Today on DelmarvaLife:
We’ve shared many stories about therapy dogs helping at senior living homes, children’s hospitals, and libraries, brightening the day of anyone who has interaction with them. Today, we’re learning what would happen if a therapy dog was placed inside of a high school. We welcome trained therapy dog, Rudy to the studio, as well as Rudy’s human, Jessi Bova, and Principal at Pocomoke High School, Annette Wallace. We hear all about how Rudy is impacting the students life at Pocomoke High.
Disney on Ice is coming to the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center! Kimberly Becker joins us in the studio and you’ll actually see her skating around the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center this weekend but not dressed as herself. She will be playing the role of Mrs. Darling, the mother of the Darling children in Disney’s Peter Pan. Disney on Ice Passport to Adventure shows are Friday, March 31 at 7:30 am, Saturday, April 1 at 11 am, 3:30 pm, and 7:30 pm, and Sunday, April 2 at 1:30 pm and 5:30 pm. To purchase tickets, go here.
There’s an event coming up that’s all about hunting, fishing, camping, archery, chainsaw carving, and the list goes on. The Delmarva Outdoors Expo in Harrington, Del. is the first ever of its kind and the community is buzzing. DelmarvaLife’s Melinda Carrie stopped by to get a preview. The expo is April 28-30 at the Delaware State Fair Grounds in Harrington. Get more information here.
Executive Director of Cambridge Main Street, Katie Clendaniel, and Board of Directors President, Grace Gonzalez, join us in Historic Studio D to talk about bringing new life to the downtown Cambridge area. There is also an event coming up, Cambridge Main Street Spring Fling taking place on Thursday, April 6 at Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay and the proceeds will benefit Cambridge Main Street. The event will feature a “Taste of Downtown” including tastings from Bistro Poplar, Cambridge Eateries, RAR Brewing, and Jimmie and Sooks! This year’s fund-a-need project will be a special downtown lighting project that will add decorative and unique lighting to downtown. They anticipate that this project will help residents and visitors feel more at home on our main streets.
We sure do love our seafood here on Delmarva. Many of us put our trust in the talent of others to prepare delicious seafood dishes. But what if you wanted to prepare your own seafood at home? DelmarvaLife’s Maxine Bentzel stopped by the Salty Wave Seafood Market in Harrington to find out what you need to consider when shopping for seafood.