Bettenroo to Perform in Concert April 2 at CAMP Rehoboth
It’s great to visit your favorite watering hole and listen to your favorite band amid the hubbub of a busy night of dining, dancing, drinking, and diversions.
But it’s an entirely different experience to listen to your favorite band on-stage in a performance space where you can really concentrate on the music, lyrics, and personality of the group.
Here’s your chance to see area favorite Bettenroo, a local duo featuring Lori Jacobs and Anne Davey, in an intimate space, Unplugged & Casual, and in concert mode.
Join Bettenroo at CAMP Rehoboth at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 2 in a Women’s FEST concert featuring their flawlessly blended harmonies and remarkable skills on guitar, bass and percussion.
Catch the positive energy from this duo, singing and playing from their wide repertoire, including music from their newly-released CD Live Out Loud.
Tickets are just $10 and are available now at camprehoboth.com
Come kick start Women’s FEST and hear Bettenroo at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center.
Fay Jacobs and Stefani Deoul Launch New Books at CAMP!
Two remarkable books are being released at CAMP Rehoboth Community Center on Friday, April 7. The launch party will spotlight Fay Jacobs’ hilarious new collection, (her 5th!) Fried & Convicted: Rehoboth Beach Uncorked, and Stefani Deoul’s new novel On a Larp.
Both books will be available for the first time on Friday afternoon April 7, 4-6 p.m. with the authors standing by for book signings and conversation.
Fried & Convicted has a lot of funny things to say about the last several years in Rehoboth and in Fay’s crazy travels. Plus, of course, politics—in fact, the book was supposed to go to press in early November, but the shocking new political landscape warranted a delay for some previously unpublished, no holds barred columns.
As for Deoul’s On a Larp (and LARP is for Live-Action-Role-Playing), it’s a coming of age story, part internet mystery, and part old fashioned whodunit. She introduces 17-year old Sidonie “Sid” Rubin, a strong new girl hero for our times. Scary smart, insecure and a smart-ass, Sid has an uncanny knack for solving problems, particularly those that lurk in the darkest corners of that strange world called the internet. Sid is also gay, but the book is not a “gay” novel. It’s a mystery with a gay protagonist.
See you at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center on Friday, April 7 from 4-6 p.m.