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YARD / MOVING SALES:
  • MAY 5-6 - SOCASTEE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH YARD SALE.
    Sponsored by the Hope Circle from 8AM-2PM in the Church Fellowship Hall,
    5575 Dick Pond Rd., near Socastee drawbridge. Wide variety of items available
    including hot dogs and baked goods.  All proceeds will be used for local mission
    work.
  • CONWAY AQUILA ESTATES COMMUNITY YARD SALE - May 12 & 13, 8AM-
    5PM.  Hwy. 701 S. turn on to Bald Eagle Dr.; or Harmon Dr. into Aquila Estate
    community.
  • DOWN-SIZING SALE / WHOLE HOUSE, EVERYTHING MUST GO - Many
    antiques, Queen size beds, jelly cupboard, sofas, tables, everything.  Call for
    appointment to see, 843-903-5485.  2CI-3
  • SHED SALE - Till everythiiteng is gone.  Power tools, beach chairs, beach
    umbrellas, 36x80 aluminum screen door, furniture, antique large wash basin w
    ith pitcher, folding shopping cart and more.  90 Beacon Ct., Murrells Inlet, 2 miles
    north of Huntington State Park.  
  • SATURDAY, May 27 - Mostly framed artwork and some oils beach scenes,  very
    nice items that I just do not have enought room for. 76th street of N. Kings Hwy.
    go a block to Porcher and on the right side.  11-5PM.
  • YARD SALE - June 17, 9AM-2PM.  3333 Forestbrook Rd., Raid date will be June
    24th.

MAY LOCAL EVENTS:
  • 2017 Veterans Awareness Series “VAS” - May 1 and recurring monthly on the 1st
    until June 1.  Chapin Memorial Library, Myrtle Beach, 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM 843-
    918-1295. Peer Support Specialist, Bernard McLeroy, of Myrtle Beach Veterans
    Affairs Medical Clinic, will be here to assist veterans, their family members and
    friends. For more information, call Kim at 843-918-1295 or email
    felton@chapinlibrary.org.
  • Youth Chess Club - May 1 and recurring monthly on the first until May 1, Chapin
    Memorial Library, Myrtle Beach, 10-noon. Open to youth of all ages and skill
    levels. Play chess and learn new tactics and strategies. If you’ve never played
    before, come learn the game. This program is organized and run by volunteers
    and promoted by the library. If you require more information, please contact
    kshartford@gmail.com.
  • Lego Build through May 13 - Chapin Memorial Library, Myrtle Beach, 843-918-
    1293. 1-2PM. Lego Build: Keep your engineering and problem-solving skills
    sharp, strengthen your STEM muscles, and spark your imagination with an
    abundance of Lego bricks. Inspiration topic will be given and then build time!
    Ages: 4-14 (Anyone under 8, must bring an adult.)
  • Brookgreen Gardens Camp Brookgreen - Week-long camp provides activities
    with an emphasis on connections to the natural world, animals and art. Summer
    fun and educational enrichment at Brookgreen Gardens include hands-on
    activities, zoo and garden exploration, live animal encounters, crafts, games,
    stories, projects and more. Sessions are for rising K-12th graders. Call 843-235-
    6049 for more information.
  • Brookgreen Gardens “Ribbit The Exhibit” - Through July 9.  Collection of larger-
    than-life, copper frogs taking part in a variety of activities, including playing
    instruments, catching butterflies, and meditating on a lily pad. Sculpted by artist, J.
    A. Cobb, these captivating whimsical sculptures are on display from April 1 to July
    9, 2017 and are included in garden admission. Brookgreen Garden, 1931
    Brookgreen Dr., Murrells Inlet.www.brookgreengardens.org
  • Brookgreen Gardens  Butterfly House Open Daily.  This seasonal exhibit features
    a lush garden filled with tropical plants where hundreds of butterflies soar through
    the air. Whispering Wings contains a pupae emergence room where you can
    observe the transformation from chrysalis to adult butterflies. The exhibit is open
    daily. Tickets are $3 - adults and $2 - children in addition to garden admission for
    a 30-minute timed visit.
  • Hard to Say Goodbye: The Official Documentary of the Myrtle Beach Pavilion -
    May 3, 1-1:30PM Horry County Museum, 805 Main St., Conway, 843-915-5320.
    The Official Documentary of the Myrtle Beach Pavilion. For almost 100 years the
    Myrtle Beach Pavilion played a beloved role in Myrtle Beach history.
  • Brookgreen Gardens  Gullah Program - Wednesday, May 3, 10, 17 & 24, 1:PM.  
    Ron Daise, Vice-president for Creative Education and Gullah descendant, will
    present an entertaining and informative program about the culture, food,
    language, and history of the Gullah Geechee people. The program will be in the
    Wall Lowcountry Center Auditorium and is free with garden admission.
  • Cinco-De-MarshWalk - May 5, Murrells Inlet MarshWalk, 4025 Hwy 17 Murrells
    Inlet, 843-299-1221, 5-10PM.  Join the fun  festive celebration of freedom and
    culture. Live music, party favors, authentic cuisine, drink specials, and more.
  • Knit & Crochet Group - Friday May 5, 12, 19, 26 and recurring weekly on Friday
    until June 30.  Chapin Memorial Library, Myrtle Beach, 843-918-1295. 2-4PM. A
    free knitting and crochet group, learn basic knitting and crochet skills or get help
    with an existing project. Please bring your own supplies. Volunteers needed.
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  • Angie’s Day - May 5, Little River United Methodist Church, 1629 Hwy 17 N., Little
    River, 843-222-4756. 4:30-7:30 PM.  A fundraising event that includes Friday
    barbecue lunch deliveries to local businesses, a dinner/silent auction,
    entertainment, face painting for the kids, raffles, and homemade baked goodies.
    All proceeds benefit the recipients of the Angie’s Day organization. Come join us
    for this amazing, joyful event and become a part of “community helping
    community”.
  • 31st Annual Rivertown Music & Craft Beer Festival - May 6, Downtown Conway,
    (843) 248-6260, 11PM. Enjoy vendors, great music, a classic car show, good
    food and a craft beer tasting zone. No coolers. Craft beer zone is cash only.
  • 21st Annual Blessing of the Inlet, May 6. Belin Memorial United Methodist Church,
    4182 US Bus. 17, Murrells Inlet, 843-651-5099. 9-4PM. Great food and fun for the
    whole family.
  • Holy Trinity Catholic School Spring Fundraiser - Saturday, May 6, 10-3PM.  Our
    Lady Star of the Sea Church, 8th Ave. N./Hwy. 17, N. Myrtle Beach.. Fun
    activities, shopping, silent auction, live entertainment.
  • Back to Summer Car Show at Broadway at the Beach - May 6, 9-4.
  • Conway Farmers Market , May 6, 8am-1pm Laurel St. Conway, SC 843-365-6715
  • Carolina Master Chorale - Gilbert & Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance” - May 6-
    7, Ocean View Baptist Church, 7300 N. Kings Hwy.,  Myrtle Beach, 7:30 PM on
    May 6th /  4:00 PM on May 7th. 843)-444-5774. The CMC’s Timothy Koch, in the
    role of Major General, leads an all-star cast. Drew Trautman conducts two
    performances of a semi-staged version of the smash hit Broadway award-winning
    musical, one of the most popular of all Gilbert & Sullivan operetta.
  • 2nd annual Beach Bash for the Veterans - May 6, Scottys Beach Bar, 111 S
    Seaside Dr,,Surfside Beach, 11-9PM. To benefit the Veterans Welcome home
    center and our veterans throughout the Grand Strand.
  • Farmers Market on Deville Street, Market Common - Every Saturday until Sept.
    30, 10-3PM. Baked Goods – Vegetables – Fruits – Flowers – Seafood – Plants –
    Artisan Crafts – Jams & Jellies and more!
  • Fielding Freed: The Things They Carried-Grunt Gear of the Vietnam War - May
    6.  Horry County Museum, 805 Main St., Conway, 843-915-5320. 1-2PM.  This
    costumed interpretation will include many of the common items carried by
    American soldiers who served in Vietnam. Participants are invited to come
    forward after the presentation for a closer look at the gear.
  • Taste of The Market Common - May 6. Grand 14 Cinema, 4017 Deville St., 11-
    4PM. Sample an array of appetizers, entrees and desserts. $1 food tickets in
    front of Grand 14 Cinema and set off to experience as many of their offerings as
    you would like.
  • DIVAS Half Marathon and 5k Series - May 7, Ocean Blvd., 1st Ave. S./2nd Ave.
    S., N. Myrtle Beach. Visit runlikeadiva.com for more information and to register.
  • Plaza City Market - May 7 and recurring on Sunday until October 29, Nance
    Plaza, 9th Ave North, US-17 Business, Myrtle Beach,  (843) 685-3179.  11-3PM.
    Local vendors selling produce, baked goods, food, art, and artisan offerings.
    Food trucks every week!
  • Museum Matinees: Echoes of the Blue & Gray: Veterans of the Civil War - May
    10, Horry County Museum, 805 Main St., Conway, (843) 915-5320, 1-2PM.  The
    2017 Horry County Museum Documentary Film Series continues with the film
    Echoes of the Blue and Gray: Veterans of the Civil War. The survivors of the
    American Civil War wished that their sacrifices be remembered. And, as they
    marched with thinning ranks into a new century, the invention of the motion-
    picture camera enabled technology to record their moving image, their faces and
    voices, allowing us to remember them as something more than a stilted pose, a
    bronze statue, or a name on a marble headstone. This collection of newsreels
    allows one for the first time to actually see and hear the gallant heroes of the
    American Civil War. This film features the 1913 and 1938 Gettysburg Reunion,
    1917 Vicksburg Reunion; Famous Generals: Dan Sickles, Joe Wheeler, Nelson
    Miles; Famous Units: Irish Brigade, Forrest’s Cavalry, New York Zouaves; and the
    final reunions of the G.A.R. & U.C.V.
  • Conway Recreation Pitch Hit & Run for ages 7-14 (age as of July 17, 2017) - May
    13, 9AM.  843-488-1950. Official skills competition of the major league baseball.  
    Free.
  • Bike Week Spring Rally - May 12-21
  • 12th Annual Mayfest on Main - May 13, Main Street in North Myrtle Beach, 843-
    280-5570.  10-6PM. Featuring some of the best live musical acts, art, craft and
    food vendors, a community stage and a children’s area. Bring a beach chair.  You
    are sure to have a day full of fun with the family.
  • Birding Adventures at Hobcaw - May 13.  22 Hobcaw Road, Georgetown, 843-904-
    9017. 7:30-11:30AM. Come celebrate International Migratory Bird Day at Hobcaw
    Barony and learn about migrant and resident birds in our area including warblers,
    buntings, flycatchers, and shorebirds. Join Wendy Allen, Reserve Manager, for a
    guided birding trip through the forests and marshes of Hobcaw. Bring water,
    snack, and binoculars (if you have them). Cost: $10/person; weather permitting;
    limited to 14 participants; please call to register.
  • Showstopper Regionals Dance Competition - May 13-15.  Myrtle Beach
    Convention Center, 2101 N. Oak St., Myrtle Beach, 843-357-7469.  The largest,
    most renowned dance competition in the world, with more than 50 events each
    year.  Showstopper’s amazing stage sets are designed (and re-designed) to give
    performances a phenomenal frame, and we use special lighting to let each
    dancer steal the show. Toting our own professional and unique flooring and
    staging to every event ensures dancers are leaping and turning on a safe,
    consistent, and attractive surface. And our technical equipment produces some of
    the quickest chills in the business with top quality audio, including specially
    amplified tap sounds, and highest-standard multi-camera video recording shared
    on large-screen playback.
  • Museum Day Celebration at the Horry County Museum - May 13. Horry County
    Museum, 805 Main St., Conway, 843-915-5320.  10-4PM. Celebrate the Horry
    County Museum and our local history. Free to the public featuring various
    activities and stations throughout the day. Learn about Native Americans and
    local wildlife., fossil and mineral table, learn steps to the state dance, the Shag,
    and much more!
  • Grand Strand Humane Society Shoe Collection Drive Fundraiser Through May 14
    - Collecting new and used pairs of shoes to earn necessary funds for the care of
    our shelter pets. Any types of shoes are welcome. We earn funds towards pet
    care based on the number of pairs donated. Shoes may be dropped off during
    normal shelter hours. Visit http://www.grandstrandhumanesociety.com for more
    info.
  • Music on Main - May 18-Sept. 28, Main Street in North Myrtle Beach, 202 Main
    St., 843-280-5570. 7-9:00 Listen to live music, shop, and dance til’ you drop. Kick
    back and unwind with us in your beach chair on Main St. Admission: FREE Bring
    a Beach Chair All Ages.
  • Conway Recreation Community Clean-up Day - May 18,  843-488-1950 for more
    info.
  • X Con 10!!! THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY!!!  - May 19-21, Myrtle Beach
    Convention Center, 2101 N Oak St., Myrtle Beach, 843-839-4820. Noon-5PM  
    Special guests, Chelsea Talmadge, Jeremy Palko, Arthur Suydam, Carey Means,
    Amy Miller and Reggi Rolle.  Cosplay contests, nerd dating game, medieval
    fighting demos, tabletop gaming demos and tournaments, panels, workshops, fan
    meet-ups, and Adult and Kids cosplay contests, monster vendor’s room with
    every kind of cool fan favorite item from comics to toys and costumes! Also be
    incredibly talented artists of all styles and genres!!! X Con is family friendly and
    kids under 12 are free! Tickets are on sale NOW, visit www.xconworld.com for
    tickets and more information!!!
  • Pops in the Park: A Salute to America, Free concert - May 20, 5:30-7PM. NMB
    Park and Sports Complex, 150 Citizens Circle, Little River.  Bring a chair, fre
    admission.  In the case of rain the concert will be moved to the J. Bryan Floyd
    Community Center.
  • 36th Annual World Famous Blue Crab Festival - May 20-21.  Little River
    Waterfront, noon-5PM. 843-385-3180. The Blue Crab Festival is one of the
    largest festivals in the Southeast with attendance of more than 50,000. The
    festival will feature approximately 300 arts and crafts vendors, specialty food
    vendors, entertainment and a phenomenal children’s area.
  • J.A. COBB, THE ARTIST WHO CREATED RIBBIT THE EXHIBIT will be at
    Brookgreen Gardens - Saturday, May 20, 10:AM-3:30PM.  J.A. Cobb will present
    a special members-only program at 2:00 p.m. at the Lowcountry Center
    Auditorium, which will be free but requires reservations by calling (843) 235-6016.
  • George Wingard: Discovering Dave-Spirit Captured in Clay - May 20,  Horry
    County Museum, 805 Main St., Conway, 843-915-5320. 1-2PM.  Lecture by
    George Wingard, from the Savannah River Archaeological Research Program
    (SRARP), on the discovery of an alkaline-glazed stoneware vessel created by the
    enslaved potter Dave of Edgefield, South Carolina and discovered/excavated by
    the SRARP. He will also highlight its uses assisting with public outreach and
    discussing the importance of history and archaeology. A viewing of the film
    Discovering Dave: Spirit Captured in Clay will take place following the lecture.
  • Kayak on the Waccamaw Summer Series - May 20-Oct. 6. 2830 Oak St., Conway.
    843-915-7883. 10-noon. Guided trips are approximately 2 hours and are suitable
    for all experience levels. All equipment is provided. Special trips may be arranged
    for parties of 5 or more.  $25 trip.  Call Shannon Johnson for dates and more info.
    843-915-7883 /  or visit parksandrec.horrycounty.org
  • Pops in the Park: A Salute to America - May 20, North Myrtle Beach Park and
    Sports Complex, Sandhills Bank Amphitheater150 Citizens Circle, Little River, 843-
    340-4859. 5:30-7PM. Features a variety of iconic American masterpieces
    including elements of Swing, Modern Opera, and Patriotic music. Bring a chair or
    blank, FREE Concert. In the case of rain the concert will be moved to the J. Bryan
    Floyd Community Center.
  • Wash Day at the L.W. Paul Living History Farm - May 23 and recurring monthly
    on the 4th Tuesday, L.W. Paul Living History Farm, 2279 Harris Short Cut Rd.,
    Conway, 843-365-3596. 9-3PM.  Experience life on the “one horse farm” in Horry
    County from 1900-1955.  For more information, call the farm at 843-365-3596 or
    email hcgmuseum@horrycounty.org. For a full list of programs and events, visit
    our website at www.horrycountymuseum.org
  • Museum Matinees: South Carolina A to Z - May 24.  Horry County Museum, 805
    Main St., Conway, 843-915-5320.  1-2PM. Documentary Film Series. This film,
    part of the Carolina Stories Series by SCETV, takes a light-hearted look at
    favorite places and homegrown things, spanning the alphabet to showcase all
    that South Carolina is and has to offer. From the ACE Basin and the Arthur
    Ravenel Bridge to the Yorktown aircraft carrier and Zentrum (BMW’s visitor’s
    center), South Carolina A to Z is a vivid look at the unique offerings of South
    Carolina. Cameras spotlight the familiar (Brookgreen Gardens, Palmetto trees) to
    the not-so-familiar (Edgefield pottery, locally grown rice, UFO Welcome Center)
    for a glimpse of what makes our state so special.
  • First Annual Bold and Beautiful Buddies Camp Kemo Fundraiser in memory of Fat
    Harold - May 26. Maxwell’s at Billy the Kids, Little River.  Doors open 5PM / $50
    per person. Prime rib dinner, first beer or wine included.  Music, silent auction,
    games, prizes and fun! Contact Marlisa’s Wig Studio ofr tickets 843-424-1638..
    Provides support and services to children through Buddies Program. Providing
    wigs, hairpieces, hats to children undergoing cancer treatment, as well as
    scholarship assistance for children who wish to attend Camp Kemo, a week long
    summer camp for cancer patients.
  • May 26-29 Black Bike Week / Atlantic Beach Memorial Day Weekend Bike
    Festival.
  • Conway Recreation Summerfest - May 27, 10-6PM. Downtown Conway, 3rd Ave.
    and Laurel St. 843-488-1950.  Arts and crafts, entertainment, kids play zone,
    shopping, dining, honoring our military.
  • Surfside Beach Memorial Day Cookout - May 28. Passive Park, Live Music – Sea
    Cruz, Corner of Surfside Drive & Yaupon Drive. 4-7PM. For more information
    contact Debbie Ellis 843-650-9548 or dellis@surfsidebeach.org
  • 7th Annual Dirty Myrtle Mud Run - May 27,  Waterbridge at Carolina Forest Blvd.,
    843-267-7443. Have fun, compete and get muddy this May at the T-Mobile Dirty
    Myrtle Mud Run in Myrtle Beach, SC! This 3 mile race is a great mix of endurance
    and fun. PARTICIPANT REGISTRATION AND PACKET PICK-UP FOR THE T-
    MOBILE DIRTY MYRTLE MUD RUN BEGINS AT 7:30 AM ON SATURDAY RACE
    START TIMES: MENS OPEN – 9:00 AM WOMENS OPEN – 9:30 AM MIXED
    INDIVIDUALS – 10:00 AM ROCKIN JUMP KID’S MUD RUN – 10:30 AM LIVE MUSIC
    FROM 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
  • Military Appreciation Day Parade - May 27. Market Common. 10:30am along parts
    of Howard Avenue and Farrow Parkway.
  • Brookgreen Gardens  Sculpture Exhibit - May 27 – July 23 “Recent Acquisitions,
    2014-2017”.  This exhibit will feature works by Stanley Bleifeld (1924-2011),
    Marion Roller (1916 -2012), and Domenico Facci (1916-1994), all of whom are
    represented by multiple sculptures in the Brookgreen Gardens collection. It will
    also include medallic art by important sculptors in this specialized field which has
    been an acquisition focus in recent years. The exhibit is free with garden
    admission.
  • Memorial Day Golf Cart Parade - May 28, Ocean Blvd., Surfside Beach.  1-2PM.
  • Brookgreen GardensWhite, and Blue Salute to Veterans  - May 27-29.
    Brookgreen staff and volunteers will place flags throughout the gardens at
    patriotic sculpture and sculpture created by veterans. Printed information about
    these artists and their work is available at the Welcome Center.
  • Brookgreen Gardens Breakfast with the Butterflies, Saturday, May 27.  Take part
    in a colorful celebration at the Butterfly House and enjoy a delicious catered
    breakfast buffet and children’s activities and crafts. In addition, all guests will
    receive a 30 minute-timed admission (10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.) to Whispering Wings
    Butterfly House. Children will receive their own pair of butterfly wings to wear and
    take home.  Ticket Information - Members: Adult $20/Child $15 General public:
    Adult $25/Child $20 (includes garden admission)  Space is limited. Call (843) 235-
    6016. Tickets include garden admission, breakfast, admission to Butterfly House,
    crafts, activities, butterfly wings (one per child) and tote bag for each family.
  • Conway Recreation Fall Youth Sports Registration - May 29, 843-488-1950.
  • Veterans March - May 29, 9AM. In honor of Memorial Day and in concert with the
    Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association, a Veterans March on Ocean Boulevard
    will travel from 16th Ave. N. to Ninth Ave. N.   
  • Memorial Day Service -  May 29, 2:30PM.  Honoring our Veterans, Veterans
    Memorial in Fuller Park, Surfside Dr., Surfside Beach.
  • Memorial Day Ceremony - May 29, Plaza at the Convention Center. Everyone is
    invited. Sponsored by the Military Appreciation Committee and the City of Myrtle
    Beach at 11AM.
  • Museum Matinees: Over Here, The Homefront During World War I -  May 31,
    Venue: Horry County Museum, 805 Main St., Conway, 843-915-5320.  1-2PM.
    Film Series continues with Over Here: The Homefront During World War I. This
    film, part of the Carolina Stories Series by SCETV, examines why African-
    Americans supported the war effort and how they were disappointed by the
    response to their efforts; women’s roles and how the war played a part in the
    women’s movement; military camps and what they meant for South Carolina cities;
    and how the influenza epidemic in 1918 impacted the state.



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  • June 5-9th - Summer Soccer Camp sponsored by Trinity Church of Myrtle
    Beach Children and Youth Ministries at YMCA SOCCER FIELDS, 904 65th Ave.
    North, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572. Ages 4 - 11, 9-12PM, registration fee $25 per
    child / family max $50. For registration & payments visit online at http:\\www.
    TrinityMyrtleBeach.org or call 843-448-8426. Trinity Church, 3000 N. Kings Hwy,
    Myrtle Beach, SC 29577.  
  • EVERY THURSDAY - "Line dancing with the Stars" you can be one of the stars.
    Sonia formerly with DANCERUS New YORK. 10AM-Noon. Great music all genres
    to all styles of music from rock pop, latin music, big band as well as country. Make
    new friends and execise at the same time. First class is FREE. Swipe a card with
    the City of Myrtle Beach for $23.00 for 10 visits ($2.30 per class).
  • June 1 - Never lined before?  The Basic Beginner class is for you. 12-2 PM. This
    class will teach the Basic steps for the next level of line dancing. You will learn
    routines and technique to apply to the next level of dance. Base Recreation
    Center, 800 Gabreski Lane, Myrtle Beach, 843-918-2380 / Sonia 843-945-1080
    or email dancerus.ric.sonia@gmail.com
  • VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL - June 26-30th.  Children ages 5 -12,  9 AM - 12 PM.  
    This free event will be an exciting week of singing, crafts, snacks, games, other
    interactive activities and learning about God's love in Kidsville.  Located at: Myrtle
    Beach Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 2351 Carolina Forest Blvd, Myrtle Beach,
    SC 29579.  For more information call Vernice Godoy at 843-504-5466 or email:
    mrsgodoy1@yahoo.com
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