Town News: May 25, 2021

Concerts are Back!!! Our summer concert season will begin this Sunday, May 30th from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at the Pavilion. Bring a lawn chair and blanket and get ready for some summer beach music with Gary Lowder and Smokin Hot. Tide Dye This family friendly event will be held at the Pavilion weekly from 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. beginning Tuesday, June 15th. Fee is $5 for sizes up to AXL and $10 for 2XL. No shirts will be sold after 3:00 p.m. as

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Local Learning: Stimulate Your Retirement

Stimulate Your Retirement blends life planning activities with time-tested financial strategies to help you make the most of your retirement. Hosted by Brunswick Community College and offered by First Financial Education Centers, instructors for this course are qualified financial professionals who can answer your questions and relate the course material to real life examples. The course will be held at the Holden Beach Chapel. Click here to view the flyer to see dates, cost and details on how to sign up.

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Town News: March 29, 2021

TAI CHI BALANCED & FIT! with Group Fitness Instructor, Andrea Combs Balance your mind and body with a flowing, slow dance of peaceful martial art forms set to the rhythm of your breath! Get fit with dynamic, total body warm-ups. Calm and focus your mind with breathing exercises. Rehearse Tai Chi movements, then put it all together to flow through this beautifully choreographed Tai Chi dance routine with inspiring background music! Feel relaxed, energized and stronger, with better range-of-motion, balance

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Town News: From the Mayor’s Desk

2021 has brought many opportunities and challenges to Holden Beach. COVID seems to continue to be impacting almost everything here. The Town Hall building continues to be locked and inaccessible to the public due to the virus related guidelines. Communications with the public are via phone, email and US mail. Currently, there is no plan giving relief to this policy. Speaking of COVID, I endured and suffered with it all of January. After being in the hospital and isolated I

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