Well-Strung Returns in Summer Lovin’
The very popular “singing string quartet” Well-Strung is returning to Rehoboth Beach on Saturday, July 25, at 8 p.m. for a one night only benefit performance for the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center. Tickets to their all new show Summer Lovin’, are selling fast—premium front table seating is already sold out. $75, $50, and $35 tickets are still available on the CAMP Rehoboth website or by calling the CAMP Rehoboth office at 302-227-5620.
Families Welcome at Family Pride CAMP
CAMP Rehoboth Family Pride CAMP weekend co-chairs David Salie and Mark Bromley (not shown), and CAMP Families Director Tara Sheldon welcome LGBT families, June 26-28.
CAMP Cruise 2017 Info Party, June 25
The first CAMP Rehoboth Cruise in January of this year was so much fun, the second one is already signing up travelers. Set for February 10-25, 2017, the Asian cruise includes, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. For information about the cruise or just to hear what it’s all about, join Accent on Travel and the CAMP staff for the Cruise Presentation Party on June 25, at 5 p.m. at the CAMP Community Center.
Michael Nevin Walker at CAMP
Pink, artwork by York Pennsylvania artist Michael Nevin Walker will be shown at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center throughout the month of June. Michael has previously shown in group shows at CAMP Rehoboth; Pink is his first solo show at the Community Center. There will be an opening reception for Michael on June 13 from 6-9 p.m. For information on upcoming CAMP Rehoboth group and solo exhibitions contact Sal Seeley.
Fay Jacobs Encore! Two Shows Added
She’s back! CAMP Rehoboth and local writer Fay Jacobs are teaming up for two more performances of Aging Gracelessly: 50 Shades of Fay. See CAMP Show in this issue for more.
Celebrating at the Rehoboth Museum
Rick and Annette Stellhorn, and City Commissioner Patrick Gossett joined the fun at the Rehoboth Beach Museum’s Spring Party. Now showing Women of Rehoboth Beach.
Rehoboth Idol New Season Begins
The Blue Moon is once again searching for Rehoboth’s next singing superstar. Rehoboth Idol is every Wednesday through June 24. Judges: Pamala Stanley, Meghan Gardner, and Mona Lotts.
CAMP Supporters Host Tea-Dance
CAMP Rehoboth Board Members Steve Hoult and Bob Hoffer, and their respective spouses Rick Bane and Max Dick threw a party, invited guests to donate, and raised over $1600 to celebrate CAMP’s 25th.
Rehoboth Guest House Makeover
The Rehoboth Guest House has been around for years, and owners Frank Colonnello and Garrett Wood have given it a full makeover. Their beautiful new backyard links to the CAMP courtyard.
Memorial Party for DJ Mark Thomas
From New York’s Saint and Rehoboth’s Strand nightclubs to 25 years as the Sundance DJ here in Rehoboth Beach, Mark Thomas and his music kept the dance floors full. On May 31 (his birthday), friends, family, fan dancers, and DJs from up and down the east coast, came together at City Café in Baltimore to celebrate his life, his art, and his big heart. Photo (left to right): Linda Dee, Becca Workman, and Ricki Rutley.
First State Weddings
Letters from CAMP Rehoboth continues to celebrate our right to marry in the State of Delaware, this time with newlyweds Frank Mack and Mike McHugh. To submit a wedding photo, email high resolution image to CAMP Weddings.
CAMP Travel Down Under
Letters from CAMP Rehoboth loves to travel, so Barbara Lilien, Linda Balatti, Myrna Kelley, Dottie Cirelli, Darleen Kahl, Sue Poteet, and Shirley Gilmer took it “down under” on their recent Australian vacation. Travel with Letters: don’t leave home without it!