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 powerful storytelling performance by migrants in Delaware. Storytellers will share their experiences of migration, family, community, identity, culture, and more. Their journeys and voices will inspire you and capture your heart. Featuring Laura Adarve, Iz Balleto, Maria Cabrera, LaLo, India Saria Colon, Mario Corea, Johanna Reinert, and Vanesa Simon. Produced by Delaware Art Museum. Directed by Danny Peak. Music directed by Jonathan Whitney. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington.
When Spotify released its ranking of the top songs streamed in Austin in 2015, no one was surprised to find Bob Schneider holding the top three spots. For decades, no matter how the Austin music scene has evolved, or how the music industry has transformed, Bob Schneider has thrived. Known for his fiercely independent attitude and endless drive to innovate and create, Bob has built an unprecedented career in Austin. World Cafe Live at the Queen, Wilmington.
During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive. 2:24. Rated PG-13. Dover Public Library.
Readings from the Delaware’s Poetry & Prose Writers Retreat. The 2014 Cape Henlopen Poetry and Prose Writers’ Retreat allowed 10 poets and 10 prose writers to enjoy three days of workshops, writing time, and networking at the Virden Center in Lewes, Delaware. The retreat was sponsored by Delaware Division of the Arts. Post-retreat, the attending authors contributed work for an anthology to evidence the DDOA’s ongoing commitment to providing opportunities for literary artists. The collection, Currents, features poetry and prose by retreat attendees. Wesley College, Dover.
This uplifting documentary follows three fearless nuns who risk their standing in the Catholic Church to follow a higher calling: social justice. When the Vatican reprimands them —citing their “radical feminism”— they become the symbol of a struggle for the future of the Church. They challenge the outdated patriarchal system and ultimately win the hearts of Catholics worldwide. From their cross-country Nuns on the Bus tour, to serving those on the margins, to a continued struggle for women’s religious equality, these sisters are transforming American politics—and the Church itself. Cinema Art Theater, Lewes.