Make plans now to be at Cupola Park on July 1, 2017 starting at 6pm for a community celebration of this great Country's Freedom.
Greater Millsboro Art League will again be hosting our annual holiday exhibition and sale. Members will be showing and selling a wide array of quality and affordable artwork from watercolors and photography to acrylics to jewelry and other media. The opening reception will be on Nov. 10 from 7 to 9 p.m. Light refreshments will be served at the reception. For those not able to attend the reception can view... and buy... art on Fridays and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 2 p.m. through Jan. 8.
SoDel Fest is a celebration of wine, food, and music will take place on Saturday, October 8, 2016 from 12:00PM to 4:00PM (EDT) at Independence Hall & Grounds, 23767 Samuel Adams Circle, in Millsboro, Delaware. This exciting event primarily benefits Food Bank of Delaware and Children & Families First, with a secondary beneficiary: Rotary International’s Global Polio Eradication Initiative. For information and tickets, click here.
Times are placeholders. Call for schedule. Paradise Marina and Short’s Marine have combined efforts to create the largest flounder fishing tournament this summer on Delmarva. “The Ultimate Flounder Pounder Open” will take place in Long Neck August 19th through 21st with over $100,000 in prizes available for catching the biggest flounders.
Brews, BBQ, & Bushes will be held on Friday August 5th from 5-7pm at East Coast Garden Center. The event will consist of local breweries (3rd Wave, Dogfish Head, Big Oyster Brewery) as well as a winery (Sposato Winery) Selling tastings/glasses of their beverages as well as local BBQ for sale from Bethany Blues. There will also be classes from the Bushes experts here at East Coast Garden Center on: How to trim bushes, How to plant bushes and Bushes for bees and butterflies.
Thank you and have a great day.
The noun Powwow, from the Narragansett Eastern Algonquian language is defined as any gathering of Native people. However, in Indian Country, we define it as a cultural event that features group singing and dancing by men, women and children. Through these gathering, cultural traditions are passed from generation to generation. Skilled Native American artisans travel across the country to attend various Powwows to display and sell their hand made goods.