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Join us for daily specials! Specials are valid daily from 4-7 p.m. and during all NFL and College Football games!Next Date:
Come to Myrtle’s Market to pick up your fresh seasonal produce at the local farmers’ market!Next Date:
Come out to Conway, SC for the town’s annual Ghost Walk, where storytellers retell tales of “Lowcountry Haints” through the shadowy streets of Conway.Next Date:
Croissants Bistro and Bakery will be holding a Hallowine Dinner October 23rd at 6:00 p.m. for $50 per person. The ticket buys you a ghoulish 5 course meal, paired with Wicked Good Wines from Encomienda Cervera Vineyards.Next Date:
Head to Downtown Conway for a memorable Halloween excursion for adults and kids alike.Next Date:
A fun event for everyone! Myrtle Beach Rocks R&B is the place to be! Doors open at 7:30 p.m. tickets are $5.00.Next Date:
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The scary-good times start Friday night, October 3rd as the neighborhood transforms into the freaky-fun place to be for the Halloween season! See Live Zombies, Haunted Attractions, great off-season discounts at most area shops & restaurants…Guaranteed Big Tricks & Treats!!!
The fun runs every weekend thru Saturday, November 1st.Next Date:
Head to Children’s Museum of South Carolina for a spooktacular good time! This year’s Boo Bash will take you through the decades with activities, games, crafts and candy! Come dressed in your costume and Trick or Treat through the museum. Admissing is $3 and fun will be taking place between 5-7 p.m. on Friday October 24th.Next Date:
Grab your cowboy boots and cowboy hat and head to the House of Blues for a hoe down good time. Jerrod Niemann and the Chris Land Band will bring the house down October 24th, tickets are $26.00 ADV/$30.00 DOS. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.Next Date:
Grab your siginificant other and head to Carolina Improv Company for a fun night out!Next Date:
Come out to North Myrtle Beach and enjoy Drive In Movies at their new Sports Complex!Next Date:
The annual North Carolina Yam Festival is just a short drive north of Myrtle Beach. And it’s all about yams!Next Date:
Purchase locally grown produce, locally netted seafood, and handmade items every Saturday at The Market Common.Next Date:
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