Surfside Beach Section: Enjoying the Christmas Season in Surfside Beach: December 2019


Pack up the family and clear the calendar for the upcoming Christmas events in Surfside Beach.  Join us for the annual Christmas Tree Lighting on December 5 from 6-8pm at Town Hall, located at Pine Drive and 17 Business South.

Singing and music will be performed by 4 Pillars Church of Surfside Beach, Lakewood Elementary School Chorus, and Lakewood Steel Drum Band.  Bojangles will be providing hot chocolate and mini boberry and cinnamon biscuits.  There will be face painting, a bouncy house, and princess and superhero characters, too. 

While in town for the tree lighting, take a cruise through town to experience the second annual “It’s a Wonderful Life in Surfside Beach,” in which Surfside Beach will light up their homes and businesses in a spirit of festive fun.  “Light the Nights” begins December 5, 2019, and runs until January 1, 2020. We welcome you and your family to experience the town’s Christmas spirit we are so proud to display.  There will also be free trolley rides December 5, 12, and 19.  Our area businesses will be ready to welcome you.  To learn more or get involved, check out the Keep Surfside Beach Beautiful Facebook page.

The fun continues with the Surfside Beach Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 14 at 2pm.  This annual event, started in 1968, has something for everyone—music, floats, candy give-aways, dancers, cars, and of course, Santa.  The parade route starts at Melody Lane, goes north on Ocean Boulevard, and then turns left, heading west up Surfside Drive; it disbands at Poplar Drive. If interested in being in the parade, please contact Debbie Ellis at Town Hall.

Please note that Town Hall will be closed 12/25, 12/26 and 1/1/20 in honor of Christmas and New Year’s Day.

We invite you all to partake in the festivities, and look forward to another year of heartwarming magic and making memories.  We wish you a very Merry Christmas and the Happiest New Year!

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