‘Tis The Season for Shopping Local

December 2, 2020

Another holiday season, another shopping bag full of goodies! Although gift shopping this holiday season may be a little different this year, due to COVID, there will still be plenty of great options to shop and support local! Pop-up holiday markets are a tradition that remains unbroken! The great thing about traditional holiday markets is that they are a safe way to keep the holiday spirit alive while finding beautiful… [Read More…]

The Season of Giving: Local Causes at Brunswick Forest

November 23, 2020

‘Tis the season to make another heart full during the holidays! Depending on what holidays you celebrate, this time of year can mean a whole lot of different things. Some think of food, others think of family, but we at Brunswick Forest believe that what matters most is sharing generosity with those that need it most. The holiday spirit is never lost on the team here at Brunswick Forest. Without… [Read More…]

Toys For Tots – How It All Started

November 10, 2020

Donate a Toy. Give Some Joy.   In late 1947, Major Bill Hendricks and his wife Diane wanted to find an organization to donate a Raggedy Ann doll to as a Christmas present for a needy child. The couple found that no organization existed for toy donations, so Diane encouraged Bill to start one. Bill, with the help of a group of Marine Reservists in Los Angeles, California, got together… [Read More…]

November Homecoming Weekend

October 19, 2020

Brunswick Forest has been the ideal getaway for many empty nesters hoping to begin the golden chapters of their lives. Regardless of what time of year it is, you can ensure that if you are going to visit Brunswick Forest for an event weekend you are certain to want to stick around! Fall Homecoming Weekends are our team’s perfect answer to your craving for fine Southern Living. As the weather… [Read More…]

No Time Like an Oyster Roast!

October 12, 2020

There’s a lot to love about the Autumn season in the greater Wilmington area. Slightly cooler temperatures, leaves changing amongst historic backdrops, and plenty of food to enjoy. October is a great time to get out and enjoy where you live. One of the most common Southern traditions on the Carolina coast this time of year is without a doubt, a good old’ fashioned oyster roast! Oyster roasts are not… [Read More…]