events in delaware: March 2020 Historic Homes E-Newsletter - 02/27/20 11:03 AM
On Monday, March 2 at noon, hear about a "Bridge Between Two Eras" at Delaware's Auburn Valley State Park. Come enjoy the changing spring weather on this one hour journey through Yorklyn history. Participants will get to learn about the cross-continental journey of Auburn Valley's new bridges, the history and engineering design of the structures, how the views from those sites have changed over time, and plans for the arrival of new bridges in the future. Meet in the Marshall Family Bridge Parking Lot on Benge Road. The park is located at 3000 Creek Road, Yorklyn.
Fort Casimir Revealed  will be the … (4 comments)

events in delaware: July 2019 Historic Homes E-Newsletter - 06/29/19 04:43 PM
Let Freedom Ring Ceremony-This annual July 4 event will take place this year at the New Castle Presbyterian Church, 25 E. 2nd St., New Castle.  Each year over 100,000 Americans participate all over the country. The guest speaker will be Syl Woodford, who will speak on Black Loyalists and Patriots of the American Revolution. . Everyone is requested to be in the church by 1:25 p.m.  18th C. garb is encouraged, and patriotic music will reign. Church bells will ring at 2 p.m. and then 13 children, (last year's photo) representing the 13 colonies will ring a smaller bell donated … (2 comments)

events in delaware: April 2019 Historic Homes Newsletter - 03/31/19 10:29 AM
At 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 4,   “The Constitutional Convention and Ratification” will be the subject of New Castle Court House Museum historical interpreter Nicole Worthley. She will explore the debates, compromises and writing of the U.S. Constitution during the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1787. Complimentary coffee and cookies provided. Part one of a series of lectures on the U. S. Constitution at the State House,  25 The Green, Dover.  302-744-5054.
Thursday–Sunday, April 5–14, 2019 you can join the Lewes Tulip Celebration. Series of activities at downtown Lewes locations including the Zwaanendael Museum, located at 102 Kings Highway, where tulip … (2 comments)

events in delaware: August 2017 Historic Homes E-Newsletter - 07/30/17 02:01 PM
"Whodunnit, A Murder Mystery," is happening at the Old State House on The Green in Dover on Saturday, August 5, 1p.m. – 2p.m. and 3 p.m.-4 p.m.  This interactive theatrical asks the audience to help Dr. James Sykes solve an 18th centuy murder.Free, but space is limited. Reserve your spot by calling 302-744-5054.  If you get there early, take the opportunity to tour Woodburn (right), the Governor's Mansion from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.  It's all part of First Saturday in the First State.
On Saturday, August 19, from 1-3 p.m., the Delaware Historical Society in Wilmington is offering a celebration of the … (1 comments)

events in delaware: May Historic Homes E-Newsletter - 04/28/17 02:15 PM
Come kickoff the 300th Birthday celebration at the 84th Annual Dover Days Festival May 5-6, 2017 in Kent County. One of Delaware’s largest and longest-running free events is entirely dedicated to promoting the state’s heritage and culture.  With easily the biggest parade in Kent County, expect close to 4,500 participants and  9,000 spectators, as well as Delaware’s governor serving as Grand Marshal. It will feature the state’s history and heritage, traditional Maypole Dancing , vintage automobile rides, colonial artisans’ village and historic re-enactment groups for the Revolutionary War, WW II and the Civil War.
Join speaker Denise Clemons for a "A … (0 comments)

events in delaware: July 2016 Historic Homes E-Newsletter - 06/30/16 06:00 AM
First of all, if you are wondering where to celebrate July 4 in Delaware, check out Delaware Today’s list. Then, in Dover, the First State Heritage Park is celebrating July 4 Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. There will be walking tours, children’s games, a film about Caesar Rodney’s historic ride for independence at the Old State House, and the National Bell Ringing at 2 on the Fourth. The Bells will also be rung at Immanuel Church on the Green in Old New Castle at the same time. A big celebration is being planned on the Wilmington waterfront in Tubman-Garrett Park starting at … (2 comments)

events in delaware: September 2015 Historic Homes E Newsletter - 08/30/15 12:38 PM
September 2015 Historic Homes E NewsletterShugart’s Sunday is happening in Historic Sugartown PA starting at 2 p.m. on September 13. In 1804, Eli Shugart opened a tavern to serve weary travelers. Though he only stayed two years, the village became known as “Shugart’s Town.” He must have thrown a great party!  Beneath the amazing backdrop of Historic Sugartown’s General Store and Worrall House, Shugart’s Sunday will feature a festive afternoon with live local bluegrass and mouth-watering barbecue. The day offers down-home family fun with an afternoon full of music, food and family activities at the beautifully restored village corner. Sugartown is … (0 comments)

events in delaware: Mt. Cuba Wildflower Celebration This Sunday - 04/26/12 12:50 AM
8th Annual Wildflower Celebration Mt. Cuba Center Sunday, April 29, 2012 - 10AM to 4 PM 3120 Barley Mill Road near Hockessin, DE. I have been to Mt. Cuba before, but never during the "Celebration." A large crowd is predicted, as usual, so it's probably best to come early.
This is the former estate of Mr. & Mrs. Lammot du Pont Copeland, he being a president of the DuPont Company at one time, and his wife a community leader and volunteer.
The house was built in 1935, and I remember our guide telling us that the landscape was devoid of anything … (0 comments)

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