What’s Happening Today – Monday, November 5, 2018
Today on DelmarvaLife:
We talk a lot about how much things have changed over the years, and why that’s not always an ideal situation, when it comes to certain diseases, it is. Today, we’re discussing HIV and AIDS. We sit down with two guests from the Dorchester County Health Department to hear how medical advancements are giving people hope.
In recognition of November being Home Care Month and Caregiver Month, Peninsula Home Care is taking nominations for the “Unsung Heroes Caregiver Makeover Contest.” You can nominate someone from southern Delaware and Maryland’s Eastern Shore who have served as caregivers for individuals 50 years and older. One caregiver from each state will be selected to win a makeover, including hair and make-up, apparel, and other prizes. Click here to nominate someone.
The 48th Annual Waterfowl Festival kicks off this weekend in Easton. Festival Manager Leslie Milby and waterfowl calling contest volunteer and competitor, Teddy Hoover talk about the many activities that will be part of this year’s event.
Rustic atmosphere with elegant scenery is how many brides describe Smokey Hollow. DelmarvaLife’s Sydney Whitfield shows us this new wedding and events venue. We also learn about the Smokey Hollow Bridal Show this weekend.
Studies show learning how to play an instrument is beneficial in other aspects of life. Mike Mixon, owner of Keyboard America in Lewes, talks about how teaching piano has changed over the years and why it’s changed for the better. He also explains why it’s much more affordable these days.