Get excited for seven days of fun at Coconut Kids and Toys & Treasures.  Two of Sandestin’s most treasured stores in the Village of Baytowne Wharf have joined together under one roof to provide guests and locals with a shopping experience unlike any other, and they’re inviting you to the celebration.

The grand re-opening festivities will kick off on Sunday, March 9, in The Village of Baytowne Wharf and will be followed by a lively week full of complimentary activities and entertainment while supplies last, including:

Sunday  — Abrakadoodle Painting Party from 2 to 4 p.m. To register and reserve a spot, call 850-351-1800. Space is extremely limited. $20 per child.

Monday  — Free Popcorn Day: Everyone gets free popcorn.

Tuesday — Free glitter tattoos for all.

Wednesday — Sidewalk Chalk Day: Come out and have fun drawing on the sidewalk in front of the stores.

Thursday — Customized M&M's Day: The stores will be handing out bags of customized M&Ms to all that come in and shop.

Friday — Game Day from 5 to 7 p.m.: Come and enjoy playing some of your favorite board games and card games with other children.

Saturday — Free Laser Maze at Blast Day: All children will receive a coupon to this state-of-the-art activity at an arcade that features more than 60 games.

Every day — Pick a balloon from the air and pop it to find a coupon hidden inside: You could receive savings from 10 percent to a $100 gift card.

Coconut Kids, a whimsical children's boutique, features brand names like Southern Tide Youth, Bailey Boys, Kissy Kissy, Mud Pie and Hatley, while Toys & Treasures bring the fun with Ty plush, Barbies, action figures and more.  

"In addition to providing parents with an unrivaled shopping experience, we know the joining of Toys & Treasures and Coconut Kids will be an exciting event for the kids, as well," says Sandestin Retail Director Sara Becnel. "Everything about the store, ranging from the décor, to the clothing, the toys and the artwork will transport shoppers of all ages to the most fun memories from their childhood."

The week kicks off with a painting party and gives children the chance to have their artwork on display at the store.

"I want the kids and parents who shop at our stores to know they're a part of our family," said Becnel.  "We are working with Abrakadoodle and are inviting children to not only paint a masterpiece but to also have it proudly displayed on the walls of our store for years to come.  We want to say thank you to our customers and will showcase the precious artwork they create with their own hands and make Sandestin history!"