Halloween at DeBordieu is always fun and this year promises to be one of the best ever! Folks at DeBordieu have their decorations out, and are ready to welcome Trick or Treaters Thursday night, October 31, 2013.
If Trick or Treating is not for you, here a few options in Pawleys Island, Georgetown and Murrells Inlet you might want to check out…
Halloween on the Marsh in Murrells Inlet: Beginning at 5PM on Halloween night, the Annual Trick or Treating and Costume Parade with a Costume Contests at 6PM for the scariest, funniest, and most creative costumes. At 7PM, adults can join in on the action with fright, fun, costumes and prizes. 843-357-2007 is the number to call for more information.
A Safe and Not So Spooky Halloween: Georgetown County Family YMCA and city of Georgetown will be sponsoring a safe and not so spooky Halloween on Oct. 31. At 4:30 p.m. there will be pumpkin painting and concessions and at 6:30 p.m. the Disney movie, “Hotel Transylvania,” will be shown at Rainey Park and Kaminski House lawn. Call 843-546-9622 for details.
Ghost tour: Walking Shadows Ghost Tours will be having a Halloween Ghost Tour for 14 years and younger at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31 and a tour for 15 years and up at 9 p.m. Meet at 800 Front St. (Joy filled Gifts and Yarn Shop) 843-543-5321.
GHOST TOURS: Ghost tours featuring some of the most “haunted” locations in the Georgetown area are being offered by Jamie Grooms and his paranormal research team named Chasen Abigail Cross. Tours are for adults and cost from $45 to $100. Call Grooms at 843-325-6905 for details.
Hallelujah Night: Beach Family Worship Center on Highmarket Street will be having its first “Hallelujah Night” Oct. 31 from 6 to 8 p.m. There will be free carnival games and candy, bake sales, and T-shirt sales. Call Pastor Eric Wilder at (843) 315-4880 for more information.