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  • The City of Myrtle Beach is having Line Dancing with Sonia on Thursdays, 10AM-
    12noon at the Robert H. Reed Center, 800 Gabreski Lane, Myrtle Beach.
    Intermediate for the dancer looking to update their dancing skills. Beginners looking
    for a new hobby.  Grand Strand Center, 1268 21st Street,  Myrtle Beach. Lite
    intermediate Monday & Wednesdays, 12:30; Beginners Mondays & Wednesdays 1:
    30. Call Sonia for information 843-945-1061
  • 26th Annual Pauwau Waccamaw Indian People Culture Arts Festival - Nov. 3-4, 11
    AM, 591 Bluewater Rd, Aynor.  Adults $7.00 7-14; 65 and over $4.00; 6 and under:
  • 2nd Annual Carolina Forest Rotary Krispy Kreme Dash - Nov. 3, 8AM.  Krispy
    Kreme Doughnuts, 101 Rodeo Drive Myrtle Beach.  For more info.
  • Art In The Park at Valor Park - November 3-4, 10-4 PM.  2018.  Valor Park at
    Market Common, 1120 Farrow Parkway, Myrtle Beach, 843-446-3830. Painting,
    sculpture, Woodworking, photography, jewelry, fabric, glass, metal, pottery, stone
    and mixed media works and more.
  • Grand Strand Comic Con - Nov. 3-4. Tickets on sale now.  Over 50,000 ft. of
    vendors, artists, cosplayers, video games, gaming tournament, food trucks and
    more. For more informaton:
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  • Barefoot Resort Holiday Arts & Crafts Bazaar - November 3, 10-3 PM. Barefoot
    Resort and Golf Clubhouse, 4980 Barefoot Bridge Road, North Myrtle Beach, 716-
    573-3282.  Homemade arts and crafts, holiday gifts, jewelry, pottery, baked goods
    and much more. Silent auction featuring fabulous themed gift baskets. 50/50 cash
    drawing and drawings for specialty items. Soups, salads, hot dogs, cookies and
    beverages available. Sponsored by the Caring Council of Barefoot Resort.
    Proceeds benefit TEEN ANGELS of North Myrtle Beach High School.
  • Brew At The Zoo - Nov. 3, 5:30-8:30 PM. Brookgreen Gardens, 1931 Brookgreen
    Drive, Murrells Inlet, 843-235-6000.  Featuring over 30 regional and national
    selections and offers a rare opportunity after-hours to see Brookgreen’s
    Lowcountry Zoo. Visit for more info.
  • Inaugural Myrtle Mile - Nov. 3, 6-9 PM. Ocean Boulevard from 24th Avenue North to
    9th Avenue North. for more info.
  • Island Fever Music Fest - Nov.3, 12-5 PM. La Belle Amie Vineyard, 1120 Saint
    Joseph Road, Little River, 843-399-9463.  Visit for more info.
  • MoveIt! Walk - Nov. 3, 8:30-noon.  Grand Park at Market Common, Farrow
    Parkway, Myrtle Beach, 866-903-7275.  Parkinson Association of the Carolinas’
    Awareness and Fundraising Walk for the Parkinson disease community of Myrtle
    Beach, North Myrtle Beach, Conway and surrounding areas.  Visit www.moveitwalk. for more info.
  • 9th Annual Farm To Table Dinner - Nov. 4, 5 PM.  Thompson Farm and Nursery,
    1625 Bucksville Dr, Conway, 843-626-9668. Featuring the top chefs along the
    Grand Strand.  Tickets can be purchased by contacting the Myrtle Beach Area
    Hospitality Association, 843 626-9668 or .
  • Pasta Night at the VFW Little River - Nov. 5, 6-8 PM.  VFW Post 10804,  111 State
    Hwy 57 N., Little River.  $8.00 plate.
  • Veteran’s Day Services - Nov. 9, 9AM.  Belin Cemetery. Please join VFW Post
    10420 in placing wreaths on graves of our Veterans.  Call 843-651-6900 for more
  • Veteran’s Outdoor Ceremony - Nov. 11, 12 noon (weather permitting). VFW Post
    10420, 4359 Hwy 17 Bypass, Murrells Inlet. Let us all honor those who have served
    our country.  Call 843-651-6900 for more information. Public is welcome.  
  • Dicken’s Christmas Show and Festivals - Nov- 8-11, 9-8PM. Myrtle Beach
    Convention Center, 2101 North Oak St., Myrtle Beach.
  • Conway Downtown Alive Snowball Drop - Nov. 10, 10AM.  843-248-6260.
  • 9th Annual Model Train Show & Sale - Nov. 10-11.   Inlet Square Mall, 12125 Hwy.
    17 Bypass, Murrells Inlet, 843-297-7162.Vendors, Operating Layouts in Z, N, HO, O
    & G scales.. Clinics, Door Prizes. Food & Drinks on site. Event times are as follows:
    Saturday, 11/10 from 10am - 5pm and Sunday, 11/11 from 10am - 4pm.
  • Art In The Park at Chapin Park - Nov. 10-11, 10-4 PM.  Chapin Park, 1400 North
    Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach, 843-446-3830.
  • Atalaya Sleepover - Nov. 10-11.  Huntington Beach State Park, 16148 Ocean
    Highway, Murrells Inlet, 843-235-8755.
  • Mythical & Medieval Fest - Nov. 10-11, 11-6 PM. RH Acres, 3833 Socastee Blvd.
    Myrtle Beach, 843-360-9052.  Help raise money for a local charity so pull up a hay
    bale and listen to wandering minstrels strum and sing. There are plenty of activities
    at our village for all alike. Axe throwing, blacksmith demonstrations, a fire show
    finale, belly dancers, pirates, and mounted archery on horseback are just to name
    a few of them. Get into the spirit and dress up like your favorite whimsical character.
  • Oldies Saturday Bonfire - Nov. 10, 12-5 PM.  La Belle Amie Vineyard, 1120 Saint
    Joseph Road, Little River, 843-399-9463.  Visit for more info.
  • Kaminski House Meseum presents Sweetgrass Basket Making - Nov. 10, 11-2
    recurring monthly on the 2nd Saturday until January 12.  Kaminski House Museum,
    1003 Front Street, Georgetown, 843-251-5670.  
  • Annual Ball - Nov. 11, 5-9 PM.  Sea Trail Convention Center, 75A Clubhouse Road,
    Sunset Beach, NC  703-795-0650. Our Veterans Day Gala Ball. Cocktail hour,
    dinner and dancing to the Starduster Big Band.  Visit ballroomdancepreservation.
    com for more info.
  • Community CPR Training - Nov. 11, 2-3PM.  EXIT Coastal Real Estate Pros, 550
    Forestbrook Road, Myrtle Beach, 843-796-1358.  Learn basic CRP skills.
  • Kaminski House Museum presents Holiday Gospel Brunch! - Nov. 11, 12-3PM.  
    Kaminski House Museum, 1003 Front Street, Georgetown, 843-520-4750.  Part of
    the Designer’s Showcase: Dressed for the Season! A brunch featuring the Atlantic
    House’s Shrimp & Grits, Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s with a performance from
    Georgetown’s AME Gospel Choir will be presented at the event. Tickets for the
    event are $45.00 and will include a showing of the Kaminski House Museum
    dressed in holiday splendor!  Visit  for more information.
  • Surfside Beach Veteran’s Day Service - Nov. 11, 2-2:30.  Veteran’s Memorial,
    Passive Park, Surfside Drive and North Willow Drive, Surfside Beach, 843-650-
    9548.  A memorial service to honor all veterans: past, present, and future, at the
    Veterans Memorial. For more details visit
  • Fr. Anthony Montesinos Columbiettes Auxiliary #5086 3rd Annual Holiday Craft Fair
    and Bake Sale - Nov. 17th, 9-3PM.  St. Andrew Community Life Center, 507 37th
    Avenue North, Myrtle Beach.  Free Admission, door prizes, cafe, over 40 vendors.
    For more info. 908-938-1433.
  • Dashing Through The Glow 5K / 1Mile - Nov. 16, 7 PM.  North Myrtle Beach Park
    and Sports Complex, 150 Citizens Circle, Little River.  Kick off  of The Great
    Christmas Light Show and be one of the first to see the lights during this one mile
    walk/run and 5K. Wear your best Holiday themed outfit. Prizes will be given for best
    dressed individual and best dressed family. At the end of the race, all participants
    and their families are invited to continue the Holiday celebration in Santa’s Village.
    Visit with Santa, drink hot chocolate, ride on the magical Santa Express train, ice
    skate on the artificial ice rink or be one of the first to slide down the 40’ toboggan
    slide (additional charges apply for activities in the Christmas Village). All
    participants and spectators must be in the Park by 6:45pm on the night of the race.
    Due to roads closing for the race, no entry will be allowed into the Park after 6:
    45pm. Open to all ages.
  • Fr. Anthony Montesinos Columbiettes Auxillary #5086 3rd Annual Holiday Craft
    Show - Nov. 17, 9-3PM.  St. Andrew Community Life Center, 507 37th Ave. North,
    Myrtle Beach, 908-938-1433. Handmade crafts by over 45 vendors, homemade
    baked goods, luncheon cafe, door prizes, silent auction. Portion of proceeds
    donated to local charity.
  • Annual Tree Lighting at Market Common - Nov. 17, 6-8 PM.  The Grand 14 Plaza at
    Market Common, 4002 Deville St., Myrtle Beach. Complimentary Carriage Rides
    from 6 PM – 9 PM,  trackless train for the children on Deville Street as well as a
    balloon artist, carnival games and inflatables on Reed Street. The stage events in
    front of the Grand 14, will offer an array of holiday music by the Carolina Master
    Chorale and Vocal Edition, followed by Santa! He will use his magic to light the tree
    and then be in his sleigh in front of The Grand 14 and available for pictures and to
    visit with the children. Bring your chair to sit and listen to music while the kids play
    and visit with Santa!
  • Lighting of the Landing - Nov. 17, 6PM.  Barefoot Landing, 4898 Hwy. 17 South,
    North Myrtle Beach, 843-272-8349.  Christmas show starting at 6 pm with the tree
    lighting and fireworks at 7 pm.
  • Murrells Inlet 2020 Oyster Roast - Nov.17, 11:30-3 PM.  The Wicked Tuna, 4123 U.
    S. 17 Business, Murrells Inlet, 843-651-9987.    Featuring all-you-can-eat oysters,
    live entertainment, libations and a spectacular view Tickets $36 visit
    for more information.
  • MarshWalk Wonderland of Lights - Nov. 17-31.  Thousands of twinkling lights,
    holiday music synced with our light displays. This new enchanting holiday
    illumination, is an event you don’t want to miss.
  • 10th Annual Surfside Rotary Turkey Trot - Nov. 22, 8:30-10:30 AM.  Surfside Pier,
    Surfside Drive and Ocean Boulevard, 843-267-7443.  Surfside Rotary Turkey Trot
    is one of the area’s largest races with over 1200 runners. The race benefits the
    Surfside Rotary Club. Start the day off right with a 10K, 5K or 1 mile race.  For more
    information visit
  • Myrtle Beach Turkey Trot - Nov. 22, 8-10:30.  Valor Park at The Market Common,
    1150 Farrow Parkway, Myrtle Beach, 843-267-7443.  For more information visit  Start your Thanksgiving Day off right with an 8K, 5K or 1 mile
  • 49th Annual South Carolina State Bluegrass Festival - Nov. 22-24, 12-10:30PM.  
    Myrtle Beach Convention Center, 2101 North Oak Street, Myrtle Beach, SC
  • The Great Christmas Light Show - Nov. 23-Dec. 30, 5:30-9:30 PM. North Myrtle
    Beach Park & Sports Complex, 150 Citizens Circle, Little River. The Great
    Christmas Light Show is a park-wide lighted celebration that is sure to capture the
    true spirit of the season! The drive through light show will feature over 2 million
    lights festively displayed along a 1.5 mile drive throughout the North Myrtle Beach
    Park & Sports Complex. Over 500 magical light displays, some up to 55 feet tall,
    have been custom made for The Great Christmas Light Show. Visitors will
    experience 20 enchanting animated figures and holiday scenes where the lights will
    come to life. The drive through light show is open nightly November 23 – December
    30 (closed Christmas Day). After the journey through the light show, we invite
    everyone to park their car and visit Santa’s Village where they can enjoy hot
    chocolate and s’mores, get an up close look at the lights on the Santa Express
    Train Ride, go tubing down Santa’s new 40? inflatable slide and, of course, meet
    Santa! Santa’s Village is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday only from November
    23-December 9. Opens nightly December 14-30 (closed Christmas Day). The
    Great Christmas Light Show – Drive Through Experience will be open November 23
    – December 30 (Closed on Christmas Day December 25) Gates open 5:30 pm – 9:
    30 pm
  • 11th Annual Golf Tournament Tee-Off Fore Veterans - Nov. 24, 9:30-4:30PM.  
    Diamond Back at Woodland Valley Country Club, 615 Log Cabin Road, Loris, 843-
    399-2939.  A Great Day of Golf for our Veterans. 18 holes of golf, dinner included,
    $1,000.00 hole in one, 3 closest to the pin, team low scores, Great Prizes, and a
    50/50. For more information call Kathy Maupin 843-399-2939 or Bob W. 910-393-
    9795 Registration Deadline: Nov. 19, 2018.
  • 34th Annual Intracoastal Christmas Regatta - Nov. 24.  Each year on the Saturday
    after Thanksgiving, the curtain rises on this spectacular maritime parade at the
    Little River Inlet at 5 PM and travels south, arriving at Dock Holidays Marina at 7PM.
    Gather your family and watch the parade as it passes various viewing areas along
    the waterway from Little River to Dock Holidays Marina.
  • Fireworks Extravaganza at Broadway at the Beach - Nov. 24, 8 PM.  Broadway at
    the Beach, 1325 Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach.
  • Conway Celebration of Lights - Nov. 24-31; Nov. 30-Dec. 3; Dec. 7-10; Dec. 14-23;
    Dec. 24 light show only; Dec. 28-31. Fri-Sat. 5:30-10, all other nights 5:30-9:00;
    Christmas Eve 5:30-8:30.
  • Holiday Spirits Bonfire - Nov. 24, 12-5 PM.  La Belle Amie Vineyard, 1120 Saint
    Joseph Road, Little River, 843-399-9463. Visit  Visit for more info.
  • Home Buyers Workshop - Nov. 24, 1-2:30 PM recurring monthly on the last
    Saturday until February 23, 2019.  Socastee Library, Connector Road, 141 SC-
    707, Myrtle Beach, 843-796-1358.  Looking to Buy a Home in the future. Learn
    what you need to know about buying your next home. Ask questions to the experts
    from a Mortgage Lender, Real Estate Attorney and Realtors in this FREE
    Community Workshop.
  • Kaminski House Museum presents “Lighting the Lawn” Party! - Nov. 29, 5:30-7:30.  
    Kaminski House Museum, 1003 Front Street, Georgetown, 843-520-4750. What a
    fabulous way to usher in the start of the holiday season with friends and family.
  • Surfside Beach Christmas Tree Lighting - Nov. 29. 7-8 PM.  Town Hall, 115 US 17
    Bus., Surfside Beach, 843-650-9548.  Music, refreshments, and a visit from a man
    in a red suit. For more information, visit

  • A Very Broadway Christmas - Dec. 1, 11 AM. Broadway at the Beach, 1325
    Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach. Get in the holiday spirit with a day long celebration
    featuring a holiday parade at 11am, entertainment and kids’ activities from 1pm to
    4pm, our annual tree lighting celebration ceremony at 6pm with the lighting to follow
    and a fireworks extravaganza at 8pm.
  • North Myrtle Beach Christmas Parade - Dec. 1, 5:30-7 PM. Main Street.  The
    Annual Christmas Parade brings holiday joy and cheer to residents and vacationers
    in North Myrtle beach. Floats, lights and marching bands make their way down Main
    Street to Ocean Boulevard. Contact the North Myrtle Beach Chamber at 843-281-
    2662 for more information or to enter a group into the parade.
  • Santa On The Beach - December 1-2, 10-2 PM.  Myrtle Beach State Park Fishing
    Pier, 4401 S. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach, 843-238-0874.  Enjoy some holiday fun at
    Myrtle Beach State Park. Bring your camera for a one of a kind family photo. Santa  
    loves pets, so feel free to bring your pet on a leash.  Activities will include holiday
    beach games, races, roasting your own marshmallow over a fire, crafts, marine
    inspired carnival games, and more! Enjoy grilled hot dogs and homemade baked
    goods. Escape the holiday stress and spend the day in the great outdoors!
  • Winter Arts & Craft Show - Dec. 1-2.  DoubleTree Resort, 3200 S. Ocean Blvd.,
    Myrtle Beach, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.  843-315-7193.  More than 150 vendors
    offering a variety of handmade crafts, wood crafts, stained glass items, handmade
    candles, quilts, dolls, unique jewelry, homemade foods and much more.
  • Lighting of the Menorah - Dec. 2-9, 5:30-6PM.  Valor Park, The Market Common,
    4017 Deville Street, Myrtle Beach, 843-839-3500.  Rabbi David Weissman, Rabbi
    of Temple Shalom Of Myrtle Beach, will hold the service the first night.
  • Murrells Inlet Christmas Parade - Dec. 2, 3 PM.  The parade starts at Highway 17
    Business at Sunnyside Avenue, heading south to Wachesaw Road along Hwy. 17
    Business and returning west on Wachesaw Road. Complimentary Santa photos.
  • North Myrtle Beach Christmas Tree Lighting - Dec. 4, 6 PM. McLean Park, 93 Oak
    Drive, North Myrtle Beach. Join Santa and his friends for family fun activities,
    entertainment and refreshments. A great start to your holiday season!
  • Nights of a Thousand Candles - Dec. 6-22, 3-10PM.  Brookgreen Gardens, 1931
    Brookgreen Drive Murrells Inlet, 843-235-6000. See Brookgreen Gardens come to
    life amid the soft glow of more than 4,500 hand-lit candles and countless sparkling
    lights. Walk the paths with a warm cup of cider, hear the sounds of holiday music,
    carolers singing, and celebrate the season with family and friends! Check website
    for more information:
  • Christmas and All That Jazz IV - December 7, Trinity Church, Myrtle Beach7:30 PM
    to 9:30 PM.  Dec. 8, Trinity United Methodish Church, N. Myrtle Beach, 4PM; Dec.
    9, Trinity Church, Myrtle Beach, 4 PM. .  Holiday tradition performing a wide and
    entertaining variety of familiar and lesser-known carols in stunning jazz
    arrangements, featuring trumpet virtuoso James “Bull” Canty with the Long Bay
    Symphony Jazz Combo. Sing-along carols are also a CMC tradition!  visit for more information and prices.
  • An Afternoon of Holiday Tunes - Dec. 8, 12-5PM. La Belle Amie Vineyard, 1120
    Saint Joseph Road, Little River, 843.  399-9463.  Visit for more
  • Craft Fair to raise food for the Low Country Food Bank in Myrtle Beach - Dec. 8, 10-
    3 PM.  Ocean’s One Resort, 102 South Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, 843-286-2580 /
    802-578-1486.  5th annual holiday craft show to help raise food for the Myrtle
    Beach branch of The Low Country Food Bank. Admission is with donations of non
    perishable food from visitors as well as vendors.. There will be a variety of vendors
    with all types of holiday fare. There will be a much bigger benefit craft show on
    Sunday, February 10th, at the Robert Reed Recreation center, to raise food for the
    food bank as well. Information will be posted in February.
  • Surfside Beach Annual Christmas Parade - Dec. 8, 2-3:30 PM.  Ocean Blvd.,
    Surfside Beach, 843-650-9548. Over 100 entries including floats and marching
    bands. The route is Ocean Boulevard from Melody Lane to Surfside Drive to Poplar
    Drive. Contact Debbie Ellis for parade registration information.www.surfsidebeach.
    org for more details.
  • The Conway Christmas Parade - Dec. 8, 10AM. Visit for
    more information.
  • St. Nicholas Orthodox Church is having their Annual Cookie Sale - Saturday,
    December 15, 2018 11:00 am until 3:00 pm.  Cookies are sold by the pound.  You
    get to pick out what fits your fancy.  St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, 404 N. Maple St,
    Myrtle Beach, for directions please call 843 283 2402.
  • Recurring weekly on Tuesday, Thursday until December 20, 6-8 PM.  Grand 14
    Cinema, The Market Common, 4002 Deville St., Myrtle Beach, 843-839-3500.  
    Take your children’s or pets’ photos with Santa in his sleigh beside The Market
    Common Christmas tree in front of the Grand 14 Cinema. He will be there 6 to 8 PM
    each week on Tuesday and Thursday from December 4th to December 20th (for
    free). Hundreds of children line up each year at The Market Common tree lighting
    to be photographed with this Saint Nick.
  • Holiday Bazaar at The Market Common - Recurring weekly on Saturday until
    December 15, 12-4 PM. Howard Avenue at The Market Common, 4017 Deville
    Street, Myrtle Beach, 843-839-3500. Enjoy a festive holiday market with seasonal
    craft vendors, live greens, and homemade food along the esplanade in the middle
    of Howard Avenue at The Market Common. The Holiday Bazaar will be held from 12
    PM to 4 PM every Saturday, November 3rd through December 15th. Come out and
    support local business at the Annual Holiday Bazaar at The Market Common.
  • Stardusters Big Band Presents "Jazzy Christmas" Concert - December 16, 6:30 pm
    - 7:40 pm.  Grand Strand Community Church, 3820 Holmestown Road, Myrtle
    Beach, SC 29588.  Concert is free. A love offering will be taken at the end of the
    concert!  For more information call the church office at 843-650-3878.
For sale by owner merchandise,
located in Horry / Georgetown county,
priced at $100 or more, and a
phone number for contact.

Mail picture to


Saturday, November 3rd, 8:00 -1:
00 p.m. at Coopers Hawk Ct
(Ternhall Plantation) Myrtle
Beach 29588.


479 Burcale Road, Sat.  Nov
10th 8-2pm. Vendors call Ethel
843-742-5970 or email diane_ to reserve

- November 10.  
Worthington Estates  GPS: 342
Worthington Circle (and 345).   
7am-12 noon.  Many items for
sale.  Purging to make room for
Christmas.  Bring your CASH to
purchase YOUR Christmas
presents!  Selling a 10 pound
box of Legos for $50.  Probably
worth $500.  10 boxes available!  
$500 gets you all 10 boxes!  
Special pieces for slightly more.  
If they don’t sell, they are going
on Craigslist and/or e-bay, to
raise money for Son’s
Christmas!  Also a beautiful 2009
V6 Red Cadillac CTS with Cream
Leather and 178K+ miles.
Averages 21 mpg in town – Non-
smoking. $6900. Household
items, etc.

YARD SALE - Saturday,
November 17th from 8am to
12pm. 594 Ridge Drive off of
Palmetto Point.  Many household
items including furniture- couch,
chair, bedding,etc. Also blankets,
tables, glassware & more. Stop
on by!

St. Nicholas Orthodox Church
is having their
Annual Cookie Sale

Saturday, December 15, 2018
11:00 am until 3:00 pm
404 N. Maple St,
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Cookies are sold by the pound.  
You get to
pick out what fits your fancy.

For directions
please call 843 283 2402
FREE for non-profit organizations, churches,
animal adoptions, etc., in Horry and
Georgetown counties.
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