May 4th, 2016
Here we are. We are fairly new to Selbyville. We are Alpacas. Along with LLamas we are family members of the camels but we do not have that hump. We are natives to America and we are known as animals of the new world. Get it? Nuevo Mundo.
I arrived at Jose Palma and Elizabeth Ferguson with my friend, Jody. She has known Liz for some time. Jose and Liz moved to Selbyville from Kentucky. When asking them if it was because of low property taxes, they said no. It was just a random choice after looking at several properties. Both are extremely friendly and generous with their time. This is a new business for them but they are thoroughly enjoying this new journey.
You can check Nuevo Mundo Alpaca on Facebook. The website is http://www.nuevomundoalpaca.com.
On the website Liz is going to be introducing their Alpacas. The first one being introduced is Tempest. She is a 5 year old female. On the photos that I took I am not sure which one she was but on the following photo it might be the one on the right. The brown cria was a doll.
Alpacas and Llamas are natives to the Andes. The Llama is the bigger one. The Alpaca is smaller and compact. Here is Liz feeding them. They are friendly but cautious. And like I told my friend Jody….they do spit.
Jose and Liz are introducing their Alpacas to shows and competitions. Something completely new to them. On the farm their rescued Great Pyrenees keep watch over the Alpcas.
During beautiful weather the Alpacas enjoy the gorgeousl Southern Delaware sunshine. But during inclement weather they have their barn for much needed shelter.
There is more to Nuevo Mundo Alpaca…..chickens!! Their chicken coop is precious. And Jose and Liz’s pooch thinks he owns them.
Liz and Jose are learning everything Alpaca. The fleece is the natural fiber harvested from an alpaca. It is soft, durable and luxurious; a silky natural fiber.
If you have any questions please email Jose@nuevomundoalpaca.com, 502-767-9543, or Elizabeth@nuevomundoalpaca.com, 502-235-4543.
In the area there are now about 3 alpaca farms. Lewes/Rehoboth, Berlin, and now Selbyville.
Jose: Fue un placer conocerte. Espero cuando venga tu Mama pueda saborear algo de su cocina. Gracias a ti y a Liz por habernos recibido tan amablemente.
April 27th, 2016
“Most heirlooms have been saved and selected because they have the best flavor and production in home and small market gardens. We get the benefit of this long development cycle, as only the best producing, most flavorful, most memorable and most dependable varieties have made the selection through the years. Delicate, weak or fickle varieties are no longer with us.”
Hello to Heirloon, located at 212 Savannah Rd. in Historic Lewes, Delaware. Tel. 302-313-4065. You may also find Heirloom on Facebook. Website? http://www.heirloomdelaware.com
At this time of the year I am trying to visit some of the new and already seasoned restaurants in our area. Pretty soon it will be a little difficult to park, get reservations….Yes, Summer 2016 is almost here. Meters will be going up, you know what I mean.
My friend Cathy from Bethany Beach, and I, decided on Heirloom on a quiet week day a couple of weeks ago. Have heard all good reviews but I like to see for myself. Not all of us have the same discriminate palate.
I felt like I was home. The restaurant is charming. It exudes warmth.
A small gathering at the bar.
Our table was in a cozy corner….drinks and bread were served.
Our room was quiet and our service was unobtrusive. Our server was attentive but she sensed we wanted to catch up, so she let us have our time.
We decided on a few appetizers. I had heard that they had sweetbreads. I ordered the Veal Sweetbreads in honor of my late husband, who totally loved them. John ordered them every time he saw them offered at a restaurant.
These Crispy Veal Sweetbreds had a chili glaze, served with charred broccoli, egg yolk puree, and sesame seeds. They were so flavorful, tender and delicious.
Cathy ordered the Beets in a Garden, served roasted, pickled, raw, dehydrated, and puree, house whipped ricotta, brown butter crunch, and hazelnut “dirt”. Beautiful presentation and tasty beets.
Our choices for entrees were just perfect.
Cathy chose the Pan Seared New Jersey Scallops. They have had scallops on the menu before, but these were new. Fiddlehead ferns, asparagus, charred rhubard compote, and ramp pistou. Ramp pistou is Provence’s much loved answer to pesto. The French Pistou is made with soft herbs, oil and toasted nuts or seeds of some kind.
Best Pork Chop at the Beach!! This Double Cut Berkshire Pork Chop was huge and so tender and juicy. Granny Smith apple puree, crispy brussels, fingerling potatoes, and shaved horseradish. What a dish!!
For dessert, we shared a sampler of ice cream and sorbet. Refreshing and the perfect ending to such a nice meal.
Megan Lee is the owner of Heirloom and was so gracious to show us around. She has put so much work into this restaurant and it shows. I wish her the best!!
Rose Dinner in conjunction with Southern Wine Spirits will take place on Tuesday, May 3rd. It is a 5 course dinner paired perfectly with the proper wine for each tasting. You may call 302-313-4065 to make a reservation or visit the Facebook Page.
Heirloom: We will be back!!
April 26th, 2016
The Delaware State Fair is a 10-day event that takes place at the end of July. This year’s event will begin on July 20th until July 30th. It is located at 18500 S. DuPont Highway, Harrington, DE 19952. Tel. 302-298-3269. Please visit http://www.delawarestatefair.com.
The fairgrounds include racetracks, agricultural exhibits, and stage where entertainment takes place. People think that nothing else happens at the fairgrounds besides the State Fair, but check the website above mentioned to see what is going on. Save the date for May 21st for the “In the Come Together Day Dog Show” hosted by the East Coast Bully League.
So you wonder, what my friend Susan Dimondi and I were doing there. She does have a connection to the Fairgrounds. Delaware is so small. No one ever comes here, right? I am not sure if other candidates have visited Delaware in the past year, but Donald came to see if he could snatch those 3 delegates we have to offer.
When we arrived, the arena already had about 3,500 supporters. It is a huge place.
Outside security was tight Plenty of food trucks. No alcohol. No protesters.
Hillary’s Tail of Lies….this guy was a hit on the arena. His shirt on big letters “”At this point What Difference does it Make”. No, I don’t think he likes Hillary at all. Check his website http://www.justaskamerica.com
The media was ready. Donald made his usual comments about the media….the Worst!!
Before Donald arrived, a prayer for all, the Pledge of Allegiance, The National Anthem. The crowds were so well behaved.
Donald was about to land in his helicopter.
And then the crowds went crazy. There were over 10,000 people there. Someone said to me that the whole state was there. LOL
His speeches are the same. The crowds react the same. People are definitely angry. There were people there that had just been to Berlin, Maryland, when he visited on the same week. This crowd was very patriotic and anything he said along those lines was cheered.
I was surprised to see how slender he looked in person. Even if you were not a Trump follower, you would have gotten right into it. You could not help to follow the crowd’s chantings.
So The Donald came and went. Please get out and VOTE!!
April 16th, 2016
Temperatures are cool but definitely it feels like spring is in the air. The evenings are perfect to enjoy a Moqueca. Say what? Okay, look at the entree….it is served at Lula Brazil located at 234 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Tel. 302-212-2755.
The Moqueca is a seafood stew. It is made with a fragrant broth of coconut milk, dende oil, which is Palm Oil, mixed peppers and onions served with rice. My table enjoyed it with mixed seafood; fish, shrimp, mussels, clams and calamari. If you like soups and stews, this one is a winner.
Meg Hudson is the owner of Lula Brazil, which is going into its second year. The restaurant has been received well by locals and visitors. I was talking to Meg and she said that she had arrived at Fortaleza many years ago and fell in love with this beautiful area, which is one of Brazil’s largest cities. Fortaleza attracts tourists from other parts of Brazil and also from overseas. The reason is its beaches and the party atmosphere. It has rolling dunes and quaint fishing villages, as well. She never forgot it. Life continued and almost two years ago, she opened Lula Brazil, decorated with the bright colors of Brazil.
Lula Brazil is bigger than you think. It has a large bar area in the back and also it has outdoor dining, as well. At night dancing put on your dancing shoes because this place gets hot hot. Summer 2016 promises to be a very good year for Lula Brazil. At the present time they are open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, from 5 p.m. until 1 a.m. Friday, from 4 p.m. until 1 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 2 p.m. until 1 a.m. Reservations are accepted, but you may also walk in.
The night I visited Lula Brazil, Carlos was in the kitchen and Jack was our server. A few drinks to start and for me a Shrimp Ceviche. I love when you can taste the lime in the ceviche.
Fried Yucca with grilled sausage. The vinaigrette veggies gave a kick to the sausage and yucca. The farofa or yucca flour is used as a condiment. This one served was perfectly cooked and not greasy at all.
The Moquequinho de Caranguejo or Crab Soup had a different twist to the more traditional crab soup. It had coconut milk.
Grilled Fish with Black Beans & Rice, farofa (yucca flour) for condiment, as well and grilled veggies.
A Mixed Grill with Picanha, Sausage and Shrimp. Picanha is a cut of beef popular in Brazail. In the U.S. you can find it as top sirloin cap.
For dessert a custard is a favorite of mine. It was velvety smooth and the surprise of coconut inside.
There are events already in the calendar at Lula Brazil. You can check what’s going on by visiting the Facebook Page or http://www.lulabrazil.com.
And remember that Lula Brazil has plenty of space to hold parties. Just give them a call.
April 3rd, 2016
Movies offer us a ticket into another world. You can cry, scream, cheer, or maybe all of it at once. It is cheap therapy for a couple of hours. Better than sitting home watching the political circus 24/7.
The Rehoboth Beach Film Society is located in beautiful Rehoboth Beach, Delaware at 107 Truitt Avenue. Tel. 302-645-9095. Its mission is to promote cinematic arts and provide education and cultural enrichment. It is very active and throughout the year it offers residents that ticket to another world mentioned above. For more information, trailers, etc. etc. please visit http://www.rehobothfilm.com.
So, What’s Going On?
Thursday, April 7th – Film Programs/Cinema & The Arts…This film series brings art and artists to the big screen. Typically, there is a guest speaker who will introduce the film and also lead a post screening discussion. So, on Thrusday, 4/7, the featured film will be THE WINDING STREAM. This looks like an interesting film, more so if you like the Carter and Cash families. It tells the story of the Carter and Cash family dynasty seated at the heart of country music. Starting with the original Carters, the film traces the transformation of their musical act into the Carter Sisters. The marriage of Johnny Cash and June Carter. This is shot in HD. The Winding Stream features original Carter Family recordings but also showcases interpretrations of their songs as performed by such legends as John Prine, George Jones, Kris Kristofferson, and Sheryl Crow. It is told through interviews with family and friends who knew them best. This film has won numerous awards. It will run 90 minutes. A post film discussion will be led by George Spicer, who currently serves as secretary of the Eastern Shore Bluegrass Association. The Eastern Shore Bluegrass Association hosts concerts the second Sunday of each month in Marydel, Delaware. This film will take place at Cinema Art Theater, 17701 Dartmouth Drive, #2, Dartmouth Plaza, Lewes. This location is behind Wawa in Lewes. Admission is $8 for members and $10 for non-members. You can visit the above mentioned website and purchase tickets online, or by calling 302-645-9095 ext. 1. Online reservations will close on Thursday, the 7th at Noon. Please note that reservations made are non-refundable.
Friday, April 8th, Saturday, April 9th, Sunday, April 10th – What Makes Us Tick? This analytical series will be for the whole week-end. It explores the theme of Secrets and Lies through films and post-screening discussions. All screenings will be held at the Cinema Art Theater located at 17701 Dartmouth Drive, #2, Dartmouth Plaza, Lewes (behind Wawa). These 3 films will reveal the devastating effect that keeping secrets and telling lies has on individuals, families and communities. Issues such as redemption, forgiveness, and hope will be discussed. Each film will feature an introduction by licensed family therapist Joan Procaccio, and a post screening discussion facilitated by a mental health or educactional professional.
Admission prices for members are $15 per screening or $41 for the 3-film package. For the general public the admission will be $17 per screening and $47 for the 3-film package. Ticket prices include pre-screening refreshments. Wine will be available for purchase at selected screenings. Doors open 30 minutes prior to the start of the film The tickets can be obtained by visiting the website above mentioned, or by calling 302-645-9095, ext. 1, or by visiting the RBFS office Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tickets are non-refundable. Please also note that to receive the membership discounted admission, proof of current membership must be presented at the time of purchase, or in the case of online or tel. reservations, at admission to the event.
ORANGES AND SUNSHINE – Friday, 4/8 at 7 p.m. – This is a British film and it is a heart-wrenching fact-base drama, when social worker Margaret Humphreys (Emily Watson) uncovers the horrific scandal of forced child migration from the UK. Between the 1940’s and ’50s, and as recently as 1967, nearly 130,000 British children, some orphaned and some forcibly removed from their homes, were packed into ships and sent to Australia. They were told their parents were dead and instead of oranges and sunshine, a paradise offered to them, they were forced into hard labor and sometimes abuse….It runs 105 minutes and it is Rated R. A post film discussion will be led by Perrin Smith. He is a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in working with children and their families.
DEAR FRANKIE - Saturday, 4/9 at 3 p.m. – This is a Scottish drama, with many awards won including a 15 minute standing ovation when it was screened at the Cannes Film Festival. Dear Frankie is a working class fairy tale and it is the story of 9 year old Frankie and his mother Lizzie. He remembers nothing of the abuse he suffered as a child and his mother is determined to keep it that way. Through a Glasgow post office box he maintains a regular correspondence with someone he believes is his father. The letters, secretely authored by Lizzie, detail seafaring adventures from around the globe. But she cannot maintain this charade forever and torn between telling the truth and protecting her son, Lizzie gets more than she bargained for when she hires a handsome stranger to play the role of a lifetime. This simple story is rich with precise observation and it tugs at the heartstrings withouth being maudlin or manipulative….It runs for 105 minutes and is Rated PG 13. The post film discussion will be led by Suzanne Murphy, Suzanne Thurman, and Joe-Anne Corwin. Suzanne Murphy is a licensed clinical social worker who has a PHD in social welfare. Suzanne Thurman is the director of the MERR Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to the rescue efforts of stranded marine life. Joe-Anne Corwin was a professor of psychology at the Marine Maritime Acade in Castine, Main.
STORIES WE TELL – Sunday, 4/10 at 1:30 p.m. This is a Canadian documentary. Oscar nominated writer/director Sarah Polley is both filmmaker and detective as she investigates the secrets kept by a family of storytellers. This documentary explores the elusive nature of truth and memory, and how our narratives shape and define us. This documentary is Rated PG 13. A post film discussion will be led by Carolyn Walter and Suzanne Thurman. Carolyn Walter is a PHD, LCSW, Professor Emerita, Center for Social Work Education, Widener University and an Adjunct Professor at Univ. of PA, School of Social Work. Her area of specialty is grief, loss and transformation. Suzanne Thurman is the director of the MERR Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to the rescue efforts of stranded marine life.
Wednesday, April 13th at 4 p.m. – THE SELFISH GIANT, was an official selection of the Cannes Film Festival in 2013. It is a gripping story about 13 year old best friends, Arbor and Swifty. During a forced absence from school, the boys begin working for a dubious scrap dealer selling discarded wire to scrap yards. Their hard works pays off in the beginning but as Arbor becomes increasingly greedy, tensions build leading to a tragic event that transforms them all. This is a British drama set against the backdrop of post industrial northern England.
This screening is part of the monthly “Read a Movie” series in which members read a little-known short story in advance of the screening, then gather to share their thoughts about how well, or not so well the story expanded to the big screen. On the evening of the screening attendees can receive 15% off Dos Locos’ regular priced dinner entrees.
Admission is $3 for members, (current members need to present their membership card). $5 for future members. Location? Cinema Art Theater, 17701 Dartmouth Drive in Dartmouth Plaza, behind the Lewes’ Wawa.
Have a great time!!
April 1st, 2016
Catching up, telling stories, laughing, and sharing a meal. Priceless moments I never forget. That is what happens when my friends and I get together. Three of them coming from Ocean City, Maryland, and myself from Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, the perfect halfway point was Bethany Beach.
It has been some time since I have visited Off The Hook. It is known for its fresh food and their use of local vendors; supporting everything local. It is located at 769 Garfield Parkway, a mile or so west of Downtown Bethany Beach. Tel. 302-829-1424. Website? http://www.offthehookbethany.com.
Every day, except Saturday, there is a Special. The restaurant opens at 11:30 a.m. When visiting the website above mentioned make sure you click on Specials. They have some pretty good ones. And, let me remind you that they do not accept reservations. The restaurant is small but with plenty of tables. I don’t think this time of the year is a problem, but come Summer 2016, that might be another story. Just plan ahead.
On the Board….the Specials of the Day
Our server was attentive and had a sense of humor. Quickly a delicious bread was brought to the table.
I was looking around….Off The Hook was crowded and we were eating early. It was Fish n’ Chips night and 1/2 off pints (bottled). It brought locals and visitors, as well. In the meantime some wine and a Cosmo for the table.
A discussion of what to eat followed. The Charred Broccoli Salad was excellent. Great for sharing. Two salads for the table served 4 people. It had roasted heirloom cherry tomatoes, red onion, bacon, bleu cheese crumbs, and a warm mustard vinaigrette.
Also on the special was the Sheepshead…this is a saltwater fish from the Atlantic that you see more and more on the menus. It is an ugly fish. So 3 out of the 4 of us decided to have it. It was fried, over smokey roasted cauliflower, Pecorino polenta, baby kale, pickled raisins, toasted pine nuts and pancetta vinaigrette. Two of my friends were totally satisfied. The other one said it was good but maybe a little dry.
More wine for the table and an appearance of a beautiful Salted Caramel Martini.
I had decided on the Grilled Salmon…It was over charred broccoli, wild mushrooms, leeks, smoked bacon, broccoli puree, meyer lemon yogurt and pickled mustard seed. Excellent and perfectly cooked. A nice portion, as well.
No dessert was necessary, we were perfectly satisfied plus you know, summer is around the corner.
Have a good one!!
March 31st, 2016
“Through participation led support groups, educational workshops and mind/body classes, people affected by cancer learn vital skills that enable them to regain control, reduce isolation and restore hope regardless of the stage of the disease.” The Cancer Support Community is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that provides suport, education and hope to people with all kinds of cancer and to their loved ones, as well. ALL programs are offered at no cost to cancer patients, survivors, and their family members.
I have plenty of friends with different kinds of cancer. Come to think of it, I don’t think there is anyone that has not been touched by this physically and emotionally devastating disease. Unpredictable to say the least. My friends that have gone through the initial diagnosis, surgeries, treatments and finally remission say that it does change you. After going through something like that you don’t sweat the little trivial things of every day life.
The Cancer Support Community offers so many programs and the participants form friendships and connect with one another. The Cancer Support Community is busy fundraising this year. The following events are coming up and I think it would a great opportunity to participate in some of them. You are new in Southern Delaware? Check What is Going On with this amazing organization and you might make a few new friends.
MONDAY, APRIL 4th – Whoop It Up! For Cancer Support Community Delaware at Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar at 19930 Lighthouse Plaza in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Happy Hour on Opening Day the Phillies vs. Reds. Enjoy great bar food and watch the live opening day broadcasts. Silent Auction, 50/50 and Baseball Trivia Games! Open keg with purchase of $5 Commemorative Glass. The tickets are only $20. To get tickets, please visit http://www.cancersupportdelaware.org.
Or, you may also get tickets by calling 302-645-9150. Please join Cancer Support Community for a night of good friends and good times!!
TUESDAY, APRIL 19th – At Fish On! Restaurant at the Village of Five Points in Lewes, Delaware. A buffet dinner with appetizers and dessert at 6:00 P.M. $30 per person, cash or check only, payable at the door. Checks must be payable to Fish On!. There will be a Cash Bar available, as well. This April Chicks for Charity Dinner will benefit Cancer Support Community Delaware. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. There will be great raffle items and a 50/50 too! They hope to see you there. Check http://www.chicksforcharity.us.
Chicks for Charity started in July of 2010 by Kari Ainsworth and Marcie Urgo. They have helped so many local charitable organizations in the community.
SATURDAY, MAY 7th – Kentucky Derby Party With a Purpose at Northbeach in Dewey Beach, Delaware…fundraising for Cancer Support Community. Opening Party for Northbeach, Summer 2016!! Save the Date and stay tune. Check Northbeach on Facebook, or visit http://www.deweybeachlife.com.
SATURDAY, MAY 14th – Sussex Survive & Thrive Walk 2016. Last year my team participated in this walk. We had a blast. Our team was called 16 Miles or Bust! Yes, the walk was 16 miles. This is a big fundraising event for Cancer Support Community Delaware. There are opportunities for sponsorships..from $300 to $7,500 for this particular walk!! More info? Please Call Linda Bowers at 302-645-9150 or visit the website http://www.cancersupportdelaware.org.
And, Yes that was the team!! It was for such a great cause and some of our team walkers were cancer survivors and others were walking for a loved one that had passed away. We started early in the a.m. and finished at the 16 Mile Brewery in Georgetown.
Now is 2016 and a new walk is almost around the corner. This year the walk is called Sussex Survive & Thrive Walk 2016 and it has been tweaked. Instead of the 16 miles there will be 10 miles. You may also do a 3 1/2 walk and a 1 Mile Survivors Walk. For all information regarding the walk, start a team, etc. etc. please visit http://www.cancersupportdelaware.org.
The walk will begin at Gordon’s Pond in Cape Henlopen State Park in Rehoboth. Check in will be at 7:00 a.m. and the walk will begin at 7:15 a.m. The 3 1/2 Mile Walk will check in at 8:45 a.m. and the walk will start at 9:15 a.m. The 1 Mile Survivors Walk will begin at Norfolk Street & the Rehoboth Boardwalk, with a check-in at 9:45 and the walk will begin at 10:15 a.m.
The Covertte Club will also be available to give rides to walkers that might want to take a break!!
The FINISH LINE will be at the Forgotten Mile Ale House, who is sponsoring the Walk, for an After-Walk Celebration from 10:30 until Noon with food, and drinks and….AWARDS!!
Free Shuttle Transportation will be available back to the Gordon’s Pond Parking Lot beginning at 11 a.m. on a first come, first served basis. Parking Passes for the Walk will be included in your Walk Packet, but please try to car pool if at all possible.
You may pick up Walk Packets at the Cancer Support Community at 18947 John J. Williams Hwy, Suite 312 in Rehoboth Beach. Wednesday and Thursday May 11th and May 12th from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. or on Friday, May 13th from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. Packets will also be available on Saturday, May 14th at walk check-in.
So what are you waiting for?….Should be fun, for a great cause, make new friends or catch up with old friends.
March 23rd, 2016
“Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.” plato
No, Patti Grimes, Executive Director, was not getting her hair done by no other than Drexel Davison, owner of Bad Hair Day in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Actually, Patti was very well coiffed. The Freeman Stage came to have a little wine, beer, hor d’ouvres, and to chat about what is very dear to their hearts….the Arts at The Freeman Stage at Bayside.
I thought that The Freeman Stage needed no introduction. Everyone knows by now that this outdoor entertainment venue has been giving Southern Delaware memorable performances. It is like Patti was saying….the first time you hear opera, the first time you see a ballet, the first time you see a live concert, it transforms you. The legendary Bob Marley so well stated “One Good Thing about Music, when it Hits you, you feel no pain”.
Have you attended any of the peformances at The Freeman Stage? It is located about 4 miles west of Fenwick Island. The actual address is 31556 Winterberry Parkway, Selbyville, DE 19975. Tel. 302-436-3015 Website? http://www.freemanstage.org.
The Big Reveal for what is coming up to The Freeman Stage Summer 2016 will be Thursday, March 24th. Check out the website above mentioned or visit their Facebook Page.
Summer nights at the beach are unforgettable, more so if you attend one of the concerts at The Freeman Stage. The Stage is quiet at times during the day, but at dusk it takes a life of its own. People dance and how could they not?
This summer seeing Melissa Etheridge who is such a Superstar. Blondie, and icon from the 70’s. And, The Wailers, entertaining us with Reggae, the music, which is influenced by mento, which is Jamaican folk music, calypso, and American Jazz.
Summer 2016 promises to be an exceptional year, so please check the website to see who is coming to perform on this amazing stage. You will see the performers up close and personal.
Bad Hair Day is located at 20 Lake Avenue in Downtown Rehoboth Beach. Tel. 302-227-4247. It is a full service salon and barber shop. Website? http://www.badhairday.biz
I want to thank Virgina and Jose Somalo who invited my friend, Jody and I. On the photo you will see Virginia Esteban on the left, Jody, on the center and Jose on the right. Virginia Esteban is the Editor, and Jose is the Publisher of Hoy en Delaware. This is a completely Spanish newspaper, sold throughout the state of Delaware.
Great to have met Leah Reynolds, right, Development Director, and Denise Allen on the left.
It was a very nice time to be able to mingle and meet new faces. Drexel, chatting with his guests.
Debbie Killeen, Leah Reynolds, Virginia Esteban Somalo
Have you been to Bad Hair Day? Let me show you a bit of it while there are no customers. Have in mind that this is an award winning spa. They moved this past year to this new location across the street from the previous one. They are also open 7 days a week….no excuse for not looking your best!!
Drexel's Dad's Bike
It was getting time for a presentation by Patti Grimes. She has a soft voice that commands attention.
The Joshua M. Freeman Foundation, is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. It was established in 2007 to honor Josh Freeman after his passing on 2006. Even though in Southern Delaware there is a lot of entertainment, this company set the tone for what is happening in the area. Last year visitors to The Freeman Stage were in excess of 50,000.
Many sponsorships are available. Please visit http://www.freemanstage.org, and http://www.freemanfoundation.org.
The Freeman Stage is helping the community enjoy national class acts as well as regional and local ones.
In the meantime……