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Today is September 3, 2015 - Ocean Drive, SC 29582  

Nearby communities: Atlantic Beach / Briarcliffe Acres / Cherry Grove / Crescent Beach / North Myrtle Beach

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Thursday, September 3rd, 2015

  • | 6:00am - 12:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Radio, Wally B, The Tide, Myrtle Beach, Wake Up
    - Listen to 94.5 The Tide on the radio or online and wake up with Wally B every weekday morning from 6am to Noon!
     
           
  • | 10:00am - 6:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    - Come tour our beautiful winery. Tours begin at 11 a.m. every Thursday.
    Enjoy wine tastings and pick 12 of your favorites and we will take 20% off your case! A great place to unwind during the day!
    La Belle Amie Vineyard
    1120 Saint Joseph Road Little River SC 29566
    Chuck Weigle 843.399.9463 info@LaBelleAmie.com
  • | 12:00pm - 12:30pm | Local Events, Personal Injury, Auto Accidents, Legal Help, Myrtle Beach, florence, injury
    - Legal Access, a featured show on WMBF News, answers some of the area's most commonly asked legal questions. Legal Access airs every Thursday from 12 - 12:30 p.m.

    Guests each week will include attorneys from law firms throughout the Grand Strand and Pee Dee area. Get the answers you need concerning Workers Compensation, DUI, personal injury, and more, all for free.

    Get the answers you need on Legal Access, only on WMBF News. Call 843-848-8080 to have your questions answered or email legalaccess@wmbfnews.com.
    WMBF Television
           
    Legal Acces Line (Open on Thursdays @ noon) 843.848.8080 Heather@maguirelawfirm.com
  • | Afternoon | Local Events
    - Early Bird Dinner
    Monday to Saturday
    From 4:30 to 5:45 PM


    The Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro
    4269 Luck Ave Little River SC 29566
  • | 7:00pm - 9:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, concert, free concerts, free, entertainment, music, live, NMB, main street
    - Journey to downtown North Myrtle Beach to delight in the sounds of a live band on Main Street. Families are encouraged to come downtown after work or after a long day on the beach to experience the many restaurants of Main St., listen to live music, shop, and dance til’ you drop. Kick back and unwind with us in your beach chair on Main St. Visit http://parks.nmb.us/Page.aspx?id=11 for current information.

    Concert Locations:
    Main Street: 202 Main Street, North Myrtle Beach
    Horseshoe: 11 S. Ocean Blvd., North Myrtle Beach

    Time: 7:00 - 9:00 pm
    Fee: FREE

    RSVP on Facebook



    2015 Concert Schedule:



    Thursday, May 14 – Main Street
    Revival (Classic Rock)

    Thursday, May 21 – Horseshoe
    Carolina Breakers (Beach)

    Thursday, May 28 – Main Street
    CC & Co. (Motown/Top 40)



    Thursday, June 4 – Horseshoe
    Midnight Allie (Beach)

    Thursday, June 11 – Main Street
    The Wannabees (Classic Rock)

    Thursday, June 18 – Horseshoe
    Carolina Soul Band (Beach/Motown)

    Thursday, June 25 – Main Street
    Ultimate Rock Machine (70s, 80s, 90s Rock)



    Thursday, July 2 – Horseshoe
    Fat Jack Band (Beach/Motown)

    Thursday, July 9 – Main Street
    Southern Blue (Variety/Classic Rock)

    Thursday, July 16 – Horseshoe
    Castaways (Beach)

    Thursday, July 23 – Main Street
    The Deluge (Blues/Variety)

    Thursday, July 30 – Horseshoe
    Hip Pocket (Beach/Variety)



    Thursday, August 6 – Main Street
    Too Much Sylvia (Variety)

    Thursday, August 13 – Horseshoe
    Entertainers (Beach)

    Thursday, August 20 – Main Street
    The Necessary Band (Variety/Classic Rock)

    Thursday, August 27 – Horseshoe
    The Fantastic Shakers (Beach)



    Thursday, September 3 – Main Street
    Tastes Like Chicken (Variety)

    Thursday, September 10 – Horseshoe
    Jim Quick & Coastline (Beach)

    Thursday, September 17 – Main Street
    Tru Sol (Motown/Variety)

    Thursday, September 24 – Horseshoe
    Envision (Beach/Motown)


    Thursday, October 1 - Horseshoe
    Marsha Morgan Band (Beach)


    For day of event weather information call the "Rec Check" hotline at (843) 280-5594 ext. 3 or check our Facebook page: NMBParksandRec.

    For more summer concerts, view our Sounds of Summer Concert Series.
    Main Street, North Myrtle Beach
    202 Main Street North Myrtle Beach SC 29582
    North Myrtle Beach Parks & Recreation 843.280.5594 recreation@nmb.us

Friday, September 4th, 2015

  • | 10:00am - 9:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, Coastal Uncorked, Myrtle Beach, Broadway at the Beach
    - Join Broadway at the Beach as we welcome the 2015 Coastal Uncorked festival to Celebrity Square Labor Day weekend! Hosted by the Myrtle Beach Area Hospitality Association, Coastal Uncorked is the Grand Strand’s premier food, wine and spirits festival. This year's event will feature Chocolate Under the Moon, a dessert and moonshine mixology event under the stars on Friday night and the popular Grand Tasting Tent continues throughout the weekend! More information to come!
    Broadway at the Beach
    1325 Celebrity Square Myrtle Beach SC 29577
    Cara Slone 843.913.1315 cara.slone@bccompany.com
  • | Afternoon | Local Events
    - Early Bird Dinner
    Monday to Saturday
    From 4:30 to 5:45 PM


    The Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro
    4269 Luck Ave Little River SC 29566
  • | 5:00pm - 9:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, Classic Car Show, Cruise-In, Old Fashioned Hamburgers, Hotdogs, Milkshakes
    - The Carolina Dream Cruisers host a Classic Car Show Cruise-In every Friday night at Burky's Grill. Enjoy old fashioned, classic burgers, dogs and shakes while you check out classic cruisers. It is a step back in time and fun for all ages.
    Burky's Grill
    4001 N. Kings Hwy. Myrtle Beach SC 29577
    Christopher Roach 919.257.1244
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    Make plans to attend Labor Day Saturday Sept 5th La Belle Amie Vineyard 399-9463


     
           

Saturday, September 5th, 2015

  • | 10:00am - 9:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, Coastal Uncorked, Myrtle Beach, Broadway at the Beach
    - Join Broadway at the Beach as we welcome the 2015 Coastal Uncorked festival to Celebrity Square Labor Day weekend! Hosted by the Myrtle Beach Area Hospitality Association, Coastal Uncorked is the Grand Strand’s premier food, wine and spirits festival. This year's event will feature Chocolate Under the Moon, a dessert and moonshine mixology event under the stars on Friday night and the popular Grand Tasting Tent continues throughout the weekend! More information to come!
    Broadway at the Beach
    1325 Celebrity Square Myrtle Beach SC 29577
    Cara Slone 843.913.1315 cara.slone@bccompany.com
  • | Afternoon | Local Events
    - Early Bird Dinner
    Monday to Saturday
    From 4:30 to 5:45 PM


    The Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro
    4269 Luck Ave Little River SC 29566

Sunday, September 6th, 2015

  • | 10:00am - 9:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, Coastal Uncorked, Myrtle Beach, Broadway at the Beach
    - Join Broadway at the Beach as we welcome the 2015 Coastal Uncorked festival to Celebrity Square Labor Day weekend! Hosted by the Myrtle Beach Area Hospitality Association, Coastal Uncorked is the Grand Strand’s premier food, wine and spirits festival. This year's event will feature Chocolate Under the Moon, a dessert and moonshine mixology event under the stars on Friday night and the popular Grand Tasting Tent continues throughout the weekend! More information to come!
    Broadway at the Beach
    1325 Celebrity Square Myrtle Beach SC 29577
    Cara Slone 843.913.1315 cara.slone@bccompany.com
  • | 12:00pm - 9:00pm | Daily Specials, Spaghetti, Italian Dining, Little River, Longs, North Myrtle Beach
    - Come in and enjoy home-made Spaghetti & Meatballs, made like your Mama's, for only $8.99 all day every Sunday! Includes Salad and Bread.
    Chris' Pizza and Pub
    170 Surfrider Blvd. Longs SC 29568
    David Slomka 843.399.5665
  • | Afternoon | Local Events
    - Early Bird Dinner
    Monday to Saturday
    From 4:30 to 5:45 PM


    The Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro
    4269 Luck Ave Little River SC 29566

Monday, September 7th, 2015

  • | 6:00am - 12:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Radio, Wally B, The Tide, Myrtle Beach, Wake Up
    - Listen to 94.5 The Tide on the radio or online and wake up with Wally B every weekday morning from 6am to Noon!
     
           
  • - 10am- 5pm every Monday. Call for details 843-399-9463.
    La Belle Amie Vineyard
    1120 Saint Joseph Road Little River SC 29566
    Chuck Weigle 843.399.9463 info@LaBelleAmie.com
  • | Afternoon | Local Events
    - Early Bird Dinner
    Monday to Saturday
    From 4:30 to 5:45 PM


    The Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro
    4269 Luck Ave Little River SC 29566
  • | Afternoon | Kids, childcare
    - Horry County Parks and Recreation After School Program provides a fun and exciting environment for your child to learn and play. Our program offers your child an afternoon snack, time for your child to work on homework, play organized games, and create fun crafts! $25 per week per child! North Strand Park is within Riverside and North Myrtle Beach School Zone.
    We also offer other locations
    Burgess Community Center
    South Strand Recreation Center
    Carolina Forest Recreation Center
    James R. Frazier Community Center
    North Strand Park
    120 hwy 57 S Little River SC 29566
    Darrah Heinold 843.915.7879 heinoldd@horrycounty.org
  • | Special Interest, Europe, Travel, Cruise. Paris. Viking River Cruises
    - Experience a seven night cruise on the Rhine River from Basel to Trier aboard the Viking Modi and end with two nights in Paris. The included excursions allow you to experience the history and culture of these amazing cities and port towns. Cruise sails April 4-11, 2016 and Paris immediately follows. Prices begin at $2780.50 based on double occupancy. Limited availability, call today. Ask about e-check discounts and save even more.
    All About Travel
    308 Main St North Myrtle Beach SC 29582
    Liz Campbell 843.281.0480 cruisegal_aat@yahoo.com
  • | All Day | NATL - National Holidays
     
           

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

  • | 6:00am - 12:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Radio, Wally B, The Tide, Myrtle Beach, Wake Up
    - Listen to 94.5 The Tide on the radio or online and wake up with Wally B every weekday morning from 6am to Noon!
     
           
  • | Afternoon | Local Events
    - Early Bird Dinner
    Monday to Saturday
    From 4:30 to 5:45 PM


    The Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro
    4269 Luck Ave Little River SC 29566
  • | 5:30pm - 7:30pm | Health Seminars and Screenings
    - Come join us for our Special Report! Dr. Daniel Falk and Dr. Dallas Lummus will go over the strengths of chiropractic care. In order to stay happy and healthy, getting regular spinal adjustments are one of the many keys. We will also talk about the benefits of proper ergonomics, healthy eating, and regular exercising!
    Falk Family Chiropractic
    1501 Ninth Ave Conway SC 29526
    Jamie-Lynne Oberlin 843.504.0636 jamielynne@falkfamilychiropractic.com
  • | Special Interest, Europe, Travel, Cruise, Viking River Cruise, Paris
    - Experience a seven night cruise on the Rhine River from Basel to Trier aboard the Viking Modi and end with two nights in Paris. The included excursions allow you to experience the history and culture of these amazing cities and port towns. Cruise sails April 4-11, 2016 and Paris immediately follows. Prices begin at $2780.50 based on double occupancy. Limited availability, call today. Ask about e-check discounts and save even more.
    All About Travel
    308 Main St North Myrtle Beach SC 29582
    Liz Campbell 843.281.0480 cruisegal_aat@yahoo.com

Wednesday, September 9th, 2015

  • | 6:00am - 12:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Radio, Wally B, The Tide, Myrtle Beach, Wake Up
    - Listen to 94.5 The Tide on the radio or online and wake up with Wally B every weekday morning from 6am to Noon!
     
           
  • | 9:00am - 4:00pm | Health Seminars and Screenings, Hearing Screening, Hearing Test, Health Screening
    - Schedule your FREE Hearing Screening today.
    Almost everybody knows someone who has been affected by some degree of hearing loss. While hearing impairment can be the result of heredity, it also is a natural and graduated result of the aging process.
    We deal with people of all ages who are interested in finding out more about hearing loss, either for themselves or for a family member. It’s not uncommon for people suffering from hearing loss to be defensive or in denial about it. Hearing well improves your quality of life. Get screened today.
    Advanced Audiology and Hearing Aid Center
    640 6th Ave. South North Myrtle Beach SC 29582
    Jerri Atwood 843.663.4327
  • - Looking for a great place to unwind mid week? Get to La Belle Amie for their 1/2 Price Wine Tasting and Afternoon Music Every Wednesday.
    La Belle Amie Vineyard
    1120 Saint Joseph Road Little River SC 29566
    Chuck Weigle 843.399.9463 info@LaBelleAmie.com
  • | Afternoon | Local Events
    - Early Bird Dinner
    Monday to Saturday
    From 4:30 to 5:45 PM


    The Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro
    4269 Luck Ave Little River SC 29566
  • | Health Seminars and Screenings, Blood Drive, Donate Blood, American Red Cross, Suburban Propane
    - Suburban Propane in conjunction with the American Red Cross encourage you to donate blood. Every week there are Blood Drives throughout the community. Link to our website, find a local blood drive and please donate today.
     
           
    Brent Banasiewicz 843.293.1535 bbanasiewicz@suburbanpropane.com
  • - Most people know that eating fruits and vegetables is important for good health, but most of us still aren’t getting enough. This September, Client First, Inc. of South Carolina is proud to participate in Fruits & Veggies – More Matters Month.

    Eating a healthy diet with plenty of vegetables and fruits can help you:

    Lower your risk for heart disease and some types of cancer
    Maintain or reach a healthy weight
    Keep your body strong and active

    Here are some ideas to help you and your family fit more fruits and vegetables into your day:

    Keep a bowl of fruit handy where the whole family can see it.

    Cut up fruits and veggies ahead of time so they’re ready for quick, healthy snacks.

    Challenge your family to try a new veggie or fruit every week.

    Remember, eating more fruits and veggies can be fun – and it’s worth it!


    Want help choosing heart healthy foods? Take this shopping list with you to the grocery store:

    When it comes to your heart, what you eat matters. Follow these tips for heart-healthy eating:

    Eat less saturated and trans fat. Stay away from fatty meats, fried foods, cakes, and cookies.
    Cut down on sodium (salt). Look for the low-sodium or “no salt added” types of canned soups, vegetables, snack foods, and lunch meats.
    Get more fiber. Fiber is in vegetables, fruits, and whole grains.
    Take this list with you the next time you go food shopping.

    Vegetables and Fruits

    Eat a variety of vegetables and fruits. To save money, buy vegetables and fruits that are in season, frozen, or canned.

    Fresh vegetables such as tomatoes, cabbage, and broccoli
    Leafy greens for salads, like spinach and kale
    Canned vegetables low in sodium (salt)
    Frozen vegetables without added butter or sauces
    Fresh fruits such as apples, oranges, bananas, pears, and peaches
    Canned fruit in 100% juice, not syrup
    Frozen or dried fruit (unsweetened)
    Milk and Milk Products

    Look for fat-free or low-fat milk products. Or choose soy products with added calcium.

    Fat-free or low-fat (1%) milk
    Fat-free or low-fat yogurt
    Cheese (3 grams of fat or less per serving)
    Fat-free or low-fat soy milk with calcium
    Breads, Cereals, and Grains

    For products with more than one ingredient, make sure whole wheat or another whole grain is listed first.

    100% whole-wheat bread
    Whole-grain breakfast cereals like oatmeal
    Whole grains such as brown or wild rice, barley, and bulgur
    Whole-wheat or whole-grain pasta
    Meat, Beans, Eggs, and Nuts

    Choose lean cuts of meat and other foods with protein.

    Seafood, including fish and shellfish
    Chicken and turkey breast without skin
    Pork: leg, shoulder, tenderloin
    Beef: round, sirloin, tenderloin, extra lean ground beef
    Beans, lentils, and peas
    Eggs and egg substitutes
    Nuts and seeds
    Fats and Oils

    Cut back on saturated fat and look for products with no trans fats.

    Margarine and spreads (soft, tub, or liquid) with no trans fats
    Vegetable oil (canola, olive, peanut, or sesame)
    Non-stick cooking spray
    Light or fat-free salad dressing and mayonnaise
     
           

Thursday, September 10th, 2015

  • | 6:00am - 12:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Radio, Wally B, The Tide, Myrtle Beach, Wake Up
    - Listen to 94.5 The Tide on the radio or online and wake up with Wally B every weekday morning from 6am to Noon!
     
           
  • | 12:00pm - 12:30pm | Local Events, Personal Injury, Auto Accidents, Legal Help, Myrtle Beach, florence, injury
    - Legal Access, a featured show on WMBF News, answers some of the area's most commonly asked legal questions. Legal Access airs every Thursday from 12 - 12:30 p.m.

    Guests each week will include attorneys from law firms throughout the Grand Strand and Pee Dee area. Get the answers you need concerning Workers Compensation, DUI, personal injury, and more, all for free.

    Get the answers you need on Legal Access, only on WMBF News. Call 843-848-8080 to have your questions answered or email legalaccess@wmbfnews.com.
    WMBF Television
           
    Legal Acces Line (Open on Thursdays @ noon) 843.848.8080 Heather@maguirelawfirm.com
  • | Afternoon | Local Events
    - Early Bird Dinner
    Monday to Saturday
    From 4:30 to 5:45 PM


    The Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro
    4269 Luck Ave Little River SC 29566
  • | 7:00pm - 9:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, concert, free concerts, free, entertainment, music, live, NMB, main street
    - Journey to downtown North Myrtle Beach to delight in the sounds of a live band on Main Street. Families are encouraged to come downtown after work or after a long day on the beach to experience the many restaurants of Main St., listen to live music, shop, and dance til’ you drop. Kick back and unwind with us in your beach chair on Main St. Visit http://parks.nmb.us/Page.aspx?id=11 for current information.

    Concert Locations:
    Main Street: 202 Main Street, North Myrtle Beach
    Horseshoe: 11 S. Ocean Blvd., North Myrtle Beach

    Time: 7:00 - 9:00 pm
    Fee: FREE

    RSVP on Facebook



    2015 Concert Schedule:



    Thursday, May 14 – Main Street
    Revival (Classic Rock)

    Thursday, May 21 – Horseshoe
    Carolina Breakers (Beach)

    Thursday, May 28 – Main Street
    CC & Co. (Motown/Top 40)



    Thursday, June 4 – Horseshoe
    Midnight Allie (Beach)

    Thursday, June 11 – Main Street
    The Wannabees (Classic Rock)

    Thursday, June 18 – Horseshoe
    Carolina Soul Band (Beach/Motown)

    Thursday, June 25 – Main Street
    Ultimate Rock Machine (70s, 80s, 90s Rock)



    Thursday, July 2 – Horseshoe
    Fat Jack Band (Beach/Motown)

    Thursday, July 9 – Main Street
    Southern Blue (Variety/Classic Rock)

    Thursday, July 16 – Horseshoe
    Castaways (Beach)

    Thursday, July 23 – Main Street
    The Deluge (Blues/Variety)

    Thursday, July 30 – Horseshoe
    Hip Pocket (Beach/Variety)



    Thursday, August 6 – Main Street
    Too Much Sylvia (Variety)

    Thursday, August 13 – Horseshoe
    Entertainers (Beach)

    Thursday, August 20 – Main Street
    The Necessary Band (Variety/Classic Rock)

    Thursday, August 27 – Horseshoe
    The Fantastic Shakers (Beach)



    Thursday, September 3 – Main Street
    Tastes Like Chicken (Variety)

    Thursday, September 10 – Horseshoe
    Jim Quick & Coastline (Beach)

    Thursday, September 17 – Main Street
    Tru Sol (Motown/Variety)

    Thursday, September 24 – Horseshoe
    Envision (Beach/Motown)


    Thursday, October 1 - Horseshoe
    Marsha Morgan Band (Beach)


    For day of event weather information call the "Rec Check" hotline at (843) 280-5594 ext. 3 or check our Facebook page: NMBParksandRec.

    For more summer concerts, view our Sounds of Summer Concert Series.
    Main Street, North Myrtle Beach
    202 Main Street North Myrtle Beach SC 29582
    North Myrtle Beach Parks & Recreation 843.280.5594 recreation@nmb.us
  • - Most people know that eating fruits and vegetables is important for good health, but most of us still aren’t getting enough. This September, Client First, Inc. of South Carolina is proud to participate in Fruits & Veggies – More Matters Month.

    Eating a healthy diet with plenty of vegetables and fruits can help you:

    Lower your risk for heart disease and some types of cancer
    Maintain or reach a healthy weight
    Keep your body strong and active

    Here are some ideas to help you and your family fit more fruits and vegetables into your day:

    Keep a bowl of fruit handy where the whole family can see it.

    Cut up fruits and veggies ahead of time so they’re ready for quick, healthy snacks.

    Challenge your family to try a new veggie or fruit every week.

    Remember, eating more fruits and veggies can be fun – and it’s worth it!


    Want help choosing heart healthy foods? Take this shopping list with you to the grocery store:

    When it comes to your heart, what you eat matters. Follow these tips for heart-healthy eating:

    Eat less saturated and trans fat. Stay away from fatty meats, fried foods, cakes, and cookies.
    Cut down on sodium (salt). Look for the low-sodium or “no salt added” types of canned soups, vegetables, snack foods, and lunch meats.
    Get more fiber. Fiber is in vegetables, fruits, and whole grains.
    Take this list with you the next time you go food shopping.

    Vegetables and Fruits

    Eat a variety of vegetables and fruits. To save money, buy vegetables and fruits that are in season, frozen, or canned.

    Fresh vegetables such as tomatoes, cabbage, and broccoli
    Leafy greens for salads, like spinach and kale
    Canned vegetables low in sodium (salt)
    Frozen vegetables without added butter or sauces
    Fresh fruits such as apples, oranges, bananas, pears, and peaches
    Canned fruit in 100% juice, not syrup
    Frozen or dried fruit (unsweetened)
    Milk and Milk Products

    Look for fat-free or low-fat milk products. Or choose soy products with added calcium.

    Fat-free or low-fat (1%) milk
    Fat-free or low-fat yogurt
    Cheese (3 grams of fat or less per serving)
    Fat-free or low-fat soy milk with calcium
    Breads, Cereals, and Grains

    For products with more than one ingredient, make sure whole wheat or another whole grain is listed first.

    100% whole-wheat bread
    Whole-grain breakfast cereals like oatmeal
    Whole grains such as brown or wild rice, barley, and bulgur
    Whole-wheat or whole-grain pasta
    Meat, Beans, Eggs, and Nuts

    Choose lean cuts of meat and other foods with protein.

    Seafood, including fish and shellfish
    Chicken and turkey breast without skin
    Pork: leg, shoulder, tenderloin
    Beef: round, sirloin, tenderloin, extra lean ground beef
    Beans, lentils, and peas
    Eggs and egg substitutes
    Nuts and seeds
    Fats and Oils

    Cut back on saturated fat and look for products with no trans fats.

    Margarine and spreads (soft, tub, or liquid) with no trans fats
    Vegetable oil (canola, olive, peanut, or sesame)
    Non-stick cooking spray
    Light or fat-free salad dressing and mayonnaise
     
           
  • | 8:30pm - | NATL - Sports and Entertainment
    - 8:30 EST on NBC
     
           

Friday, September 11th, 2015

  • | 10:00am - 6:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    - Sit outside on our beautiful new pavilion. Enjoy $3 Glasses of Wine.
    Take in the sounds and beauty of our beautiful vineyard. Enjoy music and libations every Friday! A great place to unwind during the day!
    La Belle Amie Vineyard
    1120 Saint Joseph Road Little River SC 29566
    Chuck Weigle 843.399.9463 info@LaBelleAmie.com
  • | Afternoon | Local Events
    - Early Bird Dinner
    Monday to Saturday
    From 4:30 to 5:45 PM


    The Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro
    4269 Luck Ave Little River SC 29566
  • | 5:00pm - 9:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, Classic Car Show, Cruise-In, Old Fashioned Hamburgers, Hotdogs, Milkshakes
    - The Carolina Dream Cruisers host a Classic Car Show Cruise-In every Friday night at Burky's Grill. Enjoy old fashioned, classic burgers, dogs and shakes while you check out classic cruisers. It is a step back in time and fun for all ages.
    Burky's Grill
    4001 N. Kings Hwy. Myrtle Beach SC 29577
    Christopher Roach 919.257.1244
  • | 7:00pm - | Anniversary, 9-11, 9 11, September 11, remember, memorial, commemorate, victims, veterans
    - Commemorate our loved ones that fell victim to the 9-11 attacks. The North Myrtle Beach Lions Club begins the day by welcoming individuals to the city by waving American flags on North Myrtle Beach bridges. An evening ceremony begins at 7:00 pm with ocean view backgrounds, located in the Horseshoe (end of Main Street). Rolling Thunder will ride motorcycle into the event to publicize the POW-MIA issue, followed by several color guards. After the presentation of a remembrance wreath for all fallen Americans by the North Myrtle Beach Public Safety and Fire Department join everyone on the beach for a twenty-one gun salute by the Marine Corp League. Complete silence and only a glow from the crowd’s candles light up the night as Taps is played and the dedicated wreath is taken out to sea for our fallen Americans to rest. Visit http://parks.nmb.us/Page.aspx?id=23 for current information.

    Date: Friday, September 11, 2015
    Time: 7:00 pm
    Location: Main Street and the Horseshoe; 11 S. Ocean Blvd., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
    Cost: Free
    Contact: George O'Neil, (843) 399-1111
    Main Street, North Myrtle Beach
    202 Main Street North Myrtle Beach SC 29582
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    Remodeling & Home Improvement Show 11-13th MB Conv Ctr 918-1225

     
           
  • | Evening | Arts and Entertainment, movies, outdoor movie, movies in the park, free movie, entertainment, family,
    - Spend Friday evening watching a movie under the stars. All movies shown are G or PG rated and are subject to change depending upon availability. Movies will begin 15 minutes after sunset. Bring your beach chair, blanket, grab popcorn and a drink from the North Myrtle Beach Lions Club. For current information visit http://parks.nmb.us/Page.aspx?id=128.

    Admission is free. RSVP on Facebook
    Location: McLean Park, 93 Oak Drive, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

    Thank you to our partner Horry County Parks and Recreation who supply staff and the equipment that makes the Movies @ McLean series possible.

    2015 Schedule:

    Friday, June 12 @ 8:45* pm
    Planes: Fire and Rescue (PG)
    *Meet & Greet with North Myrtle Beach Fire Rescue from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m.



    Friday, July 10 @ 8:45 pm
    The Lego Movie (PG)

    Friday, August 14 @ 8:30 pm
    Disney's Cinderella (2015) (PG)

    Friday, October 9 @ 7:00 pm
    Paddington (PG)

    For day of event weather information call the 'Rec Check' hotline at (843) 280-5570 ext. 1. RSVP on Facebook
    McLean Park
    93 Oak Drive North Myrtle Beach SC 29582
    North Myrtle Beach Parks & Recreation 843.280.5594 recreation@nmb.us
  • - Most people know that eating fruits and vegetables is important for good health, but most of us still aren’t getting enough. This September, Client First, Inc. of South Carolina is proud to participate in Fruits & Veggies – More Matters Month.

    Eating a healthy diet with plenty of vegetables and fruits can help you:

    Lower your risk for heart disease and some types of cancer
    Maintain or reach a healthy weight
    Keep your body strong and active

    Here are some ideas to help you and your family fit more fruits and vegetables into your day:

    Keep a bowl of fruit handy where the whole family can see it.

    Cut up fruits and veggies ahead of time so they’re ready for quick, healthy snacks.

    Challenge your family to try a new veggie or fruit every week.

    Remember, eating more fruits and veggies can be fun – and it’s worth it!


    Want help choosing heart healthy foods? Take this shopping list with you to the grocery store:

    When it comes to your heart, what you eat matters. Follow these tips for heart-healthy eating:

    Eat less saturated and trans fat. Stay away from fatty meats, fried foods, cakes, and cookies.
    Cut down on sodium (salt). Look for the low-sodium or “no salt added” types of canned soups, vegetables, snack foods, and lunch meats.
    Get more fiber. Fiber is in vegetables, fruits, and whole grains.
    Take this list with you the next time you go food shopping.

    Vegetables and Fruits

    Eat a variety of vegetables and fruits. To save money, buy vegetables and fruits that are in season, frozen, or canned.

    Fresh vegetables such as tomatoes, cabbage, and broccoli
    Leafy greens for salads, like spinach and kale
    Canned vegetables low in sodium (salt)
    Frozen vegetables without added butter or sauces
    Fresh fruits such as apples, oranges, bananas, pears, and peaches
    Canned fruit in 100% juice, not syrup
    Frozen or dried fruit (unsweetened)
    Milk and Milk Products

    Look for fat-free or low-fat milk products. Or choose soy products with added calcium.

    Fat-free or low-fat (1%) milk
    Fat-free or low-fat yogurt
    Cheese (3 grams of fat or less per serving)
    Fat-free or low-fat soy milk with calcium
    Breads, Cereals, and Grains

    For products with more than one ingredient, make sure whole wheat or another whole grain is listed first.

    100% whole-wheat bread
    Whole-grain breakfast cereals like oatmeal
    Whole grains such as brown or wild rice, barley, and bulgur
    Whole-wheat or whole-grain pasta
    Meat, Beans, Eggs, and Nuts

    Choose lean cuts of meat and other foods with protein.

    Seafood, including fish and shellfish
    Chicken and turkey breast without skin
    Pork: leg, shoulder, tenderloin
    Beef: round, sirloin, tenderloin, extra lean ground beef
    Beans, lentils, and peas
    Eggs and egg substitutes
    Nuts and seeds
    Fats and Oils

    Cut back on saturated fat and look for products with no trans fats.

    Margarine and spreads (soft, tub, or liquid) with no trans fats
    Vegetable oil (canola, olive, peanut, or sesame)
    Non-stick cooking spray
    Light or fat-free salad dressing and mayonnaise
     
           
  • | All Day | NATL - National Holidays
    - Patriot Day falls on 11th September (also commonly known as ‘Nine-Eleven’) and is remembered globally as the anniversary of the catastrophic terrorist attacks on the USA of 11th September 2001.

    Embedded in the memories of everyone who lived through it, this was the day four jet planes were hijacked and crashed into the New York World Trade Center and the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, causing the deaths of 2,977 people. The fourth plane (United Airlines Flight 93) was directed at Washington DC, but its passengers bravely attempted to take back control and it crashed into a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

    The large majority of those lost after the attacks on the Twin Towers were working at or above the points of collision; thousands of people who had gone to work that morning like every other day, found themselves suddenly stranded at the top of a burning skyscraper. A number made the choice to jump from the flaming buildings rather than wait to be caught by the flames or for the building to collapse. No one could forget the terrifying and heartbreaking stories and images captured by the news footage of the day.

    In the wake of the World Trade Center collisions, many brave men and women from the emergency services risked their lives to try to help rescue victims of the attacks, and of them 411 lost their own lives attempting to fight fires and rescue people.

    Patriot Day is recognized by US law as the official day of remembrance for these tragic events, and has been observed every year since. Each year on this day, American flags are flown at half-staff to honour and commemorate those lives lost. The US President asks fellow Americans to observe a moment of silence at 8.46am (Eastern Daylight Time), the time of the first plane collision into the North Tower of the World Trade Center.

    While the events took place within the USA, the shock and grief experienced in response to the attacks was shared across the globe, and for this reason Patriot Day will be observed not only in America, but all over the world
     
           

Saturday, September 12th, 2015

  • | 10:00am - 12:00pm | Local Events
    - Come out and participate in the local canine disc distance and accuracy competition or just come and watch the excitement. No entry fee for competitors
    Martin Field
    Corner of 6th Avenue South & Dogwood Drive South Surfside Beach SC 29575
    Debbie Ellis 843.650.9548 dellis@surfsidebeach.org
  • | Afternoon | Local Events
    - Early Bird Dinner
    Monday to Saturday
    From 4:30 to 5:45 PM


    The Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro
    4269 Luck Ave Little River SC 29566
  • -

    Dog Days Blues & Jazz Fest La Belle Amie Vineyard 399-9463

     
           
  • - Most people know that eating fruits and vegetables is important for good health, but most of us still aren’t getting enough. This September, Client First, Inc. of South Carolina is proud to participate in Fruits & Veggies – More Matters Month.

    Eating a healthy diet with plenty of vegetables and fruits can help you:

    Lower your risk for heart disease and some types of cancer
    Maintain or reach a healthy weight
    Keep your body strong and active

    Here are some ideas to help you and your family fit more fruits and vegetables into your day:

    Keep a bowl of fruit handy where the whole family can see it.

    Cut up fruits and veggies ahead of time so they’re ready for quick, healthy snacks.

    Challenge your family to try a new veggie or fruit every week.

    Remember, eating more fruits and veggies can be fun – and it’s worth it!


    Want help choosing heart healthy foods? Take this shopping list with you to the grocery store:

    When it comes to your heart, what you eat matters. Follow these tips for heart-healthy eating:

    Eat less saturated and trans fat. Stay away from fatty meats, fried foods, cakes, and cookies.
    Cut down on sodium (salt). Look for the low-sodium or “no salt added” types of canned soups, vegetables, snack foods, and lunch meats.
    Get more fiber. Fiber is in vegetables, fruits, and whole grains.
    Take this list with you the next time you go food shopping.

    Vegetables and Fruits

    Eat a variety of vegetables and fruits. To save money, buy vegetables and fruits that are in season, frozen, or canned.

    Fresh vegetables such as tomatoes, cabbage, and broccoli
    Leafy greens for salads, like spinach and kale
    Canned vegetables low in sodium (salt)
    Frozen vegetables without added butter or sauces
    Fresh fruits such as apples, oranges, bananas, pears, and peaches
    Canned fruit in 100% juice, not syrup
    Frozen or dried fruit (unsweetened)
    Milk and Milk Products

    Look for fat-free or low-fat milk products. Or choose soy products with added calcium.

    Fat-free or low-fat (1%) milk
    Fat-free or low-fat yogurt
    Cheese (3 grams of fat or less per serving)
    Fat-free or low-fat soy milk with calcium
    Breads, Cereals, and Grains

    For products with more than one ingredient, make sure whole wheat or another whole grain is listed first.

    100% whole-wheat bread
    Whole-grain breakfast cereals like oatmeal
    Whole grains such as brown or wild rice, barley, and bulgur
    Whole-wheat or whole-grain pasta
    Meat, Beans, Eggs, and Nuts

    Choose lean cuts of meat and other foods with protein.

    Seafood, including fish and shellfish
    Chicken and turkey breast without skin
    Pork: leg, shoulder, tenderloin
    Beef: round, sirloin, tenderloin, extra lean ground beef
    Beans, lentils, and peas
    Eggs and egg substitutes
    Nuts and seeds
    Fats and Oils

    Cut back on saturated fat and look for products with no trans fats.

    Margarine and spreads (soft, tub, or liquid) with no trans fats
    Vegetable oil (canola, olive, peanut, or sesame)
    Non-stick cooking spray
    Light or fat-free salad dressing and mayonnaise
     
           

Sunday, September 13th, 2015

  • | Afternoon | Local Events
    - Early Bird Dinner
    Monday to Saturday
    From 4:30 to 5:45 PM


    The Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro
    4269 Luck Ave Little River SC 29566
  • - Most people know that eating fruits and vegetables is important for good health, but most of us still aren’t getting enough. This September, Client First, Inc. of South Carolina is proud to participate in Fruits & Veggies – More Matters Month.

    Eating a healthy diet with plenty of vegetables and fruits can help you:

    Lower your risk for heart disease and some types of cancer
    Maintain or reach a healthy weight
    Keep your body strong and active

    Here are some ideas to help you and your family fit more fruits and vegetables into your day:

    Keep a bowl of fruit handy where the whole family can see it.

    Cut up fruits and veggies ahead of time so they’re ready for quick, healthy snacks.

    Challenge your family to try a new veggie or fruit every week.

    Remember, eating more fruits and veggies can be fun – and it’s worth it!


    Want help choosing heart healthy foods? Take this shopping list with you to the grocery store:

    When it comes to your heart, what you eat matters. Follow these tips for heart-healthy eating:

    Eat less saturated and trans fat. Stay away from fatty meats, fried foods, cakes, and cookies.
    Cut down on sodium (salt). Look for the low-sodium or “no salt added” types of canned soups, vegetables, snack foods, and lunch meats.
    Get more fiber. Fiber is in vegetables, fruits, and whole grains.
    Take this list with you the next time you go food shopping.

    Vegetables and Fruits

    Eat a variety of vegetables and fruits. To save money, buy vegetables and fruits that are in season, frozen, or canned.

    Fresh vegetables such as tomatoes, cabbage, and broccoli
    Leafy greens for salads, like spinach and kale
    Canned vegetables low in sodium (salt)
    Frozen vegetables without added butter or sauces
    Fresh fruits such as apples, oranges, bananas, pears, and peaches
    Canned fruit in 100% juice, not syrup
    Frozen or dried fruit (unsweetened)
    Milk and Milk Products

    Look for fat-free or low-fat milk products. Or choose soy products with added calcium.

    Fat-free or low-fat (1%) milk
    Fat-free or low-fat yogurt
    Cheese (3 grams of fat or less per serving)
    Fat-free or low-fat soy milk with calcium
    Breads, Cereals, and Grains

    For products with more than one ingredient, make sure whole wheat or another whole grain is listed first.

    100% whole-wheat bread
    Whole-grain breakfast cereals like oatmeal
    Whole grains such as brown or wild rice, barley, and bulgur
    Whole-wheat or whole-grain pasta
    Meat, Beans, Eggs, and Nuts

    Choose lean cuts of meat and other foods with protein.

    Seafood, including fish and shellfish
    Chicken and turkey breast without skin
    Pork: leg, shoulder, tenderloin
    Beef: round, sirloin, tenderloin, extra lean ground beef
    Beans, lentils, and peas
    Eggs and egg substitutes
    Nuts and seeds
    Fats and Oils

    Cut back on saturated fat and look for products with no trans fats.

    Margarine and spreads (soft, tub, or liquid) with no trans fats
    Vegetable oil (canola, olive, peanut, or sesame)
    Non-stick cooking spray
    Light or fat-free salad dressing and mayonnaise
     
           

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