January - Restaurant Week gives visitors an opportunity to sample fare from the best local eateries.
February - The Conway Chocolate Walk features the divine combination of chocolate and shopping with decadent treats distributed by over 25 shops and restaurants in downtown Conway.
March - Spring break is better at the annual Canadian-American Days held in Myrtle Beach each March. The event features concerts, games, sporting events, and plenty of golf.
April - Art lovers will enjoy a trip to the annual Art in the Park, held one weekend each April and sponsored by the Waccamaw Arts and Crafts Guild.
May - Seafood and great music take center stage each May at the Blue Crab Festival held along the Little River waterfront.
June through August - As summer settles in, vacationers can enjoy free Christian music concerts each Sunday at the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk with Sunday Celebrations.
September - Another weekend full of extra fun in Myrtle Beach comes with the Beach, Boogie, and Barbecue Festival over Labor Day weekend. Fill up on delicious barbecue, browse arts and crafts, listen to live bands, and enjoy unique entertainment all weekend long.
September - Arts, crafts, and delicious foods are available at festivals throughout Myrtle Beach the last week in September. Enjoy the Atalaya Arts and Crafts Festival, the Irish Italian Festival, and St. John’s Greek Festival.
October - The kids will enjoy art, music, and food while Mom and Dad enjoy the entertainment along with a little wine tasting at the Pawleys Island Festival of Music and Art the first two weeks of October.
November - Get into the holiday spirit early with the holiday shopper’s delightful Snowball Drop on the second Saturday in November in downtown Conway. Catch as many "snowballs” as you can to win discounts and giveaways from local businesses.
December - Guests can enjoy the Carolina Opry’s unparalleled Christmas special as well as other holiday events throughout the Myrtle Beach area.