Things to do in the Myrtle Beach area on Jan. 8

01/07/2013 5:00 PM

01/03/2013 12:38 PM

Learn tennis in MB

The Myrtle Beach Tennis Center is open Mondays-Fridays through February, with various programs, including an Adult Tennis Clinic, 9-10:30 a.m. Tuesdays-Thursdays and 6:15-7:45 p.m. Thursdays, each with a “theme of the day” such as stroke production, strategy and footwork. Details at 918-2440 or visit

Details | at 3302 Grissom Parkway, adjacent to Myrtle Beach High School; $13 members, otherwise $16.

Library remembers Presley

At “Elvis’s Birthday Celebration,” watch a classic movie and feast on peanut butter and banana sandwiches. Details at 915-7323 or

Details | 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Horry County Memorial Library Conway branch, 801 Main St., for free.

‘Elvis Night’ at Dick’s

The 20th annual “Elvis Night,” celebrating what would have been the King of Rock ’n’ Roll’s 78th birthday, will include “Elvis – Through the Years,” when Michael Sokolik Jr. of Socastee will perform a 45-minute set of Elvis’ 1950s and ‘60s hits, then the first round of the Elvis karaoke contest will take place. David Chaney of Myrtle Beach will do a set of Elvis ‘70s and Las Vegas-era songs before the second and final round of karaoke, from which the winner will take home a $200 prize. Details at 272-7794 or

Details | at Dick’s Last Resort, in Barefoot Landing, on U.S. 17 in North Myrtle Beach; no cover charge.

Stamp club convenes

The Myrtle Beach Stamp Club meets the first Tuesday monthly, this time only, on the second Tuesday, covering “New Zealand and Hollywood.” Details at 347-0087,, or email

Details | 7 p.m. at the Grand Strand Senior Center, 1268 21st Ave. N., Myrtle Beach; $10 annual memberships available.

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