Best of Myrtle Beach (10/23-11/8)

Myrtle Beach Area Fun (October 23rd - November 8th, 2009)

What a gorgeous day! It's 81 outside and I just had lunch in the park... now back to work. There's plenty of fun stuff going on at the beach over the next few days. If you're in town next week, be sure to take in the "Taste of the Town" on Tuesday the 27th. In its 26th year, this is the Grand Strand's largest social culinary event of the season. You'll have the opportunity to sample delicious specialty foods prepared by chefs from more than fifty of the area's best restaurants. Details can be found online at http://www.tasteofthetownmb.com/.

The whole family will have fun at Broadway at the Beach's Holiday Harvest October 24th - November 7th. There will be a Farmer's Market, a Hay Maze, Pumpkin Pyramid, arts & crafts, cooking contests, fireworks and more at this Kid-Friendly event. See details online at http://www.holidayharvest.com/. There will also be trick or treating at B at the B's "Boovillie" on Halloween as well as an adult Halloween costume contest!

There will be a Trick or Treat festivities in the Lakeview Courtyard of Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach on Halloween, too. Kids in costume can even ride the Carousel FREE from 5pm to 7pm.

Other upcoming events include:
Sea Cruz, The Catalinas, and the Fantastic Shakers at North Myrtle Beach's Endless Summer Concert & Festival October 31st.

The Youngers in concert at the historic Myrtle Beach Train Depot November 7th - a South by Southeast Music Feast. $25 admission includes a pot luck dinner, beverages, and an evening of great live music. Feasting begins at 6pm and music by the opening act, Hippy Dog Produce, begins at 7pm. The main show begins around 8:30. See details online at www.sxsemusic.com.

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