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  • Pasta Night at the VFW, Little River - Oct. 1, 6:00pm - 8:00pm. VFW Post 10804,
    111 State Hwy 57 N, Little River.  Dinner only $8.00.  No gratuitees are requested
    but you can always donate the the VFW National Home for Children if you wish.  
    Call 843-399-0877 to make your reservation.
  • Honoring our Heros / first annual Armed Forces Appreciations dinner - Oct 3, 6:30-
    8PM. Active duty, reserves, retired military personal invited. Mt. Leon Baptist
    Church fellowship hall, 9801 Hwy. 905 S., Longs.  843-421-9068.  
  • 19th Annual Pawleys Island Wine & Food Gala - Oct. 4, 7PM.  The Reserve Golf
    Club of Pawleys Island, 18 Reserve Drive, 843-626-8911.  Sample over 100 wines
    from around the world and enjoy delicious hors D’oeuvres prepared by 8 of the
    area’s best chefs. Enjoy a three hour dessert tasting, silent auction full of wonderful
    trips and a complimentary wine glass. Wines will be available for purchase at prices
    well below retail during this special event. Casual cocktail attire. Event held rain or
  • Pawley’s Island Festival of Music & Art - Oct. 4-20. 843-626-8911. Calendar posted
    on page  11. For more information visit
  • Fall Wildflowers and Insects - October 5, 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.  Hobcaw Barony
    Discovery Center/North Inlet-Winyah Bay Estuarine Research Reserve, 22 Hobcaw
    Road, Georgetown, 843-904-9017. Take a walk through maritime, upland forest,
    and wetland habitats to see our fall wildflowers, butterflies, dragonflies and more.
    Reserve staff will help you identify common species that are present in the fall.
    Wear comfortable walking shoes, bring insect repellent, and cameras/binoculars (if
    desired). Free to the public so call for reservations limited to 15 participants
  • Myrtle Beach Seafood Festival - Oct. 5-7 between 8th and 9th Ave. North, Myrtle
    Beach, 843-855-0527.  A destination event that will celebrate the multitude of local
    seafood restaurants and eateries along the Grand Strand. Friday 6 to 10 p.m;
    Saturday 11-7 p.m.; Sunday11-7 p.m.
  • Scandinavian Celebration - Oct. 6, 12-4PM. 6200 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach.  
    Free admission, exhibits, door prizes, viking area, folk tales / children’s activity
    table, bake sale, cultural exhibit, Scandinavian items for sale.
  • South Carolina’s Largest Garage  - Oct. 6, 7-2PM.  Myrtle Beach Convention
    Center, Oak Street.
  • Art In The Park at Valor Park - Oct. 6-7, 10-4:00 PM.  Valor Park at Market
    Common, 1120 Farrow Parkway, 843-446-3830.
  • Oct. 6-7 - Fall Festival cancelled, Conway due to flooding.
  • Festa Italiana - Oct. 7, 11-6PM.  The Market Commons, 4017 Deville Street, Myrtle
    Beach, 714-580-8959. Sponsored by The Sons & Daughters of Italy Myrtle Beach
    Lodge, No. 2662, features authentic Italian foods, desserts, beer and wine and live
    entertainment, arts and craft vendors, an Italian themed gift shop, a spaghetti &
    pizza eating contest, free face painting for the kids, and more.
  • Harvest Home Festival - Oct. 6-7, 9:30-4PM.  Brookgreen Gardens, 1931
    Brookgreen Drive, Murrells Inlet, 843-235-6000.  Scarecrow buildings, pumpkin
    painting, hayrides, lives entertainment, animals, outdoor activities the whole family
    and fun!   Visit for more info.
  • Sherry Strickland Martin: Roots Run Deep - Oct. 6-Dec. 16.  Franklin G. Burroughs
    / Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum, 3100 S. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, 843-238-
    2510.  Roots Run Deep is an exhibition of Martin’s traditional watercolors and mixed
    media works that speak to her return to painting what nurtures her soul: that salt
    air, that plough mud and the sweet smell of oyster beds that line South Carolina’s
    beautiful coast. For Martin, this precious place never leaves you, no matter where
    you go. It always brings you home, where roots run deep.
  • 35th Annual Taste of the Town 2018 - Oct. 9, 4-10PM.  Myrtle Beach Convention
    Center, 2101 N. Oak St., Myrtle Beach, 843-448-6062.  Fundraiser for St. Andrew
    Catholic School featuring many of the Grand Strand’s finest restaurants, culinary
    awards, live entertainment, and more.  
  • Cruisin’ The Beach Car Show - Oct. 11-13, 8-6PM.  Broadway at the Beach. 1325
    Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach.
  • AIA Grand Strand & CSI Grand Strand 33rd Annual Products Fair - Oct. 11, 5:
    30PM. Grand Dunes Marriott, 8400 Costa Verde Dr., Myrtle Beach.   The AIA & CSI
    Products Fair has become the most talked about and attended event for architects,
    engineers, specifiers, interior designers, landscape architects, owners, school
    facilities, and contractors on the Grand Strand.
  • 12th Annual Myrtle Beach Oktoberfest - Oct. 12, 4-9PM. Valor Park, Market
    Common, 1150 Farrow Parkway Myrtle Beach, 843-267-7443.
  • Movies at McLean: Playing CoCo rated PG - Oct. 12, 6:45.  McLean Park, 93 Oak
    Drive, North Myrtle Beach.  Bring your beach chair, blanket, grab popcorn and a
    drink from the North Myrtle Beach Lions Club. Admission is Free.
  • Brookgreen Fall Plant Sale & Farmer’s Market - Oct. 13. Brookgreen Gardens,
    1931 Brookgreen Drive, Murrells Inlet, 843-235-6000. for more
  • Little River ShrimpFest - Oct. 13-14, 2018.  Historic Little River Waterfront, 4460
    Mineola Ave., Little River, 843-249-6604.  Saturday 9-6; Sunday 9-5. Children’s
    area, face painting, stilt walkers, balloon artists, 2 stages of live music, 150
    different, business expos, and community organizations. Fresh local seafood will be
    served by the local waterfront restaurants and your festival food favorites will be
    available from a variety of talented food vendors.
  • Out of the Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention - Oct. 13, 11-12:30PM.  Broadway
    at the Beach, Heroes Harbor beside Margaritaville, 1325 Celebrity Circle, Myrtle
    Beach, 336-707-0022. Raising awareness and funds for the American Foundation
    for Suicide Prevention. Suicide is preventable and it starts with everyday heroes
    willing to donate their time and money for this important cause. Join us in the Fight
    Against Suicide!
  • Rivertown Bluegrass Society Concert - Oct. 13th, 5-9:00pm.  Horry Georgetown
    Technical College Conway Campus. Admission $12.00, Children Under 12 Free.
    Visit rivertownbluegrasssociety for more information.
  • Rivertown Dine-Around - Oct. 13, 11:30-3PM.  Conway Visitor Center, 428 Main
    Street, Conway. 843- 248-6260. The Rivertown Dine-Around is a great opportunity
    for locals and visitors to sample the fabulous fare available in Downtown.
    Participating restaurants will offer a sampler menu featuring house specialties. Mini-
    entree items on the sampler menu start at $2 and most items are not more than $4.
  • Grand Strand Witches’ Night - October 13, 5-7:00 pm, Wicked Tuna, Murrells Inlet.  
    Break out your pointed black hat and join in on the fun. Funds raised will proceed
    the Childrens’ Recovery Center of Myrtle Beach.
  • The Market Common Military History Trolley Tour & Catered Reception - Oct. 13,
    10-12PM.  Grand 14 Cinema, The Market Common, 4017 Deville Street, Myrtle
    Beach, 843-839-3500.The Market Common 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 learning about the history of the former Myrtle
    Beach Air Force Base, and the Myrtle Beach Army Air Field during WWII. Followed
    by a one-hour catered reception at Tupelo Honey. Tickets are $30. Visit for more informaton.
  • The Art of Sweetgrass Basket Making - Oct. 13, 11-2PM. Kaminski House Museum
    in Georgetown.
  • Conway Ghost Walk - Oct. 18-20, 6:30PM. Conway Visitor Center, 428 Main Street,
    843-248-6260. Professional storytellers weave tales of lowcountry haints through
    the shadowy streets of Historic Conway. The storytelling tour is just over 60 minutes
    and the tour route is approximately one mile. Tickets $15 for adults, $7 for children
    12 and under.
  • 4th Annual Craft Sale at Myrtle Beach Golf and Yacht Club - Oct. 19-20.  Friday 4-
    7PM; Saturday 9-@PM.  6851 King Arthur Drive Myrtle Beach SC, 29588 location in
    the HOA Building and Pavilion.  61 Vendors and Admission is FREE. Bake sale on
    Saturday. Hot Dog combos both Friday and Saturday. We are a gated community
    and have a restriction on Motorcycles.  Contact Janet Droll 704-287-7675.
  • Surfside Beach Senior Fair - Oct. 19, 10-2PM. Surfside Beach Fire Department,
    810 First Ave. N., Surfside Beach, 843-650-9548.  Vendors will be on site such as
    hospice care providers, insurance agencies, medical providers, meals on wheels,
    senior center, police department, fire department, estate planners, etc. . Insurance
    cards will be required. Admission is free. Door prizes and light refreshments will be
    provided. For more information, please contact or for more
  • 39th Annual Loris Bog-Off Festival - Oct. 20. Downtown Loris, 843-756-6030.  
    Chicken bog cooking contest, entertainment, over 200 vendors, food, and fun for
    all ages. The festival ends with a fireworks extravaganza and a free concert from a
    national act.
  • A Tribute to Ella and Frank - Oct. 20, 7-9PM. Myrtle Beach High School Music and
    Arts Center, 3302 Robert M Grissom Pkwy., Myrtle Beach, 843-448-8379.  Aisha
    De Haas and Sal Viviano present a tribute to Ella Fitzgerald, “The First Lady of
    Song”, and Frank Sinatra, one of the most popular musical artists of the 20th
    century. Also featuring the Long Bay Symphony Big Band.
  • Beach Sweep - October 20, 9-11:30AM. Myrtle Beach State Park, 4401 South
    Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach, 843-238-0874
  • Music at the Farm - Oct. 20, 1-3:30PM. L. W. Paul Living History Farm,2279 Harris
    Short Cut Road, Conway, 843-365-3596. Join Wayne Skipper discusses and
    demonstrates how musicians change the volume of an acoustic instrument as it is
    being played. Free and open to the public. The L. W. Paul Living History Farm is
    open Tuesday-Saturday 9 AM-4 PM and teaches the history of the Horry County
    farm family from 1900-1955. For more information, call the L. W. Paul Living History
    Farm at 843-365-3596 or email For a full list of
    programs and events at the Horry County Museum and L.W. Paul Living History
    Farm, visit
  • Rock Back The Clock Music Fest - Oct. 20, 12-5PM. La Belle Amie Vineyard, 1120
    Saint Joseph Road, Little River, 843-399-9463. $2 reduced admission with 2 dry
    good food items for the area food bank. Festival dates are subject to change.
    Check website prior to coming out for an event for changes cancellations.
  • 29th Annual Wooden Boat Show - Oct. 20-21.  Front Street, Georgetown, 843-520-
    0111.  One of the Southeast’s best wooden boat exhibits with more than 140 classic
    wooden boats displayed on land and water, children’s model boat building, knot
    tying, maritime art and crafts, food and music. A special attraction is Saturday’s
    Wooden Boat Challenge when teams of two race to build a rowing skiff within a 4-
    hour time limit and then test their boats for seaworthiness in a rowing relay on the
    Sampit River. Sunday is a fun-filled family oriented day that includes a Cardboard
    Boat Regatta, and an Opti Pram Regatta.
  • Christian Book Lovers Retreat - Oct. 18-20, 8-12PM. Doubletree Resort by Hilton
    Myrtle Beach Oceanfront,3200 S. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, 937-248-9211. More
    than 50 authors, 35 book clubs, church groups, and hundreds of readers will relax
    in a serene atmosphere while inspirational speakers rejuvenate their faith. There
    will be giveaways, books, and vendors catering to the Christian woman, Zumba
    class on the beach, prayer breakfast, prayer journey, and praise and worship.
    Authors host parties, game shows, and engage readers with story time. A day spa
    is optional. Attendees will enjoy an all-white beach party at sunset. Finally, there will
    be a ball gown costume party. Spouses are welcome to a fellowship at this beach
    retreat at the “man cave/straight talk.” Moviegoers will get a sneak peek at movie
    producer, Devyne Johnson’s latest production. Admission  $5.00 or free with a valid
    library card. For more information, visit,
    contact Vanessa Miller, or Pat Simmons. 937-248-9211.
  • Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon - Oct. 20-21, 7AM. Coastal Grand Mall near Dillard’s.
    Start time: 7:00 am. Visit for more info.
  • Myrtle Beach Baby Expo - Oct. 21, 12-4PM.Cooper House, 6011 Dick Pond Rd,
    Myrtle Beach, 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
  • Atalaya Fall Festival & Haunted Castle - Oct. 26-27, Huntington Beach State Park,
    16148 Ocean Hwy., Murrells Inlet, 843-235-8755. Frightfully fun family
    entertainment! Enjoy two haunted houses, carnival games, spooky movies, a
    bonfire and more!
  • SC Special Olympics - Oct. 26-27. Myrtle Beach Convention Center, 2101 North
    Oak Street, Myrtle Beach. State Fall Games will kick off with Opening Ceremony
    beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center and will include a
    Parade of Athletes, lighting of the cauldron, dinner and entertainment. The
    following day, Saturday, October 27, bocce, flag football, soccer, disc golf and
    volleyball competitions will be held at Coastal Carolina University. Golf will be played
    at The Hackler Course at Coastal Carolina University. Bowling venues are still being
    determined. Saturday will conclude with the Closing Ceremony and dance at the
    Myrtle Beach Convention Center.  Visit for more information
  • The Stars are Out on Broadway - Oct, 26, 7:30-9:30.  Trinity Church, 3000 N.  
    Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach, 843-444-5774.  The Carolina Master Chorale features
    some of its finest soloists with winners of the 3rd Annual CMC/CCU Vocal
    Competition in blockbuster songs from Broadway and Opera stages.
  • 8th Annual Historic Georgetown Bridge2Bridge Run - Oct. 27. Clock Tower,Front
    Street, Georgetown.
  • BooFest! - Oct. 27. Barefoot Landing, 4898 Hwy. 17 South, North Myrtle Beach,
    843-272-8349.  Dress up the kids and pets and bring them out for a day full of
    family fun! Costume contests, kids’ activities and much more. for
    more information.
  • Carney Strong 2018 - Making a Chain Reaction Against Cancer - Oct. 27, 11-5PM.  
    Socastee Recreation Park, 7485 Butler Rd., Myrtle Beach, 843-902-7095. A fun
    day of Good Eats, Jams, Disc Golf, music, food trucks, raffles, corn hole and more
    all while raising money to fight this battle against cancer.
  • Halloween Saturday Bonfire - Oct. 27, 12-5PM. La Belle Amie Vineyard, 1120 Saint
    Joseph Road, Little River, 843-399-9463. Visit for more information
    and before attending for changes/cancellations.
  • Home Buyers Workshop - Oct. 27, 1-2:30PM.  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.
  • Spook-Quarium Sleepover - Oct. 28.  Ripley’s Aquarium,Halloween costume parade
    and contest; and even stay the night for the Spook-Quarium Sleepover and enjoy
    crafts, snacks, a haunted walk, and more on the same night!  Visit ripleyaquariums.
    com for more information or call 843-916-0888.
  • Halloween Bash at Thompson Farm - Oct. 27, 7:00-11:00.  Thompson Farm, 1625
    Bucksville Dr., Conway.   JCostume party with flashlight fun in the corn maze, a
    bonfire, inflatables, candy, family activities and so much more. They’ll even host a
    Kids Drive-In Movie Night! Visit or call 843-236-1400
    for more information before attending.
  • Trunk or Treat at Fun Warehouse - October 25, 5:00-9:00 pm.  2349 Dick Pond
    Rd, Myrtle Beach. This annual event will feature local businesses that pass out
    candy to kids dressed up in their Halloween costumes. Get ready for appearances
    from your favorite local mascots and characters, live entertainment and tons of fun.
    This family-friendly event is free. For more info call 843-748-0302  Donations for
    the raffle are now being accepted. Raffle tickets will be sold for $1/each.
  • Howl-O-Scream - Oct. 27, 5-8PM. NMB Park and Sports Complex, 150 Citizens
    Circle, Little River, 843-280-5570 Goblins, ghouls and ghosts oh my! Open to all
    ages.  Hayrides, marshmallow roasting, trick-or-treating and much more. Scare free
    and Scare Zones offer a variety of excitement levels that is sure to satisfy all.
    Admission: Adult 15 & up $2; Children 5-14 $1, and Children under 4 free.
  • Surfside Beach Halloween Car Show - Oct. 27, 10-3PM. Surfside Drive, Surfside
    Beach, 843-650-9548. Registration at 9:00 AM for participants. Trophies awarded
    at 3:00 PM. Registrants, please bring candy for the kids to “Trunk or Treat.”
    Visitors, come to our free car show featuring classic and modern cars, and have
    your children trick-or-treat. We will have a DJ and music, and food is available. Best
    of all, admission is free! Visit for more details.
  • BooFest! at Barefoot Landing - Oct. 27, 12:00-4:00 pm. Kids and pets costume
    contest. More information 843-272-8349 or visit
  • The Kaminski House Museum presents Family Fun & Literacy Day! Oct. 27, 1-
    4PM.  Kaminski House Museum, 1003 Front Street, Georgetown, 843-420-4750.
    Spend a fun-filled afternoon on the lawn as we will celebrate literacy with storytelling
    and readings and include children’s games, crafts, pumpkin face creations, a
    healthy foods tent and a spirited pumpkin patch. This is a free event provided to
    the community. Parents Must Accompany Children to be admitted to this Event.
  • Walk for the Animals - Oct. 28, 12-4PM. Pet Parade, Food, Entertainment, Pet &
    Owner contests, Raffles, On- site adoptions, games for the kids, vendors and much
  • Conway Halloween Carnival - October 28, 5:30 pm / 9:00 pm.  Conway Recreation
    Center with games, prizes, a S’mores station, hot dogs, pizza and a costume
    contest.  Games are .25 cents to $1 per game, and all-you-can-play passes are $5.
    Costume contest  7:15 p.m. Participation is free.  Stick around to watch a movie on
    the big screen outside at 8:45 p.m.  Visit
  • Halloween On The Marshwalk - Oct. 31, starts at 5PM. Marshwalk in Murrells Inlet.  
    Ghosts, goblins and ghouls of all ages will fill the Marsh at this year’s annual
    Halloween on the MarshWalk. Festivities begin at 5 pm with Trick-or-Treating along
    the MarshWalk for the kids. Kids costume contest starts at 6 pm in front of Drunken
    Jack’s at the Pirate Statue. Prizes will be awarded for the Most Creative, Best
    Group, Funniest, and Scariest for kids ages three and up. Kids ages two and under
    will compete for the Awes Applause award. Prizes include trophies, ribbons, and
    candy bags. Adult Costume Contest – Pick up your card at any restaurant between
    7 pm to 8:30 pm. Over $4,000 in cash and prizes will be awarded to the top
    costumes. Categories include People’s Choice, best Duo/Group, Best Individual,
    Big & Bulky, Murrells Inlet Themed and Honorable Mention. Final Judging and the
    award ceremony will take place at Bovine’s back deck at 10:30 pm. Winners
    announced at 10:30 pm inside Bovines on the back deck.
  • Halloween at Market Common - Oct. 31, 5-7PM. Participating stores will give out
    candy to costumed Trick-or-Treaters.
  • Trick or Treat at Barefoot Landing - Oct. 31, 5-7PM. 843-272-8349.  Bring the kids
    out to enjoy Trick or Treating through Barefoot Landing.
  • Trick or Treat & Fireworks at Broadway at the Beach - Oct. 31.  Bring your little
    superheroes, ghosts and characters to Broadway at the Beach and trick-or-treat at
    your favorite Broadway spots from 4:30pm-6:30pm.  Halloween Fireworks at 8PM.

  • Myrtle Beach Gun & Knife Show - Nov. 3-4. Myrtle Beach Convention Center, 2101
    N Oak St, Myrtle Beach.  Saturday: 9:00am - 5:00pm  Sunday: 10:00am - 4:00pm. -
    Dickens Christmas Show - November 8-11.  Myrtle Beach Convention Center, 2101
    N Oak St, Myrtle Beach.
  • Barefoot Resort Holiday Arts & Crafts Bazaar - Nov. 3, 10-3PM.  Barefoot Resort
    and Golf Clubhouse, 4980 Barefoot Bridge Road, North Myrtle Beach, 716-573-
    3282.  Numerous vendors showcasing 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. Brookgreen Gardens, 1931 Brookgreen
    Drive, Murrells Inlet, 843-235-6000. Features 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.  Visit for 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:
  • Dickens Christmas Show - November 8-11.  Myrtle Beach Convention Center, 2101
    N Oak St, Myrtle Beach.
  • 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. Saturday 10-5pm and
    Sunday 10am - 4pm.
  • Atalaya Sleepover - Nov- 10-11.  Huntington Beach State Park, 16148 Ocean Hwy.,
    Murrells Inlet ,843-235-8755.  Spend the night at Atalaya, and enjoy everything
    from ghost stories to nature hikes! Dinner and breakfast are included. A limited
    number of tents are available to borrow.
  • Mythical & Medieval Fest - Nov. 10-11, 11-6PM. RH Acres, 3833 Socastee Blvd.
    Myrtle Beach, 843-360-9052.  Come out to celebrate the Village of Shadow Bay for
    our 5th year. Our renaissance festival helps 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
  • Now taking events that are happening during the month of November and the
    beginning of December.  Email us your event to  
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OCT. 5-6 - Friday 10AM-5PM,
Saturday, 9AM-3PM.  38 crafters,
bake sale, & food available.
Magnolia Clubhouse, Jensen’s,
Garden City. Follow signs to find

MOVING SALE - Oct. 6, 8-2PM.  
8226 Tartan Lane, Myrtle Beach,
Tern Hall Plantation off Hwy. 707.
Furniture, patio set, Jenn-Air gas
grill, Fiestaware, and much more.

- 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.  


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