October 14th – 21st A Cappella Fever, finger painting, and a movie

A Cappella Fever

 An exciting evening of a cappella music from Barbershop to Jazz, from Contemporary to Gospel. Featuring Wheelhouse, A Cappella Pops, Diamond State Chorus, and the Chorus of the Brandywine. Concord High School Auditorium, October 15th, 7:30 P.M. 



$2 Night

Join us for specially-scheduled evenings throughout the year when the DCM is open from 5-7pm and admission is just $2 per person! The Museum’s DEcafe is also open during these evenings to help take dinner planning and preparation off your mind. Delaware Children’s Museum, October 19th, 5 P.M.



Finger Paint Self-portraits

We will discover the history and importance of self-portraits. Each participant will use finger paints to create a self-portrait. For children Ages 3-5.  Biggs Museum of American Art, October 19th, 10 A.M.



Little Town of Bethlehem

This documentary film follows the story of three men of three different faiths and their lives in Israel and Palestine. The story explores each man’s choice of nonviolent action amidst a culture of overwhelming violence that has dehumanized all sides. Following the screening, former state department officer David Shobe will moderate a discussion panel consisting of members of the Muslim, Jewish, and Christian communities, and with Jim Hanon, the film’s director.St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, October 15th, 7 P.M.


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