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Articles in Bald Head Island, Bald Head Island Ferry & Tram Service, Chamber Public Events, Climate and Brunswick Town Fort Anderson State Historic Site

Bald Head Island

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Passenger only Bald Head Island Ferry depart Deep Point Marina for a magical island in the NC Brunswick Islands called Bald Head island. A place where Maritime Forests & Old Baldy Lighthouse have been preserved and you can enjoy pristine beaches.... Read full article

About our Communities

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Introduction to the Southport-Oak Island Area, part of the North Carolina's Brunswick beaches, tucked away on the southeastern coast of the Brunswick Islands, offering both the vacationer, resident and investor a pleasant coastal experience. ... Read full article

Recognitions and Awards

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Southport-Oak Island Area Chamber of Commerce has several award programs throughout the year to recognize businesses from within the membership who are excelling. Quarterly Golden Pineapple Awards, annual Small Business, Non-Profit & Customer Service... Read full article

Youth Business Fair Southport-Oak Island

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Southport - Oak Island Youth Business Fair to be held on Saturday, November 20, 2021 from 10am -1pm. Details and location TBA. This fair will feature youth run and operated small businesses only. 2020 Event Canceled. ... Read full article

Restaurant Week

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Foodies everywhere, make sure you have marked your calendar for the annual Southport-Oak Island Area Restaurant Week will be held October 18th thru October 25th in 2020. Menu information at ... Read full article

Coastal Consumer Showcase

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No matter if you are new to the area or just want to know what’s new to the area, the Coastal Consumer Showcase is a must attend event on Thursday, March 4th from 4pm-7pm @ St. James Community Center.... Read full article

Brunswick Town Fort Anderson State Historic Site

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major pre-Revolutionary port on North Carolina's Cape Fear River, Brunswick was razed by British troops in 1776 and never rebuilt. During the Civil War, Fort Anderson was constructed atop the old village site, and served as part of the Cape Fear Rive... Read full article

Go Local Southport-Oak Island

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During the COVID-19 pandemic use this page as a one stop shop for our residents to find the information on our business community. Who is open, who is serving takeout, who is delivering and a Tic Toc Toe game to keep you entertained and support local... Read full article

Climate

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Picture Perfect In Any Season the Southport Oak Island Area of North Carolina's Brunswick Islands enjoys salubrious breezes, warm summer nights for long walks on our beaches, cool fall days perfect for fishing, mild winter temperatures to keep active... Read full article

N.C. 4th of July Festival

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The N.C. 4th of July Festival is held annually in the City of Southport July 2nd – 4th and Town of Oak Island July 1st (unless it is a Sunday and then Beach Day is June 30th). The City of Southport first celebrated our nation’s independence in 1792... Read full article

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