What’s Happening Today – September 13, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife –
We’re giving some full-court press to two basketball playing brothers. Both had successful professional careers and are back in their hometown of Cambridge to pass the ball to the younger generation and help them shoot for the stars.
You’d be hard pressed these days to find someone who isn’t affect by heart disease in some way. David Morris, Executive Director of the American Heart Association in Delaware joins us to talk about the number one killer of men and women and how you can help with the AHA Heart Walks coming to Kent and Sussex Counties.
A festival for people passionate about food, music, and dog rescue is coming to Milton. Mal Meehan and Annette Babich join us to talk about the Dog Days of Summer Music Festival.
The 29th Annual Berlin Fiddlers Convention is coming up. Music Director, Nate Clendenen talks about the tradition that takes over the streets of Berlin and fills the air with Bluegrass music. We also get a preview performance from the band, Blue Crab Crossing on the Mid South Audio Stage.
Today’s Pet Connect has some beautiful dogs and cats who are looking for their forever home. We feature homeless pets from local animal shelters to see if we can make a match.
Do you know someone who has a birthday or wedding anniversary coming up? A great way to celebrate is with a DelmarvaLife Occasion. Submit your occasion here.
Pumpkin Carvers wanted! The Great Delaware Pumpkin Carve Festival is back for year two! This competition brings together 50 pumpkin carvers of all abilities from beginners to master carvers and every level in between. The competition is the feature event of music, family, friendly activities, food, art and a grand illumination of jack-o-lanterns.