Peabo Bryson beamed when talking last week about what could be a hall of fame of ladies with all the duets he’s been honored to share. His grin and gratitude carried over the phone.
Headlining the 26th annual Pawleys Island Festival of Music & Art, Bryson will perform at 7 p.m. Saturday at The Reserve Golf Club of Pawleys Island. More details are in the column nearby full of major events for the first half of this month, the busiest season of all for festivals (See the full list at www.myrtlebeachonline.com).
Bryson, a Greenville native who recounts at peabobryson.net family time nearby in Mauldin, summed up his exaltation from all the duets as “one of those things that happened.”
“You don’t plan for it,” he said, happy to share memories cherished from each partnership in the studio. “The challenge is to be all you can be, and that’s what the magic of a duet really honestly and truly is, and falling in love a little bit with each lady.”
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▪ The late Natalie Cole, on “We’re the Best of Friends” album, from 1979 – “She was the first. You could never look into Natalie’s eyes and not be in love with her a little bit and listen to her voice.”
▪ The late Minnie Riperton, with his voice added to “Here We Go,” on her sixth and final album, released posthumously in 1980 – “I have gratitude that I was able to sing anything musically with someone that incredibly talented, and to know that it was her last project, and she knew it was going to be her last project ... ”
▪ Roberta Flack, for the whole “Born to Love” album, from 1983 – “I learned how to do a duet, specifically from her, because she has an inherent talent to integrate music with someone by playing to strengths and weaknesses equally, so you learn ... how you fall in your place naturally. ... She challenges you, but not in a competition.”
▪ Melissa Manchester, on “Lovers After All,” from her “For the Working Girl” album in 1980 – “This was a total accident. ... She was in town, recording a project, and her manager said she was sitting at a piano with a song she would not record, but was thinking about it, but said she would not do it, because when she co-wrote it as a duet, she said, ‘I had Peabo Bryson in mind.’ Her manager got in touch with mine, who spoke for me, saying, ‘He’d love to do it.’ I said, ‘Absolutely. Where is she? Where do you want me?’ She was working with (Arista Records’ founder) Clive Davis, at the time, and he didn’t know it was on the project.”
▪ Celine Dion, on Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” from the movie soundtrack in 1991 – I had agreed to do a duet with her even before there was a song – written by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman. ... I didn’t meet her until we saw each other in the recording studio. ... She and I were looking at each other, through a glass partition, and she starts singing and looks at me. Then I started singing, and she smiles a little bit. ... We went back and forth ... . That’s how our friendship started. She is such a talented and lovely human being.”
▪ Regina Belle, on Disney’s “A Whole New World (Aladdin’s Theme),” from movie soundtrack in 1992, also “I Can’t Imagine,” from his “Can You Stop the Rain?” CD – “Her strength is, if the project’s difficult, it’s very simple for her, and it helps her approach things in that way. ... ‘A Whole New World’ was a complicated duet. ... It’s all about individual interpretation, and whatever you interpret collectively. ... As a recording artist, you hope to record a song that means the world to you, meaningful in ways that are forever endearing. That song represents every hope and promise you could ever have.”
▪ Sandi Patty, on “It’s Christmas” Hallmark CD from 1996 – “She could sing her way from this planet to the galaxies and back. ... Working with her was one of the highlights of my career, and to get a chance to do something like that, and with the London Symphony Orchestra, you have to love that!”
▪ Kenny “G” Gorelick, saxophonist, on “By the Time This Night Is Over,” from Kenny G’s “Breathless” CD in 1992 – “He doesn’t sing, and he wanted to give some variety to his loyal fans (as heard with Lenny Williams on “Don’t Make Me Wait for Love” and Smokey Robinson “We’ve Saved the Best for Last”). I was on his hit list. We ran into each other at an awards show, and he, Clive Davis and I had a long chat about that project.”
Bryson has seized the charts with solo numbers, too, including “Let the Feeling Flow,” “If Ever You’re in My Arms Again” and “Can You Stop the Rain?”
“Any week now,” he said, look for his new CD, with producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, a project he calls “competitive .... exactly where I should be now” at age 65, with this view of, and care for, his voice: “There’s no such thing as rusting.”
An avid golfer who said he plans to bring his clubs on this trip to the Grand Strand, he still cannot believe the distance two hits from a quarter-century ago took.
“To think I would be a part of the two songs that are the greatest Disney sellers of all time,” Bryson said, “you couldn’t have scripted that any better.”
With music that “lives forever, for new generations,” Bryson said he also loves to welcome children in audiences on stage to sing a few notes with him on those Disney classics.
“One hundred percent of the time,” he said, ready to present the microphone, “they always deliver.”
Contact STEVE PALISIN at 843-444-1764.
If you go
▪ 26th annual Pawleys Island Festival of Music & Art, with all events at 7 p.m. at The Reserve Golf Club of Pawleys Island, 18 Reserve Drive, north off Willbrook Drive, west of Litchfield Beach: 17th annual Wine & Food Gala, Thursday, for $100; Shana Tucker, Friday, for $25, $35 or $45; Peabo Bryson, Saturday, for $30, $45 or $85; Zuill Bailey, Oct. 6, for $25 or $45; The Company Men, Oct. 7, for $25, $35 or $45; Barrett Baber, Oct. 8, for $25, $35 or $75; Marcus Anderson, Oct. 13, for $25 or $45; John Brown’s Little Big Band, Oct. 14, for $25, $35 or $75; and The Doo Wop Project, Oct. 15, for $30 or $50. Also: Muse Membership for $325, with two tickets to every event except Wine Gala. 843-626-8911 or pawleysmusic.com.
▪ Myrtle Beach Jazz Festival, 1 p.m.-midnight Saturday on Myrtle Beach’s Carver Street, between 18th and 21st avenues North, with Skipp Pearson, Loretta Holloway, Mark Rapp, Jonathan Lovett, Leland Rayner, Markus Helander, James “Bull” Canty, CC & Company Band, Tru Sol, Jazz Etc., Jessie Wilson Jr. & Friends, and west African drummers. Free admission; also, free parking at, and shuttles available to and from, former Myrtle Square Mall site, between Oak Street and North Kings Highway. 843-918-1062 or www.myrtlebeachjazzfestival.org.
▪ Saturday fests at La Belle Amie Vineyard, 1120 St. Joseph Road, Little River, just west of North Myrtle Beach Middle School: “Autumn Big Band Blast” noon-5 p.m. Oct. 1, for $10; “Rock Back the Clock Music Fest” noon-5 p.m. Oct. 15, for $8; and “Halloween Saturday Bonfire,” 12:30-4:30 p.m. Oct. 29 for $3. Also, bring two canned/dry good items for area food banks and receive $3 off admission. 843-399-9463 or labelleamie.com.
▪ 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday in downtown Conway, with free admission: Create! Conway’s 11th annual “Live Oak & Music Fest,” outside historic Horry County Courthouse, at Second Avenue and Elm Street (843-248-4527 or www.createconway.org); and Conway Parks, Recreation & Tourism’s seventh annual “Conway Fall Festival,” 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at Third Avenue and Laurel Street (843-488-1950 or www.conwayfallfestival.com).
▪ “Made in the Shade” concert series finale, “Jazz Under the Oaks,” featuring Denny Hess Trio and Georgetown’s own Kevin Jayroe, 2 p.m. Oct. 9 on lawn outside Kaminski House Museum, 1003 Front St., Georgetown. Free. 843-546-7706 or kaminskimuseum.org.
▪ “Local Brews Local Grooves” craft beer and music festival, 5 p.m. Oct. 15 at House of Blues, in Barefoot Landing, on U.S. 17 in North Myrtle Beach. General admission $11 advance or $13 day of show, and sampling wristband $15 on site. 843-272-3000 or www.hob.com/myrtlebeach.
Arts and crafts
▪ Myrtle Beach Fall Craft Show, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday and noon-6 p.m. Sunday, at Myrtle Beach Mall, at U.S. 17 and S.C. 22, near Briarcliffe Acres. 856-765-0118 or www.bkenterprisenj.com.
▪ Seacoast Artists Guild’s 13th annual Fall Art Show & Sale, Monday-Oct. 18 at Seacoast Artists Gallery, 3032 Nevers St., Myrtle Beach, in The Market Common, across from city’s Valor Memorial Garden. Open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays and noon-6 p.m. Sundays. Free. 843-232-7009 or www.seacoastartistsguild.com.
“Music in the Park,” 6-9 p.m. Thursdays in Georgetown’s Francis Marion Park, at Front and Broad streets, with John Lammonds & Band on Oct. 6, karaoke with Jessie Taylor Oct. 13, and Carolina Midnight Oct. 20. www.georgetownseaport.com/events/, or email GBASC29440@gmail.com.
▪ Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum: “Whiskey & Jazz” benefit with jazz singer Ann Caldwell, 7-10 p.m. Oct. 6 at 5517 Woodside Ave., Myrtle Beach, for $150; and S.C. Watermedia Society’s 39th annual Juried Exhibition (www.scwatermedia.com), Oct. 8-Nov. 27 at museum, 3100 S. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays and 1-4 p.m. Sundays. 843-238-2510 or myrtlebeachartmuseum.org.
▪ Oil Painters of America’s 12th annual “The Great Paint-Out” – with plein air artists invited – 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 8 (rain date: Oct. 15) in Sunset Beach Town Park, on Sunset Boulevard. 910 287-7136, www.oilpaintersofamerica.com, or email email@example.com.
▪ Waccamaw Arts and Crafts Guild’s 44th annual “Art in the Park,” 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 8-9 and Nov. 5-6 at Myrtle Beach’s Chapin Park, 1400 N. Kings Highway, and Nov. 12-13 in Myrtle Beach’s Valor Memorial Garden, on Farrow Parkway, at The Market Common. Free. 843-446-3830 or www.artsyparksy.com.
▪ Lazy Gator Craft Show, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Oct. 15 at Lazy Gator, 3986 U.S. 17 Business, Murrells Inlet, across from Marsh Walk. 203-982-8652, 843-651-4244 or www.lazygator.com.
▪ 25th annual St. John’s Greek Festival, benefiting various charities, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Thursday-Friday, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday, and noon-7 p.m. Sunday, at St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church, at U.S. 17 Bypass and 33rd Avenue North Extension in Myrtle Beach. $1 ages 11 and older, otherwise free. 843-448-3773 or www.stjohn-mb.org/greek-festival-2016.
▪ Annual “Smoke on the Beach” competition – benefiting Omar Shrine Center in Mount Pleasant – 6-9 p.m. Friday (with “Anything Butt” sampling) and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday at Broadway at the Beach, on 21st Avenue North in Myrtle Beach. Free admission. Buy food and beverages on site. 843-971-0131 or www.smokeonthebeach.org.
▪ In Myrtle Beach’s Valor Memorial Garden, on Farrow Parkway, at The Market Common, with free admission: seventh annual Myrtle Beach Wine Fest, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday, with purchase of $5 wine glass, buy tickets for 2-ounce samples as desired; ninth annual “Myrtle Beach Oktoberfest,” 4-9 p.m. Oct. 14 and 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Oct. 15. 843-712-2618 or myrtlebeachbeerfest.com, and 843-839-3500 or www.marketcommonmb.com.
▪ “Drink Pink,” for Caring in our Lifetime – assisting breast cancer survivors in Horry and Georgetown counties (caringinourlifetime.com) – 5:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 6 at Duplin Winery, 4650 U.S. 17 South, North Myrtle Beach, outside Barefoot Landing and Alligator Adventure. $15. 800-774-9634 or www.duplinwinery.com/drink-pink.
▪ Little River Chamber of Commerce’s 12th annual Little River “ShrimpFest,” 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Oct. 8 and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 9 at 4460 Mineola Ave., on Little River waterfront. Daily for ages 13 and older – $4 advance, $5 at gate, and free for children 12 and younger. 843-249-6604 or littlerivershrimpfest.org.
▪ 24th annual Columbus Day weekend “Festa Italiana,” by Order Sons & Daughters of Italy in America, Myrtle Beach Lodge 2662, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Oct. 8 and 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Oct. 9 at Broadway at the Beach, along 29th Avenue North in in Myrtle Beach. $1 admission. 848-333-7059 or or www.sonsofitalymb.com.
▪ 17th annual “Lip-Rippin’ Chilympics Chili Cook-Off” for Surfrider Foundation Grand Strand Chapter, noon Oct. 9 at Hot Fish Club, King Street Grille, and Morse Park Landing, all on U.S. 17 Business, on south end of Murrells Inlet. Free admission; buy chili samples. 843-333-2034 or surfridergrandstrand.org.
▪ 37th annual “Loris Bog-Off Festival,” 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Oct. 15 on Main Street in Loris. Free admission. 843-756-6030 or www.lorischambersc.com.
▪ Myrtle Beach Seafood Festival, by Myrtle Beach Downtown Redevelopment Corporation and city of Myrtle Beach, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Oct. 15 at former Pavilion site, on Myrtle Beach’s Ocean Boulevard, between Eighth and Ninth avenues North. Free admission. 843-918-1055 or www.myrtlebeachboardwalk.com.
The great outdoors
▪ Third annual “Fall Rollout Classic Car Show,” for Pawleys Island Masonic Lodge 409 and its charities, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday at Georgetown County Airport, 129 Airport Road, along U.S. 17, just south of Georgetown city limits. Free to see; $25 entry per car. 843 457-9621 or www.thefallrollout.com.
▪ Georgetown County Library Community Yard Sale, Saturday in proximate parking lots at three branches, respectively: 8 a.m.-noon at Georgetown (main branch), 405 Cleland St. Georgetown (843-545-3310); 9 a.m.-1 p.m. in Andrews, 105 N. Morgan Ave. (843-545-3621); and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Carvers Bay, 13048 Choppee Road (843-545-3315). georgetowncountylibrary.sc.gov.
▪ Grand Strand British Car Club’s fourth annual “Myrtle Beach Britfest,” benefiting Canine Angels Service Dogs of Little River, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday on Johnson and Hendrick avenues at The Market Common, in Myrtle Beach. Free for spectators; car or motorcycle entry $25. 843-651-7644, 843-222-2201, grandstrandbritishcarclub.com, or email Felsac@aol.com.
▪ Annual “Harvest Home Weekend” Fall Festival, 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday-Sunday at Brookgreen Gardens, on U.S. 17, between Murrells Inlet and Litchfield Beach, across from Huntington Beach State Park. Free with admission, which lasts seven days – $16 ages 13-64, $14 ages 65 and older, $8 ages 4-12, and free ages 3 and younger; Also: gardens open 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. daily, including National Sculpture Society 83rd annual Awards Exhibition (www.nationalsculpture.org), through Oct. 20; and “Whispering Wings” butterfly house open for half-hour visits daily through October, for extra $3 for ages 13 and older, $2 ages 4-12. 843-235-6000, 800-849-1931 or www.brookgreen.org.
▪ Town of Surfside Beach: 33rd annual Family Festival, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday on Surfside Drive, for free; and open house, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 8 at fire department, 810 First Ave. N., behind town hall (115 U.S. 17 Business N.) 843-650-9548 or www.surfsidebeach.org.
▪ Annual “Fall Garden Festival,” for Low Country Herb Society scholarship fund, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 7-8 at Inlet Culinary Garden, 5071 U.S. 17 Business S., Murrells Inlet. Free. 843-357-1194, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
▪ “StarWatch: International Observe the Moon Night,” 7 p.m. Oct. 8 at Ingram Planetarium, 7625 High Market St., Sunset Beach, N.C. Free. 910-575-0033 or museumplanetarium.org.
▪ Harbor Historical Association of Georgetown’s 27th annual Georgetown Wooden Boat Show, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Oct. 15 and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 16 on Front Street in Georgetown, for free. Also, sixth annual Goat Island Yacht Club Regatta, 6:30 p.m. Oct. 14 at S.C. Maritime Museum, 729 Front St., for $85. 843-520-0111, 843-545-0015 or woodenboatshow.com. Related: Art show and reception highlighting four members who each took a turn as Wooden Boat Show artists, with donated oil painting each – Susan Tiller in 2013, Johnnie Hare Cowan in 2014, Pat Puckett in 2015, and Judy Maring in 2016 – 5-8 p.m. Oct. 13 at Georgetown Art Gallery, 705 Front St., with exhibit through Nov. 5 (843-527-7711 or www.georgetownartgallery.com).
Get out for walks/runs/kicks
▪ Annual “In the Pink” Breast Cancer Awareness Walk, for Tidelands Health Foundation Breast Care Fund, 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Waccamaw Medical Park East, 4181 U.S. 17 Bypass, with two-mile course at 10 a.m. to Marsh Walk, on U.S. 17 Business. $30. 843-652-8080 or www.tidelandshealth.org/ways-of-giving/foundation/events/breastcancerwalk/.
▪ 10th annual Basil’s Pizza One Mile Family Fun Run/Walk, 6 p.m, Oct. 7 from (inside if raining) North Myrtle Beach Aquatic & Fitness Center, 1100 Second Ave. S. $8. including dinner and T-shirt. Additional dinner tickets $5 each. 843-281-3737 or www.afc.nmb.us.
▪ Sixth annual Georgetown “Bridge2Bridge” Run, for Friendship Place, serving Georgetown County (843-545-1115 or friendshipplaceinc.org), Oct. 8, with half-marathon and 12 k at 7:30 a.m., and 5k 7:45 a.m., from clock tower on Front Street in Georgetown, at Screven Street. Entry rates vary. www.bridge2bridgerun.com
▪ Annual “Walk to End Alzheimer’s,” 1.5 miles for Alzheimer’s Association, 10 a.m. Oct. 8, at Myrtle Beach’s Grand Park, across from The Market Common. 843-614-6608, www.alz.org/walk or email email@example.com.
▪ Annual “Out of the Darkness” Community Walk, for American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, 10 a.m. Oct. 8 at Broadway at the Beach, near Margaritaville, on 29th Avenue North in Myrtle Beach. 336-707-0022 or www.afsp.org/myrtle.
▪ 16th annual “Walk to Remember” – babies though pregnancy loss, stillbirth or newborn death – 2 p.m. Oct. 9, outside Conway Medical Center Patient Services and Birthplace entrance, 300 Singleton Ridge Road, Conway. 843-347-8007.
▪ Fifth annual “Kick Event,” 5:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and 3:30-8 p.m. Oct. 13 at 9Round 30-Minute Kickbox Fitness, 11899 S.C. 707, in Burgess community, across from Prince Creek development, north of Tournament Boulevard, with every kick all day in workouts equaling 1 cent for donation for breast cancer research. First-ever workout free for newcomers. 843-357-9800 or www.9Round.com/murrellsinletsc.
▪ “Waccamaw Heart & Stroke Walk” – 1 or 3 miles – for American Heart Association, 10 a.m. Oct. 15 from Myrtle Beach’s Plyler Park, at North Ocean Boulevard and Mr. Joe White Avenue. 843-282-2903, www.heart.org or heartwalk.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1150943.
▪ Fourth annual “Holly’s Hope Fun Run/Walk,” for leukemia awareness efforts in memory of Holly Allen of Conway, 9 a.m. Oct. 15 around Lake Busbee, along south side of U.S. 501 in Conway, accessible from New Road, from the on-ramp to U.S. 501 southeast from U.S. 701 (Fourth Avenue), and from other streets off U.S. 701 south. $30 adults, $20 children. 843-241-1688, 843-742-8772, 843-385-2604 or www.threeguyssubsandpies.com/hollys-fun-run.
▪ Coastal Carolina Mustang Club’s sixth annual Grand Strand Mustang National Stampede, with Mustang Club of America, Friday-Sunday at Myrtle Beach Convention Center, at Oak Street and 21st Avenue North. Free to see. Parking $5. 843-902-7928, 910-617-9580 or www.carolinamustangclub.com.
▪ “Blessing of the Animals,” 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, by St. Barnabas Anglican Church, in pavilion at Calabash Town Park, 868 Persimmon Road Park (843-467-4979, or email firstname.lastname@example.org); Sunday, during 7:45, 9 and 11 a.m. services at Church of the Resurrection, 8901 U.S. 17 Bypass S., west of Surfside Beach, between Glenns Bay Road and Garden City Connector (843-215-4500 or rezsurfside.org); and 5 p.m. Sunday at Holy Cross Faith Memorial Episcopal Church, 113 Baskerville Drive, Litchfield Beach, west of U.S. 17 (843-237-3459 or holycrossfm.org). Everyone’s asked to safeguard their pets with leashes or in a carrier.
▪ “Coastal Haunts” – with “The Asylum Nightmare” and “The Black Hole,” and three “escape rooms”: “The Carnival,” “The Boat House” and “The Laboratory” – benefiting Caleb’s Dragonfly Dreams, Barnabus Horse Foundation and St. Baldrick’s Foundation, at Myrtle Beach Mall, at U.S. 17 and S.C. 22, near Briarcliffe Acres, and next to Bass Pro Shops. Open 7 p.m. Saturday, and Oct. 7-8 and 12-31. Ticket options include: $40 for master pass for all five sites; $15 each for Asylum and Black Hole; $13 for all three escape rooms, or $5 each. 843-492-0515 or coastalhaunts.com.
▪ Third annual Bill Stewart Memorial Observation Run, Sunday, with last bike out at 11 a.m., at American Legion Post 178, 3950 U.S. 17 Business, Murrells Inlet. $20 rider, $5 passenger. 843-231-5604 or 401-692-1905.
▪ “Operation S.A.V.E. (Saving Animals & Veterans Event)” – benefiting Canine Angels, based in Little River and training service dogs to live with veterans – 5:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Pawleys Island Community Church, 10304 Ocean Highway (U.S. 17), Pawleys Island, with live music including John Lammonds, and two veterans speaking about how their service dogs transformed their lives and families. Suggested donation $5. 917-575-6235 or canineangelsusa.org, and host site: 843-237-4449.
▪ Rummage/yard sales: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 6-7 and 8:30-11:30 a.m. Oct. 8 at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 801 11th Ave. N., North Myrtle Beach (843-249-1169); and 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Oct. 8 inside Myrtle Beach Masonic Lodge, 941 U.S. 501, Myrtle Beach, near Food Lion (843-251-3667, or email Jpayne722@gmail.com).
▪ 16th annual “Cruise to the Coast Antique & Classic Car/Truck Show,” benefiting local charities, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 8 (rain date: Oct. 15) at Barefoot Landing, on U.S. 17 in North Myrtle Beach. Free to see. www.chicoracarclub.com/nmbshow.html and 843-361-3045, 866-805-5642 or www.nmbevents.com.
▪ “Special Needs Family Night,” 6-8 p.m. Oct. 11 (also with weekly “Special Needs Days,” 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursdays) at Rockin’ Jump trampoline park, 2200 N. Oak St., Myrtle Beach – next to Children’s Museum of South Carolina and across from Myrtle Beach Convention Center – sensory friendly with music turned down. $10 per jumper, $5 each accompanying jumper, and therapists/aides can jump for free with purchase of $2 jumping socks. Reach SOS Health Care of Myrtle Beach at 843-449-0554 or scautismhelp.com, and Rockin’ Jump at 843-242-3264 or myrtlebeach.rockinjump.com.
▪ “Fields of Faith” event, 6:30 p.m. Oct. 12 (gates open 5:45 p.m.) at at St. James High School Shark Stadium (or in gym, if raining), 10800 S.C. 707, at Salem Road in Burgess community, with free T-shirts for 800 students through the gate, and Glenn Walters, chief executive of Shabbach Youth Conferences, speaker. Also, area teams encouraged to wear team jerseys. Free admission. 843-655-1109, www.fieldsoffaith.com, or emaill email@example.com.
▪ 20th annual U.S. ProMiniGolf Association “Masters” National Championship, with $20,000 purse, Oct. 13-14 at Hawaiian Rumble Golf, 3210 U.S. 17 S., North Myrtle Beach, and Aloha Minigolf, 900 Lake Arrowhead Road, between Briarcliffe Acres and Myrtle Beach; final two rounds on morning of Oct. 15 at Hawaiian Rumble; and awarding of green jacket at 6 p.m. Oct. 15 at Crocodile Rocks, at Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach. Entry fees vary (deadline Saturday); free for spectators. Also, tournament for Canine Angels Service Dogs, in two-person teams, 5 p.m. Oct. 12 at Hawaiian Village Golf, 4205 U.S. 17 S., North Myrtle Beach; and tourney for YMCA of Coastal Carolina, 1-6 p.m. Oct. 30 at Aloha Minigolf. 843-458-2585, 843-272-7812, prominigolf.com, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.