RB Historical Society’s Fall Luncheon


Dennis Forney 's Awesome Adventure!
Guest Speaker Dennis Forney
Publisher, Cape Gazette

The Rehoboth Beach Historical Society fall luncheon will be held at Kings Creek Country Club on November 22. Guest speaker Dennis Forney will take the audience on a visually descriptive ride of his cross country bicycle trip in 2013. From “Sea to Shining Sea” is the name Forney and his wife Becky call their journey.

Forney wrote pieces for the Cape Gazette on his travels, “My goal is to relate much of what I see to the Cape Gazette readers; it’s all about relevance. I know I can only keep so much interest in what I did on my vacation,”said Forney. The trip began May 10 and, after many miles, Forney decided that America’s looking friendly and beautiful.  


What's In Your Attic?


Rehoboth Beach Museum asks….
“What’s in Your Attic?”

The Museum offers the chance to visit, explore and share your attic treasures. Be brave! Check in your attic and rediscover those long lost riches. November 20, 7 p.m. bring your cherished findings. If you don’t find any treasures at home come and be a part of an evening and enjoy what others may have uncovered under boxes or in old cedar chests. Please bring keepsakes from the Rehoboth Beach area only.

Tables will be available to display the treasures. This event will be a great opportunity to explore others’ little pieces of history and to share stories. Items do not need to be fancy, just have meaning to life in Rehoboth Beach. Reservations are required for this event. A suggested donation for the event is $5. Contact the museum for further information and reservations 302-227-7310.


Cruisin' !


Vintage Bikes, trikes, pedal cars and toys on wheels are on display at the Museum.

Rehoboth Beach Museum On a Roll
with Cruisin' Exhibit!

Join us for a walk down memory lane as we exhibit vintage bicycles, tricycles, pedal cars and toys with wheels. Opening May 24th, the museum's newest exhibit, Cruisin' celebrates the history of self-propelled vehicles and toys in motion. Beginning May 24th, the museum is open seven days a week: 10-4 Monday through Friday, and 11-3 Saturday and Sunday. Come and see how folks used to roll!