January 9th – 16th: The Amazing Kreskin, Heroes of the Revolution Walking Tour and The Nanticoke People

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

010815winterthurGreat Musical Families, January 11th

Witness a sensational concert where husband and wife vocalists, baritone Jonathan Lasch and soprano Caitlyn Lynch, show their passion for vocal music and for each other as they perform music—from opera arias to art songs and a selection of Broadway musical songs—with collaborative pianist and vocal coach Lydia Qiu. Two of the finest American vocalists, the duet perform at major opera houses from the Metropolitan Opera to the Dallas Opera. $15 per Member. $25 per nonmember. $10 per student. Reservations required.


010815kreksinThe Amazing Kreskin at the Black Box Theatre, January 16th

The ghostly presence of spirits in in Delaware is a known fact. Amazing Kreskin will reawaken that awareness and have audience members on stage seeing the ghosts that haunt the area. Premier Centre for The Arts – Middletown.




Kent County

010815parkDover’s Heroes of the Revolution Walking Tour, January 10th

Dover was a hotbed of activity during the struggle for American independence. Tours led by historical interpreters in period dress begin at the John Bell House on The Green every hour and last approximately 45 minutes. First State Heritage Park.



010815beerThe Mispillion River Brewing, a Third Thursday Public Art Presentation, January 15th

Eric Williams will talk to us about the art of brewing beers and ales. Some samples of their prize winner craft brew may even be available. Open and free to the public. Mispillion Art League of Greater Milford.



Sussex County

010815movieRehoboth Beach Film Society read a movie: Tell Tale, January 14th

This 2009 thriller stars Josh Lucas as Terry Bernard, a single father raising a daughter with a rare degenerative disease. With health issues of his own, Terry undergoes heart transplant surgery and almost immediately begins having memory flashes of the murdered donor’s final moments. Phillip Martin of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette says, “…a modern updating of Poe’s canonical short story, Tell Tale is an ingenious step up from the usual genre suspects…Possibly Josh Lucas’s best performance to date.” Rehoboth Beach Public Library.


010815lewesJanuary Speaker Series: Nanticoke People, January 16th

Join us for a discussion on Nanticoke People on Friday, January 16, at 7:30pm at The Lewes Presbyterian Church Hall at 133 Kings Highway, Lewes, Delaware 19958. Free admission, no reservations required. For more information, call 302-645-7670. Lewes Presbyterian Church.

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