Karen Williams Joins Women's FEST Lineup
Due to circumstances beyond the control of the Women’s FEST team, headliner Jessica Kirson will be unable to perform at this year’s Women’s FEST, but not to worry. Jessica has been replaced by the A-list, super-talented Karen Williams who will now share the stage with the also super-talented Sweet Baby J’ai. For more information on Karen, or on Women’s FEST 2017 or visit the CAMP Rehoboth website.
Bettenroo Set to Kick Off FEST Week
Women's FEST week kicks off with a special performance by local favorite Bettenroo in Unplugged and Casual at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center on Sunday April 2 at 3 p.m. Bettenroo’s Lori Jacobs and Anne Davey blend harmony with guitar, bass, and occasionally percussion. Their newly released CD Live Out Loud will be performed live at the Unplugged and Casual concert.Tickets: $10, available at camprehoboth.com.
Stop Kiss Opens at CAMP Rehoboth
The remarkable play Stop Kiss, is the story of two young women, and a first kiss that leads to shocking violence. Written by Diana Son, and directed for CAMP Rehoboth by Russell Stiles, the play is set to run March 10 and 11 at 8 p.m., and March 12 at 2 p.m. at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center. Tickets are $25, available on the CAMP Rehoboth website or by calling the CAMP office at 302-227-5620.
2017 CAMP Rehoboth Cruisers Celebrate an Amazing Adventure in Southeast Asia
“First off,” says CAMP Rehoboth Executive Director Steve Elkins, “this was more than just a cruise.” Led by CAMP Rehoboth Annual Sponsors Rick and Annette Stellhorn of Accent on Travel, the adventures for the 51 cruisers rarely stopped, and included highlights like Ankor Wat, and a three-day trip ending excursion to Bali. “Our group was as mixed as we are in RB,” Steve says: “gay, straight, men and women!
On the Road with Letters from CAMP Rehoboth
Never leave home without Letters from CAMP Rehoboth! In February it traveled to Asia on the CAMP Rehoboth Cruise (see cover photo) then joined Russell and Patricia Stiles in London. Lona Crist and Monica Fleischmann carried it on to St. John, and Cindy Scott, Sandy Sommerfield, Karen Dorris, and Deb Dorris made it a part of their fun in Cozumel, Mexico. Finally, Michael Warns and Rick Freda flew it to Barbados.