Here’s a look at the planned new Clear Space Theatre buildings to be built along Rehoboth Avenue. Culminating a two-year process, the non-profit theatre company received RB Planning Commission approval of their site plan for the addresses 13-17 Rehoboth Avenue, on August 14. Next up, permits, bids, and ultimately construction of the two-theatre complex.
Sundance Provides Donations
2020 has been a unique year for all non-profits. That’s why CAMP Rehoboth wanted to have the Sundance fundraiser show support for three local organizations that are responding to the challenges we all face.
Immanuel Shelter went the extra mile in 2020, staying open longer than usual so Delawareans experiencing homelessness could have a safe space to shelter at home during the early months of the pandemic.
The Southern Delaware Alliance for Racial Justice has stepped up their work as the Black Lives Matter movement has helped put this issue in the spotlight. If you've been on Route 1 lately you've probably seen their new billboards proclaiming, "Racism Hurts Everyone."
Finally, in a time when we are seeing more and more LGBTQ youth finding their voices locally, PFLAG continues to provide essential support to LGBTQ families.
CAMP Rehoboth is proud to have highlighted the work of these three groups during the virtual Sundance and is happy to donate $1,000 to each of these organizations.
CAMP Rehoboth Gallery: "Balance and Harmony"
Check out the remarkable show by the Delaware Shore Artists Group now on the gallery walls at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center. This colorful look at old Havana is by artist Renata Price.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
It’s Your Turn to “Sing Out, Louise” -- CAMP Rehoboth is hosting a Virtual Open Mic Night!
It’s your time to shine at our new virtual open mic! All performers welcome—sing, read, act, play, or sashay! “Audience” members are welcome, too! The Open Mic will be every 3rd Friday from 6-8 p.m. Next up: Friday, October 16 & Friday, December 18. ▼