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May 31st, 2013

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


Another gorgeous, hot summer day in Rehoboth Beach!!  It’s Sea Fever at the Delaware Beaches.  It is our time to shine.  During the winter many head south; this time of the year the Mid-Atlantic beaches is the place to be.  Rehoboth Beach has unobstructed beaches…you won’t even have to move your chair once you claim your spot.


There are so many events and activities.  You can pick and choose what to do, or do nothing at all.  But, if you do want to know….here is What’s Going On.

Saturday, 6/1 – It is the first Rehoboth Beach VegFest.  A vegetarian celebration at the Beach.  11 a.m. until 5 p.m. at Epworth United Methodist Church on 19285 Holland Glade Rd. On Rt. 1, take a right after Tomato Sunshine.  The church is right there on your right.  Cooking demos, exhibitors, kid’s activities, veg food and very interesting speakers, you do not want to miss.  More info?

Saturday, 6/1 and Sunday, 6/2 – Eating Rehoboth Walking Food Tours – You Eat, You Sip, You Walk, You Discover!! It is a 3 hour culinary adventure through historic Downtown Rehoboth Beach.  Seasoned guides will bring you up to date with the local history and restaurant lore.   These tours are on-going throuhout the summer.  Please note they also have them on Fridays.  Tours are from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m.  Please call Zerve at 800-979-3370, or visit  I am going on Sunday to check it out!!


Sunday, 6/2 – Saturday, 6/8 – Restaurant Week in Rehoboth Beach!!  Delicious multi-course meals will be prepared by Rehoboth’s finest restaurants.  Rehoboth was voted by Frommer’s as “One of the Nation’s Top 20 Vacation Spots.  The James Beard Foundation has nominated 3 of Rehoboth’s chefs and restauranteurs for their culinary excellence.  So, this is you opportunity to try some of the restaurants that make Rehoboth Beach a dining destination.  From haute-cuisine and seafood to Mediterranean tapas and sushi…something for everyone.  To check the list of restaurants and what they are offering, please visit

From the Rehoboth Beach Film Society:

The moment the Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival ends…the works starts all over again. The 2013 Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival will take place November 6th through the 13th.  I was so happy to see that Damon Pla has been chosen once again as the winning artist to portrait the theme of this year’s festival.  His acyrlic on canvas titled “Old Man and The Must See” is the selection for the 16th anniversary of the Rehoboth Beach Film Festival.  Posters, programs, ads, t-shirts, and other materials will be released in July.  In 2011 Damon Pla’s work was also selected.  When asked what his inspiration was for this year’s piece, he replied “Old Man and The Must See” is based around the fascination of a combination of machines working together to serve one purpose, accentuating a journey, not a destination.  In this case, emphasizing the work of the camera, not the subject being filmed.


Damon Pla is from South Florida….He is a self made painter.  He offers original paintings, limited editions, commissions and trompe l’oeil/murals.  Happy he has made his home, here, in Southern Delaware.  Want to learn more?  Please visit  Tel. 302-541-6057.  Find him on Facebook, and Twitter.

FILM ENTHUSIASTS:  Enjoy a unique opportunity to screen film submissions for this year’s Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival.  The screenings will be taking place at the Movies at Midway on Coastal Highway in Rehoboth Beach and at the South Coastal Public Library in Bethany Beach.  The film screenings will begin at 7 p.m.  Admission? $2 at Movies at Midway, but free at the library in Bethany.  Tel. 302-645-9095.  Please visit


The Beach Eats – Exhibit at the Rehoboth Beach Museum – A celebration of eating in Rehoboth Beach.  The museum is located at 511 Rehoboth Avenue by the roundabout and Rehoboth Beach Chamber of Commerce.  It is a fun exhibit.  I wrote a post on May 23, 2013 so if you want to take a peek just click on the month of May, 2013 and scroll down to the date.  The iconic restaurants in Rehoboth Beach paved the way for the present restaurants.  Remember Sydney’s?  Sydney mentioned to me that having the restaurant at that time was “A Moment in Time”.  It certainly was.  So much fun and great food accompanied by amazing music.  Check it out…it is worth it.  More info?  Please visit


Doggies at The Beach is a 3,500 square foot indoor-cage free facility…my dog’s, Addy’s, favorite.  She feels like she is at home.  Can’t say enough about them.  Jim and his staff are true dog lovers.  Web cams, grooming, 24 hour supervision, training.


The “doggies” play or relax.  Check them out, they are open 7 days a week.  More. info?


Reminder:  Parking Meters are in effect in all Delaware Beaches.  In Rehoboth Beach, meters run from 10 a.m. until midnight daily.  $1.50 per hour.  Quarters and credit card via Parkmobile app accepted.  Credit cards are not accepted at parking merters.  Parking permits are required daily from 10 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. in all non-metered areas.  Scooters may park in car spots and pay accordingly or purchase a $40 permit to park in dedicated scooter spots.

Have a great week-end!!

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