Conway Riverfest: A Fourth of July Celebration

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Conway, South Carolina has been celebrating Independence Day with the Conway Riverfest for over 30 years, and it is one of the city’s biggest festivals.  They ring in the red, white, and blue the weekend before the fourth… Continue reading

Myrtle Beach Speedway

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Myrtle Beach Speedway offers a venue for racing, excitement, and a night out for the family and/or racing enthusiast.  This past Saturday night was opening night for the 2015 season and the Speedway… Continue reading

The Kindred Spirit Mailbox

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Karen and I recently spent a weekend in the southern-most Brunswick Islands, NC enjoying numerous adventures—from exploring The Museum of Coastal Carolina and the Ingram Planetarium to sipping chai tea at the local coffee shop Drift—but… Continue reading

The Museum of Coastal Carolina

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The Museum of Coastal Carolina is North Carolina’s only natural history museum on a barrier island, and it is only about 50 minutes from Myrtle Beach.  It is a small building but it… Continue reading

The Old Sunset Beach Pontoon Bridge and Museum in Sunset Beach, NC

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A one-lane, wooden bridge that rose and fell with the tide and floated on pontoons was the only way to travel between the mainland and the island of Sunset Beach, NC up until 2010… Continue reading

Moonshine tasting at Palmetto Moonshine

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Unleash your inner-outlaw – but keep it legal – by sampling moonshine at Palmetto Moonshine in Myrtle Beach.  Palmetto Moonshine offers South Carolina’s first legal moonshine, made from local ingredients and distilled in Anderson, SC. Kelly… Continue reading

Taste of Christmas – a holiday variety show

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If you are looking for a holiday event to entertain you and keep Christ in Christmas, then this annual holiday show is a must.  Christ United Methodist Church puts on a free four-night… Continue reading

L.W. Paul Living History Farm – Syrup Day

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Ever wonder what it would be like to live on a farm between 1900 and 1955?  The L.W. Paul Living History Farm is a 17-acre fully-functioning farm operating as if it were that era… Continue reading

Conway Ghost Walk: Spirits of the Lowcountry

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Conway Downtown Alive hosts the Conway Ghost Walk for three nights at the end of October in downtown Conway, SC from 7:00pm – 8:30pm. The walk takes between 60 and 90 minutes –… Continue reading

Lake Busbee bike and walking trail in Conway

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Lake Busbee is a 325-acre man-made lake that was used as a cooling pond for the Grainger Steam-Electric Generating Plant built in 1966. The plant closed in 2012 but the lake remains a beautiful… Continue reading