3-27 | What Dwells in a Shell

Myrtle Beach State Park offers fun, educational programs for children and adults of all ages through various programs like, “SpongeBob – Fact or Fiction?!” and “Gator Gossip.”

This weekend, March 28-29, families can choose from five programs.

“Sharks!” Is an hour-long program for children and adults seven and up. Participants will discover the truth behind the numbers myths about sharks. This group will meet at the Activity Center at 11 a.m. on Saturday.

Feeding Time begins at 2 p.m. on Saturday at the Nature Center. If you’ve ever wanted to watch a snake eat a mouse, here’s your chance!

During the “Plethora of Plants” at the Nature Center, visitors can view what’s blooming in the park. There is an amazing variety of textures, colors and smells of plants from the maritime forest and grasslands. Children 10 years and up are welcome at 3:30 on Saturday.

On Sunday, learn to identify the seashell treasures you find on the beach and discover how these tiny creatures live. Can clams move? What do the animals inside the shell eat? Meet at the Nature Center at 2 p.m. on Sunday for “What Dwells in a Shell” to find out the answers to these questions and more!

Wrap up your Sunday visit and “Sea What’s on the Menu” for the saltwater aquarium inhabitants at 3:30 in the Nature Center.

The Myrtle Beach State Park is just a 20-minute drive from Seaside Grove. With all the great events planned, you’ll want to check their website for updates!

Photo Credit: TheDigitel Myrtle Beach

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