Things to do in the Myrtle Beach area on Nov. 20

November 19, 2012 

SkyWheel makes rounds

Ride the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel for a towering, and at night, LED-colorful, view of the coastline. Details at 839-9200 or www.skywheelusa.com.

Details | 11 a.m.-9 p.m. at 1110 N. Ocean Blvd., adjacent to Myrtle Beach’s Plyler Park, at Mr. Joe White Avenue for $13 ages 12-64; $11 ages 65 and older and military (with valid ID); $9 ages 3-11.

Woodcarvings at HGTC

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

Details | noon-4 p.m. at Horry-Georgetown Technical College Richardson Gallery, on S.C. 544 in Conway, for free.

Pianist plays in Litchfield

For the next Cultural Council of Georgetown County “Third Tuesday Treasures” concert, in a Christmas theme, pianist Ann Miles and past and present winners of the council’s “Young Treasures” scholarship competition will perform. Details at 520-0744 or www.culturalcouncil.info.

Details | 7 p.m. at Holy Cross Faith Memorial Episcopal Church, 113 Baskervill Drive, Litchfield Beach, west of U.S. 17 and north of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive; free, but a suggested $10 donation is appreciated.

‘Movies on Main’

Theatre of the Republic’s “Movies on Main” classic film series continues with “Miracle on 34th Street,” from 1947. Details at 488-0821 or www.theatreoftherepublic.com.

Details | 7 p.m. at Main Street Theatre, 337 Main St., Conway, for $5.

Open-mic laughs roll

An annual open-mic competition continues with a second round of contestants, including local performers. Details at 449-4242 or comedycabana.com.

Details | 8 p.m. at Comedy Cabana, 9588 N. Kings Highway, just north of Myrtle Beach, for $5.

For a complete list of upcoming events, festivals and shows visit MyrtleBeach

Online.com/kicks-online.

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