Things to do in the Myrtle Beach area on Nov. 21

November 20, 2012 

N.C. wildlife group art shown

The 2012 N.C. Wildlife Art Society Exhibition, “Wild North Carolina Through the Artist’s Eyes,” with about 40 works, opens, continuing through Jan. 5. Details at 910-575-5999 or

Details | 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays at Sunset River Marketplace, 10283 Beach Drive S.W. (N.C. 179), Calabash, N.C., for free.

Learn about reptiles

In “Reptile Rap,” for ages 6 and older, learn about turtles, lizards, alligators and snakes and their importance in the ecosystem. Details at 238-0874 or

Details | 3-4 p.m. (park open 6 a.m.-10 p.m.) at Myrtle Beach State Park, on U.S. 17 Business, one mile south of Ocean Boulevard/Farrow Parkway; $3 plus park admission: $5 ages 16 and older, $3.25 S.C. seniors, and $3 ages 6-15.

Donate food with blues

Spider Webb and the Boogie Blues Revue’s have added a “True Blues For Food” drive and concert series with guests including Chicago Bob Hess, Digger T, Coman Sproles, Vern Cygan, Dollar Bill and Oscar Valencia. Everyone is asked to bring a food item or two to donate. Details at 249-6480 or

Details | 8 p.m.-midnight at The O.D. Arcade & Lounge, 100 S. Ocean Blvd., North Myrtle Beach, for free.

Loris man on TV

Everyone’s invited to join Chad Weatherford of Loris and cheer him at a public viewing of the Field & Stream “Total Outdoorsman Challenge.” He remains in the competition with six episodes to go. Details at

Details | 8 p.m., with TV show airing at 9:30 p.m. on Outdoor Channel, at Long Beards Bars & Grill, 5040 Carolina Forest Boulevard, Carolina Forest; free admission.

Oliveira returns to MB

Manny Oliveira, a comedian with three decades in the business and a frequent visitor to Myrtle Beach , will perform nightly, including Thanksgiving, through Saturday, with Trenton Davis and Cooter Douglas opening. Details at 449-4242 or

Details | 8 p.m. at Comedy Cabana, 9588 N. Kings Highway, just north of Myrtle Beach, for $15.

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