A season full of festivals, concerts, plays, exhibitions and races offers something for everyone.
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Selbyville’s Old Timers’ Day
Live music, crafts, food, games and modern and antique cars highlight the day. For more, call 436-8314, or visit townofselbyville.com.
Delaware Seaside Train Show
More than 150 tables of trains and train-related items at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. For more, call 537-5557, or visit rehoboth.com.
Johnny Duke and the Aces, Deb Callahan, Hyjinx and more jam out at G&R Campground in Houston. For more, visit junejam.com, or call 284-5863.
Facade Art Show
View works by local artists at the Bellmoor Inn at 6 Christian St., Rehoboth Beach. For more, call 227-2772, or visit rehomain.com.
Chautauqua Tent Show
Enjoy musical theater re-enactments nightly, plus music, picnics, speakers, crafts, activities and more at Zwaanendael Museum Park and Lewes Historical Society. Call 645-8073, or visit history.delaware.gov.
June 25, July 23, Aug. 27
Poetry at the Beach
Six Delaware poets, including JoAnn Balingit and Maggie Rowe, share their works at various locations. For more, call 227-8408.
Lewes Seafaring Days
Learn about Lewes’ maritime history at the Lewes Historical Society. For more, call 645-7670, or visit historiclewes.org.
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