Things to do in the Myrtle Beach area on Jan. 15

01/14/2013 5:00 PM

01/15/2013 7:16 AM

Learn about Lowcountry

Take a walk through Lowcountry history and learn about the “Swamp Fox,” Gen. Francis Marion. Details at 545-7020 or

Details | 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Georgetown County Museum, 632 Prince St., Georgetown; $4 ages 18-64, $3 ages 65 and older, $2 ages 7-17.

Cruise Conway waters

Take a 90-minute cruise on the Waccamaw River and Kingston Lake in Conway aboard Capt. Jim’s “River Memories” Scenic River Tours. Details at 246-1495 or

Details | 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. from Conway Marina, at end of Elm Street, by the Conway Marina Store & Ice Cream Shoppe; $15 ages 13 and older, $10 ages 3-12.

Get puzzled at swap

Bring home puzzles or donate some puzzles, or both, at a puzzle swap, for which submissions – without any pieces missing – are requested in secured/taped boxes by 1:45 p.m. Details at 449-0599.

Details | 2 p.m. at Ocean View Baptist Church, at Kings Highway and 74th Avenue North in Myrtle Beach, for free.

Aristocats trio returns

The Aristocats jazz trio – with Lloyd Kaplan on clarinet and saxophone, Dr. Joe Moyer on vocals and Nat Piccirilli on guitar – has returned for another winter of gigs on Tuesdays. Details at 448-2253 or

Details | 6-8 p.m. at Croissants Bistro and Bakery, 3751 Grissom Parkway, Myrtle Beach, at 38th Avenue North.

‘Third Tuesdays’ concert

The Cultural Council of Georgetown County begins a new year of “Third Tuesday Treasures” concerts, starting with Doug Fankhauser, a guitarist, singer and Chapman Stick performer Doug Fankhauser, with a student, Aaron Lampe. Details at 520-0744 or

Details | 7 p.m. at Holy Cross Faith Memorial Church, 85 Baskerville Drive, Litchfield Beach, west of U.S. 17, for free.

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