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Relax Into the Natural Joys of Autumn on Bald Head Island

Relax Into the Natural Joys of Autumn on Bald Head Island

Posted on Saturday, October 24, 2015

Bald Head Island is on the southernmost tip of North Carolina's barrier islands and merely minutes from Wilmington. This vacation destination is accessible only by passenger ferry or private boat and guests and locals use golf carts to get around. This not only makes the island perfectly laid back, it’s also easier on the environment. This 12,000-acre subtropical island is graced with 14 miles of pristine beaches , thousands of acres of...

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Bald Head Island Goes Pink Surpassing Expectations

Bald Head Island Goes Pink: Surpassing Expectations

Posted on Saturday, October 24, 2015

The first weekend of October on Bald Head Island was dedicated to ‘going pink’ - a phrase nationally coined to reference the support and awareness raised for breast cancer research. Coinciding with National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Bald Head Island teamed up with the Susan G Komen Foundation for the second year in a row to put on a variety of events to raise funds and voices for a disease that directly affects so many of us.    In what...

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Bald Head Island Ladies Invitational 2015

Bald Head Island Ladies Invitational 2015

Posted on Sunday, October 18, 2015

During the weekend of September 28th, 117 women golfers took to the greens to participate in an 18-hole tournament dedicated to ovarian cancer research. Despite inclement weather, the tournament was able to successfully raise over $5000 for She ROCKS, Inc. - the local charity of choice this year.     In fun Bald Head Island fashion, the annual charity golf tournament is run on a points based format: 5 points for double eagles, 4 points for...

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Bald Head Island Wedding Series Part I  Creating That Feeling

Bald Head Island Wedding Series Part I : Creating That Feeling

Posted on Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Bald Head Island, with its sweeping oaks, sandy beaches, and breathtaking views, is an enchanting backdrop for every girls’ dream wedding. From the moment you step off of the ferry and onto the island, you feel the pace of life begin to slow down. You breathe in the salty sea air and feel yourself begin to relax. You instantly feel these feelings of excitement, euphoria, relaxation, comfort, and peace - and know you’re exactly where you’re supposed...

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The Benefits of Yoga  3 Poses You Can Try Today

The Benefits of Yoga & 3 Poses You Can Try Today

Posted on Sunday, October 11, 2015

Picture this: alone on the beach in the early hours of the morning, waves lapping on the shore, and a gentle breeze hits your face as you switch from downward facing dog to child’s pose -  what could be more peaceful than that? I know what some of you are thinking… a walk on the beach is way more peaceful than twisting oneself into a pretzel.   However, studies show that yoga has a whole host of benefits that include...

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Make the Most of Your OffSeason Vacation Time

Make the Most of Your Off-Season Vacation Time

Posted on Saturday, October 10, 2015

Off-season vacationing on Big Head Island allows you to completely unwind. Here you can step away from the daily grind and savor your time away. Take full advantage of your vacation rental home, which gives you all the conveniences of your house, plus the time to enjoy it. Bald Head Island is a subtropical island and is generally 70 and sunny in November, dipping a bit lower at night, which makes it perfect for staying active during the day...

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Why Its Time to Go Pink on Bald Head Island

Why It's Time to Go Pink on Bald Head Island

Posted on Thursday, October 8, 2015

  In 2015 in the U.S. alone, there are 2.8 million women with a history of breast cancer and 292,130 new cases of breast cancer will be diagnosed.  A total of 40,290 woman will die this year of the disease.    BHI Pink Weekend celebrates and salutes the incredible strength and courage of the women who have struggled and continue to struggle with this disease.  Although our home is a small island, together we can achieve a big...

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