Shoppers find great deals at the Downtown Sidewalk Sale (8/27/2015) - Shoppers hit the streets for the hottest deals in town for the end of summer Downtown Sidewalk Sale on Saturday, August 29th! They found sizzling deals on fabulous merchandise in downtown Brunswick! Participating businesses: It’s All Good Upscale Resale Shop – Everything summer is 50% off. Find racks of shorts, capris, and summer skirts on the sidewalk but everything store wide summer is included in […]
North of Nashville at Music on the Mall (8/24/2015) - Brunswick Downtown Association’s Summer Concert Series final concert of the year was Wednesday, August 26th. A big crowd come out to hear Jay Basiner – acoustic guitar, lead vocals, harmonica and Andrew Martelle – fiddle, mandolin, guitar & vocals. Thanks to everyone who attended our summer concert series! Check back in February for our 2016 band schedule. […]
Brunswick Outdoor Arts Festival – Thank You! (8/17/2015) - The 9th Annual Brunswick Outdoor Arts Festival! What a great day it was! We want to thank all of our artists who participated in the festival including the visual, performing, culinary, and what ever medium you participated in. The support of the Brunswick Downtown Association staff, board and volunteers makes the event possible. Thanks to our […]
Brunswick’s 2nd Friday ArtWalk – Sept. 11 (7/29/2015) - Brunswick’s 2nd Friday ArtWalk takes place on September 11, from 5 to 8 PM. Exhibits along Pleasant Street include the Curtis Memorial Library’s Morrell Room, Gallery Framing, The Gallery, Points of View Artists, and St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. The church features “pop up” artists from mid-coast towns and musicians Sally Jarmusz, harpist, and the Jazz Alchemy. Each month will feature different musicians […]
NEW Gateway Sign Installed (6/19/2015) - Carrot Signs? installed the NEW Brunswick Gateway sign on outer Pleasant Street today! The Brunswick Downtown Association commissioned the sign this Spring through a grant awarded by the Alfred M. Senter Fund. The BDA’s Design Committee, chaired by Claudia Knox came up with the design, which mimics the Town Hall signage on Station Avenue.