1. Browse Christmas crafts sold by vendors clad in 19th century top hats and Petticoat dresses for 33rd Annual Dickens Christmas Show, held this weekend at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.
2. Taste the favorite dishes from each of the Marsh Walk restaurants, an oyster station, lowcountry boil, and live music at the inaugural Fall Taste of the Marsh Walk on Saturday and Sunday.
3. Head over to Seaside Elementary in Surfside on Saturday for their annual Fall Festival featuring crafts, inflatables, games, food and live entertainment.
4. Get in the holiday spirit and visit Ripley’s Aquarium to see the Festival of Trees, happening now until the end of the year.
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