The 9th Annual 4th of July Boat Parade will begin to the Northwest of Wood Duck Drive, just as always, and continue on the routine path.
We have been flooded with questions in regards to where visitors can catch the best views of the fireworks display coming up on Wednesday. Hopefully this blog has all of the updates and info you need to ensure a happy, fun and safe 4th of July in Sandbridge!
Wow! This weekend is absolutely packed with activities and events we hope you get to enjoy the #sandbridgelife by partaking in at least a few of these stellar soirees.
The Sandbridge Beach Fireworks Committee has reached it’s $10,000 goal to cover expenses for the 4th of July display.
Good Vibes Yoga owner Tyler Midgett is organizing a “Peace for the Ocean Paddle” September 15 at 6:00 pm.
$2500 shy of the fundraising goal
It’s crunch time! We are less than two weeks away from the 4th of July and $2500 shy of reaching the $10k fireworks fund goal.
If you are able to pitch in for this much anticipated event please contact any of the following people:
Have you been enjoying some sun and sand time this week? The Summer Solstice arrived this week along with a heat wave that sent temps soaring …
Seacrest Family Restaurant in Pungo will donate a percentage of proceeds to the family of Will Fentress…
July 8th from 2 – 9 pm the Baja Restaurant will be hosting a Celebration of Life in memory of James Normile.
Checked out our calendar lately? If so then you have seen that we added a long list of events going on out at the Refuge during June and July. Our friend Erica, Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge Ranger, brought over copies of the Summer Brochure last week for us to share with our friends. Stop by and pick one up!