Tag Archives: live like a local

Time to become a local!

By Adam Pettengell, in The Avenue

The List is back for another year and I wanted to share this good news with you again. For those people who already know about ‘the list’ this post serves as a timely reminder to print it off and keep it safe. For those people whom are new to ‘The list’ this blog is the […]

Outdoor Fine Art and Craft Show

By Donalie Nugues, in All Communities

My mom is an amazing painter, so last Sunday I was delighted to be invited to attend a special event hosted by the Rehoboth Art League – the 39th Annual Outdoor Fine Art and Craft Show in Rehoboth Beach. For me, Rehoboth Beach is an “art community” and the Rehoboth Art League is the great […]

The Most American Thing I Have Ever Done

By Donalie Nugues, in All Communities

Last week I went to the 93rd Annual Delaware State Fair in Harrington and this is by far the most “American” thing I have ever done. I loved it! The Delaware State Fair “comes to town” every year for ten days in late July. The fairgrounds, over 300 acres located on RT 13 (South DuPont […]

My Adventures in The Perfect City for the Summer

By Donalie Nugues, in All Communities

I must say, it’s been such a pleasure discovering NEW things about the beach area and sharing my experiences with you! Now, I want to show you the place that I enjoy every day, and what I refer to as “The Perfect City for the Summer,” Rehoboth Beach. Surly, it would have been a mistake […]

A Soothing Summer Day in Lewes

By Donalie Nugues, in All Communities

Everyone has been telling me that I have to go to Lewes! Naturally, I wanted to see what the buzz was all about, so I woke up bright and early on Saturday morning and took the bus there (Route 204 – Rehoboth Park & Ride to Lewes). I stopped in Cape Henlopen, crossed over the […]

The Junction and Breakwater Trail

By Donalie Nugues, in All Communities

Summer is here, and to make the most of my experience in Rehoboth Beach, I decided to get a bike! The first thing I wanted to do was ride along Junction and Breakwater Trail. If you have never been there, you will have to add it on your “To-Do List!” The Junction and Breakwater Trail […]

Following the American Dream through Rehoboth Beach

By Donalie Nugues, in All Communities

Hello, my name is Donalie and I am from France. Like many people in my country, I found myself dreaming the “American Dream”, the same one from the movies. In my dream I live in the United States and work for an important company in the city, where people are always on the run, and […]

Coming from the Outside

By Adam Pettengell, in The Villages at Herring Creek

Photo by Colleen R. View full image It’s normal for our ‘homeowners-to-be’ to ask what it’s like to live at the beach. Do you make friends? Are there activities all year round? These are all normal questions to ask about a place you’re investing in, whether it be a vacation or primary residence. I talk […]

Ice cream, Ice cream, Ice cream!!! One scoop or two?

By Adam Pettengell, in The Villages at Herring Creek

It’s getting to be that time of the year again, folks. This is the best time of year when all the ice cream parlors open once again. The first one reopened on March 1st:  Dairy Queen in Lewes is back in business for the season. Whooohoooo! We’ve been talking about the opening of Dairy Queen […]

There’s No “Off-Season” at Rehoboth Beach!

By Michelle Capaldi, in The Avenue

Rehoboth Avenue is not just a location for a summer retreat. You’re invited to enjoy all this beach area has to offer including year-round events, specials and an established, friendly community. Check out this typical mid-winter schedule that could be yours when you make The Avenue your home. Sunday, January 22nd:  $25 dinner for two […]