December 28th - January 4th: All You Need for a Snowman, New Year’s Eve, and Showstoppers!
December 28, 2012By NewsWorks
Enjoy listening to Alice Schertle’s story where snowmen have much more than carrot noses and button eyes. After the story, create and decorate your own winter glove snowman family. Delaware Children's Museum, December 28th & 30th, 12 P.M.
Ring in an artful new year at the Museum with champagne, delicious food, an open bar and special holiday cocktail, music, and art! You won’t want to miss this fun and elegant holiday party. Valet parking is included in the ticket price. Delaware Art Museum, December 31st, 10 P.M.
Integrating the Grateful Dead's jam-heavy rock with percussion influences based on the music of Africa, the Middle East and Latin America, the multi-instrumentalist band formed in Pittsburgh in 1990 by Michael Glabicki. The band’s blend of poly-rhythmic, multicultural rock and soul picks up devotees like a junkyard magnet as they sweep across the nation. World Cafe Live at the Queen, December 31st, 10 P.M.
Continue your holiday celebration with Clear Space at our annual New Year's Eve Showstoppers event! Talented vocalists singing favorite show-tunes - Dance in the New Year to a live swing band led by Doug Yetter - Hors d'oeuvres and a champagne toast! Best Deal In Town! Clear Space Theater, December 31st, 9 P.M.