Hey Delaware, are you looking for something to do this weekend? We have some recommendations on what’s happening around the First State.
New Castle County
Follow that St. Patrick’s Day rainbow to the Delaware Museum of Natural History, where we’ll be exploring the science of four-leaf clovers, snakes, and potatoes! Is it possible to find a four-leaf clover? Are there any snakes in Ireland? What kinds of experiments can you do with a potato? Come join us to find out!
A royal weekend awaits you at the Delaware Children’s Museum! Unleash your inner Prince & Princess with our aristocratic activities and enjoy enchanting performances of Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty. DCM Prince & Princess Weekend festivities continue all weekend long with fun, hands-on activities the whole family can enjoy!
The Rehoboth Beach Walk to Defeat ALS is proud to partner with Eagle 97.7 to present “Night of Hope” to benefit ALS patients and their families in Kent and Sussex Counties. Featuring: Mentalist Dan Cain, Skye Brady, Elvis Tribute Artist Bob Lougheed, Mike Hines and the Look and more. Milford Senior Center.
Deliver a monologue, recite a poem, sing a song, perform a dance – or if you would like, simply listen and reflect. The SOH Open Mic Night Series serves up a mix of performance genres including music, dance, sketch comedy, improv, and spoken word into an energetic performance. It is a place for artists to test original material and to work on ideas in front of an audience. Make an inquiry or reserve a spot by calling the SOH today! Smyrna Opera House.
“Time” How do artists evoke and transform time in their work? Can a work of contemporary art be timeless? How does contemporary art relate to art of the ancient past, to nature, and to the rhythms of the life? The “Art in the Twenty-First Century” documentary “Time” explores these questions through the work of Charles Atlas, Martin Puryear, Paul Pfeiffer, Vija Celmins, and Tim Hawkinson.
The Milford Community Band will present a Spring Concert at the Lincoln Community Center on Washington Street in Lincoln.