Some Special Thanksgiving Events

If you’ll be spending the Thanksgiving holiday in the area you’ll quickly come to realize there’s no better place to kneel down and give thanks than in front of the beautiful blue Atlantic Ocean. It has a certain way of putting things into perspective for all of us.

While everyone seems to be arguing on whether or not stores should be open on Thanksgiving and who is going where and when on Black Friday, you can just kick back at water’s edge, or on your balcony in a lounge chair, and just be grateful for the things that really matter – family and friends. There’s no more beautiful place to give those thanks than right here along the coast in South Carolina. So why not make the most of it while you’re here!

 

Some Special Thanksgiving Events
The annual Myrtle Beach Turkey Trot will be held on Thanksgiving morning and features an 8K, 5K, 1 mile and a free Kid’s Tot Trot this year. The trots all start and end at Valor Park at The Market. Packet pickup will be on Wednesday, Nov. 25 between 4-7 p.m. at Valor Park or the day of the Trot between 6:30-7:50 a.m.


Over 1,200 runners follow the course as it winds through The Market Common and the former historic Air Force Base. There will be Bojangles Biscuits and chocolate milk provided to all runners.

The 8K and 5K Races start at 8 a.m. The 1-mile race starts at 9 a.m. and the Kid’s Race begins prior to Awards Ceremony. For more information, visit myrtlebeachturkeytrot.com

 

Some Special Thanksgiving Events
The 46th Annual South Carolina State Bluegrass Festival takes place at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center from November 26-28, 2015. If you’re in the area and you enjoy blue grass music you won’t want to miss this special event. This is an indoor festival with floor and elevated seating. Both reserved and general admission seating is available. General admission ticket prices are Adult $40 per day or $90 for 3 days, Children (7-15) $20 per day or $45 for 3 days. Children under 7 are admitted free with adult. Reserved ticket prices vary. Parking Fee: $5.00 Daily. Handicapped park free.

From all of us at Myrtle Beach Seaside Resorts we’d like to wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving holiday!

Holiday Happenings at The Market Common

With the holidays approaching there’s plenty to do around the area if you’re looking for local activities. The holiday happenings at The Market Common in Myrtle Beach that take place from now through Christmas are especially worth mentioning. Definitely be sure to go visit the area and take advantage of the following events.

 

Holiday Happenings at The Market Common

Many seasonal craft vendors, live greenery and super fresh food will make up this year’s festive Holiday Bazaar on Howard Avenue. The bazaar is held from noon to 4 p.m. every Saturday through Nov. 19.

 

Holiday Happenings at The Market Common

You can enjoy live Music in the Streets with these extra special sounds of the season every Saturday from 2-5 p.m. through Dec. 19. The following musicians will be performing in the gazebos on Howard and Reed Avenues at the Market Common:

November 14: Super Reggae Man and Justin Jordan Duo
November 21: Prettier Than Matt and Shaun Brown
November 28: Tim Peterman and Charles Freeman
December 5: Shaun Brown and Tim Peterman
December 12: Sweet Sweet and Prettier Than Matt
December 19: Matt Parker and the Deacons and Alex Austin

 

Holiday Happenings at The Market Common

The Market Common will host their annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on Saturday November 21 from 6-8 p.m. in front of the Grand 14 Cinema. Mike the Magician will amaze everyone with his slight of hand. Santa will surprise everyone with his magical arrival! Come enjoy the street entertainment, balloon art, and your favorite mascots. Stick around after the show for a special meet and greet opportunity with Santa himself!

 

Holiday Happenings at The Market Common

Complimentary Carriage Rides can be had from 3-6 p.m. on Nov. 15, 21, 29 and Dec. 6, 13, 20, 21, 22, and 23 with pick up and drop off in front of Dolce Lusso Salon. If you’ve never taken a horse drawn carriage ride it’s something to be experienced! Taking one at this time of the year with the Common decorated for the holidays makes it extra special indeed!