(Jack Russell terriers in a vignette by Tracy Shue of Walking Olive)

Winterthur’s new Artisan Market honors fine craftsmanship (and farming)

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(Jack Russell terriers in a vignette by Tracy Shue of Walking Olive)     Winterthur expands its salute to craftsmanship and honors its history as farmland with its first artisan market. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 17-18, 86 vendors, about half from Delaware, will sell antiques and collectibles; furniture and home décor; up-cycled and architectural salvage pieces; crafts …

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Most plans for Independence Day fireworks go forth

Betsy Price Events, Featured, Headlines

(Photo by Marc Schulte from Pexels)     Most Delaware places famous for their Fourth of July fireworks shows have decided the shows will go on. But some related events have been scratched. Of course, organizers will follow pandemic guidelines as they exist on the day of the fireworks. Here’s the latest. Bethany Beach will takes two days for its celebration. Fireworks will be …

Downtown Visions Cleaning Ambassadors work with the Wilmington Department of Parks & Recreation to get the Soldiers and Sailors Monument ready for this year’s Memorial Day parade. (Downtown Visions photo)

These events honor those who gave their lives for America

Betsy Price Events, Headlines

Downtown Visions Cleaning Ambassadors work with the Wilmington Department of Parks & Recreation to get the Soldiers and Sailors Monument ready for this year’s Memorial Day parade. (Downtown Visions photo) Several events in Delaware this Memorial Day weekend honor those who lost their lives in the service of their nation. 154th Wilmington Memorial Day parade and observance 6 p.m. Sunday, …

Rockwood Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Festival (New Castle County)

Smaller Rockwood festival – but with lots of ice cream

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The Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Festival at Rockwood Park (New Castle County) Rockwood Park will host a scaled-down ice cream festival 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 26. Confirmed ice cream vendors include Cinnamon Bun Exchange, Dino’s Ice Cream Truck, the Ice Cream Shoppe, Kilby Cream, Kona Ice, Paleteria y Neveria Tocumbo, UDairy Creamery and Woodside Farm Creamery. Live local music …