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APRIL YARD SALES
  • YARD SALE - APRIL 7, starts at 8.  Garage items, tools, saws, drills, cameras,
    monitor 21" HP, speakers, small appliances.  101 Cat Tail Bay Dr., Conway, 29527.  
    501 to 378, 8 miles, watch sign for Cat Tail subdivision.
  • COMMUNITY YARD SALE / MYRTLE TRACE SOUTH - Saturday, April 7, 8AM-
    12noon, rain or shine.  Take 501 to Burning Ridge Golf Course to Sand Ridge
    Road; OR take 544 to Myrtle Ridge Drive to Sand Ridge Road. Follow Signs and
    pink balloons.
  • LARGE YARD SALE - Saturday, April 7, 8AM-1PM.  901 Tiffany Lane, corner of
    Tiffany Lane and Hwy. 544, 3-1/2 miles west of Hwy. 31 at DG Tires.  Rain or shine.
  • YARD SALE - April 12-13, Friday and Saturday.  General merchandise; corner
    dinette group bench with table, $229 paid / sell $79; tools, motorcycle helmets, lots
    of collectible signs with metal signs, misc. other items.  Friday and Saturday, April
    12-13,  7AM.  13 Buccaneer Street, Captains Cove, Murrells Inlet.  
  • MYRTLE BEACH GOLF and YACHT CLUB 3rd Annual Community YARD SALE -
    Saturday April 14, 8AM-1PM.  6851 King Arthur Dr., Myrtle Beach, SC 29588.  
    Located off Bay Rd. in the Burgess Community, look for our bright yellow and red
    sign.  Over 60 homeowners participating (gate for yard sale shoppers closes
    promptly at 1 / no exceptions). Each Car will be given, a map and directory of
    participants.  PARKING only on STREET and NOT ON GRASS. DO NOT BLOCK
    ANY DRIVEWAYS.  No motorcycles / no early birds. RAIN DATE: Following Saturday
    April 21, 2018 same time. Call Giorgina Welsh for more information 843 421 6672
    leave message, I will return call soon.   
  • COMMUNITY YARD SALE / HEMPHILL PLACE - 701 S., Conway.  Saturday, April
    28, 7AM-1PM.
  • Pecan Grove cul de sac Yard Sale - Saturday, April 28, 8 am to 1 pm. Pub
    table/chairs, girls clothes up to 6x, household items. 1289 Pineridge Street, Conway.

MAY'S YARD SALES:
  • YARD SALE - May 17, 18, 19, 8AM-1PM.  General merchandise, household items,
    knives; Sharp cash register and Sharp adding machine, with all accessories and
    paper, all for $75.  Captains Cove, 13 Buccaneer St., Murrells Inlet.

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April events: Please be sure to check with the event organizer before attending.

  • International Autism  Awareness Day - April 2, noon-close.  Good Day Cafe in
    partnership with SOS Healthcare and CAN champion Autism Network present “Go
    Blue Day”  a fun filled day of entertainment, music magician, actors, and more,
    Special guest appearance from the Myrtle Beach Pelicans Mascot. Free for all.  
    Proceeds to benefit to local charities that serve the autistic community of Horry
    County.  Good Day Cafe, 819 Main St., Myrtle Beach, 843-448-4663, www.
    gooddaycafemb.net
  • Music at the Farm -  April 2, 1-3PM.  This presentation will focus on the piano and
    how musicians play by note and by ear. Free to the public.  L.W. Paul Living History
    Farm, 2279 Harris Short Cut Road, Conway.  843-365-3596 or email
    hcgmuseum@horrycounty.org.
  • Pepper Geddings Recreation Center Summer Sports Camp Registration - April 2.
    843-918-2280.
  • The Tour de Plantersville Bicycling Discovery Ride - April 4, 6, 8, 11, 14, 15, 16, 17,
    18, 18, 20, 21.  Plantersville Elementary School, 1668 Exodus Dr., Georgetown. A
    Spring Bicycling Adventure. 10 mile or 25 mile excursion through scenic countryside
    capturing rice farming history and exploring Colina era landmarks.  See pre-Civi
    War artifacts as you never seen before.  Call Ray Funnye 843-240-0534 for more
    info or visit thevillagegroup.org  Youth $15 / Adults $35.
  • All Star Cheer Event Challenge - April 5-8. Myrtle Beach convention Center, 2101
    North Oak Street Myrtle Beach.  For more info call 919-225-3025.  www.
    varistyallstar.com  Brown@varsitygainesville.com
  • 4th Annual Omar Harley Brigade Poker Run - Saturday, April 7.  See page 13 for
    complete details.  Proceeds benefit Omar Shriner Harley Brigade.
  • 5th Annual Run for the Shelter 5K, One Mile and Doggie Bone Hunt - April 7, 7-
    12noon.  To benefit the Humane Society of North Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach
    Park and Sports Complex, 150 Citizens Circle, Little River.  Call 843-249-4948 for
    more information of visit  hsnmb.org
  • Brookgreen Gardens American Sculpture - April 7.  Half price admission for non-
    member residents of Georgetown and Horry Counties.  931 Brookgreen Drive.  
    Murrells Inlet.
  • Art in the Park - April 7-8, 10-4. Valor Park at Market Common, 1120 Farrow
    Parkway, Myrtle Beach, 843-446-3830.
  • Solid Rock Spring Concert Festival - April 8th, 3-6PM.  Market Common,
    803Howard Ave., Myrtle Beach.  Music, food, big slide, bounce house, rock wall and
    more.
  • A Taste of Passion - April 8, 4:30-6:30.  This event is a fundraiser for the Carolina
    Master Chorale. Pine Lakes Country Club, 5603 Granddaddy Dr., Myrtle Beach.  
    Delicious food, drinks, wonderful entertainment, silent and live auction by Diane
    DeVaughn-Stokes.  Tickets $65, space is limited.  Order tickets now 843-444-5774
    or visit www.CarolinaMasterChorale.com.
  • Myrtle Beach Jeep Jam to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project - April 13-15, 9-
    6PM.  Old Myrtle Square Mall, 2501 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach. Thousands of
    Jeepers from across the country will come to enjoy an Offroad Obstacle Course,
    50+ vendors, Food/Entertainment, Car Shows, Raffles, a Kid Zone and more.  843-
    448-0585.
  • Platinum National Dance Competition - April 13-15. Myrtle Beach Convention
    Center.  www.danceplatinum.com for more information.
  • Taste of the Coast - April 14, 11-4PM. House of Blues, 4640 Hwy 17 S., N. Myrtle
    Beach, 843-272-8163. Family-friendly culinary event held by Risen Christ Christian
    Academy featuring tasty specialties by Grand Strand’s restaurants.  Live
    entertainment.
  • St. Michaels Catholic Church  Spring Carnival - April 14, 11-5:00 PM. Valor Park,
    Market Common,  The Saint Michael Catholic School PTO (SMCS PTO) commits to
    raising a minimum of $40,000 to support educational programs for our school.  This
    year, the PTO is excited to host a Spring Carnival.   Children activities,  live music
    and entertainment, crafters, and food vendors.  All proceeds from this event go
    directly to the school for programs benefiting the children.
  • 2018 Miss NMBHS Scholarship Pageant / Talent Pageant - April 14, 7PM.  
    missnmbhsinfo.weebly.com for more information.
  • Art In The Park - April 14-15, 10-4PM.  Chapin Park, 1400 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle
    Beach,  843-446-3830.
  • Singing In Sun - April 16-21.  Myrtle Beach Convention Center, 2101 North Oak
    Street Myrtle Beach.  Singing In The Sun is an event that includes some of Gospel
    music’s greatest artists and world renown speakers.   Call 888-238-6858 or visit
    http://www.abrahamproductions.net for more information.
  • Myrtle Beach International Film Festival Preview Night - April 16-21.   Grand 14
    Cinema, 4002 Deville St., Myrtle Beach.  For more information: http://www.
    myrtlebeachfilmfestival.com
  • Active Adult Series: Charlie’s Place Premiere - April 17, 1-2PM.  Horry County
    Museum, 805 Main Street, Conway.   This film tells the story of an African American
    nightclub owned by Charlie Fitzgerald in Myrtle Beach. Despite the fact that much of
    the South was segregated during the time, both blacks and whites were welcomed
    into the club. This drew unwanted attention from groups like the KKK, who attacked
    Charlie’s Place one night in 1950. Join us for an introduction by the film’s producer,
    Betsy Newman, followed by the premiere of the new documentary.  843.915.5320
    hcgmusuem@horrycounty.org
  • Schedule FREE Active Shooter Seminar for Groups or Organizations w/ NMB Police
    - April 18. North Myrtle Beach Police Department, 1015 Second Ave. S., North
    Myrtle Beach.  Would you know what to do if there was an active shooter at your
    business, organization or school? Learn the signs to look for and what to do to
    prevent and stop an active shooter. The seminar is free and is presented by the
    North Myrtle Beach Police Department. They will come to your facility. You are
    welcome to invite as many guests as you would like. This little bit of time could save
    a lot of lives. Call for more information Justin Baker 843-503-5154  www.nmb.us  
  • Conway Community Health Fair - April 19, 9-2 PM.  Conway Recreation Center,
    1515 Mill Pond Rd. , Conway, Learn new things about health and wellness.  More
    info. call 843-488-1950 or visit www.ConwayParksandRecreation.com
  • Myrtle Beach Food Truck Festival - April 20-22. Friday from 6-10 p.m., Saturday
    from 11 a.m.-10 p.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Between 8th Ave. N. and 9th
    Ave. N.,  Myrtle Beach,  
  • 3rd Annual Horry County Fair - April 20-29, Noon-11PM.  Myrtle Beach Speedway,
    455 Hospitality Ln., Myrtle Beach.  843-236-0500.
  • SOS Spring Safari - April 20-29.  Main Street, North Myrtle Beach.   Beach music
    lovers and shaggers from all over hit the road in search of the first outing of the
    season.  A wide variety of activities including tea parties, shag dancing, live music,
    mingling with friends and a huge parade. visit www.shagdance.com for more
    information.
  • Surfside Beach Pet Fair - April 21, 9AM-12noon.  Surfside Beach Bark Park, 412
    1st Ave. N., Surfside Beach, next to the library. 843-650-9548.  Debbie Ellis for
    more information 843-650-9549 or dellis@surfsidebeach.org.
  • March for Babies - April 21, 8:30AM-11AM.  Three mile walk to help babies in
    need.  Myrtle Beach Pelicans Stadium, 1251 21st Ave. N., Myrtle Beach.  803-403-
    8523.  Walk to raise money for healthy moms and babies.  Visit www.
    marchforbabies.org for more information.
  • The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers 5K Run/Walk -  Saturday, April 21, 8 AM.  
    Grand Park, Market Common intersection of Farrow Parkway and Nevers Street.  
    Stephen Siller was an FDNY Firefighter who was one of 343 firefighters who
    perished on the morning of 09/11/2001. This event was started by his family shortly
    after his passing. All proceeds are used to build smart homes for catastrophically
    injured war veterans, police officers and firefighters. Every firefighter and police
    officer who perished at the World Trade Center that morning will be represented at
    the Myrtle Beach Event.  marketcommonmb.com
  • Fast and the Furriest 5K 2018 Saint Frances Animal Center - April 21. East Bay
    Park, 1405 Prince Street, Georgetown.  Run or walk with your dog(s).  All proceeds
    from the race go directly towards the care and treatment of the unwanted and
    homeless dogs and cats of Georgetown County. In addition to runners and walkers,
    Saint Frances is seeking sponsorships and volunteers. If you are interested, please
    contact Ed Ritchie at 843-546-0780 or email eritchie@www.sfanimals.org.  843-421-
    9358 for more information or visit sfanimals.org
  • Conway / Laurel Street Yard Sale - April 21, 8 to Noon. Clean out your closets and
    garages and register for a spot to sell your awesome stuff/junk!  Vendor Fee $20.  
    Call Haylee Owens 843-248-6260 for more information.
  • Market Common 10th Anniversary and Taste of Market Common - Saturday, April
    21, 11-4 PM.  A fun day of festivities will be planned to commemorate The Market
    Common’s first decade.  Bring the whole family, enjoy strolling musicians, bouncy
    houses, face painters and balloon artists throughout The Market Common retail
    district.  There will be a fabulous cake to top off the celebration.  But that’s not all.  
    We’re bringing back the very popular Taste of  The Market Common, our annual
    Farmers Market will preview that day on Deville Street, and the 13th Annual Myrtle
    Beach International Film Festival will be gearing up for their red carpet event after a
    thrilling week of movie competition. Visit www.myrtlebeachfilmfestival.com for more
    information.  $1 food tickets /  Tasting samples will be priced between 1 to 5 tickets.
  • Georgetown Rotary Club Shag Fest - April 21, 7-11PM.  King Street, Georgetown.  
    Heart n’ Soul will be providing the music and free shag lessons will be offered with a
    paid admission beginning at 6 pm.      Last year’s event raised over $40,000
    including $37,000 donated to Alzheimer’s Research with the remaining going to
    charities throughout Georgetown County.   This year’s event is expected to be
    larger than ever.    All proceeds from the event will go towards Alzheimer’s
    Research,  local/international Rotary projects including Polio eradication, water
    sanitation in Peru, the Dictionary Program and Project Happy Feet, as well as other
    local charities.  Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased on the Shag
    Festival page at www.georgetownrotaryclub.org or by calling 843-843-325-4706.
  • Something Fishy - April 21, 1-3PM.  Hobcaw Barony Discovery Center, 22 Hobcaw
    Rd.,Georgetown, 843-904-9017. An exciting activity learning the anatomy, diet, and
    behavior of our salt marsh tank fishes, FREE; limited to 15 participants. Call 843-
    904-9017 to register.
  • Reverend Billy C. Wirtz - April 21, 6-11PM.  Myrtle Beach Train Depot, 851
    Broadway St. Myrtle Beach, 843-455-6499.  South by Southeast and New South
    Brewery present the third show of the 2018 concert season with
    bluesman/pianist/comedian/ex-pro-wrestling manager The Reverend Billy C. Wirtz.
    The Rev. never fails to entertain, amaze, and educate his crowds, and, after 9
    years, we are proud to have him back for this encore SxSE performance! More
    information and advance tickets can be purchased on the South by Southeast
    website.  Doors open at 6:00PM for dinner, and show starts around 7:00PM.
  • Seacoast Artists Guild Spring Art in Common Arts & Crafts Festival - April 21-22, 9-
    5PM. Valor Memorial Park.  This Arts & Crafts Festival will showcase artists
    displaying and selling their original works of art.  Free event, and the festival is child
    and pet friendly.  
  • Bike to the Boardwalk through April 27, 1-3PM. Hobcaw Barony Discovery
    Center/North Inlet-Winyah Bay Estuarine Research Reserve, 22 Hobcaw Rd.,
    Georgetown. Bike through pristine property of Hobcaw Barony to the Reserve’s
    beautiful salt marsh boardwalk on North Inlet estuary. Bike 5 miles (roundtrip) on
    gravel roads through upland forest wetland and salt marsh habitats. Wildlife,
    research and coastal ecology will be highlighted 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 participants. Call 843-904-
    9017 to register.
  • Championship Basketball Clinic - April 27-29.  Myrtle Beach Convention Center,
    2101 North Oak Street, Myrtle Beach.  Championship Basketball Clinics provides
    you with the best basketball coaching and training information from top collegiate
    and high school coaches.  Contact Ed Janka 440-248-2302 or visit http://www.
    basketballcoach.com
  • Grand Strand Water Anglers Flounder Tournament -  April 28, 6AM. Questions
    email: jenseay21@gmail.com or visit www.grandstrandsaltwateranglers.com   
    Captain’s meeting, April 27th, 5:30PM at the Beaver Bar in Murrells Inlet.
  • Socastee Heritage Festival - April 28, 10AM-5PM. Benefits the community and its
    children.  Socastee swing bridge, 5835 Dick Pond Road, Myrtle Beach.  Vendors,
    music stages, performing arts stage, kid’s games, bounce houses, train ride, rock
    wall, face painting.  A great family day!
  • Dragon Boat Races - April 28, 8-5PM.  Grand Park, Market Common.  Teams will
    be participating in the 10th Annual Dragon Boat Festival.  Interested in forming a
    team to compete? Visit  http://www.mygroundzero.com/dragon-boat/register.
    Spectators line the banks of Grand Lake to cheer on their favorite crews.  Proceeds
    raised go to Ground Zero, a nonprofit that provides positive, Christ-centered
    experiences that are a healthy alternative to what teenagers are exposed to in
    today’s culture.
  • How Great Thou Art: Great Songs of Faith - April 28, 7PM. First United Methodist
    Church, Conway.  Great Songs of Faith as you’ve never heard them before in
    brilliant concert arrangements, featuring the American Premiere of All Creatures of
    Our God and King by Paul Ayres, and Genesis, by Robert Cohen, for choir,
    soloists, brass sextet and large percussion complement. 1001 5th Ave, Conway,  
    (843) 488-4251 or visit fumcconway.org for more information. Visit vendini.com to
    purchase tickets:  Adult ticket: $22 / Senior $17 / Student $5.
  • Wings Over Myrtle Beach Air Show - Myrtle Beach International Airport.  April 28-
    29.  Adults, $25 advance / $30 gate; youth 6-17, $20 advance / $25 gate; military,
    EMS, police and firefighters, $20 in advance or $25 at the gate; children, 5 and
    under free.
  • Carolina Master Choir / Trininity Church - April 29, 7PM. Trinity Church, 3000 N
    Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach.  Great Songs of Faith as you’ve never heard them before
    in brilliant concert arrangements, featuring the American Premiere of All Creatures
    of Our God and King by Paul Ayres, and Genesis, by Robert Cohen, for choir,
    soloists, brass sextet and large percussion complement.  Individual performance
    tickets are $22 for Adults, $17 for Seniors and Veterans and $5 for students (up to
    22 with ID). Children under 12 attend free.  www.carolinamasterchorale.com or call
    843-444-5774.
  • National Wrestling Tournament - April 28. Myrtle Beach Convention Center, 2101
    North Oak Street, Myrtle Beach.  Visit myrtlebeachconventioncenter.com or call 843-
    918-1225 for more information.
  • A Night with Forever Doo-Wop - April 28, 6-10PM.  Base Recreation Center, 800
    Gabreski Ln., Myrtle Beach, 401-255-8345.  The Sons & Daughters of Italy Myrtle
    Beach Lodge 2662 presents “A Night with Forever Doo-Wop.” Enjoy a home
    cooked spaghetti dinner and dance to your favorite fifties and sixties songs. Ticket
    price including dinner is $20 each. Beer and wine are available for purchase. For
    tickets and information call Steve at 401-255-8345 or purchase online at
    sonsofitalymb.com. Seating is limited, advance purchase encouraged. Reservations
    for tables of 10 accepted.
  • Wedding Showcase at the Kaminski House Museum - April 29,  1-4PM. 1003 Front
    St., Georgetown, 843-546-7706.  Featuring florists, caterers and other businesses
    providing wedding-related services to make all of your wedding day dreams come
    true! The showcase features a $5,000.00 Wedding Day Prize Package and
    drawings for bridal gifts & prizes. Tickets can be reserved online at
    KaminskiMuseum.org or by calling the museum office at 843-546-7706. It’s all
    happening on the lawn on Sunday, April 29 from 1 - 4 pm.

MAY LOCAL EVENTS:
  • Military Appreciation Days - May 1-31.  Various locations throughout the Myrtle
    Beach area. 843-918-1014.  Myrtle Beach celebrates Military Appreciation Days
    during the month of May with a full schedule of activities. US Army Reserve Captain
    and 2016 Miss USA Deshauna Barber is our 2018 Grand Marshal for the Military
    Appreciation Days parade on Saturday, May 26. Join us as we honor the men,
    women and families of our Armed Forces during the month of May. The Military
    Appreciation Days Parade returns to the site of the former Myrtle Beach Air Force
    Base, now known as The Market Common. The parade steps off at 10:30 a.m.,
    Saturday, May 26, and travels Howard Avenue and Farrow Parkway. We expect this
    year’s parade to be one of the biggest and best ever. Horry County JROTC Drill
    Meet 9:00 a.m., Saturday, May 5, Pelicans Stadium Military Family Members Event
    (Blue Star Mothers) 12:00 p.m., Saturday, May 5, Picnic Area, Pelicans Stadium
    Myrtle Beach Pelicans Baseball Game honoring military veterans 7:05 p.m. (gates
    open at 5:00 p.m.), Saturday, May 12, TicketReturn.Com Field. (2018 military card
    set application) M.O.A.A. Grand Strand Golf Tournament 12:00 p.m. registration
    and lunch; 2:00 p.m. shotgun start w Thursday, May 24, Heritage Golf Course
    Military Appreciation Days Parade 10:30 a.m., Saturday, May 26, Farrow Parkway,
    The Market Common. Entry forms are available now! Family Picnic, Deshauna
    Barber, Music, Exhibits and more 12:00 p.m., Saturday, May 26, Valor Memorial
    Garden, The Market Common Memorial Day Veterans March 9:00 a.m. Monday,
    May 28, Ocean Boulevard, beginning at 16th Avenue North Memorial Day
    Remembrance Ceremony 11:00 a.m., Monday May 28, Myrtle Beach Convention
    Center Memorial Day Tribute Film 1:00 p.m., Monday May 28, Grand 14 Cinemas,
    The Market Common These month-long activities are sponsored by the City of
    Myrtle Beach , PGBA, LLC, and the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce as a
    “thank you” to our dedicated service men and women -- and their families. The
    celebration includes active duty military personnel, reserves, the National Guard
    and veterans from all service branches. During May, military personnel and their
    families also can look for discounts to area restaurants and attractions , so that
    they can enjoy the activities. Our gratitude is evident during the big Family Picnic ,
    Saturday, May 26, in Grand Park at The Market Common. Pease join us for lunch
    prepared by the Omar Shriners Chefs. The picnic is free for all, courtesy of PGBA,
    LLC. Headlining Saturday afternoon is the Andrew Thielen Big Band with a live
    show. Also featured are military exhibits, kids’ activities and more, including a
    chance to meet Deshauna! The Veterans March on Ocean Boulevard begins at 9:
    00 a.m., Monday, May 28. This special Memorial Day event isn’t a parade, so it won’
    t feature floats or vehicles, unless a vehicle is required for veterans who are not
    able to walk. This march is organized by the Combat Veterans Motorcycle
    Association Chapter. At 11:00 a.m., Monday, May 28, everyone is invited to join us
    for the Memorial Day Remembrance Ceremony at the Myrtle Beach Convention
    Center. The annual event recognizes Memorial Day with speakers, the Missing Man
    Table and an honor guard salute. The public is cordially invited to attend this and
    all other events, as we say “thank you” to our military men and women and their
    families. For more about Myrtle Beach’s 2018 Military Appreciation Days , including
    the exhibits, the parade, the Family Picnic, or any of our events and sponsors,
    please call 843-918-1014 FOR MORE INFO.
  • Rivertown Music & Beer Festival - May 5, 11-6 PM.  Downtown Conway. Arts, crafts,
    vendors, food, classic car show and craft beer tastings.  Rain or shine event.  
    Haylee Owens, Conway Downtown Alive,  843-248-6260  events@conwayalive.com
  • Myrtle Beach Bike Week Spring Rally - May 11-20.
  • MURRELLS INLET MASONIC LODGE CHICKEN BOG FUND-RAISER Friday, May
    25th, 11-2pm.  $8 eat in or take out. Inlet Affairs, 4014 17 Business, Murrells Inlet,
    Marsh walk area.  More info.  843-215-8352. 11-2pm.
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