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    SEPTEMBER | Fun Things To Do In Myrtle Beach

    What the biggest event of September? We moved! After two years in our current location, The Trembley Group Real Estate has decided to move its offices to the center of the Myrtle Beach and Grand Strand real estate universe, Market Commons. The new office is at the hub of it all. A short drive to anywhere on the Grand Strand.

    Our new building in Market Common will be a place for The Trembley Group to continue to grow, bring in new agents, and continue to crush the real estate world. There is a large space for agent training and a media center. It is a state-of-the-art real estate mecca.

    The Trembley Group’s New Office

    1101 Johnson Avenue, Suite 104, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

    The Market Common is the place to experience exceptional shopping and dining in a beautifully-designed village setting.

    From the nation’s most celebrated names in retail to ice cream and pizza for the kids as well as one-of-a-kind restaurants to the most comfortable movie theater at the beach, a visit to The Market Common is always worth the time.

    The Market Common, Myrtle Beach, offers a unique lifestyle experience for residents and visitors with a true urban village community. Moreover, the abundance of first-rate national and local retail stores and the fine restaurants are guaranteed to delight, every visit.

    The Market Common

    Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

    The Market Common is where fine living is at its best with shopping, dining, entertainment and even the beach all just steps away. It’s where folks want to live, vacation, or spend the day. The Market Common, Myrtle Beach has something for everyone.

    The Market Common in Myrtle Beach is the centerpiece and was the catalyst for the redevelopment of the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. With exceptional national retail options ranging from beach attire to high fashion and casual business lunches to fine dining, theaters, pubs, and parks, this master-planned redevelopment project is one of the developer’s most exciting endeavors. The Market Common, Myrtle Beach is a truly unique and exciting urban shopping and living experience.

    One of the locally owned businesses in The Market Common is the Pee Dee Bicycle Shop. In addition to selling, repairing and maintaining bicycles, Pee Dee also rents bikes and their shop is a great place to start a family adventure and explore whether biking the Grand Strand is the right exercise before making the purchase. The shop rents kid-trailers suitable for one or two children as well as cruisers and road bikes.

    Not everyone realizes that Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand is almost a perfect place to ride a bicycle. With the flat, Low Country terrain and spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and beautiful natural scenery, the Myrtle Beach area is the ideal place to knock out a few miles on a bicycle. Bringing the family along only adds to the fun and enjoyment of exploring the Grand Strand on two wheels. And bicycling is an almost perfect joint-saving exercise.

    Average September Weather Is Perfect

    Of course, one of the main things that people love about Myrtle Beach is the fantastic weather. The average air temperature in Myrtle Beach during the month of September is 85º, which is warm enough to still enjoy a nice swim, but cool enough to enjoy most outdoor activities without sweating. Water temperature is about 80.

    Smaller Crowds Beginning in September

    And Crowds? What crowds? While there may be long lines at attractions and wait times at many restaurants during the peak summer season in Myrtle Beach, September offers a relief from the crowds at many Grand Strand favorites. Permeant residents visit their favorite stores without having to wait in line, easily book seats to shows, and walk right into their favorite restaurants. September sounds pretty nice, doesn’t it?

    Fall Golfing in Myrtle Beach

    And why swelter playing golf in the summer when September offers ideal cooler weather and better rates? When summer visitors leave the Grand Strand at the end of their vacation season, year around residents start flocking to Myrtle Beach courses to take advantage of the milder temperatures and fall golf course specials.

    The Grand Strand Beaches

    Who can talk about the things they best like about the Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand without mentioning the beach? Beach is part of the city’s name and Strand means beach in German. The area’s gorgeous sandy beaches draw millions of visitors each year, and, believe it or not, September is one of the best months to enjoy the beach. Along with average air temperatures in the mid-eighties, the average water temperature in September is still a near-bathwater 80º – still warm enough for a refreshing swim in the Atlantic. 

    Since the weather is still wonderful at this time of the year, September is an awesome month for outdoor events and festivals! Enjoy the fresh South Carolina air and have a blast at one of the following events this September…

    17th Annual Myrtle Beach Mustang Week 

    Myrtle Beach Convention Center, 2101 N Oak Street, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579

    September 3 – 9, 2018

    MustangWeek.com

    Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand has become almost synonymous with car and motorcycle shows. This year’s 17th Annual Myrtle Beach Mustang Week rolls into town the first week in September.

    It’s time to clean up the pony car and head for the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. It’s the ultimate opportunity for Mustang lovers to enjoy the conventional car show set up outside the Convention Center, while inside, spectators and participants can enjoy a true Mustang Week trade show. Sponsors, vendors, and industry professionals will be available to talk one-on-one with participants and spectators about new industry trends as well as get some great deals on some of the hottest new products.  

    Last year’s show brought a sell-out crowd of more than 700 cars in the judged show and a few more than 10,000 spectators!  The car show is open to all years of Ford-powered Mustangs and SVT vehicles. Spectators and participants have anYou will have an opportunity to see everything from the mild to the wild and from classic Ponies to late models just off the showroom floor!!   

    Facebook.com/Mustang.Week

     

    26th Annual St. John’s Greek Festival

    St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church, 3301 33rd Avenue, Ext. North, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

    September 27 – 30, 2018

    The annual St. John’s Greek Festival is a celebration of Greek culture, cuisine, and family fun. The Greek Festival is one of the most beloved Myrtle Beach events of the fall.

    Sure, there’s Greek culture, Greek music, and Greek dancing but it’s impossible to mention the festival without talking about the yummy Greek food. Guests get their fill of spanakopita, gyros, baklava, cookies, salads, pastries, breads and more as St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church hosts this tasty annual event. The event is fun for the whole family and offers inflatables, live performances and music, arts &  crafts and vendor tables, and tours of the beautiful church. But for most, food is the main attraction. It’s hard to resist the hundreds of pastries but the traditional lamb or chicken gyros on fresh pita with tzatziki sauce, Greek spices, lettuce, tomatoes, and onions are perhaps the most commonly ordered meal.

    The moussaka and pastichio offer a taste of the Greek life. Mousaka is a favorite eggplant casserole with layers of ground beef, cheese, potatoes in a cream sauce. Pastichio is an interesting classic dish with ground beef, cinnamon, nutmeg and a cream sauce inside of baked macaroni. Regardless of your favorite entrée, don’t miss the roasted Greek potatoes and Greek salad to accompany it!

    Still hungry but not ready for dessert? Move on to the spanikopita or tiropita. Both made with cream cheese, egg and filo pastry. Spanikopita is made with fresh spinach so classify it as a vegetable if you’d like. The Dolmathes are stuffed grape leaves and are hand-rolled perfection.

    Authentic Greek beer and imported wines wash down the best of any festival lunch and dinner are available. Ouzo shots are sold at the event if you really want a taste of Greek liquor. Ouzo is a Greek wine aged in green pine barrels and has a unique and distinctive taste.

     

    The Atalaya Arts and Crafts Festival

    Huntington Beach State Park, 16148 Ocean Hwy, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576

    September 28 – 30, 2018

    Opens: 11 am on Thursday, Friday & Saturday | Noon on Sunday

    Admission: Adults, $10.00; Children 15 & under are free

    SouthCarolinaParks.com

    The Atalaya Arts and Crafts Festival is an annual event at Huntington Beach State Park. The festival is filled with unique arts and crafts. Featuring more than 100 of the finest regional artisans, the Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival provides aesthetic beauty against a background of natural beauty. Enjoy fine art, quality crafts, and food, along with the musical offerings of several of the area’s best musicians. Visitors are treated to live music by local musicians on an outdoor stage in the courtyard. The courtyard is also the setting for the food court with seafood, barbecue, and other culinary delights.

    The three-day festival is hosted in Atalaya, the former home of Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington. The Moorish-style winter home and sculpture studio were built during the Great Depression by the New York philanthropists and hosts the annual event of artists and their work. The oceanfront park offers camping, fishing, and pristine beaches.

    The festival spotlights the park’s natural beauty and the amenities offered to visitors year-round. Located along U.S. 17 in Murrells Inlet, Huntington Beach State Park offers several hundred thousand visitors a year one of the most pristine beaches on the Grand Strand. The 2,500-acre park’s freshwater lagoon, salt marsh, and maritime forest are outstanding examples of the state’s natural coastal environment. Huntington Beach State Park is widely regarded as one of the best birding sites along the East Coast. Its natural history is highlighted in the park’s environmental education center.

    Once admission is purchased, it is good for unlimited visits throughout the weekend. Admission to the park is also free for the entire weekend. For more information call 803-734-0767 or Huntington Beach State Park 843-237-4440.

     

    15th Annual Irish Italian Festival

    Main Street, North Myrtle Beach, SC

    Saturday 28 – 29, 2018, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

    Admission & Parking: Free

    The City of North Myrtle Beach will host the 15th Annual Irish Italian International Festival on Saturday, September 29, 2018. This one day rain or shine event brings approximately 15,000 to celebrate different cultures. The festival begins at 10:00 a.m. and continues until 4:00 p.m. on Main Street in North Myrtle Beach and features food from local restaurants, two stages of live entertainment, street performers, art & craft vendors, and Irish and Italian dance groups. Restaurants will compete for the title of Best Entrée, Best Decorated, and Best Dessert.

    A children’s area will offer a variety of entertainment that suits all ages including rides, inflatables and more (nominal fee).

    Festival-goers can also enjoy Claudio’s friendly spaghetti eating competition sponsored by Villa Romana! First to clear their plate (without using their hands) wins bragging rights and a stylish plaque.

    Individuals may sign up at the Info Booth between 10 a.m. and 1:45 p.m. at the festival. No entry fee. Once registered, participants should arrive at the Hillside Drive Stage by 2 p.m. Contest begins at about 2:00 p.m. at the Hillside Drive Stage (400 Main Street – in front of Hope Taylor & Co.).

     

    6th Annual Brew at the Brookgreen Garden Zoo

    1931 Brookgreen Drive, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576

    September 29, 2018, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

    Event Ticket: separate from regular admission

    More Information: 843-235-6000

    Brookgreen Events Brew At Zoo

    Facebook Brew At Zoo Event Link

    Mark your calendars for the 6th annual Brew at the Zoo. The event, held at Brookgreen Gardens’ Lowcountry Zoo, will feature more than 30 craft beers from around the region and around the country. Guests can sample beers and appetizers while live entertainment from The Paul Grimshaw Band will play throughout the zoo. There’ll also be a silent auction to benefit new projects.

    During Brew at the Zoo, only the Lowcountry Zoo area will be open, but Brookgreen’s general admission ticket is good for 7-days and memberships that include an annual pass, are also available. Brookgreen Gardens is open 9:30 – 5:00 p.m. daily.

    Registered as a National Historic Landmark, Brookgreen Gardens is a wonder of native flora, fauna, and American sculpture. Considered by many to be the jewel of the Grand Strand, Brookgreen Gardens delighted visitors since its creation in 1931 by Anne and Archer Huntington. Located off Highway 17 in Murrells Inlet, the entrance is distinctively marked by the larger-than-life sculpture Fighting Stallions, by Anna Hyatt Huntington.

    On approximately 300 acres among the nine-thousand lush acres of South Carolina history and Lowcountry landscapes that is the entire property, visitors will find the most significant collection of figurative sculpture by American artists in the world. At Brookgreen Gardens you will learn about the rice plantations of the 1800s and the Gullah culture of the enslaved Africans who worked them.

    In the Lowcountry Zoo, guests see animals in scenic enclosures that respect the animals and respect the surrounding environment. Kids of all ages can enjoy the Butterfly House and the Peace Garden Room for Children as well as the garden’s fountains, reflecting pools, and hidden pathways. Children will also enjoy the Enchanted Storybook Forest and Children’s Sensory Trail, adjacent to the Butterfly house.

    There are plenty of open, green spaces to lay back and watch the clouds go by at Brookgreen Gardens, and two picnic areas.  If you don’t want to bring a snack, three dining options are available. Guests can explore most of what Brookgreen Gardens has to offer on foot, but there are also tours deep into the nature preserve areas available for an additional price, either on a creek excursion aboard a 48-foot pontoon boat, the Trekker excursion or The Oaks Plantation excursion.

     

    Need help? Call The Trembley Group at 843.945.1880 ext. 1 and we’ll help you look for the perfect listing or buyers agent!

    At The Trembley Group, we pride ourselves on being the experts at more than just selling real estate. We are local residents, some of us have been here for a lifetime. The rest of us will be here until the end of time. We love living, working, and playing in the diverse backyard of Coastal Carolina, and look forward to helping you live and love your dreams soon too. Please reach out to us by phone or email for personalized service and one-on-one advice. 

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