What’s Happening Today – October 15, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife –
“Beer: An American History” opens in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History next week. Park of the exhibit is a piece of Dogfish Head Brewery history. We catch up with Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione to find out how that history was made with a toy football game and how he feels about it’s place in history.
Love, Inc., the organization behind Code Purple Shelters is looking for volunteers to help keep all eight shelters open this winter. The shelters provide a warm, safe space for guests to sleep during the winter months. Susan Kent, Executive Director of Love Inc. talks about the need and the benefits of helping the homeless.
Camp Rehoboth is gearing up for its annual Block Party. Crowds fill the second block of Baltimore Avenue in Rehoboth Beach for family fun. The President of the Camp Rehoboth Board of Directors, Chris Beagle; along with Board Member Tara Sheldon talk about the organization and why the block party is so important to the community.
Harbor Day at the Docks is a waterfront festival that celebrates our rich history and maritime heritage, as well as the exciting sport fishing and commercial fishing industries. Highlights of the day include seafood cooking demonstrations, crab picking contests, fish cleaning demonstrations, local fisherman displays, nautical artisans, educational exhibits, entertainment, food and fun kids’ activities …all for free! Lisa Challenger, Director of Worcester County Tourism and Marketing Program Manager with Worcester County Department of Recreation and Parks, Brianna Dix talk about the event.
Italian dancers Cristina Pensiero and Cesare Vangeli perform ahead of The Italian Theatre Festival in the Washington, DC area.
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