Holiday Events to Get You in the Mood the Weekend Before Christmas
We have a few more holiday events to tell you about this week as we celebrate our last weekend before Christmas 2021 is officially upon us!
As you can probably guess, our events calendar for the next few days is filled with all sorts of merry events and happenings. So pick a few that tickle your fancy and head out for some pre-holiday fun at and near the Delaware and Maryland beaches.
From Rehoboth Beach and Lewes, north to Wilmington and eastern Pennsylvania and even a fun Christmas-time event in Maryland's capital city of Annapolis, we have a little something for everyone this week in our latest "Weekender Blog."
We'll be back again next week to feature a few things happening over Christmas weekend. But in case you miss us, our best wishes for the merriest of holiday seasons to you and your family.
Have a great weekend everyone!
Rehoboth Concert Band Holiday Concert (December 19)
The Rehoboth Concert Band will be performing for the holidays this Sunday, December 19, at Epworth United Methodist Church on Holland Glade Road.
Scheduled for 3 to 5 p.m., the group plans a diverse program ranging from traditional Christmas carols to seasonal medleys, along with a few surprises sprinkled in from time to time.
Tickets are $20 for adults with anyone 18 or under admitted for free.
Learn more at rehobothconcertband.org.
Last Chance to See Santa on the Boardwalk (December 18-19)
This weekend marks the final opportunity to visit with Santa Claus on the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk, as the big guy will be heading back to the North Pole on Sunday afternoon.
Hours for the Rehoboth Santa House this weekend are on Saturday from 1 to 3 p.m., and on Sunday from 12 to 3 p.m. During the final hour on Sunday, family dogs are invited to have their photos taken with Santa.
The Rehoboth Beach Santa House is located on the Boardwalk at the end of Rehoboth Avenue.
This experience is donation based and any money collected will be used to keep the Santa House open in future years.
The Nutracker Suite by Delmarva Big Band (December 19)
The toe-tapping Delmarva Big Band will be at the Milton Theatre this Sunday, December 19, for a special performance of Duke Ellington's "The Nutracker Suite."
Just in time for the holidays, the show features jazz interpretations of the music that was recorded by Ellington in 1960.
Performing in the region since 2005, the Delmarva Big Band features 18 musicians, including four trumpet players, four trombone players, five saxophone players and a full rhythm section.
In other words, be prepared for some great music this Sunday in Milton!