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  • A Drive-Through Holiday Lights Display will be open Nov. 28 through Dec. 29 at Bicentennial Park in north Baldwin County. The park, located at 51233 State Highway 225 in Stockton, will be open from 5 to 9 p.m. and admission is free. Please note: the drive-through will be closed Dec. 9-10 as part of the Christmas Festival at the park and Dec. 23 and 26 as part of the Christmas holidays. This event is for passenger vehicles only. Buses, RVs and other commercial vehicles are prohibited. The event is sponsored by the Baldwin County Archives & History, Parks, and CIS departments. Donations will be accepted.
  • Bedtime Stories with Santa will be held Friday, Dec. 2, at the Bay Minette Public Library. This annual event includes a visit with Saint Nick as well as a reading of the story ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas. This is a great opportunity to bring a camera to capture pictures with Santa.
  • Christmas Fest will be held Friday and Saturday, Dec. 2-3, in downtown Bay Minette. This year’s event will include a Tree Lighting Ceremony, twilight parade, ping pong drop, 5K Run, vendor booths, food, music and the annual Christmas parade. The event is sponsored by North Baldwin Chamber of Commerce. The Christmas parade will roll at 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3. For more details, visit www.northbaldwinchamber.com.
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  • Christmas Fest 5K and 1-Mile Fun Run will be held Saturday, Dec. 3, at Blackburn Park. The 5K begins at 8 a.m. and the Fun Run follows at 9 a.m. This event is sponsored by the Heritage Women’s Club and North Baldwin Coalition for Excellence in Education. Registration will be available race day and online at runsignup.com/Race/AL/BayMinette/2022ChristmasFest5KFunRun.

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Nestled in the pine forests of North Baldwin County, Bay Minette is conveniently located 35 miles northeast of Mobile, Alabama, 45 miles west of Pensacola, Florida, and 75 miles east of Biloxi, Mississippi. Because of our favorable location, we enjoy the economic, social and cultural benefits of the surrounding urban areas while maintaining the charm and relaxed pace of a small southern community.

In addition to being home to a thriving timber industry, our surrounding forests serve as a playground for the southern sportsman, as does the nearby Tensaw River Delta and the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Bay Minette is also surrounded by restored Civil War and early American history sites perfect for history buffs, family picnics, hikers and campers.

Bay Minette has enjoyed steady, managed growth for many years. As the seat of Baldwin County (the second fastest growing county in the state), our residents enjoy many employment opportunities through local government, the county board of education, as well as legal and other professional offices, which support the county government.

Home to the largest employer in Baldwin County, Bay Minette also offers residents employment opportunities in manufacturing and industry. In addition, the city actively seeks new employers through partnerships with the Baldwin County Economic Development Alliance and the North Baldwin Chamber of Commerce.

There are approximately 8,500 residents living in the city limits of Bay Minette and an additional 20,000 beyond the city limits who call North Baldwin home.

We hope you will enjoy Bay Minette as much as we enjoy living here. We invite you to personally visit our city. While here, we hope you will stop by our City Hall, located in Downtown Bay Minette, if you find yourself in need of any information or assistance.

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