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May 28th, 2013

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


Dewey Beach is the perfect summer town.  It has everything….the Atlantic Ocean to the east and Rehoboth Bay to the west, separated by Coastal Highway.


It is the playground for the young at heart and the more matured crowd.  It offers watersports, bars, music, entertainment, restaurants, and plenty of sunshine!!

So, if you are visiting Dewey Beach this week, check What’s Going On?


Thursday, 5/30 – There is a Grand Opening Celebration and the public is invited!!  4 p.m. to 6 p.m.  The new Beach House Dewey is opening its doors!!  Their first summer in Dewey Beach.  The event is free and you will be able to check for yourselves what Beach House Dewey has to offer.  They will be serving light refreshments…live music by Chris Steele.

Beach House Dewey is a 47 room property that was acquired in 2012 by The Bernstein Companies, one of Washington D.C.’s oldest real estate development, investment, and hotel management organizations.  The hotel is located across from the Bottle & Cork, on 1710 Highway One (Coastal Highway).  Affordable accomodations with a smart, clean, and modern design to fit into the lifestyle is what the owners have expressed.


Thursday, 5/30 – The Bacon Brothers, Kevin and Michael will be performing at The Bottle & Cork on 1807 Highway 1 at 9 p.m.  You may get tickets through

Friday, 5/31 – Lez Zeppelin will be performing at The Bottle & Cork from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m.  Tickets are $15.


Rusty Rudder is located at 113 Dickinson St…..Did you know that they now have a Late Night Hot Dog Cart?  Hebrew National on the Rudder Deck from 9 p.m. until closing.  To check what’s on their schedule, please visit

Skim Camps, Skim Adventures….Summer Programs from Alley Oop and much more….located at 2000 Coastal Highway, Unit 106.  Tel. 302-227-7087.  Website  They have programs throughout the summer, so it is best you contact them directly.  You may want to also check

Surfing Lessons?  Liquid has the answer with individual surfing lessons this summer and fall.  Students will learn technique, equipment, ocean safety, and surfing etiquette.  They will learn the proper technique for paddling out, catching waves, and standing up.  The cost is $65 per person.  Groups of 4 or more, $50 per person.  Students must be 6 years old or older and be a competent ocean swimmer.  More info?  Please call Liquid at 302-227-7130 .  Website?  You may also email

July 2nd – Junior Lifeguarding Program by the Dewey Beach Patrol, ages 6 – 16.  Sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.  Location?  Dewey Beach Lifesaving Station on Dagsworthy Street and the Beach, rain or shine.  There is a $20 registration fee.  Interested?  Check  Then, click on programs.  Tel. 302-227-6365

July 2nd – Youth Recreation by the Dewey Beach Patrol.  The program will be offered on an evening basis beginning at 5:15 p.m. and ending at sunset, weather permitting.  Location? Dagsworthy Street and the Beach.  This program is intended to provide a facility, on the beach, that will meet the recreational needs of individuals ranging in age from early adolescents to teenage.  More info?  Please visit  You may also call 302-227-6365.

Taxi Anyone?  BEACH RIDE TAXI – 24 hours, 7 days a week.  Dispatch Service.  Serving Lewes, Rehoboth, Dewey, Bethany and all airports.  Tels. 302-645-6800, 302-226-8294.


Jolly Trolley is the best way to get around in Rehoboth Beach and Dewey…..New App will let you know the trolley’s location while it is operating.

Have a good one!

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