Join us for the FIRST Garlic Fest in the State of Delaware. A true farm to table experience, thanks to our friends @ Nature's Garlic Farm. Enjoy glorious GARLIC creations from the best restaurants in Rehoboth Beach!
"Angry Water" at Rehoboth Beach Museum
The Rehoboth Beach Museum is opening an exciting exhibit Saturday, May 27, chronicling the i
Transcendental Jam Session: KIRTAN
THIS IS A FREE EVENT. NO TICKET IS NEEDED. Donations will be taken at the door. 6:00pm Complimentary vegetarian feast.
Sky Suite - works by Annie Gudis
Sky Suite is a collection of layered oil paintings ranging in size from 2” x 3” to 40” x 40”, created in 2016 through the present. The Sky Suite works communicate a feeling of calm and peace.
Fourteen local Gallery One Artist showing work on the Theme of Transitions. Venue: Gallery One.
I am Bear Hear Me Roar
Art Show and Open House Reception at CAMP Rehoboth Rehoboth Beach, DE, August 21, 2017 - In September, local and regional artists from the Mid-Atlantic region will bring an art show “I am Bear Hear Me Roar” to the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center.
Power of Myth
Course participants will view and then discuss six interviews with mythologist Joseph Campbell by award-winning journalist Bill Moyers. A one-time $10 donation is requested.
Inklings - works by Lynnette Shelley
In this exhibition, Lynnette Shelley creates works inspired by nature, patterns, and folklore. As a mixed media painter (ink and acrylic), Shelley specializes in animal and mythological themed works.
Rebecca Raubacher - Drawings and Paintings, 1975 - present
Curated by Susan Issacs, PhD, professor of Art History at Towson University, this exhibition is a retrospective look at works covering the career of esteemed Delaware artist Rebecca Raubacher. Dr.
Pareidolia - works by John Mosher
Pareidolia is a term that means "a psychological phenomenon involving a stimulus (an image or a sound) wherein the mind perceives a familiar pattern of something where none actually exists".
Of Course You Did! - works by Jonathan McFadden
In this exhibition, Jonathan McFadden presents work created in reaction to news and social media cycles leading up to the exhibition.
The Canterville Ghost
This comedy based on the classic story will make everyone laugh so hard until they might see some Ghosts Venue: Riverfront Theater. Presenter: Second Street Players.
Milton Arts Guild Photography Exhibition
Photography – the art or process of producing images by the action of radiant energy, especially light on a sensitive surface such as film or an optical sensor. When the person behind the camera captures an image it’s a form of communication imparting emotion and information…beauty, horror, even
St. John’s Oktoberfest is just around the corner! It will begin on Friday, September 22 at 6pm and continue on Saturday, September 23 at 11:30am at St. John the Apostle Catholic Church located on the corner of Seabury Avenue and School Place in Milford. Mark your calendar now!
Fort Miles, located in what is now Cape Henlopen State Park, was a key part of the nation's coastal defense during and after WWII. In September, 2004, Fort Miles was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
What better place to see the wildlife of the park than from a touring pontoon boat? We will explore the pond in search of animals feeding and drinking, and some just wading around. Space is limited. First come, first served. Meet at the Boathouse. $6 for adults, $3 for children 12 and under.
Battery 519 began construction in 1941 under the threat of war. Tour the battery to learn what the threats were and how Fort Miles planned to defend the United States from them. For ages 7 and up with a paying adult. Limit 30. Pre-registration is required by calling 302-644-5007. $5 pp.
Journey through Lewes’s salty past while learning of the explorers who first put Lewes on the map, the pirates that sailed the local waters, and the brave United States Life-Saving Servicemen who rescued victims from perilous shipwrecks.
Gather at the Milford Museum at 121 S. Walnut Street. The South Milford Tour will make stops at Henry Hudson's homesite (Library) and proceed to early shipyards owned by William Scribner, James H. Deputy, Carlisle & Revel, Lank & Black, Abbott, and Vinyard.
Over a light brunch of fruit and waffles, storyteller Steve Childers shares his insight about the fascinating life of Ainsworth Abbott. Mr. Abbott bought what we now call Abbott's Mill in 1919 when he was only 24 years old and operated it by himself for over 40 years.
Broadkill Banjos Festival. Five Country/Blue Grass Groups featuring Ty Sherwood performing during the Festival from 11 a.m to 4 p.m. Please bring lawn chairs and no smoking is allowed in Milton Memorial Park.
Join our historic interpreters for an insightful analysis of some of Howard Schroeder's popular wartime artwork. Schroeder captured many sights and scenes of military life at Fort MIles in WWII including scenes of his own duties as a Coast Artillery Mine planter.
Camping at the Indian River Inlet has been a popular family tradition for many years, even before the land became a state park.
In 1943, WWII was in full swing but it was much different than anticipated. Tour Battery 519 by lantern light and learn about U-boats on the prowl, sailors in distress and what World War II turned out to be for the soldiers stationed at Fort Miles. For ages 10 and older with a paying adult.
Join Peabody graduates Maria Scott, piano, and Rebecca Fanning, soprano, for a free program featuring spirituals as well as songs by Debussy and Richard Strauss. Ms. Scott also will perform Chopin's Fantaisie in f minor, Op, 49, and Excursions, by Samuel Barber.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a 1975 musical comedy horror film directed by Jim Sharman. The screenplay was written by Sharman and Richard O'Brien based on the 1973 musical stage production The Rocky Horror Show, music, book, and lyrics by O'Brien.