May 8th – 15th: A Night of Improv, Opera Workshop and High Noon

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

050815udOpera Workshop: Scenes from the Stage, May 9th

UDOT’s training division presents scenes from the operas of Mozart, Rossini and Adamo. Tickets are $15 adults, $10 UD faculty/staff/alumni & seniors; $5 students. Tickets are available at the door. Cash or check only. University of Delaware, Loudis Recital Hall.

 

050815cubaSpring Art-In, May 15th

Let your creativity bloom while you draw, paint, or photograph Mt. Cuba Center’s naturalistic gardens. Meet other participating artists and enjoy a lovely day of art and inspiration. Although this is a free event for participating artists, registration is required. Since parking is limited, early registration is strongly encouraged. Please note that Mt. Cuba Center is a carry-in, carry-out facility and review the Guidelines for Art-In Participants. Join us for a day of art in Mt. Cuba Center’s gardens! Mt. Cuba Center Inc., Hockessin.

 

Kent County

050815biggsBiggs Museum Gala: An Affair with the Arts, May 9th

The Honorary Chairs, U.S. Senator Thomas Carper and the Honorable Nancy Cook, along with the General Chairs, Susan and Charles Salkin, invite you to attend the Biggs Museum Gala. This year, in addition to celebrating the arts, the Biggs Museum will welcome First State National Historical Park, our new neighbor on The Green. This elegant tented event will feature tours of the museum, live music from Mike Hines and the Look, gourmet catering and an exciting live auction. Biggs Museum of American Art, Dover.

 

050815improvCity Theater Company presents “A Night of Improv”, May 15th

Wilmington Delaware’s City Theater Company presents two wonderful improvisational comedy acts live at the Smyrna Opera House! Smyrna Opera House.

 

 

 

Sussex County

050815noonRehoboth Beach Film Society’s Read a Movie presents: High Noon, May 13th

Winner of five Oscars®, this 1952 box-office hit is considered by many to be the best Western ever made. Expounded on by the director’s real life experiences with the McCarthy Commission, it’s ultimately a tale of heroism and moral and civic responsibility. Rehoboth Beach Public Library.  

 

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