THINGS TO DO IN DELAWARE

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Join us to learn tips about moving and local resources that can make your future transition seamless and stress free. This seminar will provide an informative, interactive, educational seminar, addressing the key concerns for older adults who are anticipating an upcoming move. You will leave the seminar equipped with how to plan your move and an invaluable wealth of resources. Sponsored by the...

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Wednesday, January 15, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. The Music School of Delaware presents Serafin Ensemble: A Beethoven Celebration! Kate Ransom and Amos Fayette, violins; Luke Fleming, viola; and Jacques-Pierre Malan, cello; Victor Asuncion, piano Featuring Beethoven in Eb Major for Viola and Cello, Woo 32, “Eyeglasses Obligato”; Beethoven Sonata No. 8 in G Major for violin and piano, Op. 30;...

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This event occurs every 3 week(s) on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

By Michael Gotch Directed by Mark Lamos Thompson Theatre JAN. 16 – FEB. 2 ​After last season’s wildly successful Minor Fantastical Kingdoms, Michael Gotch returns with a darker look at middle America.  In a withering Midwest town, Karen James—wife, mother, and breadwinner— has enough venison chili to survive the approaching winter but is being pushed to the...

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The Delaware Beekeepers Association will be holding two beekeeping workshops at Wesley College in Dover on January 18th 2020.  Beekeeping 101 is an all day workshop for those interested in learning how to become a beekeeper, while Beekeeping 201 is for current beekeepers who want to learn more. Lectures on honey bee biology, equipment needs, queen rearing and using technology to monitor...

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Thanks to books like Doug Tallamy’s Bringing Nature Home, there’s an increasing interest among homeowners, property managers, and municipal governments to include more native plants in their landscapes. Not only do native species attract and support beneficial insects, some species are edible by people too! Join Russ Cohen, expert forager and author of Wild Plants I Have...

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This event occurs every 3 week(s) on Sunday and Saturday.

By Michael Gotch Directed by Mark Lamos Thompson Theatre JAN. 16 – FEB. 2 ​After last season’s wildly successful Minor Fantastical Kingdoms, Michael Gotch returns with a darker look at middle America.  In a withering Midwest town, Karen James—wife, mother, and breadwinner— has enough venison chili to survive the approaching winter but is being pushed to the...

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Sunday January 19, 2020, at 4:00 p.m. The Arts at Trinity presents Serafin Ensemble Kate Ransom and Amos Fayette, violins; Luke Fleming, viola; Jacques-Pierre Malan, cello; and Victor Asuncion, piano Featuring M. Haydn Duo for violin and viola, Haydn Piano Trio in C Major Hob XV:27, and Caesar Franck Piano Quintet   Trinity Episcopal Church, 1108 N. Adams Street, Wilmington, DE 19801...

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