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NOV 6 Pop-Up Beer Garden with Live Music

4-9pm. FREE! Come listen to live music on the Visitors Center Patio at the Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library. Enjoy local craft beers and Pennsylvania German inspired foods in a relaxed atmosphere. No tickets or reservations are required. Beer Gardens are open to the public. Does not include access to the museum and garden.

NOV 6  5th Annual Cocoa Crawl

Wine, Dine & Shop Local from 5-8 pm! Enjoy great deals, delectable drinks, art by Delaware artisans, desserts and fall treats from the best local restaurants - all inside participating stores! $10 admission benefits local charities. Visit for more information or call (302) 227.2772

NOV 7 6th Annual 18th Century Market Fair

10am-4pm on The Green in Dover. Free Admission. Tradespeople you can see at the Market Fair: Woodworkers and weavers…horners, blacksmiths and brewers…charlatons and shepherds…soldiers, seamstresses, soapmakers and more will display their skills and their wares on the Dover Green!

NOV 7-8 2015 Annual Holiday Fair Fine Craft Show

10am-4pm. another year of Holiday fun with our 26th Annual Holiday Fair – Fine Craft Show. Patrons can stroll the Historic Homestead, Chambers Studio, Paynter Studio and the Corkran galleries to select the perfect gifts for family, friends and themselves. The 2015 Holiday Fair will feature over 30 artisans exhibiting and selling their work, including jewelry, glassworks, pottery, clay sculpture, painting, woodworking, mixed media, and decorative and wearable fiber creations. The Village Improvement Association of Rehoboth will be offering lunch in the Children’s Studio. There is a weekend entry fee of $5 for adult. Henlopen Acres Campus

NOV 7-15 Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival

The Film Society offers something for all ages! If you are a film enthusiast, and especially enjoy independent films, please journey through this website and learn about the Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival, and quality film programs that are available year-round for adults, students, and youth. You are sure to find a film event that suits your interest.

NOV 7 Chimes Delaware’s Something Magical

7:30pm. Chimes Delaware is hosting Something Magical on Saturday, NOV. 7, featuring Mike Rose, See a fabulous magic show and enjoy refreshments while supporting Chimes. All proceeds will support people with disabilities in the Millsboro and surrounding areas. Cost: Adults: $25/16 & Under: $20. Location: Irv & Phyllis Levin Employment Center, 28393 Dupont Blvd in Millsboro. For more information, visit

NOV 8-14  Wilmington Beer Week

Celebrating its fifth year this fall, Wilmington Beer Week features the premier craft beer venues of New Castle County. In addition to focusing on Delaware’s respected homegrown breweries—Dogfish Head, 16 Mile, Twin Lakes and Dominion—Wilmington Beer Week also highlights some of the most prominent craft breweries in the region, including Yards, Victory, Tröegs, Brooklyn and Heavy Seas. There will also be special Beer Lover and Beer Geek passes, which will give craft beer enthusiasts the opportunity to enjoy discounts throughout the week, as well as gain access to special tastings.

NOV 11  NOV 11 Veterans' Day Program

11am. FREE. The Milford Community Band will provide patriotic music for the annual Veteran's Day program at the AMC Museum on Dover Air Force Base.

NOV 13 Pop-Up Beer Garden with live music

4-9pm. FREE! Come listen to live music on the Visitors Center Patio at the Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library. Enjoy local craft beers and Pennsylvania German inspired foods in a relaxed atmosphere. No tickets or reservations are required. Beer Gardens are open to the public. Does not include access to the museum and garden.

NOV 13-15 10th Annual Village Improvement Association St. Nicholas Tea

11am and 2pm seatings FRI & SAT, 1pm seating on Sunday. Held at the VIA clubhouse you will have delicious food, terrific shopping, and poinsettia cocktails.

NOV 14  Delaware Tech's 8th Annual Saturday Before the Season Fashion Show, Bazaar and Crafts Fair

2-4pm at the Delaware Tech’s Owens Campus in Georgetown. The Saturday Before the Season event includes the College’s eighth annual Fashion Show in the Carter Partnership Center, the Village Shoppes shopping bazaar in the Student Services Center, and the 32ndAnnual Craft Fair in the Arts & Science Center. This year’s eighth annual Fashion Show will be held from 2-4 p.m. in the Carter Partnership Center at the Owens Campus. The $35 ticket includes the show, wine, champagne, cheese, and chocolate. All proceeds from the show benefit international education programs at Delaware Tech’s Owens Campus.New this year is the opportunity for attendees to choose their own seats by using the Fashion Show page on Eventbrite at The show is expected to sell out

NOV 14  Holiday Open House at Fifer Orchards

10am-4pm at Fifers Farm. Free hayrides, hot apple cider, s’mores by the fire, cooking demos. Discounts on gift basket pre-orders. Local vendors: Gage Family Honey, Artwork by Jenny, Backyard Jams and Jellies and more. Fifer’s Farm at 1919 Allabands Mill Road, Camden-Wyoming.

NOV 14 Coastal Concerts Presents Danish String Quartet

2pm. The Danish String Quartet, consisting of three Danes and one Norwegian who are all close friends in the early 30s, has become a very hot commodity in the classical music world. These self-proclaimed musical Vikings, famous for their beards and shaggy hair, have even been compared to the Beatles for the excitement they generate. Bethel United Methodist Church Hall, Fourth & Market Streets in Lewes.

NOV 14 Economic Empowerment Symposium for Women

8:30am-2:30pm. The Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., National Coalition of 100 Black Women-Delaware and the Extended Branches Community Development Corporation are sponsoring its third annual free Economic Empowerment Symposium for Women at the Resurrection Center at 3301 Market Street in Wilmington. The goal of the symposium is to provide multi-generational women with information that will educate, engage, and energize them as they strive to take charge of their financial lives. This event is for females age 16 and over. More info, visit

NOV 20  Pop-Up Beer Garden with live music

4-9pm. FREE! Come listen to live music on the Visitors Center Patio at the Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library. Enjoy local craft beers and Pennsylvania German inspired foods in a relaxed atmosphere. No tickets or reservations are required. Beer Gardens are open to the public. Does not include access to the museum and garden.

NOV 21  Metropolitan Opera's Live Broadcast of Lulu

12:30pm. The Metropolitan Opera’s live broadcast of Berg’s “Lulu” will be held at teh Cape Henlopen High School Theater. Acclaimed director William Kentridge applies his unique theatrical vision to Berg’s shocking masterpiece about a young woman whose wanton behavior dominates a wide range of willing victims. Admission is $25 for adults; $22 for Met members, RBFS members, and Seniors (65+); $15 for Students (with ID) and children (12 and under).

NOV 21  MERR's Annual FINraiser

4-8pm. Get ready to come join the 'fin' at our annual Finraiser in its new location at the scenic Salero Restaurante in Rehoboth Beach. Music, appetizers, wine tasting, live and silent auctions and more will all mark the night, with proceeds going to a great cause.!events/cttm

NOV 19-23  Fringe Festival: Live

This five-day celebration showcases edgy performances of improvisation, dance, comedy, clown, magic, drama and musical theater in a variety of Wilmington venues. For more information, visit

NOV 20  NOV 20 Monthly Winter Beer Pairing Dinner at the Cape May-Lewes Ferry Terminals

5:30- 8:30pm. Back by Popular Demand - Winter Beer Pairing Dinners are now expanded to both terminals (DE and NJ) from November through April. Stay warm in the cold months by coming inside to share fine food specially prepared by the CMLF’s in-house chefs to perfectly pair with local craft brews. Choose one or all of your favorite craft breweries and get your ticket for a night of fun. $59 per person includes beer, food, tax and gratuities. At the Lewes Terminal: 11/20-Dogfishhead, 12/18- 16 Mile, 1/15 Mispillion River, 2/19 3rd Wave, 3/11 Crooked Hammock and 4/8 Fordham & Dominion. Reservations, call 1-800-643-3779.

NOV 29  Afternoon Tea Buffet at Winterthur

3pm at the Visitor’s Center. Enjoy a buffet full of tea sandwiches, scones, desserts and other snacks for $29.95 for adults and half-off for children under 12. Members receive a 10% discount on up to 4 guests. Reservations required. Call 302-888-4826 or visit

DEC 5-6  The Nutcracker

12/5 at 2pm and 7pm; 12/6 at 3pm at the Schwartz Center for the Arts in Dover. The balletic story of a young German girl who dreams of a Nutcracker Prince and a fierce battle against a Mouse King. Tickets $12-25.

DEC 12   Sinatra Centennial Concert featuring Sean Reilly

7pm at Schwartz Center for the Arts in Dover. A celebration show of Frank Sinatra's classic recordings. One of the most important music figures of the 20th century, “Old Blue Eyes,” is honored on his hundredth birthday with a celebration of his classic recordings. Born in New Jersey on December 12, 1915, Frank Sinatra rose to fame singing big band numbers. He will be remembered by one of the nation’s premier Sinatra interpreters. Tickets $27-30.

DEC 13  Seasonal Music From Around The World

4pm at Schwartz Center for the Arts in Dover. Delaware Choral Society’s concert, Earth Shall Ring, will feature seasonal music from around the world. Visit the choral website for a specific listing of the musical presentations. As always the concert will feature the adult choir as well as the Delaware Youth Chorale, a youth organization providing a choral outlet for children grades 4 through 7. Tickets $22-25.

DEC 12  5th Annual Great Christmas Cookie Walk

9am at Saint Andrew's Lutheran Church in Dover. The Cookie Walk begins at 9am and ends when the cookies are all gone. Lines form early. Buy an empty bakery box for $8, $13 or $22 and go into The Great Hall to make your selections from hundreds of freshly baked Christmas cookies. Gluten-free selections will also be available. Saint Andrew's Lutheran Church is located at 425 N. DuPont Highway in Dover.

DEC 14  “Opening Reception” 20th Annual Smyrna Opera House Art Show

6-8pm. Annual art show features a variety of artwork from many local and regional artists. The Opening Reception is a free event for the community and guests in surrounding areas to view and potentially purchase artwork of their choice and includes complimentary refreshments. The artwork for the “20th Annual SOH Art Show” will be on display through December 14. Contact the Smyrna Opera House for Gallery hours.

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