Cloister Ballroom 

     
    Lis Wiehl is a New York Times best-selling author, Harvard Law School graduate, and former federal prosecutor. A popular anchor and legal commentator for the FOX News Channel and the FOX Business Network, she appears weekly on "The O’Reilly Factor", "Lou Dobbs Tonight", "Imus in the Morning," "Kelly's Court," and more. Wiehl also hosts a radio segment, “Wiehl of Justice” for FOX News Radio/Sirius XM and her own radio show “Legal Lis” for FOX News Radio. Join Lis Wiehl as she discusses and signs her current book, The Newsmakers.  Event is complimentary for resort guests and Club members. Books will be available for purchase. Reservations required, 912-638-5111.

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  • Rainbow Island

    July 31, 2016

    Sunday, July 31, 7p.m.
    Rainbow Island

    Join us under the stars on Rainbow Island to celebrate the release of the new album, “I Was on the Moon,” by Sea Island’s own artist-in-residence Owen Plant.  Owens’s style is influenced by artists covering a variety of genres from the '70s such as Bob Marley and James Taylor, old-time reggae groups, and contemporary acoustic artists like the Avett Brothers and Amos Lee, for whom Owen opened in a 2014 concert at Sea Island. There is no better venue than Rainbow Island to listen to songs written on and inspired by the Golden Isles. The album will debut at the concert. Doors open at 6 p.m. Event is complimentary. Cash bar. Chairs welcome. Tickets required. To reserve tickets go to www.siconcertseries.com.

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  • The History and Treasures of Carnegie Hall

    August 19, 2016

    Friday, August 19, 5:30 p.m. 
    The Cloister Clubroom

    Carnegie Hall is one of the most famous theaters in the world. The joke, "How do you get to Carnegie Hall?" has entered American lore and the answer "practice" has surpassed music and now signifies attaining any goal. How did this theater become one of the most famous in the world? And what treasures exist in its archives? Director of the Archives and Rose Museum Gino Francesconi will talk about the history of Carnegie Hall, some of the famous people he worked with as the backstage artist attendant in an earlier career, and the adventure of starting the archives from scratch, in 1986, just four years before the Hall’s 100th anniversary. Since no archives existed most of Carnegie Hall’s history had disappeared. Through detective work and appeals to the public, the archives has now catalogued more than 50,000 events, more than any other theater in the world, and priceless artifacts donated by people from all over the world. Gino interweaves the history of the Hall with the search for its treasures in a fascinating journey. Event is complimentary for resort guests and Club members. Reservations required, 912-638-5111.

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