Wild Side 2018 - In Kind Support
It takes many hours, hands, notepads, brushes, emails, gifts, meetings, phone calls, miles, printers and ovens (among others, but just one boat!) to make Wild Side happen.
We are much grateful to the generous supporters who are providing refreshments, entertainment and special auction items this year and to the many volunteers who will have contributed weeks, days or even just a few hours of help at the event and make Wild Side possible.
Take a moment to read about the In-Kind sponsors for the 9th Wild Side and thank them too if you spot them at the event or the next time you visit or shop with them.
Our comfortable shaded 40 ft. pontoon boat will cruise on smooth inland waters to a remote barrier island where the Winyah Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean. We take you through a bird-watcher's paradise to South Carolina's oldest lighthouse ...
Located on the waterfront in Georgetown SC, the Old Fish House, aka, Big Tuna serves the freshest local seafood and the coldest beer in town!
Atlantic House Restaurant
After owning and operating Roz's Rice Mill Cafe in Pawleys Island SC for 16 years, Roz and her husband moved to Georgetown and built the Atlantic House. The restaurant is on the first floor ...
Pawleys Island Bakery
Pawleys Island Bakery was founded in 2010 to bring the community a full service retail bakery. Pawleys Island Bakery is owned by Max Goree, who was trained in France at LaVarenne, Ecole de Cuisine. Max has over 35 years of baking and food service experience. We strive to use local vendors and the freshest available ingredients. Pawleys Island Bakery is a family friendly business featuring a vast array of kid’s goodies and gourmet treats.
Pawleys Island Tavern
By the time you get to have a restaurant that's old enough to drink, you learn how to get things right. You know the best brews, and the blues they go with. You know how sweet to make the iced tea, and whom to make it even sweeter for. You get Wi-Fi. You know where all the bar stools go and how to make sure the Tiki Bar stays tiki-ing until the wee hours of the morning. You give it a sweet three letter name: the PIT.