Rehoboth SeawitchSeaWitch is Smokin'!

The 24th Annual Sea Witch Halloween & Fiddlers' Festival takes place Friday, October 26-Sunday, October 28!  The list of activities & events throughout the weekend has grown tremendously in the past several years. Click here for a complete schedule.  Below are some of the highlights:

FRIDAY

  • 10:00am - Magical History Tour with the Jolly Trolley and Rehoboth Beach Museum.  Meet at the Bake Shoppe (222 Rehoboth Ave.) for a 40-minute tour of historic sites of downtown Rehoboth.  Cost is $10.  For more info, call 302-227-7310.
  • 3-6pm - Choo-choo train rides in Grove Park for children 2-7 yrs.  Sponsored by Grand Rental Station.  No fee; weather dependent.  The Smurfs movie to be shown outdoors at 6:30pm.  Bring chairs, blankets.
  • 5-8pm - The Grimm Trail at Clearspace Theatre Company, 20 Baltimore Ave.  Family-friendly shows every 30 minutes.  Tickets $6 available at the door.  Also 12-3pm Sunday.
  • 6:30-7:30 - Trick or Treat in Dragonville, Dewey Beach.
  • 7-9pm - Haunted Bonfire on the Beach, Smoking Surprises, Music, Games and Fun, Dewey Beach, Dagsworthy and the Beach. Weather dependent.

SATURDAY

  • 8:30am - Registration for the Sea Witch Skim & Surf Fest presented by Alley Oop, New Orleans Street, Dewey Beach, Fee, Wear your costume!
  • 9-10:30am - FREE Shuttle Service on the Jolly Trolley - pre-parade, Park & Ride to Downtown - resumes 1PM - 7PM, No Fee
  • 9am-4pm - Sea Witch Skim & Surf Fest presented by Alley Oop, New Orleans St, Dewey Beach, Fee, Wear & ride in your costume!
  • 10am-5pm - MAKE YOUR OWN SCARECROW (while supplies last) - Reh. Bandstand, $10 ea.  10am-5pm Sunday.  (Rehoboth Fire Hall if weather inclement)
  • 11am - The 24th Annual Sea Witch PARADE!!
  • 12-4pm - Pony Rides on the beach at Wilmington Ave. $5 fee.  10am-3pm Sunday. 
  • 1-5pm - SEA WITCH HUNT/REGISTRATION - Rehoboth Bandstand.  In case of incliment weather, register at the Rehoboth Fire Hall.
  • 1-6pm - Fiddlers' Festival at the Convention Hall.  These folks are FANTASTIC!!  Come hear for yourself!
  • 3pm - Pipe Organ “Spook-tacular” at All Saints’ Church, 18 Olive Ave, Reh. Beach, No fee, All ages welcome to listen to scary music in their costumes & enjoy refreshments.
  • 4-4:45pm - Delaware Comedy Theatre - Comedy Show - Rehoboth Bandstand.
  • 6-8:30pm - Children’s Fantasy Trail at Cape Henlopen State Park in Lewes, Jack O’Lantern Trail and entertainment; $5.00/each-adult or child, call 302-645-6852 for more info.  Also held Sunday, 6-7:30pm.
  • 6:30-7:30pm -TRICK OR TREAT WITH MERCHANTS - Downtown Rehoboth Beach, No Fee.

SUNDAY

  • 11am - Raindate for COSTUME PARADE - WALKERS ONLY, Rehoboth Boardwalk.
  • 11:15-Noon - Touch of Brass, band performance at Rehoboth Bandstand.
  • 2pm - Registration/Judging for COSTUMED DOG PARADE. Parade at 3PM down Boardwalk.
  • 3pm - BEST COSTUMED DOG CONTEST PARADE - sponsored by Rehoboth Beach Animal Hospital.  Don't miss this!!  It's a hoot and a half!!
  • 4pm - HORSE PARADE ON THE BEACH - Maryland Rough Riders - Beach at Rehoboth Ave & the Boardwalk - Sponsored by Country Club Estates Property Owners Assoc.
  • 4pm - Winners of various contests and events held throughout the weekend will be announced at the Bandstand.  Dog costume winners announced at 4:30pm.

Honestly, there are events being held throughout the weekend at the Bandstand, on the Boardwalk, the beach, at various businesses, restaurants, all over town.  Be sure to check the full schedule to make the most of this Smokin' Sea Witch Festival 2012!

 

Happy Birthday, Debbie & Ashlee!!

 

2012 10 17 08 48 033The Debbie Reed Team celebrated the October birthdays of team leader, Debbie Reed, and her daughter/team member, Ashlee Reed Hidell, at a Breakfast Birthday Bash recently. 
 
The party was held at Rehoboth's iconic Crystal Restaurant on Rehoboth Avenue.
 
A grand time was had by all!

073860 REMAX Number One 3D Chrome RGBRE/MAX Realty Group Opens Rental Department!

Since the 1990’s, buyers and sellers seeking “Above the Crowd” service have turned to RE/MAX Realty Group on Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach, to meet their real estate needs.  Once they pass under the red awnings festooned with the trademark RE/MAX balloon, clients know they are in good hands.  They can relax and leave the details of their sale or purchase to qualified, caring experts. With the opening of its new rental department on October 1, 2012, landlords and renters alike can enjoy the same level of professionalism and individual attention RE/MAX’s sales clients have come to expect.

Under the enthusiastic leadership of veteran rental agent Mary Lou Elrod, single-family homes, condos, townhouses and apartments will be offered for rent throughout the Cape region.  If you’re interested in listing your home for rent, or if you are looking to rent a home for a week, a month, a season or year-round, call Mary Lou at 302-227-4800, ext. 3014, or log onto www.homerb.com.

347 fallleavesFall Leaves Will Soon Be Falling!

It seems as though summer just ended, but soon those in Coastal Delaware will be knee-deep in leaves.  Fortunately, the City of Rehoboth makes a tedious job a little easier by allowing residents to rake their leaves into the street for municipal pick-up.  Here are the rules and collection schedule:

City Manager Greg Ferrese announced that the City of Rehoboth Beach leaf collection schedule will begin on Monday, October 22, 2012 and end on May 3, 2013. City residents are requested to comply with the following guidelines:

1. Leaves are to be at the curb line.

2. Do not place any type of foreign materials such as: lumber, stones, bricks, branches, any type of garden or flower bed stalks, etc. in with the leaves. If any such items are found to be present, the leaf pile will not be picked up. Any materials other than leaves can cause personal injuries and damage the leaf machine. A separate fee will be charged for such items.

3. Any grass clippings should be bagged and put out on regular trash day.

4. All tree limbs must be put into separate piles and tied in 50 lb. bundles.

5. No building materials will be collected.

COLLECTION SCHEDULE:

Monday: Boardwalk to Scarborough Ave.: Prospect, Queen, St. Lawrence, Rodney, Norfolk, Lake Drive

Tuesday: Boardwalk to Scarborough Ave.: Stockley, New Castle, Hickman, Laurel, Brooklyn, Munson, Philadelphia

Wednesday: Delaware, Wilmington, Christian, Country Club Estates, State Road, Lee, School Lane, New Castle Ext., Stockley Ext., Scarborough Ext., Silver Lane

Thursday: Canal, Grove, Sixth, Rehoboth Ave., Sussex, Kent, Cookman, Dover, Gerar, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Easton, Baltimore, Maryland, Olive, Virginia, First, Second, Felton

Friday: Lakeview, Grenoble, Lake Ave., Pennsylvania, Oak, Park, Columbia, Henlopen, St. Michael’s, Easton

All leaves must be out early on the collection day morning, if not, they will be picked up on the next scheduled day. There will not be any backtracking for pick ups.

One detail not mentioned in the official announcement: Jumping in your own leaf piles is optional.

CaptureUnder Contract in 35 Days!

Congratulations to both the buyer and seller of this beautiful, wooded corner lot in The Glade!  The Debbie Reed Team has lots of lots listed, including waterfront properties bordering the Delaware Bay, quiet country lots, parcels in the towns of Ocean View and Rehoboth Beach, and a large commercial lot at the busy corner of Rt. 24 and Rt. 5.  Call us today to discuss your many and varied options!

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