November 5th – 12th


    Everyone’s favorite orphan is center stage in this hit musical. Deserted in a hard knock orphanage, Annie escapes to an easier life outside where tomorrow is always brighter because of hope – and a certain stray dog that tags along for the fun! Prices are $25 for Adults and 15 for Children. Delaware Children’s Theatre, November 6th & 7th, 2 p.m.

    47th Annual Delaware Antiques Show

    Antiques take center stage as 60 of the country’s most distinguished dealers present American furniture, paintings, rugs, porcelain, silver, jewelry, and decorative arts at one of the nation’s top shows. Join us for this incredible showcase of antiques! In addition to tax-free shopping, enjoy fascinating lectures and this year’s special ceramics exhibition. Chase Center on the Riverfront, November 5th-7th, 11 a.m.

    Delaware Author’s Day

    The Delaware Heritage Commission will be sponsoring its annual Delaware Authors Day at the Delaware Agricultural Museum in Dover, Delaware. The authors who have participated in the past have had an array of books on a wide variety of subjects, including wartime reminiscences, genealogy, religion, personal experiences, and medical profession. There will be something available to spark the interest in every member of the family. This year we are delighted to have three guest speakers whose specialty is the civil war. Syl Woolford speaks at 11:00. David W. Rickman speaks at 12:00. Thomas J. Reed speaks at 1:00. Delaware Agriculture Museum, November 6th, 9 a.m.

    Our Town

    This Pulitzer Prize-winning drama of turn-of-the-century New England is arguably the most famous play in the American theatre. Don’t miss this incredible tale of love through life and death. Rehoboth Beach Theatre of the Arts, November 5th, at 7 p.m. and November 7th at 3 p.m.

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