5 Myrtle Beach Area Events for a Relaxing Weekend

November 2019
Written By: 
Julie Flanagan
Photographs by: 
Jon Stell

The holiday season is almost upon us, so take a moment to relax this weekend 

New South Brewing Barely Legal Anniversary Party

Friday, November 22, 4:30–7 p.m.

Cheers to our friends at New South Brewing as they turn 21! This evening of celebration will feature special new beers, The Gnosh Pit and Benito’s Rolling Oven food trucks and great vibes. Be sure to bring a canned food donation for Marathon for Meals. Happy birthday, New South! Visit newsouthbrewing.com for details.

 

Myrtle Beach Invitational at CCU’s HTC Center   

Thursday, November 21, Friday, November 22, and Sunday, November 24 

Watch some exciting college hoops at the HTC Center. The second year of this tournament will include Baylor, Mississippi State, Villanova, Coastal Carolina, Middle Tennessee, Ohio, Tulane and Utah on the court. Visit the website to check out the full tournament schedule: espnevents.com/myrtle-beach-invitational

 

Sensory Friendly Frozen 2 at Grande 14 at The Market Common 

Saturday, November 23, 10 a.m.



This sensory friendly movie showing of Frozen 2, hosted by the Champion Autism Network, features lights up, sound down and freedom for children to move around. There will be no trailers and popcorn and drinks will be just $1. Go to champtionautismnetwork.com for more information.

 

Gratitude Walk at Brookgreen Gardens

Saturday, November 23, 2–3:30 p.m.  

Stroll the beautiful Labyrinth at as you prepare to approach the busy season ahead. Slow down and take a moment to contemplate the true gifts you have received. Feel free to linger after the walk to enjoy some quiet reflection. Go to brookgreen.org for more details.  

 

Pet Photos with Santa at the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex

Sunday, November 24, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.

Dogs love Santa too! Bring your good boy or girl to meet the big man himself at the Dirty Dawg Large Dog Park. Capture the perfect shot for your Christmas card. All well-behaved pups on leashes are welcome to attend this free event. Visit parks.nmb.us for more information.