Sample a variety of vintages and appetizers to the tune of live music by Swing City, a 17-piece big band. Watch an artist demo. Bid on gift baskets including goodies from La Petite Spa and Salon, Creations Wood Gallery, Eclipse Tanning Salon, Deerfield Wines, Pamela’s Gourmet and more. And bring the kids – there’ll be free childcare, including an art project. The suggested donation is $10. Deerfield Fine Wines, September 24th, 5 p.m.
Pink Floyd’s The Wall – the classic concept album from the 70s reinterpreted by an 11 piece band in a theatrical presentation in Arden’s Gild Hall,
September 25th, 8 p.m.
In conjunction with the opening of the Leonard Baskin exhibition, Museum Director Danielle Rice will engage Rabbi Michael Beals in a conversation regarding Jewish laws and traditions and how they have impacted the visual arts of the centuries. Baskin was the son of a Rabbi, and he received a traditional yeshiva education which had a significant effect on his aesthetic. Yet Jewish practice (which takes very seriously the commandment against graven images) has often been seen as limiting the development of visual art. Delaware Art Museum, September 26th, 2 p.m.
Come enjoy local and regional visual and performing artists along the Riverwalk in historic Downtown Milford, Delaware. The entertainment stage and artist tents will be set up along the Riverwalk between Walnut Street and Washington Street. Come celebrate the arts at the Riverwalk Arts & Jazz! Milford (town of), September 25th, 11 a.m.
“Moon Over the Brewery” is a lovely play written by Bruce Graham that hits all the marks. It is a dramatic comedy that combines a family story, a love story, good dialogue, great parts, all with good writing. Set in Pennsylvania, not far from a place called Beertown. “Moon Over the Brewery” is funny, yet poignant. The play sheds light on the secret world of Amanda, a 13 year-old girl who has a high IQ, an imaginary friend, and a single mom. Milton Theatre, September 24th, and 25th, 8 p.m. and 26th at 2 p.m.