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Delaware Beaches Weekly Calendar of Events
September 25 - October 1
Be Safe and Enjoy Your Weekend!

Friday • September 25

September 25 | All Day • VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Beebe Healthcare Free Flu Vaccination Clinics, various dates, times & locations. Go to BEEBE HEALTHCARE for more information.

September 25 | All Day • BISHOPVILLE Vol. Fire Dept. Ladies Aux. Carryout  Chicken & Dumpling Dinner, orders must be submitted by Oct. 8 and picked up on Oct. 10 from 5 to 7 p.m., 10709 Bishopville Rd., Bishopville, Md. Cost is $12, includes sweet potatoes, green beans and roll, additional pints of dumplings is $5. Contact 619-922-9950 to place order.

September 25 | All Day • VIRTUAL, Sussex County’s Multiple Sclerosis Shore Group Virtual Walk, anytime, via Zoom. Contact Jamie at 684-4513 or [email protected] for more information.

September 25 | All Day • VIRTUAL Storytime, via YouTube. Hear stories by Miss Sarah. Go to REHOBOTH LIBRARY or call 227-8044, Ext. 109 for more information. 

September 25 | All Day • VIRTUAL, Rylie’s Dog Days of Summer Virtual 5K, anytime, online. Benefits Rylie’s Smile Foundation. Go to REGISTRATION  or to DONATE

September 25 | 8 am to 2 pm • REHOBOTH, Cape Henlopen Senior Center open, 11 Christian St., Rehoboth. Social distancing & masks required. Contact 227-2055 for more information.  

September 25 | 9 am to 1 pm • DAGSBORO, Delaware Botanic Gardens open, 30220 Piney Neck Rd., Dagsboro. Face masks, social distancing and reservations required, cost is $12 for nonmembers, ages 16 & under are free. To register go to TICKETS or to become a member.

September 25 | 10 am to 12 pm • VIRTUAL, Milton Arts Guild Virtual Open Studio, via Zoom.  MORE INFORMATION.

September 25 | 10 am • FELTON, September Private Hayrides at Killens Pond State Park, Book your own private wagon ride! Groups limited to household members only. Booking required by 4 p.m. the day before. Availability dependent on staff schedule. Call (302) 284-4299 for more information. $25 minimum or $5/person (children under 2 are free).

September 25 | 10 am to 4 pm • LEWES Historical Society 1813 Bombardment of Lewes exhibition, Cannonball House, 118 Front St., Lewes. Breaking Britannia’s Grasp: Lewes, the Royal Navy and the Legacy of 1812. Cost is $5 per person, free for ages 12 & up. Go to HISTORIC LEWES or call 645-7670 for more information. 

September 25 | 10 am to 12 pm • VIRTUAL, Milton Arts Guild Virtual Open Studio, via Zoom. Go to MILTON ARTS GUILD for more information.

September 25 | 11 am • VIRTUAL, Medicare Options in Retirement, via Zoom. Free, registration required. Go to REHOBOTH LIBRARY or call 227-8044, Ext. 109.

September 25 | 11 am • GEORGETOWN, Food Bank of Delaware Drive-Thru Mobile Pantry, Crossroad Community Church, 20684 State Forest Rd., Georgetown. Must provide Delaware ID, volunteers needed. FOR INFORMATION.

September 25 | 12 pm to 1 pm • VIRTUAL, Sussex County Health Coalition Lunch & Learn, via Zoom. First State Farm to My Plate, registration required. Go to udel.edu/academics/colleges/canr/cooperative-extension/online-courses/ to register

September 25 | 12 pm to 6 pm • OCEAN CITY, Treasures of the Earth Gem, Mineral & Jewelry Show, Ocean City Convention Center, 4001 Coastal Hwy., Md. Cost is $6 for adults, free for ages 16 & under when accompanied by an adult. Go to TREASURES OF THE EARTH

September 25  | 4 pm to 8 pm • LEWES, GET DOWN in Town in Lewes! Locals supporting locals. Shop downtown Lewes Fridays in September and support our local businesses. Shop more for more chances to WIN PRIZES! Third prize $500, Second prize $1000. Grand Prize $2000 – each prize level is worth local gift cards. Stop by Schell Brothers tent to show us your receipts after you shop or dine and we will give you one raffle ticket for every $20 you spend around town! Schell Brothers will hold a raffle drawing vie Facebook Live the following Monday at noon. Winners will be notified.

September 25 | 4 pm • LEWES Historical Society Lewes Ashore & Afloat Extended Maritime Tour, begins at Ryves Holt House, 218 Second St., Lewes. Cost is $20 per person, for ages 21 & older, 20% off for LHS members. Go to HISTORIC LEWES  or contact 645-7670 for more information.

September 25 | 5 pm to 8 pm • DAGSBORO, Delaware Botanic Gardens Virtual Dinner Party, pick up dinner from 5 to 5:30 pm at Catch 54, Fenwick, Northeast Seafood Kitchen, Ocean View or Bluecoast, Rehoboth; program begins at 6, via GoToMeeting. 5-course Tuscan meal, piano & vocals by Vincent Varrassi. Reservations & sponsorship available at DELAWARE BOTANIC GARDENS 

September 25 | Gates 6:30 pm/Show 8:10 pm • LEWES, TwisterCertificate entitles bearer to admission to Lefty's Drive In on September 12.  Gates open at 6:30 pm. Showtime is approximately 8:10 pm, depending on sunset. We are open rain or stars. However, if weather prevents us from continuing to show the movie, we will be happy to issue you a rain check or refund. Sorry, no outside food and drinks allowed. Please come prior to the show and enjoy dinner in our restaurant. We are also happy to offer food and drinks (including adult beverages) window side delivered by our servers on wheels! Sound is received via FM frequency on your car radio. If you would like to sit outside your car, we highly recommend a portable FM Radio. Lefty’s Alley & Eats, 36450 Plaza Road, Lewes, 302.278.4467, TICKETS 

September 25 | 7 pm • REHOBOTH, A Streetcar Named Desire, Clear Space Theatre Company, A Streetcar Names Desire by Tennessee Williams the play reveals to the very depths the character of Blanche DuBois. She is a woman whose life has been undermined by her romantic illusions which lead her to reject the realities of life with which she is faced and consistently ignores. The pressure brought to bear upon her by her sister Stella with whom she goes to live in New Orleans intensified by the earthy and extremely “normal” young husband Stanley. This leads to a revelation of her tragic self-delusion and in the end to her descent into madness. 20 Baltimore Ave. BUY TICKETS 

September 25 | 8 pm • MILTON, Philly Cheesesteak: Best of Philly Stand-Up Comedy Show, The Milton Theatre, 110 Union Street, 302.684.3038, TICKETS 

September 25 | 7:30 pm • VIRTUAL, Sunsets Live Music Series, via Facebook. Notes on the Beach to perform. Go to REHOBOTH LIBRARY or call 227-8044, Ext. 109 for more information.


September 25 | 9 pm • LEWES, Lefty’s is holding a night of laughs at Lefty's featuring Rickey Garner Jr. The  evening starts off with 30 minutes of open mic so if you ever wanted an audience, here's your chance. The next 90 minutes will feature seasoned stand up entertainers like Ryan Grimes, Addison Pittman, Macy Morris, and Joe Cauley. We will finish the evening with our headliner Rickey Garner Jr. This evening will be hosted by our own in-house server/comic Ike Velez. This is a FREE non-ticketed event! Lefty's Alley & Eats, 302.864.6000, [email protected] 

September 25 | • LEWES, Listing of Films & Streaming at the CAT - Cinema Art Theatre, 17701 Dartmouth Drive. View Calendar & Purchase Tickets: CLICK HERE
September 25 |3 PM • Film at CAT - Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles
September 25 |4 PM • Film at CAT - Blackbird
September 25 |6 PM • Film at CAT - Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles
September 25 |7 PM • Film at CAT - The Nest
September 25 | Streaming Film - Alone
September 25 | Streaming Film - Saul & Ruby's Holocaust Survivor Band
September 25 | Streaming Film - Buoyancy
September 25 | Streaming Film - The August Virgin
September 25 | Streaming Film - Made in Bangladesh
September 25 | Streaming Film - African Violet

Saturday • September 26

September 26 | All Day • VIRTUAL, Sussex County’s Multiple Sclerosis Shore Group, Virtual Walk, anytime, via Zoom. Contact Jamie at 684-4513 or [email protected] for more information.

September 26 | All Day • VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Beebe Healthcare Free Flu Vaccination Clinics, various dates, times & locations. Go to BEEBE HEALTHCARE for more information.

September 26 | All Day • BISHOPVILLE,  MD, Vol. Fire Dept. Ladies Aux. Carryout Chicken & Dumpling Dinner, orders must be submitted by Oct. 8 and picked up on Oct. 10 from 5 to 7 p.m., 10709 Bishopville Rd., Bishopville, Md. Cost is $12, includes sweet potatoes, green beans and roll, additional pints of dumplings is $5. Contact 619-922-9950 to place order.

September 26 | All Day • VIRTUAL, Rylie’s Dog Days of Summer Virtual 5K, anytime, online. Benefits Rylie’s Smile Foundation. Go to REGISTRATION  or to DONATE

September 26 | 8 am to 1 pm • DAGSBORO Train-Load Yard Sale, Delaware Seaside Railroad Club, 32442 Royal Blvd. Rain date Oct. 3. Contact 302-48-5654 for more information.

September 26 | 9 am to 4 pm • LEWES, Mid-Atlantic Sea Glass & Coastal Arts Festival, LHS, 110 Shipcarpenter St., Lewes. Cost for admission is $5, children under 12 are free. Go to historiclewes.org/ for more information or call 645-7670.

September 26 | 9 am to 1 pm • DAGSBORO, Delaware Botanic Gardens open, 30220 Piney Neck Rd., Dagsboro. Face masks, social distancing and reservations required, cost is $12 for nonmembers, ages 16 & under are free. To register go to TICKETS or to become a member.

September 26 | 9 am • LEWES, Wild Eats! Fall Edition at Cape Henlopen State Park, Explore the park for fall wild edibles and discover how you can eat and use some of the same plants as our local wildlife. For ages 10 and up with a paying adult. Limit 10. Pre-registration and payment required by calling (302) 645-6852. $2 per person.

September 26 | 10 am to 4 pm • LEWES Historical Society, 1813 Bombardment of Lewes exhibition, begins at Ryves Holt House, 218 Second St., Lewes. Cost is $10 per person, $5 for students & children under 12, 20% off for LHS members. Go to historiclewes.org or contact 645-7670 for more information.

September 26 | 10 am to 5 pm • OCEAN CITY Treasures of the Earth Gem, Mineral & Jewelry Show, Ocean City Convention Center, 4001 Coastal Hwy., Md. Cost is $6 for adults, free for ages 16 & under when accompanied by an adult. Go to treasuresoftheearth.com.  

September 26 | 10 am to 11 am • LEWES Historical Society, Intro to Lewes: A Maritime Destination Tour, begins at Ryves Holt House, 218 Second St., Lewes. Cost is $10 per person, $5 for students & children under 12, 20% off for LHS members. Go to historiclewes.org or contact 645-7670 for more information.  

September 26 | 10 am • IR INLET, Pet Walks: Indian River Inlet Bridge at Delaware Seashore State Park, While pets are welcomed on most of our guided hikes, these hikes are geared specifically for pet owners. Allow your furry friends to socialize while you get out and enjoy the salty winter air at the beach. Pre-registration required. $4 per person Call (302)-227-6991 for more details

September 26 | 2 pm • FELTON, Animal Anatomy: Real-life Superheroes! (Campground) at Killens Pond State Park, Have you ever wished that superpowers were real? What if I told you they are?! Come check out some cool animals with outstanding abilities! Meet at the campground amphitheater. Free with camping stay or paid park entry. Pre-registration strongly encouraged. Call 302-284-4299 to register.

September 26 | Gates 6:30 pm/Show 8:10 pm • LEWES, ET - The Extra Terrestrial, Certificate entitles bearer to admission to Lefty's Drive In on September 12.  Gates open at 6:30 pm. Showtime is approximately 8:10 pm, depending on sunset. We are open rain or stars. However, if weather prevents us from continuing to show the movie, we will be happy to issue you a rain check or refund. Sorry, no outside food and drinks allowed. Please come prior to the show and enjoy dinner in our restaurant. We are also happy to offer food and drinks (including adult beverages) window side delivered by our servers on wheels! Sound is received via FM frequency on your car radio. If you would like to sit outside your car, we highly recommend a portable FM Radio. Lefty’s Alley & Eats, 36450 Plaza Road, Lewes, 302.278.4467, TICKETS 

September 26 | 7 PM • REHBOTH, A Streetcar Named Desire, Clear Space Theatre Company, A Streetcar Names Desire by Tennessee Williams the play reveals to the very depths the character of Blanche DuBois. She is a woman whose life has been undermined by her romantic illusions which lead her to reject the realities of life with which she is faced and consistently ignores. The pressure brought to bear upon her by her sister Stella with whom she goes to live in New Orleans intensified by the earthy and extremely “normal” young husband Stanley. This leads to a revelation of her tragic self-delusion and in the end to her descent into madness. 20 Baltimore Ave. BUY TICKETS 

September 26 |8 pm • MILTON, Homeschool with Magnolia Applebottom, The Milton Theatre, 110 Union Street, 302.684.3038, LOW TICKET ALERT!  

September 26 |  LEWES, Listing of Films & Streaming at the CAT - Cinema Art Theatre, 17701 Dartmouth Drive. View Calendar & Purchase Tickets: CLICK HERE
September 26 | 3 PM • Film at CAT - Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles
September 26 | 4 PM • Film at CAT - The Nest
September 26 | 6 PM • Film at CAT - Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles
September 26 | 7 PM • Film at CAT - Blackbird
September 26 | Streaming Film - Alone
September 26 | Streaming Film - Buoyancy
September 26 | Streaming Film - The August Virgin
September 26 | Streaming Film - Made in Bangladesh
September 26 | Streaming Film - African Violet
September 26 | Streaming Film - Saul & Ruby's Holocaust Survivor Band

Sunday • September 27

September 27 | All Day • VIRTUAL, Sussex County’s Multiple Sclerosis Shore Group, Virtual Walk, anytime, via Zoom. Contact Jamie at 684-4513 or [email protected] for more information.

September 27 | All Day • VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Beebe Healthcare Free Flu Vaccination Clinics, various dates, times & locations. Go to BEEBE HEALTHCARE for more information.

September 27 | All Day • BISHOPVILLE Vol. Fire Dept. Ladies Aux. Carryout Chicken & Dumpling Dinner, orders must be submitted by Oct. 8 and picked up on Oct. 10 from 5 to 7 p.m., 10709 Bishopville Rd., Bishopville, Md. Cost is $12, includes sweet potatoes, green beans and roll, additional pints of dumplings is $5. Contact 619-922-9950 to place order.

September 27 | All Day • VIRTUAL, Rylie’s Dog Days of Summer Virtual 5K, anytime, online. Benefits Rylie’s Smile Foundation. Go to REGISTRATION  or to DONATE

September 27 | 9 am to 1 pm • DAGSBORO, Delaware Botanic Gardens open, 30220 Piney Neck Rd., Dagsboro. Face masks, social distancing and reservations required, cost is $12 for nonmembers, ages 16 & under are free. To register go to TICKETS or to become a member.

September 27 | 9 am to 4 pm • LEWES, Mid-Atlantic Sea Glass & Coastal Arts Festival, LHS, 110 Shipcarpenter St., Lewes. Cost for admission is $5, children under 12 are free.  FOR INFORMATION or call 645-7670.

September 27 | 10 am to 4 pm • OCEAN CITY, Treasures of the Earth Gem, Mineral & Jewelry Show, Ocean City Convention Center, 4001 Coastal Hwy., Md. Cost is $6 for adults, free for ages 16 & under when accompanied by an adult.  FOR INFORMATION.

September 27 | 11 am to 2 pm • LEWES, Paul’s Sunday Market, Paul’s Kitchen & Cullen-ary Company, 32882 Cedar Grove Rd., Lewes. Go to PAUL'S KITCHEN ROCKS or call 228-9775 for details.

September 27 | 12:30 pm • VIRTUAL, Lunchtime Story Readings for Adults by Suzanne Savoy, via Zoom. REGISTER HERE on Virtual Programs for Adults page. Instructions emailed to participants following registration.  

September 27 | 2 pm • LEWES, Grain on the Rocks/Rocking the Docks. Music by Jocelyn and Chris Arndt will perform; siblings, their vocals compare to Janis Joplin and Grace Slick, and guitar work likened to Jimi Hendrix and David Gilmour. Grain on the Rocks will hold Rocking the Docks concerts continue this fall at Lewes ferry. Guests can purchase 12-by-12-foot squares for $40. Each square can seat up to eight family members and is safely separated from others. All spaces have great views of the stage and the beautiful Delaware Bay. Food and drink can be ordered online by phone and brought out to guests during the show. Fewer than 60 squares will be sold for each show. For more information or to purchase tickets, go to ROCKING THE DOCKS

September 27 | 3 PM • REHOBOTH, A Streetcar Named Desire,  Clear Space Theatre Company, A Streetcar Names Desire by Tennessee Williams The play reveals to the very depths the character of Blanche DuBois. She is a woman whose life has been undermined by her romantic illusions which lead her to reject the realities of life with which she is faced and consistently ignores. The pressure brought to bear upon her by her sister Stella with whom she goes to live in New Orleans intensified by the earthy and extremely “normal” young husband Stanley. This leads to a revelation of her tragic self-delusion and in the end to her descent into madness. 20 Baltimore Ave. BUY TICKETS 

September 27 | 7 pm • MILTON, Sweet Seasons: The Music of Carole King with Michelle Foster, The Milton Theatre, 110 Union Street, 302.684.3038, TICKETS https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sweet-seasons-the-music-of-carole-king-with-michelle-foster-tickets-117718704815 

September 27 |  LEWES, Listing of Films & Streaming at the CAT - Cinema Art Theatre, 17701 Dartmouth Drive. View Calendar & Purchase Tickets: CLICK HERE
September 27 | 2 PM • Film at CAT - Blackbird
September 27 | 3 PM • Film at CAT - Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles
September 27 | 4:15 PM • Film at CAT - The Nest
September 27 | Streaming Film - Alone
September 27 | Streaming Film - Buoyancy
September 27 | Streaming Film - The August Virgin
September 27 | Streaming Film - Made in Bangladesh
September 27 | Streaming Film - African Violet
September 27 | Streaming Film - Saul & Ruby's Holocaust Survivor Band

Monday  • September 28

September 28 | All Day • VIRTUAL, Sussex County’s Multiple Sclerosis Shore Group anytime, via Zoom. Contact Jamie at 684-4513 or [email protected] for more information

September 28 | All Day • VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Beebe Healthcare Free Flu Vaccination Clinics, various dates, times & locations. Go to BEEBE HEALTHCARE for more information.

September 28 | All Day • BISHOPVILLE Vol. Fire Dept. Ladies Aux. Carryout Chicken & Dumpling Dinner, orders must be submitted by Oct. 8 and picked up on Oct. 10 from 5 to 7 p.m., 10709 Bishopville Rd., Bishopville, Md. Cost is $12, includes sweet potatoes, green beans and roll, additional pints of dumplings is $5. Contact 619-922-9950 to place order.

September 28 | All Day • VIRTUAL Storytime, via YouTube. Hear stories by Miss Sarah.  call 227-8044, Ext. 109 for more information.

September 28 | 8 am to 2 pm • VIRTUAL, Line Dancing, via Zoom. Instructor is Marian Fetherolf, check-in 10 minutes prior to start time. For more information on how to register contact Cape Henlopen Senior Center at 227-2055.

September 28 | 11 am to 4 pm • REHOBOTH, Jean and Joan Golf Tournament, Join us for the 21st Annual Jean & Joan Golf Tournament to benefit Beebe's Tunnell Cancer Center. The tournament will be held at Kings Creek Country Club. REGISTER ONLINE

September 28 | 12 pm to 1 pm • VIRTUAL, Sussex County Health Coalition Lunch & Learn, via Zoom. Get Your Snack on Track, REGISTER HERE

September 28 | 1:30 pm • VIRTUAL, Food for Thought, via Zoom. REGISTER HERE Virtual Programs for Adults page. Instructions emailed to participants following registration.   

September 28 | All Day • VIRTUAL, Rylie’s Dog Days of Summer Virtual 5K, anytime, online. Benefits Rylie’s Smile Foundation. Go to REGISTRATION  or to DONATE

September 28 | 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm • MILFORD, 2020 Delaware Multi-Employer Outdoor Job Fair, Riverwalk Farmers Market location, S. Walnut St. & Mispillion Riverwalk, Milford. 13 local employers pay up to $30/hour, rain date Oct. 5., free, registration not required. Contact 422-3344 or [email protected]  

September 28 | 7 pm • LEWES, Rehoboth in Bloom Fundraiser, Lefty’s Alley & Eats: 36450 Plaza Dr., Lewes. “Field of Dreams” film screening, cost is $60 per pod, seats 6 people, bring portable radio or tune car radio to 107.5, free popcorn and soda. Go to TICKETS for more information.

September 28 thru October 4 | VIRTUAL, Art from the Heart, Paws for People virtual art auction, More than 50 pieces have been donated by 30 local artists. In addition, the public is invited to view and bid on the artwork live by appointment Friday and Saturday, Oct. 3 and 4, at the Paws for People office, 703 Dawson Drive, Newark. Artwork can be previewed online Sept. 24-27. Online bidding will begin at 8 a.m., Sept. 28 at pawsforpeople.org/art. Online bidding will be put on hold during the live showings and will be open again from 3 to 11:59 p.m., Oct. 4. Art from the Heart is sponsored by Jerry’s Artarama. All proceeds will benefit Paws for People programs and services. For more information and to reserve an in-person viewing time, contact Debbie Christian at [email protected] or 302-351-5622. 

September 28 | LEWES, Listing of Films & Streaming at the CAT - Cinema Art Theatre, 17701 Dartmouth Drive. View Calendar & Purchase Tickets: CLICK HERE
September 28 | Streaming Film - Alone
September 28 | Streaming Film - Buoyancy
September 28 | Streaming Film - The August Virgin
September 28 | Streaming Film - Made in Bangladesh
September 28 | Streaming Film - African Violet
September 28 | Streaming Film - Saul & Ruby's Holocaust Survivor Band

Tuesday • September 29

September 29 | 8 am • LEWES, Fall Bird Walks at Cape Henlopen State Park, Explore Cape Henlopen's birding hot spots during fall migration. Bring your own binoculars or borrow a pair of ours. For ages 10 and up with an adult. Limit 10. Pre-registration required by calling (302) 645-6852. FREE

September 29 | All Day • VIRTUAL Storytime, via YouTube. Hear stories by Miss Sarah. Go to rehoboth.lib.de.us or call 227-8044, Ext. 109 for more information.

September 29 | All Day • VIRTUAL, Sussex County’s Multiple Sclerosis Shore Group Virtual Walk, anytime, via Zoom. Contact Jamie at 684-4513 or [email protected] for more information.

September 29 | All Day • VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Beebe Healthcare Free Flu Vaccination Clinics, various dates, times & locations. Go to VACCINATE for more information.

September 29 | All Day • BISHOPVILLE Vol. Fire Dept. Ladies Aux. Carryout Chicken & Dumpling Dinner, orders must be submitted by Oct. 8 and picked up on Oct. 10 from 5 to 7 p.m., 10709 Bishopville Rd., Bishopville, Md. Cost is $12, includes sweet potatoes, green beans and roll, additional pints of dumplings is $5. Contact 619-922-9950 to place order.

September 29 | All Day • VIRTUAL, Rylie’s Dog Days of Summer Virtual 5K, anytime, online. Benefits Rylie’s Smile Foundation. Go to REGISTRATION  or to DONATE

September 29 | 10 am to 4 pm • LEWES Historical Society, 1813 Bombardment of Lewes exhibition, Cannonball House, 118 Front St., Lewes. Breaking Britannia’s Grasp: Lewes, the Royal Navy and the Legacy of 1812. Cost is $5 per person, free for ages 12 & up. call 645-7670 for more information.   

September 29 | 12 pm • VIRTUAL, Lunchtime Chat, online. Join librarians for discussions on book & movie recommendations, library news and resources.  call 227-8044, Ext. 109 for more information.  

September 29 | 12 pm to 1 pm • VIRTUAL, Sussex County Health Coalition Lunch & Learn, via Zoom. Tips & Strategies for Saving on a Tight Budget, registration required. REGISTER HERE

September 29 | 5:30 pm to 7 pm • VIRTUAL, Delaware Climate Action Plan Workshop, via Zoom. Maximizing Resilience to Increased Temperatures. REGISTER HERE.

September 29 | 6 pm to 7 pm • VIRTUAL, Winterthur Museum Lecture Series, online. Resurrecting Eve: Shaker Women Over Two Centuries. Cost is $10 for members, $15 for nonmembers, 15% off if purchasing 4 or more lectures. REGISTER HERE or call 800-448-3883.

September 29 | LEWES, Listing of Films & Streaming at the CAT - Cinema Art Theatre, 17701 Dartmouth Drive. View Calendar & Purchase Tickets: CLICK HERE
September 29 | Streaming Film - Alone
September 29 | Streaming Film - Buoyancy
September 29 | Streaming Film - The August Virgin
September 29 | Streaming Film - Made in Bangladesh
September 29 | Streaming Film - African Violet
September 29 | 12 AM • Streaming Film - Saul & Ruby's Holocaust Survivor Band

Wednesday • September 30

September 30 | All Day • VIRTUAL, Rylie’s Dog Days of Summer Virtual 5K, anytime, online. Benefits Rylie’s Smile Foundation. Go to REGISTRATION  or to DONATE

September 30 | All Day • VIRTUAL Storytime, via YouTube. Hear stories by Miss Sarah. call 227-8044, Ext. 109 for more information.  

September 30 | All Day • VIRTUAL, Sussex County’s Multiple Sclerosis Shore Group Virtual Walk, anytime, via Zoom. Contact Jamie at 684-4513 or [email protected] for more information.

September 30 | All Day • VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Beebe Healthcare Free Flu Vaccination Clinics, various dates, times & locations. Go to BEEBE HEALTHCARE for more information.

September 30 | All Day • BISHOPVILLE Vol. Fire Dept. Ladies Aux Carryout Chicken & Dumpling Dinner, orders must be submitted by Oct. 8 and picked up on Oct. 10 from 5 to 7 p.m., 10709 Bishopville Rd., Bishopville, Md. Cost is $12, includes sweet potatoes, green beans and roll, additional pints of dumplings is $5. Contact 619-922-9950 to place order.

September 30 | 8 am to 2 pm • REHOBOTH, Cape Henlopen Senior Center open, 11 Christian St., Rehoboth. Social distancing & masks required. Contact 227-2055 for more information.

September 30 | 9 am to 10 am • VIRTUAL, Arthritis Exercise Class, via Zoom. Instructor is Ellen Coven, check-in 10 minutes prior to start time. For more information on how to register contact Cape Henlopen Senior Center at 227-2055.

September 30 | 10 am to 4 pm • LEWES Historical Society,  1813 Bombardment of Lewes exhibition, Cannonball House, 118 Front St., Lewes. Breaking Britannia’s Grasp: Lewes, the Royal Navy and the Legacy of 1812. Cost is $5 per person, free for ages 12 & up. call 645-7670 for more information.   

September 30 | 12:30 pm • VIRTUAL, Lunchtime Story Readings for Adults by Suzanne Savoy, via Zoom. REGISTER HERE on Virtual Programs for Adults page. Instructions emailed to participants following registration.

September 30 | 1 pm • REHOBOTH, Firing the Lyle Gun: A Life-Saving Cannon at Indian River Life-Saving Station, Take a self-guided tour through the historic Indian River Life-Saving Station Museum and watch park staff fire the Lyle gun, a life-saving cannon used to assist in rescuing shipwreck victims over 100 years ago. Plan your tour to be before one of the two firing times. Free with paid museum admission. Pre-registration required, call (302)-227-6991 for more details.

September 30 | 2 pm • REHOBOTH, Firing of the Lyle Gun: A Life-Saving Cannon at Delaware Seashore State Park, Talk a self-guided tour through the historic Indian River Life-Saving Station Museum and watch park staff fire the Lyle gun, a life-saving cannon used to assist in rescuing shipwreck victims over 100 years ago. Plan your tour to be before or after the 2 p.m. firing time. Pre-registration required. Free with paid museum admission. Pre-registration required, call (302)-227-6991 for more details

September 30 | 4 pm • REHOBOTH, Wednesday Afternoon Hike Series: Fresh Pond Tract at Delaware Seashore State Park, Get out of the house mid-week and enjoy a guided hike with a park interpreter. Pre-registration required. All hikes are at 4 p.m. and are $5 per person. Call (302)-227-6991 for more details

September 30 | 6 pm • LEWES Historical Society, Lewes Legends Tour begins at Ryves Holt House, 218 Second St., Lewes. Hear legends & tall tales since Lewes’ founding in 1631, bring flashlights, not recommended for children under 8. Cost is $15 per person, $5 for students & children under 12, 20% off for LHS members.  contact 645-7670 for more information.

September 30 | LEWES, Listing of Films & Streaming at the CAT - Cinema Art Theatre, 17701 Dartmouth Drive. View Calendar & Purchase Tickets: CLICK HERE
September 30 | 2 PM • Film at CAT - Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles
September 30 | 3 PM • Film at CAT - Blackbird
September 30 | 5 PM • Film at CAT - Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles
September 30 | 6 PM • Film at CAT - The Nest
September 30 | Film at CAT - 2020 Sundance Film Festival Shorts Tour
September 30 | Streaming Film - Alone
September 30 | Streaming Film - Buoyancy
September 30 | Streaming Film - The August Virgin
September 30 | Streaming Film - Made in Bangladesh
September 30 | Streaming Film - African Violet
September 30 | Streaming Film - Saul & Ruby's Holocaust Survivor Band


Thursday • October 1 • Hello October!

October 1 | 8 am • Family Pontoon Boat Tours at Trap Pond State Park, These 45-minute boat tours will take you through the northernmost Baldcypress swamp in the United States. Tours are for members of the same household/family only. Reservations can be made by stopping in or calling the nature center at 302-875-5163. Please register at least a day in advance Cost is $20 per tour for up to 8 family members.

October 1 | All Day • VIRTUAL Storytime, all day, via YouTube. Hear stories by Miss Sarah. Go to rehoboth.lib.de.us or call 227-8044, Ext. 109 for more information.

October 1 | All Day • VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Beebe Healthcare Free Flu Vaccination Clinics, Flu Vaccination Clinics, various dates, times & locations. Go to BEEBE HEALTHCARE for more information.

October 1 | All Day • BISHOPVILLE Vol. Fire Dept. Ladies Aux. Carryout Chicken & Dumpling Dinner, orders must be submitted by Oct. 8 and picked up on Oct. 10 from 5 to 7 p.m., 10709 Bishopville Rd., Bishopville, Md. Cost is $12, includes sweet potatoes, green beans and roll, additional pints of dumplings is $5. Contact 619-922-9950 to place order.

October 1 | 10 am to 4 pm • LEWES Historical Society, 1813 Bombardment of Lewes exhibition, Cannonball House, 118 Front St., Lewes. Breaking Britannia’s Grasp: Lewes, the Royal Navy and the Legacy of 1812. Cost is $5 per person, free for ages 12 & up. call 645-7670 for more information.   

October 1 | 10 am to October 3 | 4:30 pm • LEWES, "A Sailor's Life for Me" @ Zwaanendael Museum, 9th Annual Maritime Celebration including commemoration of the HMS DeBraak and maritime-themed activities for the whole family. Zwaanendael Museum, 102 Kings Highway, 645-1148, FOR INFORMATION

October 1 | 11 AM • Discover Battery 519 at Fort Miles, Construction on Battery 519 began in 1941 under the threat of war. Tour the battery to discover 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 15. Pre-registration is required by calling 302-644-5007. $5 per person

October 1 | 1:30 pm • VIRTUAL, Socrates Café, via Zoom. Group discussion of philosophical questions, registration required.  call 227-8044, Ext. 109.

October 1 | 2 PM • LEWES, Discover Battery 519 at Fort Miles, Construction on Battery 519 began in 1941 under the threat of war. Tour the battery to discover 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 15. Pre-registration is required by calling 302-644-5007. $5 per person

October 1 | 4 pm • LEWES Historical Society, Historic Architecture Tour, begins at Ryves Holt House, 218 Second St., Lewes. Explores historic district with emphasis on Victorian era and notable Lewes family homes. Cost is $10 per person, $5 for students & children under 12, 20% off for LHS members. contact 645-7670 for more information.

October 1 | 4:30 PM • LEWES, Nature Jogging at Cape Henlopen State Park, Get some fresh air, exercise, and a new perspective on nature. Join a park interpreter as we take a 1.5 mile jog, followed by a 1.5 mile guided cool down walk back exploring nature. For ages 10 and up with an adult. Limit 10. Pre-registration required by calling 302-645-6852. Free

October 1 | 5 pm • VIRTUAL, History Book Festival Author presentation, via Zoom. Eleanor Herman to discuss "Sex with Presidents." REGISTER HERE on Virtual Programs for Adults page. Instructions emailed to participants following registration.

October 1 | 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm • VIRTUAL, Conversations with Women Making A Difference, online. Panel moderated by Carol Arnott-Robbins, cost is $25, students save $5 with discount code Student2020. To register go to REGISTER HERE.

October 1 | 5:30 pm to 7 pm • VIRTUAL, Delaware Climate Action Plan Workshop, via Zoom. Maximizing Resilience to Heavy Precipitation & Flooding. REGISTER HERE.

October 1 | 6 pm • LEWES Historical Society, Lewes Legends Tour, begins at Ryves Holt House, 218 Second St., Lewes. Hear legends & tall tales since Lewes’ founding in 1631, bring flashlights, not recommended for children under 8. Cost is $15 per person, $5 for students & children under 12, 20% off for LHS members. contact 645-7670 for more information.

October 1 | 7 pm • MILTON, Quayside @ Nite with Al Frantic Band, The Milton Theatre, 110 Union Street, 302.684.3038, TICKETS

October 1 | LEWES, Listing of Films & Streaming at the CAT - Cinema Art Theatre, 17701 Dartmouth Drive. View Calendar & Purchase Tickets: CLICK HERE
October 1 | 02 PM • Film at CAT - Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles
October 1 | 03 PM • Film at CAT - The Nest
October 1 | 05 PM • Film at CAT - Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles
October 1 | 06 PM • Film at CAT - Blackbird
October 1 | Streaming Film - Alone
October 1 | Streaming Film - Buoyancy
October 1 | Streaming Film - The August Virgin
October 1 | Streaming Film - Made in Bangladesh
October 1 | Streaming Film - African Violet
October 1 | Streaming Film - Saul & Ruby's Holocaust Survivor Band

Love Taking Photos? Community Photography Showcase. Photographers should submit work to [email protected] for consideration in the Community Photography Showcase. Please include your name, phone number and where the photo was made. Photos published in our midweek print edition will also be posted to Community Photography Showcase

COMING UP!!!

BREAKING NEWS: Rehoboth Beach to remove barriers beginning Nov. 2,  need dwindling as weather changes

October 2 | All Day • BISHOPVILLE Vol. Fire Dept. Ladies Aux. Carryout Chicken & Dumpling Dinner, orders must be submitted by Oct. 8 and picked up on Oct. 10 from 5 to 7 p.m., 10709 Bishopville Rd., Bishopville, Md. Cost is $12, includes sweet potatoes, green beans and roll, additional pints of dumplings is $5. Contact 619-922-9950 to place order.

October 2 | All Day • VIRTUAL Storytime, all day, via YouTube. Hear stories by Miss Sarah.  call 227-8044, Ext. 109 for more information.

October 2 | All Day • VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Beebe Healthcare Free Flu Vaccination Clinics, various dates, times & locations. Go to BEEBE HEALTHCARE for more information.

October 2 | 8 am to 2 pm • REHOBOTH, Cape Henlopen Senior Center open, 11 Christian St., Rehoboth. Social distancing & masks required. Contact 227-2055 for more information.

October 2 | 10 am to 5 pm • LEWES Merchants’ Sidewalk Sale, Lewes. FOR MORE INFORMATION .

October 2 | 10 am to 12 pm • VIRTUAL, Milton Arts Guild Virtual Open Studio, via Zoom. FOR MORE INFORMATION.

October 2 | 10 am to 4 pm • LEWES Historical Society, 1813 Bombardment of Lewes exhibition, Cannonball House, 118 Front St., Lewes. Breaking Britannia’s Grasp: Lewes, the Royal Navy and the Legacy of 1812. Cost is $5 per person, free for ages 12 & up. call 645-7670 for more information. 

October 2 | 12 pm to 1 pm • VIRTUAL, Financial Wellness Workshop, online. Tips & Strategies for Saving on A Tight Budget. To register go to pcsreg.com/fall-financial-wellness-series.

October 2 | 4 pm • LEWES Historical Society, Lewes Ashore & Afloat Extended Maritime Tour, begins at Ryves Holt House, 218 Second St., Lewes. Cost is $20 per person, for ages 21 & older, 20% off for LHS members. Go to historiclewes.org or contact 645-7670 for more information.

October 2 | 7 PM • A Streetcar Named Desire, Clear Space Theatre Company, A Streetcar Names Desire by Tennessee Williams the play reveals to the very depths the character of Blanche DuBois. She is a woman whose life has been undermined by her romantic illusions which lead her to reject the realities of life with which she is faced and consistently ignores. The pressure brought to bear upon her by her sister Stella with whom she goes to live in New Orleans intensified by the earthy and extremely “normal” young husband Stanley. This leads to a revelation of her tragic self-delusion and in the end to her descent into madness. 20 Baltimore Ave. BUY TICKETS 

October 2 |  8pm • MILTON, Comedian Earl David Reed, The Milton Theatre, 110 Union Street, 302.684.3038, TICKETS 

October 2 | LEWES, Listing of Films & Streaming at the CAT - Cinema Art Theatre, 17701 Dartmouth Drive. View Calendar & Purchase Tickets: CLICK HERE
October 2 | Streaming Film - Buoyancy
October 2 | Streaming Film - The August Virgin
October 2 | Streaming Film - Made in Bangladesh
October 2 | Streaming Film - African Violet
October 2 | Streaming Film - Saul & Ruby's Holocaust Survivor Band

October 3 |7 PM • A Streetcar Named Desire, Clear Space Theatre Company, A Streetcar Names Desire by Tennessee Williams the play reveals to the very depths the character of Blanche DuBois. She is a woman whose life has been undermined by her romantic illusions which lead her to reject the realities of life with which she is faced and consistently ignores. The pressure brought to bear upon her by her sister Stella with whom she goes to live in New Orleans intensified by the earthy and extremely “normal” young husband Stanley. This leads to a revelation of her tragic self-delusion and in the end to her descent into madness. 20 Baltimore Ave.  BUY TICKETS  

October 3 | LEWES, Listing of Films & Streaming at the CAT Cinema Art Theatre, 17701 Dartmouth Drive. View Calendar & Purchase Tickets: CLICK HERE
October 3 | Peace Week Delaware Event - John Lewis: Good Trouble (Virtual Theatre)

October 4 | 8 am • Seashore Half Marathon to go live. The Seashore Half Marathon will be moved to Cape Henlopen State Park this year. Due to COVID-19, it will not be hosted at Irish Eyes or run through the City of Lewes. The complete race will be held Sunday, Oct. 4, from the parking lot at the bathhouse beginning at 8 a.m. The race will head toward Fort Miles, then go in both directions – Herring Point to Gordons Pond going south and toward Lewes heading north. REGISTER HERE There will also be a virtual option, a 5K and a relay. The race will be capped at 200 participants. There will not be a post-race celebration due to COVID-19, and race information will be emailed to participants during race week.

Oct. 4 | 2 pm • LEWES, Grain on the Rocks/Rocking the Docks.  Music by Wylder, indie-folk quartet from the heart of Virginia. Grain on the Rocks will hold Rocking the Docks concerts continue this fall at Lewes ferry. Guests can purchase 12-by-12-foot squares for $40. Each square can seat up to eight family members and is safely separated from others. All spaces have great views of the stage and the beautiful Delaware Bay. Food and drink can be ordered online by phone and brought out to guests during the show. Fewer than 60 squares will be sold for each show. For more information or to purchase tickets, go to ROCKING THE DOCKS

October 4 | 3 PM • A Streetcar Named Desire, Clear Space Theatre Company, A Streetcar Names Desire by Tennessee Williams the play reveals to the very depths the character of Blanche DuBois. She is a woman whose life has been undermined by her romantic illusions which lead her to reject the realities of life with which she is faced and consistently ignores. The pressure brought to bear upon her by her sister Stella with whom she goes to live in New Orleans intensified by the earthy and extremely “normal” young husband Stanley. This leads to a revelation of her tragic self-delusion and in the end to her descent into madness. 20 Baltimore Ave.  BUY TICKETS 

NOW ENROLLING! October 4 | Coast Day to be virtual in 2020. University of Delaware’s Coast Day for 2020, slated for Sunday, Oct. 4, will be a virtual event. Organizers announced the move on the event’s WEBSITE, saying, “To share the latest coastal science while protecting our community during the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be hosting Coast Day 2020 as a virtual event.” While many of the events will transition easily online, such as lectures, events such as seafood cooking demonstrations will be transitioned into prerecorded videos demonstrating a recipe followed by question-and-answer session on Coast Day.  Go to MORE DETAILS  

NOW ENROLLING! October 6 | 1 – 6 -pm for 6 weeks • Lefty's Personal Growth Activities - Young Master Chefs Tuesday Class. Middle school students will be chefs in training learning the Basics of Gourmet Cooking. The 6-week series of classes consists of lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on-classes exploring a wide variety of culinary concepts. We touch on geography and history as we explore International cuisines and generational recipes. Local sourcing procurement, and sustainability will also be topics of discussion. There will be a focus on art and creativity when young chefs learn that we eat with our eyes learning presentation and use of colors can make a dish taste even better. This course will be taught by various members of our kitchen team under the direction of our executive Chef Paige Van Den Burg. This class will culminate a group collaboration exercise to create an appetizer that will be featured on our upcoming winter menu! Each daily course will include 2 hours of instruction and 2 hours of supervised activity including bowling and game play. A socially distanced study hall will also be available in lieu of group activity. Total time will be 5 hours. Dinner and snacks will be provided. Each class will be offered in pods of 10 students. Participants must wear masks and must pass a daily temperature check to be admitted. These courses are for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students only. OFFER EXPIRES ON 10/05/202 For more detail, please call 302-415-3713. Cost = $350.

NOW ENROLLING! October 7 | 1 – 6 pm • Lefty's Personal Growth Activity Series: Playing with Possibility and Potential. Have you ever been told that “anything is possible”? More importantly, do you believe it? Through understanding of the nature of realty and how circumstances in your life unfold, you can start to control outcomes in your life. There is a role you play that determines yr happiness, success, triumphs and challenges, by understanding that role you can shift experiences into ones that empower you. Join us as we explore and experience science in an entirely new way, through quantum physics, meditation and mindfulness and learn how to tap into the potential you possess. It is time to start creating the life you want and deserve. Taught by Dr. Krista Griffin, Each daily course will include 2 hours of instruction and 2 hours of supervised activity including bowling and game play. A socially distanced study hall will also be available in lieu of group activity. Total time will be 5 hours. Dinner and snacks will be provided. Each class will be offered in pods of 10 students. Participants must wear masks and must pass a daily temperature check to be admitted. These courses are for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students only. OFFER EXPIRES ON 10/06/2020. For more detail, please call 302-415-3713, Cost = $250.

October 9 | 1 – 6 -pm for 6 weeks • Lefty's Personal Growth Activities - Young Master Chefs Friday Class. Middle school students will be chefs in training learning the Basics of Gourmet Cooking. The 6-week series of classes consists of lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on-classes exploring a wide variety of culinary concepts. We touch on geography and history as we explore International cuisines and generational recipes. Local sourcing procurement, and sustainability will also be topics of discussion. There will be a focus on art and creativity when young chefs learn that we eat with our eyes learning presentation and use of colors can make a dish taste even better. This course will be taught by various members of our kitchen team under the direction of our executive Chef Paige Van Den Burg. This class will culminate a group collaboration exercise to create an appetizer that will be featured on our upcoming winter menu! Each daily course will include 2 hours of instruction and 2 hours of supervised activity including bowling and game play. A socially distanced study hall will also be available in lieu of group activity. Total time will be 5 hours. Dinner and snacks will be provided. Each class will be offered in pods of 10 students. Participants must wear masks and must pass a daily temperature check to be admitted. These courses are for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students only. OFFER EXPIRES ON 10/05/2020.  For more detail, please call 302-415-3713. Cost = $350.

October 9 – 12 | VIRTUAL, Delaware Nature Society’s fall Native Plant Sale, online shopping will be Friday-Monday, Quantities will be limited, so be sure to shop early. Delaware Nature Society’s first fall Native Plant Sale will be held online Oct. 9-12. Plants will be available for pickup at both Ashland Nature Center in Hockessin and Abbott’s Mill in Milford. The theme is Keystone Native Species. These all-important native trees and shrubs support local birds, bees, and wildlife. Plants will be available for pickup Saturday, Oct. 24, at Ashland Nature Center in Hockessin and Abbott’s Mill in Milford. See more info in the article CAPE GAZETTE 

October 10-11 | Fall Home Expo to return to Hudson Fields. The Delaware Resorts Fall Home Expo will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 10, and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 12, at Hudson Fields on Route 1 just north of Lewes. A wide array of exhibitors will present their home-related products and services over the two days. Admission and parking are free. For more information, contact Kathy Benson at [email protected] or 302-236-0857.

True Blue Jazz Virtual & Live Festival • Check out the Video Preview • Save the Dates! October 15-18. True Blue Jazz goes both Live and Virtual for 2020! Join us in a handful of Covid Compliant Venues for Live Jazz in Downtown Rehoboth. Shop, Dine and Stay and enjoy great Jazz. Friday and Saturday we offer two nights of Streaming Jazz with the best in Regional, National and International Artists. Enjoy the streaming from your home, hotel or join the watch party at The Boardwalk Plaza Hotel. Visit TRUE BLUE JAZZ  for info, schedule and FREE access link.

October 16 – 18 |DEWEY • Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festivalwe want to vaccinate your soul of the Covid virus! Come and help us celebrate performances. Seating is limited for your safety and will comply with Covid social distancing guild lines. All shows to be held at the Rusty Rudder • 113 Dickinson St, Dewey Beach, DE 19971 See SCHEDULE/TICKETS  

November 1 | 11 am • LEWES, 6th Stop, Drop & Run 5K, starting and finishing at Lewes Fire Station 1, 347 Savannah Road.  The fundraising goal is to purchase two thermal imaging cameras. By equipping Lewes Fire Department with these devices, firefighters can potentially save more lives and protect property by increasing two vital parts of an emergency call: speed and safety. To register, click here. For more information, email [email protected] or call Pat Jones at 302-249-9433. To sponsor, mail a check to Lewes Fire Department Auxiliary, Attn: Secretary Stephanie Talino, P.O Box 225 Lewes, DE 19958.November 27 – 30 | Starting Midnight • Brandywine Counseling will be hosting a virtual silent auction Starting at midnight (12:00 a.m.) on Black Friday (November 27th) through midnight on Cyber Monday (November 30th). We hope to have a minimum of 100 items on which to bid. Items already include ORIGINAL ART, salon services, a golf outing, a get-away weekend, restaurant gift cards, cultural experiences, and more. BRANDYWINE COUNSELING

Live Entertainment Listings: Dewey Beach, Lewes, Millsboro, Milton, Rehoboth Beach go to this LINK!  Please check for cancelations!

  • Canceled:
  • Annual I.P.A. or I Pedal A lot bike ride
  • Cannonball 5k Run
  • Dewey Beach Triathlon 
  • Return Day - Georgetown
  • Georgetown Christmas Parade
  • Boast the Coast 
  • Georgetown Breast Cancer Awareness vehicle show canceled
  • Doodle in Dewey
  • Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival
  • Dogfish Dash
  • Lewes Labor Day Fireworks
  • Wings & Wheels
  • Nanticoke Powwow
  • Seawitch Festival
  • Greyhounds Reach the Beach

LIBRARIES:
LIBRARY NEWS:
 Beginning Monday, Sept. 28, the three county-owned libraries – Greenwood, Milton and South Coastal – will allow the public to use computers and access other digital offerings by appointment only and limited to one hour, with stations socially spaced and cleaned after each use. Guests must call ahead to reserve an appointment and will be subject to wellness screenings and temperature checks upon arrival. Masks will be required. Libraries throughout the county have offered free wireless broadband internet service outside their facilities for the public to use. Those services remain in effect. For updates, or for contact information, 
SUSSEX LIBRARIES  Online resources are available for the public’s use at any time at Delaware Libraries  

All Delaware Libraries Closed • Virtual Access Only:
Delaware Libraries 
Lewes Library 
Rehoboth Library 
Bethany’s South Coast Library 

Registration is opened for Osher lifelong learning online classesFun, online learning for ages 50 and above online classes start September 8. UD’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes – affectionately nicknamed “OLLI” – are volunteer-based learning cooperatives for adults to take and teach classes together with no grades, exams or educational prerequisites. Classes and activities for adults age 50-plus will be offered online, with course topics ranging from iPhone photography to salsa dancing to genealogy. Classes will begin Tuesday, Sept. 8 and Tuesday, Oct. 20.  Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. To register or for more details, go to OLLI To read the entire article go to: CAPE GAZETTE

FARMER'S MARKETS ARE OPEN!  
Saturdays • LEWES 8 am - 12 pm George H.P. Smith Park, Johnson & Dupont Aves. **FINAL Lewes Location DATE 9/26**  
Saturdays • LEWES, Fall Market at Richard A. Shields Elementary School Parking Lot • November 21 • 9 am – 12 pm
Saturdays • MILFORD 9 am - 1 pm, 5 S Walnut St. Mispillion River Walk **through October**
Sundays - NASSAU VALLEY 12 pm - 3 pm **through mid-October**
Sundays - BETHANY BEACH, corner of Garfield Parkway and Pennsylvania Ave. **FINAL DATE 9/6**
Tuesdays - REHOBOTH BEACH 10 am - 2 pm, Grove Park, across from the circle **through October**
Wednesday - LEWES @ CROOKED HAMMOCK 8 am -11 am **FINAL DATE 9/30**

#LiveLifeHappy

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