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Thomas Lehman
Thomas Lehman
Tom Lehman is a Managing News editor at the Review, the University of Delaware’s student newspaper. He is a senior studying English, along with minors in Journalism and Interactive Media.

It may be the mid point of the summer, but there’s still plenty to do in Delaware, including the Delaware State Fair which begins next week. This week, we also highlight a walking brewery tour in Milton and the Delaware City Day celebration.

What: Delaware State Fair

When: 7/21-30

Where: 18500 S. Dupont Hwy Harrington 19952

Why: The Delaware State Fair is an annual must-see with numerous attractions, rides, music, and food. The event has a family atmosphere and has something for everyone.

How much: General admission (ages 10 & up) are $6, and parking may vary on location.

 

What: Delaware City Day

When: 7/16

Where: Battery Park, Delaware City DE 19706

Why: Delaware City might not be known for this festival, but it celebrates a ‘small town America’ culture. This event will feature a parade, vendors, crafts and other entertainment including fireworks.

How Much: There is no charge for admission, however food and other attractions may vary in price.

 

What: Walking & Brewery Tour of Milton

When: 7/16, 10 a.m.

Where: 

Why: This event provides adults with an opportunity to explore Milton and its local breweries. The event also highlights Dogfish Head Brewery and the seafaring culture of the town.

How much: The walking tour costs $5, and reservations can be made by calling (302) 684-1010.

 

What:  KINFolk’s 6th Annual Wine Tasting and Art Auction

When: 7/20, 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Where: Cordery Center, Millsboro

Why: The combination of wine and art are brought together to raise money for hospitalized children to be able to communicate through computers. The event will also feature a selection of Italian wines and music by Paul Cullen.

How much: Tickets to the event are $30.

 

What: Kùlú Mèlé African Dance and Drum Ensemble

When: 7/21, 7:00 p.m.

Where: The Freeman Stage, Selbyville

Why: This performance features cultural music and dance from West African and Afro-Cuban culture. The event is a good opportunity to experience uncommonly seen artistic expression.

How much: Admission to the event is free.

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UD ramps up restrictions designed keep COVID cases from continuing to climb

The university brought 4,000 students back to campus for spring and one of the new rules says they are not allowed to have visitors.

New program allows people to dine out and help raise money for Do More 24 campaign

Restaurants will offer specials, and a portion of the sales will be donated, but that portion will be paid by a sponsor.

Here’s a breakdown of DIAA state wrestling championships brackets

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