From concerts and movies to special events for the whole family, there is always something to see and do in Delaware. Here are some of our picks.
New Castle County
Enjoy a choral concert on a beautiful autumn day on the south lawn of the Rockwood mansion. Rain date October 19. PhilHarmonia is a Philadelphia-based choir dedicated to the idea that high quality choral music should be fun for both singers and audiences. Rockwood Mansion Park.
From Love Me Do to Let It Be, City Theater Company turns 21 with a little help from their friends for the 2014-2015 season kick-off: an evening of Beatles music at World Cafe Live at The Queen. Wilmington-based rocker Joe Trainor produces and directs the one-night only event, which features musicians and actors from throughout the company’s history. World Cafe Live at the Queen
Join us as we celebrate National Estuaries Day by experiencing the estuary through the artistic viewpoint. Enjoy various artisans, performers, and authors as we join with the John Dickinson Plantation to bring you a cultural view of the estuary! Try your hand at some artwork, buy some native plants from the Delaware Native Plant Society during the native plant sale as you look at your landscaping artistically, and learn tips from local and regional artists. This event is open to the public and admission is free.
The dead right, honest songwriting of Doug and Telisha Williams blended with a kick-ass band. Touring in support of their brand new release on Ditch Dog Records, “Things That Used To Shine”, Wild Ponies – Doug, Telisha and drummer Jake Winebrenner – bring energy and charisma along as they perform brilliant new songs as well as some of the old Doug & Telisha favorites. Smyrna Opera House.
Three couples, each newly expecting a child, have different but familiar reactions.Throughout the show these characters experience all the emotional stresses and triumphs, all the desperate lows, and all the comic highs that accompany the anticipation and the arrival of, a baby. Possum Hall.
Artist’s Reception for the opening of the Nanticoke River Arts Council’s “Fall For Art” Autumn Art and Pottery Show at Gallery 107 on Friday, October 3, 2014 from 5-8pm. NRAC members share their latest works of art and host members of the Clay Guild of the Eastern Shore for a Pottery Show. Refreshments and live entertainment! Gallery 107.