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August 28th, 2015

Destination? Lewes, Delaware, What’s Going On?, Activities, Events, Delaware Beaches, Southern Delaware, Summer 2015!!


In 2006, the city of Lewes was selected by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as one of America’s “Dozen Distinctive Destinations”, and was named a “Preserve America Community”.  Founded in 1631, by the Dutch, Lewes is Delaware’s oldest settlement, earning it the nickname of “The First Town in The First State”.

So, What’s Going on this week-end?


Saturday, 8/29 – Historic Lewes Farmers Market…Location? The Lewes Historical Society Complex at 110 Shipcarpenter St.  Love this market.  Demonstrations during the morning…9 a.m. Maurice Catlett, Executive Chef at Fish On! in Lewes will prepare fried green tomatoes with spicy shrimp salad and blue cheese.  Love fried green tomatoes!


Saturday, 8/29 – Brews by The Bay 2015…This is the second year for this event.  Experience the only Bi-State Beer Festival in the Country.  Live music, 20+ breweries, local food, and yard games on each side.  Taste the best new craft beers from both Delaware and New Jersey.  Where?  The Cape May Terminal from 11:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. and the Lewes Terminal from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m.  Better yet, buy a discounted combo ticket and take the ferry to both fests and decide which state has the best new brew for you.  Prices:  $48.25 for NJ only and Delaware only.  $74.50 for both Plus a roundtrip ferry ride!!  Special reduced rates for designated drivers.  Please note that no alcohol or samples can be carried on the ferry.  Beverages are available for sale on the ferry.  More info?  Please visit


Saturday, 8/29 – Free Deck Tour of the Kalmar Nyckel.  Join the crew.  Kids can ring the ship’s bell.  Please call 302-645-2791 or visit


Saturday, 8/29 – Live Music at Bethany Blues, Lewes at 18385 Coastal Highway, Entertainment begins at 8:30 p.m. until 11:30 p.m.  Stop by and listen to Captain Blue’s Bluegrass Band.  CJ and the Band lead the way with Americana/Folk Bluegrass!  Check them out at


Sunday, 8/30 – Yoga in the Park at Lewes Canalfront Park on Front Street from 8 a.m. until 9 a.m.  Every Sunday until September 6th.  Sessions are by Dimitra Yoga.  Tel. 302-645-2795 or visit


Sunday, 8/30 – A Pirate Sail on the Kalmar Nyckel from 9 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.  Sail the Tall Ship of Delaware.  Join the captain and the crew of salty pirates for a festive experience on the high seas.  $60 for adults and $40 for children 7 years of age and under.  Meet at the Cape May-Lewes Ferry Terminal Public Pier.


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June 20th, 2015

Walking Sussex, Cancer Support Community, Survivors Across Sussex, 16 Miles or BUST, Team, 16 Mile Brewery was the Final Destination!! Cancer Survivors Rock After Party, Georgetown, Delaware


It has been a week since our 16 Miles or BUST team participated in a 16 Mile Walk to raise money for the Cancer Support Community Delaware.  We are all still talking about it because it was so much fun.  Everyone survived the heat….I think there were more like 17 1/2 miles, going through the Circle in Georgetown.



Our team was comprised of 10 amazing women…and one guy, who is pretty awesome himself.  These women and Jamin (our guy) have a thirst for life.  They have had their ups and downs like everyone else.  They have faced those curve balls that life throws to you when you least expect it, and they have handled them with courage.  3 of them were breast cancer survivors.  They are fit, they laugh, and they can also let their hair down.  They are professionals, mothers, grandmothers, well traveled and well read, as well.  The following photo makes me laugh…with Jamin.  He wore the pink hat that said “Women Who Behave Rarely Make History”!!

Before starting our walk, Jamin brought us all together in an uplifting prayer giving thanks, and praying for peace, hope and health for those afflicted with cancer.


Police escort…our route was a little dangerous, more so, at this time of the year.  Every mile we had water, and every 2 miles we had fruit and granola bars.

We walked in groups of two or three, and then, we would change and formed other groups, which made it easier.

Everyone has been touched by cancer in one way or another and being that June is Cancer Survivors Month, cars passing by kept honking their horns all through our journey.  All services provided by Cancer Support Community Delaware are free of charge.  For more information, please call them at 302-645-9150.  Or, visit their website…

It was so darn hot…but at least there was a breeze, and the Sussex County Corvette Club was transporting anyone that had had enough.


At the Lewes-Rehoboth Moose Lodge, the Sussex Tech Band received us.  I believe that was mile 7.



Dreaming about a cold beer….16 Mile Brewery’s was hosting the Cancer Survivors Rock After Party.


Music and Bethany Blues Lewes….Food Truck!!  Games, massages for the walkers, as well.



16 Mile Brewery….air condition, please.  And, a cold Beer.  It is located at 413 S Bedford St., Georgetown, DE 19947.  Website?  Tel. 302-253-8816


The tasting room is open Monday through Thursday from 1 p.m. until 8 p.m.  Friday from Noon until 10 p.m., Saturday from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. and Sunday from Noon until 5 p.m.


Crisp and clean…Blues’ Golden was just delicious.  For the event a little twist to this favorite beer, adding ginger, coconut and mango.  Very good!!



The Tours are Friday and Saturday from Noon until 3p.m. on the hour.  Please call ahead for private tours and tastings.  Tel. 302-253-8816.


Events:  Wednesday…Farmers’ Market.  Friday…Live Music (you may bring food into the Brewery).  Every week-end…Food Trucks.

If you are planning on having a party, please call them at the above mentioned telephone.

Visiting the Delaware Beaches…don’t want to drive?  Let the Jolly Trolley do all the driving from Dewey to the Brewery.  Round trip is $40 per person on Wednesdays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.  Pick up and drop off is at Gary’s Dewey Beach Grill. You will get a private tour and tasting.  Also, specials at Gary’s before and after.  To make a reservation, please visit  Or, email  Tel. 302-227-1197

Meet some of our 16 Miles or BUST walkers as they arrived at 16 Mile Brewery:





Note:  Thanks to Ann Raskauskas of Bethany Area Realty in Bethany Beach for the T-Shirts she offered us from her annual event, Bethany Beach Breast Cancer Fun/Walk.  It happens on the Saturday of Mother’s Day Week-End.  For more information, please visit


Have a good one!!

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February 10th, 2015

Chowdown For Charity, Next Gen South, Delaware Community Foundation, Fundraising Event, Southern Delaware, Kent & Sussex Counties, Food Tasting, Voting, Wall of Wine, Silent Auction, Fun=Fundraising, Same Time Next Year!!


Here we were, the usual suspects….we do have a younger suspect, Jade!!  We were ready to Chowdown for Charity, an event that took place on Friday, February 6th, at Baywood Greens Golf Course in Long Neck, Delaware.  It was an evening of food tasting, voting and mingling.  Much loved local chefs were cooking for a cause….Next Gen South of the Delaware Community Foundation, This is a non-profit board of young professionals from Kent & Sussex Counties that was founded in 2012.

Next Gen South selects an area of focus every 2 years based on what is needed in our communities.  Presently, the focus is and has been for the past 2 years, Children’s Mental Health.  This is one fundraising event that lets this organization award grants to local organizations on an annual basis.  Next Gen South might be young but in 2014 they awarded $15,000 to:  Delaware Guidance Services, Delaware State University, The Seaford House.


Chefs were ready for the guests….remember we were given 3 tickets to put on our favorites.  A friendly competition would be taking place.


ABBOTT’S ON BROAD CREEK – This restaurant is located in Laurel;  It is a sister restaurant to Abbot’s Grill in Milford.  Chef Ryan Cunningham was serving Smoked Strip Loin with a Scallop Vinaigrette & Coriander Popcorn.


Loved the addition of the popcorn to the tender beef.  Ryan asked us to come to Laurel for a real treat this year.


a(MUSE.) – Located in Dowtown Rehoboth Beach,  Hari was hard at work, but always explaining exactly what he is cooking.  Pumpernickel Pasta?  OMG!! This pasta tasted just like pumpernickel bread.  You had to be there to experience it, but Hari said he has it at the restaurant, among other amazing tasting pasta flavors.  It was served with Brussel Sprouts, Pastrami Beef Cheek, Charred Onion & Pickled Mustard Seed.


The pasta was cooked to perfection and the other flavors complemented already a winning central ingredient.


LUPO DI MARE – Located in Downtown Rehoboth Beach,  This restaurant is part of the family of SODEL Concepts restaurants and started by the late and much missed Matt Haley.


They were serving Rustic Meatballs, Parmesan Polenta with Tomato Gravy.  I can’t make a good meatball, so always enjoy little morsels like these ones.  They did tell us that this was not their signature meatball…prepared exclusively for this event.


PAPA GRANDE’S – Two locations:  Downtown Rehoboth Beach and Fenwick Island.  A Delaware coastal taqueria.  Papa Grande’s is also part of the SODEL family of restaurants.


I love Scrapple!!  And, this is what they were serving…House Scrapple Tostada, Hibiscus Jelly, Apple Radish Jimaca Salad, Corn Chip.  Having had their scrapple taco last year….of course just by looking at these tostadas, I knew they were going to have an awesome taste.


They asked if we had had their Duck Scrapple….and that they were planning on a crab scrapple this summer….can’t wait.


THE BRICK HOTEL RESTAURANT & TAVERN – Located in Georgetown on The Circle,  The chefs were serving Black Cherry Braised Beef with a Root Vegetable Puree & Roasted Brussels Sprouts.


The black cherry flavored was detected on the braised beef.  It was cooked in a 250 degree oven for 6 hours.  It melted in your mouth.  Totally delish!


THE WALL OF WINE –  This has become very popular at events.  Wine aficionados love it….more so if they get a prized bottle of wine.  You pay $20 and then get to choose a wrapped bottle of wine from the wall.  You might get the $10 bottle or a very expensive bottle.  A ticket was also given for a raffle….a bottle of Dom Perignon at the end of the evening!!




Stuffed Pork Pinwheel!! Pop them in your mouth.  They would be perfect for a party.


NAGE BISTRO & WINE BAR – Located on Coastal Highway (Rt. 1) in Rehoboth Beach,


This pastrami was made out of tuna, on a pumpernickel crouton, caraway sauerkraut, spicy mustard….definitely one of my true favorites of the evening.


Next stop?  BETHANY BLUES, LEWES…Located on Costal Highway (Rt. 1),


I love St. Louis Ribs more than any other rib.  That’s what they were serving.  Smoked St. Louis Ribs, caramelized in a Habanero Apple Cider, served with a Jalapeno Slaw.  Got those tastebuds dancing immediately!!



TOUCH OF ITALY – A trattoria, salumeria and pasticeria….  These restaurants can be found in Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, and Ocean City, Maryland.


Making mozzarella…it looked time consuming, but also relaxing.  Take a look.



Smaller mozzarella balls were served with rosemary and EVOO!!


ESPUMA RESTAURANT & MARTINI BAR – Located in Downtown Rehoboth Beach, Chef Jay Caputo was serving Spanish Style Clam Chowder topped with Potato Foam and Scallion Powder.


The biscuits were filled with the creamy, and well seasoned clam chowder.  I liked it a lot.


Love this tapas eating style….grazing here or there!!  We tried them all!!  Next!!


FINS FISH HOUSE & RAW BAR – In Downtown Rehoboth Beach and with a sister restaurant on Coastal Highway,  Another time consuming dish is making risotto.


FINS did a great job with their Crab & Shrimp Risotto.  It was delicious!!




THE ROOKERY – Located in Milford…2 golf course locations, Milton and Milford,  We finished our Chowdown with a treat of Ahi Tuna with a Ginger Lime Soy, served over a Seaweed Salad, Cucumber & Wasabi Tobiko.  Excellent ending!!


We then continued to listen to DJ Jimmy Young, who provided great entertaining throughout the evening.  Plenty of items on the silent auction raising funds for a great cause.

Have a good one!!

THE WINNER?  a(MUSE.)  Congratulations!!

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January 11th, 2014

Entertainment, Delaware Beaches, Live Music, Rehoboth Beach, Lewes, Southern Delaware, Saturday, 1/11/14!!


“One good thing about Music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.”  bob marley

You should not let a little rain get in the way….You can find live entertainment in Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, and Dewey Beach tonight.


IRISH EYES in Lewes at  213 Anglers Rd.  Live music begins at 9 p.m.  Tel. 302-645-6888.

BETHANY BLUES LEWES at 18385 Coastal Highway.  They call it Hot and Tasty Blues.  Ruben Montoya Trio, playing funky blues.  Music from Santana, Bill Withers, The Beatles and more.  Entertainment begins at 8 p.m.


DOGFISH HEAD at 320 Rehoboth Avenue in Downtown Rehoboth Beach.  Adam Ezra Group will begin playing at 10 p.m.  Tel. 302-226-2739.

PURPLE PARROT at 134 Rehoboth Avenue with Saturday night Karaoke and on Sunday Tara Austin’s Birdcage Bad Girls.  For more info., please call 302-226-1139.

THE POND at First & Rehoboth Avenue.  Live music with Ginger tonight and on Sunday Lower Case Blues.  More info? Please call 302-227-2234.

SUMMER HOUSE at 228 Rehoboth Avenue will begin DJs and Dancing at 11:30 p.m. until 1 a.m.  More info? Please call 302-227-3895.

RIGBY’S BAR & GRILL at 404 Rehoboth Avenue will have Karaoke tonight.  More info?  Please call 302-227-6080.

VICTORIA’S AT THE BOARDWALK PLAZA, at Ocean Front & Olive Avenue.  Tonight is Jeff Irwin & Dr. Bob until 10 p.m.  Sunday is Jeff Irwin & Friends from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. during Sunday Jazz Brunch.  More info? Please call 302-227-0615.

CASA DILEO at 721 Rehoboth Avenue.  Melissa Alesi will be entertaining the customers tonight.  More info?  302-226-8660.


THE STARBOARD in Dewey, right on Coastal Highway will have DJ John Hardy entertaining tonight.

Note:  If you want to make sure that the above mentioned music venues will have entertainment, please don’t hesitate to call.  You know how it is….weather, unexpected situations, etc. etc.

Have a good one!!

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February 15th, 2013

What’s Going On? Rehoboth Beach, Events, Entertainment, Shopping, TGIF, Delaware Beaches, Southern Delaware


I believe that the groundhog was right when its shadow told us that is will be an early spring.  Even though the Delaware Beaches are a little quieter during the month of February…..I stand corrected….here is What’s Going On?

Rehoboth Beach is a shopping destination.  Besides all the local boutiques, we also have outlets and more outlets; the Tanger Outlets.  Sales and more sales; Presidents’ Day Savings…check out coupons and sales offers by visiting


Friday, 2/15 – Saketumi, located at 18814 Coastal Highway (Rt 1)  is presenting the debut show for straight-ahead live jazz performances.  Pianist, Fred Hughes and Juanita Williams-Eddie Sherman Show.  Dinner seating at 6 p.m., with the show starting at 7:30 p.m. until 10 :00 p.m. in the upstairs room.  $15/person.  For reservations, please call 302-645-2818.

Friday, 2/15 – Dinner & Belly Dancing Show at Samra’s Mediterranean Grill, located at 19 Rehoboth Avenue.  Tel. 302-727-5964.  Website?  Time? 6:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m.  A special show with Kalilah Nala celebrating  Valentine’s.


Friday, 2/15 – The Rehoboth Beach Film Society and the Milton Historical Society will be co-presenting Delmarva Roots, which is a series featuring films about Delmarva’s history and/or by  Delmarva filmmakers.  Tonight’s presentation include 2 films.  The Red Shoes and The Dream Share Project, starting at 7:00 p.m. At the Milton Fire Hall, 116 Front Street, Milton, Delaware.  Milton is about 20-25 minutes from Rehoboth Beach, if that.  Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children 12 and under. You can purchase tickets by calling 302-645-9095, ext. 1.

The Red Shoes is a musical, only 10 minutes in long.  It was filmed entirely in Rehoboth Beach and surrounding areas with local talent.  Karen, a young orphan with a wild imagination, strikes creative gold in her new trial home, the “Foster Mother Mansion”.  Karen behaves well in this lifestyle of plenty, until she discovers a pair of red dancing shoes.  Unable to bottle her excitement for them, she must dance.  But, will Karen’s imagination carry her to trouble, or to paradise?  This short film praises obedience – to one’s own heart.

The Dream Share Project addresses the question; What does it take to make your dream come true?  Delaware documentarians, Chip Hiden and Alexis Irvin, traveled the country finding answers from those who have turned aspirations into reality.  You will hear from an Olympic skier, one of the original Latin Kings of Comedy, a slam poet, a Project Runway fashion designer, the CEO of a sustainable flip-flop company, a beer maker, the producer of Austin City Limits and many more.  Their wise and surprising comments cover everything from discovering one’s passion, committing to goals, dealings with setbacks and redefining success for the millennial generation.  Running time…63 minutes.


Friday, 2/15 – Bethany Blues’ Sydney’s Music Revival presents The Divas of One Love; What’s Love Got to Do with It?  Glitter and Spice, fire and ice, vocalists of One Love, Kelly Boyle and PJ Brown.  Bethany Blues is located on 18385 Coastal Highway, between Lewes and Rehoboth Beach.  Entertainment begins at 8:30 p.m.


Saturday, 2/16 – Merchant’s Attic I!  It is the State’s largest indoor garage sale. If you can’t make it on this Presidents’ Week-End, there will be another later in March.  It is held at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center, located at 229 Rehoboth Avenue.  Doors will open at 9:30 a.m. through 1:30 p.m.  No admission, but donations for the benefit of the Chamber Event Fund are, certainly, welcome.  Favorite vendors will be there and new ones, as well.

Saturday, 2/16 – Rehoboth Concert Band Debut Performance at Rehoboth Beach Elementary School located at 500 Stockley St. in Rehoboth Beach.  Professional musicians, students and committed adults come together under the direction of 30 plus year veteran conductor, Sharon Still.  Performance begins at 7 p.m. until 8:15 p.m.

Looking forward to the 2013 Summer Concerts at the Beach!!

Looking forward to the 2013 Summer Concerts at the Beach!!

Saturday, 2/16 – Bethany Blues’ Sydney’s Music Revival presents 3 Sheets, a trio of acoustic guitarists and harmonizing vocalists who play favorite classic tunes along with current tunes about to become classics.  Entertainment starts at 8:30 p.m.  Bethany Blues is located at 18385 Coastal Hwy. (Rt. 1) between Lewes and Rehoboth Beach.


Until February 24th – The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie presented by Clear Space Theatre, located at 20 Baltimore Avenue in Downtown Rehoboth Beach. Tel. 302-227-2270.  This is the longest-running play in history, celebrating its 60th anniversary in London, this year.  It brings murder and intrigue right to the beach this winter.  A group of strangers are snowed in a stately manor in the English countryside.  A murderer on the loose has already claimed 2 lives, and has now infiltrated the house, in search of his or her 3rd victim.  Who could it be – the owners of the manor?  The skittish young architect or the cranky old spinster?  The retired Army Major or the man whose car mysteriously crashed in a snow drift?  The master of mystery, Agatha Christie, will keep you guessing until the very end, with a twist ending that you’ll be sworn to secrecy to keep!!  More info?  Please visit

Have a great one!!

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January 27th, 2013

Crispy Pork Belly, St. Louis Ribs, Barbecue Sauces, Delmarva Chicken, Creamed Corn, Mashed Potatoes, Sussex Medley…Gluten Free!! At Bethany Blues, Lewes, Delaware…Live Music, Fridays, Saturdays, Sydney’s Music Revival at 8:30 p.m.


A Delmarvalous full moon, no less!!  It was gorgeous.  I stood on Lewes Beach, Delaware, to admire it.

Then, off to Bethany Blues, Lewes, located at 18385 Coastal Highway.  A craving for ribs and barbecue chicken.  Tel. 302-644-2500.  Website?  Love coming here when I least expect it.


I give Bethany Blues and Big Fish Grill big thanks for being so aware of customers with food allergies and sensitivities.  In my family’s case, it is a gluten allergy.  Bethany Blues Manager will come to your table to discuss your allergy and your food options.

The restaurant was comfortably crowded and the fire was glowing.  We sat at the bar area.

A dish that I would say “gotta have it” is the Crispy Pork Belly.  It is an appetizer.  Basically, you get cured pork bellies with a vinegar/apple cider sauce.  Just a little bit is enough.  Delicious.


An order of St. Louis Ribs which were thick and meaty, prepared with a brown sugar rub, smoked for a long time.  The mashed potatoes were made out of red skin potatoes.


The Cheesy Creamed Corn….customers’ favorite.


My Saucy Delmarva Chicken was smoked and seasoned and then brushed with their house sauce.  The meat fell off the bones, true!!  And, that Sussex Medley, was a mix of garbanzo beans, diced cucumbers, tomatoes, onions with chopped cilantro in a light vinaigrette.  It screamed Summer!  That side was sooo good.  During the summer months, when the veggies are at their best, this Sussex Medley is made with local tomatoes and cucumbers.


Some of their award winning sauces are gluten free.


The background music was good tonight.  Live music on Fridays and Saturdays with Sydney’s Music Revival starting at 8:30 p.m.


Friday, 2/1 is Deb Callahan Band – Philadelphia’s blues and soul drenched vocalist and songwriter.  Check

Saturday, 2/2 Keith Mack and Ed Shockley, lifetime musicians will be performing.  They are returning to their fan base by popular demand.  Check

Checking the restaurants that are open year-round….2013 is a new season!!

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May 6th, 2012

Spring Fling, Doggies at The Beach, The Pottery Place, BIN 66, Georgetown Shelter, Delaware SPCA, Raising funds, Awareness, Having Fun, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Beaches



It is now evening and as I sat down to write this post, I was thinking that it was really a nice Sunday.  It started with an early breakfast in downtown Rehoboth Beach with a friend.  Then, I went to see what was going on at The Pottery Place where Doggies at The Beach had organized a fun event to raise money for the Georgetown Shelter, Delaware SPCA.

I have mentioned Doggies at The Beach often.  It is where I leave my, rescued dog, Addy, when I go away.  I do so with total confidence that she will get the best care.  This is a cage free facility with 24 hour human supervision.  They are located at 18806 John J. Williams Highway (Rt. 24) in Rehoboth.  Tel. 302-644-8200.  Website?


Jim, who is the top dog at this facility had organized this event.  It took place at The Pottery Place, located at 20717 Coastal Highway (Rt. 1).  Tel. 302-227-1660.  Their other location is in Fenwick Island at Fenwick Sunshine Plaza, 1500 Coastal Highway (Rt. 1).  Tel. 302-539-3603.  Website

Another sponsor was BIN 66 Fine Wine & Spirits with 2 locations.  One, next to The Pottery Place at 20729 Coastal Highway (Rt. 1).  This is their Highway One Flagship Store.  Tel. 302-227-6161.  Their other location is in Downtown Rehoboth Beach at 301 Rehoboth Ave. at The Shops at The Pearl.  Tel. 302-227-6966.  Website?


And, free hotdogs, cooked on site were offered by Bethany Blues Lewes.  Bethany Blues Lewes is located at 618285 Coastal Highway (between Lewes and Rehoboth Beach).  Tel. 302-644-2500.  Website?  Eric was cooking and the grilled hotdogs were perfect!!



The proceeds from this fun event were for the Georgetown Shelter, Delaware SPCA.  It is located at 22918 Dupont Blvd., Georgetown, DE.  Tel. 302-856-6361.  Website?  When you open the website it will show two locations in Delaware.  Click on the Sussex County Shelter.  You can see what dogs are available and their story online. 


This shelter has been so great in promoting their dogs.  You can also find them on Facebook at Georgetown Shelter, Delaware SPCA.  They have tons of events to raise awareness and funds and to find their adoptable dogs their forever homes.  The facebook page will give you updates and keep you informed as the dogs get adopted.  They are doing an amazing job.  The volunteers are caring and, definitely, animal lovers.

Today they had one cat at the event, but they have plenty at the shelter.


Their dogs were:

Fozzy, aka Fozzy Bear –  I fell in love with him.  He was so gentle and so funny.  Very well behaved.  If you want to check him out, and read his story, go on the website above mentioned and he is there as Fozz-35.


Valentino was so cute and full of energy.  You will find him on the website as Valentino-102.


Beetle was very interested in my hotdog.  He can be found at the website under Beetle-213.

That's Valentino with the Volunteer

That's Valentino with the Volunteer

Phineas & Ferb were found together and what a pair they were!!  Obedient and amazingly calm.  They will need to be adopted together.  You can read more about them on the website as Phineas & Ferb.


People were mingling and having fun.  Some brought their dogs and were having their pictures taken at the Party Booth. 

This little dog was sitting in the lifeguarding chair posing like she did that every day.


Definitely, a diva…check her nails!!  The perfect pedicure.



What surprised us the most was the arrival of Reggie, the potbelly pig.  He came with its owner who had adopted Reggie from the Georgetown Shelter, Delaware SPCA.  He was so sweet and so friendly!!  He also is used to dogs since there are a few in his household.




What is left to say?  Well, animals bring joy, peace, and serenity to its owners.  It is proven that therapy dogs improve the lifes of the ones they touch.  I look at Addy and she looks back with those eyes that say “thank you for giving me a chance”.  If only she realized that she has given so much more in return.


Talk to you later…

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