What’s Happening Today – Dec. 16, 2016
Today on DelmarvaLife:
We know it can be hard to keep up with the jewelry trends. Sean stops by our friends at Kuhn’s Jewelers in Salisbury to see what gift ideas they have for all price ranges, ages, and styles.
With all this wind and cold we’ve had on Delmarva, you’ve probably found yourself blinking and wiping your eyes after being outside. However, for some people, that’s a year-round problem. It’s from a condition called dry eye syndrome and Dr. Catherine Smoot of Chesapeake Eye Center in Salisbury and Berlin stops by the studio to tell us all about it.
For someone living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, childhood memories may be locked away and nearly impossible to retrieve. That’s why the staff at Delmar Assisted Living makes sure the holidays are extra special for all the residents who call it home.
Sean recently stopped by the Crabcake Factory at their Fenwick location to learn about how their ginormous Bloody Mary’s, awesome crab cakes and amazing views can get you in the holiday spirit.
We welcome BriaMarie back to the DelmarvaLife stage! Today she’s performing “All I Want for This Christmas” and “Learn to Love You.”
Be sure to tune in today at 5 pm!
Our annual holiday giveaway is back! Every weekday throughout November and December, we’ll be giving out prizes. This year you could win a $1,500 Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines shopping spree at FurnitureLand and over 40 more great prizes to local businesses across Delmarva. Don’t forget to enter daily for additional chances to win! Enter here.
Not every child on Delmarva is fortunate enough to get Christmas gifts. That’s where WBOC’s Bless Our Children Campaign makes a difference. Our goal is to get enough money to local charities so they can buy a present for every child in need here on Delmarva. If you would like to donate and help, send your card and donation to Bless Our Children in Care of WBOC, 1729 N. Salisbury Blvd. 21801 or you can donate online at wboc.com.