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  1. Fri Apr. 30 - Fri May 21

    VIRTUAL ACRYLIC PAINTING Four 2-hour virtual classes. Learn fundamental painting techniques and create a painting from still life, landscapes or colorful abstraction. Explore adding mediums for transparency, texture, color mixing and mark making. Students will receive a list of materials they are asked to purchase on their own prior to the start of class. Zoom meeting invitation and material list will be sent out after registration. Ages: 16+
  2. Sat May 1 - Sat May 22

    VIRTUAL OIL PAINTING Four 2-hour virtual classes. Learn fundamental painting techniques and create a painting from still life, landscapes or colorful abstraction. Explore safe practices and technique for painting with oil. Students will receive a list of materials they are asked to purchase on their own prior to the start of class. Zoom meeting invitation and material list will be sent out after registration. Ages: 16+
  3. Fri May 14

    Rockwood House Tours Take a tour of the mansion rooms to see how the Bringhurst family and their staff lived at Rockwood at the turn of the twentieth century. Masks required for the duration of the tour. Reservations required. Space is limited. Tours at 10 a.m., 12 p.m., and 2 p.m. Get your tickets now
  4. Fri May 14

    Glasgow Park Farmers Market Market season opens at five locations, Route 9 Library, Bellevue Community Center in Claymont, Westside at Cool Spring Park (Wilmington), Glasgow Park and Carousel Park. All markets offer fresh and local produce and foods, entertainment, information and fresh air. All markets accept multiple forms of payment including credit cards, SNAP, EBT and WIC vouchers. All ages
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All New Castle County recreation programs and services are suspended until further notice in accordance with Governor Carney’s State of Emergency Declarations relating to Covid-19 as well as orders and guidance from New Castle County Executive Matthew Meyer.

For the latest news on New Castle County’s response to Covid-19 please refer to newcastlede.gov. See our Covid-19 Resource Page for information on available resources in New Castle County.