Pot Boiler, the Perfect Summer Exhibition at Spartanburg Art Museum

Pot Boiler is a group exhibition featuring the work of nine artists. This varied and playful exhibition includes a collection of images and objects that range from surreal photographs of toys to large installations to performance-based work that activates viewer participation. What appears to be an almost childlike innocence in imagery and objects has metaphorical undertones that resonate in our personal and collective imaginations.dinosaur toy low res

“This is the perfect summer exhibition,” says Elizabeth Goddard, Executive Director. “This exhibition is more about enjoying the playful nature of art and less about trying to decipher intricate concepts or abstract notions.  This is not to say this work is less serious than previous exhibitions, but as a whole Pot Boiler’s references to childhood imagery and the fanciful combinations of materials and colors within the sculptures and installations offer viewers moments of pure aesthetic amusement and joy.”  Participating artists include: Daniel Perry, Dylan Collins, Jonathan McFadden, Linda Wilson, PJ Mills, Tommy Taylor, Angela Carbone, David Bogus and Charmaine Ortiz.Monster  low res

There are several thematic threads that run through Pot Boiler. The first is the depiction of objects from childhood from the paintings of PJ Mills to the surreal tin-type photographs of toys created by Linda Wilson to the cartoon figures in Tommy Taylor’s mixed media pieces. These iconic references are immediately recognizable, although each artist’s approach is varied from highlighting a single object to the juxtaposition of several objects to create personal and collective narratives. The second thread seems to be a faint hint at nostalgia for everything simple; from the simpler non-electronic toys, to our intuitive response to the graphite sticks in the Alcove Gallery and our desire to express ourselves, to the unexpected use of everyday materials in McFadden’s large “Semi-Submersible” piece.Wilson Zebra low res

This notion of unfettered and uncomplicated permeates even the more visually complex works. The wonderful sculptures and drawings of Dylan Collins are fascinating hybrid works that combine human, animal and mechanical components. The sculptures of Daniel Perry combine unusual materials and forms that are humorous and unexpected. Within his work things appear to balance with an air of mystery, like visual riddles that beckon individual resolve.

One of the marketing strategies for Pot Boiler includes the deployment of over 50 toys downtown. At the beginning of July, over 50 small toys will be placed within walking distance of SAM; each toy includes a tag with exhibition information on it.  Children and adults alike can keep an eye out for these toys and bring them into the museum during the Pot Boiler opening reception on July 16 from 5 to 8 p.m. to be eligible for some really great prizes from community businesses.

This innovative marketing strategy was developed by SAM’s Exhibition Coordinator and Graphic Designer Ashleigh Payne.  “I started looking into guerilla marketing campaigns while studying graphic design at USC Upstate. With pretty limited marketing dollars I was really interested in trying a guerilla marketing campaign for SAM and Pot Boiler seemed like a great exhibition to start with.  Our main goal is to engage the community with SAM in a fun and unique way, and this strategy also brings what SAM is doing at the museum out into the community.”

Exhibition dates for Pot Boiler are July 16 through September 17, 2015. The opening reception is on July 16 from 5 to 8 p.m., with an informal gallery talk at 6:30 p.m. There will be live music, fabulous food and refreshments. For more information please contact the museum (864) 582-7616 or visit spartanburgartmuseum.org. Hours: TuesdaySaturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. andSunday 1-5 p.m., closed on Monday.

 

Myrtle Beach Wins Triple Crown of Golf Travel in Golfers’ Choice Awards

Golf.com, the game’s most popular website, polled more than 6,000 players as part of its first ever Golfers’ Choice Awards, and they made a resounding statement: Myrtle Beach is golf’s best trip. RiversEdge

Myrtle Beach was voted Favorite Destination, Favorite Destination for Value and Favorite Destination for Buddy Trips.

It’s the triple crown of golf travel and one the Grand Strand takes great pride in, especially considering who voted on the awards.

“Being voted America’s best golf destination in terms of quality, value and experience by the people who matter most – golfers who spend their hard-earned money to play the game – is incredibly gratifying,” Bill Golden, Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday president, said. “The quality of golf, price point, the entire experience – everything we do here is designed to ensure players have a great trip and it’s rewarding to see those efforts validated.”

As part of the editorial accompanying the Golfers’ Choice awards, Joe Passov, Sports Illustrated Golf Group’s travel editor and one of the world’s leading authorities on all things golf travel, wrote:

“Two V’s drive Myrtle Beach’s immense popularity: Variety (of golf courses, accommodations, restaurants, shopping, beaches and entertainment venues) and value (there are exceptional options for every budget) … not only an abundance of golf (more than 100 courses) but also an abundance of terrific golf (Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, Barefoot Resort, TPC Myrtle Beach). It’s the rarest of golf destinations, one that is all things to all golfers.”

Golf.com announced the Golfers’ Choice Awards as part of the launch of Golf Gold, a new lifestyle focused section of the popular site.

Myrtle Beach is home to 13 courses that have been ranked among America’s top 100 public courses and more than 50 4-star layouts, providing tremendous quality to accompany the area’s legendary value.

The honors from Golf.com come just a year after Myrtle Beach was voted best Golf Destination by readers of 10Best and USA Today, easily outdistancing the competition in the month-long vote.

For more information on Myrtle Beach golf, visit www.MyrtleBeachGolfHoliday.com.

Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship Welcomes John Daly Cocktail as Official Drink of the 32nd Annual Event

Two-Time Major Champion John Daly to Appear at World’s Largest 19th Hole

Two-time major champion John Daly and his namesake cocktail will be appearing at the Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship. The 32nd annual event will be played August 31 through September 4 and is again expected to attract 3,400 golfers from 30+ countries.

Daly will be at the World’s Largest 19th Hole following the tournament’s third and fourth rounds. He will be serving participants his signature John Daly Cocktail and playing music at World Am Live, performing alongside Stephen Kellogg, the official band of GIASI Beverage Company, the distributor of the John Daly. Daly will also broadcast his one hour Sirius/XM radio show, “Hit it Hard with John Daly” from the World Am.

The World’s Largest 19th Hole is held each night at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, where tournament participants gather to enjoy golf’s greatest party. The 19th Hole features free food and drinks, live entertainment – including former American Idol winner Taylor Hicks this year – a 60+ exhibitor golf expo and much more.

“This is a great opportunity for me to embrace the true core customer of my brand,” said John. “These people come to play golf all day and have a great time at night in a place that I love – Myrtle Beach.”

“We are delighted to welcome the John Daly Cocktail as the official drink of the Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship, and equally excited to have John joining us at this year’s event,” said Jeff Monday, Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday’s tournament director. “John remains one of golf’s most popular players and tournament participants will enjoy the opportunity to meet a two-time major champion.”

The John Daly Cocktail, which comes in three signature flavors, will be the official cocktail of the World’s Largest 19th Hole, giving golfers the chance to “Grip it and Sip it,” each night of the tournament. The three flavors are Sweet Tea & Lemonade Vodka, Peach Tea & Lemonade Vodka and Raspberry Tea and Lemonade Vodka.

The John Daly Sweet Tea & Lemonade has the classic taste of Southern Special sweet tea and the refreshing kick of fresh squeezed Meyer lemonade mixed in perfect harmony with a splash, or two, of silky smooth handcrafted, five times distilled vodka.

The John Daly Peach Tea & Lemonade is just a cut nine iron from the original with a hint of natural peach flavor. You’ll think we’ve pillaged the trees of Georgia with this tasty libation. No matter the season… no matter the time of year… no matter if the famous Azaleas of Augusta are in bloom or not.

The John Daly Raspberry Tea & Lemonade is another fluffy cut from the original, fading in a hint of Raspberry essence for a taste unlike any other.

Daly will join television personalities Charlie Rymer and Win McMurry and the Katrek and Maginnes On Tap radio show, which will be broadcast live from the main stage on Sirius/XM radio, as headliners at the 32nd annual World Am.

Daly will join Annika Sorenstam, David Feherty, NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon and Major League Baseball great Roger Clemens, who played in the event three times, among the big names who have been to the World Am.

The 72-hole net stroke play tournament relies on the game’s most rigorously enforced handicap system to level the field for every man and woman that plays in the event.

19th ANNUAL MYRTLE BEACH MARATHON OPENS REGISTRATION ON JULY 1, 2015

NEW DATE, NEW EXPO LOCATION

Set A New Personal Record With Perfect Running Temperatures On Our Fast, Flat Ocean Course!

The Grand Strand’s first and longest running major endurance event is entering its 19th consecutive year with two very noticeable changes… a NEW date and a NEW location for the popular Runner’s Expo! Typically held in mid-February, the Myrtle Beach Marathon and all accompanying events have moved later in the year:

  • Thursday, March 3, 2016
    • HTC Runner’s Expo
  • Friday, March 4, 2016
    • HTC Runner’s Expo
    • Ripley’s Aquarium 1 Mile Family Fun Run
      • $15 REGISTER NOW
    • Neon Night 5K
      • $25 REGISTER NOW
    • Ripley’s Aquarium Post Race Party
  • Saturday, March 5, 2016
    • Myrtle Beach Marathon
      • $85 REGISTER NOW
    • Dasani Half Marathon
      • $75 REGISTER NOW
    • WPDE Marathon Team Relay
      • $125 PER TEAM REGISTER NOW
    • House of Blues Post Race Party
Take Advantage of the Lowest Entry Fees of the Year. Registration OPENS at 12:01am,Wednesday, July 1, 2015  

 

Register online at: www.mbmarathon.com

 

In 2016, visit our new home for the HTC Runner’s EXPO, the 100,000 square foot Myrtle Beach Sports Center. Located just west of the former Expo site at the Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention Center, the Sports Center has seating for over 2,000 spectators with indoor sporting events such as basketball, volleyball, dance, cheerleading, archery and, of course, athletic expositions similar to the HTC Runner’s Expo.

The Myrtle Beach Marathon has a fast, flat ocean course famous for new PR’s and qualifying times for races like the Boston Marathon. Not only is this event a great idea for you personally, but the Myrtle Beach Marathon started as a way for runners to give back! In fact, the Myrtle Beach Marathon emerged from five Myrtle Beach residents’ participation in the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s “Team in Training” (TNT) program. In becoming a Marathon weekend, more events were added as was support for additional charities. Today, each Marathon event supports one or more charities including the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of South Carolina (since its first event in 1998), the Coastal South Carolina Chapter of the American Red Cross, and Horry County Schools.

 

For more information on this topic or the 2016 Myrtle Beach Marathon Race Weekend, please visit www.mbmarathon.com. Weekend events include full marathon, half marathon, marathon team relay, 5K and 1 mile fun run.

June Programming Aboard the Battleship NORTH CAROLINA

Battleship 101
June 13, 2015 (also July 11 & August 8)
Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Free with Battleship admission

Ship volunteers stationed throughout the ship engage visitors in specific subjects and areas including: gunnery, radar, sickbay, galley, engineering, and daily shipboard life. A unique opportunity to talk one on one of what life was like aboard a WWII Battleship in the time of combat. A great event for all ages. Bring your questions and cameras! Included with Battleship Admission.

Flag Day Program
Saturday, June 14, 2015
Time: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Free with Battleship admission

Flag DayCelebrate Flag Day at the Battleship! Visitors will have the opportunity to raise their own American flags up the ship’s halyards with help from members of American Legion Post 10 Honor Guard. A certificate of authenticity will be mailed to you. You may purchase a 3 x 5 foot nylon flag (American or North Carolina) from the Ship’s Store for $39.95 plus tax or bring your own. Sales from the store benefit the Battleship. Included with Battleship Admission.

Celebrate the Legacy
June 19th – 20th, 2015
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Free with Battleship admission

Celebrate the ships named NORTH CAROLINA! They have been serving our country from the 1824 ship-of-the-line to the fast attack submarine currently stationed in Hawaii. From the Mediterranean to the Atlantic to the Pacific, our state’s namesakes have traveled the globe. Come enjoy a major display of Civil War, WWI and submarine arms, clothing, and equipment from enthusiastic costumed collectors and submarine veterans.

About Battleship NORTH CAROLINA
The Battleship NORTH CAROLINA is self-supporting, not tax supported and relies primarily upon admissions to tour the Ship, sales in the Ship’s Store, donations and investments. No funds for its administration and operation come from appropriations from governmental entities at the local, state or federal levels. Located at the junction of Highways 17/74/76/421 on the Cape Fear River. Visitwww.battleshipnc.com or follow us on Facebook.com/ncbb55 and Twitter.com/battleshipnc for more information. Relive with the crew on the Battleship Blog http://seastories.battleshipnc.com/. The Battleship NORTH CAROLINA is an historic site within the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources (www.NCCulture.com).

Brookgreen Gardens Presents Cool Summer Evenings

After a day at the beach, see Brookgreen Gardens in the cool of the evening when the gardens remain open until 9 p.m. on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from June 10 – August 7. Enjoy outdoor concerts, evening boat rides, and special programs just for kids. Entertainment and programs are included in garden admission. Pontoon boat rides are available all three evenings  (at an additional fee) with a special Pirate-themed boat ride on Thursdays. Entertainment for the week of June 10 -12 is below. Please visit brookgreen.org for the complete summer schedule.

June 10:  Tammy’s Tangent

From Little River, SC, this band’s power-house vocals, great guitar riffs and an outrageous rhythm section are their signature. The strong harmonies and a song list that has incredible variety complete the package! An evening sure to delight everyone.

June 11: Family Night

5:00 p.m. Evening Bed Check with the Animals – Join Zoo staff and volunteers for an end-of-day special tour of the zoo. Some of the animals may even get one final treat for the day!  This will be a fun way to see how the animals are checked and cared for as night time approaches.003b

6:00 pm Story Time in the “Enchanted Storybook Forest” – Each week, storyteller Donna Catton-Johnson will bring classic and some new stories to enchant our young audiences. She may even arrive as a character from one of her stories to surprise and interact with the kids.

5:00, 6:00 & 7:00 p.m.  Special Creek Excursion: A Pirate’s Journey Along The Creeks – Ahoy, mateys!  Come aboard and journey back in time to the exciting days when colorful pirates traveled through our Carolina waterways.  Discover how to be an adventurous pirate, and find out about famous Carolina pirates like Blackbeard and Anne Bonny.  Travel down the Brookgreen Gardens creeks as you follow a treasure map to the hidden treasure.  Arrrgh!… Don’t be a landlubber and miss the boat!  See you on board! (Regular Creek Excursion tickets required. $8 adults, $4 children. Same day purchase only at Wall Lowcountry Center)090-BrkGrn-HarvestHm-2014

June 12: Javier Vega Jazz Project

Javier Jazz Project is composed of exceptionally gifted musicians who focus on the melodic side of jazz; the trio can also play the kind of blues that will make you want to dance. The group is composed of Ray Mallach on keyboard, Dean Carbone on Vibraphone, and led by trumpeter Javier Vega.

On Wednesday and Friday evenings, the Pavilion Restaurant serves dinner until 8 p.m. and desserts and beverage are available for purchase on the Pavilion Patio during the concerts. Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets to Wednesday and Friday performances. The Lowcountry Trail, the Zoo, Butterfly House, and Enchanted Storybook Forest close at 7 p.m.Cinderella 2

Brookgreen Gardens, a National Historic Landmark and non-profit organization, is located on U.S. 17 between Murrells Inlet and Pawleys Island, South Carolina, and is open to the public daily. For more information, visit our web site at www.brookgreen.org or call 843-235-6000.

 

Brookgreen Gardens’ Two-Day Art Festival

On June 6 & 7, Brookgreen Gardens’ two-day Art Festival will feature a juried show of over 50 local and national artists who will exhibit and sell their works including some limited editions. The festival is from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days and is included in garden admission.

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Held within the backdrop of the beautiful sculpture garden, guests will have a rare opportunity to meet more than 60 artists whose works are sold in Keepsakes and other fine galleries across the country. There will be demonstrations of pottery throwing, glass blowing, hand loom weaving, and a chance to learn the processes used in making much of the work on display.

Whimsical items, new art for the gardens, hand-loomed fabrics, commissioned works of art, and exotic woodcrafts with nautical theme are just a few of the items available for sale.

Brookgreen Gardens, a National Historic Landmark and non-profit organization, is located on U.S. 17 between Murrells Inlet and Pawleys Island, South Carolina, and is open to the public daily. For more information, visit www.brookgreen.org or call 843-235-6000.

CAROLINA BEACH MUSIC FESTIVAL CELEBRATES 30 YEARS

In the summer of 1985, Carolina Beach’s first beach music festival made its debut along the shores of this classic seaside town. Today the popular festival is still going strong, and on June 6, 2015, the Carolina Beach Music Festival will celebrate 30 years as one of the longest-running on-the-beach music festivals.

 

With a scenic backdrop that showcases the Atlantic Ocean and the newly renovated historic Carolina Beach Boardwalk, this year’s entertainment lineup will feature regional favorites Gary Lowder & Smokin’ Hot (11:00am), The Band of Oz (1:00pm), and Jim Quick & Coastline (3:00pm). Each band is renowned for beach music, a laid-back style of rhythm-and-blues that has strong ties to the Carolina coast. In fact many claim that the uniquely coastal Carolina “shag dance” may have originated on the Carolina Beach Boardwalk.

 

The 30th Annual Carolina Beach Music Festival is presented by the Pleasure Island Chamber of Commerce. Gates open at 10:00am, so bring your chairs, sunscreen, coolers and plan to spend all day listening and dancing to classic beach tunes. Coolers, beverages and food are allowed. No glass; no pets; no refunds. Tickets ($20 in advance; $25 cash only day of show) are available at the Pleasure Island Chamber of Commerce (1121 N. Lake Park Blvd., Carolina Beach), Island Tackle & Hardware, Silver Dollar and Olde Salty’s in Carolina Beach. Attendees with an Anheuser-Busch product in their cooler can register to win prizes. The official After-Festival Beach Party will be held at The Lazy Pirate (701 N. Lake Park Blvd.) with music by The Dark 30 Boogie Band. For online festival tickets, visit www.pleasureislandnc.org/events-details.php?id=427 or call 910-458-8434 for details.

 

For an original beach experience that’s complete with beach music, shag-dancing, a classic Boardwalk and good old-fashioned summer fun, plan to visit Carolina Beach on June 6 during the 30th annual Carolina Beach Music Festival. Start your weekend early on Thursday night (6:30pm-9:30pm) with a free concert by “TJ Jones & Pamlico Sound Machine” (Motown/dance), followed by fireworks over the Carolina Beach Boardwalk. Continue the fun on Friday at the newly renovated Carolina Beach Boardwalk with rides and amusements, souvenir shops, surrey rentals, and the legendary Britt’s Donuts. Rise early on Saturday so you can shop for local produce and crafts at the Carolina Beach Farmer’s Market at Carolina Beach Lake Park (8am-1pm). Then spend Saturdayafternoon dancing on the beach to three live bands at the Carolina Beach Music Festival (11:00am-4:30pm). Enjoy a laid-back Sunday brunch at an island restaurant, relax at the beach, and wind down on Sunday evening with a free outdoor movie at the Carolina Beach Lake amphitheater. This week’s family film is “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” (PG; 8:45pm). Or, travel down the road to Kure Beach Oceanfront Park for a Boogie in the Park concert with music by “The Mid-Atlantic” (folk/Americana/bluegrass)on Sunday (5pm-7pm).

 

This summer, discover the island’s simple pleasures and unexpected treasures in Carolina Beach and Kure Beach. Take a Carnivorous Plant Hike with a park ranger at Carolina Beach State Park and see rare plants such as Venus flytrap, bladderworts and pitcher plants. Cast your rod and reel from the Carolina Beach Fishing Pier. Sign up for a party cruise or fishing excursion at the Carolina Beach Marina. Take a surf or SUP lesson at local surf schools. Just minutes away, explore Kure Beach—North Carolina’s small wonder—where you can fish from the state’s oldest fishing pier and relax at an oceanfront park. Just a few miles down-island you can visit the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher’s new Lorikeet Landing, see the enhanced sea turtle exhibit and meet the Aquarium’s bald eagle and albino alligator You can also stroll along a 5-mile stretch of undeveloped beach at Fort Fisher State Recreation Area, explore Civil War history at Fort Fisher State Historic Site, or take a ferry across the Cape Fear River.

 

Go with the flow and see where the water takes you when you visit Wilmington, North Carolina’s historic river district and the island beaches of Carolina Beach, Kure Beach and Wrightsville Beach. For a free Official Visitors Guide and a complete calendar of events, visit www.GoWilmingtonAndBeaches.com. For seasonal specials and summer highlights, visit www.wilmingtonandbeaches.com/season/2015-summer-highlights/

Art Museum Announces Summer Exhibits

Summer 2015 at the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC, continues the Museum’s tradition of presenting family-friendly exhibits featuring popular artists’ work along with interactive activities for visitors of all ages.Dead Cat, collotype 1936, Easton Press, copyright MBI, INC., Norman Rockwell Museum Collections

Norman Rockwell’s Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn will open on Tuesday, June 9 and will be on exhibit through September 20. Regular gallery hours are from 10 a.m.– 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and 1 – 4 p.m. Sundays.
The exhibit is on loan from the Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, MA, and
features 16 signed limited edition prints gifted by the artist to the Norman Rockwell Museum. The prints are from this quintessentially American artist’s own collection of the illustrations he created to accompany Mark Twain’s famous works for publisher Heritage Press and Limited Editions Club in 1935.Huck Talks to Mary Jane, lithograph 1940, Easton Press, Copyright MBI, INC., Norman Rockwell Museum Collectrions

In addition, visitors will enjoy kid-friendly interactive exhibit stations designed and constructed by Coastal Carolina University’s Theatre Department representing key themes from Rockwell and Twain’s work. Wander past the infamous fence that Tom Sawyer was instructed to whitewash as punishment for his wrongdoings. What sort of trinket would you offer Tom in return for you having a turn at whitewashing the fence?Huck Teaching Tom and Joe to Smoke, collotype 1936, Easton Press, copyright MBI, INC. Norman Rockwell Museum Collections
Sit at a vintage school desk and create your own portrait using Rockwell’s style. And put on a costume and hop on Huck and Jim’s wooden raft for a fun family photo. Rockwell is famous for scenes depicting everyday life which he created for The Saturday Evening Post over more than four decades: such iconic American images as Rosie the riveter, ‘Saying Grace’ and the classic Thanksgiving dinner scene from his Four Freedoms series. He also was commissioned to illustrate more than 40 books (among them the two Twain works), as well as his annual contributions to the Boy Scouts’ calendars between 1925 and 1976.King and Duke on Raft, Lithograph 1940, Easton Press, Copyright MBI, INC., Norman Rockwell Museum Collections
The story behind Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn is just as interesting as the
works. Rockwell traveled to Hannibal, Missouri, Twain’s boyhood town, to find authentic details to include in his work. Twain’s vivid descriptions of character, setting and mood were an inspiration to the illustrator, who considered each of the writer’s scenes to be “complete and perfect to the last detail.”
No previous Twain novel illustrator had ever visited Hannibal. To Rockwell’s surprise and delight, the town hadn’t changed much since Twain was a boy; and he soon learned that Twain’s fictional village of St. Petersburg was modeled after it, right down  to the houses, church, school and geographical landmarks from the books. Rockwell not only made numerous sketches of these landmarks. He even went so far as to buy the clothes right off of Hannibal residents’ backs, so as to insure authenticity in his illustrations.
What made Rockwell and Twain’s artistic collaboration so successful was the relatability of their work to the American audience. Neither Rockwell nor Twain were considered luminaries of their times. Rockwell was referred to as an illustrator more than as a talented painter, while Twain was seen as more of a humorist than a serious author. But their works appealed to the masses: Twain’s books were sold door-to-door by subscription, and Rockwell’s paintings were printed on magazine covers and ads that could be bought at the supermarket.
Norman Rockwell’s Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn has been organized by the
Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. For information on the Art Museum’s Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn inspired KidsArt summer programming, call the Art Museum at (843) 238-2510.
The Myrtle Beach exhibition is generously sponsored by Burroughs & Chapin Company, Inc., Canfor, The Chapin Foundation and South Atlantic Bank.
Admission to the Art Museum is free at all times, but donations are welcomed.

New Wine at Hilton Head’s Island Winery

Sea Island White now available

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This crisp refreshing wine, made of a blend of cold weather white grapes including Seyval Blanc and Vidal Blanc, is the perfect companion to fresh seafood. 
Free Shipping with a purchase of 6 or more bottles of (any) wine at online store at

store.islandwinery.com.  Use Promo Code:  SixFree
 
Volume discounts also available
  • BUY A CASE OF WINE ONLINE AND RECEIVE FREE SHIPPING AND A 20% DISCOUNT (use code TenPercent). Applies to mixed cases as well.
  • BUY 3 or more BOTTLES ONLINE AND RECEIVE FREE SHIPPING AND A 10% DISCOUNT (use code TenPercent)