Things to do in the Myrtle Beach area on April 7

April 6, 2014 

Book sale at library

The Friends of the Carolina Forest Library conclude their spring book sale. Details at 915-5282 or www.hcml.org.

Details | 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Horry County Memorial Library’s Carolina Forest branch 2250 Carolina Forest Blvd., east of U.S. 501.

See student art show

The annual High School Show continues through April 18, with pieces by youth from South, West, and North Brunswick high schools. Details at 910-278-7560 or www.franklinsquaregallery.com.

Details | 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays at Franklin Square Gallery, 130 East West St., Southport, N.C., for free.

Learn line dancing

A session of four weekly beginning line-dancing classes starts, going through April 28. Details at 910-575-6575, www.countrylinedancing.com, and anaerobicstudio.com, or email wandafull1@hotmail.com.

Details | 6-7 p.m. in Anaerobic Studio, in Myrtle Beach Mall, at U.S. 17 and S.C. 22, near Briarcliffe Acres, by theater corridor, for $20 for all four lessons.

Latin music explored

At “Latin Rhythms from Mambo to Hip Hop,” see the film “Latin Music USA, Episode 1: Bridges and From Mambo to Hip-Hop: A South Bronx Tale.” Details at 349-2787 or www.coastal.edu/culturalarts.

Details | 7 p.m. in Coastal Carolina University’s Johnson Auditorium, on Conway campus, for free.

Brookgreen open later

Brookgreen Gardens, which opens at 9:30 a.m. daily, stays open later every day in April, until 8 p.m. Details at 235-6000, 800-849-1931 or www.brookgreen.org.

Details | At gardens, on U.S. 17 between Murrells Inlet and Litchfield Beach, across from Huntington Beach State Park, with admission that lasts seven days: $14 ages 13-64, $12 ages 65 and older, and $7 ages 4-12.

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

Online.com/kicks.

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