Things to do in the Myrtle Beach area on Jan. 23
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New ‘Promenades’ series
The FPC Concerts’ “Promenades” series opens its 28th season with Ukrainian native Aleksey Semenenko, violinist, accompanied by Inna Firsova on piano. Details at 448-4496 or www.fpcconcerts.com.
Details | 1 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 1300 N. Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach, for $15 at door, or season ticket $40 or $60.
Meet, greet Stokes
Meet and greet Diane DeVaughn Stokes, local TV talk show host and producer, radio personality, speaker, writer, and actress, in a visit coordinated by the Friends of the Carolina Forest Library. Details at 915-5282 or www.hcml.org.
Details | 3 p.m. at Horry County Memorial Library’s Carolina Forest branch 2250 Carolina Forest Blvd., east of U.S. 501, for free.
Aristocats at library
Catch a swing/jazz evening by the Aristocats jazz group – with Clair Fancher on bass, Lloyd Kaplan (clarinet and saxophone), Dr. Joseph Moyer (electric drum) and Nat Piccirilli (guitar) – in the first of three library concerts this winter. Details at 915-7323 or www.hcml.org.
Details | 6-7 p.m. at Horry County Memorial Library Conway branch, 801 Main St., for free.
‘Daisy’ in last two weeks
Atlantic Stage continues its sixth season, with “Driving Miss Daisy” for two more weekends through Feb. 2. Details at 877-287-8587 or www.atlanticstage.com.
Details | 7:30 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays and 3 p.m. Sundays, at the 79th Avenue Theatre, in Coastal Carolina University’s Myrtle Beach Education Center, at U.S. 17 Bypass, for $27.50 general admission; $22.50 seniors, (ages 55 and older) educators and military; $17.50 students, including Osher Lifelong Learning Institute members; and $10 side section seats.
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