Museum spins in history
See a museum of 50 classic-muscle cars and trucks owned and restored by car enthusiast Paul Cummings. Details at 903-4774 or www.wheelsofyesteryearmb.com.
Details | Open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. at Wheels of Yesteryear, 413 Hospitality Lane, near Carolina Forest, off U.S. 501 near Tanger Outlets; $9 ages 16 and older, $8 seniors, $5 ages 9-15 and free ages 8 and younger.
‘1905’ exhibit spotlights port
Mondays-Saturdays through winter, sail with “1905: Georgetown’s Golden Year,” an exhibit of 35 enlarged and mounted photographs and other images showing Georgetown’s waterfront and downtown area during 1905, the port’s busiest year. Details at 520-0111 or www.scmaritimemuseum.org.
Details | 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at S.C. Maritime Museum, 729 Front St., Georgetown, for free.
Weekly art classes in NMB
Art classes in paint or pastel and charcoal are taught on Fridays by Stuart Fleishman. Details at 213-1037.
Details | 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at North Myrtle Beach’s J. Bryan Floyd Community Center, 1030 Possum Trot Road; $85 for four classes, or $25 drop-in rate.
See ‘Dreamgirls’ movie
Adults and seniors are invited to catch a movie every Friday, next with “Dreamgirls,” starring Jamie Foxx and Jennifer Hudson and rated PG-13. Details at 918-2380.
Details | 3 p.m. at Myrtle Beach Base Recreation Center, 800 Gabreski Lane, near Farrow Parkway and The Market Common, for free.
Improv doubles up night
See “Whose Night Out Is It Anyway?” an audience-interactive improv comedy show based on the TV show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” at 7:30 p.m. Fridays in January, and “Chick-Dick-tionary” at 9 p.m. in this day – both shows geared to adults. Details at 272-4242 or www.carolinaimprov.com.
Details | At Carolina Improv Company in the Uptown Theater, by Bass Pro Shops in Myrtle Beach mall, at U.S. 17 and S.C. 22, near Briarcliffe Acres; separate admission, or pay for first show – $12.75 online or $14 at door – and see second for free.
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