This is the time of year when the weather is just perfect, the ocean water is still quite warm and end of summer festivals abound in celebration of the autumn season. If you’re arriving to the area for a late vacation or you’re here on business, and you’re looking for Myrtle Beach condos in which to stay, give us a call at Grand Strand Resorts. Located in North Myrtle Beach, we have plenty of very nice condos awaiting your arrival.
Our Myrtle Beach condos are well-appointed with everything you’ll need to be comfortable and happy. These are beautifully decorated with beach furnishings right down to the kitchen equipped for cooking any size meal. Don’t stay in a hotel room when you can have all the comforts of home at a comparable or less expensive rate.
Here are some events you might want to check out while you’re here. There are always plenty of things going on in the area.
The Endless Summer Festival takes place Saturday, October 27, 2012, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Enjoy fabulous entertainment, lots of vendors with one of a kind specialty craft items, food vendors, classic & antique car show and children’s area with community stage and carnival rides. The entertainment stage will be located at the famous “Horseshoe” at the end of Main Street with the beautiful Atlantic Ocean as the backdrop. Best of all, this is a free concert, so don’t forget to bring your beach chair and enjoy the music.
Don’t miss the St. Michael Catholic School Harvest Festival at The Market Common this fall. The Festival will be held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, October 27. They’ll host crafters and live entertainment. Wrist bands are available for kids ages four and up for unlimited use of inflatables and a rock climbing wall. Tickets for games, inflatables, rock wall, face paint, glitter tatoos and hair spray are $1 each. Yummy treats will be available for sale. Admission is free.
Mark your calendars for Brew at the Zoo. The event, held at Brookgreen Gardens’ Lowcountry Zoo from 6-9 p.m. Saturday, October 27, features more than 30 craft beers from around the region and the country. Guests can sample beers and appetizers while live entertainment plays throughout the zoo. Tickets are $40 per person and $35 for members and include a signature tasting glass. Proceeds will go to the gardens.