Things to do in the Myrtle Beach area on April 21

April 20, 2014 

MATT SILFER

Ride down memory lane

See a museum of more than 50 muscle and classic cars and trucks owned and restored by car enthusiast Paul Cummings. Details at 903-4774 or www.wheelsofyesteryearmb.com.

Details | 10 a.m.-6 p.m. at Wheels of Yesteryear, 413 Hospitality Lane, near Carolina Forest, off U.S. 501, across from main entrance to Tanger Outlets, by Myrtle Beach Speedway, for $9 ages 16 and older, $6 ages 9-15, and free ages 8 and younger.

Final day for CCU show

See Coastal Carolina University studio art seniors’ works in the “Portfolio I: Studio Arts” thesis exhibition, in its final day. Details at 349-6454 – call for special parking needs – or www.coastal.edu/bryanartgallery.

Details | 9 a.m.-5 p.m. in CCU Randall Bryan Art Gallery, in Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts, for free.

Camellia Society convenes

The Grand Strand Camellia Society will meet, this time covering propagating camellias by cutting, and more details on grafting and air layering. Details at 995-1256l.

Details | 4:30 p.m. at Horry County Memorial Library Surfside Beach branch, 410 Surfside Drive; guests welcome.

‘Singing in the Sun’ starts

The 16th annual “Singing in the Sun” opens for six nights through Saturday starting with a launch party concert with Ivan Parker, Karen Peck & New River, and the Hoppers, Talleys and Whisnants. Details at 888-238-6858 or www.abrahamproductions.net.

Details | 7 p.m. at Myrtle Beach Convention Center, at Oak Street and 21st Avenue North, for $20 on this night.

Rock on with film

Coastal Carolina University has its “American Music: Rock ‘n’ Roll” series finale, with the film “Plugging In.” Details at 349-2787 or www.coastal.edu/culturalarts:

Details | 7 p.m. in CCU’s Johnson Auditorium, on main campus in Conway, for free.

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

Online.com/kicks.

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