Things to do in the Myrtle Beach area on Oct. 12

October 11, 2012 

Garden festival opens

The Low Country Herb Society opens its fourth annual Fall Garden Festival for two days through Saturday. A portion of proceeds will benefit a scholarship fund. Details at

Details | 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at Inlet Culinary Garden, 5071 U.S. 17 Bypass S, Murrells Inlet.

Woodcarved art at HGTC

See about 60 works by the Waterway Woodcarvers of Myrtle Beach, with members from several states, on exhibit Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays through Nov. 28. Details at 349-5269.

Details | 8 a.m.-noon at Horry-Georgetown Technical College Richardson Gallery, on S.C. 544 in Conway, for free.

See ‘War Horse’ movie

Adults and seniors are invited to catch a movie every Friday, next with “War Horse,” starring Jeremy Ervine and Emily Watson, and rated PG-13. Details at 918-2380.

Details | 3 p.m. at Myrtle Beach Base Recreation Center, 800 Gabreski Lane, near Farrow Parkway and The Market Common, for free.

‘The Goonies’ go outside

North Myrtle Beach’s “Movies at McLean” series concludes with “The Goonies,” a children’s adventure from 1985. Bring beach chairs and blankets for seating. Details at 280-5570, ext. 1.

Details | 7 p.m. at North Myrtle Beach’s McLean Park, 93 Oak Drive, south of Main Street, between First and Second avenues south, for free.

Angler cranks up band

Rich Johnson from Long Island, N.Y., also the host of “The Fishing Line” radio and TV show in the Northeast, returns with his Myrtle Beach-based Southern Edition Band for two nights of mix of classic rock, country and blues through Saturday. Details from the host site at 651-7211, or Johnson: 516-435-8382 or

Details | 8-11 p.m. O’Keefe’s Irish Pub, 834 Inlet Square Drive, Murrells Inlet, for free.

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