Celebrating 17 Years, CAMP Rehoboth Women’s FEST Returns April 6-9
As the countdown to Women’s FEST 2017 continues, members of the Women’s FEST Committee (Pam Kozey, Kathy Wiz, Nancy Hewish, Rebecca Moscosco, and Dottie Cirelli) work to add the final details to another great event. Don’t miss the first rate entertainment—including Sweet Baby J’ai (right), and Keynote Speaker Sarah McBride (above). Tickets and information at camprehoboth.com.
Take the Bus! DC March in June 2017
Plans have been announced for a National Pride March in DC to coincide with Washington’s Pride celebration on June 11. CAMP Rehoboth is sending two buses to the March, and based on past experience, the staff of CAMP Rehoboth recommends signing up early. The cost of the trip is only $35. Tickets are available online or call CAMP Rehoboth at 302-227-5620. (Photo: Gay Pride March, June 26, 2016, New York City.)
CAMP Programs: Focus on the Arts
Building on partnerships throughout the State of Delaware, CAMP Rehoboth is working to expand programming in several areas, including the arts. “The arts have always been a part of the CAMP mission,” Executive Director Steve Elkins says—”from the CAMP Chorus to our art shows and concerts.” (Photos: The cast and crew of the recent CAMP production of Stop Kiss, starring Stephanie Harmelin and Sadie Andros.
21 Years of Chicken Salad at Lori’s Café
Lori’s Café has been serving chicken salad in the CAMP Rehoboth Courtyard for 21 years. That chicken salad is almost as famous in Rehoboth Beach as is the irrepressible Lori Kline herself. In celebration of all that chicken salad, Lori has launched a new t-shirt design: “Friends, Food, Lotsa Fun Our Chicken Salad’s #1!” Now that the weather has improved, stop by to visit Lori, CAMP, Brick & Mortar, and rSquared.
The CAMP Chorus at Delaware Tech
Come Fly With Me, the CAMP Rehoboth Chorus’ popular 2017 concert returns for a final performance on April 2, at 3 p.m. at the Arts and Science Center Theatre at Delaware Tech in Georgetown. Billed as “a musical journey around the world” the concert is a jet-setting musical extravaganza. Tickets are available on the CAMP website. (Photo: Max Dick brings the musical journey back to Delaware with “Sailing Down the Chesapeake Bay.”