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Splurge - Southern Style Shopping Destinations Homegrown and Fabulous One - Stop Shopping Rainy Day Fun Ripley’s Penguin Playhouse Culinary Creations Cook Your Own Seafood Feast Dining with a View Myrtle Beach has a New Place to “Hangout” Sunset & Beyond Let’s Hear it Live! Culture Abounds Festivals Immersed in Light: One Artists Vision: Bruce Munro Great Escapes & Family Fun Tides: Lowcountry Highs & Lows Area Maps


October 8 Pawleys Island Wine & Food Gala

Join us in celebrating 30 Years of bringing cultural excellence to the Low Country

October 9 Beginnings: A Chicago Celebration

October 10 The Temptations Revue Featuring Nate Evans

October 14 Lao Tizer featuring Eric Marienthal

October 15 Giada Valenti

October 16 Tavares

October 17 Atlanta Rhythm Section

October 22 Artrageous

October 23 Music City Hit Makers

October 24 Destination Motown

All Events Held at The Reser ve Golf Club

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Welcome to the Grand Strand ! We appreciate you allowing us to help you plan your stay in our beautiful area. Look inside Strand Magazine for the very best information and insider tips. Whether a frequent or first time visitor, there is so much to enjoy along the Grand Strand; beautiful beaches, delicious food, a variety of entertainment, unique shopping experiences and more. Our grand lady, Myrtle Beach, draws millions every year and each smaller community north and south of her has its own special flavor. Annual guests are fiercely loyal to their favorite area and pass their love down through generations who return to rest, recharge and make lasting memories each year. For even more information, visit our website, www.strandmagazine.com. There you can download our entire magazine as well as request more information on hundreds of attractions. Please keep in touch. We love hearing about your stay here with us on the Grand Strand. Enjoy this edition of Strand Magazine.

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et’s go shopping! Most of us get excited by the thought of spending a leisurely day looking for treasures and bargains. Women may be more interested in the art of making just the right purchase, but men will find plenty to pique their interest as well. Shopping inspires us with ideas for everything from trying a new sport or improving on our favorite hobby to decorating a room that will soon hold a new baby.

The Grand Strand is known as a destination for shoppers, with funky boutiques stocked with one-of-a-kind items, destination shopping centers filled with brightly lit, glittering stores and almost everything in between. We even have a growing number of upscale consignment stores for those who enjoy the thrill of finding that designer piece in perfect condition, for a fraction of the original price and quaint flea

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markets with an ever-changing array of merchandise. Window shopping through Myrtle Beach’s upscale urban village is the perfect activity for a beautiful Grand Strand afternoon, especially when it’s followed by a relaxing hour enjoying a beverage and a snack at one of the many unique restaurants and bistros.

Families can spend the day “building a bear” or choosing the perfect outfit for that important first day of school. Take a day for retail therapy – you’ll be delighted with the results!

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Shopping Destinations

Every year, thousands of visitors to our area come for one thing and one thing only–shopping! Whether it’s time for new school clothes or to spruce up your golf wardrobe, there are plenty of choices available and bargains galore for the savvy shopper. Coastal Grand Mall in Myrtle Beach has more than 100 stores, restaurants and a multi-screen movie theater. You’ll find plenty of your favorite stores as well as some unusual shops and boutiques. Pace yourself–there is another mall in the area. Myrtle Beach Mall on the north end of Myrtle Beach features Bass Pro Shop, a guy’s favorite hangout. It’s also where Carolina Improv Company performs to sold-out crowds.

In 1946, Justin and Eloise Plyler opened a small gift shop on Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach. Now, the Gay Dolphin Gift Cove is the largest gift shop on the East Coast, with 26,000 square feet and 70,000 items, ranging from shark’s teeth to Hummel figurines. Before opening the store, Mr. Plyler loved to watch the dolphins through his telescope and always thought they looked happy and appeared to be smiling. This is where the store’s unique name originated. This is true homegrown destination shopping. Bargain shoppers, you have come to the right place! Myrtle Beach has two

outlet malls filled with bargains from your favorite factory stores. Refuel with a quick bite at one of several restaurants. One of the most unique shopping destinations along the Grand Strand is Market Common. Located on the site of the old Air Force Base, Market Common has fine dining restaurants, a movie theater and great shopping set in a beautifully designed urban village environment that encourages walking from place to place. Special events are held throughout the year, so check to see what’s planned! For a day-long destination, head to Broadway at the Beach. You’ll find plenty of shopping, along with attractions, dining and nightlife. If the day’s shopping has left you exhausted, enjoy an adult beverage at Senor Frog’s or Margaritaville. Be sure to check the website for special events throughout the summer months. A little farther north, Barefoot Landing is located on the Intracoastal Waterway, with shopping, dining and an ever changing lineup of entertainment. On the north end, Coastal North Towne Center has more than 30 exciting stores, some not found anywhere else along the Strand. The Grand Strand shopping experience is waiting!

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Since 1946, the Gay Dolphin has been the oldest and largest gift shop in Myrtle Beach. Family owned and operated with the most unique collection of items ranging from sharks’ teeth and shells to alligator heads and a life-size Yeti, the Gay Dolphin is a must-see Myrtle Beach Landmark.

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Homegrown and Fabulous

We all love searching for, and finding, the unique and different while exploring shops and boutiques. The Grand Strand has homegrown, locally-constructed items and family owned shops that you’ll love.

The idea for the hammock came from native South Carolinian Joshua John Ward, a riverboat captain who found the lumpy, grassfilled mattresses on his boat too hot for the sultry coastal summers, so he designed a hammock so strong and comfortable that its handmade design has endured for more than a century. Stop by the Original Hammock Shop in Hammock Shops Village and watch local craftsman make hammocks, expertly weaving rope to make one of the most comfortable and durable hammocks sold. Local entrepreneurs, Brian and Sassy Henry run the lovely Sea

View Inn in Pawleys Island and also own a local take-out restaurant. In 2006, they began selling Sassy’s recipe for a delicious version of classic southern pimento cheese called Palmetto Cheese. Today this popular spread is available in 49 states, Washington DC, and Puerto Rico, at 9,200 locations. Craft beer lovers will enjoy trying Myrtle Beach’s delicious brews at New South Brewing. Visit their tap room for special brews unavailable elsewhere. South of the Grand Strand, the stately City of Georgetown has a rich history and a thriving downtown area. Front Street, located along the Sampit River, is charming and fun and the shops are locally owned and operated. Now that’s what’s called shopping with flair!

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One-Stop Shopping

Everyone knows the sun and sand are THE attraction for visitors to the Grand Strand. Going to the beach is free, but you’ll need a few things before you hit the surf. A stop at a beach store is the perfect way to gather supplies and have a little fun in the process. From beach chairs to sand toys to sunscreen and tee shirts, you’ll find everything you need for a day in the sun at one of our area beach stores. Beach Life Resortwear, (See ad on page 46) Offering a large selection of beach towels, swimwear, sunscreen, souvenirs and more, a trip to Beach Life Resortwear will be your onestop shop. And, with four locations along the Grand Strand, there’s always one close by.

I♥Myrtle Beach Resortwear (See ad on page 47) Conveniently located near the Myrtle Beach airport, it’s easy to stop here on your way into town. Take this magazine with you for a free gift with purchase. Tsunami Surf Shop, (See ad on page 2) Tsunami Surf Shop has twelve locations, all with a fun surfer vibe. This is the place to find your new favorite pair of flip flops or a new board to ride the waves. And while you’re shopping, you can pick up all your beach supplies as well!

Eagles Beachwear, (See ad on page 25) With 20 locations along the Grand Strand, Eagles Beachwear is your source for all things beachy, from brightly colored coozies to stylish swimsuits to souvenirs for everyone back home.

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Rainy Day Fun!

A rainy day shouldn’t spoil your vacation fun! There is so much to do indoors that you may choose one of these activities even when the sun is shining!

EdVenture Children’s Museum located in Market Common, this exciting museum combines learning with play in the best possible way – bring your imagination. www.edventure.org Dave & Buster’s offers a family friendly environment for playing games, watching your favorite team or just enjoying good food. This popular chain is located in Broadway at the Beach. www.daveandbusters.com/locations/myrtle-beach Swing a club at Top Golf in Myrtle Beach, near Broadway at the Beach. With 72 bays, lots of fun for the kids and great food, you will be (almost) glad it’s raining. www.topgolf.com Lulu’s Beach Arcade and Mountain of Youth Ropes Course will keep the kids happy for the entire day! Of course, it does have to be dry to use the ropes course, but the arcade is indoors, offering hours of entertainment, regardless of the weather. Find it at Barefoot Landing. www.faceamusement.com/lulus-beach-arcade Wall to wall trampolines, extreme dodge ball, rock climbing, log rolling and more are waiting at Big Air Trampoline

located across from Myrtle Beach State Park. This exciting activity is a slam dunk for good times. www.bigairusa.com Coastal Grand Mall is home to Myrtle Beach’s Flip N Fly Trampoline Park – along with wall to wall trampolines, there are lots of activities for the littlest jumpers, and children under 6 can play, with one parent or guardian, for three hours for only $10. www.facebook.com/flipnflyMB Rockin’ Jump, Myrtle Beach’s Ultimate Trampoline Park, on N. Oak St, in Myrtle Beach, has open jumps every day; this will make your older children happy no matter the weather. www.myrtlebeachrockinjump.com With three locations, Market Common, North Myrtle Beach and Conway, there’s an 810 Billiards & Bowling near you. Enjoy bowling in one of the 14 standard lanes, six boutique lanes or try something new – darts, board games, corn hole and more. www.810bowling.com With 100+ amazing science exhibits, plus laser tag and a ropes course, this upside down adventure is sure to please -Wonder Works in Broadway at the Beach. www.wonderworksonline

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Ripley’s Penguin Playhouse!

Visitors to Ripley’s Aquarium can now see African Penguins in the new, 5,500 square foot expansion, the largest in the aquarium’s 20 year history. The African penguin habitat has floor-to-ceiling viewing glass and a 360-degree crawl tunnel for guests to waddle through. This addition also includes a brand-new Ocean Wonders gallery housing fascinating species of fish from all over the world. The African penguin is one of the most endangered penguins in the world–numbers have declined by 60 percent in the last 28 years. Welcoming Ripley’s new colony in 2020 is just the beginning of the Aquarium’s conservation efforts, as an on-site penguin nursery will house and care for baby penguins, helping Ripley’s Aquarium foster a growing flock. Don’t just visit the penguins – enjoy a unique experience! In Penguin

Encounters, visitors will interact– and even pet–Ripley’s most adorable creatures beak-to-beak while learning about this species from Aquarium staff experts. Or, pal up with a penguin to create a one of a kind masterpiece in Paint with the Penguins. Along with the penguins, Ripley’s Aquarium boasts more than 14,000 fish on display as well as many interactive experiences. Guests can pet stingrays, bamboo sharks, or hold a horseshoe crab, and enjoy hourly dive shows. One featured exhibit is the 750,000-gallon Dangerous Reef, which has a 330-foot glidepath through an underwater tunnel, allowing guests to come face-toface with sharks, giant sawfish, and Gabby the Green Sea Turtle. Learn more about Ripley’s Aquarium of Myrtle Beach by visiting www.RipleyAquariums.com/MyrtleBeach.

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ell-prepared and delicious, a good meal is one of life’s pleasures, and an important part of any vacation is enjoying your favorite foods. Locally, trained chefs prepare a dizzying variety of cuisines for your dining pleasure. Seafood, of course, is served in every way imaginable, from the traditional Murrells Inlet or Calabash seafood platter to fresh and tasty sushi or a perfectly grilled piece of freshly-caught fish drizzled with a rich, complex sauce.

A regional favorite, shrimp and grits, comes to your table piping hot, creamy and – unforgettable! Oysters are another local favorite and depending on the time of year, can be eaten steamed, fried or on the half shell. Our local blue crabs are a delicacy steamed, prepared as crab cakes or in she crab soup. Be sure to take note of the chef ’s specials wherever you choose to dine – these are usually a good choice and are only available for a short time.

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Barbeque is another popular South Carolina dish, but even within the state, there is an ongoing and sometimes heated debate over which type of sauce is the best. Our coastal area prefers a spicy, vinegarbased sauce, and can be found at many local barbeque restaurants, paired with sweet potatoes, coleslaw, rice and, always, banana pudding.

Mexican food, and there are plenty of choices, from easily recognizable chains to locally-owned cantinas. More for the grown-ups and a favorite of locals, our Thai restaurants are some of the best in the region. From cheesy, tomato sauce-covered Italian to a tender, juicy filet, there is a meal for every appetite along the Grand Strand.

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Cook Your Own Seafood Feast! Seafood is relatively easy to prepare, and it’s fun to gather the family around the table at your vacation home or condo for delicious, home cooked, seafood! Always a crowd pleaser, shrimp is a popular choice. South Carolina has two shrimp seasons. The first runs from May through August, when smaller, brown shrimp are harvested. The popular white shrimp season begins in September and lasts through December. With a container of shrimp boil, a few lemons and cocktail sauce, peel and eat shrimp can be on the table in no time.

Grouper, a popular, mild white fish, is in season from May through December. This fish is delicious grilled, fried or sautéed. With fish, the key is not to overcook. And don’t forget to include your favorite sauce. There are so many places along our coast to buy fresh local seafood. Seven Seas Seafood, located at 3476 Hwy 17 Business in Murrells Inlet prides itself on seafood fresh from the Atlantic. (See ad on page 19). Or try any of our local seafood markets. Please support local fishermen!

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To catch your own dinner, maybe try your hand at crabbing – cooking and eating crabs is a fun way to spend a day. While crabbing is best in the fall, crabs are in season all year long. Nets are widely available; you’ll need a bucket and a few chicken necks for bait. If this sounds like a lot, try a visit to Myrtle Beach State Park where rangers will help you get started and explain the crab fishing regulations – and all the equipment is available for purchase on site. Stop and pick up all the extras at one of two Piggly Wiggly locations – at 122 Highway 17 in Surfside Beach and 1700 Kings Hwy in Myrtle Beach. (See ad on page 3).

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Peel and Eat Shrimp 2 or 3 pounds of fresh local shrimp (or as much as your family can eat!) Lemon wedges Shrimp boil seasoning, like Old Bay Wash shrimp well, pat dry with paper towels and sprinkle with seasoning – not too heavily. Bring water to boil in a steamer pot, not deep enough to cover the steamer basket. Add shrimp and a few lemon wedges to the basket and steam for 5 minutes. Squeeze fresh lemon juice over the cooked shrimp and serve as soon as you can handle it. If you don’t have a steamer pot, you can cook the shrimp in boiling water with the seasoning and lemon wedges put in the water before adding the shrimp. Drain and continue with the fresh lemon juice. 19


Dining with a View The Grand Strand has plenty of options for dining with a view! On the north end, catch the sunset over the Intracoastal Waterway or relax and watch the waves crash on the shore of the mighty Atlantic at one of Myrtle Beach’s oceanfront eateries. On the south end, enjoy delicious food and drink while gazing at the marsh or ocean. Ahhh, life just doesn’t get much better! Sea Captain’s House 3002 N Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach 843-448-8082 www.seacaptains.com

Snooky’s on the Water 4495 Baker St., Little River 843-249-5252 www.snookysrawbar.com

Pier 14 Restaurant & Lounge 110 N Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach 843-626-8480 www.secondavenuepier.com

Austins Ocean One Cabana Café 1 Norris Dr., Litchfield Beach 843-235-8700 www.austinsoceanone.com

Joe’s Bar & Grill 810 Conway St., North Myrtle Beach 843-272-4666 www.joesbarandgrillonline.com

Gulfstream Café 1536 S Waccamaw Dr., Garden City 843-651-8808 www.gulfstreamcafe.com

Marshwalk Restaurants- Murrells Inlet Drunken Jack’s • Creek Ratz • Dead Dog Saloon • The Claw House Wahoo’s Fish House • Bovines • Bubba’s Love Shak • The Wicked Tuna Hot Fish Club • Inlet Provision Company • Graham’s Landing Harborwalk Restaurants- Georgetown Buzz’s Roost • Riverroom Restaurant • Rollin Local Big Tuna Raw Bar • Front Street Deli • Roots

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The Hangout - Rendering

Myrtle Beach has a New Place to “Hangout!”

The Hangout, a fun restaurant, retail and entertainment venue, is coming to Broadway at the Beach in late fall of 2020. Using locally sourced ingredients, the menu will feature seafood, burgers, sandwiches and tacos – and guests can enjoy live music year-round on indoor and outdoor stages. The Hangout will offer family friendly entertainment including dancing and contests led by energetic cast members, fire pits and courtyard games. Guest will find fun and unique items in the retail store and a variety of art installations created especially for Myrtle Beach. Especially for the kids, special events including a Pirates and Princesses breakfast, treasure hunts and entertainment led by “pirates” and princesses” will be offered all summer long.

Originally established in 2008 in Gulf Shore, Alabama, The Hangout is a family friendly restaurant and entertainment venue with a focus on multi-generational activities and fun. You can find kids and grandparents dancing on tables, laughing, singing and making life long memories. It’s a throwback to simpler days of analog family vacations that highlight the American family vacation experience. They entertain over 600,000 people per year and are the home venue of the Hangout Music Festival, a nationally recognized three-day music festival that occurs every May on the beaches of Gulf Shores, featuring world renowned talent like Foo Fighters, Paul Simon, Stevie Wonder, The Killers and many more over the last 10 years.

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No alcohol on the beaches No fireworks or grills No vehicles on the beach No sleeping on the beach from 9pm-8am No glass on the beach No diving or jumping from piers No animals from 10am-5pm from May 1-Labor Day, some areas restrict pets completely; check your local beach rules as times may vary. All animals must be on leashes. No nudity, including thong bathing suits Surfside Beach prohibits smoking on all beaches Each area has its own rules, please check local regulations.

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Sunset & Beyond

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he Grand Strand is known for its gorgeous beaches, but after the sun goes down, local theatres take the stage with fun, exciting entertainment. Our theatre scene offers a huge variety – check out the list below and pick a night to light up the stage!

Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament takes you back to an age of bravery and honor, as you witness epic battles of steel and steed. As the battle rages, you’ll be served a four-course dinner fit for royalty. Medieval Times’ noble guests feast on garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, sweet buttered corn, herb-basted potatoes, the pastry of the Castle,

coffee and two rounds of select beverages. Pirate’s Voyage Dinner and Show offers a swash buckling adventure, complete with dinner. Join Captain Blackbeard, the most famous pirate to ever sail the seven seas, and his quartermaster Calico Jack as they lead the Crimson and Sapphire crews in an epic battle for lost treasure on land, on deck, in water and high above full-sized pirate ships in a 15 foot deep indoor hideaway lagoon. Calvin Gilmore launched The Carolina Opry in 1986. His live music variety show features a cast of 36 of the nation’s top singers,

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dancers, comedians and musicians in his 2200-seat theater. February through October, Alabama Theatre at Barefoot Landing delights audiences with “One: The New Show,” while November and December are reserved for the theatre’s special holiday musical experience. The Asher Theatre is a new and exciting addition to the Grand Strand theatre lineup – and has action packed shows planned for 2020. Billed as wholesome, family entertainment, this theatre showcases celebrities as well as emerging artists. For motown, magic & comedy, and Elvis, visit GTS Theatre. Offering intimate evenings with audience participation, this theatre gets raves reviews. Carolina Improv trains and also entertains with nightly shows including “Whose Beach Is It Anyway?” and “Whose High School Life Is It Anyway?” You won’t want to miss this improv comedy club at Uptown Theater in Myrtle Beach. Legends in Concert features five or six tributes in each show that look like and sound like the stars they re-create – from Elvis, Dolly Parton, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, The Temptations and many more! Shows nightly from February through December at Broadway at The Beach.


Let’s Hear it Live!

The Grand Strand offers so many opportunities to hear live music – as the sun goes down, it’s time to grab a seat and let our talented musicians entertain you! Lulu’s North Myrtle Beach at Barefoot Landing: take the family and enjoy views of the Intracoastal Waterway, live entertainment and good food. Go online to get in line at

Dunes Bistro, Myrtle Beach - Casual fine dining with the best in local entertainment, visit www.dunesbistro.com for more information.

MOTOs - now called Murphy’s on the Beach, North Myrtle Beach, has great views, good food and live entertainment. They list their entertainment schedule on their Facebook page, @murphyonthebeach.

Ryptydz Oceanfront Grille and Rooftop Bar, Myrtle Beach Boardwalk - A lively space with seafood & American fare, an outdoor patio, & rooftop bar overlooking the beach and live music nightly. Visit www.ryptydz.com for more information.

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House of Blues, Myrtle Beach – Get ready to rock out at a House of Blues concert – or enjoy a footstomping, handclapping brunch with a weekly Gospel Brunch. For upcoming concerts, visit www.houseofblues.com/myrtlebeach. Grumpy Monk, Carolina Forest, Broadway at the Beach & North Myrtle Beach – Live music most nights from 6-9pm, visit www.grumpymonkmyrtlebeach.com for details.

Tin Roof, Myrtle Beach – this 3rd floor oceanfront venue has it all – a stage for entertainment, three bars and delicious food. Visit www.tinroofmyrtlebeach.com for more! Ocean Annie’s Beach Bar, Myrtle Beach – perfect for your beach day, this venue has a pool bar and easy access to the beach. Dance in your bikini and cool off in the pool! For more information, visit www.oceananniesresorts.com.

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Bourbon Street Bar & Grille, Myrtle Beach – Fun live bands Wednesday – Saturday – this is another favorite of locals! For the latest band schedule, visit their Facebook page, @BourbonStreetMB. Hot Fish Club Murrells Inlet - A local’s favorite with live entertainment and delicious Murrells Inlet seafood. Visit www.hotfishclub.com for more information. Dead Dog Saloon, Murrells Inlet - another favorite of locals and visitor’s alike, Dead Dog has some of the best local bands playing nightly. For a calendar of events, visit www.deaddogsaloon.com. Murrells Inlet Marshwalk, A walk on the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk is a great way to find live entertainment, delicious food and a view that can’t be beat! Pawleys Island Tavern, Pawleys Island – Known to locals as the PIT, this unique hangout has live music every weekend. Find the calendar at www.pawleysislandtavern.com. Island Bar & Grill, Pawleys Island – Another fun venue for great bands and delicious food! To learn more, visit www.islandbarandgrill.

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ne of the best ways to learn about a new place is to visit local museums. Even if you’ve spent your vacations along the Grand Strand for years, a trip to a local art museum or one filled with historical artifacts gives a fresh perspective and stirs your emotions while connecting you with the past. And, while we agree that the beaches are outstanding, our marshes, rivers and estuaries are some of the most unique on the East Coast, and a trip to Hobcaw Barony will give you a new respect for our amazing tidal waters.

Brookgreen Gardens is both a beautiful garden and a museum filled with sculptures that take your breath away. A day at Brookgreen Gardens is one you and your family will never forget as you learn about the culture of the lowcountry, see the animals that make their home here and be amazed by sculpture set amid beautiful gardens.

An afternoon or evening enjoying a cultural arts performance is a pleasure to be savored. Coastal Carolina University in Conway has a full calendar of events from September through May. In fall

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and winter, The Franklin G. Burroughs and Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum, an offthe-beaten-path treasure of Myrtle Beach hosts special exhibits and events, as well as fascinating permanent collections. Maybe theater arts are your favorite? Community theaters along the Grand Strand produce quality plays and musicals. The Strand Theatre in Georgetown and Theatre of the Republic in Conway are now using their “dark” nights to show classic and independent films. In Conway, learn about Horry County history at The Horry County Museum, and while you’re visiting this historic riverfront

city, take a walking tour and learn more about our county seat. Be sure to explore the local art scene in Conway. The downtown area has wonderful galleries and events throughout the year. The Rice Museum on Front Street in Georgetown is located in the historic clock tower and explores the area’s fascinating rice culture. The Georgetown County Museum highlights nearly 300 years of local culture, and The Kaminski House, built in the late 1700s, features a large collection of fine antiques and still has many of the original floors and moldings. Enjoy the Grand Strand’s cultural arts! 31


Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival

The 45th edition of the annual Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival will be held September 25-27 at the castle by the sea in Huntington Beach State Park.

Live musical entertainment and a variety of foodstuffs are part of the fun, but the stars of the show are the artists and their work. A lineup of 100 or so fine artists and craftspeople are selected by a jury to show and sell their work – a skilled and creative group from around the country who work in metal, clay, canvas, wearable fabric and more. The festival spotlights the park’s natural beauty and the amenities offered to visitors year-round. Located along U.S. 17 in Murrells Inlet, Huntington Beach State Park offers several hundred thousand

visitors a year one of the most pristine beaches on the Grand Strand. The 2,500-acre park’s freshwater lagoon, salt marsh and maritime forest also are outstanding examples of the state’s natural coastal environment, and the park is widely regarded as one of the best birding sites along the East Coast. Its natural history is highlighted in the park’s environmental education center. Admission is $15 for adults, and your ticket allows you to return for all three days of the festival. Ages 15 and under are admitted free. The general park admission fee is waived during festival hours. For more information, go to www.atalayafestival.com or call 803-734-0450 or 843-247-4440.

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Pawleys Island Festival of Music & Art October 8 - 24, 2020

For 30 years, Pawleys Island Festival of Music & Art (PIFMA) has presented world class entertainment in Pawleys Island. Founded by Dr. Lee Minton in 1991, this event has grown from a one concert event to three weekends packed full of well known musicians and a smaller series of winter concerts. Held under an open air tent, seating over 1,000 people, the 2020 event will begin on October 8th and present concerts ThursdaySaturday through October 24th.

This year’s highly anticipated, nineconcert series features Tavares, Atlanta Rhythm Section, The Temptations Revue and more. Concert-goers are able to purchase delicious food from area food trucks, as well as a wide selection of beverages. Music lovers from

around the country have made PIFMA an annual event. Much more than concerts, PIFMA is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit whose mission is to bring the arts to all residents of our community. Professional musicians visit area schools, providing mini-concerts and outreach programs each year. College scholarships are awarded annually to high school seniors planning to major in the arts, and financial assistance is provided to local schools for arts-related programs and supplies. And, in addition, hundreds of seats are donated each year to those who could not otherwise afford to attend. To learn more or purchase tickets, visit www.pawleysmusic.com. 33


Carolina Country Music Fest September 17 - 20, 2020

Carolina Country Music Fest (CCMF) is an outdoor country music festival that takes place in June of each year at the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk within the Burroughs and Chapin Pavilion Place. The Thursday Night KickOff Concert is followed by three days of country music performed by today’s biggest stars. The premiere event in 2015 brought in over 20,000 attendees, and has grown every year. Past years have included names like; Luke Bryan, Toby Keith, Florida Georgia Line, Zac Brown Band, Tracy Lawrence, Montgomery

Gentry, Tim McGraw and Keith Urban. The 2020 lineup includes Luke Combs, Darius Rucker, Eric Church, Ashley McBryde, Maddie + Tae to only name a few. CCMF spans 18 acres of coastal area from the boardwalk to Ocean Boulevard, and added a fourth stage in 2018 to accommodate more artists and larger crowds. The sixth annual Carolina Country Music Fest is scheduled for September 17 - 20, 2020. Visit www.carolinacountrymusicfest.com to find out more information.

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Immersed in Light:

One Artist’s Vision: Bruce Munro

Photographer Serena Munro. © 2019 Bruce Munro Ltd.

British artist, Bruce Munro is best known for immersive large-scale light-based installations inspired largely by his interest in shared human experience. For 40 years, he’s recorded his ideas and images in sketchbooks, and his delight in the world around him provides continuous inspiration. Brookgreen Gardens will host an exhibition of his work beginning in May. Versions of the mixed-media installation have popped up around the world since its debut at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 2004, everywhere from Uluru, Australia, South Korea, Denmark, and the United Kingdom, to Houston, Nashville, and Columbus, Ohio.

“Brookgreen Gardens got in touch with us,” Bruce began when asked why Brookgreen was chosen as the only East Coast exhibition of his work. “It was a great honor to be asked. I love gardens, and when I first visited Brookgreen, I was struck by the way the art is presented. It’s a good place that puts people at their ease – I particularly like it when people can enjoy art without being scrutinized.” The artist explained the process of creating the installations, saying, “I’m very responsive to space, and every space is unique – with a different climate, different flora and fauna, etc. It’s always very easy for 35


me to find inspiration.” Continuing, he said, “In Brookgreen I feel like I am in a series of outdoor rooms – not all gardens have this feeling. It’s rather like going to a museum.” Most readers will recognize the artist’s Field of Light installation, and Bruce talked about this spectacular artwork. “It’s a very important piece of work for me; it was the start of me working as an adult. I was living with my girlfriend (now wife) in Australia when the idea first landed in my sketch book – it was something I felt I needed to do, and it took me 12 years to complete.” Visitors to Brookgreen will experience Field of Light as 11,700 stems of light in softly moving colors covering the Arboretum.

accented by the pulses and rhythms of their illuminated “eyes.” “When I was walking around Brookgreen, I came to this wall – beyond it was wild territory,” Bruce said. “I liked the feeling of this area and the beautiful trees hanging with moss. There was a feeling of being on the edge of the wild.” He continued, telling me the story behind the piece. “My family and I took a holiday in Namibia, Africa, and I heard these frogs singing near a waterhole. The sound was mesmerizing. My newer works have a gentle

“After the experience of creating Field of Light, it kept nagging at me that I needed to do other things,” Bruce continued, talking about the evolution of his work, and his Photographer Mark Pickthall. © 2019 Bruce Munro Ltd. incredible catalogue of light humor like this one. It’s something creations. “My work is very instinctive. The older I get the more I look wild that’s also safe.” at the world like I did as a child – “I want to draw people in and stimnot that my work is childish, but I am more in touch with the feeling ulate their imagination,” this visionbehind the art. It is about shared ary artist began. “I love the fact that people walk around together in garhuman experience and connecdens -- people have the perception tion.” gardens are boring, but they are The Okonjima Choral Society installa- truly the museums of tomorrow. I tion consists of 2,000 “frogs” sing- love the relationship between garing in unison behind the garden dens and art; I feel it’s important for wall at the Rosen Carolina Terrace, all of us to rediscover our physical 3 6 • C h e c k o u t o u r e - b o o k @ w w w. s t r a n d m a g a z i n e . c o m


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roots and connect to the physical world. That’s what I hope to do with my art.” “If people have a good time, if the pieces warm their hearts and bring a smile, if they are inspired to come back to Brookgreen Gardens, then we’ve done what we set out to achieve,” Bruce said thoughtfully. His father’s death 20 years ago was a huge watershed in Bruce’s life, and this great loss occurred before the artist was doing large scale light installations. “I treat all of my exhibitions as a very great honor. My father always encouraged me to follow my dreams. I feel very privileged to bring my ideas across the pond.”

Visit Bruce Munro at Brookgreen: Southern Lights beginning May 15th. The exhibition will be open Wednesday-Saturday, 7-10pm, through September 12th. For tickets and more information, visit www.brookgreen.org or call 843-235-6000.

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Great Escapes & Family Fun

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un, sand, a cool drink and the sparkling Atlantic – this idyllic scene is the first one that comes to mind when you decide to visit the Grand Strand. And, while relaxing on the beach with your favorite novel is a blissful way to spend the day, there is so much more to do! Want to stay onshore, but still find adventure? Rent bicycles for a day and explore the area’s trails. The kids will be happy if you take them to Myrtle Waves or Wild Water and Wheels–water parks with enough thrills and excitement to please everyone. Still not sure what to do? The options are endless for land lovers – Alligator Adventure

is an exciting way to spend a day. And don’t forget all the fun minigolf courses along the Strand. Maybe a half or full day deep sea fishing trip is your idea of the perfect day? Or, enjoy one of the Grand Strand’s fishing piers and wet your line – and get plenty of advice from local anglers! With air conditioned, comfortable gondolas, the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel guarantees an amazing view of the Grand Strand. Standing 200 feet above the Atlantic Ocean, this is the largest wheel of any kind this side of the Mississippi, and it’s even more breathtaking at night.

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Broadway at the Beach, Pavilion Park has rides to please everyone – from thrilling roller coasters to the nostalgic rides everyone loves. Ziplines and ropes courses are also waiting to give your family a day to remember! If an adventure in nature is more your speed, pick up a paddle and kayak or canoe your way to a memorable day of fun and discovery. Full and half day tours and rentals are offered locally along the Grand Strand. Spartina cord grass, hundreds of birds, sea turtles and maybe even a dolphin or two await your salt marsh expedition. Huntington Beach

State Park offers a two hour kayak trip every Monday that will give you a fascinating look at the maritime forest and salt marsh bordering Huntington Beach State Park. There is even a moonlight tour during the week preceding full moon. Maybe you’re ready for a little more excitement? Try parasailing for a thrilling ride. Myrtle Beach also offers helicopter tours that give a breathtaking view of our beautiful coast. There are so many ways to have an adventure along the Grand Strand. What will your family do today? 39


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4 2 • C h e c k o u t o u r e - b o o k @ w w w. s t r a n d m a g a z i n e . c o m

SURFSIDE BEACH PIER

Surfside Dr.

3rd Ave. S.

GARDEN CITY

7

10th Ave. S.

GARDEN CITY POINT

7

Melody Lane

MARLIN QUAY MARINA

Woodland Dr.

Waccamaw Dr.

Cypress Ave.

walk

Marsh

MURRELLS INLET

Glenns Bay Rd.

13 Pine

Crazy Sister Marina

WILD WATER & WHEELS

1

South Kings Hwy.

Atlantic Ave.

BUSINESS

MT. GILEAD

12

Garden City Connector

POST PO OFFICE

Inlet Square Drive

Wachesaw Rd.

17

INLET SQUARE MALL

H

S

S PA

BY

17

WACCAMAW COMMUNITY HOSPITAL

BYPASS

17

707


l Waterway

WACCA WACHE MARINA

Intracoasta

Prince Creek Parkway THE RESERVE

WACHESAW PLANTATION

walk

MARLIN QUAY MARINA

7 7

GARDEN CITY To Hwy. 31

707 SOCASTEE SOUTH STRAND MEDICAL CENTER

H

y wa

ark

F

BACKGATE ENTRANCE

6

544 THE MARKET COMMON

6 1

17th Ave. N.

13th Ave. N.

17 SURFSIDE AREA CAMPGROUNDS

Business

To Myrtle Beach

SURFSIDE BEACH

N

GARDEN CITY PIER

Legend

Enter Landinprise g

WACCATEE ZOO

BYPASS

POST OFFICE PO

13

Marsh

Waccamaw Dr.

P ow arr

11

South Kings Hwy.

GARDEN CITY POINT

Sayebrook Town Center

17

Crazy Sister Marina

MT. GILEAD

12

MURRELLS INLET

HUNTINGTON BEACH STATE PARK

TCHFIELD BEACH POST OFFICE PO

POST PO OFFICE

BUSINESS

ATALAYA

. orris Rd

H

Bargain Beachwear (14) . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Beach Life Resort Wear (2) . . . . . . . . . . 2 Beach TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Brookgreen Gardens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Carolina Seafood & Steak . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Doctors Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Legend Eagles Beachwear (17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Gay Dolphin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 I ♥ MB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 PIFMA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Piggly Wiggly (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Seven Seas Seafood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Tsunami Surf Shop (9) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 43

Pine

Boyle Rd.

17

INLET SQUARE MALL

Atlantic Ave.

2

17

WACCAMAW COMMUNITY HOSPITAL

BYPASS

17

10

SS PA

BY

Connector

4

707

Inlet Square Drive

Willbrook Blvd. Litchfield Drive

7

Wachesaw Rd.

BROOKGREEN GARDENS

AT RASS

6


d.

Riv er O

aks

Dr.

FOREST CROSSING

Road construction shown as of press time. 31 Conway Bypass

Carolina Forest Blvd.

11

501

MYRTLE BEACH SPEEDWAY

13

Hilton Rd.

APACHE PIER

Fantasy Harbour Blvd.

George Bishop Pkwy. Atlantic Ocean

Backstage Blvd.

B

Ronnie McNair Blvd.

Shore Dr.

MEDIEVAL TIMES

TANGER OUTLET CENTER NORTH

ARCADIAN SHORES

MYRTLE BEACH MALL

7

17

Rd .

7

DUNES CLUB

Fantasy Way

B

gs

1

k Rd.

707

6

RESTAURANT

Chestnut Rd.

SOCASTEE

erway

TANGER OUTLET ROW CENTER SOUTH

Forestbroo

MYRTLE BEACH

22 ay

CAROLINA OPRY

Ocean Blvd.

14TH AVENUE PIER

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PIRATES VOYAGE

7

8

2ND AVENUE PIER

31

tal

31

Carolin To Conway a Bays Pa rkw

Lake Arrowhead Rd.

8th Ave. N.

1

1 7

7

7

Kings Hwy.

13 11 7

82nd Parkway

1

7

10th Ave. N.

3rd Ave. S.

5th Ave. N.

6th Ave. S.

9th Ave. S.

1 7

Oak St.

79th Ave. N.

t.

1

67th Ave. N.

1

62nd Ave. N.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

48th Ave. N.

S Main

POST OFFICE PO

29th Ave. N.

21st Ave. N.

ite Ave. Wh

7

WACCATEE BUSINESS ZOO

7 7 13

MYRTLE BEACH CONVENTION CENTER

GRAND STRAND REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

POST OFFICE

38th Ave. N.

e Mr. Jo

3rd A ve. S . Broadw ay

17

6

H

PO

Parkway

Grande Dunes Blvd.

544

CONWAY MEDICAL CENTER

H

17

Kin

LEGENDS IN CONCERT

31

River Oaks Dr.

Outlet Blvd.

10th Ave. N.

13 BROADWAY AT THE BEACH

BB&T COASTAL FIELD

Robert M. Grissom

Hwy. 15

6

SS

Seaboard St.

501

HORRY GEORGETOWN TECHNICAL COLLEGE

CAROLINA UNIVERSITY

as aco Intr

Forest Ln.

To Conway BYPA

GRANDE DUNES

MARINA AT COASTAL GRANDE DUNES

BROADWAY GRAND PRIX

MYRTLE WAVES

Riv er O

Intracoastal Waterway

To South Beaches

BYPASS

17 Mall Dr.

Seaboard St .

lvd.

Robert M. Gr issom

BYPAS S Seaboard St.

501

10th Ave. N.

MYRTLE BEACH AVIATION

ND MALL

Forest Ln.

BACKGATE ENTRANCE

nB Harrelso

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ay rkw Pa

MYRTLE WAVES

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7

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

1

t.

BUSINESS

1

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7

13 11 7

1

10th Ave. N.

1 7

8th Ave. N.

3rd Ave. S.

7 7 13

21st Ave. N.

ay

5th Ave. N.

6th Ave. S.

9th Ave. S.

STATE PARK PIER

13 Ave. S.

S

MYRTLE BEACH STATE PARK

17 Ave. S.

To South Beaches

9 7

29 Ave. S.

BUSINESS

17

7

Broadw

S Main

17

ENTRANCE

6

ite Ave. Wh

Hwy. 15

Pridgen Rd.

2

e Mr. Jo

3rd A ve. S .

Isla

17th A ve. S.

MYRTLE BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

MARKET COMMON

nd R d.

y. 1 5

BRO AT B

Robert M. Gr

Pine

Hw

BB&T COASTAL FIELD

8

Ocean Blvd.

SPRINGMAID BEACH

2ND AVENUE PIER

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13

2

179

YACHT CLUB Intracoa stal Wat erway Little Rive r Neck Rd .

13

CALABASH 179

. N.

Main St.

6th Ave. S.

14th Ave. S.

17th Ave. S.

11th Ave. N.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

15th Ave. S.

21st Ave. S.

29th Ave. S.

32nd Ave. S.

33rd Ave. S.

37th Ave. S.

46th Ave. S.

48th Ave. S.

28th Ave. S.

13

1

1

Hwy.

17

COQUINA

1

1

To Wilmington 6

LITTLE RIVER Sea Mountain Hwy.

6 Kings North

VEREEN’S MARINA

2nd Ave

ALABAMA THEATRE BAREFOOT LANDING

1

SC WELCOME CENTER

ay rkw Pa

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9

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31

ay

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13

POST OFFICE

PO

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ATLANTIC BEACH

Ocean Blvd.

BIRD ISLAND

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH lina Carot Blvd. s Fore

MARINA AT GRANDE DUNES

BROADWAY GRAND PRIX

PO

Parkway

POST OFFICE

tal

H

31 Wa t

PIRATES VOYAGE

RESTAURANT ROW

1 7

7

1 7

7

MYRTLE BEACH

Shore Dr.

Atlantic Ocean

11

17 ARCADIAN SHORES

MYRTLE BEACH MALL

7

TANGER OUTLET CENTER NORTH

Hilton Rd.

Ocean Blvd.

DUNES CLUB

13

Chestnut Rd.

Kings Hwy.

7

22 arkway

erway

CAROLINA OPRY

Oak St.

1

Carolin

a Bays P

Lake Arrowhead Rd.

82nd Parkway

GRAND STRAND REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

79th Ave. N.

67th Ave. N.

62nd Ave. N.

48th Ave. N.

38th Ave. N.

29th Ave. N.

TLE BEACH VENTION ENTER

17 Grande Dunes Blvd.

rissom

LEGENDS IN CONCERT

as aco Intr

13

GRANDE DUNES

Conway Bypass

31

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STRAND M A G A Z I N E

FOREST CROSSING

r.

SUNSET BEACH

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N

CHERRY GROVE BEACH PIER

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WAITER ISLAND

CHERRY GROVE BEACH

OCEAN DRIVE BEACH

Kin

WINDY HILL BEACH

APACHE PIER

45


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4

HEAVY DUTY STAINLESS STEEL INSULATED Tumbler COOLER

NOW

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Was $19

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Was $19.99

Starfish or SAND DOLLAR Sand Dollar

$ 99

1

$ 99

Was $16.99

EACH

Myrtle Beach Large Ceramic Coffee Mug

2-POSITION BEACH CHAIR

One coupon per person, per One coupon per person, per purchase. One offer per coupon. purchase. One offer per coupon. While supplies last. Exp. 3/31/21 While supplies last. Exp. 3/31/21

LARGE VARIETY

MYRTLE BEACH BEACH TOWELS

3

NOW

$ 99 Was $10

BODY BOARD WITH LEASH

NOW

10

$

3 for

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3

59¢ 99¢

NOW

$ 99

Reg. $14.99

24-Can Insulated Cooler

Assorted Colors

Freeze Me Shot Glass

Was $4.99

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