April 2022 - Save the Date
Jackpot Bingo at Cape Henlopen Senior Center
Wednesday, April 6
11 Christian Street.
The doors open at 11:30am; games start at 1:00pm. The cost is $20 per person and includes one game pack and specials — including Jackpot Bingo. Additional games and food may be purchased. The public is welcome, but you must be over 18 to participate. OUR COOKIE JAR amount will be announced. Plan ahead and mark your calendars. For more information contact 302-227-2055.
CAMP Rehoboth Women’s FEST
April 7 to 10
CAMP Rehoboth’s Women’s FEST will bring the best in national and regional entertainment and special events to Rehoboth Beach. For the full lineup and to purchase passes, go to www.camprehoboth.com. All sporting event and extra show tickets are now available. Attendees with accessibility needs can contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Proceeds from Women’s FEST benefit the nonprofit CAMP Rehoboth and the support activities and programs it provides to the community.
(See the Women’s FEST article in this issue of the RBMS Newsletter.)
EMMA! A Pop Musical
Clear Space Theatre Company
20 Baltimore Avenue
Emma, a senior at Highbury Prep, is certain she knows what’s best for her classmates’ love lives and is determined to find the perfect boyfriend for shy sophomore Harriet by the end of the school year. But will Emma’s relentless matchmaking get in the way of finding her own happiness? Based on Jane Austen’s classic novel, this sparkling new musical features the hit songs of legendary girl groups and iconic female singers from The Supremes to Katy Perry. Girl power has never sounded so good!
Purchase tickets at Events for Clear Space Theatre Company (force.com).
Presented by the Clear Space Theatre Spotlight on Young Performers.
Broadwalk on the Boardwalk
Sunday, April 10
Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk
A fun event for a serious cause. Broadwalk on the Boardwalk is a Fundraiser for the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, hosted by CAMP Rehoboth. This event is free but donations to Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition are encouraged! The Broadwalk commemorates those loved ones lost to cancer, celebrates survivors, and educates others. Originally focused only on breast cancer (pink), it now includes people with all cancers (lavender). Meet at 9:00am at the CAMP Rehoboth Courtyard, 37 Baltimore Avenue.
The Broadwalk begins promptly at 10:00am, ending on the beach with a brief but poignant ceremony. Come pretty in pink, or lovely in lavender! Everyone is invited, including polite dogs! Tax deductible donations greatly appreciated.
For more information: https://www.camprehoboth.com/womensFEST
Rehoboth Beach History Lecture
Boardwalk Plaza Hotel
The second lecture in this history series will feature the premiere of a movie on 98-year-old Kitty Cole, who has lived in Rehoboth her whole life. The history lecture series is presented by Paul Lovett. The fee is $25/lecture. Reserve early: Space is limited! Call 302-521-4190 to reserve a seat. Enjoy dinner in the beautiful Victoria’s Restaurant before the lecture (not included in the lecture fee).
Call Victoria’s at 302-227-0615 to make a dinner reservation. Reserve for 5:30 to be on time for the lecture.
Screening of The '62 Storm
Saturday, April 23, 1:30pm
Rehoboth Beach Museum
511 Rehoboth Avenue
Due to the overwhelming response to the screening of the DVD The '62 Storm: Delaware's Shared Response, the Rehoboth Beach Museum has scheduled two more screenings. The documentary was written and directed by Michael Oates. Using archival photos, home movies, and interviews of those who survived, this program re-lives Delaware's greatest 20th Century disaster and the weather events that spawned it.
To register, go to rehobothbeachmuseum.org.
Rehoboth Beach Gumbo Crawl
Saturday, April 30
The Rehoboth Beach Gumbo Crawl will be held on Saturday, April 30th, 1:00pm–4:00pm. Skip breakfast on Saturday, April 30th, so you can be good and hungry for the 2022 edition of the Rehoboth Beach Gumbo Crawl. Sixteen area restaurants are participating in this year’s event.
(See the Gumbo Crawl article above in this issue of the RBMS Newsletter.)