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Carlos n Charlie’s Cinco de Mayo Fiesta 5K Focuses On Fitness And Fun May 3

Since the 1960s, people all over the United States have celebrated Mexican foods and heritage on Cinco de Mayo.

A relatively minor holiday in Mexico, Cinco de Mayo marks a Mexican victory over the French in 1862 — a much bigger cause for celebration in that country is September 16 which is Mexican Independence Day.

For the last 50-plus years, America has embraced Cinco de Mayo with the focus on celebrating the foods, drinks and people of Mexico.

Again this year, Carlos' n Charlie's presents its 3rd Annual Cinco de Mayo Fiesta 5K Run on Sunday, May 3. When the race starts at 8:30 a.m., it will be just the beginning of a day full of fun. This year, the race features a Mascot 1-mile fun run right before the 5K. At 10 a.m. there will be an awards ceremony and a Mexican-themed breakfast buffet.

Bonus prizes will be awarded to those runners who dress "in the Cinco de Mayo spirit."

Carlos' n Charlie's will be the headquarters for all the festivities including live music, great margaritas, door prizes and even a contest for best sombrero.

Click here to register online and get all the details.

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Do You Love Movies? Check Out The Myrtle Beach International Film Festival Thru April 25

Its time for the 10th annual Myrtle Beach International Film Festival at Carmike Cinema 17 at Broadway at the Beach.

Sometimes called "The East Coast's answer to the Sundance Film Festival," the Festival has earned well-deserved praise over the years. It's been the recipient of numerous awards, including a spot onMovie Maker Magazine's list of the "Top 25 Film Festivals To Submit To In The World."

From April 22 through 25, short films, documentaries, comedies, horror films, and other genres will be lighting up the Carmike screens.

Tickets are $10 to attend scheduled blocks of films. But an all-access pass ($50) gets you four days of films, plus complimentary food and beverages on Friday and Saturday nights. And you won't want to miss the awards ceremony, immediately after the last film is shown on Saturday.

The participating films — and many of the filmmakers — are from all over the world. Over the years, this event has grown to be a popular stop on the festival circuit for up and coming filmmakers, as well as seasoned professionals. Several of those creators will be on hand so that fans can learn more about them and their films during Q & A sessions.

Don't miss the 10th annual Myrtle Beach International Film Festival at Carmike Cinema 17. It's four days of movie magic at the beach!

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LACE UP FOR A GOOD CAUSE AND GREAT FUN AT RELAY FOR LIFE

Attention, walkers! Lace up your shoes and join the effort to raise funds for the American Cancer Society. The Relay For Life is the world's largest and most significant fundraising event contributing to efforts to end cancer, and the Myrtle Beach event is one of many held around the world.

This year's Relay includes an action-packed day of activities, offering a little something for everyone.

Walkers raising money sign up in teams, then take turns walking around a track throughout the time of the event. They set up camp at the track and use their camp as command central. But, since individuals don't have to stay with their team the entire time of the event, there's plenty of opportunity to check out everything it has to offer including the food, games, entertainment and other activities that are part of the Relay day.

The festivities begin at Broadway at the Beach at 12 p.m. on Saturday, April 18. Located on the corner of Grissom Parkway and 21st Avenue North, the event will feature a variety of activities for kids of all ages. There will be a dunking booth, trackless train, and arcade games. Entertainment will include performances by Coastal Youth Ballet, Socastee High School, Silver Line Dancing, Shelley Sasser from Dino Capone's School of Rock and more.

The fun goes on until midnight that night with more than 30 teams and more than 330 participants!

If you want to join a team as a walker, there's still time to sign up and/or donate.

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Take Them Out To The Ball Game: Pelicans Stadium Is Next To Broadway

When was the last time you took the whole family to a professional baseball game? An evening of minor league baseball delivers great family fun, and it just happens to be one of the best entertainment bargains in Myrtle Beach. Tickets start as low as $9.

TicketReturn.com Stadium, home of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, is right across 21st Avenue from Broadway at the Beach. The Pelicans are the Class A-Advanced affiliate of the much-beloved Chicago Cubs, and they're looking to defend their Southern Division Championship Title.

The first batter up will approach home plate at 7:05 p.m. on April 9 when the Pelicans face the Wilmington Blue Rocks in the Pelicans' home opener. You're likely to see some great play by future major league players — nine Pelicans players this year are among the Cubs top 30 prospects, according to Baseball America. As the Pelicans enter their 17th season in Myrtle Beach, they have already sent 127 players up to the major leagues.

Grab some dinner at Broadway at the Beach, then take the family out to the ball game. You'll never strike out with a game plan like that!

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Celebrate Easter at Broadway at the Beach

Here comes Peter Cottontail, hopping down the bunny trail to Myrtle Beach.

Like many visitors and locals, our favorite floppy-eared rabbit is heading to Broadway at the Beach to celebrate Easter.

While in town, the big bunny's itinerary calls for him to chomp down on some delicious food and visit with boys and girls at two outstanding locations on Saturday, April 4.

Ripley's Aquarium will welcome kids of all ages to a morning of fun with the Easter Rabbit and Ripley's own mascot, Sharkee, on April 4. For $19.95, there's a scrumptious breakfast buffet (with your choice of two seatings at 8 a.m. or 9:30 a.m.). There will be giveaways during the event and an opportunity to have your picture taken with Mr. Bunny! Reservations are required, so call 843-916-0888 ext. 3272.

If your family just loves to be edu-tained, head over to the upside down house known as WonderWorks on Saturday. Beginning at 8 a.m., Professor Wonder is hosting an egg hunt for kids ages 1 to 12. Will you be lucky enough to find the Wonder Egg or win a prize? Don't miss the opportunity to get a discount on admission to this amusement park for the mind. The activities are free, but you're asked to register online.

Mr. Bunny's arrival is a sure sign of Spring, and we're celebrating all weekend with extended shopping hours from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on April 3, 4 and 5.

And, no celebration would be complete without a Fireworks Extravaganza. So join us at 9 p.m. on Saturday night and watch the sky light up!

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