Wednesday, May 18, 2016 / by Shenae Andrus
Could it be? It seems almost too good to be true… There are still a few rainy days ahead of us, but a whole lot more sunshine! Spring has finally sprung, flowers are in bloom and summer feels like it is actually on its way. I can feel the itch to start throwing the spring coat in the closet, even though there’s still a slight coolness in the air. (60’s have always been my ideal temperature.)
That means that the entire city of Rehoboth is about to boom with visiting vacationers and tourists. The sidewalks and stores will be bustling with activity as everyone enjoys the happiness that is brought about by all of Lewes and Rehoboth’s charm and warmth.
We’ve got you covered in making plans to move forward with your Spring and Summer activities around the area. The community calendar is certainly crammed full with options prepared for every member of the family. Here is what is coming up over the next week!
May 20-22: The 33rd Annual Spring Sidewalk Sale is taking place in both Rehoboth and Dewey Beach all along Route one! If you’re a shopaholic as I am, then you know what a big deal this is. There are too many unique boutiques and shops to name in the area, covering items such as clothing, jewelry, pet supplies and treats, books, baked goods and more. The sale will last from 9am to 9pm varying by individual store.
May 23: Grab the kids and grandkids and head on over for a Jolly Trolley Tour of Rehoboth! Tickets are only $10 and there is a pit stop at the Rehoboth Beach Museum. The meeting place is at the Anna Hazzard House at 17 Christian Street at 9am. You can make reservations by calling (302)227-7310.
May 26: Did you know that May is Military Appreciation Month? Get into the spirit by attending a film showing of “Shakey’s Hill.” It will be shown at 2pm at the Cinema Art Theater. Admission is $5 a person and tickets can be acquired online at www.rehobothfilm.com
May 28: Horseshoe Crab and Shorebird Festival is taking place at the Milton Memorial Park from 10am until 4pm. There will be interesting exhibits, fun games, live music, boat and canoe rides, arts and crafts as well as food and walks on the trails! The best part? All activities are at no cost to you, that’s right… It’s free! For more information you can visit www.historicmilton.com
Whether it’s shopping, riding a trolley, watching a film or enjoying an outdoor festival, Rehoboth is the place to be for all of the festive and entertaining activities your heart could desire. If you’re looking for a new home or trying to sell your current dwelling in-between all the Spring and Summer excitement, our realty group is here to help set you up a customized home buying plan. You can contact Liz, Tripp, Don, Marian, Geoff or Sherri at the Don Williams Group by simply calling (302)584-2548!