February 25th – March 4th Chorale concerts, Margaret Brent, and Chocolat

Celebration of African-American Spirituals

The concert will consist of solos and chorals selections as well as spirituals sung by the entire congregation. We invite everyone to come and sing many of our favorite spirituals.  Featuring the congregation and adult choir of the Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew with special guests: Daniel L. Ridout, Jr., guest speaker; Angelyn Robinson and Madeline Bolden Johnson, soprano soloists; The Young Men’s Ensemble of the Wilmington Children’s Chorus, and the Delaware Valley Chorale.  Episcopal Church of Sts. Andrew and Matthew, February 27th, 4 p.m.



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Center City Chorale

Our spring series gets off to an exciting start, as Center City Chorale sings incredible settings of different psalms. From explosively happy to broodingly introspective, these wonderful pieces run the gamut of emotions.  First & Central Presbyterian Church, March 3rd, 12:30 p.m. 



Margaret Brent (and the Indians!)

Celebrate Women’s History Month by learning more about Margaret Brent, the first woman to own land in America, our first female lawyer, and the first woman in America to demand the right to vote!  Join award-winning actress Mary Ann Jung and enjoy her lively account of Mistress Brent’s hardships in the wilderness.  Audience members are encouraged to participate!  Call 698-6440 to reserve your seat for ages 5 and older!  Each child receives a packet of take-home activities.  Kent County Public Library, March 2nd, 6:30 p.m.



Rehoboth Beach Film Society’s Cinema Cabaret presents: Chocolat

In a tantalizing tale about desire, single mother Vianne Rocher (Juliette Binoche) and her six-year-old daughter open a chocolate shop in a provincial French village. The townspeople are shocked when Vianne leaves her shop open during Lent, but her confections are too tempting for them to resist, and the local residents are coaxed into enjoying her delicious chocolates and soon begin sharing their secretes with her.  Fish On, March 4th, 6:30 p.m.





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