Black and White Beach Ball Returns
After a four year break, the CAMP Rehoboth Black and White Ball—first held in 2001—is back on the summer schedule, Sunday, June 3 at the Clear Space Theatre. The event will feature the HeART of the Community auction with art by 25 artists, and auctioneer Lorne Crawford. Black and White Beach Ball Tickets are available online. Pictured at the 2008 Beach Ball are: John Furbush, Adam Linder, and Terry Isner.
CAMP’s Seminar on Civil Union Laws Is Standing Room Only
CAMP Rehoboth joined forces with Ellen Feinberg and Buck Smith of Smith, Feinberg, McCartney and Berl for a seminar on “What to do before you say I do.” The covered topics ranged from how to “get hitched” in Delaware to how to dissolve a union. If you would like copies of the information presented at the seminar, call CAMP at 227-5620
CAMP Rehoboth Celebrates the Art of CAMPsafe
As we start the 15th year of CAMPsafe— CAMP Rehoboth’s HIV Education and Prevention program—we are taking a look back at the art that has helped us define our mission. The great photos and illustrations used in the program have all been designed for one reason: to remind folks to “have fun, play smart, and be safe.”
Col. Grethe Cammermeyer and Broadwalk Among Women’s FEST Highlights
The 2012 CAMP Rehoboth Women’s FEST was book-ended by a reception honoring Col. Grethe Cammermeyer at the home of Coleen Collins and Berdi Price and sponsored by Kathy Davison and Comcast Spotlight, and the second annual Broadwalk on the Boardwalk to benefit the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, sponsored by Karen Gustafson and Move2Rehoboth.com. Broadwalk photo by Geri Dibiase.
Travels with Letters
The sun never sets on Letters from CAMP Rehoboth as it travels around the world with friends from home. Pictured top to bottom: Al Knipe (left) with Toben, co-owner of Bob’s Bar in Cozumel, Mexico; Ed Pavelko, Jim Dilalla, Bill Pusak, Rich Snell, Fred Episcopo, and Steve Janosik at the Blue Moon Fish Co. in Fort Lauderdale; Susan Landis and Jennifer Young in St. Kitts with the 2012 Stackhouse Cruise. Take us along on your next vacation.
Silver Threads Plans Beach Weekend
Silver Threads North, an organization producing events for lesbians 50 and over is coming to the Atlantic Sands Hotel for a weekend of events, May 31 to June 3 that will include workshops, dancing, speakers, and one of Rehoboth’s favorite entertainers, Suede, in concert on Friday night, June 1 at 8 p.m..
Women from all over the East Coast will be heading to Rehoboth for this event organized to be a welcoming environment for emotional, educational and spiritual enrichment for older lesbians.
The weekend starts Thursday, May 31 with a welcome party with entertainment by Janie Womack and Julie Lowry, a day of workshops on Saturday, followed by the Suede Concert Saturday night (purchase Suede tickets by email, or in Rehoboth at CAMP Rehoboth or Out Gear on Rehoboth Avenue). For conference details, visit the Silver Threads website.
RAMS Group Trip to Hillwood Estate
The Rehoboth Area Men’s Social Group is heading to DC’s Hillwood Estate— home of Marjorie Merriweather Post, the late heiress to the Post cereal empire—on June 7. Hillwood features the most comprehensive collection of Russian imperial art outside of Russia, as well as acres of formal gardens.
Roy Perdue, co-chair of the RAMS Group, is organizing this day trip. Men will carpool to Washington, leaving Rehoboth Beach at 7:30 a.m. Donation for the guided tour of the mansion and gardens is $15. Lunch is additional.
For reservations, email or call Roy at 302-947-1896. Space is limited and reservations must be received by May 24.
RAMS Group is for gay, bi, and curious men 21 years of age and older in the southern Delaware area. For information, visit the RAMS Group website.