Town Takeover Highlights CAMP Rehoboth
What could be better than rolling out of bed and heading to the Rehoboth Beach boardwalk? Doing it on camera, of course! A group of dedicated early birds showed up with CAMP Rehoboth banners and rainbow flags for FOX 29 Philadephia Shore Town Takeover. Their news anchor Bob Kelly spent the day in Rehoboth exploring the one-of-a-kind beach town! ▼
Kinsey Sicks Performs for a Sold Out Crowd
The Kinsey Sicks rolled into town for an unforgettable night at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. The audience laughed, cried, and blushed throughout the evening. For Ben Schatz—the group’s co-founder, lead writer, and creator, also known as Rachel in the show—it was his last performance. He wrapped up his many years of performing with an emotional speech that touched everyone in the crowd and stopped the show. Of course, some audience members were touched more than they paid for when the drag queens made their way into the crowd! CAMP Rehoboth says thank you to the event sponsors The Pines and Citizens Bank, and to the CAMP Rehoboth Annual and Premier Annual Sponsors. ▼
A Packed House for Candidate Debate
On Friday, July 26, the Rehoboth Beach Homeowners’ Association (RBHA) and CAMP Rehoboth Canditate Forum packed the big room at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center. Six candidates participated in the 90 minute debate moderated by RBHA President Charlie Browne and CAMP Rehoboth Founder and Interim Executive Director Murray Archibald. Photo by Tony Burns. From left: Murray Archibald, Edward Chrzanowski, Gary Glass, Charlie Brown, Suzanne Goode, Susan Gay, Mark Betchkal, and Charles Garlow. ▼
Save the date!
Jazz Diva Returns to Rehoboth
On Friday, October 11, the CAMP Rehoboth Women’s FEST Committee is proud to announce the return of popular jazz singer/songwriter/storyteller Sweet Baby J’ai for a one time only, pre-Jazz Fest performance at Epworth United Methodist Church. “Sweet Baby J’ai puts on an amazing show,” says CAMP Rehoboth’s Natalie Moss. “And it’s not just for women, men will love her too! She’s a great performer.” Tickets will be on sale soon! ▼
Travels With Letters
Olivia Cruise Iceland
Jill Masterman enjoyed showing off Letters in beautiful Iceland on an Olivia cruise.
Robb Mapou and Mike Zufall traveled to Fredericksburg, Virginia where Robb’s jazz ukulele group played at the Hop’N Ukefest at Adventure Brewing.
How do I buy tickets for Sundance?
Sundance Tickets are available on the CAMP Rehoboth website, by calling 302-227-5620, or at the door on the night of the event. They will also be available at certain times on Poodle Beach and in the CAMP Rehoboth Courtyard.
Poodle Beach Ticket Sales Under the Big Tent
Saturday, August 24 from 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Saturday/Sunday, August 31-September 1 from 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Evening Ticket Sales, Box Office Pick-up, CAMP Courtyard
Thursday/Friday, August 29-30 from 5-7 p.m.
CAMP Courtyard, Saturday, August 31 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Join or Donate to CAMP Rehoboth Rainbow Walkers to support Delaware AIDS Walk on Sept. 21!
Mark Your Calendars
CAMP REHOBOTH EVENTS
- Bachelor Auction | Aqua, August 11
- Sundance Racing Festival, August 25
- Sundance Auction/Dance, August 31 & September 1
- “Bad Boys/Bad Girls” CAMP Rehoboth Chorus Ensemble Concert, September 27 & 28
- Sweet Baby J’ai Concert, October 11
- CAMP Rehoboth Block Party, October 20
- It’s Complicated 3.0, November 1-2, 7:30 p.m and November 3, 2 p.m.
- World AIDS Day, December 1