The Summer Fun Guide
You’ve got 90 days. We have 33 of them covered.
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Why do Shakespeare in the Park when you can do Shakespeare at Rockwood? See “The Winter’s Tale” on the beautiful estate July 15-30. Visit delshakes.org.
Sip to your heart’s content during WineScapes on June 11 on the lawn of the Biggs Museum of American Art in Dover. The pizzas and gelato will be delicious, but the wines will be stellar. For more, call 674-2111.
Dance a syrtaki or sip a Monemvasia during Trinity Church’s annual Greek Festival June 7-11. Above all, eat like you’ve never eaten before. See holytrinitywilmington.org/greekfestival for more.
Demolition derby, anyone? Find that and more—vintage tractor displays, livestock shows and concerts by Alan Jackson and Miranda Cosgrove—during the Delaware State Fair in Harrington July 21-30. For more, call 389-3269, or visit.delawarestatefair.com.
Everyone turns Italian when the St. Anthony’s Italian Festival kicks off June 12. Don’t miss the fireworks June 19. In between, eat your fill and dance like crazy. See stanthonysfestival.com for more.
All hail The Queen—theatre, that is. Yes, Live at World Café is as amazing as you’ve heard. Catch top-notch artists there almost any night. Upcoming: folkie John Flynn, songwriters Martin Sexton and Marc Cohn, surf guitarist Gary Hoey, and more. Visit queen.worldcafelive.com.
Honor the Father of the Year’s fight for health during a black-tie gala at the Deerfield Golf and Tennis Club June 16 to benefit the American Diabetes Association. For more, call 656-0030, or visit diabetes.org.
Designate a driver, then hit the Delaware Wine and Ale Trail to sample the fruits of 13 local vintners and brewers. For more, visitdelaware.com/wineandale.
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