Monthly Events / Community Happenings / Yard Sales
(843) 236-7956       Free843and854@gmail.com
Advertising Unlimited, Inc.
YOUR BUSINESS AD HERE
CALL TERRY
FOR DETAILS
843-236-7956.
Link your website to your ad!
CONTACT US!
843-236-7956
Monday-Friday 9-6:00 PM EST
Email:
Free843and854@gmail.com
FREE for non-profit organizations, churches, animal adoptions, etc., in Horry and
Georgetown counties.
 Email information to: Free843and854@gmail.com

FREE YARD SALE NOTICES.
SEPTEMBER LOCAL EVENTS:
  • Labor Day Saturday Celebration - September 1, La Belle Amie Vineyard, 1120
    Saint Joseph Road, Little River, 12:00-5:00 PM.  843-399-9463.  Admission $2 if
    you bring 2 canned/dry good food items for the area food bank. Festival dates are
    subject to change. Inclement weather may cause a last-minute postponement or
    cancellation, so check the website labelleamie.com or call before attending.
  • Pasta Night at the VFW in Little River - September 3, 6-8:00pm.  VFW Post 10804,
    111 State Hwy. 57 N., Little River.  Choice of penne pasta or spaghetti, meatballs,
    Italian sausage and chicken Parmesan. Cost $8, no gratuities are requested but
    you can always donate to the VFW National Home for Children.
  • MUSTANG WEEK - SEPTEMBER 4th-8th for more information and event locations
    visit http://mustangweek.com
  • North Inlet Paddle through Sept. 5 - Hobcaw Barony Discovery Center/North Inlet-
    Winyah Bay Estuarine Research Reserve, 22 Hobcaw Road, Georgetown, 8:30 AM
    to 1:00 PM.  Join the Reserve and Surf the Earth for a naturalist-guided tour
    through the creeks of North Inlet. The program includes instruction in basic
    kayaking, a natural history overview, and educational highlights of the North Inlet
    ecosystem. Wear sturdy shoes, bring water, snack, and camera/binoculars (if
    desired). Cost: $50/person; weather permitting; limited to 6 participants, call to
    register (843) 904-9017.
  • Fall Tribute Concert - Donna Summer & The Sounds of the 70’s - September 6-9.  
    Brookgreen Gardens, 1931 Brookgreen Drive, Murrells Inlet, 843-235-6000.  
    Summer was one of the most successful recording artists of the 1970s and was the
    first artist to have three consecutive double albums hit number one on the Billboard
    charts. With over 130 million records sold, her music has been embraced and
    enjoyed by multiple generations of fans. In this tribute to her work, world-renowned
    singers and a live band of incredible musicians will perform Summer’s hits including:
    ‘Hot Stuff’, ‘Last Dance’, ‘Bad Girls’ and many other 70s songs such as ‘Ain’t No
    Mountain High Enough’, ‘You Can’t Hurry Love’, ‘I Love the Nightlife’, ‘Respect’ and
    ‘I Will Survive’. Join us for our most exciting summer concert yet!
  • American Hotel Register Company Hospitality Golf Classic - September 7, Myrtle
    Beach National West Course, 4900 National Drive, Myrtle Beach, (843) 626-9668.
  • Taste of OLLI Open House - September 5-7, Conway Education Center, 290 Allied
    Drive, Conway.  9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, (843) 349-5002. Community members can
    shop for classes, meet staff and instructors, chat with the board, peruse our
    partners’ booths, mingle with other OLLI students, and learn what we have planned
    for the fall semester. A representative will be present to answer questions about
    2019 trips. Please join us at one of the following locations: Wednesday, Sept. 5, 9 a.
    m. to noon Conway Education Center, 290 Allied Drive, Conway; Burroughs &
    Chapin Center, 290 Allied Drive, Conway. 843-349-5002. Friday, Sept. 7: 9 a.m. to
    noon Litchfield Education Center, 14427 Ocean Highway, Litchfield Landing,
    Pawleys Island, 843-349-6584. Friday, Sept. 7, 2 to 4 p.m. Georgetown Education
    Center (GEC), 903 Front St., Georgetown, 843-349-6584
  • Waves of Praise Gospel Fest - September 7-9, Pavilion Place, 812 North Ocean
    Blvd., Myrtle Beach.  The three-day festival features local, regional and national
    gospel groups and performers. Admission is free. Friday’s activities begin at 6:00 p.
    m. and include choirs and quartets in a gospel music showcase. Saturday’s live
    performances are from 2:00 pm to 10:00 p.m. and include major national names in
    gospel music. Sunday’s event starts at 7:00 a.m. and features local pastors and
    choirs in a worship service. Vendors will be on site for food and souvenirs. Bring a
    beach chair or blanket. Visit www.mbwavesofpraise.com
  • Rivertown Bluegrass Society Concert - September 8th, 5-9PM, Doors open at 3PM.
    Horry Georgetown Technical College Conway Campus, 2050 US-501, Conway.  
    Mickey Sellers 843-254-0502 leaman@verizon.net
  • Movies @ McLean Park in North Myrtle Beach - Sept. 8, 7:30 PM – Peter Rabbit,
    PG.  McLean Park, 93 Oak Dr., North Myrtle Beach.  For day of event weather
    information call the ‘Rec Check’ hotline at (843) 280-5594 ext. 3
  • Surfside Beach Skyhoundz Disc Contest - September 8, W.O. Martin Park, 651
    Lakeside Dr., Surfside Beach, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM, 843)-650-9548.  Canines of
    all sizes and skill compete in a distance / accuracy disc competition. Entry and
    admission are free. Visit www.surfsidebeach.org for more details.
  • Sunday Brunch at the VFW in Little River - September 9 (Second Sunday of the
    month), 9:00am - 11:00am, VFW Post 10804, 111 State Hwy 57 N., Little River.  
    Buffet includes omelettes, scrambled eggs, poached eggs on muffins, home fries,
    breakfast sausage, bacon, corned beef hash, biscuits and gravy, toast, orange
    juice, and coffee. All for only $7.00!  Support your local veterans and the North
    Myrtle Beach/ Little River/Loris community and enjoy your breakfast prepared and
    served by Veterans of Foreign Wars members and members of the VFW Auxiliary.
  • Easy to Learn Self Defense Skills - September 9, EXIT Coastal Real Estate Pros,
    550 Forestbrook Road, Myrtle Beach, 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM, call 843-796-1358 for
    more details.  Come and learn some Easy to Learn Self Defense Skills.
  • Collection Connections | A Visual Exploration of Southern Heritage - September 11-
    May 1, Franklin G. Burroughs, Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum, 3100 South Ocean
    Boulevard, Myrtle Beach, (843) 238-2510. Exhibition of approximately 40 works
    from the Art Museum’s rich permanent collections, including antique maps and
    historical prints, works on paper by Southern artists, including William H. Clarke,
    Cassandra Gillens and Jonathan Green, fabric quilts and photographs. Using
    Southern-history-themed works of art from our collections, the exhibition uses the
    visual arts to teach and explore the history and culture of SC and our entire region
    and is designed for both school students and adults alike.
  • Feeding Frenzy -September 12-Dec. 7, Hobcaw Barony Discovery Center/North
    Inlet-Winyah Bay Estuarine Research Reserve, 22 Hobcaw Road, Georgetown, 1:
    00 PM to 2:00 PM, (843) 904-9017. Help Reserve staff feed our hungry exhibit
    critters, including our North Inlet fishes, crabs, turtles, snakes, and even our
    alligator! During the feeding, learn about the animals’ biology & their natural
    habitats. Free and limited to 15 participants.
  • Mommy and Me Play Days at the Coastal North Town Center - September 13 and
    recurring monthly on the 2nd Thursday til Oct. 11, Coastal North Town Center,
    Highway 17 N at 11th Avenue, N. Myrtle Beach, (775) 354-7437. Fun activities for
    families with younger children. Face painting, music, interactive activities,
    refreshments and more!
  • A Beautiful Friendship CCU Concert - September 13, 7:30PM.  Wheelright
    Auditorium, 108 Spadoni Park Circle, Conway.  Features new music from
    composers Dan O’Reilly and Andrew Fowler, both lecturers in CCU’s Department of
    Music. For ticket information call 843-349-ARTS (2787).
  • SOS Fall Migration - September 14-23, Various locations throughout the North
    Myrtle Beach Area. 10 days of the biggest adult shaggers party on the East Coast.
    shagdance.com for more information.
  • PetSmart Charities National Adoption Weekend will be September 14 – 16. HSNMB
    will have animals available for adoption at the North Myrtle Beach location, 1530
    Highway 17 North, each day from 11am – 3pm. Adoption fees will be waived for this
    event.
  • Aynor Harvest Hoe-Down Festival - September 15, Aynor Town Park, 600 South
    Main St., Aynor,. Hundreds of Arts, Crafts & Food Vendors Parade at 10 am
    Musical Entertainment 11am - 5:30 pm Street Dance 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm Children’s
    Entertainment.
  • Beach Sweep - September 15, Huntington Beach State Park, 16148 Ocean HEY.,
    Murrells Inlet, 843-235-8755. Join thousands of volunteers to be a part of the
    solution to pollution!
  • Dog Days Blues & Jazz Fest - September 15, La Belle Amie Vineyard, 1120 Saint
    Joseph Road, Little River, 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM, (843) 399-9463.  Admission $2 if
    you bring 2 canned/dry good food items for the area food bank. Festival dates are
    subject to change. Inclement weather may cause a last-minute postponement or
    cancellation, so check the website labelleamie.com or call before attending.
  • City of North Myrtle Beach Sweep - September 15, 843-280-5570 for more info.
  • Benefit Bike Run for Todd Kiser - September 15, see page 8 for details.
  • Native Sons Salt Games 2018 - September 15-16.  Burroughs and Chapin Pavilion
    Place, 812 North Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach.  Two days of beach fun, food, and
    free entertainment. Sat., 8 AM - 7 PM; Sun., 8AM - 6 PM.
  • Pops Concert at Marina Park - September 15, Grand Dunes Marina Park, 8201
    Marina Parkway, Myrtle Beach, 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM.   (843) 448-8379. Bring your
    chair and a friend to share an evening for the beautiful sounds of the Long Bay
    Symphony.
  • FLYER  South Carolina Beard Club’s 5th Annual Beard & Mustache Competition -
    September 15, 6:00PM- 11:00 PM, The Beaver Bar 3534 US-17 Bus., Murrells Inlet,
    6:00 PM to 11:00 PM.  Proceeds benefit Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association
  • Surfside Beach S.C. Sea Grant Beach Sweep - September 15, Surfside Beach Pier,
    Ocean Blvd Surfside Beach, 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM.  (843) 650-9548. Sponsored by
    the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium. Visit www.surfsidebeach.org for more details.
  • 2018 Home Improvement & Outdoor Living Show - September 21-23, Myrtle Beach
    Convention Center, 2101 North Oak Street, Myrtle Beach, (843) 438-4124. Friday
    and Saturday, 10 AM - 6 PM; Sunday 11 AM - 5 PM.   Admission $5 for adults /
    children under 16 free. Three day passes are available for $10.
  • The Market Common Military History Trolley Tour - September 21, Grand 14
    Cinema, The Market Common, 4017 Deville Street, Myrtle Beach, (843) 839-3500,
    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.  The Market was once an important military base during WWII
    and later during the Cold War, Vietnam and Desert Storm. Tour-takers will board a
    trolley for a one-hour narrated tour around the Market Common District learning
    about the history of the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, and the Myrtle Beach
    Army Air Field during WWII. That will be immediately followed by a one-hour catered
    reception at Tupelo Honey where they will meet a historical figure who was part of
    the base’s history. The tour includes stops at Warbird Park and at the General
    Robert H. Reed Recreation Center where a small military museum is housed.
    Tickets are $30 which includes the trolley tour and reception. Visit
    marketcommonmb.com to purchase tickets information and more information.
  • Sounds of Summer Concert Series - September 21.  BullFrog Band
    (Classic/Modern Rock). NMB Park & Sports Complex at the Sandhills Bank
    Amphitheater, 150 Citizens Circle, Little River, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM  FREE
    Admission & Open to all ages. Bring a beach chair or blanket. Snacks and drinks
    will be available for purchase. No tobacco products, coolers, outside food and
    beverages allowed.
  • 1st Annual Run Baby Run 5k sponsored by Coastline Women’s Center - September
    22, North Myrtle Beach Sports Complex, 150 Citizens Circle, Little River, 8:00 AM to
    10:00 AM. Race begins at 8:00am;  Awards begin around 9:15am. Coastline
    Women’s Center is a non profit pregnancy medical clinic serving all of Horry
    County. All proceeds go towards our life affirming mission to offer assistance to
    women, men, and families facing unplanned pregnancies by providing emotional,
    physical and spiritual support. Produced by: Black Dog Running Company Race
    Director Dawn White 843-839-1174 dawnwhiterd@gmail.com
  • An Afternoon w/The Holiday Band - September 22, La Belle Amie Vineyard,1120
    Saint Joseph Road, Little River, 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM.   (843) 399-9463. Admission
    $2 if you bring 2 canned/dry good food items for the area food bank. Festival dates
    are subject to change. Inclement weather may cause a last-minute postponement
    or cancellation, so check the website labelleamie.com or call before attending.
  • Art In Common Fall Festival - September 22-23, Valor Memorial Park at The Market
    Common, 1120 Farrow Parkway, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, (843) 748-0133. The festival
    will be offering a range of handcrafted items including photography, drawings,
    painted arts, jewelry, pottery, stone, wood and glass crafts, produced by fifty(50)
    talented local and area artists. Rain or shine, free admission.
  • Bacon and Brews Fest - September 22, Burroughs and Chapin Pavilion Place, 205
    9th Ave. North, Myrtle Beach, 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM, (704) 604-2004. For those who
    love bacon!  This free all day festival features 30 Bacon inspired menu items from
    area restaurants and food trucks, over 100 craft brews to taste, live music all day
    and family fun with the Kids Zone. Get a Craft Brew Samplers ticket for $35 and get
    a souvenir glass to enjoy unlimited craft brew tastings with over 100 beers to
    sample from 30 breweries. Limited VIP tickets are available at $45 that will get you a
    craft brew tasting wristband, a private tented area, specialty cocktails and more.
    For more information visit bestbaconfest.com
  • St. John’s Greek Festival - September 27-30, St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox
    Church,3301 US 17 Bypass Myrtle Beach. A celebration of Greek culture, cuisine
    and family fun, is one of the most beloved Myrtle Beach events of the fall. Get your
    fill of spanikopita, gyros, baklava, cookies, salads, pastries, breads and more.  Fun
    for the whole family and offers inflatables, live performances and music, craft and
    vendor tables and tours of the beautiful church. Starts at 11 a.m. on Thursday,
    Friday and Saturday and noon on Sunday.
  • The 5th Annual Lakewood Camping Resort BBQ Cook-Off to benefit Backpack
    Buddies - September 28-29.  See page 8 for more details.
  • 3rd Annual Jazz Festival - September 28-30, Carver Street, Myrtle Beach ,6-10 p.m.
    on Friday; Noon-Midnight on Saturday; Noon-10 p.m. on Sunday. Rain or shine,
    admission is free to the public.
  • 43rd Annual Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival - September 28-30, Huntington Beach
    State Park, 16148 Ocean Highway, Murrells Inlet, (843) 235-8755.  Enjoy fine art,
    quality crafts and food, and music.
  • Bike to the Boardwalk - September 28-November 9, Hobcaw Barony Discovery
    Center/North Inlet-Winyah Bay Estuarine Research Reserve, 22 Hobcaw Road,
    Georgetown, 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.  (843) 904-9017.  Bike 5 miles (round trip) on
    gravel roads through Hobcaw Barony’s pristine forests to the Reserve’s beautiful
    salt marsh boardwalk on North Inlet estuary. Upland forest habitats, wildlife,
    research and salt marsh ecology will be discussed during the trip. Bring your own
    bike (all terrain tires recommended), helmet, water, snack, camera/binoculars (if
    desired). Cost: FREE; weather permitting: limited to 15
  • 15th Annual Irish Italian International Festival - September 29, rain or shine, Main
    Street, North Myrtle Beach, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.  (843) 280-5673.  Food from
    local restaurants, two stages of live entertainment, street performers, art & craft
    vendors, and dance groups all surrounding an Irish Italian International theme.
    Restaurants will compete for the title of Best Entrée, Best Decorated, and Best
    Dessert. Festival goers can also join in a friendly spaghetti eating competition.  A
    children’s area will offer a variety of entertainment that suits all ages; magic, balloon
    art and inflatables (nominal fee).
  • Brew At The Zoo - September 29, Brookgreen Gardens, 1931 Brookgreen Drive,
    Murrells Inlet, 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM.  (843) 235-6000.  This craft beer tasting will
    feature over 30 regional and national selections and offers a rare opportunity after-
    hours to see Brookgreen’s Lowcountry Zoo. Guests receive a signature tasting
    glass and enjoy a silent auction hosted by The Friends of Brookgreen Gardens.
  • Take A Kid Fishing - September 29.  Various Piers along the Grand Strand, 8:00
    AM to 12:00 PM.  The purpose of TAKF is to promote and introduce young anglers
    to the sport of fishing and create an opportunity for a parent, relative or volunteer
    to spend the day with a child on one of five participating piers.  For more details
    visit takfgrandstrand.com
  • Myrtle Beach Baby Expo - September 30, Cooper House, 6011 Dick Pond Rd.,
    Myrtle Beach, 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM.  (813) 463-2712 Your one-stop shop to the
    best products, services and resources for new and expecting parents. Visit local
    businesses sharing information about pregnancy, health & wellness, special needs,
    safety, insurance, child care, and other important family-related topics. Free
    activities include a fun photo booth, massages, reiki sessions and baby bump
    painting! We’ll also have giveaways, swag bags, informative workshops, product
    demos and a nursing lounge. For more information or questions about vendor
    opportunities, please contact info@sunshinefamilyexpos.com

OCTOBER EVENTS
  • Myrtle Beach Fall Bike Rally - October 1-7.
  • Myrtle Beach Seafood Festival - October 5-7, Burroughs & Chapin Pavilion Place
    between 8th and 9th Avenues North, Myrtle Beach, (843) 855-0527.  
  • JENSEN'S CRAFT SHOW - Friday October 5, 10AM-5PM.  Saturday, Oct. 6, 9AM-
    3PM.  We have 38 crafters, bake sale, food available. Magnolia Clubhouse in
    Jensen's, Garden City. Look for signs.
  • 8th Annual Grand Strand Mustang Stampede and Car Show - October 6, Myrtle
    Beach Speedway, 455 Hospitality Lane, Myrtle Beach, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (843)
    236-0500.
  • Art In The Park at Valor Park - October 6-7, Valor Park at Market Common, 1120
    Farrow Parkway, Myrtle Beach, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.  (843) 446-3830
  • Autumn Big Band Blast - October 6, La Belle Amie Vineyard, 1120 Saint Joseph
    Road, Little River, 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM.  (843) 399-9463. Admission $2 if you bring
    2 canned/dry good food items for the area food bank. Festival dates are subject to
    change. Inclement weather may cause a last-minute postponement or cancellation,
    so check the website labelleamie.com or call before attending.
  • Conway Fall Festival - October 7, 10-5PM. Downtown Conway, 3rd Ave & Laurel
    Street, Conway, 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM, (843) 248-1740. Arts, crafts, food vendors,
    classic cars, kid’s zone all-you-can-play inflatables, games and activities for $5,
    music and more.
  • Fiesta Italiana - October 6, 2018 - The Market Commons, Deville Street, Myrtle
    Beach, 11-6:00 PM(714) 580-8959. Sponsored by The Sons & Daughters of Italy
    Myrtle Beach Lodge, No. 2662, features authentic Italian foods,  beer and wine, live
    entertainment, arts and craft vendors, an Italian themed gift shop, a spaghetti &
    pizza eating contest, free face painting for the kids, and more.
  • Be sure to check websites or call the event organizer before attending any of these
    events for postponements or cancellations.
  • Myrtle Beach Seafood Festival - October 5-7, Pavilion Place between 8th and 9th
    Avenues North, Myrtle Beach, (843) 855-0527. Hosted by the Myrtle Beach
    Downtown Redevelopment Corporation and the City of Myrtle Beach, the 2018
    Myrtle Beach Seafood Festival is a destination event that will celebrate the
    multitude of local seafood restaurants and eateries along the Grand Strand! The
    festival is expanded to three days in 2018, and will run Friday, Oct. 5 from 6 to 10 p.
    m., Saturday, Oct. 6 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 7 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.
    m. at the Burroughs & Chapin Pavilion Place, located between 8th and 9th Avenues
    North downtown Myrtle Beach.
  • Harvest Home Festival - October 6-7, Brookgreen Gardens, 1931 Brookgreen
    Drive, Murrells Inlet, 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM.  (843) 235-6000. More scarecrows, more
    animals and more fun! Brookgreen’s annual fall festival is filled with outdoor
    activities the whole family will enjoy. Favorite activities such as scarecrow building,
    pumpkin painting, hayrides, live entertainment, and more.
  • Surfside Beach Family Festival - October 6, Surfside Dr., Surfside Beach, 10:00 AM
    to 4:00 PM.  (843) 650-9548. Live music, craft vendors, food and fun!


RECURRING EVENTS THROUGH THE SUMMER / FALL:
  • Thursdays Line Dancing With Sonia - Robert H. Reed Center, 800 Gabreski Lane,
    Myrtle Beach on Thursdays 10AM-12noon, low intermediate; Beginners noon-2pm.
    At the Grand Strand Center, 1268 21st Ave. on Thursdays, Lite Intermediate 1pm;
    Beginners 2 pm. Great music, Great routines, Great discounts. Call Sonia 843 945-
    1061 for more information, Dancerus.ric.sonia@gmail.com
  • Hobcaw Barony Summer Events through August 24.  Hobcaw Barony, 22 Hobcaw
    Road, Georgetown.  August 1, 2018 Wild Wednesday: Snakes Birthday- 2:30pm-
    4pm August 12, 2018 Perseids Meteor Shower- 10am-1pm August 16, 2018 Mary
    Edna Fraser Celebrates Belle’s Birthday- 5pm-7pm August 24, 2018 Women’s
    Beach Walk- 1:30pm-4pm If you’re interested in learning more or signing up for an
    event visit Hobcaw Barony’s website at http://hobcawbarony.org/visit/seasonal-
    programs-3/
  • Surfside Beach Crafters Cove recurring weekly on Wednesday until August 8.  
    Surfside Beach Pier, Ocean Blvd., Surfside Beach, 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM.  843-650-
    9548. Conducted by the Children’s Museum, it is for children ages 10 & under.
    Contact Debbie Ellis for more information (843.640.9548 or dellis@surfsidebeach.
    org).
  • Brookgreen Summer Lights Festival recurring weekly on Wednesday, Thursday,
    Friday, Saturday until August 18.  Brookgreen Gardens, 1931 Brookgreen Drive,
    Murrells Inlet.  7:00 PM to 10:00 PM.  800-849-1931  The magic of nature
    illuminated. Based on famous Chinese Lantern Festivals, this exhibit will inhabit
    Brookgreen’s Lowcountry Zoo with larger-than-life, illuminated silk lantern
    sculptures in a variety of native animals, insects, and plants. The festival will also
    include games, performances, crafts for kids, and local food truck vendors. Tickets
    will be available at Brookgreen.org. Ticket prices for members are: adults $15.00
    and children 4-12 $10.00, non-members $20.00 and children 4-12 $15.00. Children
    3 and under are free. More information on the festival, visit Brookgreen.org .
  • Docent Coordinator recurring weekly on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
    Friday until October 31.  Prince George, Winyah, Episcopal Church, 300 Broad
    Street, Georgetown, 12:00-3:00 PM.  843-344-8116. Prince George, Winyah,
    Episcopal Church, opened in 1747, is one of the few Colonial churches that has not
    altered its interior. Docent led tours are from March through October, Monday
    through Friday from 12:00 PM- 3:00 PM. FREE of charge, donations gratefully
    appreciated. Occupied by British troops during the Revolutionary War and by Union
    troops in the War Between the States, the church has never closed for worship.
  • Myrtle Beach Boardwalk Bonanza recurring weekly on Wednesday, Thursday until
    August 30.  Burroughs and Chapin Pavilion Place, 8th and 9th Avenues North,
    Myrtle Beach.  6:00-PM.  843-855-0527. Live entertainment, variety shows, talent
    and karaoke contests, DJ performances and food challenges, all part of the Big
    Screen Party Machine entertainment schedule.
  • Myrtle Beach Hot Summer Nights through September 3, Plyler Park and Oceanfront
    Boardwalk. Live entertainment each night. Fireworks on Wednesday nights at 10
    PM.
  • Summer Nights at Broadway at the Beach through September 2 - Broadway at the
    Beach, 1325 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach.  Live musical performances, street
    performers, character appearances and other live entertainment at various
    locations within Broadway at the Beach.
  • Summerfest at Barefoot Landing through September 1, 7:00PM,  Barefoot Landing,
    4898 Hwy. 17 South, North Myrtle Beach, 843-272-8349. Enjoy live entertainment in
    various locations throughout the center every night. Fireworks spectaculars every
    Monday night over the lake at 10 p.m.
  • Making Waves | A Drew Brophy Retrospective through September 16, 10-4PM.
    Franklin G. Burroughs - Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum, 3100 S. Ocean Blvd.,
    Myrtle Beach, 843-238-2510. Festival day full of art, music, food, vendors,
    workshops and special appearances by Drew Brophy.  
  • Music On Main Concert Series through September 27, Horseshoe in North Myrtle
    Beach, 1 WW South Ocean Blvd., North Myrtle Beach, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Journey
    to downtown North Myrtle Beach to delight in the sounds of a live band on Main
    Street.
  • Cool Summer Evenings Concert Series Sunday evenings through August 19, 7PM-
    9PM Brookgreen Gardens, 1931 Brookgreen Drive, Murrells Inlet, 843-235-6000.  
    Bring a lawn chair and find your favorite spot under the shade of the Live Oaks to
    enjoy our Cool Summer Evenings concerts. Sing along, dance and enjoy the talents
    of local and regional favorite bands.
  • Surfside Beach Sunday Serenades recurring weekly on Sunday until September 30
    weather permitting, 2-5PM.  Passive Park, Surfside Drive, Surfside Beach, 843-650-
    9548. Great local musicians in an outdoor concert in the park in Surfside Beach.
    Passive Park is located across from the Surfside Beach Library.
  • North Inlet Paddle through September 5, 8:30-1PM.  Hobcaw Barony Discovery
    Center/North Inlet-Winyah Bay Estuarine Research Reserve, 22 Hobcaw Road,
    Georgetown, 843-904-9017.  Join the Reserve and Surf the Earth for a naturalist-
    guided tour through the creeks of North Inlet. The program includes instruction in
    basic kayaking, a natural history overview, and educational highlights of the North
    Inlet ecosystem. Wear sturdy shoes, bring water, snack, and camera/binoculars (if
    desired). Cost: $50/person; weather permitting; please call to register 843-904-
    9017.
  • Sounds of Summer Concert Series through September 21, 7-9PM.NMB Park &
    Sports Complex at the Sandhills Bank Amphitheater, 150 Citizens Circle, Little
    River. Enjoy an evening with your family and friends listening to live music under
    the stars.
FREE PICTURE ADS FOR THE LOCALS!
For sale by owner merchandise,
located in Horry / Georgetown county,
priced at $100 or more, and a
phone number for contact.

Mail picture to
Free843and854@gmail.com
  
SEPT. YARD SALES:

The United Methodist Women
of Socastee United Methodist
Church YARD SALE
on
Saturday, September 15 from
8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Lots of
unique items for sale, as well as
hot dogs and baked goods. The
church is located at 5575 Dick
Pond Road near the Socastee
swing bridge.

MOVING SALE - September 8-9,
8 until ? Furniture, household
items, dishes, glasses, Christmas
decorations, beach items.
Hemphill Place, 178 Ecum Secum
Place in Conway off 701 S.

ESTATE SALE - Friday and
Saturday, Sept 14 and 15,
8am-2pm.  8226 Tartan Lane off
Hwy. 707, in Tern Hall Plantation.
Furniture, patio furniture,
Fiestaware, yard equipment,
Harley Davidson, Jenn Air grill,
more.  502-541-3704.  

OCTOBER YARD SALE:
MYRTLE TRACE SOUTH
COMMUNITY YARD SALE -
Oct. 6th,
8-12 noon. Rain or
shine.  Take 501 to Burning
Ridge Golf Course to Sand
Ridge Rd.; Or take 544 to Myrtle
Ridge Drive to Sand Ridge Rd.  
Follow signs and pink balloons.  
THURSDAYS LINE DANCING WITH SONIA  - Robert H. Reed Center, 800 Gabreski Lane,
Myrtle Beach on Thursdays 10AM-12noon, low intermediate;  Beginners noon-2pm.    At the
Grand Strand Center, 1268 21st Ave. on Thursdays, Lite Intermediate 1pm / Beginners 2 pm.
Great music, Great routines, Great discounts. Call Sonia 843 945-1061 for more information,
Dancerus.ric.sonia@gmail.com
The Rivertown Bluegrass Society
is holding it's "Every 2nd Saturday
of the Month" bluegrass music
Concert on AUGUST 11th.  The
concert is held at the Horry
Georgetown Technical College
Conway Campus.  The concert
begins at 5pm with the Aynor Town
Bluegrass Band and the feature
band is The Morris Brothers and
Dixie Station.

The entrance to the auditorium is
at the rear of the main building.  
You do not have to be a member
of the society as this concert is
open to the public.  Admission is
$12.00 for adults, children under
12 free, students with college ID
badge free.

www.rivertownbluegrasssociety.com