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  • Cooking Demonstration at the Farm - August 2, 11-3PM. L. W. Paul Living History
    Farm, 2279 Harris Short Cut Road, Conway, 843-365-3596. Experience life on the
    “one horse farm” in Horry County from 1900-1955. For more information 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 www.
  • Carolina Forest Recreation Center Scrapbook Crop - Aug. 3-8, 9-5PM. Cochran
    Administration Building, 2254 Carolina Forest Blvd, Myrtle Beach, Call 843-915-
    5332 for more information. Fee $10.  
  • Craftsmen’s Summer Classic Art & Craft Festival, August 3-5, 10-6PM. Myrtle
    Beach Convention Center, 2101 N. Oak St. Myrtle Beach.  August 3, 2018– Fri.
    (Hours: 10am – 6pm) August 4, 2018– Sat. (Hours: 10am – 6pm) August 5, 2018–
    Sun. (Hours: 11am – 5pm) Features original designs and work from hundreds of
    talented artists and craftspeople from across America. See the creative process in
    action as many exhibitors demonstrate throughout the weekend. There is
    something for every style, taste and budget with items from the most traditional to
    the most contemporary. This show is a multiple winner of Sunshine Artist “200 Best”
    awards and consistently awarded the “Top 20 Events” award by The Southeast
    Tourism Society. 2018 Admission: $8/Adult, $1/Child (6-12), Under 6 Free Check
    back on this page 2 weeks before the event to Save $2.00 Off each adult
    admission when you buy advance tickets online! Enjoy All 3 Days With Your FREE
    Return Pass (Return admission requires a FREE Return Ticket which must be
    obtained at the Show Office before leaving the show. Photo ID is required for the
    FREE Return Pass.) Ticket Prices & Hours Subject to Change. Must have Printer to
    print Tickets. No Digital images accepted. For Online Ticket Purchases: No
    duplicate ticket will be allowed. Dupliate tickets will result in additional charges.
    Group Tickets available in quantities of 15 or more. 336-282-5550.
  • 2018 NPC Stewart Fitness Grand Strand Championships presents Beachbody Tour
    - August 4, 10AM-9PM. Myrtle Beach Convention Center, 2101 North Oak Street,
    Myrtle Beach.  704-449-5603 Experience the most exciting bodybuilding contests to
    take place in South Carolina. Competition divisions range from Junior, Novice,
    Teen, Masters for both men and women. Vendors will be on-site.
  • Indie Market on Laurel - August 4, 10-5PM. 104 Laurel Street, Conway, 843) 248-
    4527.  Located along the Waccamaw River, the Indie Market bubbles up with
    creativity featuring a variety of goods for sale from over 50 local artists, artisans,
    designers, and vintage makers, including handmade soaps and candles, precious
    glass and pottery, handcrafted pine needle baskets, colorful fibers, beautiful
    jewelry, healthful holistic products and local culinary. The Indie Market is all about
    Handmade, Homegrown, Local Goodness! Artist Demos, Food Trucks, Live Music,
    and Beer & Wine Sales.
  • Tobacco Heritage Day at the Farm - August 4, 9-3PM. L. W. Paul Living History
    Farm, 2279 Harris Short Cut Road, Conway.  Experience life on the ‘one horse
    family farm’ from 1900-1955 at the L.W. Paul Living History Farm. For much of the
    20th century, tobacco was the main cash crop for Horry County and the Pee Dee
    Region. For more information call 843-365-3596 or email the Horry County Museum
    at For a full list of programs, visit our website at www.
  • Pasta Night at the VFW in Little River - August 6, 6:00pm - 8:00pm.  VFW Post
    10804, 111 State Hwy 57 N, Little River, South Carolina 29566.  Heralded by the
    Italian organization, CIAIO, this meal is one of the best Italian meals on the coast.
    You are offered a choice of penne pasta or spaghetti as you go through the
    serving line. Then the best meatballs this side of Naples are piled on your plate,
    leaving room for the delicious Italian sausage followed by the chicken parm! Extra
    parmigiana cheese and bread and salad complement this outstanding dinner meal.
    And drinks, including wine, are available in the Canteen at very reasonable prices.
    Dinner is only $8.00. No gratuities are requested but you can always donate the the
    VFW National Home for Children if you wish.  Call the VFW Post at 843-399-0877 to
    make your reservation.
  • Surfside Beach Beach Luau - August 6, 6-9PM. Surfside Beach Pier, Ocean Blvd.,
    Surfside Beach, 843-650-9548.
  • The Market Common’s Movies Under the Stars: Despicable Me 3 - August 8, 9-
    11PM. Valor Park, Market Common, 4002 Deville St., Myrtle Beach, 843-839-3500.
    Free Friday Morning Movies -August 10, 9:30AM-11:30AM, “Alvin and the
    Chipmunks”, Myrtle Beach Bowl, 101 Gray Dr., Myrtle Beach, 843-236-1020.  First
    come, first serve, no reservations.
  • Museum Matinee:Chasing the Swamp Fox - August 8, 1-2PM.  Horry County
    Museum, 805 Main Street, Conway.  The Horry County Museum Documentary Film
    Matinees will continue throughout 2018. For a full list of films, visit our website at For more information, call the Horry County Museum
    at 843-915-5320 or e-mail
  • National Sculpture Society 85th Annual Awards Exhibition - August 11-October 28.  
    Brookgreen Gardens, 1931 Brookgreen Drive, Murrells Inlet.  The annual juried
    exhibition of the National Sculpture Society, the oldest professional organization of
    sculptors in America, presents the work of masters alongside rising stars in
    American sculpture. Brookgreen Gardens is the only venue for this exhibit. Fifteen
    awards are presented by the Society along with the popular People’s Choice
    Award, determined by votes of visitors to Brookgreen Gardens. This exhibit is on
    display in both the Jenniwein and Noble Galleries in the Rainey Sculpture Pavilion
    and is free with garden admission.
  • Movies Under the Stars at McLean - August 10,  McLean Park, 93 Oak Drive, North
    Myrtle Beach.   “Sherlock Gnomes”, PG Movies will begin 15 minutes after sunset.  
    Bring your beach chair, blanket, grab popcorn and a drink from the North Myrtle
    Beach Lions Club.  Admission is FREE.  For day of event weather information call
    the ‘Rec Check’ hotline at (843) 280-5594 ext. 3.
  • Sunday Brunch at the VFW in Little River - August 12, 9-11AM, VFW Post 10804,
    111 State Hwy 57 N, Little River.  Omelettes , scrambled eggs, poached eggs on
    muffins, home fries, breakfast sausage, bacon, corned beef hash, biscuits and
    gravy, toast, orange juice, and coffee. All for only $7.00.
  • Season of Valor: The Battle of the Bulge Film Series - August 11, 1-2PM.  Horry
    County Museum, 805 Main Street, Conway,  This program is free to the public. To
    view a full list of Museum events and programs, visit www
  • SOS Memorial Golf Tournament - August 11, 8:30-1PM. Possum Trot Golf Course,
    1170 Possum Trot Rd., North Myrtle Beach, 843-449-0554. Join SOS for a great
    day of golf including food from several local vendors, beer, raffle prizes, mulligan
    packages, Golf Pong, contests, and more! Shot gun start begins at 8:30am, and
    the tournament is Captain’s Choice. Proceeds benefit SOS’s programs for children
    and adults with Autism and intellectual disabilities.
  • Pepper Geddings Recreation Center After School Program Registration -  August
    13.  843-918-2280.
  • Concert on the Green Market Common -  August 16, 7:00-10:00pm.  Jimmy Buffet
    Tribute Show, A1A at Valor Park.  Beer, wine, soft drinks, snacks available, no
    coolers permitted.  Bring chairs or blanket.  843-839-3500.
  • Free Friday Morning Movies -August 17, 9:30AM-11:30AM, “The Good Dinosoar”,
    Myrtle Beach Bowl, 101 Gray Dr., Myrtle Beach, 843-236-1020.  First come, first
    serve, no reservations.
  • North Myrtle Beach Park and Recreation Sounds of Summer Concert August 17, 7-
    9PM.  843-280-5570.
  • Movies on the Water at Marina Park - August 17, 7:15 PM to 10:15 PM,  Marina
    Park at Grande Dunes, 8201 Marina Parkway, Myrtle Beach, 877-347-2633. Movie
    starts at 8:00 PM featuring Life of Pi.   Family-friendly event, Concessions will be
    available for purchase at event Bring your own blankets and lawn chairs!
  • Hawaiin Luau Dance - August 18,  6:30 - 9:30 PM.  J. B. Floyd Recreation Center,
    1030 Possum Trot Road, North Myrtle Beach, 703-795-0650.
  • Junior Farmers at the Farm - August 18, 9-11AM. L. W. Paul Living History Farm,
    2279 Harris Short Cut Road, Conway.  A free, family friendly program open to
    children ages 5-10 and focuses on the traditions and workings of an early 1900s
    farm family. Parents must remain with children. To participate, pre-register with
    Marion Haynes at or 843-915-7861.
  • Robin Salmon: Mysterious Atalaya and the Marvelous Huntingtons - August 18, 1-
    2PM.  Horry County Museum, 805 Main Street, Conway.  For more information, call
    843-915-5320 or email To view a full list of
    programs, visit our website at
  • The Game Day Golf Classic - August 18, 8-4PM. Arrowhead Country Club, 1201
    Burcale Rd., Myrtle Beach, 919-244-8398. One of a kind first class golf event. More
    information on FOAF can be found at:
  • New Beginnings Food Distribution for those in need -  August 18, 10-1:00pm.  
    Every 3rd Saturday of each month we distribute free groceries, help with social
    services, free lunch, free haircuts, a children’s craft table and used sheets donated
    from local hotels for those in need. For those who have the calling and time, please
    join us as a volunteer. Everyone is welcome and there is something for everyone to
    do. 8901 Bypass 17 South, Surfside Beach, (843) 215-4500.
  • 35th Annual World Amateur Handicap Championship - August 27-31.  
    Various Golf Courses throughout the Myrtle Beach Area.  800-833-8798.  The
    largest golf tournament on the globe, hosts 3,000 players from all 50 states and
    30+ countries. The event boasts 72 holes of net, stroke play on over 60 premier
    golf courses. Players are placed in one of 65+ flights based on gender, age and
    handicap while utilizing the most innovative handicap monitoring system.
  • Concert Series on the Lawn - August 30, 5:30-8:30. Marina Park at Grande Dunes,
    8201 Marina Parkway, Myrtle Beach, 877-347-2633.  Bring lawn chairs/blankets
    Food and beverage will be available for purchase.
  • Thursdays Line Dancing With Sonia - Robert H. Reed Center, 800 Gabreski Lane,
    Myrtle Beach on Thursdays 10AM-12noon, low intermediate; Beginners noon-2pm.
    At the Grand Strand Center, 1268 21st Ave. on Thursdays, Lite Intermediate 1pm;
    Beginners 2 pm. Great music, Great routines, Great discounts. Call Sonia 843 945-
    1061 for more information,
  • Hobcaw Barony Summer Events through August 24.  Hobcaw Barony, 22 Hobcaw
    Road, Georgetown.  August 1, 2018 Wild Wednesday: Snakes Birthday- 2:30pm-
    4pm August 12, 2018 Perseids Meteor Shower- 10am-1pm August 16, 2018 Mary
    Edna Fraser Celebrates Belle’s Birthday- 5pm-7pm August 24, 2018 Women’s
    Beach Walk- 1:30pm-4pm If you’re interested in learning more or signing up for an
    event visit Hobcaw Barony’s website at
  • Surfside Beach Crafters Cove recurring weekly on Wednesday until August 8.  
    Surfside Beach Pier, Ocean Blvd., Surfside Beach, 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM.  843-650-
    9548. Conducted by the Children’s Museum, it is for children ages 10 & under.
    Contact Debbie Ellis for more information (843.640.9548 or dellis@surfsidebeach.
  • Brookgreen Summer Lights Festival recurring weekly on Wednesday, Thursday,
    Friday, Saturday until August 18.  Brookgreen Gardens, 1931 Brookgreen Drive,
    Murrells Inlet.  7:00 PM to 10:00 PM.  800-849-1931  The magic of nature
    illuminated. Based on famous Chinese Lantern Festivals, this exhibit will inhabit
    Brookgreen’s Lowcountry Zoo with larger-than-life, illuminated silk lantern
    sculptures in a variety of native animals, insects, and plants. The festival will also
    include games, performances, crafts for kids, and local food truck vendors. Tickets
    will be available at Ticket prices for members are: adults $15.00
    and children 4-12 $10.00, non-members $20.00 and children 4-12 $15.00. Children
    3 and under are free. More information on the festival, visit .
  • Docent Coordinator recurring weekly on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
    Friday until October 31.  Prince George, Winyah, Episcopal Church, 300 Broad
    Street, Georgetown, 12:00-3:00 PM.  843-344-8116. Prince George, Winyah,
    Episcopal Church, opened in 1747, is one of the few Colonial churches that has not
    altered its interior. Docent led tours are from March through October, Monday
    through Friday from 12:00 PM- 3:00 PM. FREE of charge, donations gratefully
    appreciated. Occupied by British troops during the Revolutionary War and by Union
    troops in the War Between the States, the church has never closed for worship.
  • Myrtle Beach Boardwalk Bonanza recurring weekly on Wednesday, Thursday until
    August 30.  Burroughs and Chapin Pavilion Place, 8th and 9th Avenues North,
    Myrtle Beach.  6:00-PM.  843-855-0527. Live entertainment, variety shows, talent
    and karaoke contests, DJ performances and food challenges, all part of the Big
    Screen Party Machine entertainment schedule.
  • Myrtle Beach Hot Summer Nights through September 3, Plyler Park and Oceanfront
    Boardwalk. Live entertainment each night. Fireworks on Wednesday nights at 10
  • Summer Nights at Broadway at the Beach through September 2 - Broadway at the
    Beach, 1325 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach.  Live musical performances, street
    performers, character appearances and other live entertainment at various
    locations within Broadway at the Beach.
  • Summerfest at Barefoot Landing through September 1, 7:00PM,  Barefoot Landing,
    4898 Hwy. 17 South, North Myrtle Beach, 843-272-8349. Enjoy live entertainment in
    various locations throughout the center every night. Fireworks spectaculars every
    Monday night over the lake at 10 p.m.
  • Making Waves | A Drew Brophy Retrospective through September 16, 10-4PM.
    Franklin G. Burroughs - Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum, 3100 S. Ocean Blvd.,
    Myrtle Beach, 843-238-2510. Festival day full of art, music, food, vendors,
    workshops and special appearances by Drew Brophy.  
  • Music On Main Concert Series through September 27, Horseshoe in North Myrtle
    Beach, 1 WW South Ocean Blvd., North Myrtle Beach, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Journey
    to downtown North Myrtle Beach to delight in the sounds of a live band on Main
  • Cool Summer Evenings Concert Series Sunday evenings through August 19, 7PM-
    9PM Brookgreen Gardens, 1931 Brookgreen Drive, Murrells Inlet, 843-235-6000.  
    Bring a lawn chair and find your favorite spot under the shade of the Live Oaks to
    enjoy our Cool Summer Evenings concerts. Sing along, dance and enjoy the talents
    of local and regional favorite bands.
  • Surfside Beach Sunday Serenades recurring weekly on Sunday until September 30
    weather permitting, 2-5PM.  Passive Park, Surfside Drive, Surfside Beach, 843-650-
    9548. Great local musicians in an outdoor concert in the park in Surfside Beach.
    Passive Park is located across from the Surfside Beach Library.
  • North Inlet Paddle through September 5, 8:30-1PM.  Hobcaw Barony Discovery
    Center/North Inlet-Winyah Bay Estuarine Research Reserve, 22 Hobcaw Road,
    Georgetown, 843-904-9017.  Join the Reserve and Surf the Earth for a naturalist-
    guided tour through the creeks of North Inlet. The program includes instruction in
    basic kayaking, a natural history overview, and educational highlights of the North
    Inlet ecosystem. Wear sturdy shoes, bring water, snack, and camera/binoculars (if
    desired). Cost: $50/person; weather permitting; please call to register 843-904-
  • Sounds of Summer Concert Series through September 21, 7-9PM.NMB Park &
    Sports Complex at the Sandhills Bank Amphitheater, 150 Citizens Circle, Little
    River. Enjoy an evening with your family and friends listening to live music under
    the stars.

August, 25, 8AM-5PM.  The class will be held at Surfside Beach Fire House, 810 1st
Avenue North, Surfside Beach, SC 29575.
The course, About Boating Safely, is certified by South Carolina DNR. Students who
complete the course and pass the test will receive a SC Boater Education Card.
Course fee is $25.00 per person. Students under the age of 12 years must be
accompanied by an adult enrolled in the class. Class size is limited so pre-registration is
For more information or to register contact John Hartwright at (843) 591-2953 or email
flotilla1204 .
The boating course is designed for boaters of all ages and experience with an emphasis
on recreational boating safety. You will learn what to do before you get underway and the
basics of protecting and handling your boat or PWC safely. Also included are waterways
navigation, safety equipment, boating problems and emergencies, and legal requirements.
In South Carolina, boaters under 16 years of age are required by law to pass an
approved boater education course before operating, without supervision, a personal
watercraft (PWC) or a boat powered by a motor with 15 hp or more.
Check with your insurance company to see if they offer a discount for completing a
certified boating education course.
The Coast Guard Auxiliary, a component of the U. S. Coast Guard, is staffed by civilian
volunteers who provide support for most of the Coast Guard missions. The Auxiliary
promotes recreational boating safety through public education classes, marine dealer
visits and free vessel safety checks for recreational boaters. Learn more at
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August 4 -
Saturday, August 4th, 7am-12pm
-- Rain or Shine.  Off Medlen
Parkway behind Planet Fitness
and next to Conway Christian

August 11 (Rain date August
18), noon-5PM.  Small household
items, desk, clothes,
knickknacks, lots of books,
collectibles and more.  908 Todd
St., Myrtle Beach, 29578 behind
Victoria's Kitchen off 3rd Ave. S
and Broadway.  

- Friday and
Saturday, Sept 14 and 15,
8am-2pm.  8226 Tartan Lane off
Hwy. 707, in Tern Hall Plantation.
Furniture, patio furniture,
Fiestaware, yard equipment,
Harley Davidson, Jenn Air grill,
more.  502-541-3704.  6nm
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.  
SONIA  - Robert H. Reed Center, 800
Gabreski Lane, Myrtle Beach on
Thursdays 10AM-12noon, low
intermediate;  Beginners noon-2pm.    At
the Grand Strand Center, 1268 21st Ave.
on Thursdays, Lite Intermediate 1pm /
Beginners 2 pm. Great music, Great
routines, Great discounts. Call Sonia 843
945-1061 for more information,
The Rivertown Bluegrass Society
is holding it's "Every 2nd Saturday
of the Month" bluegrass music
Concert on AUGUST 11th.  The
concert is held at the Horry
Georgetown Technical College
Conway Campus.  The concert
begins at 5pm with the Aynor Town
Bluegrass Band and the feature
band is The Morris Brothers and
Dixie Station.

The entrance to the auditorium is
at the rear of the main building.  
You do not have to be a member
of the society as this concert is
open to the public.  Admission is
$12.00 for adults, children under
12 free, students with college ID
badge free.