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March 24th, 2015

Destination? Delaware Beaches, What’s Going On?, Events, Activities, Southern Delaware, Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach, Bethany Beach, Fenwick Island…Waiting for Summer!!


On March 19, 1891 it was first called Cape Henlopen City.  In 1893, the name was formally changed to Rehoboth.  Since then, Rehoboth Beach has been welcoming thousands of visitors not just in the summer, but year round.  It is a destination for many, and for a lot of us, it is also home.  Living at the beach is great, and, believe me, I do not take it for granted.


The beaches are stirring, businesses are sprucing up.  So, What’s Going On?


Wednesday, March 25th – BENEVOLENCE DAY-Beer & Benevolence at Dogfish Head located at 320 Rehoboth Ave. in Downtown Rehoboth Beach.  Noon until 9 p.m. with Live Music at 6 p.m.  This is a benefit for Habitat for Humanity.  More info.?  Please visit


Friday, March 27th – ART AND CRAFT – The Rehoboth Beach Film Society is presenting a fascinating glimpse, with this film, into the life of one of the most prolific art forgers in U.S. history.  Location?  Movies at Midway located on Coastal Highway at the Upstairs Screening Room.  $4.00 for RBFS members and $6.00 for future members.  More info.?  Please visit


Theater in Downtown Rehoboth Beach!! – CLEARSPACE THEATRE CO. presents:  Comedy, a musical comedy until April 5th.  The Little Mermaid from April 17th until April 19th.  Little Women from May 1st until May 17th.  Clearspace Theatre Co. is located at 20 Baltimore Ave. in Downtown Rehoboth Beach.  For tickets and info., please visit  You may also call 302-227-2270.


Friday, April 3rd – 47th ANNUAL GREAT DELAWARE KITE FESTIVAL – Location?  Cape Henlopen State Park in Lewes.  Registration opens at 10 a.m.  EASTER EGG HUNT at 11 a.m.  Kite flying events  start at 11:30 a.m. and the Egg Toss Contest starts at 1:15 p.m.


Friday, April 3rd – LOCAL BUZZ HAPPY HOUR – 5 to 7 p.m. at Gallery Espresso located at 12001 Old Vine Blvd. in Lewes.  Doggies at The Beach will be there displaying their stuff.

Saturday, April 4th – REHOBOTH TOY & KITE’S 21st ANNUAL  EASTER PLAY DAY to be taking place at Virginia Ave. and the Boardwalk in Downtown Rehoboth Beach.  Games and kite making, Egg Hunt at Noon.  Pictures with the Easter Bunny.  Free continental breakfast and snacks at 10 a.m.  More info?  Please call 302-227-6996


Wednesday, April 8th – READ A MOVIE – The Rehoboth Beach Film Society and the Rehoboth Beach Public Library invite film and/or literary enthusiasts to Read a Movie screening of “The Duellists” at 4 p.m. in the upstairs community room of the library.  Based on the short story, “The Duel” by Polish-born writer Joseph Conrad, this film depicts a historically accurate account of early 1800s France.  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 watch the film and share their thoughts about how well or not so well the story was expanded to the big screen.  To sign up and receive the stories in advance, email Denise Hoban at


Friday, April 10th – 5TH ANNUAL “GET DOWN IN TOWN” – Shop & Eat…all for a good cause!!  5 p.m. until 8 p.m. everyone is invited to downtown Rehoboth Beach for this event.  Shoppers will enjoy special discounts in participating stores while noshing on local restaurants’ desserts, treats and drinks dispersed throughout stores.  Food served from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m.  Shopping until 8 p.m.  There is a $10 admission fee to participate in this one night event, which also includes a chance to win a Grand Prize Drawing valued over $l,000.  The Drawing will take place at 8 p.m. at First Street Station Courtyard and the recipient must be present to win.  Tickets can be purchased the night of the event.  Or, ahead of time at Azura Clothing, Heidi Lowe Gallery, Rehoboth Beach Main Street Office, Something Comfortable, South Moon Under and online at  There is no better place where you can wine, dine, walk and shop than Downtown Rehoboth Beach!!


Sunday, April 12th – BROADWALK ON THE BOARDWALK! A fun event for a serious cause.  Part of CAMP Rehoboth’s Women’s FEST 2015! All are welcome, including dogs.  Put on your Pink or Lavender.  They will be honoring survivors of ALL cancers.  Lavender is the color for All Cancers.  Meet at CAMP Rehoboth on 37 Baltimore Ave. at 9 a.m.  Free registration.  Check in, coffee, sweet treats and music.  Walk begins at 10 a.m.  All donations will benefit the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition.  Cash or checks accepted.  Matching donations up to $2,500 generously donated by Nancy Froome.


Sunday, April 19th – DOGGIES AT THE BEACH CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY COOK-OUT.  Noon until 2 p.m. at Doggies at The Beach, located at 18806 John J. Williams Hwy. (Rt. 26) in Rehoboth Beach.  This is a cage free dog boarding facility, where I leave my pooch, Miss Addy.  24 hour human supervision!!  More info?  Tel. 302-644-8200.


Friday, April 24th – REHOBOTH BEACH FILM SOCIETY APRIL’S MONTHLY SCREENING – RBFS presents this year’s Academy Award nominees for Best Animated Short Film.  The screening will be held at the upstairs screening room at Movies at Midway on Coastal Highway.  Doors open at 6:30 p.m.  A rare opportunity to enjoy one of the most entertaining categories at the Academy Awards-Best Animated Short Film. Me and My Moulton, Feast, The Bigger Picture, A Single Life and The Dam Keeper.  Admission is $4 for members and $6 for future members.  Tickets will be sold at the door to each screening on a first come, first serve basis.


Sunday, April 26th – 7TH ANNUAL WINE & FOOD FESTIVAL – PERFECT PAIRINGS – A benefit for Children & Families First, Rehoboth Art League, and Children’s Beach House.  Tickets are $45/person or $78/couple.  4 to 7 p.m.  Taste dozens of fine handpicked wines from around the world, artfully paired with their chef-driven unique food and pastry specialties.


Sunday, April 26th – BIG FISH GRILL 5K TO BENEFIT LOCAL COMMUNITY – 3rd Annual event.  Race start for runners and walkers is 8:30 a.m. in front of Big Fish Grill on Rt. 1.  Big Fish Grill will be donating portion of the proceeds from this event to local nonprofits CHEF (Cape Henlopen Educational Foundation) and RBMS (Rehoboth Beach Main Street).  In addition, all students (K-12) who participate are eligible to win a $1,000 savings bond. You must be present to win and have student ID.  Pre-registration is $25, until 4/23 at noon.  Registration from then through Race Day is $30.  Student (18 and under) Pre-Registration is $20, until 4/23 at noon.  Registration from then through Race Day is $25.  Register online at  For more info., please contact


Saturday, Sunday, May 2nd, May 3rd – COASTAL DELAWARE RUNNING FESTIVAL – Marathon, Half Marathon…Delaware’s Coolest Marathon – Dewey, Rehoboth, Lewes.  It is a Boston Qualifier.  Scenic, flat and fast course will encompass Dewey Beach, Rehoboth Beach, Cape Henlopen State Park, and the Town of Lewes, finishing at the Lighthouse Cove Waterfront Complex in Dewey Beach.  Full post race buffet provided by The Lighthouse Cove Dewey Beach. Complimentary post race beer for those 21 years of age and older.  To register visit


Saturday, May 9th – TREASURE YOUR CHEST BREAST CANCER 5K RUN/3K WALK IN BETHANY BEACH…Rain or shine!! Fundraising for Little Pink Houses of Hope and Vance Kane Memorial Fund/Beebe Medical Foundation.  Pre-registration $25, Kids $15 (under 10 years of age).  Online registration closes April 10th.  Prizes for Most Spirited Outfits…Dress in Your Best Pirate Gear.  Team, Individual, Strollers, Wheelchairs, Dogs….T-Shirts Guaranteed only to those pre-registering.  For registration and more info., please visit


Saturday, May 9th – DEWEY BEACH ARTS FESTIVAL – Rain Date? Sunday, May 10th.  9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Location?  Dagsworthy Ave in Dewey Beach.  For an application, please visit, or call 302- 228-3701.

Hey…I stand corrected, the Delaware Beaches are not stirring…..they just woke up!! Time to play!  Have a good one.


July 21st, 2014

CAMP Rehoboth, Exhibit, Rehoboth Beach Museum, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, CAMP = Create a More Positive Rehoboth, Delaware Beaches, Southern Delaware


A new exhbit at The Rehoboth Beach Museum features items that illustrate the history of the organization known as CAMP Rehoboth.  With this exhibit Rehoboth Beach Museum honors the history of CAMP Rehoboth.

The organization, whose name is an acronym for Create a More Positive Rehoboth, was founded 24 years ago.  CAMP Rehoboth is a LGBT community service organization that has grown from its original small office on Baltimore Avenue, publishing a 4-page newsletter to a nationally-known organization with a long list of services, activities, events and programs.

The once modest Letters from CAMP Rehoboth newsletter now runs anywhere from 88 to 120 pages an issue.

Visitors are invited to visit the Rehoboth Beach Museum to view past issues of the newsletter, photos and t-shirts from the early days of the organization.

The shovel used to break ground for the new community center is on display, as is a bumper sticker stating “Keep Rehoboth a Family Town”, a tangible example of the tensions in the community that led to the founding of CAMP Rehoboth.  Also on display is a framed ceremonial copy of SB121 which added the words “sexual orientation” as a protected class under Delaware’s non-discrimination laws.

The Rehoboth Beach Museum is open 10 – 4 from Monday through Friday, 11 – 3 Saturday and Sunday.  It is located at 511 Rehoboth Avenue by the Rehoboth Beach Visitor’s Center and by the Roundabout.  Admission is by donation.  Call 302-227-7310 for more information.  And, please visit


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January 31st, 2013

What’s Going On?, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Events, 2013 Lewes Polar Bear Plunge, Special Olympics Delaware, Pooch Plunge, Polar Ice Cream Throwdown, CAMP Rehoboth Chorus Winter Concert, Delaware Beaches, February 1 – 3, 2013!!


The other day someone said to me how much they loved the changes in the seasons.  You are not kidding!!  We have had frigid temperatures, snow, rain, wind, balmy breezes, and all in a matter of a week.  Still, the truth of the matter is that Southern Delaware is lucky to have mild winters.  Lots of people coming to play and stay at the Delaware beaches….you know, low property taxes, tax free shopping, restaurants and the outdoors.

If you are visiting this week-end you have might have to be bold.  You will, definitely, get cold.  It is a week-end festival of sorts with events that get the communities together.  So, this is what’s going on in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.


Friday, 2/1 – 2/3 – The Lewes Polar Bear Plunge, a major fundraising event for Special Olympics Delaware.  Website? The Lewes Polar Bear Plunge started in 1992.  Since then, it has become a Delaware Happening every year.  “Special Olympics Delaware changes lives by promoting understanding, acceptance and inclusion between people with and without intellectual disabilities.”  Want to know more?  Please visit

Please note that the OnLine Registration is now closed for the 2013 Plunge, but you can still register at the event as a Day-Of Bears at the Plunge and Day-Of Runners at the run.  You can find the schedule at

If you have still not registered and is Sunday morning, you can still do that beginning at 10 a.m.  All you will need is $50.  Look for a special line that says “Day-of Bears” at the registration tent on Rehoboth Avenue near the Boardwalk.

New this Year?


The Pooch Plunge – Your 4-legged friends can support Special Olympics too.  Don’t leave them behind!  this event is at 11 a.m. on the beach at Rehoboth Avenue.  Each pooch registers for $25 and then “plunge” into wading pools that will be lined up at the beach.  Each of them will receive an official Pooch Plunge bandana and portable bowl.

The Polar Ice Cream Throwdown – King’s Ice Cream!!! It will take place from Noon until 5 p.m. on Saturday, 2/2 at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center, located on Rehoboth Avenue.  At the Throwdown, the 3 most popular flavors will be available for people to sample and vote as their favorite.  That winning flavor will be featured all summer at King’s Ice Cream, located on Second Street in Lewes.


Saturday, 2/2 – CAMP Rehoboth Chorus Annual Winter Concert, Broadway Our Way, at 7:00 p.m. at Epworth United Methodist Church in Rehoboth Beach.  The concert will feature popular songs from South Pacific, The Sound of Music, Carousel, West Side Story and Annie Get Your Gun.  This year’s concert will be let by Music Director Doug Yetter.  Tickets are $20 per person and can be purchased at Camp Rehoboth’s website,, or, you can call 302-227-5620.  Tickets will also be sold at the door but, last year’s concert attracted more than 400 people so if you can, get your tickets in advance.

“The CAMP Rehoboth Chorus is a community choral group providing high-quality musical entertainment for diverse audiences in Delaware.”

CAMP Rehoboth is celebrating 22 years in our community.  Its philosophy is to celebrate diversity, build a strong sense of community and create a more positive environment for all people; gay and straight.  If you would like to know more, please visit the website, call them at 302- 227-5620 or visit them at 37 Baltimore Avenue in downtown Rehoboth Beach.

Save the Date – April 11 through the 14th is CAMP Rehoboth’s Women’s Fest 2013, a 4-day event celebrating women!!  More info?  Please visit

Have a Good One!!

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December 14th, 2012

What’s Going On? Rehoboth Beach, A Christmas Carol, Entertainment, Films, Santa Visits Rehoboth Beach, Taxi?, Delaware Beaches

The 2012 tree was donated by the Donahue family.

The 2012 tree was donated by the Donahue family.

Slow Down…Relax, you are at the Beach!  It is hard to kick back and relax but if you are spending time in Rehoboth Beach during the Holidays, you will find that this town will let you do just that.  Walk the award-winning boardwalk, have coffee, a little tax free shopping, dinner and entertainment….plus Rehoboth is fully decked out this year!!


Friday, 12/14, Saturday, 12/15, Sunday, 12/16 – Last weekend to see a never before seen Delaware production of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.  The classic story with a script and music brand new to the Clear Space Stage.  Journey with Ebenezer Scrooge through London of past, present, and future in a new Holiday Tradition at the beach!!  Friday and Saturday nights performances will be at 7 p.m.  Sunday, it will be at 3 p.m.  Clear Space Theatre Co. is located in beautiful downtown Rehoboth Beach.  You can grab something to eat and then just walk to enjoy a night of entertainment.  Location?  20 Baltimore Avenue.  Tel. 302-227-2270.  Website?


Monday, 12/31 – Save the Date and reserve your spot – Showstoppers on New Year’s Eve.  A group of talented vocalists take the stage at 9 p.m. to perform an unforgettable selection of showtunes. Immediately following the show, dance into the New Year with a live swing band led by Doug Yetter.  Enjoy a selection of hors d’oeuvres and cash bar all evening.  All this plus dessert and a champagne toast at midnight for only $50.

Friday, 12/14 – Entertainment at Jakes Seafood, located at 19178 Coastal Highway, will be from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. Performing will be John Remy who started performing professionally in 1977 in Ocean City, Maryland.  Since the, he has played in countless venues.  He is currently playing with Joe Smooth from No Byscuyts, 2 Much Stuff, Poole and the Gang, as well as many solo performances in the mid Atlantic region.  Want to know more, please visit  More info. on Jakes Seafood can be found at


Friday, 12/14 – Red Square Caviar Bar located at 162 Rehoboth Avenue has over 180 Vodkas.  Specialty Martinis, Russian Caviar, French Foi Grass with or without truffles, smoked salmon are a few of the delicacies at Red Square.  They also have smoked meats and desserts.  Tonight, Friday, 12/14 from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. Everett Spells performs favorite soft, sweet, soul sounds with his magnificent Sax.  Door prize drawings every hour for a Jazz Festival wine glass.  Tel. 302-226-7782.  Website?  You can find Red Square Caviar Bar on Facebook.


Friday, 12/14, Saturday, 12/15 – Sydney’s Music Revival at Bethany Blues, located at 18385 Coastal Highway, between Lewes and Rehoboth Beach.  Performances begin at 8 p.m.  On Friday, Elwood Bishop and No Byscuyts.  On Saturday, Oh Boy Christmas Roc-a-Billy.

Saturday, 12/15 – “George’s Music for the Royal George” at 2:30 p.m. at the Lutheran Church of our Saviour, located on Bay Vista Rd. in Rehoboth Beach.  It is being presented by the Brandywine Baroque.  Arias from Handel’s “Samson” and songs by Teleman, Festing & Tessarini.  $18 for students.  Free for 16 and under.  More info? Please call 302-594-4544.  Website?


Saturday, 12/14 and Sunday, 12/15 – Santa visits Rehoboth Beach.  Right at the end of Rehoboth Avenue and the Boardwalk.  On Saturday from 3 to 5 p.m.  On Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m.  No charge.  Donations accepted.  Bring your camera!!


Keep these films in mind:  Rehoboth Beach Film Society

Friday, 12/28 – December Monthly’s Screening will present the award-winning documentary “Bill Cunningham New York” at 7:00 p.m. upstairs screening room at the Movies at Midway located on Coastal Highway in Rehoboth Beach. This documentary traces the singular life and carer of the legendary New York Times fashion photographer, Bill Cunningham, whose iconic photos have spotlighted everything from hip-hop to haute couture.  He is now in his 80s and continues to bike around NY shooting the New York Times “On the Street” photo section.  The San Francisco Chronicle calls the film “deeply moving” and “visually stunning”.  Admission $4 for current members (card must be presented).  $6 for future members.  Tickets are sold at the door on a first come, first serve basis.

Saturday, 12/29 – The Rehoboth Beach Film Society and CAMP Rehoboth are co-sponsoring a screening of “Cloudburst” starring Oscar winning Olympia Dukakis and Brenda Fricker at 2:00 p.m.  The screening will be held at the upstairs screening room at the Movies at Midway located on Coastal Highway in Rehoboth Beach.  This film was a 3-screening sellout at the 2012 Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival and features virtuoso performances from Dukakis and Fricker.  Thias uproarious comedy-drama centers on the 2 women, a committed couple for 31 years.  Stella (Dukakis) has a foul mouth and a taste for confrontation.  Dot (Fricker) is losing both her sight and her grip on reality.  When Dot’s neurotic granddaughter shows up, announcing that she intends to break the couple up by putting Dot in a nursing home, Stella sees a way out; they must head to Canada and get married.  What follows is an alternately poignant and riotous comedy that has much to say about the true nature of love and commitment.  Tickets $7.00 can be purchased online by visiting, or by calling 302-645-9095.  Please note that tickets are non-refundable.


Transportation in Rehoboth Beach:

Beach Ride Taxi:  24 hour 7 Day – Dispatch Service.  Serving Lewes, Rehoboth, Dewey, Bethany, All airports. You can find them on Facebook.  302-645-6800

Shamrock Taxi and Shuttle:  Available 24/7, Airport Service, 15 passenger bus available.  302-360-8360

Jolly Trolley Car Service:  Go anywhere service.  302-227-1197  Website?

Have a great week-end!!


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August 31st, 2012

What’s Going On? Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Vacationing in the Nation’s Summer Capital, Activities, Events, Delaware Beaches


Where has the summer gone?  Way too fast for many.  Someone put on facebook a comment regarding the summer coming to an end.  I am saying….not so fast.  The Second Season in Rehoboth Beach is just beginning and when you might think that the 2012 Summer is a thing of the past, well, think again because Rehoboth Beach has so many festivals and events that it might be worth taking a trip back.


So, What’s Going On?

Saturday and Sunday, 9/1 and 9/2 – A 2-Night event for CAMP Rehoboth.  It is the 25th Sundance Celebration to take place at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center, located at 229 Rehoboth Ave. in Downtown Rehoboth Beach.  On Saturday there will be silent and live auctions and cocktail buffet, open bar.  On Sunday, 9/2 is The Sundance.  The party begins at 8 p.m.  Dancing until 2 a.m.  Open bar; music all night long.  $80 for both events or $45 for one.  Tickets are available in advance at  Or, by calling 302-227-5620.  Cash/Check/American Express/VISA/Master Card/Discover.

Until September 30th – Exhibits opening at the Rehoboth Art League – 4th Regional Juried Show, Delaware and New Mexico Paintings, New Works by Denise Dumont.  The Rehoboth Art League is located at 12 Dodds Lane.  Tel. 302-227-8408.  Website?  Hours:  Monday – Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.  Sunday from Noon until 4 p.m.


Looking for some venues to listen to music?  Plenty of them at all the Delaware Beaches.  On July 23rd I posted Links to Music Venues at the Delaware Beaches.  All you have to do is click on July 23, 2012 and enter any of the sites to see if you like whose playing.

Speaking of which.  We all have favorites.  Check the following:

Friday, 8/31 – Rehoboth Beach Bandstand – The Diamonds. Saturday, 9/1, the entertainer will be Mario Rocco.  Both sows will begin at 8 p.m.  For more info., please visit

Bethany Blues – Friday (tonight) is Lionel Young Band.  He was trained as a classical violinist, but he plays the blues and a distinctive brand of blues it is.  He plays on the electric violin.  Should be a good one.  On Saturday, 9/1 The Divas of One Love will be taking the stage.  2 women that play a bit of everything; from Soul, R & B, Reggae, to Motown.  Both, will start at 9 p.m.  The website?

At the Cove in Dewey – Saturday, 9/1,  Jimmy Smooth and on Sunday, 9/2, John Eddie will take the stage.  These 2 entertainers have big followers at the Beaches.  More info? Both shows are supposed to start at 9 p.m.

John Eddie

John Eddie

Don’t want to cook?  I don’t blame you.  It is a holiday week-end, afterall.  Earl is cooking again, all week-end long at Rustic Acres Farm.


This is also the home of Rehoboth Dairy.  He will have chicken and ribs, while they last.  He told me they are the best and that the meat falls off the bones.  You be the judge.  Stop by and check them out.  They are located on Holland Glad Rd.  If you are coming from Rehoboth and Dewey, just turn right after Tomato Sunshine.  That’s Holland Glade Rd.  Then, go almost all the way to the end of the road.  They will be on the left.  If you are coming from the Lewes areas and points north, then you will have to turn around at the intersection of Rt. 1 and Shuttle Rd., then turn right after Tomato Sunshine.


They have local produce, like green tomatoes, red tomatoes, and melons.  Earl told me his corn is the best and he gets it from Greenwood.  By the way their milk is awesome!!  I rave about it all the time.  But, Earl also told me that his cream is unbelievable….if you like cream soups he said you won’t taste a better soup if it is made with his cream.  Cows are in the back.  Fresh!!  I almost forgot, they serve ice cream too.


As I sat on the beach in Rehoboth on Thursday, I was watching this little boy.  It reminded me of my kids.  They loved the beach.  This little guy was with his father.  It looked like it was his first time of the beach.  He was adorable.


How about the guy swimming with the dolphins right by him?


From Lewes to Fenwick Island, there are 24 miles of beach.  Yours to pick and choose.  The bay on the other side.  The best of both worlds.


Have a great holiday week-end…..relax you are at the beach!!


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April 26th, 2012

What’s Going On? Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Activities, Events, Entertainment, Delaware Beaches


Going to Rehoboth this week-end?  So am I.  After been away for over a week, it is time to leave The Village by the Sea, or Delray Beach, and start enjoying the beginnings of what is expected to be a fantastic summer season at the Delaware Beaches.

So, let’s see……

Gelato Gal is open again for the season.  The weather has been so warm that she will open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 1 p.m. until 9 p.m.  Gelato Gal has the most amazing gelato.  You are going to be hooked….don’t be mad, we all have had to do a few laps around the neighborhoods to work out those extra calories.  Gelato Gal is located at 20200 Coastal Highway, or Rt. 1, in Rehoboth Beach.  Tel. 302-227-1001.  Website?

Amanda Randall is the owner.  She will even give you a few tastes to make sure that’s the flavor you like.  I received an e-mail from her and she has signed up for an artisan chocolate class at the French Culinary Institute in May .  Hopefully, she will be able to introduce another amazing dessert to our area!!  Her words, not mine.  I have written about this wonderful place several times.  Just put Gelato Gal on the search, on the right hand corner of the website.

Friday, 4/27 – Film Event brought to all of us by the Rehoboth Beach Film Society.  Monthly Screenings feature films and discussions about the various cultures in the world, including the diversity in our own country.  Margin Call at 7 p.m., upstairs Screening Room, at Movies at Midway, located on Coastal Highway.  $4 for member of the Society and $6 for future members.  Purchase tickets at the door.

Margin Call, a thriller drama follows the key people at an investment bank over a 24-hour period, during the early stages of the financial crisis.  If you would like to see the trailer, please visit

Janet Redman, Financial Advisor at Merrill Lynch will lead a post-screening discussion.

Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 4/27 – 4/29 – Designer Show House, located at 10 Fourth St. in Rehoboth Beach.  Vintage 1920s Rehoboth Beach Home decorated by Preeminent Interior and Landscape Designers.  Sponsored by The Village Improvement Association.  For tickets and information, please call 302-227-2598 or 302-227-1466.  Or, better yet, check the website

Please note that the Designer Show House will also be open on May 4th through May 6th.

Friday, 4/27 – Sunday, 4/29 – Jerry’s Girls is a celebration of the music of Jerry Herman.  Under the direction of Fay Jacobs, and starring the Annapolis Divas!  Friday and Saturday performances at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.  Sunday, at 3 p.m.  Tickets? $20  For more info., please call 302-227-5620 or visit

Friday, 4/27 and Saturday, 4/28 – Sydney’s Music Revival at Bethany Blues, Lewes, located at 18385 Coastal Highway. (Between Lewes and Rehoboth Beach).  8:00 p.m.

Friday, The Crawstickers

Saturday, Galaxy Collective

Saturday, 4/28 – Join members and friends of the Rehoboth Beach Museum on Saturday from 2 to 3 p.m. at the Museum located at 511 Rehoboth Ave., for a discussion about colorful quilt squares painted on barns around the country.  Free with admission to the Museum.  Please call 302-227-7310, or visit

See you in Rehoboth….have a good one.  Remember, you are at the beach…kick back and relax!!


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March 19th, 2012

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


Small towns, scenic  waterways, and beach resorts are part of what Southern Delaware is all about.  The best of both worlds; the beach and the bay.  Great eateries; shops with everything you can imagine for the casual living we all love at the beach.  One of those towns is Rehoboth Beach.  And if you are fortunate to be visiting during spring break or just getting out of your own city for some R & R, then check what’s going on.

Wednesday, 3/21 – Last Call from the Rehoboth Beach Film Festival for the Artwork Contest for the 2012 Independent Film Festival.  Deadline is by 4:45 p.m.  For more info., visit  The selected artwork will be used in the creation of a Festival Poster, programs, t-shirts, and other memorabilia and/or Film Society publicity.

Thursday, 3/22 – Summer House’s 2nd Annual Countdown to Spring Party!!  Starting at 8 p.m.  The Summer House is located at 228 Rehoboth Ave.  Website?   Tickets are $15 each.  A percentage of the ticket sales will be donated to the Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Co., and the Rehoboth Beach Police Dept.

First 50 tickets sold get a double shot for the travel voucher.  There will be complimentary appetizers and special drink prices.  Fabulous Giveaways & Fun Prizes like Phillies Tickets, $500 Travel Voucher, Weber Grill and Golf for Two at Baywood.  So, stop by for awesome food, great drinks and good times.


Thursday, March 22nd – New weekday matinee!!  My Fair Lady is being presented by Clear Space Theatre Company, located at 20 Baltimore Ave. in dowtown Rehoboth Beach.  This Thursday, 3/22 the matinee will be at 11 a.m.  On Friday, 3/23 is “Pay What You Can” Night.  My Fair Lady opened 56 years ago.  The creative minds at Clear Space have scaled this show down to fit their intimate 150 seat theatre.  Tickets are $30 for General Admission, $25 for Seniors and students, $15 for children.  Check for more information, and to purchase tickets online.  There will be performances on other days, as well, so make sure to check the website.  You may also call 302-227-2270.

Friday, 3/23 – Rehoboth Beach Film Society is screening Man in the Chair, starring Christopher Plummer.  Monthly Screenings feature films and discussions about various cultures of our world including the many varied cultures in our own country.  The doors open at 6:30 p.m. but the screening starts at 7:00 p.m.  Admission is $4 for members and $6 for future members.  Check the website, and the trailer to find what this featured film is all about.

Worthy of mention is – The DVD of The ’62 Storm is available now for $15.  On Ash Wednesday 50 years ago a powerful nor’easter struck the Delaware coast.  You can own a copy of the film directed by Delaware filmmaker Michael Oates, which documents the historical event.  Please visit

NEWS – The City of Rehoboth Beach goes Parkmobile  – Quarters or Cell….it will be your Choice!!  Visitors and residents of Rehoboth Beach will be able to conduct their parking transactions by mobile phone.  It will be a City Wide Program, available at All On-Street Meters.

For more info. visit  You can also contact locally, Carol Everhart at the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center at 302-227-6446.  Parking made simple?  I hope so!!

Saturday, 3/24 – Second annual Needlework Exhibit.  The Rehoboth Beach Historical Society will host its Second Annual Needlework Exhibit at the Rehoboth Beach Museum.  The show ill be judged by a nationally certified judge and ribbons will be awarded.  For more information, please visit, call 302-227-7310 or stop by by the Museum located at 511 Rehoboth Ave.

Saturday, 4/14 – I know that it is still some weeks away but since it will be a popular screening, I am passing the info. in case you might want to purchase tickets in advance.  The Rehoboth Beach Film Society and Camp Rehoboth are co-sponsoring a screening of “Serving in Silent:  the Margarethe Cammermeyer Story” at Women’s Fest 2012.

The screening will be at 1:30 p.m. on 3/14 at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center on Rehoboth Avenue.

Glen Close won the Outstanding Lead Acress Emmy for her performance in this made-for t.v. drama about the rights of homosexuals in the military.  This true story follows the legal challenge of Col. Margarethe Cammermeyer to her involuntary discharge.  After the screening, Grethe Cammermeyer will be present to discuss the journey of her fight against the system.

A Women’s Fest 2012 pass includes admission to this screening.  Otherwise, tickets are $10 and can be purchased by calling RBFS at 302-645-9095 or online at

Note:  Doggies at the Beach located in Rehoboth Beach is looking for an experienced part time groomer.  Expanding their services mean adding another experienced groomer to their staff.  2 days per week/evenings.  Finders fee and sign on bonus for the hired experienced groomer.  Please call Jim at 302-644-8200.  Visit

Have a good one!!  Talk to you later.  And…remember to take a walk on the beach!!


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August 31st, 2011

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Slowly the visitors are coming back to celebrate what a lot of people might think is the last hurrah for the beaches.  Not so fast.  The fall schedule for all the beaches is strong with activities, events, arts and entertainment to satisfy everyone, including the young ones.

The Labor Day Holiday week-end is looking so good.  The weather?  Those blue skies and that ocean keep us here week after week.  September is one of the best months.

If you are visiting  us, have a great time.  Relax and kick back.  Check the following events.


Friday, 9/2 – Rehoboth Beach Museum offers Guided Tour of the Anna Hazzard Tent House.  It was built in 1895 for use as housing during religious camp meetings, the Anna Hazzard Tent House is located at 17 Christian St. It was originally located on Baltimore Ave., and moved to its current location in 1975 and opened as the first Historical Society museum in 1977.  Natalie Becker will be your host.

Docent Natalie Becker with Kristina

Docent Natalie Becker with Kristina

Tour goers will then drive to the Rehoboth Beach Museum located at 511 Rehoboth Ave.  The museum, formerly the town’s ice house, is currently hosting a few exhibits.  “Rehoboth Speaks: The Story Nation’s Summer Capital” tells the story of the founding and growth of Rehoboth Beach.  The other exhibit is “Skimming the Surface:  Surfing, Skimboarding and Flotating off the Delmarva Coast.  The exhibit celebrates the active surfing community that thrived in the 1960s and 1970s on coastal Delmarva.


The tour starts at the Anna Hazzard Tent House at 9:00 a.m.  It is free of charge but space is limited.  You must register by calling 302-227-7310 to reserve your space.



Funland – Exhibit – For many summers, locals and visitors alike have flocked to Funland, the popular amusement park on the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk, for games, rides, and fun.  The Rehoboth Beach Museum is now celebrating Funlands’ 50th year in business with a display of photographs in the museum’s main corridor.  The snapshots illustrate the fascinating history of the popular destination, which was originally called the Sport Center before it was bought by the Fasnacht family in 1961.  After refurbishing the building and rides after the devastating storm of 1962, the Fasnachts opened Funland to the public, and since then, it has become one of the city’s treasured pastimes.


The Museum is open Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. unitl 4 p.m.  Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.  Regular admission is $5 for adults, $3 for seniors, college students and military, $2 for children ages 13-17.  For more info., please call 302-227-7310.



Tuesday, 9/6 – Rehoboth Beach Farmers Market from Noon until 4 p.m. at Grove Park.  Baked goods, fresh produce and flowers.  More info? Please visit


News from Clear Space Theatre Company located at 20 Baltimore Ave., Rehoboth Beach

Scrooge Auditions – Scrooge is coming back for another spirited holiday season.  Clear Space Theatre Company’s own original musical version of the classic Charles Dickens tale has been revamped for its annual production, which starts November 25th at 7 p.m.


For auditions, please contact Michael Mathias at, or you can visit for more info.


Clear Space Theatre Company opens it newest production, “Broadway Rhythms” on September 23rd and the organization will celebrate the start of their seventh season in a big way.  The season kick-off event, “A Night  ‘On the Town'”, will be an evening full of food, friends and great entertainment.


It will begin at 5:30 p.m. with drinks, appetizers and a silent auction at the theatre.  Festivities then move to 4 of Rehoboth’s best restaurants for dinner at 7:00 p.m., with choices of Adriatico,  Cafe Azafran, Eden and MIXX.  at 9:00 p.m., patrons will be treated to the premier performance of Clear Space’s newest production, “Broadway Rhythms.  Following the performance, audience members will have the chance to mingle with the cast and crew.

Limited tickets are available for the opening night gala, priced at $100 per person.  It includes two drink tickets, appetizers, dinner and the show.  No online purchase is available for this particular event.  Please call the box office at 302-227-2270 to reserve.  The run will continue from September 24th to October 9th.  Tickets for those performances will be $25 for adults, $20 for seniors, $15 for students and $5 for children 12 and under.  They are available at, by phone at 302-227-2270 or in person in the box office located at 20 Baltimore Ave.


Saturday, 9/3 –  Race – 21st Last Blast Prediction 5K – from 6:30 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. at The Grove Park in Rehoboth Beach by the roundabout.  For more information, please visit  Or, contac Tim Bamford by emailing him at


Saturday, Sunday, 9/3, 9/4 – Sundance 2011 – A benefit for CAMP Rehoboth Community Center.  It is a 2-night event at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center located at 229 Rehoboth Ave.  CAMP Rehoboth is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, gay and lesbian cummunity service organization originally created to create a more positive relationship among all the people in the Rehoboth Beach area.  For more info., please visit http://www.camprehobothcom.

Opening on Saturday, 9/3 the Sundance Auction and Cocktail Buffet with open bar, silent and live auctions from 7 – 10 p.m.

Sunday will be The Sundance – The party begins at 8 p.m. with dancing until 2 a.m. 

Tickets are $80 for both events or $45 for each one.  They are available through the website above mentioned or at CAMP Rehoboth tel. 302-227-5620.


News from The Rehoboth Beach Film Society

Wednesday – 9/7 Screeing of Illegal at the Screening Room located at Movies at Midway on Rt. 1.  It is FREE.

Tania is a former teacher from Russia, and is living in Belgium with her 13 year old son, Ivan.  Living in constant fear of being discovered, one day she is stopped for a routine police chedk and subsequently arrested…90 minutes, not rated.  It is in French and Russian with English subtitles.

Around the World is a series of critically acclaimed, award-winning, international independent films.  It takes place on the first Wednesday of each month from September until May.  For more info., please call the Film Society at 302-645-9095 or you can also visit


Monthly Screening Series from the Rehoboth Beach Film Society – The mission of RBFS is to promote the art of film and, through outreach initiatives, to entertain, educate, and enrich the cultural life of local and extended communities.

In a Better World – Thursday, 9/22 at 7:00 p.m. at DiFebo’s in Bear Trap Dunes, Friday, 9/23 at 7:00 p.m. in the upstairs screening room at the Movies at Midway.

In a Better World centers on Anton, a doctor who commutes between his home in an idyllic town in Denmark and his work at an African refugee camp.  In these two very different worlds, he and his family are faced with conflicts that lead them to difficult choices between revenge and forgiveness….Danish and Swedish with English subtitles, not rated, 119 minutes.

Following the screening, Eric Kafka (President, RBFS Board of Directors) will lead a discussion.  Eric is a psychologist with a private practice in Lewes, DE.  He has coordinated and let analytical discussions of the Film Society’s What Makes us Tick? program for the past 3 years.

Monthly screenings are $3 for members with current membership and card presented, and $5 for non-members.  For more information, please call 302-645-9095.  Or, visit


Friday, Saturday, Sunday – 9/9, 9/10, 9/11 – 15th Annual Delaware Antiques Show and Sale at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center.

Friday and Saturday from 10 until 6 p.m.

Sunday from 10 until 5 p.m.

$6 Admission.  For more info., please call 302-542-3286 or 302-226-5456.

The show and sale will feature selected exhibitors offering 18th and 19th century American, primitive and period furniture and accessories, among other items.


Rehoboth Beach Bandstand – Labor Day Week-End Entertainment  at 8:00 p.m.


Friday, 9/2 – The Diamonds – It has been over 50 years since they released the hit called Little Darlin’….If you cannot remember, then you were too young so please visit because they are still putting on a great show.

Saturday, 9/3 – Mario Rocco – He calls it The Parade of Stars, a mixture of some of the best of recognizable performers.  He has opened for The Temptations, The Drifters, The Coasters and many others, including being chosen to perform for the President at a 911 benefit concert.  More info.?  please visit

Sunday, 9/4 – DSU Approaching Storm Marching Band – It has gained both national and international acclaim, performing in England, The Netherlands, and the National Football League at Veterans Stadium, Ravens Stadium, JFK Stadium and the Pontiac Silverdome.


That’s all for now.  Please enjoy the beach and have fun….talk to you later….


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