Join us for a pop-up Halloween Handmade Market in the CAMP Rehoboth Courtyard, featuring local LGBTQ+/ally artists and makers!
Come stroll through our courtyard, shop local, and support LGBTQ+/ally artists. This market will take place outside in our open air courtyard to allow for safety and social distancing. Foot traffic will be directed along a specific route, and unvaccinated vendors and guests must wear masks at all times. Entry is free and open to the public!
CAMP Rehoboth Theatre presents its production of Tiny Beautiful Things on November 5 and 6 at 7:30 p.m. and November 7 at 2 p.m. Based on the writings of Cheryl Strayed, this play was adapted for the stage by Nia Vardalos and directed by the incomparable Russell Stiles. Tickets are sold at a maximum capacity of 65 people in the audience per night to allow for social distancing, and all attendees must be fully masked.
Join us for Saturday morning yoga for men at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center.
During this program, we will apply the practices of Yoga to create a safe space for positive masculinity, shared experience of common anatomy, and in the formation of union with the authentic Self. There are many paths that lead to the state of Yoga, but all are meant to develop awareness and the understanding that we are already whole. All levels are welcome, and everyone will be given the opportunity to modify or advance their practice, based upon their preferences.
The Men's Discussion Group is a safe and nurturing space to start conversations important to our community. We celebrate who we are, we promote respect and understanding, and we accept each other's differences with intention to build a more connected community.
This discussion group is a safe space for Gay, Bisexual, and Trans men to talk about issues, values, and matters that make up our life, free from stigma and judgments.
Calling all Delaware based LGBTQ+ knitters, crocheters, and fiber-crafters.
Our group’s purpose is to create a thoughtful and engaging space for working, conversing, connecting, showing off, sharing resources, and supporting fiber-related crafts/projects in queer- and trans-affirming space.
Knitting is a great way to relieve stress, challenge yourself to learn something new, make gifts for friends and family, and spend some time meeting other creative people like yourself!
Register for this fun event at https://bit.ly/BingoReho and you will receive up to 10 Bingo cards via mail and a Zoom ID number to participate.
Then, just tune in once the game begins! An announcer will call the number and you mark your card or cards. Mark 5 numbers in a row vertically, horizontally, or diagonally to get as
many bingo game wins as you can on each new card. Raise your hand to get your card verified by your host.