January 28th – February 4th An organ concert, comedy, and Miss Jackie

Dickinson Theatre Organ Society

He plays big band instrumentals, High-spirited marches, lush ballads, and all else in between.  Although born on the West Coast, Dick now lives in Baltimore.  He is a graduate of Peabody Conservatory.  Incredibly, this will be Dick’s 29th concert here at Dickinson, more than any other concert artist.  A tradition of his concert is that many of the audience stay to enjoy his playing of their requests in the “third half”.  Dickinson High School , January 29th, 7 p.m.



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Kathleen Madigan

Hailed by Jay Leno as “one of America’s funniest female comics,” Kathleen Madigan returns to The Grand after a stellar show in 2009. Her accessible and unpretentious style has earned her a devoted and growing following, winning her an American Comedy Award as best female stand-up.  The Grand, February 4th, 8 p.m.



First Friday: First Look pARTy!

Celebrate youth talent in the arts by being the first to look at one of three month-long installments of the Arts Connect-ED exhibition. The artwork featured was created by student of Positive Outcomes Charter School of Camden, DE.  Biggs Museum of American Art, February 4th, 3 p.m.



Miss Jackie

Singer/songwriter “Miss Jackie” McCabe will be featured in a special storytime on Wednesday, February 2nd at the Library at 10:30 am. This Winter Songs & Stories program will feature winter-themed stories and music. The program is free and suitable for infants, toddlers and children up to early elementary school age. “Miss Jackie” has been a favorite with Summer Reading Program audiences at Lewes Public Library for several years.  Lewes Public Library, February 2nd, 10:30 a.m.

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