What’s Happening Today – Dec. 2, 2016
Today on DelmarvaLife:
There is a lot to consider when choosing the perfect tree. When you do find the perfect tree, you want to make sure you know how to take care of it. You can get your Christmas tree and fresh produce for your Christmas dinner from How Sweet It Is in Eden.
For many young ladies, the new year means planning a wedding. One of the most important parts of preparing for the “big day” is finding the perfect wedding dress. That means a stop at Brides 2 Be by Hope Mitchell in Rehoboth Beach.
In Ocean City, the dark night sky has been illuminated by the award winning Winterfest of Lights during the holiday season for many years. Sean was in Ocean City when they flipped the switch on this year’s festivities and he spoke with Mayor Rick Meehan on why this is one of Delmarva’s must-go-to events. You can visit the Winterfest of Lights Sunday to Thursday 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm and Friday and Saturday 5:30 pm to 10:30 pm.
Today we’re learning that age is no limit for Delmarva’s talent. Hunter Wirt and Mitchell Adams were invited to perform at Carnegie Hall. Mitchell will give us a preview by playing excerpts from Blue Bells of Scotland by Arthur Pryor on trombone and Hunter will be playing Etude in C by Clair Musser.
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.