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Fall Sidewalk Sale Goes Down October 2nd – 4th

Erica Martin - Friday, September 18, 2015
Fall Sidewalk Sale Goes Down October 2nd – 4th

Get shopping in Rehoboth Beach as it hosts its annual Sidewalk Sale, first weekend of October – Oct. 2nd – Oct. 4th. All weekend, local businesses of all sort —clothing stores, children’s stores, jewelry shops, art galleries, and more — open their doors to deal-seekers. 

It’s the weekend of fabulous finds! From 9:00a.m to 9:00p.m, shopping will include downtown Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach and Route One. We’ve never seen more merchandise at bargain prices! And did I mention everything is tax FREE? Yes, that is correct Delaware has NO SALES TAX. What better reason to shop? 

Come rain or shine, these sales will be the utmost best of the season! For more information or to view sidewalk sale sponsors please click here.

Local's Secret

Erica Martin - Thursday, September 10, 2015
Local's Secret

Referred to as the “local’s secret” – September is arguably the best month in Rehoboth Beach. The water is warm, the beach is mellow, and most days offer a wonderful breeze to keep you comfortable for full day in the sun. And not to worry – Our beach remains guarded until the third weekend of September so you and your family can still “beach” safely. 

The month of September is not just a great beach month, locals and visitors can also enjoy fabulous food at their favorite restaurants with less or no wait times. The month brings reduced prices on accommodations, shopping discounts and mid- month marks the official end to parking permits and metered parking. This calm yet beautiful month is an instant favorite for those who’ve experienced it firsthand. 

So, If you are able book a trip during this lovely month of September, rest assured for it will be one you will remember.

Summer's Not Over

Erica Martin - Thursday, August 20, 2015
Summer's Not Over

Summer may be coming to a close – but its not over yet. For those of you who haven’t made it to the beach, your summer may not be complete without that final trip to Rehoboth Beach. 

Before school comes back into session, and before the days become a bit cooler, the last few sun-soaked weeks are begging to be put to good use. 

A few extra days in the nations summer capital, can really top off the season. Bring the kids or hang with friends, this small beach town has fun-filled activities for all. 

Take a group bike ride down the local streets and parks. Hit up the fresh seafood restaurants after a long day at the beach. End your night dancing in the moonlight at the Boardwalk Bandstand. The summer days and summer nights in Rehoboth Beach are endless. 

Don’t let this gorgeous season pass to quickly. Whether you plan your beach vacation, or get in the car today, rest assured that your summer will end in a memorable way.

Photo courtesy of Carolyn Watson.

42nd Annual Outdoor Fine Art and Craft Show

Erica Martin - Friday, August 07, 2015

This year over 125 artists and artisans are coming to Rehoboth to display and sell their fine art and fine crafts at the 42nd Annual Outdoor Art Show! Come rain or shine, this two weekend-long event will be held August 8 & 9 and August 15 & 16 from 10 a.m. to 5 p. m (Saturdays) and 10 a.m. to 4 p. m (Sundays). The show will take place at the Rehoboth Art League’s 3.5-acre historic wooded grounds located in Henlopen Acres. 

Started in 1973, the annual Outdoor show was historically hung on snow fences yielding exceptional artwork and eclectic crafts. To continue the tradition, many artists will also display their work on quaint snow fences as well as set up little white tents for more intimate pieces. 

Aside from being an art show it’s also a fun family summer event featuring great food (prepared by Nage’s Cafe and The Point), music, face-painting, artist demonstrations, and art exhibits in the galleries and gardens. Take a tour of the historic homestead and end your day with refreshing lemonade or a cold one at the Dogfish Head Biergarten. 

The weekend entrance fee is $5 per adult and kids under 12 get in free. For complete details and ticket purchases click here.

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