Oh, you’re in for a great time at the 47th Annual Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival, Sept. 23-25.
Venture to Huntington Beach State Park in Murrells Inlet for the fun. More than 100 fine artisans will have wares on display at one of the area’s most beautiful parks. Area musicians will provide live music and the food at this event is always fantastic.
Admission is $15 for adults aged 15 and older, good for return visits at no extra charge. Buy tickets at the festival gate.
For more, call Huntington Beach State Park at 843-237-4440.
Other events in September
Lock in your plans to visit the area in September. Here are a few dates on the calendar to add to your itinerary while you’re here.
Festival of Arts & Crafts-Murrells Inlet
10 a.m.-3 p.m, Murrells Inlet Presbyterian Church
An outdoor event with local artists and crafters. The focus is on supporting missions and more outreach programs. Admission and parking are free. Check online for details.
Two Lane Road
9 p.m.-midnight, K-Rae’s Waterway Bar & Grill, Murrells Inlet
Come see Dan Lane perform. Two Lane Road covers Americana, R&B, and classic rock. K-Rae’s is a retro Irish bar and grill with locations in Murrells Inlet and Costa Rica. Check online for details.
7:30 p.m., Suck Bang Blow, Murrells Inlet
Catch this North Carolina singer and songwriter’s fusion of country, hip-hop, and rock. He’ll spin tales of high living at this biker bar and barbecue. Check online for details.
Fifth Friday Java and Jazz
7 p.m., Murrells Inlet Presbyterian Church
This event takes place at the church’s fellowship hall. Admission is free, and it’s open to the public. Check online for details.
You’re in for a wonderful time, when you stay at Litchfield Inn. The property is convenient to Murrells Inlet and Pawleys Island, and the beach. Many guests return year after year.