Check out some of the fun things going on in Sussex County this weekend:
Friday, September 21st: Fun Friday! Oktoberfest
This Friday the Lewes Chamber of Commerce will sponsor their first annual Oktoberfest! This event will take place at Mary Vessels Park and on Market Street between Front Street and Second Street in Lewes from 4pm-8pm. Local merchants and vendors will be serving German good and German-themed merchandise and specials throughout the day. The festival will be all about live entertainment and family-fun and will include Bavarian dancers, an Oompah Band, and more!
Saturday, September 22nd: Fall Beach Party in Dewey
On Saturday the Dewey Business Partnership will host their annual end of season beach party on the beach at Dagsworthy Street. This event is open to the general public and property owners in Dewey alike. Parking is free and the event runs from 5:30-9pm. Good and drinks from local business will be available at discounted prices and live entertainment includes Jimi Smooth and Bruce in the USA. This event is free to attend and is open to all ages.
Sunday, September 23rd: Sampling of Sussex County
The Jefferson School in Georgetown will be hosting its 2nd Annual Sampling of Sussex event from 12pm-3pm on Sunday. This family friendly event will include face painting, a petting zoo, live entertainment, and samplings from local restaurants. For more information and admissions costs call 302-856-3300.
Sunday, September 23rd: Farmer & Foodie Festival
Stop by the Georgetown Circle from 12pm-4pm Sunday for the Farmer & Foodie Festival! This event celebrates and honors local farmers. There will carriage rides, pumpkin decorating, a backyard bbq competition, live entertainment, cooking demonstrations, and tastings from local businesses.
Sunday, September 23rd: Free Concert in Cupola Park
Head to Cupola Park in Millsboro on Sunday evening to see local favorites “The Funsters” perform live. The concert begins at 5pm and is free for all! Don’t forget to bring a lawn chair or blanket! Picnic dinners are encouraged too.
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