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‘Silent Cities’ is a guided tour through the cemeteries at Brookgreen and features information about the historical burial customs of European and African origin. Tickets are $15 after the Garden admission.
The Myrtle Beach Mall has its own indoor ice skating rink which will be open through February 1st.
The House of Blues presents Departure, a tribute band to Journey! Hear all of your favorite Journey songs Jan 30th.
Spend a Saturday afternoon exploring the shops and restaurants of Downtown Conway while enjoying chocolate treats prepared by the businesses.
the Children’s Discovery Room at Brookgreen Gardens will share seven interactive stations for children ages 4 through 12 that help kids to learn about the rich history, nature, and art at Brookgreen Gardens. Discovery Room is free with garden admission.
Once again Carolina Winds and the Vacation Myrtle Beach family are supporting Toys for Tots by collecting new, unwrapped toys for children in need this holiday season.
This is the third year that Carolina Winds has supported Toys for Tots. Over the past two seasons nearly $2,500 was collected through Vacation Myrtle Beach along with five trucks full of toys and we hope to surpass that this year.
Those booking with Carolina Winds will able to donate in a variety of ways. One option is by adding on a donation while booking, either online or on the phone. This is great for guests who won’t be in Myrtle Beach during the fundraiser but who would like to make a donation. The second way is by donating a dollar or more during the check-in process. This is perfect for guests who are coming for a Myrtle Beach vacation during the holidays. The third way is by dropping off a new toy. Just be sure not to wrap it! These toys can be dropped off at any Vacation Myrtle Beach resort and placed under their Toys for Tots Christmas tree.
The local Toys for Tots chapter, located in Murrells Inlet, assists thousands of children in needs each year. According to the most recent census data, 25.2% of people living in Myrtle Beach are below the poverty level as compared to 17% for the state and according to The Annie E. Casey Foundation Kids Count Data Center’s most recent information, more than 30% of children in Horry County are living in households that fall below the poverty level. These numbers are heartbreaking and show how great the need is in our area.
Join together with Carolina Winds and Vacation Myrtle Beach and make a donation this holiday season to help a child in need who may otherwise get little to none this Christmas.