Suede Is Back!
Yes, July 31—Suede will be performing at Epworth United Methodist. Check the CAMP Rehoboth website and Facebook pages for additional details. ▼
Kick and Roll It with Varsity Gay League
Love to play kickball, or to just watch a game? Varsity Gay League is welcoming LGBTQ athletes and their allies to its first kickball league in the Rehoboth community. Varsity Gay League formed the first Queer + Kickball League in 2010. Since then, more than 20,000 players in 18 cities in the US have participated. Everyone is welcome regardless of experience or identity. The league focuses on providing value, creativity, and a supportive staff to help you succeed.
Games are played on Saturdays at 11 a.m. at Beacon Middle School in Lewes. The new kickball season opens August 14 and 21 with two open-play (come check us out) games, then the fall season begins August 28 through October 23. Registration opens July 23.
Varsity Gay League Bowling’s fall season runs from August 19 through October 21. Registration opens June 28. Visit varsitygayleague.com for more info. ▼
Freddie’s Bar Opening
On Independence Day weekend, Freddie’s Beach Bar will be opening at its new location on South First Street. Formerly home to the Pond/Frog Pond, this spot will be a refreshing change of scenery for the restaurant. Many DC-area friends will recall that Freddie’s first opened its doors 20 years ago in Arlington, Virginia. So be sure to stop by and say hello to the wall full of Barbie dolls. Welcome to the beach, Freddie! ▼
Merging: Delaware SPCA and Delaware Humane Association (DHA)
DHA and the Delaware SPCA will soon be one organization. Both long-standing leaders in the community, the two groups will partner to offer complementary services to pets and people and multiply their collective impact. The two groups have collaborated for many years on animal transports, pet food pantry events, and sharing of resources. Delaware SPCA, which has served the Delaware community for 147 years, will continue to offer adoption, low-cost veterinary services, and spay/neuter at its facility on Stanton Christiana Road. The merged organization will also include DHA’s current sites in Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach. By combining, they will be able to grow their programs and services, saving even more animals. The merger is expected to be complete in fall 2021. ▼