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July 24 - July 24
Quarter Paddle Auction
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Indian River Vol. Fire Company is having a Quarter Paddle Auction at their Main Station No. One, 32628 Oak Orchard Road, Millsboro, Delaware on Thursday, July 24, 2014. Doors open at 6:15 p.m., with games starting at 7 p.m. Admission is $5 for the first paddle, additional paddles $2 each. Vendors may include but are not limited to: Avon, Celebrating Home, Longaberger, Mia Bella Candles, Pampered Chef, Paparazzi Jewelry, Premiere Designs Jewelry, Tastefully Simple, Tupperware, 31 Bags, "man cave items," mystery bags, gift baskets and a Chinese Auction. Refreshments will be available: Hamburgers, hot dogs French fries, baked items, soda/water. To reserve your ticket and/or a table, contact Linda, (302) 945-8430 or e-mail at
July 24 - July 24
Harrington Public Library
Location: 110 E. Center Street, Harrington, DE 19952 Description: Book Discussion Thursday, July 24th @ 6:00 pm—Join us for a book talk! This program will also be a Recent Reads, so bring along whatever you are currently reading to share with the group! This month we will be featuring "Garden Spells" by Sarah Addison Allen This program is a great way to meet new people. For more information contact: Marleena Young--302-398-4647 or visit
July 24 - July 24
First State community Action agency
Thursday, July 24th at 6:30PM, First State Community Action Agency will host an Energy Saving Educational community event at The Mount Calvary United Methodist Church . Those who attend will gain information on how to save energy and money as well as receive a no-cost Super Energy Saving Kit. This will be located at 25206 School Road in Seaford, DE.
July 25 - July 26
Innovative Initiative Glow Golf Tournament
Have you ever just wanted to let loose and have some fun while playing golf? The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce’s young professionals group, Innovative Initiative, put together a golf tournament like no other. This tournament will take place at Wild Quail Golf & Country Club at night! The course will be lit up to add a new twist to the game of golf. You’re invited to attend this unique event to raise funds to benefit the Leadership Central Delaware Scholarship fund and Gals that Give. The cost is $40, which includes food, entertainment, glow golf, and glow supplies. There will also be a 50/50 raffle and a cash bar. Don’t feel like golfing? Come out for a fun evening anyways! The cost will be $18 for food and entertainment. The Glow Golf Tournament will be July 25th, with a rain date on the 26th. Come out to Wild Quail Golf & Country Club at 7:30pm for a social hour, and 9pm for tee-time. To play and/or attend, call (302) 697-4653 or email We’re looking forward to a new and exciting tournament to benefit a great program. Let’s glow the course up!
July 25 - July 25
Harrington Public Library
Location: 110 E. Center Street, Harrington, DE 19952 Description: Job Center Friday, July 25th @ 1:00 pm— Come visit our Job Center Professional anytime from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm to learn how to put together a resume, cover letter, or if you have any other job related questions. No sign up necessary. For more information contact: Marleena Young--302-398-4647 or visit
July 26 - July 26
Mini Bear Productions, LLC
Time: 9:00 PM Location: Rehoboth Beach Convention Center Description: GLIMMER TWINS - A Rolling Stones Tribute Band - 50th Year Celebration Of The Rolling Stones Music - Come Celebrate also Mick Jagger's Birthday which is July 26th too! Wear Your Birthday Hats! Proceeds Benefit: Cancer Support Community, Delaware For more information contact: Cancer Support Community 302-645-9150 or visit
July 27 - July 27
Dave Skocik
At 2:00 p.m. on Sunday July 27th, Korean war veterans are welcome to come out to the Kent County Veterans Park on south little creek road across from the Ihop and behind the airbase carpet mart for your services to be honored. This memorial is dedicated to the 61st anniversary of the cease fire. Come join us!
July 28 - July 28
Harrington Public Library
Location: 110 E. Center Street, Harrington, DE 19952 Description: Computer Class Monday, July 28th @ 12:15 pm—Basic Computer Class. Space is limited; please sign up at the front desk. For more information contact: Marleena Young--302-398-4647 or visit
July 29 - July 29
Harrington Public Library
Location: 110 E. Center Street, Harrington, DE 19952 Description: Earth Worm Habitat Tuesday, July 29th @ 6:00 pm—Come to the library to make a worm habitat and adopt a worm to live in that new habitat! This program is only open to people 10 and up. For more information contact: Marleena Young--302-398-4647 or visit
July 29 - July 29
Dover City of Parks and Recreation
City of Dover is having an open house to share what the future holds for Mallard Pond Park. This allows you to share your thoughts and opinions on what to do for Mallard Pond Park. There will also be light refreshments served! In case of inclement weather, the open house will be held at the John W. Pitts Recreation Center. So come out Tuesday July 29th at 6:30! This open house will run until 8:30.
July 30 - July 30
Attorney General Beau Biden
Event: Delaware Military and Veterans Resource Fair. This starts at 10:00 a.m. and ends at 2:00 p.m. This event will be held at Delaware State University Martin Luther King center in Dover. This is a free one day fair open to active and reserve members of the United States military and Delaware National Guard, veterans, and their families. There is no need for RSVPS, and for more information visit (
July 31 - July 31
Harrington Public Library
Location: 110 E. Center Street, Harrington, DE 19952 Description: Cloudy Movie Marathon and Dinner Thursday, July 31st @ 4:00 pm –This movie marathon will feature 2 children’s movies about an inventor who just can’t seem to get anything right. For more information contact: Marleena Young--302-398-4647 or visit
August 4 - August 7
Ward Museum
Event: “Nature Photography Day Camp.” This is for ages 14-20, the campers will learn how to capture nature through digital photography and editing software. The lenses and equipment are provided. The registration deadline is July 23rd. This will cost about $200 unless you bring in your DSLR camera that meets the requirements. If they meet the requirements then you will only pay $150. Register online at This camp is located at The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury University.
August 7 - August 7
Ward Museum 2014 Nature Photography Summer Camp
SALISBURY, MD---The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury University, will host a nature photography summer day camp on August 4th, through August 7th, 2014. At Nature Photography Summer Camp, for youth ages 14-20, campers learn techniques for capturing nature through digital photography and editing software. Cameras, lenses and other equipment are provided, however a discount is available for students who can bring their own DSLR camera that meets minimum standards of performance as approved by instructor. Each participant will leave with two 8x10 prints and a collection of digital photos. Registration deadline is Wednesday, July 23rd. Cost for the camp is $200 ($150 if student possesses their own DLSR.) Pre-registration is required. For more information, to register, call 410-742-4988, ext. 104, or visit to register online.
August 8 - August 8
Internationally Renowned Photographer, Clyde Butcher to Keynote the 4th Annual Art in Nature Photo Festival
Join the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury University and Wicomico County Tourism, as they welcome internationally renowned landscape photographer and environmentalist Clyde Butcher, keynote speaker of the fourth Annual Art in Nature Photo Festival. Butcher’s keynote address takes place Friday, August 8, 2014 at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center from 7 – 9 p.m. followed by a question and answer period and book signing from 9 – 10 p.m. Made possible through a partnership with Wicomico County Tourism, attendees will have an opportunity to take advantage of hotel packages customized for the event. Hotel packages include one or more of the following: discounted hotel rooms; Clyde Butcher’s books, DVD’s and calendars, keynote admission tickets, Art in Nature Photo Festival event wristbands, and photography portfolio reviews. To book a hotel package or purchase tickets to the keynote address, visit The Fourth Annual Art in Nature Photo Festival includes a full weekend of activities for photography enthusiasts including competition, workshops, seminars, field sessions and marketplace. For more information, visit or call 410-742-4988, ext. 120.
August 8 - August 10
Fourth Annual Art in Nature Photo Festival
Photography enthusiasts are invited to show their creative side at the fourth annual Art in Nature Photo Festival, August 8-10 at the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury University. Participants may compete in the photo competition in either the professional, amateur or youth divisions and may enter their photographs in any of five categories: • Birds • Plants and animals other than birds • Landscape/scenery • Black and white • Macro photography Photographers compete not only for bragging rights, but also for their chance at top prizes, which includes cash, software supplied by Adobe Systems and photo accessories supplied by Wimberley. The competition is only a small part of a weekend loaded with photography-related activities. Sponsored by Wicomico County Tourism, the festival begins Friday evening with keynote speaker and internationally renowned landscape photographer and environmentalist Clyde Butcher. To the appreciating eye, Butcher’s dramatic black and white photographs that embody nature, the environment, and iconic landmarks are magical. For more than forty years, Butcher has been preserving on film the untouched areas of natures’ landscape. Through his large format photography, he is able to express with elaborate detail and texture, the distinguished intricacy of each landscape. His photographs explore his personal relationship with the environment and the exquisite beauty and depth of his work will draw the viewer into that relationship with nature. Among Butcher’s many awards are Florida’s Artist Hall of Fame Award, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the North American Nature Photography Association, and The Sierra Club’s Ansel Adams Conservation Award. Keynote attendees will be entranced by Butcher’s story of what catches his eye, his planning and timing, as well as the logistics—including which large-format camera to use—for capturing the essence of nature or a particular location. But that’s just the beginning; from spending hours waiting for just the right light to capture hundreds of photographs, choosing the negative, working in the darkroom and the daunting process of developing the negative so it eventually emerges into the stunning image that embodies the spirit of its subject. On Saturday and Sunday, the museum’s lobby turns into a Photography Marketplace, where visitors have the opportunity to shop for fine art photography in addition to other photo products. Lectures, demonstrations, seminars and workshops are offered throughout the weekend, as well. These learning opportunities are suited for photographers of all skill levels, from beginner to advanced, and touch on a wide range of topics, including: • Abstracts, seeking the unusual in the usual: Join multi award winning photographer, Mike Cable, as he offers a new way of looking at the marvelous details photographers encounter in everyday life. Cable’s carefully composed shots feature common objects reframed and revisited. • Birds of Prey Photo Shoot with Bill Wallen: This field session offers a rare opportunity for hands-on experience and instruction, while photographing several bird of prey species in their natural setting. • Focusing on the Hummingbird in your Backyard: This workshop is geared toward the amateur photographer who is interested in learning techniques and secrets for producing quality hummingbird photos, such as creating hummingbird habitat, and properly staging equipment. For a complete listing of activities, hotel packages, competition rules and prizes visit the Ward Museum web site at or call 410-742-4988, ext. 120.
August 10 - August 10
Best Buddies Delaware
Location: Dewey Beach Lions Club, 115 McKinley St, Dewey Beach, DE 19971 Description: 2014 Dewey Beach Buddy Run: 5K Run/Walk and Pancake Breakfast to Benefit Best Buddies Delaware and The Boardwalk Buddy Walk. 7:30 am Runners Breakfast | 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. Pancake Breakfast | All Welcome. Start/Finish at Dewey Beach Lions Club. 115 McKinley Street (on the bay). 5K Run/Walk Registration opens at 7:00 a.m. Run Starts at 8:10 a.m. $25 Registration (includes breakfast, shirt, and beverages). All you can eat pancake breakfast (can be purchased separately). $8 Adult | $4 Under 12. Includes: pancakes, eggs, bacon, sausage, home fries, toast, juice, coffee, and more. The Dewey Beach Buddy 5K Run/Walk and pancake breakfast are a combined fundraising and awareness effort by the Boardwalk Buddy Walk and Best Buddies Delaware. - See more or learn about partnership opportunities at: Proceeds Benefit: Best Buddies Delaware and The Boardwalk Buddy Walk For more information contact: Anne Chaffin, (302) 691-3187 or visit
August 16 - August 16
Seventh Annual Lewes Creative Writers’ Conference to be held at the Lewes Public Library
The Seventh Annual Lewes Creative Writers’ Conference will be held at the Lewes Public Library on Saturday, August 16, 2014 from 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM. Workshops on a variety of writing-related topics will be held throughout the day. The Lewes Creative Writers’ Conference is sponsored by the Lewes Public Library, the National League of American Pen Women, Diamond Branch, The Delaware Division of Libraries, The Delaware Division of the Arts and the Rehoboth Beach Writers’ Guild. To register for this free conference, visit or stop by the Library. There are two morning sessions. Workshops offered during the first morning session include “The Key to Memoir,” “Setting,” and “YA Writers Workshop (small group session).” Workshops offered during the second morning session include “Creating Characters Readers Can’t Forget,” “Young Adult Literature” and “Poetry Writing (small group session).” Following a lunch break where attendees can attend a lunchtime chat offered by the Delaware Division of the Arts or listen to readings by workshop presenters, there is an afternoon session with four workshop choices. These include “The Poem You Weren’t Expecting,” “Writing Feature Stories,” “Getting Published” and “Poetry Writing (small group session).” Space is limited in the three small group sessions, “YA Writers Workshop,” and the two “Poetry Writing” workshops and prior submission of materials is required by July 15th. Submission requirements can be found with the registration materials online or at the Library. For more information about the workshops, biographies of the workshop leaders and to register, visit or stop at the Library circulation desk. Please contact Billie Travalini at 302-764-0982 or with questions about specific workshops or materials to be submitted. Contact Kristen Gramer at the Library at 302-645-2733 with any registration questions. This program is made possible, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency dedicated to nurturing and supporting the arts in Delaware, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. This program is also supported by the Friends of Lewes Public Library.
August 21 - August 21
Lewis legion
Lewis Legion Bike Night is hosting a riders pig roast. This event will be taking place August 31st from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Tickets will be $8 in advance or $10 at the door. You get the roasted meat with 2 sides and a desert! All of the proceeds go to the Legacy Scholarship fund. For more information call 302-645-9965
September 1 - September 30
Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs to offer 21 special events during September 2014
The Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs will be sponsoring 21 special events during the month of September 2014 at the museums of the state of Delaware. Six of the events will explore the First State’s rich Native-American heritage and culture. A schedule of all 21 special programs is listed at . For additional information, call 302-744-5055. According to Nena Todd, site supervisor for the state’s downtown Dover museums, September is a time for Native-American people to return to their homelands. Traditionally, the coming of cooler weather provided a signal for native peoples to transition from their summer hunting and fishing grounds to more secure winter lodging. This tradition of seasonal travel continues in today’s Native-American communities with September serving as a time when families come together and communities celebrate their heritage. One of Delaware’s most well-known Native-American celebrations is the annual Nanticoke Indian Pow-Wow that will take place this year on Sept. 6 and 7. Administered by the Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs, the six museums of the state of Delaware—the New Castle Court House Museum, the John Dickinson Plantation, the First State Heritage Park Welcome Center and Galleries, The Old State House, the Johnson Victrola Museum and the Zwaanendael Museum—tell the story of the First State’s contributions to the history and culture of the United States. Through displays, exhibits and special programs, the museums explore how the state's distinctive physical environment, in combination with the people who came to live there, gave Delaware an identity that is different from any other place.
September 1 - September 1
Delmarva Postcard Club
In Dover on September 1st the Delmarva Postcard Club will be hosting a postcard and history show. Then later on in the month... Dealers in postcards and Delmarva Peninsula local history will be exhibiting at the United Methodist Church of Wyoming, located at 216 Wyoming Mill Road in Dover on Saturday, September 13. The event starts at 10 a.m. and runs until 4 p.m. There will also be free door prizes held every hour!
September 6 - September 6
Amish bike tour
The Amish Country Bike Tour will be held on Saturday, September 6, headquartered on Legislative Avenue in historic Downtown Dover. The early bird deadline for the best individual registration fee is coming up on Thursday, May 15. The following are the upcoming deadlines: Before May 16: $40/adult; $20/5-16 years; Under 5 free May 17-July 31: $50/adult; $25/5-16; Under 5 free August 1-September 6: $60/Adult; $30/5-16; Under 5 free Team registration is also open. Teams must have 10 members to qualify for the discounted rates. To enter as a team, team captains should email or call 302-734-1736. The 2014 presenting sponsor of the bike tour is WSFS Bank, and the exclusive newspaper sponsor is Delaware State News. Registration fee includes choice of five loops (15, 25, 50, 62 and 100 miles); up to four food/rest stops depending on the chosen loop; a slice of locally-baked pie served at the Amish Schoolhouse; bike tour maps; cyclist support; bike mechanics on duty; live music; and an after-tour party that includes a catered barbecue chicken and pulled port lunch with vegetarian options. Commemorative T-shirts are available for an additional fee and must be ordered in advance as they will not be available for sale the day of the event.
September 11 - September 13
Airlift Entertainment
Event: “Soundwave Music Festival” , This event takes place at Airlift Acres, this is a 50 acre outdoor venue located at 11039 Worcester Highway Berlin, MD behind the Holy Trinity Church. This is a 3 day rock festival is also full of food, vendors, pony rides, games and of course live music from national touring acts such as Slaughter, KIX, L.A. Guns, Trixter, Saving Abel, Wayland, Lynam, Blameshift and more. One day general admission tickets are $45.00, three day general admission tickets are $110.00, one day VIP passes are $75.00 and three day VIP passes are $180.00. To purchase tickets go to t (airliftentertainment)
September 13 - September 13
HIGHMARK WALK FOR A HEALTH COMMUNITY! At the beautiful Bellevue State Park, Wilmington, Delaware Saturday, September 13 The people we serve are counting on you to be part of the team to support Practice Without Pressure. The Highmark Walk has come to Delaware. 17 local organizations are participating, including PWP! Register to walk today or donate to support PWP. Anyone who donates $25 or more will receive a FREE tee-shirt to wear at the walk! PLUS, two generous donors have offered to match funds received for PWP, meaning your donation will DOUBLE! All funds raised help Practice Without Pressure fulfill the mission of helping people, especially those with disabilities, receive quality medical, dental and personal care with dignity and respect. Register now at
September 13 - September 13
AlS Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter
Location: The Boardwalk at "The Bandstand", Rehoboth, DE Description: The Walk to Defeat ALS® brings together thousands of people in our area to help The ALS Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter cover all the bases in the fight against Lou Gehrig’s Disease through research, advocacy and patient care services. The ALS Association leads the fight to treat and cure ALS and to make sure that people with ALS can live fuller lives through compassionate care and support. Learn more at or sign up for a walk at Registration 8:00 am Walk Starts 9:30 am Distance 2 miles Donations can be mailed to: The ALS Association 321 Norristown Rd. Suite 260 Ambler, PA 19002 For more information contact: For more information, contact Walk Chairs or visit
September 19 - September 21
Lake Forest High School Class 1970-75
Location: Harrington Description: LFHS Classes 1970-75 Friday Sept 19th 5:30 visit the high school then enjoy the rest of the evening at Harrington Raceway and Casino. Saturday September 20th 6:00 Dinner and dance at Harrington Moose Sunday September 21st 1:00 Picnic at Harrington Moose Proceeds Benefit: Lake Forest High School Spartan Six For more information contact: Barb Baynard 302-382-0366 or visit Visit us on Facebook Lake Forest High School Spartan Six
September 23 - September 23
Awareness for Linde
Time: Friendly's Location: 1500 Peoples Plaza Newark, DE 19702 Description: Hello, My name is Denise & I have a favor to ask. My Mother Linda was diagnosed with Cholangiocarcinoma (bile duct cancer) in Sept. 2013 & lost her battle in Dec. 2013. This is a very rare cancer & we need to bring awareness & help find early detection tests. My family & I are having a fundraiser in her honor on Sept. 23rd at Friendly’s in People’s Plaza in Newark, DE between 5PM – 9PM. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation to help find early detection. I was wondering if you would be able to post this event on your website. Thank you for taking the time to read this. Just by reading this one more person knows about this horrible disease. Proceeds Benefit: The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation For more information contact: Denise 302-229-0325 or visit
September 28 - September 28
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light the Night
Time: 4-6 pm. Location: Atlantic Sands Hotel & Conference Center Description: The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light The Night Walk funds treatments that are saving the lives of patients today. LLS is making cures happen by providing patient support services, advocacy for lifesaving treatments and the most promising cancer research anywhere. Proceeds Benefit: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society For more information contact: Jessica Holland, (302) 661-7300 ext. 2368 or visit
September 29 - September 29
Jean & Joan Cancer Fund and Beebe Medical Foundation Kick-Off Planning For 2014 Golf Tournament
The Beebe Medical Foundation and the Jean & Joan Cancer Fund recently kicked off planning efforts for the 15th Annual Jean & Joan Cancer Fund Annual Charity Golf Tournament and charity auction to take place Monday, September 29, at Kings Creek Country Club. Since its founding in 1999, the Jean & Joan Cancer Fund has donated $380,000 for cancer patient support at the Tunnell Cancer Center. The Fund donated $90,000 in 2013 alone for recliners, and for the purchase of new computer Workstations on Wheels (WOW) that allow nurses to remain at a patient’s bedside for patient care and charting. Previously, it purchased for Tunnell three patient transport vans and other emergency and diagnostic equipment. For information about the tournament, and sponsorship opportunities, visit the Fund’s website at


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