Her World, Her Way
A first-time exhibit by a little known Pyle—Howard's sister-in-law—opens at the Delaware Art Museum. Plus, "Oliver" goes to the beach, Wyoming plans a peachy party and a summer music series continues on the Riverfront.
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About 8,000 folks will gather at Wyoming’s Municipal Hall for the 2009 Peach Festival on August 1. Enjoy “a lot more food” this year, says coordinator Jaci Stokes, including crab and shrimp from Sherri’s Fun Foods, of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, and gyros and Italian sausage and peppers from International Grill, of Richmond, Virginia. Locals are juiced about the peaches from event partner Fifer Orchards. Entertainment, from the Dover Drumline to puppeteers, plays all day. The rain-or-shine event also boasts a parade, crafts and vendors, antique cars and raffles for locally made quilts. For more, call 697-3587 or 222-1554, or visit townofwyoming.com. Middletown will holds its annual Olde-Tyme Peach Festival on August 15. For more, call 378-7466.