A Certain Place, Shenanigans! A Pirate Cabaret and more things to do in Delaware this week

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

022217piratesShenanigans! A Pirate Cabaret, February 24th & 25th

Reedy Point Players are thrilled to present Shenanigans! A Pirate Cabaret, directed by David Reyne. The show is produced in association with Delaware-based pirate performance group, Blackjacks ‘n Blarney. Come out and join us for two nights of jests, jokes, toasts and songs – all pirate inspired! Please be advised, some material may not be suitable for children under the age of 13. Delaware City Community Center.

 

022217rockjazzThe Studio: Rock, Jazz & Folk Faculty Concert, February 26th

Join us for a multi-genre concert featuring faculty members from the school’s studio department for rock, jazz and folk. This unique concert will highlight a wide variety of vocal and instrumental styles, including rock songs, original and traditional folk music, jazz standards, jazz-rock fusion, and more. The Music School of Delaware, Wilmington.

 

Kent County

022217judyJudy Sings The Blues, February 25th

“Powerhouse vocals!!” “What Chops!!” “What Pipes!!” “WOW” are some of the descriptions people have used after hearing her sing! Judy is the lead vocalist and percussionist of Judy Sings the Blues and with her tremendously powerful and wide range vocals, she will draw you in from the time she hits the stage. Smyrna Opera House.

 

022217oldhallPreserving African-American History in Delaware: Highlighting Vibrant Communities Through Research and the ‘Green Book’, February 25th

Presentation by researcher Carlton Hall of the State Historic Preservation Office on the “Green Book,” a travel and vacation guidebook for people of color during the segregation era. The program will explore the stories of African-Americans of the last century and their challenges living through the Jim Crow laws in Delaware from the 1920s to the 1960s. The Old State House, Dover.

 

Sussex County

022217artA Certain Place, Through February 28th

Artists love adventure, travel, and “favorite spots”. It allows artists time to pause, reflect, and enjoy the beauty, or the uniqueness of a particular locale. As artists linger, more is seen and felt. Sometimes, a certain place is the catalyst for an idea, a study, or a painting on location. The artists from Gallery One explore and share their “Certain Place”. Gallery One, Ocean View.

 

 

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