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A Weekend to Remember MLK and Reflect

Erica Martin - Monday, January 04, 2016
Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Martin Luther King weekend – A weekend of history, A weekend to celebrate. 

In the wake of recent violence, it is only fitting to be reminded by the holiday commemorating equality and non-violence. An extra day to honor Dr. Martin Luther King and his vision. 

With the long MLK weekend approaching, here are two fun and interesting events to consider during your stay! 

Concentration Retreat – Join in on a mediation retreat at the beach. Enjoy a 3-day experience where you’ll receive teachings on how to develop and hone in on your concentration. Take walks on the beach letting your mind be one with the ocean and your thoughts. All levels of experience are welcome. Click here for more information. 

Rehoboth Beach Film Society – will present its popular “What Makes Us Tick?” – an analytical film exploring cultural traditions and their influence on society. All screenings are open to the public and will be held on 1 Baltimore Avenue, downtown Rehoboth. Click here to more information.

Ringing in the New Year in Rehoboth Beach

Erica Martin - Friday, December 04, 2015
New Year's Eve

Toast to 2016 by ringing in the New Year in Rehoboth Beach. Plan for a full evening of dinner and dancing or a casual celebration for a relaxing night. From live entertainment to fabulous dinner specials, the town has got it covered. 

For those looking for a night out, The Rusty Rudder will be hosting their annual New Year’s Eve party with live performances from Love Seed Mama Jump and Fish out of Water. Get your tickets soon as the Rudder’s NYE party is quite the celebratory spot. 

Keeping it low key? Check out specials at some our favorite local restaurants including Touch of Italy, The Cultured Pearl, and Summer House. Reserve your tickets for a full evening of great food and drinks. 

Make this New Year’s Eve a memorable one. Click here to explore what’s in store for you and your Rehoboth Beach stay.

Downtown Tree Lighting & Sing-a-long

Erica Martin - Friday, November 13, 2015
Holiday Tree Lighting

Join us in Rehoboth Beach Friday, November 27th to ring in the holiday spirit! It’s our beach town tradition! 

Come early & Stay late! Enjoy the downtown shopping deals, dinner with friends and a merry evening with the locals. The sing-a-long will start at 6:30pm followed by the annual tree lighting at 7pm. 

Bring the family! Stop by to tell Santa your wish list. Santa’s House will located on the Rehoboth Boardwalk at the end of Rehoboth Avenue. Visits are free! 

And…don’t forget to do a little holiday shopping before you leave. All purchases are TAX-FREE. Come support the local businesses as well receive the best Black Friday Holiday deals! 

For more information about the holiday celebration, visit downtown Rehoboth. We hope to see you there!

All Things Fall, Festive & Fun

Erica Martin - Thursday, October 15, 2015
Sea Witch Festival

Rehoboth Beach hosts the 26th Annual Sea Witch Halloween & Fiddler’s festival! Bring your family bring your friends…. even your dog! This wonderfully wicked weekend entails activities for all! 

The festival runs October 23rd – October 25th beginning with a costume parade at 11a.m Saturday, October 24th. Rehoboth Avenue will be closed as thousands of costumed participants, local bands, decorated cars & Nur Shriners occupy the streets and sidewalks of town. 

Following the parade, head on over to the Rehoboth Beach Convention center for some bluegrass favorites at the Fiddler’s festival. Bring the family or leave the kids at the beach, as children are invited to participate in the Old Fashion Beach games including pumpkin dash, slippery swords, and hula twist off. There will also be a wacky broom-tossing contest for those who arrive via “broom”. 

The Sea Witch Hunt is on!! Amongst the abundance of Saturday activities, clue seekers will roam all over town to locate the infamous “Sea Witch”. A 100-clue list will be provided to sneakily hint its exact whereabouts. Sponsored by TD Bank, the winner will receive a cash prize, the following day, Sunday October 25th. 

It’s not over yet! On Sunday, October 25th, partake in either the Sea Witch 5k of 1 Mile Fright Walk. Both start at 9a.m at the Grove Park. Many of the participants, including entire families arrive in costume! 

Did someone say bring your dog? Yep! Dogs are invited to show off their unique Halloween costumes as well. From lifeguards to police dogs, Egyptians to cowboys, we’ve seen an assortment. Wagging their way down the boardwalk, or escorted by float, these dogs will give the crowds an eyeful. Winners will be announced at the Bandstand following the parade! 

With events around the clock, it’s certainly no shock that this weekend is an annual fall favorite. For a full list of the weekend activities, click here! To make the weekend a reality, be sure to check out Hotel Rehoboth as it is in prime location of all the festivities!

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