Things to do in the Myrtle Beach area on Jan. 7

January 7, 2014 

Horry County Museum

CHARLES SLATE — cslate@thesunnews.com Buy Photo

Museum in new home

The Horry County Museum has moved to its new, larger site, on two stories of wood floors in the historic Burroughs School building, with various exhibits including the 150th anniversary of the Civil War. Details at 915-5320 or www.horrycountymuseum.org.

Details | 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays (but not holidays) at 805 Main St., Conway, next to Horry County Memorial Library Conway branch, for free.

Discover family treeing

Ann Fowler, a family researcher from of Whiteville, N.C., will give a genealogy presentation, “Where Did I Come From? Adventures in Finding a Family Tree.” Details at 915-5281 or www.hcml.org.

Details | 3-4:15 a.m. at Horry County Memorial Library North Myrtle Beach branch, 910 First Ave. S., for free.

Stamp Club convenes

The Myrtle Beach Stamp Club welcomes everyone for its monthly meeting, this time with the program “Buying and Selling at Auction” – ahead of the club’s annual stamp and postcard show Feb. 8-9 at Clarion Hotel & Conference Center, 101 Fantasy Harbour Blvd., just west of Myrtle Beach. Details at 347-0087.

Details | 7 p.m. at Grand Strand Senior Center, 1268 21st Ave. N., Myrtle Beach, for free. Also, annual memberships $10.

Pawleys band practices

The Pawleys Island Concert Band welcomes experienced brass, woodwind and percussion musicians to join in rehearsals every Tuesday, in preparation for its ninth annual holiday/Christmas concert. Details at 274-5991 or www.pawleysislandconcertband.org.

Details | 7 p.m. at Litchfield Exchange, 14329 Ocean Highway (U.S. 17), Litchfield Beach, in back side of plaza, across from Bella’s Italian.

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

Online.com/kicks.

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