March 28th – April 4th: Spring Home Show, A Tribute to Patsy Cline and encaustic paintings

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

homeshow32714Spring Delaware Home and Garden Show, March 29th and 30th

Fresh, New Spring Ideas and Products for Your Home and Garden A wide variety of exhibitors covering every aspect of your Home and Garden from Artistry, Exteriors, Interiors, Outdoor Living to Recreation, Dining, even Pets and Community. Including a Kids Corner with face painting, balloon animals, and more! Chase Center on the Riverfront.

 

goldbroom032714DSO Strings that sing, April 1st

Webern: Langsamer Satz, Kernis: musica celestis – movement 2, Mendelssohn: String Quartet No. 2 in A minor. Aaron Jay Kernis will accept the reinstated A.I. du Pont Composer’s Award in person at the last Chamber Concert of the 2013-14 season. Hotel du Pont Gold Ballroom.

 

 

 Kent County

cline032714Katie Deal in Today, Tomorrow, & Forever: A Tribute to Patsy Cline, March 29th

Named “America’s Favorite Patsy Cline,” and approved by the Patsy Cline estate to portray the legendary singer in numerous productions of “A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline,” including two sell-out national tours, Katie Deal is thrilled to once again portray Ms. Patsy. With a new take on nostalgia, Katie’s one-woman show, Today, Tomorrow & Forever: A Tribute to Patsy Cline features a four-piece band, tight harmonies and a powerhouse singer. Schwartz Center for the Arts.

   

biggsFirst Friday: Duct Tape Crafts, April 4th

Let your imagination roll during an afternoon of Duct Tape craft instruction. You will be invited to design and construct items out of this extraordinary invention. Biggs Museum of American Art.

 

 

 

Sussex County

ral032714144 Degrees, Encaustic Paintings by Kristen Woodward, March 28th

The title 144 Degrees refers to the temperature in which beeswax – a primary ingredient in encaustic painting – melts. Kristen Woodward, a professor of art at Albright College in Reading, Pennsylvania, works with a variety of subject matter ranging from gender relationships within the Judeo-Christian tradition, to abstracted imagery. All of the work for this show will be done in encaustic and mixed media. Rehoboth Art League.

 

movie032714Rehoboth Beach Film Society presents: In the House, March 28th

Adapted from Spanish playwright Juan Mayorga’s “The Boy in the Last Row,” François Ozon’s In the House is a seductive and psychological drama about a 16-year-old student named Claude who suddenly develops a close friendship with schoolmate Rapha. Before long, Claude insinuates himself into Rapha’s house and practically becomes an adopted member of the family. Movies at Midway – Upstairs Screening Room.

 

 

 

 

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