Summer’s arrival means it’s the beginning of festival season, outdoor events and trips to the beach. This week’s events include all of those activities and more, including a sale on art and antiquities in Sussex county.
1. Greek Festival
Where: Wilmington, 808 Broom Street
When: 6/7-11, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Who: Holy Trinity Greek Festival
Why: The ethnic food is the main attraction at this event, but guests can expect live music and dancing at this outdoor venue.
How much: Admission is free and the food is affordable.
2. Downtown Rehoboth Restaurant Week
When: Sunday 6/5 through Saturday 6/11
Who: City of Rehoboth and local restaurants
Why: Sporting warm weather and beaches, Rehoboth is already a top destination in Delaware, but many restaurants offer special deals during the city’s celebration of their local business and community.
How much: Many restaurants offer fixed prices of $25 to $30 dollars for three-course meals, but prices will vary from location to location.
3. Bellevue Concert Series: Tuesday Mountain Boys
Where: Wilmington, Bellevue Park
When: Thursday June 9, 6:30 p.m.
Who: Tuesday Mountain Boys
Why: Bellevue State Park offers concerts every Sunday and Thursday at their open theater. This week, the concert series features a bluegrass band called Tuesday Mountain Boys during their Thursday night performance. Those interested can visit the park’s website for more details.
How much: Admission to the park is $3 for Delaware vehicles and $6 for those registered out-of-state.
4. First Annual Milton Antique & Art Outdoor Show
Where: Milton, 210 Union Street 19968
When: Saturday 6/11, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Who: Milton Historical Society’s Lydia Black Cannon Museum
Why: Dealers and artists will sell their wares at this event, which could mean an unexpected discovery for a person who is looking for that special antiquity or masterpiece.
How much: Admission to the event is $2.
5. P.O.W. Weekends at Fort Delaware
Where: Wilmington, Hagley Museum and Library
When: Saturday 6/11, All Day
Who: Delaware State Park
Why: This is a family geared event that may be fun for those in history and is good for people who would like to get outside and to the state parks on the weekend.
How much: Admission to Delaware State Park is $3 for in-state vehicles and $6 for those registered out of state.
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