Free Flu Shots at CAMP Rehoboth
On Wednesday, October 5 from noon to 6 p.m., nurses from Beebe Healthcare will once again offer free flu shots at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center. Reservations are not required, but are encouraged. Last October the nurses administered close to 300 flu shots at CAMP Rehoboth. “It’s always a busy day,” says CAMP Rehoboth Health Services Director Sal Seeley, who also offers HIV and STI tests at the Center
Let’s Party! Don’t Miss Block Party 2
On Sunday, October 16, from noon to 4 p.m., the second CAMP Rehoboth Baltimore Avenue Block Party will fill the street with vendors, food, entertainment and fun! Block Party 2 is a free event, though donations are requested and appreciated. Vendor information is available at CAMP Rehoboth—though the street is filling up fast, so don’t wait. Baltimore Avenue businesses will be open as usual during the event.
LGBT Mini-Film Fest September 22-25
The all new Delaware LGBT CINE-brations presented by the Rehoboth Beach Film Society in partnership with CAMP Rehoboth runs Thursday through Sunday, September 22-25 at the Cinema Art Theater on Dartmouth Drive in Lewes. Information and tickets are available at rehobothfilm.com. Photo: Summertime (La Belle Saison), an award winning, French romantic drama, shown on Friday, September 23 at 4:30 p.m.
AIDS Walk Delaware September 2 in RB
The 30th Anniversary AIDS Walk Delaware begins at 10 a.m. in Grove Park in Rehoboth Beach (and Dravo Plaza in Wilmington). Registration is 9 a.m. AIDSWalkDelaware.com.
Sundance 2016: Rainbow XXIX—Sol Groove Comes to Life at Rehoboth Mall
No one knew quite what to expect when the news came that Sundance would be held at the Rehoboth Mall, but there was nothing but smiles all around when its doors opened on Labor Day Weekend. Photos: Auctioneer Lorne Crawford auctions the Sundance quilt donated by Monica Parr and Emilie Paternoster; the dance floor (photo: Thomas Trietley); DJ Joe Gauthreaux and lightman Paul Turner.
Aqua Raises Funds for RB Fire Company
The August 28 Happy Hour at Aqua supported the RB Firemen. Photo: Phillip Huber, Matt Kisielewski, Kevin Monigle, John Meng, Remus Voicu, Andres Bonell, Bill Shields, and Tom Negran.
Vacations with Letters from CAMP Rehoboth
Always a world traveler, Letters from CAMP Rehoboth couldn’t resist the lure of the Olivia Tahitian Paradise Cruise, and joined Nancy Himsel, Joanne Yurik, Rebecca Moscoso, Maggie Kilroy, Emilie Staffort and Deb Callahan. (Joanne won the cruise in the 2016 Women’s FEST Raffle). Not to be outdone, Sammy Trail visited England, and even took Letters to Manchester Pride. Email high res travel photos.