DELAWARE 105.9 WEATHER WATCH IS NOW ACTIVE



Community Calendar
August 6 - August 7
Delaware Theatre Company
Time: 6:30 PM Location: Delaware Theatre Company Description: Fostina Dixon—5 WOMENrnCome join us for Delaware Theatre Company's 2020/21 Season—Take 2!, a new outdoor performance series that will showcase a variety of Hollywood, Broadway and regional performers. Dixon’s musical/revue, inspired by Nina Simone’s “Four Women,” tells the stories of strong, successful Black women who overcome racial and gender discrimination. Runs Fri. August 6 & Sat. August 7 at 6:30 p.m.rnrnPerformances will be held in the parking lot of Delaware Theatre Company, just feet from the Riverfront. To ensure the safety and comfort of its patrons, DTC has designated 58 “boxes” in its outdoor seating space to accommodate either two or four people. Seating in the boxes is general admission—first-come, first-served. Audience members are encouraged to bring a chair and refreshments. Many different purchasing options are on sale now! rn For more information contact: Delaware Theatre Company Box Office - 3025941100 or visit delawaretheatre.org
August 6 - August 7
Delaware Theatre Company
Time: 6:30 PM Location: Delaware Theatre Company Description: Fostina Dixon—5 WOMENrnCome join us for Delaware Theatre Company's 2020/21 Season—Take 2!, a new outdoor performance series that will showcase a variety of Hollywood, Broadway and regional performers. Dixon’s musical/revue, inspired by Nina Simone’s “Four Women,” tells the stories of strong, successful Black women who overcome racial and gender discrimination. Runs Fri. August 6 & Sat. August 7 at 6:30 p.m.rnrnPerformances will be held in the parking lot of Delaware Theatre Company, just feet from the Riverfront. To ensure the safety and comfort of its patrons, DTC has designated 58 “boxes” in its outdoor seating space to accommodate either two or four people. Seating in the boxes is general admission—first-come, first-served. Audience members are encouraged to bring a chair and refreshments. Many different purchasing options are on sale now! rn For more information contact: Delaware Theatre Company Box Office - 3025941100 or visit delawaretheatre.org
August 6 - August 6
Greenwood Public Library
Time: Monday-Thursday 10-6pm, Friday-Saturday 10-3pm Location: Greenwood VFW Post 7478 Description: Outdoor Family Movie Night - Shaun the SheeprnrnOn Friday, August 6th at 8:45pm, join the Greenwood Public Library for some family fun out under the stars, an outdoor movie night! Bring a blanket or a chair to sit on and we'll supply the popcorn. Our featured film will be the Shaun the Sheep Movie, a hilarious adventure the whole family will love. We will be meeting at the Greenwood VFW Outdoor Pavilion behind the library. Please register for this program at www.greenwood.lib.de.us or by calling (302) 855-1242. Masks are welcome for those who want to wear them. Parking is available at the Greenwood Public Library. For more information contact: Greenwood Library (302)855-1242 or visit greenwood.lib.de.us
August 9 - August 9
Greenwood Public Library
Time: Monday-Thursday 10-6pm, Friday-Saturday 10-3pm Location: Greenwood VFW Post 7478 Description: Cloth-Covered Mask Craft for TeensrnrnOn Monday, August 9th, at 6:30pm, the Greenwood Library invites teens ages 12+ to the Greenwood VFW Post 7478 one more time for a special craft. Gather under the pavilion to make a unique mask to hang on your wall by covering a form with strips of fabric. Be sure to follow Covid protocols and register at greenwood.lib.de.us. For more information contact: Greenwood Library (302)855-1242 or visit greenwood.lib.de.us
August 10 - August 10
Greenwood Public Library
Time: Monday-Thursday 10-6pm, Friday-Saturday 10-3pm Location: Greenwood VFW Post 7478 Description: Facilitated by library staff, participants come together once a month to discuss various types of books. The title of the book for Tuesday, August 10th at 6pm, is Have You Seen Luis Velez? by Catherine Ryan Hyde. The discussion will be held at the pavilion behind the Greenwood VFW at the corner of Mill St. and Governors Ave. Masks are welcomed for those who want to wear them. Please call the library at 855-1242 with any questions. For more information contact: Greenwood Library (302)855-1242 or visit greenwood.lib.de.us
August 10 - August 31
The Lighthouse Inc., Church
Time: 7 pm to 930 pm; 11 am to 1 pm Location: The Lighthouse Inc., Church; 6 South Railroad Avenue; Wyoming, DE 19934 Description: The Lighthouse Inc., Church will be hosting special Miracle Services starting on Tuesday August 10, 2021 and running until the Lord tells us to stop them. This miracle event will start on Tuesday August 10, 2021 at 7 pm; with two services on Sundays starting at 11 am and the seond service beginning at 7 pm. The featured speaker will be Evangelist/Prophetess Barbara Lynch of the Lighthouse Inc., Church. rnrnThe Miracles services will be held at the Lighthouse Church Inc., Church located at 6 South Railroad Avenue; Wyoming, DE 19934. Please feel free to contact us for more information at (302) 697-1472 or contactus@lighthousechurchinc.org.rnrnhttps://lighthousechurchinc.org/event-items/miracles/rnrnAll meetings are free and open to the public. For more information contact: Christopher Gore (302) 632-4679 or visit lighthousechurchinc.org/event-items/miracles/
August 11
Kent County Public Library
Time: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Location: Brecknock County Park, 80 Old Camden Rd., Camden, DE 19934 Description: KCPL Summer Arts in the Park presents Rehoboth Summer Children's Theatre (Hansel & Gretel)rnrnPack a picnic basket, bring a blanket or lawn chair, and join us at Brecknock County Park in Camden (80 Old Camden Road) for free, family-friendly live entertainment featuring the Rehoboth Summer Children's Theatre and their unique (and humorous) 2-person take on the classic story of Hansel & Gretel.rnrnSocial distancing and other proactive measures related to COVID-19 will be strictly enforced until statewide restrictions have been lifted/amended. rnrn(In case of inclement weather, the program will be moved inside to the Kent County Public Library, 497 S. Red Haven Lane. Bring your own chair(s). Attendance may be capped to comply with current statewide mandates regarding indoor occupancy percentages, social distancing and other proactive measures related to COVID-19. The status of our events will be available on our Facebook page (search “KCPLibrary”) or by calling the library at 302-744-1919 after 4:00 p.m.)rnrnAll in-person programs and events are contingent upon the current public health situation regarding COVID-19 and subject to cancellation based on state mandates/recommendations for public gatherings. For more information contact: Michele Lapinski, 302-744-1919 or visit delawarelibraries.libcal.com/event/7656329
August 12
Kent County Public Library
Time: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Location: Kent County Public Library, 497 S. Red Haven Ln., Dover, DE 19901 Description: Paint the Music -- "Sea of Dreams"rnrnAges 8 - 12. Young artists will explore various artistic techniques combined with, and inspired by, well-known musical pieces. This month, we will create magical pastel sea creatures inspired by the works of Paul Klee and the music of "Sea of Dreams." Limited space; preregistration is required. (Parent or other responsible adult must be present in the library, including during programs for any child/youth under the age of 16.)rnrnSocial distancing and other proactive measures related to COVID-19 will be strictly enforced until statewide restrictions have been lifted/amended. rnrnPlease note that all in-person programs and events are contingent upon the current public health situation regarding COVID-19 and are subject to cancellation based on state mandates/recommendations for public gathers and capacity percentages. For more information contact: Michele Lapinski, 302-744-1919 or visit delawarelibraries.libcal.com/event/7656340
August 14 - August 14
Everlasting Hope Ministries
Time: 10:30 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. Location: Richard Allen School, 316 South Railroad Avenue, Georgetown, DE Description: 28th Annual Community Anti-Drug March, Rally and Fun Day. Everlasting Hope Ministries under the leadership of Rev. Anthony "Tony" Neal will sponsor its twenty-eighth Annual Community Anit-Drug Rally and March. It will be held Saturday, August 14th. the march will begin at 111:00 a.m. on the grounds of the Richard Allen School, located at 316 South Railroad Avenue in Georgetown, DE. The purpose of the rally and march is to send a positive message to the entire community, especially to youth, that says yes to life and no to drugs. Participants will be carrying signs and spreading their anti-durg messages through the streets of Georgetown. The march will return to the Richard Allen School grounds, where Fun Day activities will be held from 12:00 p.mn. until 4:00 p.m. There will be a variety of games, food, bounce houses, train rides, door prizes, and more. Everything will be provided free of charge. Exhibit tables will also be available for those interested in distributing helpful literature and other items. Contact Rev. Tony Neal if you are intersted in sponsoring a vendor table. Free tee shirts will be provided to the first 300 participants. For more informaiton contact Vanessa Neal (302) 854-6692 or Rev. Tony Neal (302) 381-3711. For more information contact: Rev. Tony Neal 302-381-3711
August 14 - August 14
Long Neck United Methodist Chruch
Time: 9:00am-2:00pm Location: 32051 Long Neck Rd, Millsboro, DE 19966 Description: Craft Fair & Chicken BBQ Proceeds Benefit: Long Neck United Methodist Church For more information contact: Karen Mitchell 302-945-9453 or visit www.longneckumc.com
August 25 - September 8
Greenwood Public Library
Time: M & W 10-6, T & TH 10-5, F & Sa 10-3 Location: 100 Mill Street, Greenwood Delaware Description: Buddy Bison Story Stroll rnrnCome to the Greenwood Public Library from August 25th to September 8th to see our newest story stroll, Buddy Bison's Yellowstone Adventure, right outside the building. Butterflies flutter, birds soar, and geysers burst into the sky. Join Buddy Bison and his two new friends as they explore the majestic Yellowstone National Park. This charming tale is sprinkled with helpful tidbits about the park, weird-but-true facts about the animals, and more fun facts kids adore. For more information contact: Greenwood Public Library (302) 855-1242 or visit greenwood.lib.de.us
September 2
Greenwood Public Library
Time: M & W 10-6, T & TH 10-5, F & Sa 10-3 Location: 100 Mill Street, Greenwood Delaware Description: Read to the Dogs is back!rnrnStarting September 2nd, L.E.A.P. (Literacy Education Assistance Pups) Program – Read to the Dogs - is back! Free and open to children of all ages. Come in to practice your reading and have a tail-waggin’ good time! L.E.A.P. sessions are on the first and third Thursdays from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. No registration is required; just come to the children's area at the Greenwood Library any time between 6:30 and 7:30p.m., choose a 4-legged, tail-wagging reading partner, and enjoy a good book together. Books are provided. Those wishing to wear masks are very welcome to do so. For more information contact: Greenwood Public Library (302) 855-1242 or visit greenwood.lib.de.us
September 3 - September 3
Delaware Colonial Region Republicans
Time: REGISTRATION 9:00am SHOTGUN START 10:00 am Location: Links at St.Anne’s Golf Club 1100 St.Anne’s Blvd Middletown DE 19709 Description: Welcome to the first annual MAGA Colonial golf outing and fundraisers. Please join us for a fun day out on the course to raise money for our candidates who will be running for office in the 2022 elections.rnENTRY FEE ( includes greens fee, cart, range balls and dinner )rn$125.00 per golfer $475 per foursome. Must register as a foursome. If you do not submit a team list, you will be placed with others.rnPAYMENT Due by August 20 2021rnTOURNAMENT FORMAT Tournament will be played in a scramble with four person teams.rnPRIZES and COMPETITION’srnFirst Place- Top team scorernSecond Place- Top team scorernLong drive competition rnClosest to the pinsrnStandard putting contestrnSPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES and (QUANTITIES) rnPresenting Sponsor $2500 ( 1 )rnLunch Sponsor $1500 ( 1 )rnTee Gift Sponsor $1000 ( 2 )rnContest Sponsor $500 ( 5 )rnGolf Ball Sponsor $500 ( 2 )rnCart Sponsor $500 ( 2 )rnSnack Sponsor $250 ( 2 )rnRefreshment Sponsor $250 ( 2 )rnPrize Sponsor $250 ( 4 )rnTee Box Sponsor $100 ( 18 )rnrn For more information contact: Drew Gladulich dgladulich@gmail.com 215.527.4979 or visit Colonialrepublicansde.com
September 3 - September 3
Delaware Colonial Region Republicans
Time: REGISTRATION 9:00am SHOTGUN START 10:00 am Location: Links at St.Anne’s Golf Club 1100 St.Anne’s Blvd Middletown DE 19709 Description: Welcome to the first annual MAGA Colonial golf outing and fundraisers. Please join us for a fun day out on the course to raise money for our candidates who will be running for office in the 2022 elections.rnENTRY FEE ( includes greens fee, cart, range balls and dinner )rn$125.00 per golfer $475 per foursome. Must register as a foursome. If you do not submit a team list, you will be placed with others.rnPAYMENT Due by August 20 2021rnTOURNAMENT FORMAT Tournament will be played in a scramble with four person teams.rnPRIZES and COMPETITION’srnFirst Place- Top team scorernSecond Place- Top team scorernLong drive competition rnClosest to the pinsrnStandard putting contestrnSPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES and (QUANTITIES) rnPresenting Sponsor $2500 ( 1 )rnLunch Sponsor $1500 ( 1 )rnTee Gift Sponsor $1000 ( 2 )rnContest Sponsor $500 ( 5 )rnGolf Ball Sponsor $500 ( 2 )rnCart Sponsor $500 ( 2 )rnSnack Sponsor $250 ( 2 )rnRefreshment Sponsor $250 ( 2 )rnPrize Sponsor $250 ( 4 )rnTee Box Sponsor $100 ( 18 )rnrn For more information contact: Drew Gladulich dgladulich@gmail.com 215.527.4979 or visit Colonialrepublicansde.com
September 5
Marshall Steam Museum
Time: 12:30 - 4:30 pm Location: Marshall Steam Museum, 3000 Creek Road Yorklyn DE 19736 Description: One of the best ways to experience Auburn Heights and the Marshall Steam Museum is to visit us during our monthly Steamin’ Days! Don’t miss these exciting days filled with old-fashioned fun for the whole family from 12:30 – 4:30 pm:rnrnSunday, May 2 – Train DayrnSunday, June 6 rnSunday, July 4 rnSunday, August 1 rnSunday, September 5rnSunday, October 3rnSunday, October 24: Steamin’ HalloweenrnSunday, November 7rnSaturday, November 27: Steamin’ ThanksgivingrnrnIncluded with all admission options:rn- Fresh steam-popped popcorn from our vintage popper (regulations permitting)rn- Entry to the newly renovated Marshall Steam Museum, featuring the world’s largest operating collection of Stanley steam cars plus a 1930s working Lionel electric trains display, steam engine display, exhibits, and gift shop.rn- Rides on the Auburn Valley Railroad and in select antique automobiles from the Marshall Collection, depending on the admission option selected.rnrnMore information can be found here: https://test.auburnheights.org/visit/steamin-days/rn rnrnSTEAMIN’ DAY ADMISSIONrnrnFor the fastest and most touch-free entry, we recommend purchasing tickets in advance. All event tickets may be purchased online or by calling the Friends of Auburn Heights Office (302-239-2385) weekdays 9 am to 5 pm. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to email us at admin@auburnheights.org.rnrnAs always, Steamin’ Day admission is free for members – no advance registration is required.rnrnGeneral Admission (Rides Ticket) includes 4 rides in the antique autos or Auburn Valley Railroad: $12 ages 13 and up, $8 ages 12 and under (infants free). General/Rides Ticket admission is free for Friends of Auburn Heights members.rnrnMansion & Grounds Only Admission (no rides): $12 ages 13 and up, $6 ages 12 and under (infants free). Members may tour the mansion for $8 (ages 13 and up), $4 (ages 12 & under). rnrnWe accept cash, Visa, Mastercard or Discover. Sorry, no pets except service dogs.rnrn rnrnPlease Note: We never let a little drizzle dampen our spirits, so all events are rain or shine. In the event of especially inclement weather, you may call the Friends of Auburn Heights office at (302) 239-2385 for a recorded message that will indicate any change in regular plans.rn Proceeds Benefit: Marshall Steam Museum For more information contact: Allison Schell, Director of Public Programs, 302-239-2385 or visit test.auburnheights.org/visit/steamin-days/
September 11 - September 11
Carlisle Fire Company & Auxiliary.
Time: 6 pm – 9 pm Location: Carlisle Fire Company Description: rnAll You Can Eat Crab & Shrimp FeastrnrnCarlisle Fire Company & Auxiliary.rnrnSaturday, Sept. 11th, 6 - 9 PMrnrnMenu includes: Crabs, Steamed Shrimp, Hot Sausages, Hot Dogs, Corn, Hush Puppies, Beer & Soda.rnrnrnTickets - $50.00 per person for general sitting in the engine bay and it's 6 people to a table with social distancing between tables.rnVIP Air-conditioned seating - $475 for a table of 8 people (must buy a table of . Individual tickets are $60 per person and you will be placed on a waiting list for a group of 8. VIP tickets can arrive at 5 pm and can enjoy a private cash bar.rnTickets go on sale July 1st and rnyou must call Michelle (302-222-6052) or Brennon (302-423-7836) to purchase your tickets .rnNo online tickets will be available and we accept: cash, check, credit card and money order. rn For more information contact: call Michelle (302-222-6052) or Brennon (302-423-7836)
September 11 - September 11
Carlisle Fire Company & Auxiliary.
Time: 6 pm – 9 pm Location: Carlisle Fire Company Description: rnAll You Can Eat Crab & Shrimp FeastrnrnCarlisle Fire Company & Auxiliary.rnrnSaturday, Sept. 11th, 6 - 9 PMrnrnMenu includes: Crabs, Steamed Shrimp, Hot Sausages, Hot Dogs, Corn, Hush Puppies, Beer & Soda.rnrnrnTickets - $50.00 per person for general sitting in the engine bay and it's 6 people to a table with social distancing between tables.rnVIP Air-conditioned seating - $475 for a table of 8 people (must buy a table of . Individual tickets are $60 per person and you will be placed on a waiting list for a group of 8. VIP tickets can arrive at 5 pm and can enjoy a private cash bar.rnTickets go on sale July 1st and rnyou must call Michelle (302-222-6052) or Brennon (302-423-7836) to purchase your tickets .rnNo online tickets will be available and we accept: cash, check, credit card and money order. rnrn For more information contact: Michelle (302-222-6052) or Brennon (302-423-7836)
September 11 - September 11
Carlisle Fire Company & Auxiliary.
Time: 6 pm – 9 pm Location: Carlisle Fire Company Description: All You Can Eat Crab & Shrimp FeastrnrnCarlisle Fire Company & Auxiliary.rnrnSaturday, Sept. 11th, 6 - 9 PMrnrnMenu includes: Crabs, Steamed Shrimp, Hot Sausages, Hot Dogs, Corn, Hush Puppies, Beer & Soda.rnrnrnTickets - $50.00 per person for general sitting in the engine bay and it's 6 people to a table with social distancing between tables.rnVIP Air-conditioned seating - $475 for a table of 8 people (must buy a table of . Individual tickets are $60 per person and you will be placed on a waiting list for a group of 8. VIP tickets can arrive at 5 pm and can enjoy a private cash bar.rnTickets go on sale July 1st and rnyou must call Michelle (302-222-6052) or Brennon (302-423-7836) to purchase your tickets .rnNo online tickets will be available and we accept: cash, check, credit card and money order. rnrn For more information contact: Michelle (302-222-6052) or Brennon (302-423-7836)
September 14
Greenwood Public Library
Time: M & W 10-6, T & TH 10-5, F & Sa 10-3 Location: 100 Mill Street, Greenwood Delaware Description: Kids Art FactoryrnrnJoin us at the Greenwood Public Library on Tuesday, September 14th at 4:00pm for a fun evening at the Kids Art Factory. For this month's project, we will use Oaxacan wood carvings from Mexico as the inspiration for creating a whimsical creature from fluorescent paint on black paper. This class is designed for ages 7-11. To register, please visit the library calendar at www.greenwood.lib.de.us or call (302) 855-1242. For more information contact: Greenwood Public Library (302) 855-1242 or visit greenwood.lib.de.us
September 14
Greenwood Public Library
Time: M & W 10-6, T & TH 10-5, F & Sa 10-3 Location: 100 Mill Street, Greenwood Delaware Description: Bound by Books Book Discussion GrouprnrnFacilitated by library staff, participants come together once a month to discuss various types of books. The title of the book for September 14th is The Giver of Stars by Jojo Moyes. The discussion will be held at 6pm in the Greenwood Library teen room. Please call the library at 855-1242 with any questions. For more information contact: Greenwood Public Library (302) 855-1242 or visit greenwood.lib.de.us
September 15
Greenwood Public Library
Time: M & W 10-6, T & TH 10-5, F & Sa 10-3 Location: 100 Mill Street, Greenwood Delaware Description: Outer Space Story Stroll rnrnCome to the the Greenwood Public Library from September 15-29 to see our newest story stroll, I'm Going to Outer Space, right outside the building. It's almost time for bed, but Luis is staring out the window at the starry sky. Any minute now, he's expecting a space ship to pick him up and whisk him to outer space. While he waits, he imagines the strange creatures he'll encounter. Will he find a robot friend? Will he get to fly though space with a rocket-pack? Will he meet . . . aliens? Come and find out! For more information, call (302) 855-1242. For more information contact: Greenwood Public Library (302) 855-1242 or visit greenwood.lib.de.us
September 17 - September 17
KSI (Kent Sussex Industries)
Location: Maple Dale Country Club Description: 32nd Annual 3 Club Tournament to benefit KSI. Each golfer gets a FREE pair of Foot Joy golf shoes, round of golf w/cart, range balls, team photo courtesy CM Baker Photography, plus Food & Drinks on the course (including the famous Excel Business Systems Mango Water Ice), 10am shotgun start. $100/player registration before June 1st. $125 after 6/1/2021. Sponsorship opportunities, too. Proceeds Benefit: Kent Sussex Industries Inc (KSI) For more information contact: Kathy Miller 302-422-4014 or visit ksiinc.networkforgood.com/events/28497-2021-3-club-golf-tournament
September 17 - September 17
Harrington Senior Center
Time: Doors open at 5:00 pm Auction at 6:00 pm Location: Harrington Fire Company 20 Clarke Street Harrington DE Description: The Harrington Senior Center will be hosting a quarter auction on Friday, September 17, 2021. The auction will be held at the Harrington Fire Hall 20 Clark Street, Harrington. Proceeds from the auction will benefit Harrington Senior Center Programs. Tickets include a paddle and a $10 roll of quarters, or you may purchase an all in one ticket for $40.00. The doors open at 5 PM and the auction begins at 6 PM. You can purchase your tickets at the center or on-line at http://harringtonseniorcenter.org. No outside food maybe brought into the firehouse. Lighthouse Catering will have food available for purchase. Refreshments will be served free of charge at intermission. If you have questions, please call the Center at 398-4224. Proceeds Benefit: Harrington Senior Center For more information contact: 3023984224 Karen Crouse or visit harringtonseniorcenter.org
September 18
Greenwood Public Library
Time: M & W 10-6, T & TH 10-5, F & Sa 10-3 Location: 100 Mill Street, Greenwood Delaware Description: Community Health and Safety DayrnrnThe Greenwood Public Library invites you to its very first Community Health & Safety Day on Saturday, September 18th from 9:00am to 12:00 noon. This event is completely free and offers activities for all ages. Kids can bring or borrow bikes and helmets to take part in DelDOT’s bike rodeo, check out fire trucks and police cars, and get their face painted. The police department will also be offering car seat safety checks. Dental screenings will be available for all ages, and due to limited time slots, appointments can be made in advance at the library. Sussex EMS will demonstrate hands-only CPR and Stop the Bleed techniques as well as provide Covid testing and vaccinations. There will be giveaways and informative presentations about fall prevention, child development, home energy savings, Delaware Emergency Management Agency, Greenwood VFW, home security, Beebe Health screenings and more. rnrnHot dogs and waters will be provided and a bake sale will be available! There will also be a small book sale in the library. The library’s parking lots and Mill Street will be closed to make this event possible, but other parking is available on surrounding streets nearby. Activities will be held mostly outside, with some activities inside the library in the meeting room. For more information, please call (302) 855-1242. For more information contact: Greenwood Public Library (302) 855-1242 or visit greenwood.lib.de.us
September 21
Greenwood Public Library
Time: M & W 10-6, T & TH 10-5, F & Sa 10-3 Location: 100 Mill Street, Greenwood Delaware Description: Breakfast Dishes Cooking Demonstration with Chef CharlesrnrnChef Charles Oppman returns to the Greenwood Library with another of his popular cooking demonstrations on Tuesday, September 21st at 5pm. The topic for this session is Breakfast Dishes. The program is free and open to all; children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Those wishing to wear masks are very welcome to do so. Registration is required; to register, please visit www.greenwood lib.de.us or call the library at (302)855-1242. For more information contact: Greenwood Public Library (302) 855-1242 or visit greenwood.lib.de.us
September 25 - September 25
Elk Neck State Park
Time: 1:00-4:00 PM Location: Elk Neck State Park: North East Beach Area, 4395 Turkey Point Road, North East, MD 21901 Description: Come out and celebrate National Public Lands Day by volunteering at Elk Neck State Park! You will be among thousands of people nation-wide who volunteer their time to benefit America's public lands. Work side-by-side with park staff and afterwards, enjoy free access to the park’s different areas. Meet in the North East Beach area. Call for more details. Reservation required. Proceeds Benefit: Elk Neck State Park For more information contact: Elk Neck State Park, 410-287-5333 or visit dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/central/elkneck.aspx
September 28
Greenwood Public Library
Time: M & W 10-6, T & TH 10-5, F & Sa 10-3 Location: 100 Mill Street, Greenwood Delaware Description: Kids Book ClubrnrnJoin us at the Greenwood Public Library on Tuesday, September 28th from 4:00 to 5:30pm for our Kids Book Club. September's book is a sure win for fans of kids cooking competitions! Copies of Lights, Camera, Cook! by Charise Mericle Harper are available to pick up in the Greenwood Public Library or to read in a digital format on Hoopla. This group is aimed at 3rd to 5th grade reading levels. We'll be having a casual book talk and doing some fun activities to go along with it. Light snacks will be provided! To register, please visit www.greenwood.lib.de.us or call (302) 855-1242. For more information contact: Greenwood Public Library (302) 855-1242 or visit greenwood.lib.de.us
October 2 - October 3
Elk Neck State Park
Time: 10/2/21 2:00-8:30 PM, 10/3/21 9:00-11:00 AM Location: Elk Neck State Park: Campground Amphitheater, 4395 Turkey Point Road, North East, MD 21901 Description: Come meet “George Richter Jr.”, a young enrollee in the Civilian Conservation Corps working here at Elk Neck State Park in 1937. Get a “first person” account of hijinks, hard work, danger, and adventure as the boys of Mr. Roosevelt’s Tree Army built Elk Neck for a dollar a day during the Great Depression. You’ll have a chance to check out the uniforms and tools CCC members used in the creation of Elk Neck. Day-use fees apply ($3 per Maryland resident; $5 per out-of-state resident). Reservations required; contact the park for more details. Proceeds Benefit: Elk Neck State Park For more information contact: Elk Neck State Park, 410-287-5333 or visit dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/central/elkneck.aspx
October 3
Marshall Steam Museum
Time: 12:30 - 4:30 pm Location: Marshall Steam Museum, 3000 Creek Road Yorklyn DE 19736 Description: One of the best ways to experience Auburn Heights and the Marshall Steam Museum is to visit us during our monthly Steamin’ Days! Don’t miss these exciting days filled with old-fashioned fun for the whole family from 12:30 – 4:30 pm:rnrnSunday, May 2 – Train DayrnSunday, June 6 rnSunday, July 4 rnSunday, August 1 rnSunday, September 5rnSunday, October 3rnSunday, October 24: Steamin’ HalloweenrnSunday, November 7rnSaturday, November 27: Steamin’ ThanksgivingrnrnIncluded with all admission options:rn- Fresh steam-popped popcorn from our vintage popper (regulations permitting)rn- Entry to the newly renovated Marshall Steam Museum, featuring the world’s largest operating collection of Stanley steam cars plus a 1930s working Lionel electric trains display, steam engine display, exhibits, and gift shop.rn- Rides on the Auburn Valley Railroad and in select antique automobiles from the Marshall Collection, depending on the admission option selected.rnrnMore information can be found here: https://test.auburnheights.org/visit/steamin-days/rn rnrnSTEAMIN’ DAY ADMISSIONrnrnFor the fastest and most touch-free entry, we recommend purchasing tickets in advance. All event tickets may be purchased online or by calling the Friends of Auburn Heights Office (302-239-2385) weekdays 9 am to 5 pm. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to email us at admin@auburnheights.org.rnrnAs always, Steamin’ Day admission is free for members – no advance registration is required.rnrnGeneral Admission (Rides Ticket) includes 4 rides in the antique autos or Auburn Valley Railroad: $12 ages 13 and up, $8 ages 12 and under (infants free). General/Rides Ticket admission is free for Friends of Auburn Heights members.rnrnMansion & Grounds Only Admission (no rides): $12 ages 13 and up, $6 ages 12 and under (infants free). Members may tour the mansion for $8 (ages 13 and up), $4 (ages 12 & under). rnrnWe accept cash, Visa, Mastercard or Discover. Sorry, no pets except service dogs.rnrn rnrnPlease Note: We never let a little drizzle dampen our spirits, so all events are rain or shine. In the event of especially inclement weather, you may call the Friends of Auburn Heights office at (302) 239-2385 for a recorded message that will indicate any change in regular plans.rn Proceeds Benefit: Marshall Steam Museum For more information contact: Allison Schell, Director of Public Programs, 302-239-2385 or visit test.auburnheights.org/visit/steamin-days/
October 16 - October 16
Elk Neck State Park
Time: 7:00- 8:30 PM Location: Elk Neck State Park: Turkey Point Lighthouse Area, 4395 Turkey Point Road, North East, MD 21901 Description: Hike to the light of the moon on ‘International Observe the Moon Night’ by joining a Ranger on an approximately two-mile round-trip hike to the Turkey Point Lighthouse. Learn more about the earth’s ‘natural satellite’ along the way. Parking is limited; reservations required! $3 per person or $10 for a family of four. Proceeds Benefit: Elk Neck State Park For more information contact: Elk Neck State Park, 410-287-5333 or visit dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/central/elkneck.aspx
October 31
Marshall Steam Museum
Time: 12:30 - 4:30 pm Location: Marshall Steam Museum, 3000 Creek Road Yorklyn DE 19736 Description: One of the best ways to experience Auburn Heights and the Marshall Steam Museum is to visit us during our monthly Steamin’ Days! Don’t miss these exciting days filled with old-fashioned fun for the whole family from 12:30 – 4:30 pm:rnrnSunday, May 2 – Train DayrnSunday, June 6 rnSunday, July 4 rnSunday, August 1 rnSunday, September 5rnSunday, October 3rnSunday, October 24: Steamin’ HalloweenrnSunday, November 7rnSaturday, November 27: Steamin’ ThanksgivingrnrnIncluded with all admission options:rn- Fresh steam-popped popcorn from our vintage popper (regulations permitting)rn- Entry to the newly renovated Marshall Steam Museum, featuring the world’s largest operating collection of Stanley steam cars plus a 1930s working Lionel electric trains display, steam engine display, exhibits, and gift shop.rn- Rides on the Auburn Valley Railroad and in select antique automobiles from the Marshall Collection, depending on the admission option selected.rnrnMore information can be found here: https://test.auburnheights.org/visit/steamin-days/rn rnrnSTEAMIN’ DAY ADMISSIONrnrnFor the fastest and most touch-free entry, we recommend purchasing tickets in advance. All event tickets may be purchased online or by calling the Friends of Auburn Heights Office (302-239-2385) weekdays 9 am to 5 pm. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to email us at admin@auburnheights.org.rnrnAs always, Steamin’ Day admission is free for members – no advance registration is required.rnrnGeneral Admission (Rides Ticket) includes 4 rides in the antique autos or Auburn Valley Railroad: $12 ages 13 and up, $8 ages 12 and under (infants free). General/Rides Ticket admission is free for Friends of Auburn Heights members.rnrnMansion & Grounds Only Admission (no rides): $12 ages 13 and up, $6 ages 12 and under (infants free). Members may tour the mansion for $8 (ages 13 and up), $4 (ages 12 & under). rnrnWe accept cash, Visa, Mastercard or Discover. Sorry, no pets except service dogs.rnrn rnrnPlease Note: We never let a little drizzle dampen our spirits, so all events are rain or shine. In the event of especially inclement weather, you may call the Friends of Auburn Heights office at (302) 239-2385 for a recorded message that will indicate any change in regular plans.rn Proceeds Benefit: Marshall Steam Museum For more information contact: Allison Schell, Director of Public Programs, 302-239-2385 or visit test.auburnheights.org/visit/steamin-days/
November 7
Marshall Steam Museum
Time: 12:30 - 4:30 pm Location: Marshall Steam Museum, 3000 Creek Road Yorklyn DE 19736 Description: One of the best ways to experience Auburn Heights and the Marshall Steam Museum is to visit us during our monthly Steamin’ Days! Don’t miss these exciting days filled with old-fashioned fun for the whole family from 12:30 – 4:30 pm:rnrnSunday, May 2 – Train DayrnSunday, June 6 rnSunday, July 4 rnSunday, August 1 rnSunday, September 5rnSunday, October 3rnSunday, October 24: Steamin’ HalloweenrnSunday, November 7rnSaturday, November 27: Steamin’ ThanksgivingrnrnIncluded with all admission options:rn- Fresh steam-popped popcorn from our vintage popper (regulations permitting)rn- Entry to the newly renovated Marshall Steam Museum, featuring the world’s largest operating collection of Stanley steam cars plus a 1930s working Lionel electric trains display, steam engine display, exhibits, and gift shop.rn- Rides on the Auburn Valley Railroad and in select antique automobiles from the Marshall Collection, depending on the admission option selected.rnrnMore information can be found here: https://test.auburnheights.org/visit/steamin-days/rn rnrnSTEAMIN’ DAY ADMISSIONrnrnFor the fastest and most touch-free entry, we recommend purchasing tickets in advance. All event tickets may be purchased online or by calling the Friends of Auburn Heights Office (302-239-2385) weekdays 9 am to 5 pm. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to email us at admin@auburnheights.org.rnrnAs always, Steamin’ Day admission is free for members – no advance registration is required.rnrnGeneral Admission (Rides Ticket) includes 4 rides in the antique autos or Auburn Valley Railroad: $12 ages 13 and up, $8 ages 12 and under (infants free). General/Rides Ticket admission is free for Friends of Auburn Heights members.rnrnMansion & Grounds Only Admission (no rides): $12 ages 13 and up, $6 ages 12 and under (infants free). Members may tour the mansion for $8 (ages 13 and up), $4 (ages 12 & under). rnrnWe accept cash, Visa, Mastercard or Discover. Sorry, no pets except service dogs.rnrn rnrnPlease Note: We never let a little drizzle dampen our spirits, so all events are rain or shine. In the event of especially inclement weather, you may call the Friends of Auburn Heights office at (302) 239-2385 for a recorded message that will indicate any change in regular plans.rn Proceeds Benefit: Marshall Steam Museum For more information contact: Allison Schell, Director of Public Programs, 302-239-2385 or visit test.auburnheights.org/visit/steamin-days/
November 27
Marshall Steam Museum
Time: 12:30 - 4:30 pm Location: Marshall Steam Museum, 3000 Creek Road Yorklyn DE 19736 Description: One of the best ways to experience Auburn Heights and the Marshall Steam Museum is to visit us during our monthly Steamin’ Days! Don’t miss these exciting days filled with old-fashioned fun for the whole family from 12:30 – 4:30 pm:rnrnSunday, May 2 – Train DayrnSunday, June 6 rnSunday, July 4 rnSunday, August 1 rnSunday, September 5rnSunday, October 3rnSunday, October 24: Steamin’ HalloweenrnSunday, November 7rnSaturday, November 27: Steamin’ ThanksgivingrnrnIncluded with all admission options:rn- Fresh steam-popped popcorn from our vintage popper (regulations permitting)rn- Entry to the newly renovated Marshall Steam Museum, featuring the world’s largest operating collection of Stanley steam cars plus a 1930s working Lionel electric trains display, steam engine display, exhibits, and gift shop.rn- Rides on the Auburn Valley Railroad and in select antique automobiles from the Marshall Collection, depending on the admission option selected.rnrnMore information can be found here: https://test.auburnheights.org/visit/steamin-days/rn rnrnSTEAMIN’ DAY ADMISSIONrnrnFor the fastest and most touch-free entry, we recommend purchasing tickets in advance. All event tickets may be purchased online or by calling the Friends of Auburn Heights Office (302-239-2385) weekdays 9 am to 5 pm. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to email us at admin@auburnheights.org.rnrnAs always, Steamin’ Day admission is free for members – no advance registration is required.rnrnGeneral Admission (Rides Ticket) includes 4 rides in the antique autos or Auburn Valley Railroad: $12 ages 13 and up, $8 ages 12 and under (infants free). General/Rides Ticket admission is free for Friends of Auburn Heights members.rnrnMansion & Grounds Only Admission (no rides): $12 ages 13 and up, $6 ages 12 and under (infants free). Members may tour the mansion for $8 (ages 13 and up), $4 (ages 12 & under). rnrnWe accept cash, Visa, Mastercard or Discover. Sorry, no pets except service dogs.rnrn rnrnPlease Note: We never let a little drizzle dampen our spirits, so all events are rain or shine. In the event of especially inclement weather, you may call the Friends of Auburn Heights office at (302) 239-2385 for a recorded message that will indicate any change in regular plans.rn Proceeds Benefit: Marshall Steam Museum For more information contact: Allison Schell, Director of Public Programs, 302-239-2385 or visit test.auburnheights.org/visit/steamin-days/



Reunions
Class Reunions
Check back for Class Reunions


If you have a public service announcement, please send it to us.



Copyright © 2021, Delmarva Broadcasting Company. All Rights Reserved.   Terms of Use.
WXDE Statement of Equal Employment Opportunity and Outreach