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Banning the Bachelorette
Tired of the same old party? Would you like to do something different? Here are a few suggestions.
Head Outdoors Pitch a tent at Cape Henlopen, Killens Pond, Lums Pond or Delaware Seashore State Park, or take a hike.
Get Cooking Take a class together. The Big Fish Grill in Rehoboth Beach offers $75 classes for 10 people or more on Saturdays off season. Register at 227-FISH. The Delaware Historical Society offers open-hearth cooking workshops at the George Read House & Gardens in New Castle for $60 a person. Go to www.hsd.org. Foodies who want to cook with a celebrity chef can book a party for $30-$70 a person at Celebrity Kitchens in Wilmington. Call 427-COOK.
Soak up Some Culture The Delaware Theatre Company and the Grand Opera House offer group discounts on tickets. DTC even has a special Girls’ Night Out and Wine Down Thursday. The Delaware Art Museum and Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts are open on weekends, or combine art with cocktails during Wilmington’s monthly Friday night Art on the Town event.
Sip a Spot of Tea Tea parties aren’t just for showers. Enjoy with girlfriends at the Hotel du Pont, Magpie Tea Garden or Fa-Sol-Latte in Wilmington, the Boardwalk Plaza Hotel in Rehoboth Beach, The Victorian Lady in Milford or Hattitude in Middletown.
Bliss Out The same goes for spas. Bling Salon & Spa in Lewes books spa parties with champagne, wine and non-alcoholic beverages. Customers may bring food or order in. Most spas offer similar services. Or bring the spa to your house. Katrina Holloway, a Wilmington-based consultant for The Body Shop at Home (www.thebodyshopathome.com) pampers party guests with cosmetics, foot soaks and facials. —Katie Ginder-Vogel
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