leland cultural arts center – upcoming events

November 24, 2018

Located right outside of our Brunswick Forest community, the Leland Cultural Arts Center provides a vibrant hub for the arts in Brunswick County and surrounding areas. It is unlike any other facility in the region, with courses/programs in a multitude of art forms including pottery, theater, painting, jewelry making, literary arts, healing arts, and more. The Center includes a gallery, pottery studio, multipurpose studio, painting/drawing studio, dance studio, classroom, and… [Read More…]

bringing concerts to your home in brunswick forest

November 20, 2018

Our growing community is constantly presented with an inflow of fresh activities, unique offerings and authentic experience to keep our residents busy and connected. One of the newest offerings we’re hearing about is from Glenda and Jerry Poole, Brunswick Forest residents in our Park Landing neighborhood. Recently attending their first CIYH or “Concerts in Your Home,” which is a concert series that supports independent traveling musicians, the Poole’s were instantly… [Read More…]

bridgewater wines opens in leland, nc!

November 20, 2018

Hosting their Grand Opening Party this past Friday, November 16th, Bridgewater Wines is Brunswick County’s first must-see wine shop! Store proprietor Doug Zucker spent more than 30 years in the New York area at the wine mecca, Stew Leonard’s. His wife Susan was a culinary professor. Together, they designed Bridgewater Wines to showcase the best values from around the wine world, including wines at all price points that you won’t find… [Read More…]

brunswick surgery center – emergeortho’s november update

November 17, 2018

Breaking ground earlier this year, EmergeOrtho is making progress on Brunswick County’s first outpatient Orthopedic Surgery Center. Brunswick Surgery Center will be located in The Villages at Brunswick Forest and will provide local residents with convenient, efficient and cost-effective care. Since their groundbreaking on July 26th, construction has stayed on schedule for the facility. According to Emerge’s Chief Administrative Officer, Jim Rouse, the Therapy and Pain Management is expected to… [Read More…]

resident-driven activities continue to grow in brunswick forest

November 15, 2018

Adapting to a new lifestyle, in a new location, with new neighbors and surroundings can be a bit daunting at first. However, the transition into a new community is what inspires and motivates many of our residents to continue to learn, grow and develop new hobbies and activities that keep them engaged and active within the community. With an evolving and growing list of resident sponsored activities, Brunswick Forest is… [Read More…]