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Peaches to the Beaches Article Photo 1It’s been 5 years since the last time Glynn County has been an official participant of GIPA’s (Golden Isles Parkway Association) Peaches to the Beaches, and this year the DDA is bringing it back to Brunswick.

Extending along 341, Peaches to the Beaches is a large community wide yard sale event with a wide variety of vendors and concessions.
Downtown Brunswick will hold Peaches to the Beaches Friday and Saturday March 10th and 11th from 8 am to 6 pm at Mary Ross Waterfront Park alongside the Elvis Festival.

The earliest set up time is 6 am that Friday, March 10th. We can only ensure applications up until the 3rd of March, but we can accept them up until the day before at 12 pm. Space fee is $30, Yard sign is $30, and banners are $190. The DDA can accept only cash or check. Availability of yard signs and banners are limited.

If you are a business or vendor that would be interested in being a part of this opportunity, we have an online form you can complete which offers electronic payment here. If you would prefer filling out a hardcopy, you can fill out this form and send it to Harvest Hale at or mail it to P.O. Box 684, Brunswick, GA 31520. You are also welcome to physically bring the document to our office at Old City Hall, 1229 Newcastle St., Brunswick GA, 31520. Space reservations can be made over the phone or in person after receiving the application and payment. You can view the full map here!


Call us at 912-265-4032 if you have any questions.



The Rose and Vine Ad Photo2

The Rose & Vine has gotten a lot of notoriety downtown. Namely, “what are they doing down there?” We got to talk with the owner of The Rose & Vine, Danielle Brazell, wife of next door’s Subway owner, Chris Brazell.
Put simply, The Rose & Vine is a wine and flower gift shop. However, they’re going to offer a lot more. Besides having an entire wall and several shelves dedicated to wine, a full service florist, and a make your own boquet corner, they’ll have several other novelty items. They’ll have jewelry and sunglasses as well as locally produced goods including honey, candles, home décor, and more. The Rose & Vine will also offer a delivery service for that special someone. And, if you have someone dear to you in the hospital, they will deliver there free of charge. Of course, we can’t guarantee that will include wine.
The Rose & Vine also offers tailored services. Just give them a description of someone your love and a budget, and The Rose & Vine will make sure to have the perfect gift to fit the bill.
Although much of the store will fit catered to women, they will provide goods that men can enjoy as well.
The Rose & Vine plans to open before or during March, but we’ll keep you posted when they have the date!



The live oak tree, which was named the Jekyll Oak, in our Jekyll Square downtown had to be taken down June 26th, 2016. We are commemorating the Jekyll Oak by holding the Jekyll Oak Wood Contest and Auction. Artists are welcome to paint, burn, carve, turn, or any other method of artistry with the pieces of the Jekyll Oak. There are currently 16 pieces available for carving.


Available Pieces

Click here for our online application. Call or email Harvest Hale at (912) 265-4032 or to schedule a pick up. Hours are flexible. There is a $35 flat rate entry fee which can be paid in cash or check. The work must be brought to Art Downtown Friday, February 17th, 2017. The artists’ work will be shown at Art Downtown February 18th. We will announce the winners on our city’s birthday, February 22nd, and the auction taking place the following Saturday. Rules and Guidelines can be found here, and you can print and fill out a proof of purchase ahead of time and bring it with you during pick up.

There will be only one first, second, and third place winner in the contest.
Prizes are as follows:

1st Place - $700

2nd Place - $500

3rd Place - $300

This event has been made possible by Art Downtown, Southern Yankee Workshop, and Signature Squares and sponsored by Georgia Power and Southeast Georgia Health System.