FREE. Starting at CAMP Rehoboth, 37 Baltimore Ave. Join host Joan Ridolfi and Jean Boland for a 1.5-2-mile stroll through downtown. Hear local history, see the sights. Rain or shine; weather contingency plan in place.
FREE. Check-in 9:45 a.m. Bikes To Go, 174 Rehoboth Ave. Relaxed pace, easy scenic ride on Cape Henlopen State Park trail. Bring your bike or rent a hybrid or mountain bike (trail unsuitable for street bikes). Helmet required. No music or dog carriages allowed.
FREE. Atlantic Sands Hotel, 1 Baltimore Ave., Rehoboth Beach. Art talk by lesbian artist/writer/educator Liz Bradbury.
Liz Bradbury, a prize winning, exhibiting artist, was also a tenured SUNY professor and Director of the Jamestown Artisans Center. As an LGBTQ activist she has worked for the rights of the community and is currently director of the Training Institute of the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBTQ Community Center in Allentown, PA. She has presented over 125 LGBTQ cultural competency trainings in the last three years.
FREE. Atlantic Sands Hotel, 1 Baltimore Ave., Rehoboth Beach. Speaker Mariah Burton Nelson discusses a personal, political, inspirational story about grief, sports, creativity, and ancient goddess figurines.
Mariah Burton Nelson is a nationally recognized thought leader on women, gender, and sports. She is the author of seven books and many publications. She is also a former Stanford and professional basketball player. She lives in Arlington, VA, and Rehoboth Beach with her wife, Katherine.
Comics Lisa Koch, Vickie Shaw, and Roxanna Ward, have performed separately and together all over the world, on Olivia cruises, and in every imaginable venue. Individually and together they are hilarious as they do stand-up, sing, play piano, and entertain..
7:15 p.m. Early FEST Pass/sponsor seating for concert.
7:30 p.m. General seating (if available) for concert.
Advance reservations online recommended. Tickets, if available, sold at the door at 6:45 p.m. Cash bar.