“A Walk Through Time” Tour of Historic Alabama Homes

Home Of Charlie & Janie Houser

Image Courtesy Of Charlie & Janie Houser, The Community’s 1st Mayor

Magnolia Springs Community Hall {previously Town Hall} was built in 1894. Heart pine was brought by sailboat and unloaded at the head of the river. A celebration dance was planned upon completion but the owner refused to turn over the key until a balance of $50 due him was paid.

The Magnolia Springs Community Association is sponsoring a tour of Magnolia Springs, Alabama homes called ” A Walk Through Time”. Six homes will be featured along with St. Paul’s Episcopal Chapel, The Magnolia Springs Bed & Breakfast and the Magnolia Springs Community Hall, built in 1894. 

Tour Date Is: Sunday, March 10, 2013 from 1-5 pm. Tickets are only $15 and may be purchased by contacting Chairman Liz Ramsey at 251-965-9055.

B&B Online Reservations or 800-965-7321

For over one hundred years, the Springs has maintained a Community Association, housed in the historic Association Building, adjacent to St. Paul’s Episcopal Chapel, also more than 100 years of age. Community members meet once a month to share food, fun, facts, and camaraderie — keeping everyone abreast of the news and needs of the various residents and providing yet another link in the bonds of friendship and fellowship that are truly unique to Magnolia Springs. Read More Magnolia Springs History

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Despite the delightful and unassuming “small town” ambiance of Magnolia Springs, the additional advantages of metropolitan living are only minutes away: both Mobile, Alabama, and Pensacola, Florida, lie less than an hour’s drive from the quiet, tree-lined byways of the Springs. Opera, symphonies, theater, and cultural activities are abundant, both in Mobile and Pensacola and in Baldwin County — opportunities for cultural enrichment and diverting entertainment are everywhere.

Quoted from the “Town of Magnolia Springs’ Website

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