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November 19th, 2009

An Intimate and Historic Boutique Hotel…at the Delaware Beaches…in the heart of Historic Lewes…is Hotel Rodney…


The other day, when I wrote a post on Beseme, the restaurant in Lewes, I knew I would be writing about Hotel Rodney.  The reason?  Well, Beseme is in the same historic building, so when my friends and I finished lunch, we asked if we could see the rooms.

Hotel Rodney, went through a complete renovation and this boutique hotel really has character, and appeal.000_0001

Its location is 142 Second Street, Lewes, DE 19958.  The telephone is 302-645-6466 and the website is

It is the perfect boutique hotel; individual, stylish, smart, intimate, and you won’t find any other hotel like it.000_0005

It has 24 rooms: Executive, Twin, Deluxe, Corner Deluxe and Suites.  Prices vary from summer, Fall, Winter, Spring and Early Summer, so please contact them at the above telephone number or just visit their website.

The rooms were very nicely decorated with antiques but also with all the amenities of modern accommodations.  The bathrooms were so pretty; marble and tile.  We saw a Deluxe Room and a Suite.  Very comfortable and good size rooms.  I loved the polished hardwood floors; they give so much warmth.

Other amenities in the rooms are the availability of computer-work stations; printer and free WiFi in the lobby.  There is a fitness center in the hotel and bicycle rental.  Hotel Rodney is family and pet friendly.

There is catering available as well as a conference room with seating space for up to 50, with powerpoint capability.  But, again, for more information, please call the hotel.

I want to let you know that I have not stayed at Hotel Rodney or in any of the hotels in the area.  I just don’t have to because I live here.  I like to visit them and at least I can tell you a little bit about them.  I have had friends that have been guests at this hotel and really enjoyed it.  But, how could you not?  It is in the heart of Lewes, walking distance to an abundance of restaurants, shops, and museums.

You can stroll or power walk all over town and it is so scenic; you will find that every corner is a Kodak moment.



Please take notice that if you are planning to visit Lewes this week-end I would like to let you know that The Marine Education, Research & Rehabilitation Institute, Inc. “MERR” will be having their annual event called Make-A-Splash – Annual Fin-Raiser.  It will be on Saturday, November 22nd at the Lewes Yacht Club from 6 p.m. until 9:30 p.m.

Tickets are $30 per person and you can get them by calling 302-228-5029.

There will be Live and Silent Auctions, Live Music, and Food and Drinks.

MERR is a non-profit organization devoted to our acquatic neighbors; local sea mammals, sea turtles, and their habitat.  This is the organization that is first called when marine mammals are stranded or have washed on our beaches.

The Executive Director is Suzanne Thurman and you can either reach her by calling the above tel. number or e-mail her at   They do have a website but it is under construction at the moment and will be up very soon.

They need all the support you can give.


See you soon….

November 17th, 2009

At the Delaware Beaches…in Historic Lewes…you will find P.U.P.S…a Must Stop Shop for Dogs…and Cats too…


The sign says “Pawsitively” Unique Pet Shop and you are going to be so impressed because it is so cute.000_0002

I had been to this shop before I rescued Addy, my dog.  Now, I have more reasons to visit, not only to put a post on my blog but to get her a few treats.

I took so many pictures because I really wanted you to get a feel for the shop.  I smiled when I came in.  Amidst all the colors, leashes, treats, dog beds and cat nip, I relaxed.  Just like when you pet your dog or cat or any pet you may have.  It feels so good.000_0004

The pet shop is called P.U.P.S. and it has been in Lewes for about 4 1/2 years.  The address is 123 Second Street, Lewes, DE 19958.  This is the main street and where you will find most of the restaurants and shops.  The telephone is 302-645-9010, and the website is  The e-mail address is  Leslie Bowers is the owner and is an AKC Evaluator.  She also belongs to the A.P.D.T. which is the Association of Pet Dog Trainers.

Leslie was not there today, but Diane Miller was and she graciously showed me everything.  I will mention a few things but their website is so good that if you are a pet owner, you really should check it out.  You will find photos, information and upcoming events, its history and philosophy.

P.U.P.S. accepts major credit cards and orders may be placed on the website.

It is important to note that every single treat in the store is natural and made in the U.S.A.  One example of that is a company in Long Neck, near Lewes, called Tailbangers.  Their pastries looked amazing with beautiful shapes and icings.  They have become so popular that, I believe, they are sold nationwide.

The special signs are made by Driftwood Desigs, which is a local company, as well.  You can see one in the picture.000_0006

Another popular company that specializes in leashes and harnesses is Up Country Collars and Leashes.  They are from Rhode Island.000_0007

Soft harnesses are a big seller and Puppia is one of the main companies that make them.  They are good for small dogs.000_0005

Earth Dog collars is another brand carried by P.U.P.S.  There are so many choices that I am sure you will find the perfect one at this pet shop.

Travel supplies, training information, spa products, safety items; so many products and a lifetime to try them all.000_0008

I am not leaving the cats behind.  For them, the pet shop has collars, toys, treats, catnip apples and cigars.  One brand called Ducky World which is organic catnip and toys, is made in Vermont and Diane said they are very unique.

Since the holidays are around the corner, there is a special place in the store with holiday surprises for stocking stuffers or “just because” toys and treats.000_0009

One of the upcoming events is a Pet Photo Contest.  So, if you are the type that is always taking pictures of your pet, then this might be your opportunity to show him or her off.  You can drop off the photos from December 1st until December 31st at the shop in Lewes.  You can enter into 3 categories, if you want; Most Adorable, Silliest, and Best in Show.

Now all you have to do is get that camera ready, smile and start shooting.


Enjoy this time of the year with you pet!!!  See you soon…

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November 16th, 2009

Slowing Down a Bit at the Delaware Beaches, and Ocean City, Maryland…Not a Chance…Upcoming Events…and Activities…


If I say that my beach towns are slowing down some this week, it is because we have been going from one festival to another, one race to another and one fundraising event to another, and in between, we even managed to include a Nor’ Easter.  So we are catching our breaths in order to get ready for the holidays.  Yes, they are around the corner.



The town of Lewes is a little quiet this week but some of the events that I am looking forward to are:

Thursday, December 3rd – Celebration of Lights at Beebe Medical Center at 5 p.m.

Thursday, December 3rd – First Thursdays – Celebrate Lewes Life – Local merchants host evening shopping with live streetfest, restaurant entertainment, kids story time, demonstrations, and extended store hours. 6 – 8 p.m.  For more info., please call the Lewes Chamber of Commerce toll free 877-465-3937 or 302-645-8073.

Friday until Sunday, December 4th – 6th – is the Children’s Beach House Benefit Art Exhibit and Sale.  For details visit:

Saturday, December 5th – Is the 3rd Annual Christmas Boutique from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., sponsored by Friends of Cape Henlopen State Park, Seaside Nature Center.

Saturday, December 5th – Lewes Historical Society’s House Tour from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.  There will be 8 homes on the tour, plus the Historical Society’s buildings.  One of the houses, part of which dates to before the Revolution will be included.  Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 on the day of the tour.  For info., please call 302-645-7670 or visit

Saturday, December 5th – Lewes Christmas Parade at 5 p.m., followed by the tree lighting and caroling at the Zwaanendale Park and reception in the Fisher-Martin House.  For info., please call 302-645-8073 or visit

Tuesday, December 8th – Rehoboth Beach Writers’ Guild and Beseme Bistro on Market and 2nd Streets present Duets from 7 – 8:30 p.m.  It will be a night of beautiful music, incredible food and interesting stories.  For reservations, please call 302-645-8108.


Near Lewes, closer to Milton, Delaware

Saturday, December 12th – Concert by the Southern Delaware Choral Society.  This season they will be singing a portion of J.S. Bach’s Magnificat, Mendelssohn’s Magnificat, written as a prodigy at age 12 and selected choruses from Handel’s Messiah, including the famous Hallelujah Chorus.  Location:  Eagles Nest at 7 p.m.

If you cannot see this amazing performance on Saturday, then on Sunday, the 13th at 3 p.m. at Woodbridge High School in Bridgeville, you will be able to get that chance.

Tickets are $20 for adults and $8 for children and students. They can be purchased at the following locations:

Puzzles in Lewes, Browseabout Books in downtown Rehoboth Beach, from the website (click on tickets), or from any member of the Southern Delaware Choral Society.


Near all the Delaware Beaches, in Georgetown

Saturday, December 12th at 7:00 p.m. – The Nutcracker at Delaware Tech on Rt. 18 in Georgetown.  $20 for adults and $15 for students and Delaware Tech staff.   For info. call 302-858-5475.


Rehoboth Beach

There are plenty of restaurants in the area offering Thanksgiving Day lunch and dinner but I have gotten information on the following 2 restaurants, so if you are in the area and not cooking then take a look:

Saketumi, located on 18814 Ocean Highway or Rt. 1 has “East meets West” – It is an all you can eat dining experience from 12 until 8 p.m.  Some of the items available will be: soups, sushi and raw bar, meats like prime rib, whole roasted pig, fresh roasted turkey.  Spring rolls, spaghetti and meatballs and burger sliders and chicken fingers for the young ones.  Desserts like fondue, cheesecake and pastries.  $2.00 Mimosas and Bloody Marys.  It is $28.95 for adults and under 12 the charge will be $10.95.  Call 302-645-2818 for reservations.

Cafe Sole, located on 44 Baltimore Ave., tel 302-227-7107 is inviting you to their Thanksgiving that will start at 12:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.  $28.00 and will include 4 courses, 4 entree selections.  Please make your reservations since this is a popular restaurant in Rehoboth Beach.

Besides their Thanksgiving dinner, they also offer on Wednesdays a half price dinner entree and special dessert pricing, served from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m.

Sunday Brunch is from 10:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.

Saturday, November 21st – Rehoboth Beach Seashore Marathon and 1/2 Marathon.  Start time is 7 a.m. at Rehoboth Ave., and the Boardwalk.  Website is  Registration and timing-please visit  Pick up your packet on Friday, Nov. 20th between 2-8 p.m. at Rehoboth Beach Running Co. on 251 Rehoboth Ave.  Beneficiaries are the Make-A-Wish-Foundation of the Mid-Atlantic, Inc. and the Rehoboth Beach Fire Dept.

Friday, November 27th – The Tree Lighting in downtown Rehoboth, at the Bandstand.  It is a hometown tradition with plenty of Holiday songs.  6-7 p.m. and you may also want to visit for more information:

Downtown Gift Certificates are accepted at over 200 shops, restaurants, and businesses.  They help our independent Mom & Pop businesses and locally owned franchises.  You can purchase gift certificates by calling the Main Street office at 302-227-2772 or at the Thunderbird Gallery on the corner of Rehoboth Ave. and Second Street or in person at the Main Street office at the Convention Center Parking Lot on 229 Rehoboth Ave.  It is the little cottage with blue shutters.  Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. or online at the above website.  In the website you will be able to see the participating merchants and also you can check the hours for Santa’s House, which were just posted online, or call 302-227-2233.


Look out for the following events in Rehoboth:

12/6  Community Unity Spaghetti Dinner – Citizen of the Year Award will be announced.

12/7  Christmas Parade – You don’t want to miss that one.  I hope it is not too cold.

12/13  Rehoboth Beach Farmers’ Market Holiday Market


In Bethany Beach, Ocean View, Frankford, and Dagsboro (all towns easy to get to)

Friday, November 27th and Saturday, November 28th – It is the 15th Annual Southeastern Delaware Artist Studio Tour.  This event is one of my favorites.  Our local artists open their studios to the public.  You will be able to talk to them and see what they are all about.  It is a free tour but you can purchase tickets as a donation for $10 each or 3 for $25 for their Art in the Hat Raffle.  Tickets must be purchased by 4 p.m. on Saturday, November 28th.  Each artist has donated a work of art and you might be the lucky winner of a piece of their work.  Please go to or call Justin Cavagnaro at 302-732-0161 or Damon Pla at 302-537-6945.  Please note that this free tour is provided by the artists.  A portion of their fees, along with all proceeds raised from the Art in the Hat Raffle will be used to further arts education in the community.

Some of the artists will even be open on Sunday, November 29th from 12 p.m. until 4 p.m.  Please visit the above mentioned website for info. or call the telephone numbers, also stated above.


Near Bethany Beach, in Ocean View

Saturday, December 5th at 7:30 p.m. – The Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra will present Holiday Joy.  A musical celebration of seasonal favorites, with Julien Benichou as the Music Director.  Guest artists are Amy Lynn Call, Soprano and Brian Mig Chu, Baritone.  Location is Mariner’s Bethel Church on Rt. 26th and Central Ave.  For more info. and tickets, please call 888-846-8600.  Adults $35 and students $10.


Ocean City, Maryland

Wednesday, November 19th until January 2nd, 2010 is the now famous and not to be missed Winterfest of Lights at Townwide, Inlet and Northside Park 127th St.  Please call 800-Ococean or visit Sundays to Thursdays 5:30 p.m until 9:30 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays 5:30 p.m. until 10:30 p.m.

Friday, November 21st is the Turkey Trot at Eagle’s Landing Golf Course.  Please call 410-213-7277 or visit for more info.

Friday, November 27th and Saturday, November 28th – is the Annual Black Friday 550 Rockfish Tournament.   Ocean City Fishing Center and please call Jessica Pollimeier at 800-322-3065 or visit for more information.

Friday, November 27th – Sunday, November 29th – Holiday Shopper’s Fair at the Convention Center located at 40th St. & Bay.  10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.  Visit for further information.


Well, maybe we won’t be resting for too long.  I will remind you about these events as the dates get near.

People still do ask me: What is there to do at the beaches after the summer?  Hmmm….I might have to go to the city to relax…

Talk to you later…

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November 14th, 2009

Beseme (Kiss Me), An Eclectic Bistro, at the Delaware Beaches, in the historic town of Lewes…


Beseme, Besame or Dame un Beso, all mean the same; Kiss me.  This bistro wants you to remember their food like an unforgetable kiss; to “linger in your mind long after it’s gone from your lips”….

I wanted to go back to Beseme since I have not been there in ages and Lewes is one of my favorite towns.  So, Debbie, Cindi and I decided to make that restaurant our meeting place today.  The 3 of us have not had lunch together in a long time and I really do enjoy keeping in touch with friends.  I think you know that already.

For a Saturday, and with the weather not been the nicest, Lewes was crowded.  Actually, the Delaware Beaches were all crowded.

Beseme is located on 142 Second & Market Streets in historic downtown Lewes.  The telephone is 302-645-8108.  The website is It is open year round.  Breakfast from 8 a.m., lunch from 11 a.m. and dinner from 5 p.m.

I entered through the entrance on Market Street, which is the main entrance.  The entrance on Second Street is through the Hotel Rodney.000_0002

Beseme is bigger than it appears from the outside.  A very pretty bar with lots of wood is the first thing I saw.  Two rooms for dining that were nicely decorated and not crowded.  This is a historic building so the woods and atmosphere are very warm and inviting.000_0004

We were presented with the lunch menu.  There were soups and starters, salads as main courses, omelettes, crepes, and burgers with your choice of bison, lamb or beef.

Their all natural meats come from BAR Farms in Lewes and Wells Meats in Philadelphia.

Since I already knew I would be posting on my blog, I asked that we all have something different.  I decided to go with the bison burger with provolone cheese, Debbie had the Macho salad which had roasted chicken, goat cheese, figs, baby corn, tomatoes, pine nuts, avocado, cornmeal croutons, with a champagne vinaigrette.

Cindi had the Temptation Omelette, which had eggplant, tomatoes, onion, green pepper, Gruyere & Parmigiano-Reggiano.

Their organic eggs come from Cleckner Farm in Bivalve, Maryland.

We all decided that our food was very good.  My burger came with their house cut waffle chips.  I would say that you could get addicted to those.

For our sweet ending we ordered only one dessert and we chose the crepe with berries.  Our waitress throught we would like that one.  This restaurant is known for their crepes and this one was light and refreshing.  Really, a perfect ending to our lunch.000_0003

I would suggest that you go and visit Beseme’s website.  They have events and menus plus a lot of other pertinent information.

Tomorrow, Sunday, the 15th at 6 p.m. Keith Mack will be performing.  And, on Tuesday, the 17th at 7 p.m. the Rehoboth Beach Writers Guild will have poetry, short stories and prose.

Besides their lunch menu, they also have the traditional dinner menu and a small plates menu, which is like a tapas way of dining.  With this type of dining you can order several dishes for the table and everyone can sample the food.  The restaurant has a full bar but you may also get wines by the glass and they have a very good selection from Chile, Italy, South Africa, Spain, California and Argentina.

As usual, part of having a good meal is sharing it with the people that mean a lot to you.  Cindi, Debbie and I have been friends for a long time and every time we are together laughter is not far behind.

We really did enjoy Beseme so let me know how you like it.

See you soon….

November 14th, 2009

An Opportunity to Start the Holiday Shopping early…near the Delaware Beaches…you will find…for one day only…a J.McLaughlin Trunk Show…”A Classic American Brand”…


After the weather we have been having, this might be a bright spot on your week-end, specifically on Sunday.

J.McLaughlin is a company, based in New York, that has been in business for 32 years.  They offer colorful, classic and contemporary clothing and accessories for men and women.

It is interesting to note that everywhere you find a J.McLaughlin store you will see that each store front is different.  The reason is that architecturally, they get inspired by the towns, cities, etc. and they build to fit into the community.

They have stores in many cities and the closest to the Delaware Beaches would be in Greenville.  In Maryland they have stores in Bethesda and Ruxton.  In Florida you will find them in Ponte Vedra, Vero, Naples, 2 on Worth Ave., in Palm Beach.

Tomorrow, Sunday, the 15th, J.McLaughlin from 4851 Bethesday Ave., in Bethesda, Maryland 20814, will be holding a Trunk Show in Paynter’s Mill, at the Manor House in Milton, Delaware.  It will be from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. 

Please call Kate at 302-245-7182 or Susan at 302-745-7485 for any questions you may have. Kate, has been in the retail business for some time and is the person in charge of this event. Website is


Take Route 1 or Coastal Highway, north and take a left on Cave Neck Rd. (CR88), then a left into Paynter’s Mill, and go straight to Manor House on your left. Address: 30900 E. Annie Lank Drive, Milton, DE 19968.

Paynter’s Mill is a community on the border of Milton and Lewes.  It is 5 miles from Lewes, 8 miles from Rehoboth Beach and 4 miles from the outlets.

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November 13th, 2009

This Nasty Nor’ Easter is still causing Havoc on the Delaware Beaches…and Ocean City, Maryland…


By all accounts the talk is that this is probably the worst storm since 1962.  The wind and the rain keep pounding these beaches.

I took a drive to Lewes and all was clear on Coastal Highway (Rt. 1). 

The film festival seem to have their loyal following since the parking lot at the Midway Movie Theaters was completely full.

I continued into Rehoboth Beach and took the following pictures from downtown Rehoboth, some by the Henlopen Hotel and some by Silver Lake and then Dewey Beach.

My pictues don’t do justice to the amazing force of the winds and how furious the ocean looked.  My face was covered with sand; sandblasted, really.  No scrub for me today.

If you want to see more pictures, please go to and then scroll down to weather alert and then click to see pictures. You may also view pictures by visiting




When is this going to end?

When is this going to end?

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November 12th, 2009

A Little Rain, Wind, and Flooding will not keep 3 friends from having breakfast at the Delaware Beaches…in Rehoboth Beach…


A little wind?  Are you kidding?  It is a Nor’easter!!!  It has been blowing and raining since yesterday.  In case you do not know what a Nor’easter is or think that I have misspelled the word, let me tell you that these are storms that usually happen between October and April. Northeast winds, with lots of rain and sometimes snow, depending on the month.  The winds are hurricane-force, and there is a high surf, which causes beach erosion and coastal flooding.  And, that is what has been happening.

But for these 3 friends it did not matter.  We met a t GreenMan Juice Bar & Bistro on Wilmington Ave., in Rehoboth.  I wrote a post on this restaurant on September 11th, in case you want to read more about it. 

Again, it touches my heart to realize how lucky I am to have so many friends.  I won’t mention their names since I don’t know if they would be happy about it.  Some people are more private than others.

There was only another table occupied, so immediately we took over, talking and laughing and catching up.  We have known each other for a long time and our own children are friends. Yeap, one native and 2 locals. 

But, as usual, the conversation gravitated towards food.  Being that is was so nasty today, we talked about meatloaf. I told them that another friend, Roberta, and I had found some years ago a very good recipe for meatloaf in the Southern Living magazine.  It was different and very tasty. 

So here is the recipe and I hope you really like it.


Sweet ‘n’ Saucy Meatloaf


For the Meatloaf:

1 lb. lean ground beef

1 lb. pork sausage

1 cup fine breadcrumbs

1 large egg, beaten

1 medium onion, diced

1/2 cup milk

2 garlic cloves, crushed

1 tbs. chopped fresh parsley

1 tbs. curry

1 tsp. salt

1/2 tsp. pepper


For the Sauce:

2 tbs. butter

1 small onion diced

1/2 cup ketchup

1/4 cup packed brown sugar

1/4 cup water

1/4 cup beef broth

1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce

1 tbs. instant coffee

2 tbs. rice vinegar

2 tsp. lemon juice


Combine:  First 11 ingredients, shape into loaf and place in a lightly greased pan.

Sauce:  Melt butter in skillet over medium heat.  Add onion and saute for 5 minutes.  Stir in 1/2 cup ketchup and remaining ingredients. 

Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes.

Bake:  Put meatlfoaf in a pre-heated 375 degree oven for 30 minutes.  Pour half of the sauce over and bake another 45 minutes.

To serve: Cut and make sure you pass the extra sauce around.  I usually serve it with rice and a green vegetable.


Until later…keep dry…

November 11th, 2009

Better Late than Never…Events are still going on at the Delaware Beaches…


Thanks so much to all the Veterans for their service to our country.



Following are the events that are about to happen at my beaches:



At the Cape Henlopen State Park: Remember that until Nov. 30th there is an entry fee collected at the Park.

Saturday, November 14th – Birdseed and Book Sale – At the Seaside Nature Center from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.  Advance birdseed order forms are available at the park office, nature center, , or call 302-644-4923.  Members may take 10% discount on seed orders.  Food and baked goods available.  Clean books may be dropped off at the Nature Center on Friday, November 13th between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Saturday, November, 14th – Battery 519 Museum Tours – from 2 p.m. until 3:30 p.m.  Take a guided tour of a World War II coastal defense gun battery and see the renovations to this historic site.  Learn its history and plans for the future.  Limited to 30. $5 per adult and $2.50 per child.  Pre-registration is required so please call the Seaside Nature Center, 302-645-6852 to pre-register.  Directions:  Follow the “Fort Miles” signs to the Historic Area parking lot.  Walk the paved road through the Cantonment Area to the Orientation Building, the last large building on your right.

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.


Rehoboth Beach

Wednesday, November 11 through Sunday, November 15th – Is the 12th Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival.  This very popular festival brings movies, shorts and documentaries to the Delaware beaches.  All movies are shown at the Movies at Midway, Route 1 (Coastal Highway).  $9.00 per movie, $8 for senior citizens and students with ID.  For information please call 302-645-9095 or visit  Tickets sales take place at the Festival Box Office in the Big Tent behind the theaters.

Saturday, November 14th – Delaware State Parks Trail Challenge (3.6 miles) – 11:00 a.m.  Escape the bustling corridor of Rt. 1 on this stone dust trail along an old railway path through woods and marshes.  Meet at the trailhead behind the Seaside Outlets.

Saturday, November 14th – “Second Saturdays:  Destination Art Walk”. Walk around the many downtown galleries in Rehoboth Beach, from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m.  For more info. please visit

Saturday, November 14th – Heidi Lowe Gallery – Exhibit Opening – “Multiples” from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m.  Limited edition jewelry sale by studio artists.  Location is 328 Rehoboth Ave.

I featured Heidi Lowe’s Studio on my post of September 20th called An Innovative Jewelry Studio, in case you would like to read a little bit more about her. 

The studio is open from 11:00 until 6:00 p.m. Wednesdays – Sundays.  Telephone is 302-227-9203. 


In all the beaches, restaurants, shops, art galleries, and museums are open.  I hope you get the chance to visit the beaches in the second season.


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