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Six reasons to check out Trim-A-Tree

2018-11-06T11:14:11+00:00 October 5th, 2018|Shopping|

Trim-A-Tree at the Tanger Outlet is in its 51st year providing an outlet for local artists to come together and reach the public during the busy holiday season. Sponsored by the Foley Art Center, you can find Trim-A-Tree at Suite 182, just down from POLO Ralph Lauren. They will set up shop beginning Nov. 9, [...]

Enjoy a summertime treat at Stacey’s

2018-06-07T11:37:34+00:00 June 7th, 2018|Dining, Dining|

With an ice cream float and your pick of the jukebox, there’s nothing sweeter than a little nostalgia at Stacey Drugs & Olde Tyme Soda Fountain. Pull up a seat in the cafe and watch the miniature Union Pacific railcar make its rounds along the perimeter. Serving sodas, sandwiches, and ice cream, plus self-serve coffee [...]

Hikes/Paddles that Show Off Foley’s Spring Foliage

2017-04-19T22:16:11+00:00 April 27th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Put your canoe or kayak in at Graham Creek Nature Preserve or Wolf Creek and you’ll quickly realize there are great spots for paddling in the Foley area! The launch at Graham Creek puts paddlers on a narrow, slow-moving stream surrounded by beautiful forests and wetland areas. About a one-mile paddle gets kayakers to Wolf [...]

Discover unique holiday shopping opportunities in Foley

2017-04-19T22:16:11+00:00 November 5th, 2015|Uncategorized|

Each year, the Foley Art Center sponsors Trim-A-Tree, a holiday market that runs for six weeks. Shoppers find one-of-a-kind, handcrafted items that include ornaments, decor, gifts, artwork, jewelry and more! Trim-A-Tree showcases works by craftsmen and artists from throughout the Southeast. Items include stained glass, hand-painted gift bags, SEC koozies, sea shell trees, scarves, beaded [...]

Project to protect the Bon Secour River and the Oyster Bay Watershed

2017-04-19T22:16:11+00:00 October 29th, 2015|Uncategorized|

When you think of pollution in our coastal waters, what comes to your mind?    Pollution from Industry? Vehicle emissions?  Sewage treatment plants?  Surprisingly, the leading cause of water pollution comes from general sources of pollution or “non-point sources” such as lawn fertilizers, pesticides, automotive fluids, litter, human and animal wastes, sediment, nutrients, and many more [...]