Wednesday, January 15, 2014

North Myrtle Beach Historical Museum Hosts a Food-Finding Jaunt!

Snowbird friends,
If one wanted to they could eat out every night of the week for the entire year and never have to visit the same restaurant twice on The Grand Strand! As many of you are here for at least 3 months, I thought that you would really enjoy this upcoming North Myrtle Beach Historical Museum food finding jaunt!
North Myrtle Beach, SC: On Saturday, February 22, join Aïda Rogers and Tim Driggers for a tasty discussion of South Carolina specialties. The presentation begins at 7pm.
"There's no need to go hungry in South Carolina." In a state rich in produce, seafood, and "land food," residents can grow, catch, and hunt their own supper. But if you'd rather hop in your car and do some sightseeing, you can easily find a wonderful restaurant that can make the dining experience a lot easier.
Buckle your strap and hold onto your cap as Aïda Rogers, former editor of Sandlapper Magazine and creator of its popular "Stop Where the Parking Lot's Full" column, and Tim Driggers, the humor writer/lawyer who took over the column when she just couldn’t eat professionally anymore, take you on a food-finding jaunt across the Palmetto State. There's a lot of exploring to do, and plenty of good-eating places to plunder.
Reserve tickets for Ain't We Got Food. $5 per person includes a tasting menu of SC favorites. Tickets available at the Museum. This program is sponsored by The Humanities CouncilSC, a state program of the National Endowment for the Humanities; inspiring, engaging and enriching South Carolinians with programs on literature, history, culture and heritage.
For more details or to purchase your ticket by credit card, call 843.427.7668 or email
I want to thank Director Jenean Todd for sharing her press release with us!

Thank you for choosing Southern Coast Vacations as your Myrtle Beach winter rental headquarters!
Debbie Philbeck
Vacation Property Manager


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