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  • August 29, 2015 - 9:00am

    The Delaware Seaside Railroad Club, located at 32442 Royal Blvd, near 113 & Clayton Ave) in Dagsboro, welcomes visitors to their clubhouse which features multiple interactive layouts, from 10 - 3 p.m. on Saturdays and on Wednesdays from 5 - 8 p.m. beginning July 18th. Admission is free! 

    Visit www.delawareseasiderailroadclub.com or call 302-448-5654 for information.

  • August 29, 2015 - 9:00am

    SEE SCHEDULE ON WEBSITE FOR VARIOUS DEPARTURE TIMES. Sail on the Kalmar Nyckel. The original Kalmar Nyckel was one of America’s pioneering colonial ships, a Mayflower of the Delaware Valley, yet her remarkable story has never been widely told. The original Kalmar Nyckel served as Governor Peter Minuit’s flagship for the 1638 expedition that founded the colony of New Sweden, establishing the first permanent European settlement in the Delaware Valley, Fort Christina, in present-day Wilmington, Delaware.

  • August 29, 2015 - 1:00pm

    Come experience Indian River Life-Saving Station Museum’s PREMIER program! Watch park staff and active-duty Coast Guardsmen reenact the breeches buoy, a system that allowed surfmen to rescue shipwreck victims from shore.  Demonstration includes firing the Lyle gun, a small cannon, and a rescue from the “wreck pole”. Cost: $6.50/adult; $5/senior (62 and up); $4/youth (6-12); 5 and under are free. Includes museum admission.

  • August 29, 2015 - 4:00pm

    Brews by the Bay August 29 2015 Cape May Lewes Ferry Terminal Lewes delawareA showcase of NJ and DE craft breweries, local food, live entertainment, yard games, and fun for all ages! Read more here...

  • August 29, 2015 - 7:00pm

    Judy Carmichael is considered one of the greatest pianists in the swing tradition and one of the most sensitive vocalists. Count Basie nicknamed her “Stride” acknowledging her command of the form. Of Judy’s singing, America’s premier jazz magazine, Jazz Times writes: “Carmichael exhibits a truly remarkable ability to channel Peggy Lee’s breathy invitingness and her befogged insouciance (and) echoes the intense perspicacity of the solo albums of Annie Ross.

  • August 30, 2015 - 9:00am

    SEE SCHEDULE ON WEBSITE FOR VARIOUS DEPARTURE TIMES. Sail on the Kalmar Nyckel. The original Kalmar Nyckel was one of America’s pioneering colonial ships, a Mayflower of the Delaware Valley, yet her remarkable story has never been widely told. The original Kalmar Nyckel served as Governor Peter Minuit’s flagship for the 1638 expedition that founded the colony of New Sweden, establishing the first permanent European settlement in the Delaware Valley, Fort Christina, in present-day Wilmington, Delaware.

  • August 30, 2015 - 1:00pm

    REPEATS WEEKLY ON FRIDAYS and SUNDAYS. Embark on a 3-hour culinary adventure through historic downtown Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, where you will enjoy exclusive food and beverage tastings at 5 of Rehoboth's best eateries. The Eating Rehoboth tour visits specialty food shops and beachy outdoor venues. As you stroll through the streets of Rehoboth Beach, our seasoned guides will bring you up-to-date on local history and restaurant lore. Combined experiences add up to a delicious lunch, some great memories, take-home items, and exclusive Eating Rehoboth coupons.

  • August 31, 2015 - 9:00am

    SEE SCHEDULE ON WEBSITE FOR VARIOUS DEPARTURE TIMES. Sail on the Kalmar Nyckel. The original Kalmar Nyckel was one of America’s pioneering colonial ships, a Mayflower of the Delaware Valley, yet her remarkable story has never been widely told. The original Kalmar Nyckel served as Governor Peter Minuit’s flagship for the 1638 expedition that founded the colony of New Sweden, establishing the first permanent European settlement in the Delaware Valley, Fort Christina, in present-day Wilmington, Delaware.

  • August 31, 2015 - 10:00am

    Artistic rendition of the capsizing of the DeBraak by Peggy Kane, 1990.

  • August 31, 2015 - 10:30am

    REPEATS WEEKLY. Join a knowledgeable Lewes Historical Society guide on board the Cape Water Taxi for a cruise along the Lewes Canal (once Lewes Creek). Journey back in time into Lewes’s maritime past through the centuries. Learn of the explorers who first put Cape Henlopen on the map. Recall the pirates that sailed the same local waters you'll travel upon. Come to understand the difficulties in navigating the Cape's sometime treacherously shallow waters. View lighthouses that for generations have assisted in guiding ships, visitors, cargo and stories through the area.

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