July 17 - 24, 2017 Events
Get started on the ukulele in this engaging class. Topics covered include basic technique, reading music, group playing and important practice tips...Read more »
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Greet your day feeling calm but energized with Sunrise Summer Yoga IN Cool Spring!Read more »
Dive in to meet “Larry the Lobster” and “Scuba Man” as we gather “Down by the Bay” and explore “Sounds of the Sea.” An ocean adventure awaits as we combine music, creativity and fun. Children sing, dance, play and create instruments and crafts. Ages 4 to 7 years. Tuesdays: June 27, July 11, 18, 25, 9:30am-12:00pm.
$150 per 4-day camp + $25 materials, sibling materials available.
Frauds. Fakes. Trickery. Deceit! Put on your CSI hat and investigate some of the most clever and costliest deceptions of our time in the captivating exhibition Treasures on Trial: The Art and Science of Detecting Fakes.
Learn tricks of the trade from master forgers, what gets faked and why, how scientific methodology assists in spotting fakes, and more! Compare real and fake works, and then ask yourself, “Do you see what you think you see?”
Enjoy related programming, including fascinating lectures with experts, our documentary film series on famous forgers, and Winterthur After Hours.
Interested in reserving a group tour? Please call 800.448.3883, e-mail, or visit the webpage for tickets
Hands-on crafts and games based on things in the museum, garden, and library teach kids ages 3–10 about an assortment of opposites, while special guests highlight skills and trades from past and present. New activities and guests each week...Read more »
Somerville Manning Gallery joins in celebration of the 100th birthday of Andrew Wyeth with an exhibition of original paintings June 6 To July 29, 2017. Wyeth is a pivotal artist in the international art scene who maintained his own form of realism during a shift from modernism to abstract expression. In the face of art world criticism that favored the current mode of abstraction, Wyeth steadfastly painted his own mind and style, using representationalism to express his deep innermost feelings and emotion. Careful examination of his subject and a multitude of studies was his style.
The collection at Somerville Manning Gallery will include major works and studies in both watercolor, dry brush, and tempera, the mediums Wyeth used. Andrew Wyeth was a great influence on the art from the Brandywine Valley. Seeing an exhibition of his work at the Somerville Manning Gallery location, an old textile mill on the Brandywine River, allows the viewer to experience his painting in the light and atmosphere from which it was painted.Read more »
Join us under the big tree!Read more »
The Chelsea Tavern Flight Club in the Underground. What is the club all about? We can't tell you...Read more »
Join Delaware Business First for a FREE Networking Event! Expand your network, develop relationships and grow your business in the presence of some of the best around!Read more »
Come enjoy the magic of summer evenings through music and fun! Songs, instruments, finger plays, musical stories and dances will delight your family in this multi-age class. Ages 15 months to 4 years, with parent/guardian. Tuesdays: June 27, July 11, 18, 25, 6:00-6:40pm. $56 per 4-week session.Read more »
Bring the family every Tuesday & Thursday night during June, July, and August for a fun experience. Tuesday night join our Nature Guide from Delaware Nature Society to experience and learn about local Wildlife. Thursday night enjoy a fun evening of Family Karaoke...Read more »
Come enjoy The Alarm at The Queen on July 18th at 7 PM! Over 30 years in the rock and roll business, the story of THE ALARM is a continuing and ever unfolding drama that still commands worldwide attention since being formed in Rhyl, North Wales and is still fronted by lead singer and guitarist MIKE PETERS.Read more »
This comprehensive and lively installation explores the work of one of America’s original “Mad Men.” McCauley (“Mac”) Conner (born 1913) created advertising campaigns for a variety of products during the decade when the advertising industry was at its height and centered on Madison Avenue. His illustrations for leading women’s magazines such as Redbook and McCall’s animated a wide range of popular literature, from romantic fiction and detective stories, to topics of import such as Cold War anxiety and juvenile delinquency. His work is a “time capsule” of an era when commercial artists helped to redefine American style and culture.Read more »
The years 1860–1920 witnessed sweeping changes in book design, inspired by technological developments, marketing strategies, and shifting ideas about art. This exhibition will explore examples of collaborative commercial book projects, which emulate the attractive layouts and decorative bindings of private presses, and the growth of a literate public on both sides of the Atlantic.Read more »