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Our Favorite Festivals, Annual Events, Benefits, and Live  Performances


Jan 25-27 - Fire & Ice Festival

Experience the Quiet Resorts as you never have before at the Fire & Ice Festival in downtown Bethany Beach! Happening January 25th-27th. Trade your beach cruiser for your ice skates for a family-friendly weekend full of winter festivities, including an ice sculpture tour and live sculpture demonstration, ice skating rink, and beach bonfire.

Jan 25-27 - Winter Delmarva Birding Weekend

We will enjoy great looks at the waterfowl, seabirds, shorebirds, raptors — and seals! — that are on full display in the mid-Atlantic during the winter months. 108 species were tallied during the 2018 Winter DBW, and highlight species included Snowy Owl, Great Cormorant, Purple Sandpiper, Snow Bunting, Common Merganser, Red-necked Grebe, and 27 species of waterfowl. Visit this website to find out more:

Jan 26 - Floral Design Class at Killens Pond State Park

Would you like to have flowers on your table for all the holidays? Then come join us at the Nature Center once a month for a floral class taught by Wendy Aycoth, longtime designer and teacher. Each class is a unique theme and creation. Items will need to be brought and some will be provided. For more information and to sign up call the Nature Center at 302-284-4299. $20 per class.


Feb 1 - Estate Walk at Auburn Heights State Park

Explore one of Delaware's newest state parks! Enjoy a stroll around the grounds of Auburn Heights. Learn more about Auburn Heights and the Marshall family while enjoying the Victorian architecture and the beautiful grounds. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes and appropriate clothing. Meet on the front porch of the Auburn Heights mansion. Parking is available in the event lot on Creek Road across from the mansion. Free.

Feb 1 - Feb 10 - To Kill a Mockingbird - Second Street Players/Riverfront Theatre, Milford

Come out and enjoy the American masterpiece, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, adapted by Christopher Sergel, live on the Main Stage. Performances happening Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays. For tickets and more information, visit here:

Feb 5 (and every Tuesday)- Salted Vines Retiree Happy Hour

Join Salted Vines every Tuesday from 3-6pm for Retiree Happy Hour.  They've added Live Music! Retirees enjoy: 1/2 OFF TASTINGS $1 OFF GLASSES OF WINE, SLUSHIES AND CHEESE PLATES - See more at Salted Vines Vineyard & Winery in Frankford, DE.

Feb 7 - Puppy Love at Crooked Hammock Brewery

In the spirit of love, puppy love that is, Crooked Hammock will host Tara Lausch Photography for a special dog kissing booth photo op. Also available is speed dating - for dogs - with adoptable dogs from the BVSPCA. Bring in your dog to play with a potential new friend. If it’s a good fit you may help a dog find a forever home or just a friend.

Feb 13 - Valentine Candles & Tea at Killens Pond State Park

Enjoy a night of good spirits and create a nature-themed candle for your loved one. Space is limited; registration required. Call 302-284-4299. $6 per person.

Feb 21 -The Legend of the Freedom Quilts and the Underground Railroad

At the Kent County Public Library, Dover - 6:30pm. Uncover the history, legends and personal stories that make up the rich heritage associated with the Underground Railroad. Explore how African traditions, and the use of story cloths, documented the history of the various tribes and set the state for slaves to learn the lessons needed for survival during their arduous journey to freedom. Limited seating; preregistration is encouraged.

Feb 24 -Concert in Celebration of Black History Month

A concert of gospel and spiritual music in the African-American tradition will be held at  Epworth United Methodist Church, Rehoboth. Sunday, February 24 @3 p.m. Get tickets here.

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