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May 28 - May 28
Central Delaware School of the Arts for the Exceptional
Time: 5:30 - 7:30 pm Location: Kent County Levy Court, Room 220 Description: A group of parents in Kent County have joined together in the hopes of establishing a private school for autism and the arts. Central Delaware School of the Arts for the Exceptional, also known as “CDSAE,” will provide schooling for 4th grade through age 21 for those eligible and will be located in a central location for Kent County residents. It will offer small class sizes and year round schooling, focusing on academics, social skills and executive functioning in an inclusive setting. Curriculum will be modified to integrate Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), a well-known and successful form of therapy for not only Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) but for typically developing children as well, to increase positive behaviors and extinguish unwanted behaviors. Typically developing students will not be devoid of programming options, however. CDSAE will offer a variety of disciplines in the arts, including but not limited to photography, dance, vocals, and computer graphic design making it a fully functional school of the arts. The year-round programming will allow all students the freedom to hone their artistic abilities throughout the year, while building a sense of community with their fellow students and providing individualized academic challenges. CDSAE board members are organizing three sessions in Kent County for public comments at the following dates/times: Tuesday, May 12th 5:45 pm - 7:45 pm at Dover Public Library Thursday, May 21st 6 - 8 pm at Price Community Center, 103 Dorman Street, Harrington Thursday, May 28th 5:30 - 7:30 pm at Kent County Levy Court room 220 For more information contact: Tyler Anaya (302)943-2274
May 29 - May 30
Relay for Life of West Sussex
Time: 6pm-12am Location: Soroptimist Park, Seaford, Delaware Description: Relay for Life is a community walk that raises funds for cancer research and programs that are done through the American Cancer Society. This family friendly event will include food, games and activities, entertainment, and touching ceremonies. Proceeds Benefit: American Cancer Society For more information contact: Maggie Sullivan, 410-749-1635 or visit main.acsevents.org/site/TR?pg=entry&fr_id=64066
May 30 - May 30
American Legion CKRT Post 7
Time: 5 - till Location: 17448 S. Dupont Highway Description: Music by "Jewell Country" @ the outside Tiki Bar. Proceeds Benefit: Veteran Programs For more information contact: 302-398-3566
June 2 - June 2
A Better Chance for Our Children
Time: Between 4pm - 7pm Location: 621 N. DuPont Blvd, Milford, DE 19963 & 1307 Philadelphia Pike, Wilmington, DE 19809 Description: On June 2nd, between 4 and 7 pm, A Better Chance for Our Children will be having an Adoption Information Night in both Locations!! Please stop in or call the office to have any of your adoption questions answered! We are more than happy to be of assistance! For New Castle County please call 302-746-7265 for KENT/SUSSEX please call 302-725-5008! We hope to hear from you!!! For more information contact: Caitlyn Gerken 302-725-5008 in Milford, or Lauren Gunton 302-746-7265 in Wilmington or visit www.ABetterChanceforOurChildren.org
June 2 - June 2
A Better Chance for Our Children
Time: Between 4pm - 7pm Location: 621 N. DuPont Blvd, Milford, DE 19963 & 1307 Philadelphia Pike, Wilmington, DE 19809 Description: On June 2nd, between 4 and 7 pm, A Better Chance for Our Children will be having an Adoption Information Night in both Locations!! Please stop in or call the office to have any of your adoption questions answered! We are more than happy to be of assistance! For New Castle County please call 302-746-7265 for KENT/SUSSEX please call 302-725-5008! We hope to hear from you!!! For more information contact: Caitlyn Gerken 302-725-5008 in Milford, or Lauren Gunton 302-746-7265 in Wilmington or visit www.ABetterChanceforOurChildren.org
June 2 - June 2
Marshall Steam Museum at Auburn Heights
Time: 6:30pm Program Begins Location: Marshall Steam Museum at Auburn Heights Preserve Description: The firing up demonstrations of a steam car is always at hit during Steamin’ Days at Auburn Heights Preserve. During this special evening program at the Marshall Steam Museum, discover the differences among three distinct Stanley Steam Car designs and how the automobiles are fired up: horseless carriage, coffin nose car, and condensing car. Program starts at 6:30pm. Parking: Across the street from the estate in the museum’s event lot. Admission: $5; Free FAHP Members & Volunteers. Visit www.auburnheights.org for more information and a complete schedule for these evening programs. Proceeds Benefit: Friends of Auburn Heights Preserve (FAHP) For more information contact: Jesse Gagnon 302-239-2385 education@auburnheights.org or visit auburnheights.org/
June 5 - June 5
Home of the Brave 2/Rose Colored Lasses
Time: 6:00 pm Location: Johnson home, 3 Haven Lake Avenue, Milford Description: Itʼs 6 OʼClock Somewhere “Itʼs 6 OʼClock Somewhere,” is an outdoor event to benefit Home of the Brave 2. Proceeds will be donated toward the construction of their new facility. This special evening will be held at the Johnson home, 3 Haven Lake Avenue, Milford, on June 5, 2015, beginning at 6:00 pm. The rain date is June 6. Heavy hors d'oeuvres along with wine, beer, and margaritas will be served. Tickets include three drinks. Non-alcoholic drinks will also be available. In addition there will be a small silent auction, as well as 50/50 and door prizes. Tickets for fireside tables are $55 per person. Prime tables are $50 and perimeter tables $45 per person. For tickets call Dee (424-0395) or Judy (424-7766). All tickets must be purchased in advance. Proceeds Benefit: Home of the Brave 2 For more information contact: Dee (424-0395) or Judy (424-7766)
June 6 - June 6
Home of the Brave
Time: 10 am until 4pm Location: Par 3 Golf Course 924 Artis Drive. Dover Delaware Description: Golf event to benefit The home of the Brave. 20 dollars per person. Food available for additional charge supplied by HAASS' butcher Shop. There will a SILENT AUCTION as well. Proceeds go DIRECTLY to the Home of the Brave. Proceeds Benefit: Golf benefit event for Home of the Brave Milford Delaware For more information contact: Brian Scott 302-465-1936 or visit Home of the Brave. org
June 7 - June 7
Lewes Fire Dept.
Time: 7:30 AM Registration; 8:30 AM Race starts Location: Lewes Fire Dept., 347 Savannah Road, Lewes, DE Description: Help us support Lewes’ Bravest…the volunteer firefighters who give you their best on your worst day. For 200 years the men and women of this department have run in when others run out. Now it is your turn to run and help us provide services for the Lewes Fire Department and our community. Entry fee- $25 pre-registration (until the Thursday before the race at Noon) / $30 after and day of event For more information, contact barb@races2run.com
June 7 - June 7
Marshall Steam Museum at Auburn Heights
Time: 12:30 to 4:30pm Location: Auburn Heights Preserve, 3000 Creek Road, Yorklyn DE Description: Steamin' Day at Auburn Heights, Spotlight on Trains. Join the Marshall Steam Museum at Auburn Heights for the first Steamin' Day of the season! New for the 2015, each Steamin’ Day will feature a special spotlight. Join us on June 7 when we will celebrate everything about trains. Help us celebrate the completion of a retaining wall and track project on our 1/8-size Auburn Valley Railroad, watch a firing up demonstration of our very own steam locomotive, as well as other special train-themed activities. All of this will be in addition to all of the regular Steamin’ Day activities that let our visitors step into what life was like at the dawn of the automotive age through special demonstration, rides in historic automobiles such as the 1915 steam-powered Stanley Mountain Wagon, the museum and more. Enjoy the beautiful grounds of the Auburn Heights Estate during this great day for the whole family. Learn more at AuburnHeights.org. Proceeds Benefit: Marshall Steam Museum/ Friends of Auburn Heights Preserve For more information contact: Susan Randolph, 302-239-2385 admin@auburnheights.org or visit auburnheights.org/
June 12 - June 14
Rehoboth VegFest
Time: All day Location: Epworth United Methodist Church Description: Rehoboth VegFest is a FREE festival celebrating healthy, sustainable and compassionate living. Features inspiring speakers, tastings, dozens of vendors, cooking demos, yoga village, nutrition tents, kids' activities, music & amazing food. Details at RehobothVegFest.org. For more information contact: Tara Sheldon, tara@tarasheldon.com or visit Delaware State Housing Authority, The Money School, Delaware Federation of Housing Counselors
June 13 - June 13
American Legion CKRT Post 7
Time: 5 - till ???? Location: 17448 S. Dupont Highway Description: Music by "TNT" @ the outdoor Tiki Bar. Proceeds Benefit: Veteran Programs For more information contact: 302-398-3566
June 14 - June 14
SmartDrive Foundation
Time: Noon - 4 PM Location: Wilmington University Description: Cruisin with SmartDrive Rain Date Sunday, June 28, 2015 FREE ADMISSION Noon - 4 PM Top 15 Trophies Awarded 50/50 • Door Prizes • DJ Joe Alan First 50 cars receive Dash Plaques & Goodie Bags $20 Registration Fee 10 AM - Noon Proceeds Benefit: SmartDrive Foundation For more information contact: LaBarre Everette or visit smartdrivede.org/carshows/cruisin/autoshow.html
June 14 - June 14
Downtown Milford, Inc.
Time: 12-6PM Location: Bicentennial & Memorial Parks Description: Downtown Milford, Inc. hosts inaugural Brewgrass Festival, June 14 Delaware’s summer music lineup just got longer! Make the first-ever DMI Brewgrass Festival presented by Mispillion River Brewing your first stop on your music festival tour this summer! This inaugural event will offer live bluegrass music, food to purchase, and beer tastings from local Delaware & Maryland Eastern Shore breweries in Milford’s Bicentennial and Memorial Parks on Sunday, June 14 from 12-6pm. Tickets are $100 for VIP, $30 for General Admission, $40 at the door, and $5 for designated driver. Beer tasters will receive a souvenir plastic mason jar for their tastings. VIP guests will enjoy an extra hour of Festival fun from 12-1pm, reserved parking, $10 food voucher to use at any food truck/booth, bag of souvenirs, and a designated music listening area. VIP attendance will be limited to 22 tickets, with two tickets being raffled off on May 30 at the Riverwalk Farmers Market. Purchase your raffle tickets at the Farmers Market every Saturday until the drawing ($5 for one, $10 for five) or online at www.downtownmilford.org. Participating breweries include: 3rd Wave Brewing Co., Argilla Brewing Co., Blue Earl Brewing Co., Crooked Hammock Brewery, Dogfish Craft Brewed Ales, Evolution Craft Brewing Co., Fordham and Dominion Brewing, Frozen Toes Brewing, Mispillion River Brewing, Ocean City Brewing Co., Rubber Soul Brewing, and Tall Tales Brewery. All breweries will provide tastings and additionally Dogfish Head and Mispillion River Brewing will have full pints for sale. Event-goers can also enjoy beers from budding home brewers and judge for their favorite. Home brewers can enter the home brew competition in any of the three categories (IPA, Ale, and/or Wild Card) with four entries per category. More than one entry will be accepted - $5 per entry – and one 6-pack per entry is required. Home brewers must be present at Festival, so a DD ticket is included with entry. An additional Festival ticket ($30) must be purchased to partake in included brewery tastings. Brewgrass wouldn’t be complete without a full lineup of bluegrass bands. Be sure not to miss these great performers: • 12:00pm: Mule Train (members of Chapel St. Junction) – Newark, DE • 12:30-1:30pm: Flatland Drive – Harrington, DE/Denton, MD • 1:30-2pm: Last Chance – Philadelphia, PA • 2-3pm: Magnolia Street String Band – Highland Park, NJ • 3-3:30pm: Blue Hen Express – Milford, DE • 3:30-4:30pm: Chapel St. Junction – Newark, DE • 4:30-5pm: Hooverville – Milford, DE • 5-6pm: Chester River Runoff – Chestertown, MD Other Festival activities include a Brushes and Booze paint event with the Mispillion Art League. Paint an exclusive Brewgrass Festival design for only $20 and take it home to hang as a keepsake. Only 40 seats are available, so sign up ahead of time to ensure you have a seat. A Festival ticket is required to enter paint event. Other vendors and activities include food vendors, beer and music related craft vendors, event merchandise with t-shirts designed by a Milford community member, and maybe even a game of bocce or corn hole. A special thanks to this year’s Brewgrass Festival sponsors: Mispillion River Brewing, Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales, Layton Builders and Wes Cromer-Masten Realty, and the Milford Chronicle. Other important info if you go: • Must be 21+ • No children or pets allowed • All Milford city parks are smoke free • Feel free to BYO chair • Cash will be the only form of payment accepted at the Festival and ATMs will not be available onsite Downtown Milford, Inc. is a non-profit organization to promote quality development of the traditional central business district of Milford, Delaware. In 2008, DMI was recognized as Delaware’s 1 of 8 Main Street programs and received national Main Street accreditation in 2009 by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. To learn more about the Main Street approach visit Downtown Delaware or National Main Street Center. All tickets, including Home Brew Competition and Brushes and Brews, can be purchased here: https://tickets.beerfests.com/event/DMIBrewgrassFestival. For more info, contact Sara Pletcher at sara@downtownmilford.org. Proceeds Benefit: Downtown Milford, Inc. For more information contact: Sara Pletcher, sara@downtownmilford.org or visit tickets.beerfests.com/event/DMIBrewgrassFestival
June 14 - June 14
The Order of the Eastern Star
Time: 4 to 8 pm Location: Georgeown Cheer Center, 20520 Sand Hill Rd, Georgetown, DE Description: A Time with Elvis starring Bob Lougheed and the Memphis Mafia with Emcee, Tom Pizzi. Food& beverage provided by Lighthouse Cater and silver troll bead bracelet, valued at $73.00, provided by Blooming Boutique included in price of ticket. $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Children 3 - 12, $10.00. There will be a silent auction and a fun time for all. Proceeds Benefit: Children with Special Needs in Delaware For more information contact: PJ Roby - 302- 945 - 6634 or visit delawareoes.org
June 15 - June 15
Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement
Time: 8:00 am - 1:00 pm Location: Chase Center on the Riverfront Description: DANA's 2015 Annual Conference "Making Delaware Great" Being Intentional About Excellence June 15, 2015 at the Chase Center on the Riverfront with Best-Selling Author and Renowned Management Educator Jim Collins Don't miss the DANA 2015 Annual Conference for the once in a lifetime opportunity to see world renowned author, teacher and speaker Jim Collins. Come share in Jim's passion for learning and teaching in the business and social sector. For more information contact: Catlin Giles-McCormick 302-777-5500 or visit DelawareNonprofit.org
June 18 - June 18
Carlisle Fire Comp. Ladies Auxiliary
Time: 7 PM Location: Carlisle Fire Company Hall Description: At Paint Nite, a master artist will give us step-by-step instructions to create a work of art – while we socialize and sip cocktails. We’ll all go home with a masterpiece. No art experience needed! Paint Nite will donate a portion of ticket sales to Carlisle Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary, which we are passionate about. The Ladies Auxiliary raises money to support the Carlisle Volunteer Fire Company by hosting dinners, catering events and having fundraisers such as this Paint Night. Help me put the “fun” in fundraising – please RSVP and register now at http://paintnite.com/pages/events/view/delaware/881662!!! Proceeds Benefit: Carlisle Fire Comp. Ladies Auxiliary For more information contact: Betty Lewis or visit paintnite.com/pages/events/view/delaware/881662
June 19 - June 28
Delaware All-State Theatre
Location: The Laird Performing Arts Center at The Tatnall School in Wilmington, DE Description: Delaware All-State Theatre, a not-for-profit theatrical organization, will present the multi-Tony AwardⓇ winning musical comedy, MONTY PYTHON’S SPAMALOT in the Laird Performing Arts Center at the Tatnall School for two weekends beginning Friday, June 19th. Adapted from the 1975 comedy film, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, MONTY PYTHON’S SPAMALOT, capitalizes on its ability to make audiences burst with laughter through its irreverent parody of the classic tale of King Arthur and his knights’ quest for the Holy Grail. A combination of off-kilter hilarity and blinding talent, MONTY PYTHON’S SPAMALOT boldly and undoubtedly, leaves audiences entertained. Ticket Line: 302-635-0754 Proceeds Benefit: DAST Gives Back For more information contact: Jeffrey Santoro, 302-6350754 or visit dastonline.org
June 27 - June 27
American Legion CKRT Post 7
Time: 5 - till ???? Location: 17448 S. Dupont Highway Description: Music by "DJ Siren" @ the outdoor Tiki Bar. Proceeds Benefit: Veteran Programs For more information contact: 302-398-3566
July 11 - July 11
American Legion CKRT Post 7
Time: 5 - till ???? Location: 17448 S. Dupont Highway Description: Music by "Siren Acoustic Duo" @ the outdoor Tiki Bar. Proceeds Benefit: Veteran Programs For more information contact: 302-398-3566
July 25 - July 25
American Legion CKRT Post 7
Time: 5 - till ???? Location: 17448 S. Dupont Highway Description: Music by "Ty Sherwood & the Tidewater Band" @ the outdoor Tiki Bar. Proceeds Benefit: Veteran Programs For more information contact: 302-398-3566
August 1 - August 1
American Legion CKRT Post 7
Time: 5 - till ???? Location: 17448 S. Dupont Highway Description: Music by "Two Thirds Band" @ the outdoor Tiki Bar. Proceeds Benefit: Veteran Programs For more information contact: 302-398-3566
August 22 - August 22
American Legion CKRT Post 7
Time: 5 - till ???? Location: 17448 S. Dupont Highway Description: Music by "RMV (Results May Vary)" @ the outdoor Tiki Bar. Proceeds Benefit: Veteran Programs For more information contact: 302-398-3566



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