All hail the dawn of the 2019 shoulder season
It rolled in last weekend, riding on the shoulders of Operation SEAs the Day, the Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce’s Bethany Beach Boardalk Arts Festival and the Nanticoke Indian Tribe’s 42nd Annual Powwow. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, the shoulder season is upon us, and it is indeed a magical time.
This weekend sees no shortage of activities for people to enjoy, as well.
Those interested in history can go take part in a Historical Tavern Talk, presented by the Lewes Historical Society, at the Historic Burton Ingram House from 5 to 7 p.m. on both Friday and Saturday. For more information, visit historiclewes.org.
American Legion Post 28, on Route 24 in Millsboro, is hosting a car show on Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be awards, a DJ and food. Registration ends at 11 a.m. to participate. For more information, call Dan at (302) 645-2977, or Jake at (302) 593-3311.
Hocker’s Super Center in Clarksville will be hosting a DSWA safe disposal event on Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. People can drop off household hazardous waste items, such as household cleaners, pesticides, paints, nail polish, etc., as well as electronic goods, like computers, printers, CD players, microwaves, televisions, fax machines and more. There will also be shredding options for people, with folks being able to bring up to two file boxes full of documents to dispose of properly and safely.
From here on out, the weekends will be filled with activities of all sorts. Keep an eye on our Calendar, Facebook posts and app, Explore Coastal Delaware to keep abreast. Happy fall!