Join the Delaware Historical Society for the first Lighting of Willingtown Square! Located in the 500 block of North Market Street, Willingtown Square is a scenic park-like setting filled with trees and open space. Community partners Brew Ha! Ha!, DLS Discovery and Downtown Visions have come together to brighten Willingtown Square with festive sparkling lights for the winter season. Join in the official countdown, and see all of the lights go on at once. Free cider and cocoa will be provided courtesy of ShopRite.
The fun begins with the First Lighting of Willingtown Square! Brew Ha! Ha!, DLS Discovery, and Downtown Visions have partnered together to brighten Willingtown Square with festive sparkling lights for the winter season! Located on the 500 block of North Market Street, Willingtown Square is a scenic park-like setting filled with trees and open space. Join us for the countdown and see all of the lights go on at once. Free holiday treats courtesy of ShopRite!
Do some holiday shopping at the Delaware History Museum Store. In addition to the humorous, ever-popular Joe Biden scented candles, the museum store has great Delaware-themed gifts for the whole family! Looking for a scenic Delaware tree ornament, Home-T shirt, or steel bottle opener in the shape of Delaware? The Museum Store is where you will find these and more! Enjoy the museum exhibitions—admission is free during Art Loop!
Holiday Concert by Candlelight! Enjoy an intimate holiday-inspired performance featuring musicians Kimberly Reighley, baroque and modern flutes, Tracy Richardson, harpsichord, and introducing special guest, Jessica Lynch, baroque and modern flutes.
Noels – Michel-Richard Delande
Trio Sonata in G Major – J.S. Bach
Divertimento No. 1 – Sergio Roberto de Oliveira
Overture for solo harpsichord – Georg Philipp Telemann
Canonic Sonatas for two flutes – George Philipp Telemann
Seasonal Songs for two flutes and harpsichord
Concert tickets $15 – adults, $5 – students 16 and older, FREE – students 15 and younger.
Tickets available online at melomanie.org or
by calling Mélomanie at 302-764-6338.
Tickets also available at the door.