This exhibit showcases the talents of this 78 member guild of fiber artists and craftsmen. Many kinds of work will be displayed, including woven scarves, shawls, table runners, and wall hangings; felted hats and purses; hand-dyed and hand-sewn silk jackets; hand-dyed silk scarves; and beaded purses and necklaces. Delaware Center for Horticulture, Friday, March 5th, 7 p.m.
One of the best pub bands around, Gaelic Storm has been entertaining audiences with their rowdy, rollicking brand of traditional Irish music for years, ever since they appeared in the film Titanic. Now over ten years later, the band’s fan base continues to multiply with each new album, turning the one-time-pub-band into one of the premier touring acts in the Celtic/World music genre. The Grand, March 7th, 7 p.m.
Parents and children will enjoy singing along with Jackie McCabe, folksinger of children’s music. Corbit-Calloway Memorial Library, March 10th 11 a.m.
Travel back in time to a world without TV, Game systems, and computers — when families across America gathered around the radio and listened to their favorite programs. Once a month the library will be playing some of the most popular radio shows of that time period, many of which transitioned into familiar television programs. Kent County Public Library, March 11th, 2 p.m.