Ring in 2011 at Starburst Gayla
What with roasting turkeys and holiday music in our ears, it’s time to think about the very last night of the year—New Years’ Eve in Rehoboth. The 9th Annual Starburst Gayla is being planned as you read! And with it falling on a Friday night this year, the town should be starbursting with women (and their men friends!) all converging on the Convention Center for the Gayla.
The great news is that the combination of a tantalizing gourmet meal by Nourish and its superstar chef Deb Sutter, and music by both the spectacular Viki Dee (starting the evening) and DJ Peggy Castle for the dance is being repeated. Also, the ever-popular open bar all evening, door prizes, festive décor, champagne toast at midnight plus dessert and coffee buffet will all be back.
Tickets for the dinner-dance event are $95 (advance reservations only), with dance-only tickets (9 p.m.-1 a.m.) available for $50 in advance or at the door.
According to Nourish’s Deb Sutter, the dinner will once again be a healthy and delicious comfort food affair.
Remember, advance reservations are a must for dinner/dance tickets at $95. per person, and they will not be sold at the door. Dance tickets, at $50, will be sold in advance as well as at the door.
The Gayla is part of an entire weekend of activities for women. For information call 302-227-5620.
Trick or Treat for CAMP Rehoboth
The halloween party hosted by Bruce Pfeuffer and Jeff Kiley at Finbar was definitely a treat. The event raised more than $6,200 for the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center.
Celebrating Our Community Unity
CAMP Rehoboth is partnering with Rehoboth Beach Main Street for the annual Community Unity Dinner on December 5 at the Rehoboth Convention Center. Join us for dinner and dessert.
For Frying Out Loud! Benefits CAMP
A&M Books is proud to announce the release of Fay Jacobs’ newest book, For Frying Out Loud. Celebrate with Fay at CAMP Rehoboth on Sunday, November 21 from 3-5 p.m.
World AIDS Day Shines Light on Human Rights
World AIDS Day—Wednesday, December 1—will be observed in Rehoboth Beach with a Candlelight Walk beginning at 6:30 at the bandstand and ending at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 18 Olive Ave., for the Reading of the Names and a Service of Remembrance and Hope. To add names to the list, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Letters In Barcelona...and Puerto Vallarta, Waikiki Beach, and Palm Springs!
Letters hits the road with Joanne Ciconte (Barcelona); Tim Ragan, Randy Haney, Marc Anthony Worosilo and Tom Negran (Puerto Vallarta); Linda Kemp, Sandra Pace and Barbara Passikoff (Palm Springs); and Max Dick and Robert Hoffer (Waikiki).