Rehoboth TransLiance Stays Busy in the Community
Rehoboth TransLiance is a social group for all transgender, cross dressing, bi-gender, and gender nonconforming people, their partners, family, allies, and friends. The purpose of the group is to network, learn, grow, and come together socially in safe, trans-friendly venues.
On May 11 there will be a gathering for kayaking on the Lewes canal by the Lightship Overfalls. Join the tour of the inner Lewes harbor plus Cape Henlopen State Park (including Gordons Pond); pack a lunch for a picnic in the park. Stay and explore historic downtown Lewes or continue on with a bike ride that afternoon.
The group will meet at the Lewes Canalfront Park Marina, 8:30-9:30 a.m. There is a kayak launch—especially helpful for the novice! For rental information visit Quest Kayak or Delaware Paddlesports or East of Maui Surf Shop located in Lewes. Find more information about the Rehoboth Transliance group here. ▼
Lewes Library Hosts LGBTQ Creative Writing Group
Every Friday starting in May from 1:30 to 3 p.m. the Lewes Library will be home to an LGBTQ Creative Writers’ Group (CWG). The members will discuss poetry, fiction, and non-fiction.
With emphasis on creativity, original style, and contacting publishing venues, the LGBTQ CWG will focus on participants’ writings, as well as share the study of classic literature of LGBTQ writers. Works will include those from Plato and Sappho, through George Sand and Oscar Wilde, up to Allen Ginsberg and Fay Jacobs. And even younger writers! The meetings take place at the Computer Training Room at the Lewes Public Library on Savannah Road. ▼