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
Come to Odessa’s beautiful and spooky Fieldstone Stable to hear some scary local ghost tales with noted folklorist and storyteller, Ed Okonowicz. All proceeds benefit the Corbit-Calloway Memorial Library. Odessa Fieldstone Stable.
The Reedy Point Players premiere their 2014-2015 season with Stephen Mallatratt’s, The Woman in Black, based on the novel by Susan Hill and directed by Gail Wagner. A young actor is persuaded to help tell the story of the ‘Woman in Black’, hoping that this will help him to move on from those events and exorcise the ghost. Due to dark subject matter, this show is not recommended for children 12 and under. Delaware City Community Center.
The Smyrna Opera House has a spook-tackular Halloween in store for it’s local teens (Ages 14-18 years old). Ticket price includes music entertainment, free concessions, and unlimited use of a photo booth. Participants are encouraged to dress up in costume! Doors will open for ticket sales at 6:30 pm and will close at 8:00 pm for security purposes. Students will not be permitted to exit and re-enter the building. Parents are welcomed to attend free of charge. Smyrna Opera House.
Join local band Apex Revolution for a special event on Halloween night. Dress in Zombie-themed costumes and lurch to the library. Grades 9-12 with student ID. Kent County Public Library.
Join us for interactive movies. After Trick-or-Treating and bring your sleeping bag or air mattress. Come in costume and be prepared for an immersive experience. Premier Centre for the Arts – Milton.