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Five Ideas For Expanding Your Horizons With Leftover Halloween Candy
Halloween is such a great time of year! Dressing up in costumes, walking trunk to trunk for candy, costume contests—there’s just so much to love about Halloween.
But what do you do with all that leftover candy? You could eat it, but let’s face it, that is a lot of candy to eat!
We have gathered some really great ways to repurpose all your Halloween candy—Read More
Halloween Costumes for the Whole Family
Halloween costumes can be tough, and they can get pretty expensive. But don’t worry—we have you covered with the top DIY costumes for the whole family!Read More
October Tenant of the Month: Jimmy McPhillips of The Southern Grind Coffee House
Every month, we’re spotlighting one of our tenants here at The Wharf. This month is the marvelous owner of The Southern Grind Coffee House, Jimmy McPhillips. Step into his coastal kitchen to learn more about him and his one-of-a-kind coffee house, then stop on by for delightful coffee and lunch. To complete your day, grab a scrumptious gelato ice cream for dessert!Read More
Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month at The Wharf's Girls Night Out
The month of October is known for crisp fall air, the changing of the leaves, and pumpkin spice lattes. But more importantly, it is also known for Breast Cancer Awareness month, and we are partnering with South Baldwin Regional Medical Center (SBRMC) Women’s Imaging Center to celebrate.Read More
2018 C Spire Concert Series Second Half Recap
We have reached the conclusion to our 2018 C Spire Concert Series at The Wharf Amphitheater—and what a season it was! Let’s take a stroll down memory lane for the second half of the concert season with photos from Dave Matthews Band, Miranda Lambert and Little Big Town, Imagine Dragons, Keith Urban, and NEEDTOBREATHE.Read More
September Tenant of the Month: A Coastal Zen
This month we have chosen to spotlight one of our newest tenants, A Coastal Zen. They are a crystal and stone shop with unique crystal items as well as books, dream catchers and salt rocks. We spoke with owners Mary Kay Chapman, Sherry Petty, and Stanley Chapman to learn more about their new business. Learn more, then stop by A Coastal Zen today—you may be surprised what you find there!Read More