January 13 - 20, 2018 Events
Glory of Stories introduces young visitor to art and the Museum through a story reading followed by an interactive tour of relevant works of art and a studio art project. This program encourages learning through discovery, exploration, and hands-on experiences...Read more »
Brooke DiCaro plays for Happy Hour at Harry's Savoy GrillRead more »
Join local artist hosts Pat Higgins and Kristen Margiotta on the 3rd Friday of every month for a FREE night of regional art exhibits and live art back by a groovIN' dj at Oddity Bar...Read more »
Come hear and see why the Village Voice calls him "raw and righteous, funky and strong."
1984 hosts another great night of music!Read more »
Enjoy FREE live music at The Nomad on the 3rd Friday of every month with trumpeter Tony Smith (and friends)...Read more »
Element K plays at Kid Shelleen'sRead more »
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is an uproarious farce about 2 con men who discover the meaning of the phrase “what goes around comes around” while plying their trade on the French Riviera.Read more »
Since 2008, the Delaware College of Art and Design has invited amateur and professional creators from the Wilmington community and beyond to work side-by-side with DCAD students, alumni, faculty and staff for this nine-hour experience in drawing (and painting and even sculpting).Read more »
Saturday, January 20, 10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Career & Animal Science Workshop: Animal Training
Training is an important part of working with animals. During this workshop, we’ll learn about the basic principles of operant conditioning training and how it improves the lives of our animals at the zoo. This workshop will include a training demonstration with one of our zoo animals and their trainer.
Fee: $10/non-member, $8/zoo memberRead more »
Inspired by Opera with Dr. Holly Roadfeldt How can composers bring opera to numerous audiences without a stage, costumes and numerous musicians? We will find out in the first 2018 Classical Café! Musical examples will include Bizet’s Carmen Suites (compiled posthumously by Guiraud) and Liszt’s Rigoletto Fantasy...Read more »
Student performances are an integral part of music education, featuring students of all ages and levels.Read more »
Calling all Kid Makers, Creators, and Game Enthusiasts! A day filled with marbles of all colors and sizes! Marbles have been a favorite childhood pastime for centuries, and on Saturday, January 20th families can learn marble playing skills and develop STEM engineering skills by creating a take-home marble maze with Delaware Children’s Museum educators. An Educator-led story time with The Box of Red Marbles and Grandpa is Losing His Marbles is also included in the program!
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Saturday, January 20, 1 - 3:30 p.m.
Cub Scout Bears: Critter Care
Bears Elective Adventure: Critter Care
Caring for an animal is a big responsibility! Join us at the Brandywine zoo to learn about different care requirements for both pet and zoo animals – you’ll even get to meet some up close. Program includes zoo tour and animal training demonstration.
Fee: $12 per participant. Parents/chaperones: $5 program fee. Includes Zoo Admission. NOTE: Program Min 10/Max 30.Read more »
Be Fearless: An Introduction to Improv Comedy, teaches basic improv skills like yes-anding, listening, and support, and demonstrates how to apply these skills to everyday truths in order to create memorable characters and hilarious scenes. Is being a comedian not really your thing? This workshop is for you too! The tools used to improvise a scene are great for team building, idea generating, problem solving, upping confidence, and finding creative ways to live a Fearless life.Read more »