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  • Freedom Readers.  GET INVOLVED ~ One-on-one after school tutoring throughout
    Horry/Georgetown Counties. Freedom Readers mission is to improve reading skills
    in low-income communities by providing one-to-one literacy tutoring, free books for
    home libraries, and an inspiring, high-energy learning environment. We still need a
    few strong tutors to get involved at one of our 18 locations in Horry and
    Georgetown Counties. We are also accepting application for our Summer 2018
    session. For more information please visit or call
    Want to get involved with Freedom Readers but can’t fit tutoring into your busy
    schedule right now? We have the perfect solution. Check out the list of books our
    scholars love and donate a set. Send us 20 books and give every child at one of
    our 18 sites a special gift to treasure. Donate 360 of one of these books and you’ll
    have the satisfaction of knowing that you gave a book to every scholar enrolled in
    our Spring 2018 session. Let us take the guess work out of book donations. Simply
    type Amazon Smile into your web browser and have the books shipped to our office
    at 1012 16th Ave. NW Surfside Beach, SC 29575. Not only will you bring smiles to
    the faces of deserving children, but Amazon will make a donation to Freedom
    Readers for every purchase if you order through Amazon Smile. Thanks in advance
    for your support. Thanks for showing us your love in the month of Valentines!
    years of age and feel unsafe, abused or need help.... CALL 832-331-3025 Hotline
    7 days week  · Business 843-331-3025.  Somewhere to Go. Someone to Help.
    retiring, long established business. Loyal Customer Base, Shoppers Paradise!  
    10,000 + items of inventory.  843-283-1720 financing available.
  • 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.   

  • Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Coastal Carolina University is having a
    garage/tag/yard/thrift/treasure sale, Saturday, March 10, 8AM-Noon.  Exercise
    equipment, jewelry, furniture, knick-knacks, books, small kitchen appliances,
    dishes, and much more for sale to support OLLI@CCU.  Open to the public. Myrtle
    Beach Education Center 900 79th N. Myrtle Beach 29572
    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.

    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.
  • 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. 7:00 AM.  13 Buccaneer
    Street, Captains Cove, Murrells Inlet.  


  • Dinosaurs!  Through April 29.  Brookgreen Gardens Lowcountry Zoo, 1931
    Brookgreen Drive Murrells Inlet, 9:30-5:00 PM.  Call 843-235-6000 for more info
    and Admission prices.  Animatronic Dinosaurs—The exhibit features 17 lifelike
    dinosaur animatronics
  • Feeding Frenzy - Through April 2, 1-2PM.  Hobcaw Barony Discovery Center/North
    Inlet-Winyah Bay Estuarine Research Reserve, 22 Hobcaw Rd., Georgetown, 843-
    904-9017.  Feeding time at the Hobcaw Barony Discovery Center is the most
    exciting time of day-for our animals at least! Help Reserve staff feed hungry exhibit
    critters, including local species of fish, crabs, turtles, snakes, and even an alligator!
    During the feeding, learn about the animals’ biology and their natural habitats. Free
    for everyone, call 843-904-9017 to register.
  • Horry County Museum Matinees - Every Wednesday, 1PM. 843-915-5320.  Visit for more information.
  • Myrtle Beach Marathon - March 1-3, starts at 6:30AM just South of the intersection
    of Grissom Parkway and 21 Ave. N.,Myrtle Beach; the finish line will be in the
    parking lot at Pelicans Ballpark. The Myrtle Beach Marathon is an annual tradition
    that attracts thousands of people from all over the country. The course is described
    as fast, flat and absolutely beautiful. The 21st running of the Myrtle Beach
    Marathon includes: the Myrtle Beach Marathon, Half Marathon, Marathon Team
    Relay, 5k and Family Fun Run.   Visit for event times and listing.  
    More information call 843-918-1500.
  • Palmetto Regional Robotics Competition - March 2-3, 8AM.  Myrtle Beach
    Convention Center, 2101 North Oak Street, Myrtle Beach.  The competition is an
    intense three-day competitive event showcasing robots developed and operated by
    dozens of high school teams from all over the world.  Each year the competition
    reaches more than 70,000 students on over 3,500 teams in competitions held
    across the USA and in other parts of the world. The competitions are high-tech
    spectator sporting events, the result of lots of focused brainstorming, real-world
    teamwork, dedicated mentoring, project timelines, and deadlines.  Colleges,
    universities, corporations, businesses, and individuals provide scholarships to our
    participants. Involved engineers experience again many of the reasons they chose
    engineering as a profession, and the companies they work for contribute to the
    community while they prepare and create their future workforce. The competition
    shows students that the technological fields hold many opportunities and that the
    basic concepts of science, math, engineering, and invention are exciting and
    interesting.   Free event and free parking.
  • “A Seussical Day to Read and Play”  - Saturday, March 2 (Dr. Seuss’s birthday), 10-
    2PM, Brookgreen Gardens at the Wall Lowcountry Center, 1931 Brookgreen Dr.,
    Murrells Inlet.    The event is in celebration of Read Across America Day, the
    annual nationwide event.  Families are invited to come together to enjoy and read
    aloud of books that convey the appreciation of art, nature, and conservation as
    experienced at Brookgreen Gardens.  Themed make-and-take crafts and activities
    will be available. Children and adults are encouraged to dress like their favorite
    book characters.  Activities will close with a celebration of Dr. Seuss’s birthday.  The
    program is free with garden admission. For more information, contact Stephanie
    Atkinson, Coordinator for Nature Education Development, at 843-235-6055 or visit for more informaiton.  Activities will include: Meet the Animals
    Presentations at 11, 12, and 1; On the Hour Read Alouds; Temporary Tattoo
    Station; Outdoor Games, Hopscotch, Corn hole, Scavenger Hunt,  Bubble station,
    Chalk, Green egg relay race, Building words with scrabble letters; Mr. Brown Can
    Moo Can You: Alphabet Challenge;  Science Exploration Stations: Oobleck, Bird
    Beak Experiment, Spaghetti Slime, Apple Experiment, Sensory Bucket; and lots of
    make and take crafts!
  • 6TH ANNUAL HOEDOWN presented by Barnabas Horse Foundation - March 3, 6-
    9PM.  Dinner, Dance, Silent Auction, Raffles & More. Oceanside Village Amenity
    Center, Surfside Beach, 2040 Dipper, Surfside Beach, 843-241-3331 for tickets
    and more information
  • The Myrtle Beach State Park Amazing Race - Saturday, March 3, 9-2PM.  4401 S.
    Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach, 843-238-0874.  This “Amazing Race” contest covers 4.5
    miles. Enjoy a day of friendly competition using your wits, athleticism, and problem-
    solving skills to answer questions about nature, complete challenges, and solve
    puzzles. This year is all about sea turtles! Cleverness and teamwork will be your
    only tools; no technology allowed! For a leg up in the race, make sure you are
    familiar with the park. Teams of two must include at least one adult (18 or over),
    and no one under 12. Registration $75 per team (no checks). T-shirt, bag,
    participant medal, and snacks are included. All teams will receive a State Park
    prize! Email or call the Nature Center at 843-238-0874
    before February 10.  Race is limited to 30 teams,  register early!
  • Terrain Racing -  Saturday, March 3.  Myrtle Beach Speedway, 455 Hospitality Ln.,
    Myrtle Beach, 8-3:00 PM.  
  • Warrior Wednesdays - March 7, 14, 21. Honoring our military, first responders, and
    teachers with a free movie.  Limited space.  Frank Theatres, 220 Rivertown Blvd,
    Conway, 843-365-9000.
  • Conway High Performing Arts presents Les Miserables - March 8-11.  Call 843-488-
    0662 and times or visit
  • Socastee High School Preforming Arts presents Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” -
    March 8-11.Visit to purchase tickets and show
  • Bike to the Boardwalk - March 9-April 27. Bike 5 miles round trip through pristine
    property of Hobcaw Barony to the Reserve’s beautiful salt marsh boardwalk on
    North Inlet estuary. 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).  No charge, weather permitting, limited to 15
    participants. Call 843-904-9017 to register.
  • Bike to the Boardwalk - March 9-April 27, 1-3PM  Hobcaw Barony Discovery
    Center/North Inlet-Winyah Bay Estuarine Research Reserve, 22 Hobcaw Road,
    Georgetown.  843-904-9017. 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, maybe your
    camera/binoculars. Cost: FREE; weather permitting: limited to 15 participants. Call
    843-904-9017 to register.
  • IKF Spring Eastern Muay Thai / Kickboxing Classic Fights! -  Friday & Saturday,
    March 9-10, 8-11PM.  Crown Reef Conference Center, 2913 South Ocean Blvd.
    Myrtle Beach, 843-773-1005.  Some of the best Muay Thai / Kickboxers across the
    country gather to determine who is the best fighter in the region! Great food, music
    and fight action in a boxing ring at center mass decorated with theatrical lighting
    and more! Las Vegas fight night comes to the Grand Strand with 3 Big Shows.  
    Friday night at 8 PM, Saturday from 9 AM to 5 PM and Saturday night at 7 PM for a
    super show including the Mens IKF Welterweight United States Kickboxing
    Championship. Tickets visit  
  • Classics in Concert - March 9, 7:30-9PM.  J. Bryan Floyd Community Center, 1030
    Possum Trot Rd., North Myrtle Beach, 843-340-4859.  The North Myrtle Beach
    Community Band and the Carolinas Wind Orchestra will perform a joint concert at
    the J. Bryan Floyd Comnunity Center.  The program will include a variety of concert
    band works from composers Rossano Gallante, Julie Giroux, Alfred Reed and many
    others. The Carolinas Wind Orchestra hail from Rock Hill, SC and are affiliated with
    Winthrop University.   Free Admission.
  • Canadian-American Days Festival - March 10 - March 18, 2018.
  • Sawmill Saturday at the Farm - March 10, 9:30-11:30 AM.  L. W. Paul Living History
    Farm, 2279 Harris Short Cut Road, Conway, 843365-3596.  Experience life on the
    one horse family farm in Horry County from 1900-1955. See the sawmill in
    operation.  For a full list of programs and events at the Horry County Museum and
    L. W. Paul Living History Farm, visit our website at
  • Huntington “3 in 1 Day” Celebration! - Saturday, March 10, Atalaya Castle at
    Huntington Beach State Park. Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington shared the same
    birthday, and they were married on their birthday too. This is a ticketed event
    through the Friends of Huntington Beach State Park. Tickets will be available for
    purchase at Atalaya on the day of the event.
  • Surfside Beach BBQ Festival - Saturday, March 10, 10-4PM. Surfside Dr. near the
    pier, Surfside Beach.  Live entertainment will be provided by bluegrass band, The
    Crave & Company from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and country band, The Josh
    Brannon Band, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Local arts and crafts vendors,
    informational vendors and snack vendors will be on site.  There will be inflatables
    and games for children.  The public is encouraged to vote for “Best BBQ” during
    the day. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.  For more information
    call 843.650.9548 or
  • 18th Annual Spring Tour of Homes - March 10, 10-4PM.  Franklin G. Burroughs -
    Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum, 3100 S. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach.  Call 843-238-
    2510 to purchase tickets and for more information. $45 in advance / $50 day of .  
    See eclectic assortment of unique and stylish homes in some of the finest
    neighborhoods in Myrtle Beach with a buffet lunch at The Dunes Golf and Beach
    Club, 9000 North Ocean Boulevard, Myrtle Beach, 11:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. $22 per
  • 2018 Run To The Sun Car Show - March 15-17.  The Run to the Sun Car Show,
    one of the largest in the Southeast, brings thousands of classic cars to Myrtle
    Beach for a weekend-long event. In addition to bringing classic-car enthusiasts
    from around the country together, the show raises money for the Children’s Miracle
    Network and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Thursday 8-5 / Friday 8-4  /  
    Saturday 8-10.   Former Myrtle Square Mall, 2501 Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach,
  • Cheer LTD Nationals at CANAM - March 16.  Friday-Sunday, March 16-18.  Myrtle
    Beach Convention Center. Over 300 teams from across the country meet in Myrtle
    Beach for a weekend full of cheerleading! Cheer Ltd Nationals at CANAM has been
    in Myrtle Beach, SC for 30 years and continues its tradition of cheerleading
    competition at the beach! Tickets: Weekend Pass , 3 days, $55 per person; Any
    Two-Day Pass, $40 per person; One-Day Pass, $20 per person. Children 10 and
    under free.
  • The Luck of the MarshWalk - Saturday, March 17.  Dress up in your best green
    gear for a chance to win $1,000 in cash during The Luck of the MarshWalk this St.
    Patrick’s Day. Collect a colored coin from each restaurant and bar along the
    Murrells Inlet MarshWalk for your chance to win the $1,000 prize. Secret
    Leprechauns will wander through the parties giving out coins to their favorite
    costumed participants.
  • Wonders of the World Joy Prom 2018 - March 17.  Full scale prom for special
    needs individuals in our community.  Enjoy red carpet treatment, buffet dinner and
    dance the night away. Visit for more information, to register, and
    to help volunteer.
  • 30th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Festival - Saturday, March 17. Main Street,
    North Myrtle Beach. This one-day, rain or shine event brings approximately 30,000
    to celebrate being Irish and welcome the coming of spring. A parade begins the day
    at 9AM (be there at 8:20 for best viewing), followed by three stages of live music
    and a children’s area with rides and amusements from 11-4PM. Approximately 150
    vendors will display their crafts, services, information, products along Main St.  Free
    Admission & Free Parking.
  • 8th Annual Myrtle Beach Irish Fest - March 17.  Valor Park - The Market Common,
    1150 Farrow Parkway Myrtle Beach, 11AM-7PM.  843-267-7443. Live Irish Music,
    40 plus vendors, kids activities and more.
  • VFW / 5TH Annual ST. PATRICK’S FUND-RAISING DINNER - Saturday, March 17,
    11AM-4PM.  Corned Beef and Cabbage, $13.00; Shepherd’s Pie $10.00.  OPEN
    TO THE PUBLIC at VFW Post 10420, 4359 Hwy. 17 Bypass, Murrells Inlet.
    Questions, call 843-651-6900.
  • Traditional Music at the Farm -  March 17, 1-3:30PM. L. W. Paul Living History
    Farm, 2279 Harris Short Cut Road Conway, 843- 365-3596.  Enjoy a traditional
    music demonstration featuring sounds that instruments can make that are similar to
    the sounds of farm animals and other things herd in the farming community.  Free
    event and open to the public.
  • Carolina Master Chorale Hunchback Notre Dame - March 18, 3-5:30PM. 843-444-
    5774. Theatre of the Republic and the Carolina Master Chorale unite for one of the
    biggest concert productions on the Grand Strand . With the cast of 35 from the
    Theatre of the Republic’s Hunchback of Notre Dame and the 75 member Carolina
    Master Chorale we are bringing costumes, dance, acting, singing, video, lighting of
    The Hunchback of Notre Dame in a different form from the TOR Staged version.
    You will want to see them both. This Concert production will be held at Beach
    Church, 557 George Bishop Parkway, Myrtle Beach This production is a fund
    raising event for the Carolina Master Chorale a 5013c organization. Visit for tickets and more information.
  • Music In Time - March 18, 3PM.   First United Methodist Church, 901 N. Kings Hwy.,
    Myrtle Beach.
  • Whiskers, Wags and Wine - Tuesday, March 20, 6-9PM. To benefit the North Myrtle
    Beach Humane Society. Visit for more information.
  • Behind the Lab Coats - March 21, 2018, 1-3:30PM. Hobcaw Barony Discovery
    Center/North Inlet-Winyah Bay Estuarine Research Reserve, 22 Hobcaw Road,
    Georgetown, 843-904-9017.  Take a tour of the lab and talk to the scientists about
    their projects and research. Free event, limited space call for reservations.
  • Carolina Forest Performing Arts presents West Side Store - March 21-25.  Visit for times of show, and ticket information.
  • Water’s Edge Snowbird Crafters will host a craft and bake sale - Friday, March 23,
    9AM until sold out at Water’s Edge Resort, 1012 N. Waccamaw Drive, Garden City
    Beach, SC in the Community Room on the lower level. All items are handmade with
    a wide variety  of merchandise and everything is reasonably priced! This event is
    open to the public and all proceeds will benefit the Veteran’s Welcome Home and
    Resource Center in Little River.
  • Birds of Prey Day - March 24 1PM..  Huntington Beach State Park, 16148 Ocean
    Highway, Murrells Inlet, 843-235-8755.  Enjoy a day of bird theme programs and
    events at South Carolina’s No. 1 birding destination! The park’s resident bald
    eagles should be getting ready to fledge their chicks, and another highlight will be a
    free-flight live raptor.
  • Saltwater Highland Games - March 23-25, 6-10PM. North Myrtle Beach Sports
    Complex, 150 Citizens Circle, Little River.  The Saltwater Highland Games &
    Heritage Festival is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the
    Celtic Heritage through music, athletics and customs of the Scottish Heritage and
    the continuance of the Gaelic culture. Race proceeds will benefit Special Olympics.  
    Friday, March 23, 5K Run, Doggy Dash and Ceilidh Welcome Party; Saturday,
    March 24, Highland Games, Kids Games, Car Show, Music, Border Collies, Food,
    Merchandise, and more!; Sunday, March 25, Kirkin O’ Tartans, Highland Games,
    Kids Games, Car Show, Music, Border Collies, Food, Merchandise, and more!  visit
  • 2018 Grand Strand/Pee Dee Walk to Defeat ALS - March 24, 9-12 noon.  Grand
    Park at The Market Common, Myrtle Beach. Your participation in the Walk to Defeat
    ALS has a direct impact on people living with ALS and their families at the local
    level. Through education, support groups, access to care and advocacy, we are a;;
    working to defeat ALS and provide hope to people affected by ALS and their
  • Battle at the Beach Cheer Leading - March 24. Cheer Leading and dance
    competition  Myrtle Beach Convention Center. Visit spiritssports. com for
    information or
  • Easter Egg Hunt - March 24, 10-12noon.  Langston Baptist Church, 763 Hwy. 905,
    Conway.  843-365-5141.
  • Plankton of North Inlet - March 27, 1-3:30PM.   Hobcaw Barony Discovery
    Center/North Inlet-Winyah Bay Estuarine Research Reserve, 22 Hobcaw Road
    Georgetown, 843-904-9017.  Join Reserve staff and USC Baruch Marine Lab
    Director, Dr. Dennis Allen, to learn about the interesting microscopic creatures that
    make up the plankton community in North Inlet. Participants will examine live
    plankton with microscopes, learn to identify plankton species, and also learn
    sampling methods scientists use to collect them. Free event, limited to 14
    participants, call 843-904-9017 to register.
  • DBC Job Fair - March 28, Myrtle Beach Convention Center, 2101 N. Oak Street,
    Myrtle Beach.
  • Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt - Thurs, March 29, 7:30 PM.  Riverfront Park. Conway
    Parks and Recreation.  See ad pg.
  • Surfside Beach Easter Egg Hunt & Kids Fair - March 31, 1-4PM. 843-650-9548.
    Easter Egg Hunt at 1 PM at Huckabee Complex for children ages 10 & under.  
    Children’s Festival at 1:30-3PM with inflatables, games, kid friendly vendors and
    concessions for sale.
  • North Myrtle Beach Easter Egg Hunt - Saturday, March 31. McLean Park, 93 Oak
    Dr., North Myrtle Beach.  The Easter Bunny will hand out candy to all the children
    that attend.  Egg hunt begins at 10 sharp, and other activities between 10 a.m. and
    noon.  Wear your Easter best to have your picture made with Ms. Blossom. Egg
    hunt areas are divided by age groups (infant and above) and there are many other
    activities for all ages.  The North Strand Optimist Club will provide refreshments.
    This is the 35th year for this event. Volunteers Needed from 8-1PM for this event,
    contact Gregg Barnhill 843-280-5673 or email:
  • 2018 MI2020 Race for the Inlet - March 31, 8AM.  Murrells Inlet. Visit murrellsinletsc.
    com for registration forms and more info.
  • Fireworks Extravaganza - March 31, 8:30PM, Broadway at the Beach.
For sale by owner merchandise, located in Horry / Georgetown county, priced at ;
$10 or more, and a phone number for contact.

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  • Breakfast with the Easter
    Bunny at the Market
    Common - $10 per person
    (complimentary for ages 3
    and under) and includes
    coffee, soft drinks, juice or
    milk. Tax and gratuity not
    included.  March 17, 9-
    11AM. Tupelo Honey,
    3042 Howard Ave, Myrtle
    Beach, 843-839-3500 and
    make reservations. March
    24, 9-11AM. Travinia,
    4011 Deville St., Myrtle
    Beach. Call 843-839-3500
    to make reservations.  
    March 31 - 9-11AM.  
    Gordon Biersch, 3060
    Howard Ave., Myrtle
    Beach.  Call to make
    reservations 843-839-
  • Ripley’s Aquarium Easter
    Bunny breakfast and more
    - April 15, 8AM.  Meet the
    Easter Bunny, Easter
    Giveways, Easter Egg
    Hunt.  Members free /
    guests $10.99 + tax.  Make
    your reservation today
  • Children’s Museum -
    Easter Bunny is ready to
    celebrate, so bring your
    kids to join in the fun.
    Children can participate in
    an egg hunt, create crafts
    and gifts, play games and
    have a photo made with
    their rabbit pal. For more
    information call 843-946-

CanAm Days Festival
March 10-18
The Myrtle Beach Area Chamber
of Commerce will host the 57th
annual Canadian-American Days
Festival with a bevy of events
from March 10-18, 2018.
Thousands of friends from the
north flock to our beautiful
beaches for the fun celebrations.
Gear up for a variety of FREE
events including concerts, golf
tournaments, discounts and
more. Check out these events!

Complimentary Coffee and
Pastries daily at the Myrtle
Beach Area Chamber office,
1200 N. Oak St., Myrtle Beach.

March 14-15: Explore downtown
Conway, including the Riverwalk
and Horry County Museum, and
experience the unique shopping
and dining of this historic
riverfront city. A free shuttle
departs the Myrtle Beach Area
Chamber office at 8:30AM, 10
AM, and 11:30AM; it returns from
Conway at 2PM, 3:30PM, and

9-4 PM – Self-guided tours of
the Horry County Museum
10-3 PM – Bryan House Tour,
606 Main St. Cost is $5 and
tours start on the hour.
9:30-4 PM. – Waccamaw River
Tours, meet at Conway Visitor
Center. Tours start on the hour.
9:30 AM – Kingston Presbyterian
Church Talk
1 PM, 2 PM, and 3:30 PM. –
Candle and soap-making demo,
1101 Third Ave., Conway
2 PM – Conway City Hall History
Talk, 229 Main St.
2 PM and 3:30 PM – Wine
tasting at Encore. Cost is $6.
3:30 PM – Live Oak Tree Walk
4:30 PM – History and Haunts