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Community Calendar
February 7 - February 7
Greenwood Public Library
Time: 6pm-7:30pm Location: Greenwood Public Library Description: Journalist Nancy E. Lynch, author of the award-winning book, Vietnam Mailbag, Voices From the War: 1968-1972, and Vietnam veteran Rick Lovekin join forces for a multi-media program on February 7 at 6 p.m. at the Greenwood Public Library. The program is underwritten by a grant from the Delaware Humanities Forum and is free and open to all 12 years and older. No registration required.rnrnThis program is targeted to enrich patrons' understanding of world history through lecture by qualified instructors with time for audience questions and comment. For more information contact: Robin 302-855-1242 or visit delawarelibraries.libcal.com/event/9779675
February 9 - February 9
Kent County Public Library
Time: 3:00-4:30 pm Location: Kent County Public Library (497 S Red Haven Lane) Description: Ages 16 and up. Explore short documentaries by Oscar-winning filmmaker Orlando Von Einsidel, inspired by Nobel Prize winners. Participants will watch the brief film with the group and then discuss. Limited seating; preregistration is required. (Please note: If fewer than 10 people have preregistered by Monday, Frebruary 6, the program will be canceled.)rnrnThis month, we will screen "Lost and Found," about the brutal campaign by the Myanmar military which has driven more than 700,000 Rohingya from their homes, separating thousands of families from loved ones along the way. The story follows Kamal Hossain, a Rohingya refugee who has dedicated his life to reuniting separated refugee children with their families. For more information contact: 302-744-1919 / Cathy or visit delawarelibraries.libcal.com/event/10043307
February 11 - February 11
THE LITTLE SCHOOL AT KIDS COTTAGE
Time: 10AM-4PM Location: 105 MONT BLANC BLVD Description: Hey Moms, we really think you're going to like this! We have searched high and low for the best vendors around who have moms in mind. Grab all your friends and pamper yourself with a morning/afternoon of shopping, treats and glam! From boutiques like Golden Poppy and Gingham and Grace, to small women run businesses like Bellaloo Pet Couture and Moon Child Sweets. We are so excited to offer this market on 2/11/23 from 10am-4pm!rnWe will also host a raffle, directly benefiting the Jane Richter scholarship fund!rnPlease reach out to Miss Alexis at the little school at Kids Cottage by calling (302) 734-3040 if you have any questions! Proceeds Benefit: The Jane Richter Scholarship Foundation For more information contact: Alexis Stotler (302) 734-3040 or visit fb.me/e/2xBBtQBYF
February 12 - February 12
Kent County Public Library
Time: 1:30-4:00 pm Location: Kent County Public Library Description: rnAnnual Valentine's Shakespeare Live Reading -- "Antony and Cleopatra"rnrnJoin us for a live reading of William Shakespeare's historical tragedy, Antony and Cleopatra. Participate by taking a part, or stay and listen as the magic unfolds. Preregistration is encouraged. For more information contact: Cathy Michalski / 302-744-1919 or visit delawarelibraries.libcal.com/event/10043394
February 14 - February 14
Greenwood Public Library
Time: 12pm-2pm Location: Greenwood Public Library Description: On Tuesday, Feb. 14, from 12 - 2pm, a representative from Delaware Health and Social Services will be available in the main area of the library to distribute literature on Medicare and signs of suspected fraud plus answer any questions community members might have.rnrnThis time is designed to provide access for citizens to important information regarding Medicare and its proper use. For more information contact: Robin 302-855-1242 or visit delawarelibraries.libcal.com/event/10075379
February 17 - February 17
Kent County Public Library
Time: 6:30-7:30 pm Location: Kent County Public Library Description: Join us for an evening of laid-back, free live music featuring Newark-based singer-songwriter/folk Americana duo, The Honey Badgers. For more information contact: 302-744-1919 / Hilary or visit delawarelibraries.libcal.com/event/10043492
March 2 - April 6
Greenwood Public Library
Time: 3pm-4:30pm Location: Greenwood Public Library Description: Eating Smart and Moving More for AdultsrnrnStarting March 2nd at 3:00pm, A nutrition assistant from the University of Delaware will present a 6-week nutrition class that teaches individuals how to make healthy, inexpensive meals. The lessons also include food safety, reading food labels, physical activity and the correct portion sizes. Each student will also receive calendars with recipes, measuring cups and spoons, meat and refrigerator thermometers, a free bag of groceries, and a certificate of completion. The classes are free and open to all 18 and older; registration is required. To register, please call 302-855-1242 or visit the library calendar at greenwood.lib.de.us.rnrnThis program is designed to teach patrons valuable cooking skills in a fun and upbeat environment while covering topics such as nutrition, food prep, kitchen safety, cultural foods, and budgeting. For more information contact: Robin Miller 302-855-1242 or visit delawarelibraries.libcal.com/event/9779682
March 4 - March 4
Milford Lions Club
Time: 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Location: Milford High School Description: The Milford Lions Club announces our 57th annual Spaghetti Dinner to be held as a takeout event at the Milford High School in Saturday, March 4, 2023. Our spaghetti dinner is one of our oldest fundraisers and has always been looked forward to by the community as well as members of the Lions Club.rnThe money raised from this event will be used towards our many charitable activities, such as scholarships, eye exams & eye glasses, early childhood vision screening, civic improvement projects and Christmas food baskets, to name a few. In keeping with the philosophy of Lions International, all funds received from the community go back to the community.rn Proceeds Benefit: Milford Lions Club Service Foundation For more information contact: secretarymlc@gmail.com 302-422-2861
March 15
Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council
Location: 110 West Church Street, Salisbury, MD 21801 Description: Do you, or anyone you may know, need financial aid for a career in the arts? If YES, then maybe Herbert D. Brent or Paul S. Hyde Art Scholarship IS for you!rnrnAre you age 16 or under and want to pursue the arts? Do you have the talent and desire but struggle with limited resources? OR are you a teacher or your leader who wants to expose or educate a group of students to the arts? Douglas I. Smith Memorial Grant might be for you!rnrnGo to http://www.GetSWAC.org for more information and applications. For more information contact: Shayne Parker 410-543-2787 or visit www.getswac.org
April 1 - April 1
Shore Made Artisan Collective
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Location: Crown Sports Center, Fruitland, MD Description: Shore Made Artisan Collective would like to invite you to the April 1, 2023 Spring Fling Market hosted by Crown Sports Center in Fruitland, Maryland. Talented artisans from the Eastern Shores of Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia will be on hand displaying a variety of items that they make/create/grow right here on Delmarva. There's no sweeter way to kick off the Spring season! 🌷🌞 Proceeds Benefit: TBD For more information contact: ShoreMadeCares@gmail.com or visit ShoreMade.org
April 23 - April 23
Delaware State Police 100th Anniversary
Time: 11:00 AM Location: Legislative Hall Dover, DE Description: Please join the Delaware State Police in celebrating our 100th anniversary tribute. Dignitaries and members of DSP will be acknowledging their 100 years of service to our community. All are welcome to attend. Proceeds Benefit: Delaware State Police For more information contact: Captain Andrew Lloyd 302-739-5900 or visit DSP.Delaware.gov



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