Lewes History Museum, 1-4 pm Benefits Lewes History Museum. TellerWines.com for tickets.Tickets are $75 and go on sale Monday, December 4 at tellerwines.com, at the shop, and at the Lewes Historical Society Museum Store! The event will feature up to 100 fine wines to taste and gourmet tapas provided by premiere area restaurants. There will also be a silent and live auction with all proceeds going to benefit the Lewes History Museum.
Foot Light Productions Murder Mystery Dinner Show at the Lewes Diner located at 1201 Savannah Road, Lewes, DE 19958. 302-200-9191 Norma Despot, Former Movie Star Queen of the Silent Screen has decided to make a return to the Silver Screen. Norma has enlisted the help of a new, young, handsome upcoming/out-of-work play write Joe, her loyal butler/ex-husband/ex-director Max, a dear friend gossip columnist Hedda Hopper, a new director Norman, and his secretary Betty to assist her in this monstrous endeavor.
Cape Henlopen State Park Registration begins at 10 am, Egg Hunt at 11 am and competition begins at 11:30 am. 645-8073 LewesChamber.com
This show coincides with the Tulip Celebration in Lewes and also acknowledges Arbor Day in Delaware. A portion of the gallery proceeds will go to Art in Bloom, helping to put public art in public parks in Lewes. Join the artists for refreshments at the opening reception on Saturday March, 31. Venue: Peninsula Gallery.
10 am–noon (hunt begins at 11 am) 645-2795 LewesCanalfrontPark.org
Celebrating our Dutch Heritage Various sites throughout Lewes 645-8073 or LewesChamber.com
The Lewes Historical Society seeks to honor those who have played roles in restoring and preserving Lewes’ historic character and fabric with their Preservation Awards. Those who have acted as stewards of properties in town, those who have written down or preserved its memory or those who have contributed significantly to the preservation movement in town are eligible to be nominated.
Presented by the Lewes Historical Society HistoricLewes.org.
Hailed by The New Yorker for its “exhilarating blend of precision and anarchy, rigor and bedlam,” Sō Percussion performs original works as well as “classics” of the 20th Century by John Cage and Steve Reich. The ensemble has performed at Carnegie Hall and its recordings have hit the Billboard charts. Sō Percussion is the Edward T. Cone Ensemble-in-Residence at Princeton University, and its members are co-directors of the percussion department at the Bard College-Conservatory of Music. The Sō Percussion musicians will host a pre-concert discussion with audience members beginning at 6:30 pm.
A concert of influential psalm settings spanning centuries of diverse choral music traditions. Venue: St. Peter's Episcopal Church. Presenter: Kent Chamber Choir.