Local Events Highlight the Rest of 2017 on Delmarva
With Spring having finally arrived here on the Delmarva Peninsula, it’s again the time of the year when everyone starts thinking about outdoor activities and enjoying the best that southern Delaware and the Eastern Shore of Maryland have to offer.
And we here at the Whayland Co., are certainly no exception. So in an effort to make sure that everyone has some of these important local events saved on their calendars, we’re going to highlight a few of the area’s biggest upcoming festivals here for you today.
In truth, there are dozens of great local festivals on Delmarva, but there’s no way we could possibly mention all of them. But what we can do is tell you about some of the biggest and most widely attended ones that are coming up on the calendar.
So take a look and be sure to save the dates today for the ones you’d like to attend. Let’s take a look…
- April 14 – Great Delaware Kite Festival at Cape Henlopen State Park in Lewes
- April 29 – Ocean to Bay Bike Tour, starting in Bethany Beach
- May 27 – Horseshoe Crab & Shorebird Festival in Milton
- July 17 – Old Timers Festival in Selbyville
- June 24-25 – Mid Atlantic Sea Glass and Coastal Arts Festival in Lewes
- June 24 – Running of the Bull in Dewey Beach
- July 4 – Old Fashioned 4th of July in Lewes
- July 8 – Nanticoke Riverfest in Seaford
- August 4-5 – Eastern Shore AFRAM Festival in Seaford
- Sept. 9 – Sandcastle Contest in Rehoboth Beach
- Sept. 9-10 – Nanticoke Indian Powwow in Oak Orchard
- Sept. 17 – Dragon Boat Festival in Lewes
- Sept. 30 – Oktoberfest in Lewes
- Sept. 30 – Boast the Coast Day in Lewes
- Oct. 7 – Wings & Wheels Festival in Georgetown
- Oct. 13-14 – Apple Scrapple Festival in Bridgeville
- Oct. 27-29 – Sea Witch Halloween & Fiddler’s Festival in Rehoboth Beach
- Nov 3-5 – World Championship Punkin Chunkin in Bridgeville
As you can see, the Fall season is really the prime time of the year for many of our annual festivals. But there are certainly some great things going on in the Spring and Summer as well.
And keep in mind that this is anything but a comprehensive list, but merely a collection of some of the largest festivals the area has to offer. For more information, we recommend you visit the local Chamber of Commerce and/or Visitor’s Center in your town, to learn more about everything that’s happening on Delmarva for the rest of 2017.
We’ll also be writing about many of these events in our bi-monthly electronic newsletter, as well as on our Facebook and Twitter pages. So be sure to follow us regularly to keep up to date on everything that’s happening, not only with Whayland but also here in the local area.
We hope you enjoy the nicer weather and get out there and enjoy everything that makes living here on the Delmarva Peninsula so great. And be sure to check back here on our Blog Page soon for more news about local happenings, as well as Whayland and the commercial construction industry.
Have a great day everyone!