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Just five years ago, if you found yourself driving along the winding roads of northwest Delaware, you might harken upon the hidden hamlet of Yorklyn and think there wasn’t much beyond nature and empty old mills for the common passerby. But all it took was one brewery—and that brewery’s first music festival—to make Yorklyn a destination for craft beer and music lovers...

Pyxis Piano Quartet

The Delaware Art Museum INvites you to join in celebrating the 10th anniversary season of its’ Concerts on Kentmere series, featuring performances by Pyxis, Wilmington’s premier piano quartet...

August Quarterly

The August Quarterly, founded in 1814, is the nation’s oldest African-American festival, born right here IN Wilmington, where the first independent black Christian Church in the U.S. was also founded. It’s a week-long celebration of religious freedom, freedom of speech and the right to assembly, rights that were not always granted to people of color in the United States...

Shipyard Summer Concert Series IN Wilmington

“Weather-wise it’s such a cuckoo day”… a rainy weather forecast didn’t stop many Sinatra fans from celebrating the music of Ol’ Blue Eyes last Thursday night in downtown Wilmington. The latest installment of this summer’s nine-week Shipyard Summer Concert Series in Tubman-Garrett Park on Wilmington’s Christina River featured Tony Sands, a lifelong fan and long-time Sinatra performer...

Keep It Cool - IN Wilmingotn

The once-forgotten Humble Park now thrives under the spotlight. The downtown site, also known as Del Tech Plaza on the southeast end of 4th and Shipley Streets, has transformed from an unremarkable corner to a hub for community arts events like the free Keep It Cool Series...

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