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What’s On Tap?


Last week, we became the tourists and headed out of Delmarva and on up to the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania. Sometimes, you just have to discover something else besides Delmarva. Our apologies. We also experienced a few technical difficulties. Summer is in full swing, and if you are in need of some ideas to get the most out of it here are just a few coming up this week on Delmarva. We are going to include some events that are happening through the week, because, well, why not?


Saturday, July 22nd, The Seafood & Arts Festival is from 10 am to 6 pm at Delaware Seashore State Park at 39415 Inlet Road, Rehoboth Beach.

Sunday, July 23rd, Darrius RuckerDelaware State Fair. The show is from 7:30 pm until 9:30 pm I have only heard Darrius Rucker’s country stuff a few times, but I once saw him play with Hootie and The Blowfish at Elon University. It was a great show.

Monday, July 24th, Gabriel Iglesias,  Delaware State Fair at 8 pm to 10 pm 18500 S Dupont Hwy, Harrington, Delaware 19952. Go see Gabriel Iglesias in case you are in need of a laugh.



Saturday, July 22nd, The Peach-Fuzztival. Get it? Hosted by the Ocean Pines Farmers’ Market 239 Ocean Parkway, Berlin, Maryland 21811. The event will also feature music and other entertainment.

Sunday, July 23rd, Greese, the movie starts at 8:30 pm at Stephen Decatur Park and Town of Berlin Maryland. The park is located at Tripoli St. & Route 113 in Berlin. Long for simpler times? Go see Greese.

 Thursday, July 27th,  Next Generation at Richardson Maritime Museum.
This is a historical event. The event is from 6 pm to 7:30 pm. The Richardson Maritime Museum is located at 401 High St., Cambridge

Sunday, July 23rd, The 92nd Annual Chincoteague VFD Carnival and Pony Penning. The carnival is from 7 am until 11 pm

Monday, July 24th, at 6 am Pony Beach Walk in Chincoteague. In preparation for Wednesday’s Pony Swim, at day break, the Saltwater Cowboys will move the ponies from the Northern Corral out to the beachfront then south along the Atlantic Ocean. Be at the Assateague Beach by 6 am Park in the beachfront parking lots and follow the crowds.

Thursday, July 27th, The Pony Auction. The auction begins at 8 am. The auction takes place at the Chincoteague Volunteer Fireman’s Carnival.


What’s on Tap?

It is Friday night. We are way, way behind in posting what is going on this weekend. Summer is most assuredly in full swing. A LOT of people are visiting this week. We are starting to wonder if this is really slower lower. It’s been a little busier than usual. Perhaps that is because half of New Jersey decided to visit. We don’t blame them. The beaches here are beautiful. They are open and they are free. Nope. You don’t need badges here. We also have a great governor. He is really very nice. No lie. We have met him. Anyway, if you procrastinate or you just want some ideas of different things to do during your visit here are some options.


Saturday, July 8th: The 37th Annual Sandcastle Contest. The contest starts at 9:30 p.m. and lasts until 2 p.m. at Delaware Seashore State Park. The park is located between Bethany Beach and Dewey Beach. The annual Sandcastle Contest at the South Inlet Day Area. There will be a professional sand sculptor demonstration, beach-themed crafts and activities for children, the 50th-anniversary park history exhibit, and a special demo put on by the State Park Beach Patrol! The whole event (including contest entry) is free to the public with paid park entry! For more information, call (302) 227-6991. This is a bargain and your kids will love it.

Saturday, July 8th: The 23rd Annual Nanticoke Riverfest. This is an all day event in Seaford and it sounds like fun. It starts at 9 a.m. and wraps up around 9 p.m. There are canoe and kayak races, float-ins, a car show and a youth fishing tournament. It seriously sounds like there is a bit if something for everyone. We may have to check this out.

Sunday, July 9th, Moon Circle is being hosted by Dimitra Yoga.  Yoga, Singing Bowls, Shamanic Ceremony, Meditation, and Bonfire. This event is $35. It runs from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. at Lewes Beach on Savannah Road, just across from the Dairy Queen. The special Moon Circle gatherings are timed with the phases of the moon so you can experience first-hand the transformational energies of our celestial neighbor. Attuning yourself to the phases of the moon can become a powerful touchstone for setting intentions, navigating the stresses of tumultuous times, and for discovering NEW actions that you can to support yourself and the world you so deeply care about.


Sunday, July 9th, Maryland Dove visits the Chesapeake Bay Maritime MuseumThe Maryland Dove, Historic St. Mary’s Floating Ambassador.   This event is from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum at213 N Talbot St, Saint Michaels, Md. The Maryland Dove arrived at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum on Thursday, July 6, and can be seen out on the Miles River and dockside through Monday, July 10. Local school groups will be touring the ship, with Dove open for boarding to all CBMM guests from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. July 8 – 10. Free public access will be available on July 8 from 5 – 8:00 pm.

Sunday, July 9th, Berlin Concert on the Lawn _ Chesapeake Brass Band. This event is hosted by the town of Berlin. The concert is being held at 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Calvin B. Taylor House Museum at 208 N. Main St., Berlin.

Sunday, July 9th, Full Moon Yoga.  Hosted by Assateague Island Alliance (AIA) The event is being held from 8 p.m. until 9 p.m. at Experience Assateague’s peaceful surroundings, clear your mind and exercise your body while the full moon rises over the ocean. Practice is led by our amazing instructor Chrissy Ehrhart of Zenna Wellness Studio. Free but park entrance fees are in effect. All levels welcome! BYO beach towel, insect repellent is recommended just in case. Meet at the shade pavilion in North Beach parking lot. 6633 Bayberry Dr. Berlin, MD 21811 If you can’t make it this Sunday they will have two more sessions this summer! August 7 at 8 pm and September 7 at 7 pm. Very zen.


Saturday, July 8th, Chincoteague Island KOA, Christmas in July, noon until 6 p.m. Spend time with Santa poolside and snap your holiday vacation photo. Trim a palm tree to make him feel at home while he’s away. Enjoy a fireside Christmas story with S’mores for the kids, and decorate your campsite for the Christmas decorating contest. All in all, this will be a great family fun weekend to help spread the yuletide cheer this summer while Santa is on vacation! KOA will be collecting canned foods to donate to a local charity this weekend as well!

Saturday, July 8th, Star gazing at Wise Point Boat Ramp! Hosted by Eastern Shore of VA and Fisherman Island NWR. This event is from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Telescopes will be provided for visitors to view stars and planets. Feel free to bring your own. Bring bug spray as well. This event is Free and open to all ages. The event is going to be held at 32205 Seaside Road, Cape Charles, Va.

Sunday, July 8th, Art in a Barn by Experimental Film Virginia. Hosted by Art Soaked Weekends.   This event is from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. This is being held at Bill Parr’s Seaview Creek Farm at 24021 Seaside Road, Cape Charles, Va. 23310.  Live Music & Performances with special guests. Local Food, Wine, Beer for purchase. Tickets $10, free admission 18 and under (includes performances, one drink ticket, and free wine tasting). Rain or Shine. 6 PM-10 PM (757.331.GEAR)

This is a casual event, takes place at a 100-year-old restored barn. Come ready to enjoy picnic-style food with local wines and beers featured at our cash bar. Meet people from the Virginia Oyster Trail, the Virginia Film Office as well as special guests. Performances happen throughout the evening featuring the international and local talent of Experimental Film Virginia including Art Bridgman and Myrna Packer (presenting the interactive media and dance film piece called “Truck”), Italian artist Stefano Giorgi, Virginia Opera’s Ann Carolyn-Bird, Italian dance company Balletto Teatro di Torino and harpist Federica Magliano.

It is a great chance to mix and mingle with all the artists of Experimental Film Virginia, in residence for two weeks making films in and around Cape Charles on Virginia’s Eastern Shore.

So, if you are looking something that goes beyond the boardwalk or the beach here are but a few suggestions. Have a great weekend.


What’s on Tap?



What’s on Tap? Well, the Fourth of July and fireworks. There is actually plenty of other stuff going on, too.  But if you have kids or grandkids, you probably want to know where you can go see the fireworks. We don’t blame you one bit. We love the Fourth of July and the fireworks. How could we not? Delmarva includes the first state and the first town. Delmarva is nothing if not independent. So here are some spots where you can take in the fireworks. Happy Fourth to all!



Saturday, July 1st: Millsboro Stars and Stripes at Cupola Park. The event starts at 6 p.m. with food vendors and a DJ. The fireworks begin at 9 p.m. Cupola Park also has a playground. This is perfect if you love fireworks and don’t want to fight beach traffic.

Sunday, July 2nd: Rehoboth Beach Fireworks: head to the Bandstand on the boardwalk. The Funsters will play at 8 p.m. The fireworks will begin around 9 p.m. The city is advising that people take the DART buses to the fireworks.

Tuesday, July 4th: Bethany Beach. Ok, this may be the one to go to. Bethany Beach has about 12 bands, including a downtown Dixieland band and a German Oompah Band ( I can’t help but think of Willie Wonka.), and other activities planned, including a trivia contest with none other than a Ben Franklin look-alike. (we love this.) The fireworks start at dusk. Check here.

Sunday, July 2nd and Monday, July 3rd, The Cape-May Lewes Ferry. This is way too late for us, but this would be a fantastic way to see the fireworks. The ship leaves the Cape May-Lewes Ferry terminal at 7:15 p.m. to view the fireworks in Rehoboth on the second. The trip on Monday goes to New Jersey. Tickets are $35 for adults and $20 for children per trip.


Saturday, July 1s: Family Fun for Independence Day Celebration. This event runs from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Sturgis Memorial Park Snow Hill, Md. The fireworks display will be at Sturgis Park on River Street. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy the Independence Day fireworks display at dusk. Neon glow sticks, necklaces, and bracelets will be sold.  410-632-2080.  Click here.

Saturday, July 1st: Fireworks in St. Michael’s Harbor and Big Band Night at Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. This sounds simply picturesque. Watch the fireworks along the water in St. Michael’s, or anchor out on the Miles River to enjoy the display reflected in the water. Big Bound music will play Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum at 7 p.m. You can also watch the fireworks from the museum’s campus. Bring a lawn chair, enjoy music and food vendors will be on site. Click here.

Tuesday, July 4TH:  CONCERT & FIREWORKS ON THE BEACH: Enjoy a free concert at 8 p.m., followed by fireworks at 9:30 p.m. on the beach at N. Division Street in Ocean City, Md. For more information, call 800-626-2326 or 410-250-0125.

Monday, July 3:  The Bulkhead Bayside Avenue Rock Hall, Maryland,  Kent County at 9 p.m. 410-639-7611. Click here.

Tuesday, July 4th: Red, White, and Boom at Wicomico County Stadium in Salisbury. A fireworks display held at Wicomico County Stadium. Gates open at 6:30 p.m.  Families can enjoy music from WBOC 102.5, bounce houses and food vendors. A Kids Kazoo Parade is at 8 p.m. Bring chairs and blankets to enjoy the fireworks, which start at 9:15 p.m. Free parking across the street at Wicomico Youth & Civic Center and Wicomico High School parking lots. Rain date is July 5. Click here.


Saturday, July 1: Fireworks in Celebration of Independence Day The Pony Express will be operating 3 trolleys free of charge beginning at 5 p.m. and the Town of Chincoteague will offer shuttle bus services from the Chincoteague Combined High School to the Carnival grounds beginning at 6p.m. Visitor and citizens are encouraged to use these free services as there will be very limited parking. (Rain date 7/8). The fireworks are at 10 p.m. at the Carnival Grounds. They are being sponsored by the Chincoteague Volunteer Fire Co. Click here.

Tuesday, July 4th: Cape Charles, Va. fireworks offer a small town parade with firetrucks beforehand. The festivities run from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Go to Bay Avenue in Cape Charles to enjoy. Click here.





What’s on Tap?


The traffic this week has been, well, not so great. It is the season and they say the population of Delmarva balloons overnight. I would say that is pretty true. The City of Rehoboth Beach alone gets to be about 50,000 strong in the summer months. While we locals, myself included,  grumble about the traffic, we totally get why you are here. We also really, really appreciate it. Who wouldn’t want to drive down from Wilmington, Philadelphia or come over the bridge from Baltimore or D.C. to Delmarva? It is pretty freaking awesome here. Still, there a lot of cars. There are a lot of people riding bikes and a lot of people walking. Dare I say not everyone is paying attention. If you have ever driven up or down Coastal Highway, you know exactly what I am talking about. There are a lot of fun things to do on Delmarva, but be safe trying to get them. Enough of the soapbox, here is a look at What’s on Tap this weekend.




Saturday, June 24th, Ansel Adams Step Outside the Studio Watercolor Hike. Hosted by Biggs Museum of American Art. The event starts at 8 AM and finishes up at 10 AM. Here is where: Biggs Museum of American Art 406 Federal St, Dover, Delaware 19901. If you have never been to Dover, stop by, it is the capital of Delaware and it is a pretty neat city. Pre-registration is required and there is a cost. Call the Briggs at 302-674-211 ext. 110.

Saturday, June 24th, Gardening for Water and Wildlife. This is hosted by the East Coast Garden Center. It starts at 10 a.m. and ends at noon. It is at the East Coast Garden Center at 30366 Cordrey Road, Millsboro. The center is teaming up with the Abbott Mill Nature Center. They will go give a presentation on Monarch butterflies and their habitats, rain gardens, bird sanctuaries and native plants.

Saturday, June 24th, The Stray Cat Lee Rocker. Did you like to rock this town in the ’80s? If you’ve got cat class and you’ve got cat style, go check out Stray Cat Lee Rocker. He will perform at 7 a.m. at the Freeman Stage at Bayside. The show starts at 7 p.m. and tickets are $20. Here is the address: 31750 Lake View Drive Selbyville, DE 19975. If you are in Ocean City, you are very close.



Saturday, June 24th, View from The Lighthouse: The Underground Railroad. The Choptank River Lighthouse will host a reception from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m for their new exhibit. It is free. This event at the Choptank River Lighthouse in Cambridge pairs nicely with other events associated with the underground railroad. You can find out more about these historical events by clicking here.

Friday, June 23rd, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., The 4th Friday Street Festival at Pocomoke City. The event offers local artists, food, beer, wine, vendors and live music. Pocomoke City has been dubbed the “friendliest town on the Eastern Shore.” Sounds like good family fun. Go see for yourself.

Friday, June 23rd through Sunday, June 25th, The Worcester County Fair. The fair is located at Bryd Park in Snow Hill. The event offers nothing but the finest fair food: Pit Beef, Ribs, Seafood, Kettle Corn, Cheesesteaks. The Worcester County Fair has it all, including a lot of fun activities for kids.


Friday, June 23rd, The Chincoteague Volunteer Fireman’s Carnival Opening weekend. This event offers rides, oyster fritters. This is Chincoteague, one of the neatest towns on the Eastern seaboard, just go. You will enjoy it. For details click here.

Saturday, June 24th, NASA launches Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket. The launch is scheduled for 9:07 and 9:22 p.m. The Nasa Visitors Center at Wallops Island will open at 8:30 p.m. People in other parts of Delmarva can watch on Facebook. Live coverage begins at 8:50 p.m. The mission will help scientists gather information over a larger area for a study on the ionosphere. Canisters deployed during the rocket’s ascent will release blue-green and red vapor to form artificial clouds about 4 to 5 minutes after the launch. The vapor tracers will allow scientists to track particle motions in space. The clouds may be visible from New York to North Carolina.

Friday, June 23rd, Kiptopeke State Park, Take a wagon ride and explore the park. The Wagon rides begins at 5 p.m and finish at 6 p.m. Take a seat in our wagon as we explore the park. Discover the park’s trails and what’s hiding amongst them on this one hour ride. Register at the Park Office. Only 10 seats available. Free.

Hope you have a great weekend!

What’s on Tap?

What’s On Tap?

The season is in full swing. The schools here just finished on Wednesday. Everyone is at the beach. That means there are probably more things to do on Delmarva than you have time. Chose wisely. Here are a few options to consider this weekend. Whatever you decide to do, hope you have a great time doing it. Enjoy!



Friday, June 16th: Firefly Festival is playing in Dover. 21 Pilots are playing. So is Weezer and Ok Go and a lot of other bands. Day passes are $129. We love us some 21 Pilots. Go enjoy.

Saturday, June 17th: Selbyville’s 60th Old Timer’s Day Classic Car & Truck Show. The show is from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. For details: click here.

Saturday, June 17th: Firefly Fireside Chat with Sam Calagione. This is the man who created Dogfish Head. If you like good beer and Indie music go talk with this man. The chat with Sam will take place between 10 AM – 11:15 AM at Dogfish Inn. The address is 105 Savannah Rd, Lewes, Delaware 19958. Lewes is beautiful. You will love it.


Saturday, June 17th: Ocean City Air Show. The U.S. Navy Blue Angels will headline the 10th-anniversary edition of the Ocean City Air Show on June 17-18, 2017. This year’s event will feature a wide variety of military demos including the USMC MV-22 Osprey and civilian performers like the GEICO Skytypers. Tickets at the Drop Zone Beach are $30 the day of the show. Kids are $14.

Saturday, June 17th: International Surfing Day. The event is being hosted by Surfrider Foundation – Ocean City Maryland Chapter. The event starts at 12 p.m. and runs until 3:30 p.m. Meet at the Assateague Island Surf Shop. We don’t have a whole lot of information about this event, but it involves surfing and Assateague. How could you go wrong?

Saturday, June 17th: Chesapeake Children’s Book Festival. The festival is from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. It is being hosted by the Chesapeake Children’s Book Festival and Talbot County Free Library. The festival will be held at Talbot County Free Library. It is located at 100 W Dover St, Easton, Md.


Saturday, June 17th: Magothy Bay Natural Area Preserve Hike. The hike is from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. This is a special guided hike of Magothy Bay Natural Area Preserve. Meet at t the visitor center. The group will carpool over to Magothy Bay Natural Area Preserve. Bring what you need for the weather, including a backpack, water, sunscreen, and bug spray.

Saturday, June 17th: Stem Saturday: Engineering Challenge at NASA Wallops Flight Facility Visitor Center.  Visitors assemble a team of friends and family and they discuss a challenge Wallops’ engineers solve every day. Your team needs to work together overcome a similar type of engineering challenge. It lasts about an hour and is recommended for people ages 6 years old and older. Got a budding scientist? This is for you. It starts at 12 p.m. You need to register, so call ahead.

Well, that’s just what we know, but we are sure that there is a lot more. Hope you find something you like to do this weekend. Whatever that is, enjoy!

What’s on Tap?

What’s on Tap?

It has been a busy week. Slower Lower isn’t so slow in the summer. The season has begun and that means all sorts of fun stuff is going on this weekend on Delmarva. We will be unable to partake as it is graduation season and we will be crossing over the bridge to see one of our beloved family members graduate from high school. We are hoping to see a little more of Delmarva during our quick road trip. So here it goes. This is kind of a short version of events.


Saturday, June 10th, Rehoboth Beach VegFest. We do not have all of the details so you are going to want to go to to get them. But, from what we have seen, it looks pretty neat. There will be a kids tent with a bounce house and arts and crafts from the Rehoboth Art League. There will Yoga for kindness, Tai Chi, Self-Love Mediation and sound healing. Parking is free and leashed dogs are welcome. Go get your calm on.

Saturday, June 10th, Beach goes Blue, Red, and White, too! So this event is put on by the Rehoboth-Dewey Chamber of Commerce and it celebrates police, military, fireman and other first responders. This event kicks off at 8 a.m with a 5k run and ends with a 10 p.m. light show on the beach. There will also be a good guy swearing in ceremony and a push-up contest. Want more details? Click here. If you served in the military or the police force, this event is tailor-made for you.

Saturday, June 10th, Sups for Pups. This event combines the two things most folks in Delaware love: dogs and water. SUPS for Pups benefits the Delaware SPCA, which is an awesome organization that is dedicated to eliminating animal cruelty, neglect, and overpopulation. The event takes place between 11 s.m. and 2 p.m. It offers paddle boarding clinics, demos, and pet-friendly vendors. Want more details? Click here.


Friday, June 9th, The Lovin Cup at The Globe, 7 PM – 10 PM. at The Globe at 12 Broad St., Berlin, Md. The Globe. Who doesn’t love music?

Friday, June 9, Saturday, June 10th, and Sunday, June 11th: The 2017 Chamber Music Festival in Easton heads into its second week. The festival, more than 30 years old, features classical and jazz music. It is more than 10 concerts over more than two weeks. Interested? Click here.



Friday, June 9th, Main Street Fun Fridays. This is hosted by the Historic Main Street Merchants of Chincoteague. It is from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.  The fun can include anything from discount coupons to free appetizers to artists, musicians, games and more. We are not positive about what this is, but we can tell you this town is adorable and you will fall in love with its charm whether they offer you a coupon or not.

Saturday, June 10th, Nasa Wallops Visitors Center, will give you all the information you could possibly want on our solar system. We love science in our house and NASA is just plain cool. The event kicks off at 11 a.m. the facility is offering interactive activities. It is perfect for kids between the ages of 5 and 10.  At 2 p.m, NASA will offer a presentation for all ages on the sum, the planets, moons and dwarf planets. This presentation is for all ages and lasts about 30 minutes.


Have a great weekend! We hear the weather is supposed to be great this weekend. Enjoy!




What’s on Tap?

What is on tap?

Ok, it has been a busy week. It is the season. There were birthday parties. Field trips. Work responsibilities. The list goes on and on. We are sorry for posting this so late. But, if you find yourself wanting to do something besides play on the beach, or stroll the boardwalk,  here are some ideas of other things that are going on that you might want to try.



Saturday, June 3rd, The Third Annual Andy & Opie Fishing Tournament. at 8 AM – 1 PM at Milton Memorial Park in Downtown Milton. This is a fishing tournament for kids! Each child who participates will receive a brand new fishing rod! Bait, hooks, and bobbers will be provided if needed. Registration starts at 8 a.m. Oh, and Irish Eyes is providing hot dogs and water for lunch for free! Want to know more about this event or the sponsors?

Sunday, June 4th, Yoga in the Park. Hosted by Lewes Canalfront Park. 8 AM – 9 AM. Lewes Canalfront Park. Bring your mat and join instructors from Dimitra Yoga for a free class on the lawn. Every Sunday at 8 AM from June 4 to Sept 3rd.

Sunday, June 4th, The Dewey Color Run. The race starts at the Rusty Rudder at 113 Dickinson St, Dewey Beach, Delaware 19971.Registration includes: The race features six color stops, a photo booth, live music/swag bags. Food and Bud Light for the adults, or those over 21.

Saturday, June 3rd, The Vagina Monologues. Ok. This is not for the young among us. However, if you are a mother or grandmother in need of a break from your family, go to Clear Space Theatre at Rehoboth Beach and laugh with Elaine Faye. Saw the show last night. Elaine was great. She received a standing ovation. Full disclosure I work with Clear Space. Though, I may be a little bias here, the standing ovation was very really. It was a great show. There are about 40 tickets left for Saturday. Tickets are $32.


Saturday, June 3rd, The 6th Annual Beach Bash Flag Football Tournament. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Clarion Hotel Beach, Ocean City, MD. Ok, I am not sure if this is kid friendly. I doubt that it is. It says 21 and older, but it does sound fun. Check it out for yourself here.

Sunday, June 4th, Yoga at the Sail (Land) by Over Board. The event is from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Visitor Center at Sailwinds Park East. The park is located at 2 Rose Hill Drive in Cambridge. There is a cost, $10 cash only 0.25% of proceeds donated to Sailwinds for future events. Bring your own mat.


Sunday, June 4th, Artist Showcase II at Globe Theatre.  The event starts at 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. at The Globe at 12 Broad St., Berlin. This sounds pretty darn cool. FIVE bands take the stage and FIVE solo artists on a separate stage will perform. Who doesn’t like good music?



Saturday, June 3rd, Clean The Bay Day. 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at  Kiptopeke State Park. The park is located at 3540 Kiptopeke Dr, Cape Charles, Virginia 23310. In the Algonquin language, Kiptopeke means Big Water. Individuals and groups are encouraged to register with the CBF, but walk-ups will also be welcomed with open arms and empty trash bags. We’ll meet in the Pier parking lot across from the boat ramp.

Saturday, June 3rd, The Buzz about Bees! The event is from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at 32205 Seaside Road, Cape Charles, Virginia 23310. The event is hosted by Eastern Shore of VA and Fisherman Island NWR. The topic of this free talk is The Buzz about Bees and other pollinators, where visitors learn about the unique traits of these creatures and their special habitat needs. If you like to garden, or you just like science, sounds like fun.

Saturday, June 3rd, The Feenies at SBR, or Sunset Beach Resort. 32246 Lanksord Hwy, Cape Charles, Virginia 23310. The Feenies will play from 7 to 10 p.m. Do you like the ’90s? Who doesn’t miss Sound Garden or the New Kids on The Block. We have never seen the Feenies, but here is their website. Check ’em out.

Ok, like we said. We had a lot to do this week. So, this was kind of a rush job. There may be some typos and mistakes. We apologize in advance. Have a great weekend. Hey, if you like this site, please subscribe. It would help us keep it going. Many thanks!

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Ok, it is Memorial Day weekend! The official start of summer and the “season.” It looks like the weather might not be the best this weekend. That is kind of a bummer. But, there is still plenty to do on Delmarva. Oh, if you are planning to hit Rehoboth Beach bring your quarters. Friday the season starts back up and so do the parking meters.



Saturday, May 27th, The Delaware Amish Community Spring Auction. Yes, the Amish live in Delaware, too. If you are from Lancaster, Pa. you will feel right at home. The event is from 8:30 am.until 3:30 pm Spend the day on an authentic Amish farm in rural Delaware!The event is being held on the Dan Miller farm at 5790 Halltown Road – DE Rt 8 – near Hartly, Delaware.

Saturday, May 27th, Bowers Beach Buccaneer Bash. Argh, Matey. Who doesn’t want to be a pirate? Get the chance to check out how the pirates once lived at 3308 Main St. in Bowers Beach from 10 am to May 28 at 5 pm. Honestly, cannot tell you much about the Buccaneer Bash, except that there is apparently a cannon demonstration. There also might be live music. Bowers Beach is a bay side beach town in between Dover and Lewes. Sounds pretty neat if you have kids and don’t want to fight the beach crowds.


Sunday, May 28th, Sunday Brunch with Christine Havrilla at JAVA JUKEBOX. The brunch with live music at the Java Jukebox is from 10 AM – 1 PM at 37169 Rehoboth Avenue Ext (Henlopen Square), Rehoboth Beach, Delaware 19971. The good times include continental breakfast, entertainment, coffee and tea, and plenty of space for fun and dancing for just $10. Specialty drinks and the full menu will also be available.


Friday, May 26th, OC Screams Opening Memorial Day Weekend. Ocean City Screams Haunted House 14 Worcester Street, Ocean City, Maryland 21842 This is not for young kids. This is for adults or teens. It also costs money, so you will need to buy some tickets.

Sunday, May 28th, the 5th Annual Mid-Atlantic Wild West Fest. Frontier Town OC 8428 Stephen Decatur Hwy, Berlin, Maryland 21811. Cowboy Re-enactors, Authentic Chuck Wagon Cooking, Quick Draw Contest, Main Street Shows, CMSA Cowboy Mounted Shooting and Cowboys Team Roping. This event is not free. You have to buy tickets.

Monday, May 29th, Berlin Memorial Day Parade. This is an old-fashioned Memorial Day celebration and parade. Vendor booths, kids activities, yard sale tables, food, entertainment, and fun!


Friday, May 26th, Cheriton Market brings together local artisans to showcase their talents. You will find jewelry, crafts and handmade clothing in downtown Cheriton. Many gift ideas await you here from local artisans as well as Chef Jason Van Marter’s delectable creations.Try a fresh local oyster dish each Friday night!  21229 South Bayside Rd 23316. The event is between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Friday, May 26th, May Story Swap, Chincoteague Storytelling Guild and Chincoteague Cultural Alliance from 6:30 p.m. until 9 p.m.Got any cool stories? Come and share them! Refreshments served at 6:30, Stories start at 7. Story Swap is free and open to the public. Donations are always welcome.

Saturday, May 27th, build a bat or bird box at the Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge. The event starts at noon. The refuge has enough supplies and people can take their bird boxes home with them. The visitor center is located at 4005 Sandpiper Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23456. We hope to see you at Back Bay NWR this Saturday!

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What’s on Tap?


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On Delmarva, there is always so much to do that it is hard to keep track sometimes. Nice problem to have, huh? Anyway, we thought we would try and make things easy for some people wondering whether they want to drive over the bridge. Here’s what is on tap for the weekend of May 20th.



  • Saturday, May 20th, Movie on The Farm: Charlotte’s Web. Really? Does it get any cuter than that? Parsons Farms Produce in Dagsboro, DE will show the children’s classic at their market. The movie will begin at 8:15 p.m. Admission and parking are free. Bring a flashlight and your own seating. Concessions are for sale. Want more details? Click here.
  • Sunday, May 21st, Berry-Dairy Festival: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event is hosted by The Frozen Farmer and Evans Farm. Admission is free. They have a strawberry ice cream eating contest, games, glitter tattoos, barnyard animal train rides and other goodies.  Bridgeville, Delaware. Want more details? Click here.
  • Saturday, May 20th, Magee Farms Annual Family Strawberry Festival: The event is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Lewes, DE. The event features a strawberry picking contest, best-dressed baby contest, a moon bounce, a.k.a., a bouncy house and a dunking booth. Need more information? Click here


  • Friday, May 19th, Ocean 98’s 7th Annual MayDay Playday: The event is from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. The radio station will close off Main Street in downtown Berlin and host a party in what has been dubbed the Coolest Small Town in America. The event is free and features  Jocelyn & Chris Arndt and The Rogue Citizens. The event also will have corn hole and a beer garden.
  • Saturday, May 20thDelmarvalous Festival: The event is from 10 AM – 7 PM at the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art at Salisbury University. A celebration of local traditions. Admission is free. Learn how to make Smith Island Cake, carve a decoy and build a bird house, learn about Native American traditions. for more details click here
  • Thursday, May 18 through Sunday, May 21st, The National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Conference. The event is being presented by the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park. The event starts at 8 a.m. and runs until 5 p.m. The event is being held in Cambridge, Md. The conference offers speakers, discussions, and tours.


  • Saturday, May 20th, Sunrise Yoga on the beach, at 9:30 a.m. Kiptopeke State Park, Drop-ins: $8. The event is being hosted by Breathe Easy and Smile Yoga.
  • Saturday, May 20th, Paws for Reading: 10:45 a.m. to noon at the Cape Charles Memorial Library. Children will read to dogs to gain confidence in their reading skills. The library is located at 201-Mason Ave. in Cape Charles.
  • Sunday, May 21st, Sundae in the Park,  from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.Cape Charles Citizens for Central Park will host a sundae social at Cape Charles Central Park. Click here for more details. 

What’s on tap?

On Delmarva, if you are bored, it really is your own fault. There is always something to do. If there is nothing going on, then there is always nature. So here is a glimpse of just some of the things going on this coming weekend on Delmarva. Know of something happening on Delmarva and you want us to add it to the list? Go ahead and email us at Have a great weekend! Hey, you are going to Delmarva. How could you not?



  • May 12 Mac N’ Brews: Rockabilly and Pinups! Hosted by Milton Theatre. It starts at 7:30 p.m and ends around 10 p.m.
  • May 13th Paint the Ferry on the Ferry, The Lewes-Cape May Ferry, that is. This event is on Saturday from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. For more details and for tickets visit Painting with a Twist. You could also call 800-643-3779. The cost is $50 and includes painting supplies, a round-trip ferry ride, cheese and crackers and a cash bar.
  • May 13 Funland 2017 Opening Day!
    Sat 1 PM · Funland Rehoboth Beach. The season has begun.