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  • WILLS PREPARED by law firm for husband and wife, or significant other PLUS
    details and web site 843-446-9782.
  • CERTIFIED NURSES AID to take care of your loved one.  Compassionate, very
    loyal, dependable with own transportation, and excellent references. 843-222-
  • GEORGETOWN COUNTY FIRST STEPS are now accepting bids to assist and
    facilitate our new 3k program. Our new program will implement and assist to train,
    hire, and supervise staff to support services to children to be successful in the
    coming years of their education. Please send bids to 2018 Church St. Georgetown,
    SC. Or call 843-520-1830 for more information.
  • SOVEREIGN GRACE REFORMED BAPTIST CHURCH invites you to join us every
    Lord’s Day for 10 am Prayer Meeting and 11AM Worship Service held in upper
    room of Lighthouse Book Store at 2104 Main Street, Conway SC.  For more
    information call Pastor Brian Pendleton at 843-241-5587 or email at  
    Nar-anon is an anonymous support group for you. Sundays, 7PM, 1147 Robert
    Grissom Pkwy., first floor of CORE Fitness; Thursdays, 7PM, 506 9th Ave N.,
    behind church in Music Center.   



  • MULTI FAMILY YARD SALES - Saturday, November 4, 8-1PM.  Something for all.  
    809 Mary Anna Ct., Myrtle Beach, 29577.  Bent Oaks Estate off Hwy. 15.
  • LARGE INDOOR GARAGE SALE - Nov. 7, 8AM-2PM.  946 Folly Rd, Myrtle Beach,
    SC 29588. 843 -293-7782. Table and 4 chairs, couch, end tables, cookware cast
    iron and more, meat grinder, Ladies 10-12 and men 38-40 clothes, nice ladies
    shoes 7-8, luggage, home decor, wall mirrors, name brand ladies wigs, power and a
    table saws, drills, luggage, golf clubs balls and carts, electrical wire, 95’ heavy duty
    extension cord 54’ rope, porta potty, wheelchair, walkers, and much more!
  • MULTIPLE FAMILY YARD SALES - Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 9, 10, &
    11.  8-2PM.  Tools, misc. items, hunting knives, and household, coca-cola
    items/collectibles and so much more. Buccaneer Street, Captain’s Cove off
    Pendergrass in Murrells Inlet.
  • MOVING SALE / NOV. 18 - Hemphill Place. 129 Ecum Secum Place.  Queen bed
    with dresser, kitchen table with 4 chairs and two leafs, office chair, set of four
    dishes in excellent condition, new large crock pot, blender, misc. kitchen items,
    comforter and sheets fits full size bed, Christmas decorations, Tools and more.  
  • MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE - Saturday, Nov. 11, 8AM. Lots of everything. DG Tires
    shop, 901 Tiffany Lane, Conway.  3.9 miles west of Hwy. 31 off Hwy. 544.  
  • MOVING SALE - Piano, $190; New Inversion table, $90; stainless steel BBQ, $75;
    Wrought iron wine rack with shelf, $60; Self-propelled lawn mower, $100; Outdoor
    patio set, glass top, $50; Weight rack, heavy duty, $25; Glass mirror, 48x26, $20;
    Cream color wicker entertainment center, $80; Schwinn jogging stroller, $60; 3 tier
    cement outdoor fountain, $85; Air compressor, 5 gallon, $60; Epson projector,
    $150 / paid $1200.  702-539-3860 or 843-839-1282.


  • Documentary Film Series at the Horry County Museum - Nov. 1, 8, 15,22, 29.  
    McCown Auditorium at the Horry County Museum, 805 Main St., Conway,  843-915-
    5320. 1-2:00 PM.  Featuring films from the Museum’s collection. November films
    include: Lions in Blue & Gray: Joshua Chamberlain & Stonewall Jackson (November
    1), Patriot Dream: The Story of the Pilgrims (November 8th), the PBS series Rebels
    & Redcoats: The Shot Heard Round the World (November 15th), Rebels &
    Redcoats: American Crisis 1776 (November 22nd), and Rebels & Redcoats: The
    War Moves South (November 29th). For more information, call 843-915-5320 or
    email To view a full list of documentaries and other
    programs, visit
  • Grand Strand Collects - Through Dec. 14. Franklin G. Burroughs - Simeon B.
    Chapin Art Museum, 3100 S. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, 843-238-2510. 10- 4:00
    PM. The exhibition is comprised of over 200 works of art borrowed from 48 private
    Grand Strand collections varying from ancient Egyptian artifacts and historical
    prints to modern and contemporary sculpture and paintings.
  • Animatronic Dinosaurs!  Through April 29, Brookgreen Gardens Lowcountry Zoo,
    1931 Brookgreen Dr., Murrells Inlet,  843-235-6000.  9:30-5:00 PM.  The exhibit
    features 17 lifelike dinosaur animatronics along an outdoor landscaped pathway.
    As guests pass by each animatronic, a sensor signals various parts—eyes, head,
    arms, tail—to move. Paleontologist Excavation Site—Along the trail, there will be a
    replica of a paleontologist campsite site that showcases how paleontologists
    uncover dinosaur specimens, and gives children the chance to uncover “fossils” on
    their own. Colorful Graphics—Signage introduces guests to each of the
    animatronics that represent the inhabitants from a time gone by, from the Late
    Jurassic Period when the Stegosaurus roamed North America 150 million years ago
    to the Late Cretaceous Period of 85-75 million years ago when the Pteranodon
    wandered the earth.  $8.00 for adults.  $4.00 for children ages 4 – 12.  Free for
    children 3 and under.  10% discount for members.  Check for
    more information.
  • Skate Safe Skateboarding Lessons - Nov. 1 & Nov. 8.  Pepper Geddings
    Recreation Center, 3205 N Oak St., Myrtle Beach, Aaron Frobase 843-918-2289. 3-
    5:00 PM.  Beginners and Intermediate Skateboarders will learn safety, techniques,
    and style from a Skateboarding Coach. All classes will meet at the Matt Hughes
    Skate Park behind Pepper Geddings.  $15 City Residents / $30 Non-City
  • Zumbini: Music and Movement Class - Nov. 1, 8, 15, 29, Dec. 6.  Pepper Geddings
    Rec & Fitness Center, 3205 N Oak St., Myrtle Beach,  Samantha Vititoe 843-918-
    2277.  4:15pm - 5:00pm.  Zumbini is a music and movement class designed for kids
    ages 0-3 and their caregivers. This class is formatted to improve motor, cognitive,
    and social skills as well as give you and your baby time to bond and have fun!
    Participants will dance, play, laugh, and sing.  $60 City Residents / $80 Non-City
    Residents.  Fees include 10 classes, a book, 2 music CDs, and a plush toy.
  • Cooking Demonstration at the L.W. Paul Living History Farm - Nov. 2 & Dec. 7.  L.
    W. Paul Living History Farm, 2279 Harris Short Cut Rd., Conway, 843-365-3596.   
    11-3:00 PM.  Experience life on the “one horse farm” in Horry County from 1900-
    1955. To view a full list of programs visit
  • Parenting Workshop at Trinity Church - Nov. 3 & 4.  Trinity Church, 3000 N. Kings
    Hwy., Myrtle Beach,  Katy Hawver 843-448-8426.  Parenting workshop with PCI
    certified parent coach, Christine Donovan.  Parents will learn simple and effective
    strategies they can use to bring more joy and peace into the home while raising
    responsible, respectful, independent adults.  $50 per couple with meals and
    childcare included.
  • Vintage Market Days of Coastal Carolinas / Holiday Marketplace - Nov. 3-5.  Myrtle
    Beach Sports Center, 2115 Farlow St., Myrtle Beach, 704-662-8559. 10-5:00 PM.  
    Indoor/outdoor market featuring art, antiques, clothing, jewelry, handmade
    treasures, home decor, outdoor furnishings, consumable yummies, seasonal
    plantings and a little more. 200+ booths & over 100 of the very best vendors in
    Vintage from across the US.
  • 2017 Palmetto Pee Dee 5K Run/Fun Walk - Nov. 4 - Pelicans Stadium Ballpark,
    1251 21st Ave N., Myrtle Beach, 7:30-3PM. Bonnie Mills 843-798-3745 or Marcey
    Westerbeck 843-995-2327. 5K Run/Fun Walk to raise money for the Juvenile
    Diabetes Research Foundation.  
  • Barefoot Resort Holiday Arts & Craft Bazaar - Nov. 4.  Barefoot Resort and Golf
    Clubhouse , 4980 Barefoot Bridge Rd., N. Myrtle Beach.  Karen Kemp  
    716.573.3282  10-3PM.  Homemade arts and crafts, holiday
    gifts, jewelry, pottery, baked goods and much more. Bid on fabulous theme baskets
    at the Silent Auction, 50/50 Cash Drawing and Drawings for Specialty Items. Santa’s
    Cafe, offering homemade soups, salads, hot dogs, cookies and beverages.
    Sponsored by The Caring Council of Barefoot Resort. Proceeds benefit Teen Angel
    of North Myrtle Beach High School.
  • Burroughs&Chapin Art Museum 13th Annual Bag Ladies Luncheon Fundraiser -
    Nov. 4.  3100 South Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach.  843-238-2510.
  • 2017 Walk to End Alzheimer’s - Nov. 4. 2 mile walk at The Market Common, 1120
    Farrow Parkway, Myrtle Beach. or call Alexis Watts 803-509-7352
  • Red, White & Blue Sculpture in the Brookgreen Gardens Collection - Nov. 4, Horry
    County Museum, 805 Main St., Conway, 1-2PM. 843-915-5320. Many of the
    sculptors in the Brookgreen Gardens collection served in the military or in military
    support jobs during wartime and its aftermath. This event is free and open to the
    public. For more information, cal 843-915-5320 or email hcgmusuem@horrycounty.
    org. To view a full list of programs, please visit our website at www.
  • Christmas Bazaar for BSMCC - Nov. 4. Surfside United Methodist Church, 800 13th
    Ave. N, Surfside Beach, 843-349-4400. 10-3:00 PM. Local Artists, Arts, Crafts,
    Vendors, Food, Games, Raffle Items and More! Fun for everyone! This event
    honors those who served this country by supporting the Wreaths Across America
    campaign through The Blue Star Mothers of Coastal Carolina (BSMCC) All
    proceeds go directly to Wreaths Across America to purchase wreaths for the
    graves at the National Cemetery in Florence, SC. The wreath ceremony is on
    December 16, at 12 noon. Visit The Blue Star Mothers of Coastal Carolina website
    for more information. http://www.
  • Carolina Forest Rotary Krispy Kreme Dash - Nov. 4, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, 101
    Rodeo Dr., Myrtle Beach, 8-11:00 AM.  Visit for more information.
  • Fetch Me If You Can Doggie Fun Run - Nov. 4. Conway Dog Park, 1806 New Rd.,
    Conway, 215-908-7792.  9-11:00 AM. This event is being put on by the Coastal
    Carolina University Recreation and Sport Management Department students.
    Starting at the Conway Doggie Fun Park and passing along the shores of Lake
    Busbee, this two mile run will be a treat for human and K-9 alike! Dogs must be on
    a leash in order for us to have the best time possible! Register https://www. For more
    information or concerns, contact us at:
  • Art in the Park - Nov. 4-5, Chapin Park, 1400 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach. 10-4PM.
    Paintings, Photography, Pottery, Glass and Much more! Free Admission.  Pet
  • Low Carb Cooking with Chef George Stella - Nov. 4.  The Cooper House, 6011 Dick
    Pond Rd., Myrtle Beach, 843-995-3199. 12-2:00 PM. Low Carb cooking demos,
    tastings and book signings. For more information on Chef Stella, please visit For more information on The Wellness Council for SC and our
    diabetes education programs, visit Miller Motte will be on
    hand doing glucose check and there will be raffle items available. All proceeds
    benefit The Wellness Council for SC to help expand our diabetes education
  • Strand 5K Fun Run/Walk - Nov. 4.  South Strand Recreation Center, 9650 Scipio
    Lane, Myrtle Beach. 9-10:30 AM. Fun run/walk to support Girls on the Run Grand
    Strand the its scholarship fund to help provide assistance to participants seeking
    financial assistance. Non-for-profit organization that provides a youth development
    program to girls in grades 3 - 8th, learning self-esteem, awareness, positive
    decision making, peer pressure, bullying etc.  Visit for more
  • Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Beach Walk and Family Fun Day - Nov. 4.
    Crown Reef Beach Resort, 2913 S. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach.  8-11:00 AM.  Open
    to the public and participation is a $25 donation per person ages 13 and up. Will
    also be having a Chili Cookoff between the top executive chefs, hair braiding & face
    painting, Magician. Day passes available to Crown Reef’s indoor waterpark for just
    a $10 per person donation. One free child per paid adult! Pre-registration is not
    required, and any interested participants can park at Crown Reef Resort and resort
    staff will direct them to the beach walk. Visit Beach
    for more info.
  • Pooch-A-Mania - Nov. 5. The Market Common Grand Park. 12-5PM.  An entire
    afternoon of interactive activities for pets. The astounding “Splash Dogs” will be on-
    site, along with an amazing agility dog course. We invite you and your pets to come
    out to Grand Park and listen to live music, eat, shop, and visit over 60+ vendors
    and sponsors. You may even adopt a new furry friend! for
    more info.
  • 22nd Annual Souper Supper 2017 - Nov. 5.  International Culinary Institute, 920
    Crabtree Ln.,Myrtle Beach. Dan 843-333-3567 or Lee 843-222-2398. 12-3PM.
    Enjoy 40 plus soups, bakery items, cool beverage and cupcake all at one price.
    Inside new International Culinary Institute at HGTC. $12,00 adult, $7.00 child (5-12
    years). Slightly cheaper on line.
  • Barrier Island Program - Nov. 9. Hobcaw Barony Discovery Center/North Inlet-
    Winyah Bay Estuarine Research Reserve, 22 Hobcaw Rd. Georgetown, 843-904-
    9016 or 843-904-9017. 1-4:30 PM. A presentation on the formation and ecology of
    barrier islands at the Hobcaw Barony Discovery Center. After, we will travel to
    Debidue Beach to explore a real barrier island and conduct some hands-on field
    activities. Cost: $10/person; Limited to 20 participants; please call to register
  • Dickens Christmas show and festival - Nov. 9-12.  Myrtle Beach Convention Center,
    2101 North Oak St., Myrtle Beach,-843-448-9483.  9-4:30. Featuring 350 period-
    clad vendors everything from fine arts, crafts, imported gifts, toys, gourmet foods,
    clothing and much, much more. Nov. 9-11,  9-6PM;  Nov.12 Noon-6PM.  Adults
    $9.50; Children 2-12, $4.50; Under 2 free.
  • Kayak Picnic Trip - Through Nov. 9.  Jackson Bluff Landing, 1307 Jackson Circle,
    Conway, 843-915-8522. 11:00-2:00 PM. Kayak along the beautiful Waccamaw
    River and enjoy a provided lunch picnic on an exclusive sandbar. This three hour
    trip is suitable for all kayaking skill levels. All equipment and food is provided. Single
    and Tandem Kayaks Available Ages: 14 and Up Space is Limited!  Call or Register
    Online in Advance at:(843) 915-8522 or  $40  person.
  • The Market Common Military History Tour - Nov. 9 Trolley Tour begins in front of
    Grand 14 Cinema & Reception is at Tupelo Honey Cafe  4017 Deville St., Myrtle
    Beach, 843-839-3500. 3-5 PM.  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. Followed by a one-hour catered reception at
    Tupelo Honey Café to meet a historical figure who was part of the base’s history.
    The tour includes stops at Warbird Park and at the Base Recreation Center where
    a small military museum is housed. Tickets are $20 which includes the trolley tour
    and reception. Buy tickets at:
    military-history-tour-tickets-39086761556 . Meet in front of the Grand 14 where the
    trolley will board and depart for the tour at 3 PM. After the one-hour trolley tour, the
    trolley will drop-off at Tupelo Honey Cafe at 4 PM for the one-hour catered
  • Veterans Day Service - Nov. 11.  Veterans Memorial, Surfside Beach.  2-3:00 PM.
  • 2017 Conway Snowball Drop & Holiday Open House - Nov. 11.   At 10AM
    approximately 1500 ping-pong balls with store names and prize numbers written on
    them will be fired high into the air from a “snowball cannon”. After catching the
    snowballs, participants visit the various shops to claim their coupon, special offer or
  • Mythical & Medieval Fest - Nov. 11-12.  RH Acres, 3809 Socastee Blvd, Myrtle
    Beach. 843-213-2688.  11-6PM. Turn back the time for charity. This Renaissance
    festival is a family must event. Once you enter our magic kingdom kids can frolic
    with fairies, adults can sit on a hay bale and listen to roaming minstrels or try their
    hand at ax throwing. Stay all day and watch our fire show finale.
    for more information and ticket information.  $3-$7 price.
  • 8th Annual Model Train Show - Nov.  11-13. Inlet Square Mall, 12125 Hwy. 17
    Bypass, Murrells Inlet, (843) 340-8787.  Sat. 10-5:00 PM / Sunday 10-4.  Over
    5,000 sq ft of operating train displays from Z, N , HO, O, and G scale. Vendors will
    be selling all types of trains and memorabilia. Kids train toys and t-shirts etc... Door
    prizes, clinics and more.
  • Art in the Park Market Commons - Nov. 11-12.  Valor Park Market Commons, 1120
    Farrow Pkwy Market Common. 843-446-3830.  Paintings, Photography, Pottery,
    Glass and Much more! Free Admission, pet friendly.
  • 14th Annual Murrells Inlet 2020 Oyster Roast - Nov. 18.  Wicked Tuna Restaurant,
    4123 Hwy 17 Bus., Murrells Inlet, (843) 357-2007. 11:30-3:00 PM.  Enjoy all-you-
    can-eat oysters, an official event koozie and live entertainment,  and a variety of
    other foods to choose from as well as a large selection of libations! Tickets $35.
  • St. Andrew Church Holiday Bazaar - Nov. 18, 2017. 507 37th Ave. N., Myrtle
    Beach.  908-938-1433. 9-3PM.  Handmade crafts, Homemade Bake Goods,
    Luncheon Cafe, Door Prizes with donated items from our vendors, silent auction,
    lots of vendors and some of the proceeds will be donated to a community charity.
  • Syrup Day Celebration 2017 - Nov. 18.  L. W. Paul Living History Farm, 2279 Harris
    Short Cut Rd., Conway, 843) 365-3596.  9-4:00PM.  The day will be filled with
    music, syrup making, corn grinding, blacksmithing, butter making and cooking on
    an old fashioned wood stove. Fun for the whole family!
  • Lighting of the Landing at Barefoot - Nov. 18.  Barefoot Landing, 4898 Hwy 17 S.,
    N. Myrtle Beach.  6-8 PM.  Enjoy live entertainment and a visit from the big elf
    himself! Once the tree is lit, the sky will ight up with fireworks beginning at 7pm!
  • The Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony / Market Common - Nov. 18.  6-8PM. There
    will be a trackless train for the children on Deville Street and a balloon artist, face
    painter, carnival games and inflatables on Reed Ave. Holiday music in front of
    Grand 14  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
  • Active Adult Series: Horry County in WWII - Nov. 21.  McCown Auditorium at the
    Horry County Museum, 805 Main St., Conway,  843-915-5320.  1-2PM.  Learn
    about Horry County’s involvement in the Second World War, including the Myrtle
    Beach Air Force Base Bombing Range, and POW Camp. The Active Adult Series is
    held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month and is perfect for new residents to the
    area, or lifetime locals who want to learn more about the place that they call home.
    The program will be held at the Horry County Museum, located at 805 Main Street,
    Conway, SC 29572. This series is free and open to the public. To view a full list of
    programs and events, please visit our website at
  • Myrtle Beach Turkey Trot at Market Common - Nov. 23. The Myrtle Beach Turkey
    Trot starts and finishes at Valor Park at The Market Common.  All Monies stay in
    the Myrtle Beach area with local vendors.  Visit for info.
  • Surfside Beach Turkey Trot - Nov. 23. Surfside Drive, Surfside Beach, 843-267-
    7443.  7:00 AM. The Grand Strand’s premiere Turkey Trot starts and finishes at the
    Surfside Pier in Surfside Beach.  Visit for more information /
  • 48th Annual SC Bluegrass Festival - Nov. 23-25.  Myrtle Beach Convention Center. for more information.
  • The Great Christmas Light Show - Nov. 24 - Dec. 31. North Myrtle Beach Park &
    Sports Complex, 150 Citizens Circle. N. Myrtle Beach, 843-280-5570.  7-9:30 PM.  
    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.
    Visit Santa’s Village, enjoy hot chocolate and s’mores, get an up close look at the
    lights on the Santa Express Train Ride, stroll through the lighted walking trail,
    experience the Go Ape lighted tree top adventure, go tubing down Santa’s new 40
    inflatable slide and meet Santa! Closed Christmas Day. Santa’s Village open Friday
    and Saturday only through December 9. 1-15 guests: $15 per vehicle; 16-30
    guests: $30 per vehicle; 31+ guests: $60 per vehicle.  Call 843-280-5570 to
    schedule buses) Petting Zoo Ice Skating, a festive activity for all. Skate $5 for 30
  • Conway Celebration of Lights - Nov. 24-Dec. 31.  Light show approximately one
    mile long featuring 1000’s of lights and unique displays. Marina Drive and Elm
    Street.  Enter by 3rd Ave and follow signs.  843-488-1950.  $5  1 to 7 guests; $10
    for 8-14 guests; $15 15-24 guests; $25 for groups of 25 or more guests. Thursday
    5:30-9PM; Friday and Saturday 5:30-10; Sunday 5:30-9:00.  Christmas Eve from 5:
    30-8:30 / closed Christmas.
  • 33rd Intracoastal Christmas Regatta - Yachts for Tots - Nov. 25.  Starts Little River
    Waterfront 5pm.  Each year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving,a 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.
    Enter your boat call Susie Watson for entry information 843-249-8888.  Bring a new
    toy and drop it off at a collection point at any marina in Little River or North Myrtle
    Beach. Help make their dreams come true with your donations of new, unwrapped
    toys and/or monetary offerings...make sure there is not a single child without a
    present to open on Christmas morning.  Visit for more
  • Fireworks Extravaganza - Nov. 25.  Broadway at the Beach, Myrtle Beach.  10PM.
  • A Merry MarshWalk Christmas - Nov. 25 - Murrells Inlet MarshWalk.  843-299-
    1221.  11-5:00 PM.  Lighted arches will line the MarshWalk for the holiday season.
    The Saturday after Thanksgiving, guests can enjoy a unique shopping experience
    with local business and artists lining the MarshWalk.
  • Topics Trivia - Nov. 28. Chapin Memorial Library, Myrtle Beach, 843-918-1295.  4-
    6PM. A game that lets you show what you know, in teams of one to six players.  
    Laura 843-918-1295.
  • Brookgreen Gardens Nights of a Thousand Candles - Nov. 30-Dec. 17.  
    Brookgreen Gardens, 1931 Brookgreen Dr., Murrells Inlet, 843-235-6000.  3-6PM.  
    5500 hand-lit candles and countless sparkling lights from 3 - 10 p.m. 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. The gardens are only open from
    3-10 p.m., zoo is closed during this event. Go online or call 888-718-4253 to order
    tickets. All guests must have a ticket to attend the festival. Group reservations for
    15 or more call (843) 235-6021.


  • ANNUAL ATALAYA HOLIDAY CELEBRATION - Saturday, December 2 from 11 AM
    to 4 PM at Huntington Beach State Park on US 17 between Murrells Inlet and
    Litchfield Beach.  Admission - $3 plus Park Admission.  The event includes Holiday
    decorated rooms, vendors/crafts, baked good, and musical entertainment.  Lunch
    catered by Pop Pop's Pit BBQ.  Sponsored by The Friends of Huntington Beach
    State Park.
  • 3rd Annual A Very Broadway Christmas - Dec. 2.  Broadway at the Beach, 1325
    Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach.  3-10PM. Featuring a parade, center court activities,
    a tree lighting ceremony and more!
  • 3rd Annual Sarvis House Christmas Event - Dec. 2.  Sarvis House, 4210 Peachtree
    Rd., Myrtle Beach, (843) 231-6072.  10-4PM. Free photo with Santa and Mrs.
    Claus, The Grinch and Cindy Lou Who, Free Children’s Activities, Entertainment,
    Live Music and vendors.
  • Christmas on the Farm - Dec. 2.  L. W. Paul Living History Farm, 2279 Harris Short
    Cut Rd., Conway, 9-4:00 PM.  Experience Christmas on the Farm as it would have
    been from 1900-1955. 843-365-3596.  For a full list of programs and events at the
    Horry County Museum and L. W. Paul Living History Farm, visit our website at www.
  • City of Conway Arbor Day Celebration - Dec. 2, 3:30.  Tree Planting Ceremony,
    Collins Park, 1001 16th Ave., Conway. 3:30 PM.
  • Christmas Cantata - Dec. 2-3.  Ocean Drive Presbyterian Church , 6th Ave. S. &
    Hillside Drive, North Myrtle Beach, 843-281-2662 .  11-8:00 PM.  Church choirs
    from the North Myrtle Beach area join to create a musical program you will not soon
    forget. Tickets are required for admission and are available at the North Myrtle
    Beach Chamber of Commerce. Open to all ages. Dec. 2nd – 3:30 PM / Dec. 3rd – 3:
    30 PM & 6:30 PM Free – Tickets Required ; Tickets available at the NMB Chamber
    of Commerce (843) 281-2662.
  • North Myrtle Beach Christmas Parade - Dec. 2. Main Street, North Myrtle Beach.  5:
    30-7:00 PM.  Contact the North Myrtle Beach Chamber at 843-281-2662 for more
    information or to enter a group into the parade. Check in for the parade is on the
    corner of Hillside Drive and 2nd Ave. North. The Parade line-up begins as early as
    3:00 pm and Parade participants MUST be in line and ready by 5:00 pm.
  • North Myrtle Beach Christmas Tree Lighting - Dec. 5.  NMB Park & Sports Complex
    at the Sandhills Bank Amphitheater, 150 Citizens Circle, North Myrtle Beach, (843)
    280-5570.  5:30 PM. Join Santa and his friends, a great start to your holiday
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A National total boycott of the NFL is planned for Sunday, November 12th, Veterans
Day Weekend.  
Boycott all professional football telecasts. All fans, all ticket holders, stay
away from attending any games; let the NFL play to empty stadiums and low ratings.

Pass this post along to all your friends and family. Honor our military.

We all have the right to protest — but during the National Anthem is NOT the place or venue!
They show an utter lack of patriotism and total disrespect for our Veterans (living, dead, and
MIA) and everything for which they put their lives on the line!!!