Pirate Fun for Young Ones!



Pint-sized pirates joined the fun as we created a treasure map at the museum on March 22. A pirate story was read then the bite-sized buccaneers got busy! Our next event will be April 19 from 2-2:45. We'll be studying Sea Folklore. Children ages 5-8 are welcome, but space is limited and reservations are required. Call (302) 227-7310 to save your little one a seat!


Paleo Cooking Event



Museum Hosts Culinary Event on March 28 Linking Rehoboth Beach’s Past to Modern Cuisine

(Please note: Reservations are required for this event)

Long-time locals may remember the remarkable Helen Tikiob and her generous efforts on behalf of those in need. Mrs. Tikiob formed a group of individuals at All Saints Church that provided help to those in need, including food and rides to doctor’s appointments. The group was named Fish Anonymous, referring to the primitive symbol for Jesus, which is a fish. The group produced a cookbook to sell, with proceeds supporting their charitable efforts.


Needlework Exhibit


Rehoboth Beach Museum presents the...

5th Annual Needlework Exhibition

March 14, 2015 through May 10, 2015

Next Event: Lecture on Samplers by Dolores Andrew, April 11 at 2 p.m. Reservations are required. Please call (302) 227-7310 to reserve a space.

Pictured at the Amish Quilt Lecture given by Dolores Andrew are: Joan Sciorra, NAN Master Judge Dolores Andrew, and Carole Farell

To see the list of award winners, please click on "Continue Reading." Stop in and vote for People's Choice!

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Upcoming Events

Sat Mar 28 @ 3:00PM
Paleo Cooking Event