Tuesday, March 13
Thursday, March 15
Friday, March 16
Saturday, March 17
Sunday, March 18
Ongoing Events & Exhibits
Guided Tours: We have added guided tour information and links to guided tour providers to the SDT website. Direct your guests here for information: Find Guided Tours Here
Theater, Exhibits, Farmers Markets
Culinary Coast™ Farmers Markets: For details and info on all the local markets click here...
THEATER: For performances at Clear Space Theatre, click here... For performances at For performances at the Milton Theatre, click here.... For performances at Milford's Riverfront Theater, click here..., For performances of Georgetown's Possum Point Players, click here..., for Rehoboth Beach Film Society screenings, click here..., for performances at Dickens Parlour Theater, click here
Made in Milton: Milton Historical Society Museum: From quilts to watercolor and acrylic paints, the residents of Milton have a knack for crafting beautiful, intricate and handmade items for decoration and home use. This exhibit will highlight these talented novice and professional artisans from 1859-2018. Exhibit runs February 23, 2018 - May 26.
Made in Milford: Milford Museum. Did you know that the little wooden spoons that were used to eat ice cream were invented here? Did you know that Milford once had a silversmith and potter? These are just a few of the products and items on display in our "Made In Milford" exhibit. The Milford Museum's newest exhibit shares many stories about our local businesses and products created during the nineteenth and twentieth century. Through December 2018.
Discovering Delaware's Maritime Past Display at Zwaanendael Museum explores the DeBraak, a shipwrecked 18th-century British warship including a photo of the hull recovery, reproductions of items aboard ship, and a model of the vessel.
A Seaborne Citizenry: The DeBraak and Its Atlantic World Exhibit at Zwaanendael Museum utilizes artifacts recovered from His Majesty's Sloop of War DeBraak, a British warship that sank off the Delaware coast on May 25, 1798 to tell the story of the vessel, its crew and the historical context within which it operated in the Atlantic World of the late 18th century.