Early 1900s music education, the life of Delaware patriot Caesar Rodney and walking tours of St. Peter’s cemetery in Lewes among topics to be explored.
Explore Colonial-era job opportunities at the home of the “Penman of the Revolution.”
Stickel served at The Old State House and the Delaware Archaeology Museum in Dover between 2002 and 2013.
Program cancelled due to Hurricane-Florence-related cancellations by panelists.
Program explores the importance of railroads to America’s economy and way of life, and their impact on Delaware.
African American Civil Rights and Partners in Training grants now available.
One-teacher school in Millsboro was built in 1897.
Working to preserve Delaware’s heritage for the future, the plan outlines six broad goals for the next five years.
Native-American programming, Chautauqua shows and surviving the London Blitz among activities to be presented.
Eleven Lenapé-themed programs to be presented at three downtown Dover locations.