Magnolia Springs Tour of Homes is March 26
The Magnolia Springs Community Association presents a Tour of Homes “Under the Canopy” to be held March 26 from 1-5 p.m. in Magnolia Springs. Six homes, all located along iconic tree-lined Oak Street, will be featured along with the Magnolia Springs Community Hall (circa 1894) and the St. Paul’s Episcopal Chapel (circa1902). Tour these beautiful homes and historic buildings located in what Architectural Digest called “one of the 55 most beautiful towns in America”. Southern Living Magazine selected it as one of the 10 best Tiny Towns in the South.
All proceeds benefit the preservation of the historic Magnolia Springs Community Hall.
Tickets are $20 before the event and can be purchased in several locations across Baldwin County. In Magnolia Springs, tickets can be purchased at the Magnolia Springs Town Hall, Magnolia Springs Library, United Bank, Magnolia Springs Pharmacy, Magnolia Hair Salon and Jesse’s Restaurant. In Fairhope, they can be purchased at Page and Palette. In Gulf Shores, they can be purchased at Gulf Shores Rentals (Gulf Shores Parkway near Walgreens) and Lacie Maynard, Bellator Real Estate and Development. In Foley they can be purchased at Foley Art Center and Cassity’s Nest. Acceptable methods of payment include cash, check or Venmo (@MSCA_nonprofit).
If you don’t get your ticket early, you can purchase one $25 the day of the event at the Community Hall (located at the corner of Hwy 49 and Oak Street).
For more information about the tour visit our website – magnoliaspringsal.org, join our Facebook group Magnolia Springs Community Association or contact, Helen Soule-703-473-6944. If you are interested in being a sponsor, please contact Helen Soule.