The Summer Fun Guide
You’ve got 90 days. We have 33 of them covered.
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Make like a du Pont or The Great Gatsby during Night at Nemours on June 17. Proceeds benefit the Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children. For more, call 651-4383, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Save the turtles. Learn how during a special exhibit at the Museum of Natural History June 17-Sept. 5. Call 658-9111, or visit delmnh.org.
Swing With A Star on June 20 by playing a round with LPGA Hall of Famers Pat Bradley and Betsy Rawls. This is the 20th anniversary of the fundariser for local women in need. What better place than the DuPont Country Club? For more, visit swinginwithastar.org.
Watch the state’s best high school players during the Blue-Gold All*Star Football Game at Delaware Stadium in Newark on June 18. The 50-year-plus tradition raises funds for the Delaware Foundation Reaching Citizens with Intellectual Disabilities. Visit blue-gold.org/football.
Rock out en plein air during June Jam in Houston on June 18. The Bruce in the USA Springsteen tribute group will headline for a roster of eight area bands. Visit junejam.com.
Bop, swing and rock during the Clifford Brown Jazz Festival June 20-26 on Rodney Square in Wilmington. It’s the best free music festival going. Visit cliffordbrownjazzfest.com.
Tour de France? Who needs it? Get pumped during Iron Hill Twilight Criterium in downtown West Chester July 9, featuring professional and elite amateur bicycle races. Visit ironhilltwilightcriterium.com.
Savor art and wine during the tasting and sale to benefit KINfolk at the Cordrey Center in Millsboro on July 20. For more, call 645-6971, or visit kinfolkkids.org.
Don’t miss the Diamond State Masters Regatta on Noxontown Pond in Middletown July 23-24. (It may inspire you to learn how to row next spring. See wilmingtonrowing.org, newportrowingclub.org and Wilmington Youth Rowing Association at wyra.org for more.)
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