Ten More Queer Women in Art and History Who Changed the World (Virtual Presentation)
Artist and activist Liz Bradbury, who presented at Women’s FEST 2019, is back to share this brand new and hilarious presentation in a virtual format. Don’t miss this feel-good informative romp through our own history!
As part of Women's FEST 2021, CROP will head to Southern Delaware Therapeutic Riding (SDTR) in Milton to handle needed chores around the facility to help them prepare for the return of their riders after the challenges of the pandemic. SDTR is dedicated to improving the physical and emotional well-being of children and adults living with disabilities through equine assisted therapy in a supportive environment for riders and families.
For additional details about this specific event, and to sign up to volunteer, please click on the button below.
Join us in the CAMP Rehoboth Courtyard for the spring return of the Handmade Art Market. This socially distanced market features local artists selling a variety of goods like photography, ceramics, and more!
Women's FEST 2021 is excited to present: SIRENS of SPRING, Christine Havrilla with Gypsy Fuzz and Mama's Black Sheep -- a Free Virtual Concert to close-out the week of Women's activities. This Concert will stream on the Women's FEST Facebook page.
The CAMP Rehoboth Book Club is a queer-facilitated discussion group dedicated to reading novels about queer topics and/or books by queer authors that tackle a variety of interest and subject matters. We alternate between fiction, non-fiction, YA.
Our bookclub aims to bring all members of our community together in a safe, supportive and inclusive space to enjoy literature, conversation and most of all engage with each other. This group is open to all regardless of sexuality and gender.
Join us on Tuesday mornings in April at 8:00am for our Spring Renewal mediation. Erin Shivone from Lanikai wellness Studio will lead us in this renewing meditation. Spring is a time for renewal and change. This season brings just that...getting outside, connection, colors, warmth.
Everyone can access the health benefits of yoga in this Chair Yoga class with Erin Shivone from Lankai Studio. She’ll guide you to synchronize conscious breath and mindful movement. The sequence of poses is designed to energize and strengthen as well as relax and lengthen muscles. Reduce anxiety and stress, improve circulation, protect joints, builds strength and balance and support your overall well-being. Yoga also can help reduce cravings and simply make us feel good. Classes are free and open to all.
You are invited to join us as we create a peer-led discussion group for LGBTQ+ Black, Indigenous and People of Color in Delaware. We will have our first virtual meeting on April 27 at 7:00 p.m.
Our mission is to build a united front of diverse LGBTQ+ Black, Indigenous and People of Color community members for our social, political, and economic advancement by forming a hub for Delaware LGBTQ+ life.
Come together to bond, share and connect in community and discuss what matters most in your life and how we can come together to support each other.