North Myrtle Beach Section: Come Out and Play with Two New Programs in North Myrtle Beach: August 2019


1. Park N’ Play

 The North Myrtle Beach (NMB) Parks & Recreation Department is excited to bring to you, Park N’ Play, a recreation center on wheels that offers a variety of organized activities to promote outdoor play amongst children at local parks.  This mobile recreation program will establish new locations to play, and enhance current play opportunities throughout the community.

As part of the program, children will have the chance to create unique art projects, join in on an array of organized games and activities, or just utilize the playground in a safe, kid-friendly environment. Children can join our Passport Club and record their experiences and favorite things about Park N’ Play at each stop. 

Be sure to join in on the fun on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month from 10am-12pm.  This event is free and open to the public. Locations will vary and showcase all of the different Parks and Open Spaces the City of North Myrtle Beach has to offer.

Upcoming stops include:
August 13

Hill Street Park (2346 Hill Street, NMB)

August 27

Heritage Shores Nature Preserve (5600 Heritage Drive, NMB)

2. Pedal in the Park

This event will take you and your family on a leisurely three mile bike ride around the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex, starting and finishing at the Amphitheater. Pedal in the Park with a Hawaiian theme will be Friday, August 30, at 7pm.  The event will begin promptly and will premiere our new, 1 mile long, Junior Course. Please note, that this event is not a race. 

Bring your own bicycles; helmets are encouraged for safety.  And be sure to don your most festive Hawaiian attire for this tropical ride. 

Stick around after the ride for our dance party with Haiwaiian-themed activities that are sure to be reminiscent of times in the tropics.  The Parks and Recreation Department will provide complimentary water, lemonade and S’Mores after the ride, with other light refreshments available for purchase. This is a free family event that will be sure to get the whole family moving. 

For more programs and events visit www.parks.nmb.us. If you have any questions please call (843) 280-5584 or e-mail recreation@nmb.us.

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