Autumn is a beautiful time of year to visit coastal South Carolina. The temperatures are cooling off and the summer tourists have left the area. If you haven’t taken your vacation yet this year, consider an autumn vacation where you can enjoy the area at a more leisurely pace. If you prefer to stay in a house for rent in Garden City Beach rather than a hotel or a condo, give us a call at Surfside Realty and let’s talk.
If you’re an art lover this really is a perfect time to be here. We have a couple events taking place nearby that would interest you. Staying in an area house for rent in Garden City Beach you will be within a short drive to any of these area events taking place soon.
2012 St John’s Greek Festival takes place on Sept. 27, 2012, at St. John’s Greek Orthodox Church of Myrtle Beach. Get a feel of the Greek culture at the 2012 St John’s Greek Festival. Taste the different Greek foods such as Gyros, Roasted Lamb Greek Salad, Spanikopita and Mousaka along with different Greek pastries and plenty of bread. There will be Greek wine and beer available as well. An assortment of activities and vendors will be in attendance along with live Greek music and dancers that will keep the excitement going.
Pawleys Island Festival of Music and Art will also be held on September 27, 2012. Get lost in the music there. The festival will showcase visual and performing arts. Observe and take in the visual arts by visiting the Gallery Crawl which will feature art from Murrells Inlet to Georgetown or have a taste of wine, fine hors d’oeuvres, and live entertainment at the Pawleys Island Wine Gala. Other featured events and special artists include the Wearable Art Luncheon, Young@Heart performance, The Baruchs of Hobcaw, World’s Smallest Airport, Jack Kerouac: King of the Beats, Private Wine Tasting, Steve Tyrell, Mac Arnold and Plate Full o’Blues, A classical Evening featuring Taylor Johnson, Fireworks Ensemble American Tapestry, Deborah Silver, Legends of Motown starring Horizon, Bright Star Theaters Production of “Once Upon A Time” and Chalk Under the Oaks.