November 2, 5:30pm - 7:00pmBerlin
Join the fun making wine at Brews Up with fabulous wine tastings while you learn the art of wine-making. You will taste, make and bottle wine! Scheduled wine-making experiences are on Thursdays at 5:30pm and Saturdays at 2pm. F or groups of 4 or more, you may schedule a private wine-making experience at another time/date. Call or email Tony to schedule at 443-513-4744 or email@example.com Tickets: $25 per person (includes event & 1 bottle per person) Reservations required. If you want to schedule a private party for birthday, anniversary, bridal shower, corporate Team Building or holiday party, call Tony at 443-513-4744. Events are limited to 40 guests.
November 3, 5:00pm - 7:00pmOcean City
Meet the artists, enjoy hors-d'oeuvres and refreshments, and see the new exhibits featuring a variety of local artists. Complimentary refreshments will be served and admission is free.
November 4, 8:00am - 1:00pmOcean Pines
Buy local, eat fresh! Enjoy farm-fresh seasonal produce, eggs, organics, herbs, flowers, honey, natural pet treats, artisan breads, music and more. Seeking new vendors! Call 410-641-7717 ext. 3006 for more information.
November 4, 12:30pm - 4:30pmOcean City
Bring your quarters and your friends and join Worcester County Humane Society on Saturday, November 4th for their Fall Quarter Auction benefiting the many homeless animals at the no kill shelter. The event will be held at the American Legion Post #166 (2308 Philadelphia Avenue/24th St., Ocean City). Doors open at 12:30 p.m. to preview items that will be bid on and the auction will run from 1:30-4:30 p.m. Many donated items from local businesses will be auctioned along with some well known vendor items. Enjoy home made desserts, 50/50 raffle, golden paddle, money board, and raffle baskets. American Legion kitchen will also be open for lite fare and cash bar. Advance tickets for the event are $7 and include one paddle and a door prize ticket. Tickets at the door, if available, will be $10. Parking is available and the side entrance should be used to enter the building. For those who cannot attend the quarter auction but would like to make a donation, please consider donating to the shelter’s “Giving Wall”. Select a donation dollar amount from $1 to $200 and donate that amount. Your donation card will be displayed on the “Giving Wall” and entered to win a $200 cash prize! Cash, check or credit cards will be accepted. Businesses that sponsor the “Giving Wall” and donate $100 to $200 are eligible to win a catered lunch for 10 employees. The winning number will be drawn at the November 4th Quarter auction. There will also be numbers sold for four different raffle boards. The raffle boards have prizes such as a 2-night stay at Dunes Manor, a Women’s Coaster Bike, a 2-night stay at La Quinta Inn and a Grizzly 40 quart Cooler among others. Call Mary Martinez 410-382-2661 to make a donation for the “Giving Wall” or to purchase raffle board numbers. You do not need to be present to win. The shelter is still looking for donations from businesses for the Quarter Auction. Popular items are $25-$50 gift cards to restaurants or shops, and gift baskets with various items totaling $25-$100. What exactly is a Quarter Auction, one might ask? Each item up for bid is displayed for all to see. The auctioneer gives a brief description of the item, noting how many quarters will be required for bidding (one quarter for a $25 item, two quarters for $50 item etc.). Guests then give their bids, raise their paddles, and when all quarters are collected, the auctioneer draws one, numbered ball from a container. The number on the bidding paddle that matches the ball drawn will determine the winner of each item. “For just quarters you could win many wonderful items ranging from $25-$100 in value,” says Mary Martinez, event coordinator. “The quarter auction is a really great way for everyone to have some fun, win some great items all while supporting the animals at our shelter.” For tickets, questions or to donate please call Mary Martinez at 410-382-2661. This event is for participants 18 and older.
November 4, 2:00pm - 3:30pmBerlin
Join the fun making wine at Brews Up with fabulous wine tastings while you learn the art of wine-making. You will taste, make and bottle wine! For groups of 4 or more, you may schedule a private wine-making experience at another time/date. Call or email Tony to schedule at 443-513-4744 or firstname.lastname@example.org Tickets: $25 per person (includes event & 1 bottle per person) Reservations required. If you want to schedule a private party for birthday, anniversary, bridal shower, corporate Team Building or holiday party, call Tony at 443-513-4744.
November 4 - November 1Ocean Pines
Enjoy "Captain Underpants" on our inflatable screen while you splash and play in our heated indoor pool. Plus meet Ariel! Doors open at 6:00 pm; movie begins at 6:30 pm. Open to the public. $3 Ocean Pines swim members $5 Ocean Pines residents $7 non-residents $20 family rate
November 5 - November 19Ocean City
In addition to their regular menu, participating Restaurant Week establishments offer special Restaurant Week fixed price menu options. They may offer a $10, $20, $30, or $40 fixed menu. Dining options range from the clean and simple to fine dining. The chance to try a new food or dine at your favorites for a great price is so popular that we highly recommend making a reservation in advance. Don't miss out on Ocean City Restaurant Week! Please note that alcohol, tax, and gratuity are not included in fixed menu price.
November 5, 6:30pm - 7:30pmOcean City
Temple Bat Yam is bringing the world-renowned Jewish A Capella group, Six13, to the Clarion Resort Hotel on Coastal Highway in Ocean City, MD. Tickets are $25.00 per person ($20.00 for under 21) and can be obtained by visiting our website at www.templebatyam-oc.org or by calling the Temple office at 410-641-4311 or emailing to email@example.com. For a sneak peek of this amazing group's music, visit their website at www.Six13.com
November 8, 4:00pm - 9:00pmBethany Beach
Every Wednesday during the off-season, we're offering half-price select bottles of wine & appetizers from 4-9pm.
November 8, 7:00pm - 8:30pmOcean View
The Ocean View Historical Society and the Delaware Humanities Forum proudly present a public lecture by local author and storyteller, Ed Okonowicz on "The Food Lore of Delmarva---Muskrat, Scrapple, and More." Come and learn how what we eat reflects where we live, where we came from, our work, and our family, regional, and cultural traditions. Free parking is available at the Ocean View Town Hall, where light refreshments will be served. $5 admission for the general public, and FREE for Ocean View Historical Society members.
November 9, 8:00am - 9:30amOcean City
Barn - 34 November 9, 2017 8:00 am - 9:30 am Topic: HOPECorps Speaker: Aaron C. Willis, Ph.D., AM, LSW (IN) Project Director, AmeriCorps HOPECorps Assistant Professor Salisbury University Social Work Department As the nationwide fight to curb the opioid epidemic rages on, a new initiative at Salisbury University is climbing into the ring. SU has received a $53,000 federal grant from the Corporation for National and Community Service to launch HOPECorps. The new AmeriCorps initiative, which stands for Heroin Opioid Prevention and Education, will recruit 11 members who will work in various Eastern Shore communities to support efforts to tackle the opioid crisis. SU social work professor Aaron Willis, who is heading the program, said his primary mission for HOPECorps is to make a dent in the number of deaths as a result of opioid addiction.
November 9, 6:00pm - 8:00pmLewes
Join us and enjoy painting ‘A Paschal Moon' for yourself or for a gift! Complimentary wine and beer! No painting experience needed. Help support Easter Seals Walk With Me, a national fundraising event to raise awareness and support for families living with disabilities. Buy tickets online or call 302-313-5769.
November 10, 10:00am - 3:00pmOcean Pines
Participants will learn lifeguard skills, play games, visit the local fire station and much more. Open to the public. Call Ocean Pines Aquatics at 410-641-5255 to register. Cost: $75 per person. Includes Junior Lifeguard t-shirt, whistle, first-aid kit, pizza lunch, snacks, and drinks.
November 14, 8:30am - 10:30amOcean City
House Bill 1- Mandatory Paid Leave- The Impacts and Implications on your Business/Workforce As you may be aware, the legislature passed the Mandatory Paid Leave Bill this past session. This would essentially require all businesses with 15 or more employees to provide paid leave to employees working 12 or more hours per week. For seasonal businesses, accrual of leave commences upon hire, but may not be used until after 106 days of employment, however many seasonal businesses have staff longer than this period, which would allow them to earn and use leave at the end of the season which is often a very difficult time for employers to stay fully staffed. Due to the severe impact on small business in Maryland as well as the strict sanctions for non-compliance, the Governor did veto this bill. However, there is a very strong chance that that veto may be overridden during the 2018 legislative session. We are working diligently to sustain the veto- but we need your feedback on how this would personally impact your business! During this session our expert panel will cover: - The provisions of HB1 - The impact of HB1 on businesses - What would businesses like to change? - Prospects of a veto override - What you can do to help sustain the Governors Veto and support a more reasonable bill For more information and to take action on the effort to sustain the veto, please visit http://www.savemdjobs.com Please join of for this important session! Continental breakfast will be provided.
November 14, 10:00am - 11:00amLewes
Ellen Coven Fitness Coach will present a program to get you into fighting shape to survive the holiday season by Increasing your stamina, strength, and flexibility. Wear loose-fitting clothing for non-impact movements. Registration suggested by calling 302-645-2733 or sign up at the Circulation Desk.
November 15, 11:00am - 1:00pmOcean City
The U.S. Postal Service will provide a presentation on “Shipping for Businesses” at the November 15, 2017, meeting. Postmaster Dan Woods and Sales Executive Lee Ann Geist have teamed up to help several Ocean City businesses already with their shipping needs. They will be discussing USPS discounted rates for businesses, improved tracking, surcharges, cost-saving best practices for packaging and label creation, and carrier pickup. Dan & Lee Ann will be available afterward to discuss individual business needs.
November 15, 6:00pm - 7:30pmLewes
5-week course offered by the University of Delaware's Expanded Food & Nutrition Education Program, for limited-income families and adults. Participants will learn about healthy eating, shopping economically, & staying active. Each hands-on session lasts 1.5 hours and is taught in groups. Sign up is required. Please call 302-645-2733 or stop by the Circulation Desk. There will be no class on November 22.
November 17, 5:00pm - 7:00pmBethany Beach
Special York Beach Mall Shopping Spree at McCabe's Gourmet Delicatessen and Made By Hand Fair Trade Boutique. 20% of sales will be donated to support the creation of a Coastal Towns Museum and Hall's Store Visitor Center. Enjoy a gourmet sandwich or salad at McCabe's and then shop for handcrafted gifts from around the world. Bring a friend and get a jump on your holiday shopping.
November 17, 7:00pm - 8:00pmLewes
Lewes Historical Society to Host Nanticoke Dancers November 17 at Margaret H. Rollins Center Tradition. It’s a word that drives many cultures, many people. Learn about the Nanticoke dance and music and hear a brief history of Delaware’s Nanticoke People’s traditions that have survived and even changed through generations. The evening’s events will include an explanation of the significance of the native regalia and the meaning of dances to be performed. According to Nanticoke Councilman Herman Jackson “Many people look at our regalia and think ‘costume.’ Our tribal wear reflects tradition and also may have origins in things handed down from generations before us. Native Americans don’t wear costumes. Our regalia has deep and traditional meaning for each of us.” Join The Nanticoke Indian Association for a discussion and demonstration on "Nanticoke Dance," on Friday, November 17, at 7:30 pm at the Community Room at the Margaret H. Rollins Community Room at 101 Adams Avenue, Lewes. Admission is free and no reservations are required. The Nanticoke dancers will perform to the rhythm of a tribal drum played by tribal singers and drummers. The Lewes Historical Society is proud of its continuing tradition of hosting the Nanticokes and sharing their history of American Indian culture at the Society’s programs. Their previous presentations and traditional performances have been met with enthusiasm by both tribal members and their audiences. This presentation is The Lewes Historical Society’s November “Speaker Series.” Each month between September and May the Society offers educational and entertaining programs that explore the history of Lewes, the surrounding area, Lewes's unique interaction in the national scene and other related and appealing topics. All of these meetings are open to all members, residents, and visitors of the Lewes community.
November 18, 9:00am - 12:00pmLewes
The Historic Lewes Farmers Market continues its fall market hours--9 am to noon. The Fall Market is located at the Richard Shields Elementary School parking lot at the corner of Savannah Road and Sussex Drive in Lewes, Delaware. This year, the Market continues its SNAP (EBT Food Stamps) program. To help lower economic barriers to local, healthy food, the HLFM matches up to $20 each participant each week with HLFM Bonus Bucks. SNAP participants are encouraged to come to the SNAP tent at the Market to pick up the bonus $20 in tokens to use at the Market.
November 18, 10:00am - 4:30pmLewes
The Zwaanendael Museum, located at 102 Kings Highway in Lewes, Del., will celebrate Dutch-American Heritage Day on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with a series of Dutch-inspired activities that will be both educational and entertaining for every member of the family. Activities will include Dutch crafts, historical information and, at 2 p.m., “An Overview of the Environmental History of the Delmarva Peninsula,” a lecture by historic-site interpreter Alan Roth. Admission to all activities is free and open to the public. Note: The environmental-history lecture will be held on the museum’s 2nd floor (entry via staircase; no elevator). Admission is free but, due to space restrictions, reservations for the lecture are required by calling 302-645-1148 no later than Nov. 17, 2017. Dutch-American Heritage Day commemorates Nov. 16, 1776, the day when the American warship Andrew Doria sailed into the harbor of the Dutch island of St. Eustatius in the West Indies. Only four months before, the United States had declared its independence from Great Britain. The American crew was delighted when the governor of the island, Johannes de Graaf, ordered that his fort's cannons be fired in a friendly salute. This salute, the first ever given by a foreign power to the flag of the United States, was a risky and courageous act. The British, angered by Dutch trade and contraband with the rebellious colonies, seized St. Eustatius a few years later. De Graaf's welcoming “First Salute” was a sign of respect that continues to symbolize the deep ties of friendship that exist between the United States and the Netherlands. Museum open 10 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Free admission but, due to space restrictions, reservations for the lecture are required by calling 302-645-1148 no later than Nov. 17, 2017. The Zwaanendael Museum was built in 1931 to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the state's first European colony, Swanendael, established by the Dutch along Hoorn Kill (present-day Lewes-Rehoboth Canal) in 1631. Designed by E. William Martin (architect of Legislative Hall and the Hall of Records in Dover), the museum is modeled after the town hall in Hoorn, the Netherlands, and features a stepped facade gable with carved stonework and decorated shutters. The museum’s exhibits and presentations provide a showcase for Lewes-area maritime, military and social history.
November 18 - November 19Lewes
Our cruise to Milton is a 3.5 to 4-hour tour (approximately 1.5 hours each way) and covers 26 miles of the Broadkill River. It leaves from Fisherman’s Wharf in Lewes and goes to the docks at Milton Memorial Park and back. Passengers will be able to disembark for an hour to explore the town of Milton! The Broadkill River flows for its entire length in eastern Sussex County. From Milton, the Broadkill River flows generally eastwardly, passing through wetlands and salt marshes of the Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge. While we are cruising, take a moment to scan the wetlands surrounding you. These are home to hundreds of animals, many of which you might see with the naked eye and better yet, through binoculars. You will definitely want to bring your camera and your favorite beverage. Hungry? Call ahead and order lunch from Irish Eyes Pub and Restaurant on Union Street along the shore of the Broadkill River (302-684-8889). Once we reach the docks in Milton, you will disembark to pick up your lunch, look around Milton a little while and re-board our vessel for the ride home while you enjoy your lunch and favorite beverage. You will have 45 minutes while docked at Milton. We will depart from Fisherman's Wharf in Lewes at Either 10:30 am or 11:00 am and return to Lewes at approximately 3:30 pm- 4:00 pm.
November 18, 1:00pm - 3:00pmLewes
November 18th, 2017 - 1:00 pm The Rehoboth Beach Film Society announces the next play in the exciting series of National Theatre Live screenings. National Theatre Live is a groundbreaking project that presents the best of British theater live from the London stage film to cinemas across the UK and around the world. A young woman is driven to the unthinkable by her desperate desire to have a child in Simon Stone’s radical production of YERMA. The play is based on Spanish playwright Federico Garcia Lorca’s achingly powerful masterpiece. This theater phenomenon sold out at the Young Vic and is not to be missed. “The Times” gave it five stars and called it “an extraordinary theatrical triumph.” “The Independent,” said the production was “a shatteringly powerful reinvention of a familiar classic.” The incredible Billie Piper (“Penny Dreadful”) returns in her Evening Standard Best Actress award-winning role. Set in contemporary London, Piper’s portrayal of a woman in her thirties desperate to conceive builds with elemental force to a staggering, shocking climax. She has the capacity to give performances that can stun and exhaust. “The Daily Telegraph” describes her performance as “devastatingly powerful.” (Rated: R, Runtime 2 hours, with no intermission). Screenings will be on Saturday, November 18h at 1:00 pm, Monday, November 20th at 1:00 pm and Tuesday, November 21st at 7:00 pm at the Cinema Art Theater, 17701 Dartmouth Drive in Dartmouth Plaza (behind the Lewes Wawa). Admission for National Theatre Live is $18 for RBFS members, $20 general admission and $15 for ages 16 and under. Online reservations (www.rehobothfilm.com) are encouraged and may be made with MasterCard or VISA. The mission of the RBFS is promoting cinematic arts and providing education and cultural enrichment for our community. The Film Society sponsors ongoing screenings, special events, and the Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival (Nov 3 -12, 2017). Having met all the requirements for best practices in nonprofit management, the Rehoboth Beach Film Society is accredited by the Standards for Excellence Institute®. The Film Society is funded, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. The Division promotes Delaware arts events on www.DelawareScene.com
November 18, 1:00pm - 5:00pmOcean View
Come out to meet Dr. Meg of Back at the Beach and Jennifer Rodgers of Heal Well LLC. Explore their new location and register to win free massages, essential oils, and party trays!
November 18, 1:30pm - 3:30pmOcean City
To prepare for your event please email us a picture of your pet at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than a week before the event. We will sketch out the canvas and then lead you through a step by step Painting Experience of your little fur ball!
November 18, 2:00pm - 4:00pmLewes
The Akropolis Reed Quintet takes listeners on extraordinary musical adventures, performing an innovative repertoire with acclaimed precision. Founded in 2009 at the University of Michigan and the first ever reed quintet to win the Fischoff Gold Medal in 2014, Akropolis took Grand Prize at the MTNA and Plowman chamber music competitions consecutively in 2011, and has garnered prizes at three additional national competitions. Championing the next generation of maverick musicians, Akropolis is also a winner of the 2015 Fischoff Educator Award, delivering impactful outreach at schools ranging from kindergarten to conservatory. Akropolis has released two studio albums to critical acclaim and commissioned more than 25 reed quintet works to date. Their dynamic concerts feature accessible contemporary works framed by invigorating arrangements of classical music spanning four centuries.
November 18, 7:00pm - 8:00pmBerlin
Capital Ringers Holiday Classics - performing at the Community United Methodist Church, Ocean Pines, MD Showtime: 7pm Capital Ringers combines music on handbells, percussion instruments, movement, audience interaction, humor, visual technology, and an actor to create a "Holiday Classic" show that will appeal to all ages. This creative holiday performance will entertain and educate audiences with the timeless holiday songs you love. Capital Ringers, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) community English handbell ensemble that entertains and educates concert audiences with an extensive repertoire of rock n' roll, patriotic, sacred, and current top 40 tunes, performing on the largest set of handbells on the Delmarva (Delaware, Maryland, Virginia) Peninsula. Founded in 2004 by Artistic Director, Linda Simms, Capital Ringers' mission is to provide performances that demonstrate the artistic diversity of English handbells. For performance details, visit www.capitalringers.org.
November 19, 7:00pm - 9:00pmRehoboth Beach
Looking for the perfect kick-off for the holiday season? Look no further than Rehoboth’s own Clear Space Theatre! On Sunday, November 19, at 7:00 PM, Clear Space will host Well-Strung, the New York City-based singing string quartet, as the group brings A WELL-STRUNG CHRISTMAS to Rehoboth Beach! The show, developed by Well-Strung producer Mark Cortale and director Richard Jay-Alexander, features the quartet’s unique pop-classical spin on holiday music that ranges from traditional holiday favorites like “Silent Night” and “Sleigh Ride,” to Dolly’s Parton’s “Hard Candy Christmas.” The New York Times has described the group’s unique blend of vocals and strings as “…brilliantly fused pop and classical music.” Don’t miss the beautiful – and beautifully entertaining -- results when Well-Strung brings that same inimitable style to its holiday mash-ups! Wesley Paulson, Clear Space Theatre’s Executive Director, is excited about the group’s return to Rehoboth. “At the end of their Clear Space performance in August, one of the members of Well-strung mentioned they have a holiday show. Given the success of the August concerts, the idea of hosting a return performance was already on my mind, and booking for the holiday show was arranged. I am delighted that Clear Space can host Well-Strung for the Rehoboth premier of A WELL-STRUNG CHRISTMAS, sponsored by our friends at the Atlantic Sands Hotel and Conference Center.” The foursome includes Edmund Bagnell (first violin), Christopher Marchant (second violin), Daniel Shevlin (cello) and Trevor Wadleigh (viola). The group was conceived by producer Mark Cortale and Christ Marchant. Their eclectic appeal has garnered invitations to perform at the Vatican, the House of Blues in New Orleans and a gala for then-President Obama. They have performed with equally widely-ranging artists, including Neil Patrick Harris, Audra McDonald, the San Francisco and New York City Gay Men’s Choruses, and Joe Jonas. Tickets for the November 19 concerts range from $35 to $100 and are available online at www.clearspacetheatre.org or by calling the box office at 302-224-2270.
November 21, 5:30pm - 8:30pmOcean City
Sello's Italian Oven and Bar Tuesday - November 21st 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM Tickets are $25.00 (all proceeds go to Christmas Spirit Campaign) ** Also a Portions of wine bottle purchases & entree purchases will go to go to the Christmas Spirit Campaign as well. The Christmas Spirit Campaign was started by the Ocean City Young Professionals in 2011 to help children from local families in need at Christmas. Through donations & fundraising efforts, it enables us to take 75 children Christmas Shopping. The shopping event allows each child $100 to purchase gifts for themselves, parents, grandparents or siblings for Christmas. They also get to enjoy games, craft activities, a visit with Santa and a special breakfast by Outback in West OC. It really is an amazing experience to see the joy on their faces!
November 22, 6:00pm - 9:00pmDewey Beach
Join us for a VIP showcase of our sip and shop vendors, DAC silent auction, and complimentary drink and hors-d'oeuvres courtesy of the Starboard. LIve music with Thompson and Friends. Tickets $20 online and $25 at the door.
November 24 - November 26Ocean City
Unique handmade merchandise, nautical, candles, photography, florals, jewelry, ceramics. Great gifts & household items. Children's activities, photos with Santa & non-shopper's lounge. Free parking, food court, door prizes. Admission. For more information, contact Melanie at 410-289-2800 or 800-626-2326. Admission $3. Friday and Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm Sunday: 10am to 4pm
November 24 - November 26Ocean City
Delmarva Wool and Fiber Expo - Ocean City's Winter Festival of all Fibers This unique and upscale wool and fiber expo will be held for three days at the Ocean City Convention Center. Vendors will not only have many one-of-a-kind hand created products but will have all the materials available to make the products. There will be on-going demonstrations at most booths to demonstrate how mittens are knitted, how shawls are woven, or how wool is spun. Limited paid class offerings. Please join us for the most unusual shopping experience of the season. Admission: $5 weekend; $3 day Hours: Friday 11-5; Saturday 10-5; Sunday 10-3
November 25, 10:00am - 4:00pmOcean View
A free, self-guided tour of the studios of 14 of Delaware's most talented artists and artisans, all in South.eastern Sussex County. See 7 different styles of paintings, a glass blower, a wood turner, 2 different styles of handcrafted jewelry, a stain glass creator, an artist who creates "one of a kind" furniture and an artist who works in clay. Each artist has contributed a piece of artwork for the Art in the Hat raffle. Tickets are available at the artist's studios. 100% of the proceeds from the raffle benefit art programs throughout the local community. For more information, pick up a free brochure and map of the tour at one of the tour's sponsors: Gallery One, The Ellen Rice Gallery and Ocean Vayu Yoga in Ocean View and Jayne's Reliables located in Dagsboro.
November 25, 1:00pm - 3:00pmLewes
The Rehoboth Beach Film Society is proud to present the Metropolitan Opera’s live broadcast of Thomas Adès’s harrowing tale, THE EXTERMINATING ANGEL, on Saturday, November 25 at 1:00 PM and Monday, November 27 at 1:00 PM. Please note that screenings are now being held at the Cinema Art Theater and will be shown as a recorded presentation one week after being filmed live. Each performance will be shown on both a Saturday and Monday. Audience members will be allowed to eat and drink concessions sold onsite in the Theater. They will also appreciate the wonderful sound quality, as well as the comfortable seats. The Met: Live in HD season continues with the American premiere of Thomas Adès’s opera, THE EXTERMINATING ANGEL, inspired by the classic Luis Buñuel film of the same name. Hailed by the “New York Times” at it's 2016 Salzburg Festival premiere as “inventive and audacious … a major event,” THE EXTERMINATING ANGEL is a surreal fantasy about a dinner party from which the guests can’t escape. Tom Cairns, who wrote the libretto, directs the new production, and Adès conducts his own adventurous new opera. The large cast includes Amanda Echalaz as Lucia, Joseph Kaiser as Edmundo, Audrey Luna as Leticia, and Christian Van Horn as Julio. At a luxurious mansion, home of Edmundo and Lucía De Nobile, guests are expected for dinner, but strange things are happening. While the guests enjoy their food, the servants disappear one by one. Afterward, the visitors retire to the salon for an evening of music and conversation, but in the morning, they are mysteriously incapable of leaving the room. As days go by and they run out of food and water, panic and madness set in. The army and the police arrive but fail in their attempts to enter the house as conditions inside deteriorate. [Sung in English. Runtime: 2 hours, 40 minutes, with one intermission]. In addition to the opera performance, the HD series features Met opera stars conducting live interviews with cast and/or various production crew members while showing behind-the-scene workings. This production is the third in The Metropolitan Opera: Live in HD series of 10 dates of live simulcast transmissions for 2017–18. Admission for The Met: Live in HD broadcasts is $25 for adults, $22 for RBFS members, Met members, and seniors (65+); $15 for Students (with ID), and children (12 and under). Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Online reservations may be made with MasterCard or VISA. Admission will be available at the door for any unsold seats. Doors open at 12:30 PM. The mission of the RBFS is promoting cinematic arts and providing education and cultural enrichment for our community. The Film Society sponsors ongoing screenings, special events, and the Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival (Nov. 2-12, 2017). Having met all the requirements for best practices in nonprofit management, the Rehoboth Beach Film Society is accredited by the Standards for Excellence Institute®. The Film Society is funded, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. The Division promotes Delaware arts events on www.DelawareScene.com. For more information on this series, other events, or to become a member, visit the Rehoboth Beach Film Society website at www.rehobothfilm.com, or call 302-645-9095.
November 28, 7:00pm - 9:00pmDagsboro
Come join the Southern Sussex Rotary - RYLA Night at the Clayton! Tickets are $10 and can be purchased in advance or at the door. Auction starts at 6:00 pm and movie starts at 7:00 pm. Proceeds fund our Jackie Pavik RYLA Foundation that sponsors Indian River High School students to attend a three-day retreat focusing on leadership and community service. 6:00 p.m. -- Doors for Auction 7:00 p.m. -- Movie Starts Fees/Admission: $10 per ticket $100 corporate sponsorship (includes 4 tickets, announcements, and logo on the big screen!)
November 30, 5:00pm - 8:00pmLewes
“Hospitality Night—Victorian Yule-Tide Celebration.” Holiday-themed program in which the museum will be decorated for the season by the Sussex Gardeners including luminarias lighting the entrance walkway. Activities will include historical interpreters, demonstrations, music and seasonal refreshments.