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Festivals & Events in the Pawleys Island Area in October
The Harvest Home Festival at Brookgreen Gardens is one of the most popular fall festivals in town.

Festivals & Events in the Pawleys Island Area in October

The dog days of summer have come and gone for the year, but October is full of some of the area's most popular events. The 26th year of the Pawleys Island Festival of Music & Art continues, Georgetown will be hosting their annual Wooden Boat Show and Bridge 2 Bridge run, Murrells Inlet will be the place to be during the Lip Rippin' Chililympics, there's a Bog-Off out in Loris, Octoberfest will take over The Market Common, and the area's live entertainment venues will be running their award-winning shows every night of the month.

Festivals & Events in the Pawleys Island Area in October

Fall Bike Week

October 1-7, 2018

The familiar sounds of motorcycle exhaust pipes will fill the south end air once again beginning October 1. And whether you’re on one or just fascinated by the beautiful machines, there will be plenty of bike-related activities going on during the rally. Expect food and drink specials, organized rides, burnouts, live entertainment, and much more.

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Festivals & Events in the Pawleys Island Area in October

Harvest Home Weekend Festival

October 6-7, 2018

Seasons change, and when fall gets here Brookgreen Gardens hosts this all-out celebration of the new season. The October 6th and 7th event features hay rides, scarecrow building, pumpkin painting, sidewalk chalking, a ‘Not so Spooky Swamp Adventure’ creek cruise, live music, food and beverages, and more. This is family-friendly fun at its best, so pack up the kids and head out to Brookgreen for a day or two of autumn celebration.

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Festivals & Events in the Pawleys Island Area in October

Wooden Boat Show

October 20-21, 2018

This award-winning festival is one of Georgetown’s gems, year after year. Thousands of spectators and more than 140 wooden boat exhibits will dominate the waterfront landscape beginning at 11 a.m. October 20 and 21. The free event will also feature a wooden boat building competition, knot tying, maritime arts and crafts, food, live music, and more.

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