No Shortage of Holiday Activities in Southern Delaware 

From holiday concerts to parades, craft fairs and house tours, December is jam-packed with plenty of family friendly events. Kicking off primarily over Thanksgiving weekend with tree lightings and Christmas craft shows galore, the list goes on from there. 

Some of the highlights include: 

  • Schellville- Enchanted Christmas Celebration (11/19-12/31 daily) – Celebrate the season of lights every evening filled with incredible light displays, activities for the whole family, food vendors and more. Or take a car full of friends and family to Winter WonderFest at Hudson Field (11/18-12/31) 
  • Santa and Kid-Friendly : Rehoboth Beach Santa House (11/25-12/19); Polar Express Pajama Party (12/17) Milton; Lewes Lights (12/1-12/31) 
  • Christmas parades: Dewey (11/26), Milton (12/7), Selbyville (12/2), Lewes (12/3), Laurel (12/2), Milford Holiday Stroll (12/3), Rehoboth Beach (12/5), Millsboro (12/3), Georgetown (12/1) 
  • Annual holiday house tours: Historic Lewes (12/3), Odessa (12/3), Milton (12/10), Open House at Indian River Life Saving Station (12/2), Seaford Museum Annual Holiday Train Display (Tues, through Sundays, 11/25-1/8), Zwaanendael Museum tour (12/3) 
  • Craft Shows and outdoor festivals– Lewes (12/2, 12/3), Milton Holly Festival (12/10), Milton’s Holiday Marketplace at the Arts Guild (12/9); Tea Interactive Show – Milton (12/18) 
  • Caroling and Singalongs: Rehoboth Beach (11/25), Georgetown’s Caroling on the Circle (12/5) 
  • Concerts and Theatre: White Christmas the Musical, Georgetown (12/5); Irving Berlin’s Nutcracker Suite , Milton; ELF (12/3) Rehoboth Beach; T)he Trial of Ebeneezer Scrooge, Milford (12/3); Christmas Concert , Milford (12/11); It’s a Wonderful Life screening (12/19) Milton; A Carole King Christmas 12/30) Milton; Chesapeake Silver Cornet Brass Band Holiday Concert (12/21) Milton. 

So grab your calendars and see how much you can cram in to the already busy holiday season! Remember, this is only a sampling – so much more can be found on Visit Delaware’s website, Lewes Historical Society, etc. 

And this is all just leading up to Christmas – plenty is in store for New Years’ celebrations as well. We’ll tell you more on that later… 

Enjoy! 

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