• Sat
    1:30 pmFrederick Douglass Stubbs Elementary School


    1100 N. Pine Street
    Wilmington, DE 19801

    1:30PM Childrens Activities
    17th century games, crafts & clothing, face painting

    2-4PM Program
    Speakers, Drum line, Student Choir, African drummers & singers

    4-6PM Reception
    Tickets Required for Reception $35
    Limited tickets available through May 10 at eventbrite.com
    The reception will feature foods of the nations of Angola, St. Kitts/Nevis, and Sweden. Mingle with representatives of the embassies of these countries as well as representatives of our local government.
    Secure, free parking on site.

    For more information: information@colonialnewsweden.org 302-426-0464
    or contact Abdullah Muhammad, Committee Chair at
    abdullah@delhistorybook.com or 302-762-3184


  • Sun
    3:00 pmInn at Montchanin Village

    Gathering Room in Delwyne Barn
    Speaker: Ray Callahan, Military Historian
    Topic: King Philip's War


  • Fri
    2:00 pmImmanuel Church in Olde New Castle

    Commemorates the signing of the Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776

    Bells ring all across the nation at 2 p.m.

     For more information contact, Noel Kuhrt

  • Sat
    11:00 amDoubleTree by Hilton, 2400 Willow Street Pike, Lancaster PA

    Sue Allan
    "In Search of Scrooby Manor"

    August 23, 2014

    Join fellow Mayflower Descendants, Historians, Genealogists,
    England Researchers, and History Teachers…open to all interested!
    Mark your calendars!

    World renowned author, historian, documentary advisor, consultant on English history and genealogy, Sue Allan will be crossing the Atlantic for a one time presentation and book signing in Lancaster PA.

    Tables: Silent Auction, Free Book Signing with Sue Allan, Debbie Yingst, GSMD Insignia Chair,

    Andrew Cameron Bailey and Connie Baxter Marlow writers/documentary filmmakers -"The First Fifty Years”,

    Masthof Press, Free Giveaways at door, Lunch Buffet, and much more…

    When: August 23, 2014

    Where: DoubleTree by Hilton 2400 Willow Street Pike, Lancaster PA

    11:00 to 12:00 Social Hour
    12:00 to 1:00 Lunch Buffet
    1:00 to 2:00 Key Note Speaker Sue Allan
    2:00 to 3:00 Free Book Signing

    ONLY $22.00 per person

    Due to Room Capacity Regulations, Space is Limited - We anticipate 200 to 300 people

    Reservation Form will be available in our next (Summer 2014) newsletter

    *Check for Continuous Updates and additional information on SAIL1620.org*

    Sue Allan will be giving a riveting presentation about Scrooby Manor and her incredible journey with Julie Dunstan to try and unlock the secrets of Scrooby Manor. Sue will talk about how she trawled through archives in order to piece together tiny scraps of information and countless documents in order to build upon an idea of what the lost part of Scrooby Manor was once like and the highs and lows encountered during that process. Sue will include a power point of photographs taken inside the Manor itself, of the Chapel, the music room, and places people rarely get to see.

  • Sat
    10:00 amCokesbury Village

    Atrium Meeting Room
    726 Loveville Road
    Hockessin, DE



  • Sat
    6:00 pmConcord Community Center

    The Pilgrim Story 1620-21
    Saturday, November 1, 2014
    Concord Community Center

    Step back into the 17th Century and hear Gov. William Bradford share his eye-witness account of key events in Pilgrim history. You are sure to be entertained and challenged while receiving an accurate rendering of events and new appreciation for this band of separatists; who they were, what they did and why. Come learn…

    To register, please visit http://www.eventbrite.com/e/an-evening-with-william-bradford-tickets-12981777847


  • Sat
    11:30 amVicmead Hunt Club

    903 Owls Nest Rd, Wilmington, DE


    Click here for more info