If you’re taking a late season vacation and your travels are bringing you to the South Carolina coastal area this month we have some fun things to tell you about. You’ll surely want to take advantage of some local events in the area that promise you a good time. Whether you’re into the pleasures of looking at classic cars or you want to go someplace to scare your pants off, don’t miss the following popular events.
2014 Annual Fall Rollout
On Saturday, October 25 beginning at 8 a.m. the annual fall classic car show, 2014 Annual Fall Rollout, takes place at Carroll Ashmore Campbell Marine Complex located along the Sampit River at 101 River Walk Drive off US Route 17 in Georgetown, SC. The Show Parade will be held at 3 p.m. along the historic Front Street in Georgetown.
The show entrance fee is $25 early registration and $30 at the gate. There will be hourly 50/50 drawings beginning at 10 a.m. and door prize drawings from sponsors between 12 noon and 2 p.m. The first 200 registrants will receive a free dash plaque and will be entered for a chance to win a 1 week oceanfront vacation from Myrtle Beach Vacation Rentals.
Whether you’re entering a car for a chance to win a 1 week beachfront vacation or you’re attending just to browse and enjoy what you see, there will be music and entertainment for your family enjoyment. In addition, there will be food available all day and automotive vendors set up. All popular classes of vehicles will be represented and trophies presented to winners of cars and trucks from 1989 and older. Winners will be chosen by People’s Choice.
This year’s event is being sponsored by the Pawleys Island Masonic Lodge #409 and will benefit the local charities that they support and administer in the Georgetown County area. Included among those are Meals On Wheels, Coats for Kids, The Weekly Reader Program for Georgetown County Schools, Make A Wish Foundation for Georgetown and Horry Counties and the American Marine Institute. For more information call 843-457-9621.
2014 Boardwalk Fright Nights
For those who aren’t scaredy-cats there are some scary-good times at the 2014 Boardwalk Fright Nights beginning at 8 p.m., Friday night, October 3 and runs every weekend through November 1 as the Myrtle Beach boardwalk transforms into a freaky-fun place to be for the Halloween season! There will be lots of roaming live zombies, haunted attractions, great off-season discounts at most area shops and restaurants, children’s festival, live concerts and guaranteed super big tricks & treats! For more information call 843) 602-4813.