Milford Little League holds sign-ups for fall ball

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Milford Little League sign-ups

MILFORD — Milford Little League will hold sign-ups for fall ball – for kids ages 8-15 – July 30 and 31 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Little League park concession stand.

The cost is $35.

 

Summer “Mini-Camp” for young artists

MILFORD — The Mispillion Art League Gallery will hold Summer “Mini-Camp” for young adults Aug. 1, 2, and 3 at the MAL, 5 N. Walnut St. in Milford.

The camp will feature nature with Kim Hanna, Erica Rae, and invited artists.

Children ages 5-8 will attend from 10 a.m. to noon. Children ages 9-13 will attend from 1-3 p.m.

Go nuts with nature this week. On Monday, let your inner rock star loose as you design, draw, and paint your art onto a large, smooth rock. Tuesday opens up with a walk outside to gather a few items from nature that show interesting shape, pattern, and variety of size. Return to the Gallery where you’ll learn more about the art of printmaking. Wednesday will have you become a w”rapper” as you cover a can with string and decorate with other found items. Turn this finished project into a useful object.

Registration is required by Saturday prior to class start.  Cost: $65 members, $80 non-members.

For more information, contact the Mispillion Art League Gallery at 430-7646 or online at www.mispillionarts.org.

 

 

Big Saturday in Greenwood

GREENWOOD — On Saturday, Sept. 3 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Greenwood will once again transform into one giant yard sale and host a fun-filled community celebration.

The event, sponsored by the Friends of the Greenwood Library, offers a variety of family-friendly entertainment, all types of food vendors, baked goods, a D.J. providing music for the day and representation by a variety of nonprofit groups.

Visit the website, www.greenwoodbigsaturday.com, for details, including an online vendor application.

Premium spaces can be reserved and paid in advance via PayPal, cash or check.

For more information email info@greenwoodbigsaturday.com.

 

Classic Car and Bike Cruise every Friday in Harrington

HARRINGTON — The Classic Car and Bike Cruise will be held every Friday night through Labor Day at The American Legion C.K.R.T. Post 7 at 17448 a. Dupont Highway, Harrington.

The event starts at 5 p.m. at the tiki bar.

One free drink ticket per vehicle will go to the first 20 vehicles attending that are 20 years and older. Parking is available on the grass. Horse shoes will be available.

For more information, 398-3566.

 

Annual bicycle ride to support missions

HARRINGTON — Around 50 cyclists will be departing from Harrington July 30 as they loop their way around 375 miles of the Delmarva landscape back to Greenwood with Ride for Missions. These riders are not just participating in this annual ride for the sake of exercise or enjoyment, but to raise support for missions.

Based out of Columbus, Ohio, Rosedale Mennonite Missions (RMM) exists to “establish locally led fellowships that will spread the word about Jesus to their communities,” prioritizing people groups who have never heard the gospel. RMM currently has workers serving in the Middle East, North Africa, Latin America, Spain, East Asia, and Thailand.

“The thing that makes Ride for Missions (RFM) special is that it was started and driven by members of our churches,” says RMM’s Director of Partner Development, Andrew Miller. “It never was an organization-driven fundraiser, but a people-driven fundraiser to bring transformational change to our world.”

This year marks the 11th annual RFM. Over the years, a total of 619 riders and volunteers have covered over 180,000 collective miles in 11 different states, raising almost $850,000 in support of missions.

Visit www.rfm.rmmweb.org to learn more about the ride.

 

Buy it, paint it, eat it

MILFORD — The Riverwalk Farmers Market and the Mispillion Art League will join together to offer the Farmers Market Studio.

The sessions will be relaxed workshops of instruction in both watercolor and acrylics. The workshops are designed for both beginners and experienced painters. Stroll the Riverwalk Farmers Market, do some shopping and bring your purchases to the Mispillion Art League’s gallery by 10 a.m. There you will learn how to arrange, sketch and paint using your veggies.

Cathy Walls will guide participants on Sept. 24. Rosemary Connelly will lead on Aug. 13.

Register in advance for each three-hour session by phone at 430-7646 or at mispillionarts.org.

 

Sunset cruises to benefit food bank

MILFORD — The Food Bank of Delaware is partnering with Captain’s Lady Charters out of Bowers Beach to offer sunset cruises of the Delaware Bay to the general public.

The cruises will take place from 7-10 p.m. on the following dates:

  • Friday, July 29
  • Friday, August 26

Guests are to meet at 213 Wyatt Avenue, Bowers Beach prior to take off. Tickets are $30 per person per ride and include light fare prepared by students from The Culinary School at the Milford Branch and tastings from local breweries, wineries or distilleries.

“The Captain’s Lady staff is beyond excited to be working the Food Bank of Delaware this year,” said Captain Bob Trowbridge. “Partnering with an organization that helps feed our local community by supplying food and helping teach the skills necessary to feed our community are gratifying.  We thank them for the opportunity to be a part of the fight against hunger by giving us the chance to help raise money for their program.”

“We are so excited about this event series,” said Food Bank of Delaware Milford Branch Director Chad Robinson. “Providing our students an opportunity like this is incredibly valuable and we look forward to meeting new friends on board the Captain’s Lady, while raising money to help support our students and their education.”

To purchase tickets, call 276-6038. In case of inclement weather, credit cards will not be charged until just before departure.

 

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