services at brunswick forest expand

April 26, 2017

The Villages at Brunswick Forest welcomes the addition of several new businesses, including the A.M. Deli & Diner and Shuckin’ Shack. Community leaders, representatives of Chambliss and Rabil Contractors, Inc., and other local dignitaries came together for the groundbreaking of these newest additions to the Brunswick Forest community on April 4. Read More at Wilmington Today  … [Read More…]

dinking for pink pickeball tournament in leland raises money for breast cancer support

March 21, 2016

The inaugural Dinking for the Pink Pickelball Tournament wrapped up over the weekend at the Brunswick Forest Community Sport Center in Leland. With over 120 players competing from as far away as Canada during the three-day event, the tournament helped raise over $13,000 for the Lump to Laughter organization. More than 120 players competed at this year’s tournament. Photo courtesy- Dinking for Pink Tournament.“We were delighted to team with the… [Read More…]

successful local community hosts second annual open house

September 28, 2013

Star News By: Brunswick Forest   Practically since the day developers broke ground in 2006, sales of Brunswick Forest homes and home sites have soared—even through the nationwide housing downturn. And they’ve shown no signs of slowing down. “We have a hard time keeping inventory,” said Jerry Helms, Director of Sales for Brunswick Forest. “It’s not whether people are going to find something they like, it’s whether or not what… [Read More…]

golf tournament to benefit lower cape fear hospice

May 10, 2013

WWWAY By: Makenzi Henderson   The Lower Cape Fear Hospice Foundation will host a golf tournament to benefit the Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter. This year’s Closer to Home Golf Classic to be on Thursday, May 16 at Cape Fear National in Brunswick Forest. There will be a putting contest, then a shotgun start at 10 a.m..  After the tournament, participants can enjoy cocktails and dinner. The $600 team registration… [Read More…]

Bikers after participating in the Zoom through Brunswick Forest Event

runners, cyclists zoom through brunswick forest

May 14, 2012

Sports@StarNewsOnline.com By: McLeod Bass   The neighborhood of Brunswick Forest was overtaken Sunday morning by people biking and running all over the development. The cause of the commotion was the third annual Lowes Foods Duathlon at Brunswick Forest. The event, which contains a 5K run, followed by a 16-mile bike ride, then a two-mile run to finish, allows racers of all backgrounds to try their skill at a challenging level…. [Read More…]