Breaking News! Chely Cancels; Kate Saves the Day
Women’s FEST headliner Chely Wright, who is expecting twins, has been confined to bed rest and forced to cancel her RB concert. In her absence, the talented Kate Clinton has graciously, agreed to step in with her brand new show, Sis-Boom-Bah, to make sure that we have a grand night for Women’s FEST.
Don’t Miss These Early April Events
The first weekend in April gets off to a great start April 6 with The Rainbow Chorale at 4 p.m., and Equality Delaware’s production of the play 8 at 8 p.m. Both events are at Epworth Church, and tickets are available at the door. Then April 7 at 3 p.m. join the CAMP Rehoboth Chorus for an encore performance of Broadway—Our Way at Possum Point Theatre in Georgetown.
Women’s FEST 2013 Kicks Off April 11
The 13th annual CAMP Rehoboth Women’s FEST is set to take the beach by storm April 11-14. With nationally known entertainers, interesting workshops, a tea dance, a retro dance, film, golf, and so much more, there’s something for everyone. While a number of events are sold out, you can still dance with Vicki Dee, laugh with Kate Clinton, and party all over town.
Black and White Beach Ball Advance Tickets, April 8
On Saturday, June 1, CAMP Rehoboth’s popular Black and White Beach Ball returns to the Clear Space Theatre. Tickets are $75, with advance tickets available only on the CAMP Rehoboth website (April 8-30) for $65. The B&WBB features the HeART of the Community Art Auction, small plates, and an open bar.
Rehoboth Inspired Chefs Gather at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center
Chef’s and managers from a number of Rehoboth’s finest restaurants joined forces on March 24 to present Spring Into Action, a family-friendly event highlighting healthy eating, and food education. Pictured left to right: Andy Feeley, Chris Capriotti, Dru Tevis, Danielle Panarello, Lion Gardner, Meg Gardner, Jay Caputo, Alyssa Titus, Chad Ackland, and Hari Cameron.
CAMPsafe Testing and Counseling
It’s smart to know your status. CAMP Rehoboth offers confidential HIV testing. It’s quick, it’s painless, and it’s free. Call Sal Seeley at 302-227-5620 to schedule an appointment.
Travels with LettersTakes Us to Greece
Steve Kimball and Joe Nichols took a copy of Letters from CAMP Rehoboth on their recent trip to Santorini, Greece. Letters loves to travel, so take us with you on your next vacation.
Celebrating Our Right to Marry
Congratulations to Joseph Rosauri of Rehoboth Beach and Charles Mayle of Staten Island who were married December 21, 2012 at the Office of the City Clerk.
Choral Society Performs Opera’s Greatest Hits
On April 20 and 21, the Southern Delaware Choral Society will present its spring concerts. Titled Opera’s Greatest Hits and conducted by Ann Freeman, the program features popular choruses from many great operas.
Tickets are available by calling (302) 396-7617, online from their website, at Browseabout Books in Rehoboth Beach, and Puzzles in Lewes. Tickets are $20 adult, $8 for students.
Local Prescription Medicine Collection
As part of the National Take Back Incentive, expired or unused prescription medications can be taken to the Rehoboth Beach Police Department, 229 Rehoboth Avenue, for disposal. The collection is scheduled for Saturday, April 27, 2013, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Social Group Helps Women Meet Women
If you are new to the area and looking for a way to meet other women, there’s a social group just for you. The group meets on a regular basis for relaxed social outings from dinners to movies in informal settings.
If you are interested in finding out more about the group and the venues for the various events, call or email Claudia at 206-406-0091.
Meet Nationally Recognized Authors at Proud Bookstore
Friday, April 12 will be a banner day for readers and writers at Proud Bookstore in Rehoboth. Eleven authors, including multi-award winning novelist Georgia Beers (96 Hours) and a host of published authors from the Golden Crown Literary Society, will be on hand for a meet and greet, plus readings and signings.
The event will be held at Proud Books on Baltimore Avenue in Rehoboth from 10 a.m.–4 p.m., with readers and writers able to meet the authors, take part in a Q&A and get to know these literary stars.
The authors represent a cross section of genres, including thrillers such as Laury Egan’s Jenny Kidd, humor from Fay Jacobs, and tales of don’t ask, don’t tell from K. A. Kron (Shades of Gray), plus mystery and romance writers.
Beers will be reading from her latest fiction Slices of Life, along with readings by hometown published authors Jo Hamilton (For the Love of Scott), Nicole Sachs (The Meaning of Truth) and memoirist J. Lee Watton (Out of Step).
Stop by Proud on Friday, April 12 to hear these authors read, expand your literary life and have a great time meeting up with these celebrated writers face to face!