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
Join us for a multi-genre program featuring faculty members of the school’s Studio Department. This unique concert will highlight a wide variety of vocal and instrumental styles, including surf and classic rock, original and traditional folk songs, jazz standards and jazz-rock fusion, Celtic and bluegrass fiddle tunes, and more. The Music School of Delaware.
Heritage Brass, a large brass ensemble with percussion, is the longest tenured small ensemble within the United States Air Force Heritage of America Band. This exceptional group tours the Mid-Atlantic and New England region from South Carolina to Maine, always leaving audiences delighted with their world-class musicianship and entertaining showmanship. From classical to jazz and popular music, from Bach to the Beatles, the group brings its brilliant brass sound to all music genres, providing a variety of music that’s both educational and exciting. University of Delaware, Loudis Recital Hall.
When Sister James shares with Sister Aloysius her guilt-inducing suspicion that Father Flynn is paying too much personal attention to a student, Sister Aloysius sets off on a personal crusade to unearth the truth and to expunge Flynn from the school. Now, without a shard of proof besides her moral certainty, Sister Aloysius locks into a battle of wills with Father Flynn which threatens to tear apart the community with irrevocable consequences. Patchwork Playhouse, Dover.
Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day with music played on a traditional Gaelic instrument. There is an instrument “touch and go” after the show! This program is made possible, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency dedicated to nurturing and supporting the arts in Delaware, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. Kent County Public Library.
On August 21, 1911, Mona Lisa disappeared from the Louvre and remained missing for nearly 2 ½ years. It was the biggest news story of its day and made headlines around the world. The French police were perplexed and even Pablo Picasso was questioned. Although the painting was discovered and returned in 1913, the reasons behind the theft were never made clear, until now. The INN at Canal Square, Lewes.
This is a class about art, FUN, SOCIALIZATION and wine! (or your beverage of choice). The class will be creating a painting step-by-step with an instructor. All your supplies are included and whether or not you have ever held a paintbrush in your hand, you’ll be supported by your instructor and friends and have a great time creating a great piece of art! There is a maximum of 15, so sign up early to take advantage of this fun night! Please register at least 24 hours in advance. Rehoboth Art League.