Lots to do in Southern Delaware Week of March 7, 2017

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Tuesday, March 7
 
 
Wednesday, March 8
 
Photographing the Hook, Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge
 
Thursday, March 9
 
 
Friday, March 10
 
Discover Battery 519, Cape Henlopen State Park
Discover Battery 519, Cape Henlopen State Park
Gypsy, Clear Space Theatre, Rehoboth Beach
 
Saturday, March 11
 
Discover Battery 519, Cape Henlopen State Park
Schroeder: An Artist at Fort Miles, Cape Henlopen State Park
Discover Battery 519, Cape Henlopen State Park
Schubert in Spring, Ocean View
 
Sunday, March 12
 
 
Monday, March 13
 
Lo-Del Live, Milton
 
Ongoing Exhibits
 
The Zwaanendael Museum in Lewes is currently exhibiting "Rose Color to Gold to Glowing Red: Orville and Ethel Peets in Paris 1913-1914." The exhibit features 15 paintings - eight works by Orville Houghton Peets (1884-1968) and seven works by his wife Ethel Canby Peets (1877-1955). Also displayed are an assemblage of painting materials used by the noted Delaware artists including paint brushes and palettes. Ethel and Orville Peets are credited with bringing fresh, modern ideas to Delaware after their move to Herring Creek near Millsboro in the 1930s. They each influenced the local art-scene in a profound and lasting manner by creating art, teaching classes and holding art forums. Exhibit through December 2017. 
 
Public Improvements, an exhibit focused on the development of Milford's Police Department and Water & Light Commission, transportation, and early surveying of the town will be at the Milford Museum, 121 S. Walnut Street, until November 18, 2017. 
 
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. 
 
The Milton Historical Society presents an exhibit "Paradise Frost: Milton's Frozen History." The exhibit explores a number of topics related to the theme of frozen--including the ice harvesting industry of the early twentieth century, led by notable Miltonian James "Handy" Prettyman and ice cream manufacturing. Artifacts span the 18th through 20th centuries. Through May 29th.
 
Culinary Coast™ Farmers Markets: Winter Farmers Market at East Coast Garden Center is open on Tuesdays. For details and info on this and other other markets click here...
 

 

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