Friday, Dec. 3, will bring carolers to Loockerman Street, as well as the usual artists and entertainers, and help get the community ready for Saturday’s Home for the Holidays event.
Friday, Dec. 3, will bring carolers to Loockerman Street, as well as the usual artists and entertainers, and help get the community ready for Saturday’s Home for the Holidays event. Strolling community caroling will be led by Wesley College’s music department. Community members are welcome to meet at Wesley Church Choir Room at 5 p.m., then carol from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., followed by hot chocolate for carolers by the Dover Lions Club at 6:30 p.m.
First Friday is free, and many merchants offer discounts and refreshments. It runs from 5 to 7 p.m., except where noted.
LOOCKERMAN STREETPerforming at large — Delaware Technical & Community College Terry Campus Hammering Hawks Drum Line Bel Boutique — Jerry Crabmeat Thompson on acoustic guitar Bell, Book & Candle — Bring drums and other instruments and join the drumming circle. Delaware Made — Artisan Maria Bessette, displaying and demonstrating the process of making floor clothes. Dover Art League — Faculty Art Show featuring works by area art teachers, musician Tad Jones Dover Newsstand — Harpist Mike Neilson; artisan Jen Bowman and her Incredible Sox; Tommy Little Esq. discusses his book “A Warrior’s Tale;” Friends of the Dover Public Library sell “Recipes From Readers” cookbook Forney’s Jewelers — Jewelry artisan Luminitia Hamilton Forney’s Too — Kameleon trunk show Partners in Design — Classical guitarist Aaron Taylor The Golden Fleece — Musicians George and Ossi, classic rock, 6 to 8 p.m. The Fashion Connection — Betty Boop merchandise, handbag and jewelry show XANADAVE — Artist Jay Massey’s oil and acrylic paintings, singer/songwriter Rick Hudson
GOVERNORS AVENUEBeyond Dimensions — Celtic musicians Jan and Kelly Crumpley For Dreamers Gallery