What’s Happening Today – Sept. 13, 2017
Today on DelmarvaLife:
When someone is diagnosed with a deadly disease, people say that’s usually when they truly start “living” and checking things off of their bucket list. There is an upcoming play at Clear Space Theatre Company in Rehoboth Beach that is telling a story of just that. Executive Director, Wesley Paulson, and Judith Ramirez tells us all about “Wit.” You can see the play Sept. 22-Oct. 8 at Clear Space Theatre Company.
Chef Barry Reichart, owner of Bourbon Street on the Beach in Ocean City, joins us in the DelmarvaLife kitchen to make crawfish sliders and Mardi Gras shrimp and crawfish.
For the past seven years, teams have gathered at the airport to see how fast they can pull a Dash-8 airplane fifteen feet. This is an annual fundraiser at Piedmont Airlines that supports United Way, but by this time next year, all the propeller planes will be retired. However, that does not mean it is the last year for the event. Lisa talks with Lyle Hogg about their plans for next year and she joins her team in the competition.
WBOC’s Interactive Marketing Coordinator, and Host of DelmarvaLife’s Facebook Live Show, Lauren Hitch shows us a few DIY fall decor crafts that are pretty simple to make.
We’re having a little fun in the DelmarvaLife studio playing “Picture This” with a couple of our guests. Be sure to tune in at 5 pm!
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have affected millions of people. The widespread devastation caused by these hurricanes has prompted Sherwood Automotive’s Rising Tide program to ask you to help us provide financial donations for the youngest victims of these storms. To make this happen, Sherwood Automotive has teamed up with WBOC’s Bless Our Children campaign. Every cent you donate to the Bless Our Children program through September will go directly to charities helping children affected by these disasters. To donate, go here.