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  • Music On Main Concert Series through September 27. Horseshoe in North Myrtle
    Beach, South Ocean Blvd., North Myrtle Beach, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM.
  • Myrtle Beach Hot Summer Nights through September 3. Pyler Park and Oceanfront
    Boardwalk.  Live entertainment each night; and fireworks on Wednesday nights.
  • Summer Nights at Broadway at the Beach through September 2.  Live musical
    performances, street performers, character appearances and other live
    entertainment,  costumed stilt-walkers and fire dancers.
  • Summerfest at Barefoot Landing through September 1 -  4898 Hwy. 17 South,
    North Myrtle Beach, 7:00 PM.  843-272-8349.
  • Surfside Beach Sunday Serenades - Sundays until September 30.  Passive Park,
    Surfside Dr in Surfside Beach.  2:00 PM to 5:00 PM.  843-650-9548. Hear some
    great local musicians in an outdoor concert.
  • Brookgreen Summer Lights Festival - Recurring weekly on Wednesday, Thursday,
    Friday, Saturday until August 18.  During the Festival, Brookgreen will close at 5:00
    p.m. as usual, and re-open from 7:00 p.m. to 10 p.m. 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 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 .
  • North Inlet Paddle through September 5. Hobcaw Barony Discovery Center/North
    Inlet-Winyah Bay Estuarine Research Reserve.  22 Hobcaw Road, Georgetown,  8:
    30 AM to 1:00 PM.  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; limited to 6
    participants; please call to register.
  • Docent Coordinator - Weekly on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
    until October 31.  Prince George, Winyah, Episcopal Church, 300 Broad St.,
    Georgetown, 12:00 PM to 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.
  • Cool Summer Sunday Evenings Concert Series through August 19.  Brookgreen
    Gardens, 1931 Brookgreen Drive, Murrells Inlet, 7-9PM.  843-235-6000.  Pavilion
    Concert Field - Oak Allée 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. Beverages and
    light refreshments are available for purchase. No coolers.
  • Sunday Funday at Wild Water & Wheels - $18.98 + tax all day admission - July 1, 8,
    15, 22, 29.
  • Fireworks Extravaganza at Barefoot Landing Monday nights in the summer
  • Pasta night at the VFW in Little River -  July 2, 6-8. VFW Post 10804, 111 State
    Hwy 57 N., Little River.  Just around the corner from Bell & Bell on Route 9.  Pasta
    Night on the first Monday night of every month. $8, call the VFW Post at 843-399-
    0877 to make your reservation.
  • Salute from the Shore July 4. Head down to the beach for Salute from the Shore
    this Independence Day! Vintage Military Aircraft and F-16s from South Carolina Air
    National Guard’s 169th Fighter Wing at McEntire Joint National Guard Base will do
    flyovers across our beaches in the Carolinas. Show your support for America’s
    Armed Forces! Bring your flags and other festive 4th of July gear and wave them
  • Broadway at the Beach 4th of July fireworks - July 4, begins at 10PM.
  • Barefoot Landing fireworks every Monday during the summer.
  • Tuesdays and Fridays Broadway at the Beach  fireworks - 10PM.
  • Cherry Grove Pier 4th of July fireworks - 9:30PM
  • Murrells Inlet Marshwalk Fourth of July fireworks - 10 p.m.
  • Surfside Beach 4th of July Celebration - The Surfside Beach 4th of July Celebration
    will take place from 6 to 10 p.m. Surfside Pier, located at the intersection of Surfside
    Drive and Ocean Boulevard. The event will feature live entertainment and family fun.
  • July 4th on The MarshWalk, 4025 Hwy. 17 Business Murrell’s Inlet, 4:00 PM (as
    long as the tide cooperated). Annual Boat Parade begins from Garden City Point at
    4PM. The parade goes through the inlet, past the MarshWalk and south to Morse
    Park Landing. July 4th Fireworks Show, 10PM the sky will fill with colors of red,
    white, blue and beyond for an incredible, awe-inspiring 20 minute fireworks show.
  • 4th of July Independence Day 5k and 8k -  Now in its 5th year, the annual
    Independence Day Race includes options for a 5k or an 8k. The event begins at 7:
    30 a.m. July 4 in The Market Common starting near Valor Park.
  • Pawleys Island 51st annual Golf Cart Parade - July 4, 10AM-Noon.  321 Myrtle Ave.,
    Pawleys Island.  Patriotic floats from golf carts, convertibles or flat-bed trucks.
  • 4th of July with the Indigo Choral Society -Kaminski House Museum, 1003 Front
    Street,  Georgetown, 7:30-9:30 PM, 843-520-4750.  The program will open with a
    flag honor guard followed by the National Anthem. The concert will include
    Americana, Carolina-themed songs and a salute to our Armed Forces. So bring
    your lawn chairs, blankets and picnic baskets to celebrate with the Indigo Choral
  • Harvest Day at the Farm -  July 7, L. W. Paul Living History Farm, 2279 Harris Short
    Cut Road, Conway, 843.365.3596.  9:30-10:30am.
  • Sunday Brunch at the VFW in Little River - July 8, 9-11. VFW Post 10804, 111
    State Hwy 57 N., Little RIver just around the corner from Bell & Bell on Rte 9. The
    buffet line 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!   Second Sunday of the month.
  • The Market Common’s Movies Under the Stars - July 11. Showing “A Dog’s
    Purpose.” Valor Park @ The Market Common, 4002 Deville St., Myrtle Beach, 9:00
    PM to 11:00 PM.  843-839-3500.
  • Movies at McLean - July 13, The Lion King.  Spend Friday evening watching a
    movie under the stars.  All movies shown are G or PG rated and are subject to
    change depending upon availability.  Movies will begin 15 minutes after sunset.
    McLean Park, 99 Oak Dr S, North Myrtle Beach, For day of event weather
    information call the ‘Rec Check’ hotline at (843) 280-5594, ext. 3,
  • Movies in the Park - July 13, Riverfront Park, 7 Elm St., Conway. Starts at dusk.  
    Peter Rabbit.  Bring your blankets and chairs. Sit back, Relax, and enjoy the FREE
    show! Concessions will be available for a nominal fee.
  • The Market Common Concert On The Green: Kid Rock Tribute Band “Cowboy”.  
    July 19, Valor Park, The Market Common, 4017 Deville Street, Myrtle Beach, 7:00-
    10:00 PM.  843-839-3500. Beer, wine, soft drinks, snacks will be available. No
    coolers.  Bring lawn chairs, blankets, the kids even the fur babies.
  • Movies on the Water at Marina Park - July 20, Marina Park at Grande Dunes, 8201
    Marina Parkway, Myrtle Beach, 7:45 PM to 10:00 PM, 877-347-2633.
  • Movies on the Water at Marina Park  - July 20, 8201 Marina Parkway, Myrtle Beach,
    7:45-10:00 PM.  Movie starts at 8:20 PM Featured movie is Trolls (92 mins) Family-
    friendly event Concessions will be available for purchase at event Bring your own
    blankets and lawn chairs!
  • Sounds of Summer Concert Series - July 20. 7-9PM.  Oracle Blue Band
    (Jazz/Pop/Funk), NMB Park & Sports Complex at the Sandhills Bank Amphitheater,
    150 Citizens Circle, Little River, SC  Enjoy an evening with your family and friends
    listening to live music at the amphitheater under the stars. Each concert will feature
    a different band playing family friendly music. Bring a beach chair or blanket. For
    your convenience, snacks and drinks will be available for purchase. Tobacco
    products, coolers, outside food and beverages are not allowed.
  • New Beginnings FOOD DISTRIBUTION FOR THOSE IN NEED - July July 21st and
    every 3rd Saturday of the month.  10-1PM.  Church of the Resurrection, 8901 US
    Highway 17 Bypass South, Surfside Beach.  Contact Larry Nowak 843.215.4500 /
  • The Market Common’s Movies Under the Stars featuring Cars 3 - July 25.  Valor
    Park @ The Market Common, 4017 Deville St., Myrtle Beach, 9:00-11:00 PM.  843-
    839-3500.  Bring a blanket or lawn chair and the whole family, starts at dusk. No
  • Big Daddy Weave - July 28.  Beach Church, 557 George Bishop Pkwy., Myrtle
    Beach, 7-10:00 PM.  714-545-8900.  Big Daddy Weave is one of the top artists in
    Christian music: they are one of the genre’s biggest headlining artists, the second
    most played artist at Christian AC-Monitored radio in 2014 and the recipient of
    multiple industry awards and nominations, including: Dove Awards, K-LOVE Fan
    Awards, Billboard Music Awards and ASCAP Awards. Between 2012 and 2015, Big
    Daddy Weave has achieved five straight No. 1 singles at radio, the most recent
    being “My Story” from the 9/18/15 album, Beautiful Offerings, and the previous four
    from the band’s career best-selling album, Love Come To Life. “Redeemed” was
    certified gold by the RIAA in 2015. Big Daddy Weave has career album sales of
    more than one million units. Formed in 2002, Big Daddy Weave is: Mike Weaver,
    Jay Weaver, Jeremy Redmon, Joe Shirk and Brian Beihl. More information can be
    found online at
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postponements or cancellations before attending any event.
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