Monday Sep 25 - Oct 2 @ 8:00 AM
Fall Into Fitness Challenge Begins!
Sky Zone Newark, DE – Fall Into Fitness Challenge is Finally Here! September 25th-November 23rd (60 Days) (About 9 Weeks) Unlimited Classes: $125 Opportunity for 52 Classes! $364 Value! Plus, receive a FREE ENTRY into Workout Before You Turk-Out ($16 Value) Program Goal: To prepare and maintain healthy eating habits / weight before we enter the Holiday Season! (Also, to survive: Workout Before You Turk-Out!) Earn Wellness Points! • Donate a Turkey of the amount of weight you’d like to lose: 25 points! • Lose your goal weight and inches: 25 points! • Social Media Post: 2 points per post! • Improving your WOM by 5 rounds: 3 points! • 5 Points per every class attended…DOUBLE points if you Bring a Friend (10 points)! Points Redeemed: 50= 1 Free Guest Admission to a Skyfit Class! ($8 Value!) 100=1 Free Skyfit Class Including SkySocks and Guest! ($16 Value!) 300=1 Free Skyfit Get Fit Pass ($77 Value! 12, Skyfit Class Admissions) Every Saturday, 2 Fall Into Fitness participants can bring in a healthy breakfast snack to share with the group. Members can volunteer for which week they would like to provide a healthy snack. If there are no volunteers, participants will be chosen at random. Chosen members will be informed no later than Tuesday of that same week. (Guidelines for the healthy snack: No high fructose corn syrup, if processed; no more than 5 ingredients, approximately less than 250 calories per serving, less than 10 grams per fat per serving. ) Please call 302.449.1252 to sign up or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
Monday Sep 25 @ 10:00 AM
New Castle Public Library – Professional help to find jobs, prepare resumes, prepare for job interviews, and using the computer to help you.
Monday Sep 25 @ 4:00 PM
Sweet Frog - Bear – Mention "GRIP" at the register to provide the group with 25% of what you're already paying for your delicious treat.
Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM
An Introduction to the Night Sky
Bellevue State Park – The Night Sky is open! Delaware Astronomical Society will reveal the wonders of space, from stars, to constellations, to satellites, and even planets. And, of course, our moon! If you have never done this before, have no fear, for this program is for beginners, so equipment (including some powerful telescopes) and guidance will be provided. Should you have equipment already, and know what you are doing, awesome! Bring whatever you have along and join the group. SPOILERS: This event is at night, so you will most likely be inclined to bring a flashlight. If you do, make sure there is a red filter over it so our eyes and those belonging to animals nearby are kept safe. We have some red filtered flashlights here for you to borrow just in case. Finally, best of all, this program is FREE (aside from park admission)!! Register by 4 pm on September 24, though registration is NOT required. Meet in the Hunter Barn parking lot. Call 302-761-6963 We hope to see you there!
Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM
New Castle Public Library – Join us on Monday, September 25th at 7 PM for a poetry reading! This program is open to high school ages patrons and older. Come read your own work, aloud, to an assembled audience. Hope to see you there!
Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM
New Castle Public Library – Children of all ages and skill levels are invited to read to our friendly dogs. Registration required.
Monday Sep 25 @ 7:30 PM
LRSM Science Café: Jorge Santiago-Aviles
LRSM | The Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter – “The Importance of Batteries and Super Capacitors to the Electric Car and to an Efficient Power Grid.” Jorge Santiago University of Pennsylvania Some important aspects of modern technology such as transportation and the efficiency of the power grid are strongly tied to new advances in charge storage technology. Most electric car manufacturers are attempting to obtain a range comparable to internal combustion driven cars, about 500 miles, and all are seeking the right battery / super capacitor for the task. Of course, load leveling, avoiding the cyclical increase in grid load due to seasons, and day / night load fluctuations are a most important concern. We will discuss batteries, energy and power densities and the two types of super capacitors used, electrical double layer and Faradaic.
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 10:30 AM
Crafty Story Time
New Castle Public Library – Stories and related crafts for children. Story time for all ages. Crafts for children 2 years old and up. Parents and caregivers are welcome.
Tuesday Sep 26 - Sep 30 @ 11:00 AM
Houghton Enterprises, Inc. – 99TH ANNUAL EPHRATA FAIR. LOG ONTO WWW.EPHRATAFAIR.ORG FOR HOURS OF OPERATION AND FULL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS. RIDES-GAMES-FOOD. RIDE ALL RIDES FOR ONE LOW PRICE. TO SAVE $5.00 PER BAND, LOG ONTO WWW.HOUGHTONCARNIVAL.COM. HEIGHT RESTRICTIONS APPLY, SOME RIDES DO NOT ALLOW SINGLE RIDERS. ****PLEASE NOTE**** ON THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, THERE WILL BE TWO DIFFERENT WRISTBANDS. ONE WILL BE GOOD FROM 1PM-5PM, SECOND WILL BE GOOD FROM 5PM-10PM. PLEASE PURCHASE WISELY, ABSOLUTELY NO REFUNDS. CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED, ATMS ON SITE. AFFORDABLE FAMILY FUN!
Tuesday Sep 26 - Oct 3 @ 6:00 PM
Science Up: Birds & Bugs Teacher Professional Development Class
Delaware Museum of Natural History – Science Up: Birds & Bugs SESSION ONE - September 26, 6:00-8:00 p.m. Science Up: Birds & Bugs SESSION TWO - October 3, 6:00-8:00 p.m. Cost: FREE for Title One School Teachers; $50/participant, payable at the door. You MUST attend both sessions to receive credit. Location: Classes take place on site at the Delaware Museum of Natural History, 4840 Kennett Pike, Wilmington, DE 19807 Science Up: Birds & Bugs is a two-class series introducing PreK-2nd grade educators to important facts about birds and insects in our environment. Hands-on activities and methods for discovery-based learning provide techniques for immediate application of the information into classroom experiences. The programs include up-close encounters with natural history specimens, a tour of the galleries, hands-on activities for use in the classroom, and science discussion designed to encourage a new appreciation for birds and insects. This class has been quality assured through the Delaware Institute for Excellence in Early Childhood and the Delaware Teacher Center. To receive credit from them, please register with them IN ADDITION to this registration. Questions? Email Education@delmnh.org
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 6:30 PM
Diversified Investors Group – Delaware State Real Estate
Homeowners Association of Philadelphia - HAPCO – Diversified Investors Group – Delaware State Real Estate Tuesday, September 26th, 2017 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM 4th Tuesday of the Month Location: The Greene Turtle 425 Stanton Christiana Rd, Newark, DE 19713 Speaker: Sara Rosenberg from Power Match Topic: Business Match Making - Power Match is *the* business networking matchmaker, helping business owners identify the professionals they want to build business relationships with, matching them up, and getting them scheduled to meet to figure out how they can help each other! That's what networking is all about!
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 7:30 PM
Delaware NORML monthly meeting
Delaware NORML – Please join us for our open monthly meeting to discuss fhe latest in cannabis news, and what Delaware is doing to end cannabis prohibition. ATTENTION: We wil be giving away 2 general admission tickets to LOUD Fest on Sept 30th. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS SHOW UP! Drawing will take place at 8:30 pm an hour after the meeting has started. One last thing. You will be able to buy LOUD Fest tickets this evening at a reduced price. Cash or Credit. Hope to see you there.
Wednesday Sep 27 - Dec 13 @ 10:00 AM
Wee Have Fun!
Bellevue State Park – Nature discoveries, stories and art projects are all part of the fun! When it's not too cold or too wet, we might go outside for our adventures, so dress accordingly. This weekly program meets at the Art Center, is for ages 3-5, accompanied by an adult, and is $4 per child. Check out the schedule below to see each weeks theme! Spetember 27th - Happy Birthday Johnny Appleseed! October 4th - Let's Discover Like Colombus! October 11th - Birdie, Birdie! Beginning Bird Watching October 18th - Crunch! A Fall Leaf Hike October 25th - Fall Colors HAYRIDE!* November 1st - "Hidey-Place" Hike November 8th - Berries & Nuts & Seeds, Oh My! November 15th - Thanks! Craft November 22nd - NO CLASS November 29th - Bump in the Night! Nocturnal Animals December 6th - Ready for Winter: Food, Fur & Far Away December 13th - Holiday Nature Craft! For more information, please call the art center at: (302)793-3046 * = Due to space limitations on our hayrides, the $4 program fee will apply to all participating amily members
Wednesday Sep 27 - Oct 1 @ 2:00 PM
Week Three: Something Wicked This Way Comes
Delaware Theatre Company – WORLD PREMIERE! 1938. A small town. A mysterious carnival. And two boys bent on escaping the midway of life to find adventure, and themselves. The hypnotic power and dark poetry of Ray Bradbury's classic novel "Something Wicked This Way Comes" sings and seduces in this bold new musical. With an extraordinarily magical and unique visual world, you won't want to miss this traveling carnival as it sparks to life this fall. Get your tickets today! FULL PRODUCTION RUN: September 15 - October 8, 2017 #DTCSomethingWicked ••••• As the play contains dark themes and imagery which may be frightening to younger children, this show is recommended for most audiences ages 12 and up. ••••• SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES based on the novel by Ray Bradbury music & lyrics by Neil Bartram book by Brian Hill directed by Rachel Rockwell
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 4:00 PM
New Castle Public Library – Join us for STREAM! A different activity each week focusing on Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, and Math. For Tweens and Teens.
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 5:00 PM
Millsummit Arts Initiative Follow-up Meeting
Delaware Division of the Arts – One of the breakouts during the Millennial Summit discussed how can we make the arts relevant to millennials. The conversation continued at a post-summit arts meeting last month and will continue again on Wednesday, September 27 at the New Castle County Chamber of Commerce offices on the Riverfront in Wilmington (920 Justison Street). At this meeting, we expect to land on a specific actionable item that we can move forward on beginning in October and will update on some of the ideas that were discussed at the last meeting. We have already emailed those interested members the notes from the last meeting and the calendar invite. Anyone who would like to attend and take part in the conversation is welcome and can email email@example.com to RSVP.
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 6:00 PM
Cecil College Admissions – Trying to decide what college will help you become a great thinker, provider, and leader? #ChooseCecil! Join us for Information Night. This exciting and eventful evening will help you understand why Cecil is an excellent and affordable educational choice. You will have the opportunity to speak to many different faces of Cecil including: -Admissions -Faculty -Financial Aid -Current Students -4-year partners Plus, take a spin of our Prize Wheel to win a giveaway! Wednesday, September 27th, 2017 6 – 8 p.m. North East Campus Technology Building, Room 106 Note: Refreshments will be served. RSVP TODAY at www.cecil.edu/infonight email: firstname.lastname@example.org call: (410) 287-1006 text: 443-252-7494
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 6:30 PM
RAD Self Defense for Women
Cornerstone Church of Bear, Delaware – Session 1 of 6 R.A.D. is internationally recognized for programming quality and organizational commitment to excellence. RAD Systems bealances the need of women to acquire self defense education in a relatively short period of time, with the life long commitment required for physical skill mastery. This 6-week course will be instructed by Holli Harvey, certified RAD Self Defense Instructor. Cost is $25 for workbook and other materials. Class is hosted by Katie Boulden.
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 7:00 PM
Tibetan Singing Bowl Sound Healing
Pike Creek Reiki and Healing Arts Center – Raise your vibration! Join us for Sound Healing, Energy Balance and Chakra Alignment using Tibetan Singing Bowls - hand made in India and infused with healing chants and energy - Meditation -concert style group event. Lying down is preferred to feel the full effect of the vibrations, but optional. Yoga mats, blankets and pillows are supplies, you might want to bring extra pillows if needed and water 7:00 pm SPACE IS LIMITED, $20.00 per person PLEASE RSVP to Tammy 302-530-6682