Around town on June 3
posted by ChaddsFordLive June 3, 2021
• Kennett Area YMCA Offers Four-Day Stay water safety course for children aged 6 to 11 from Monday June 7. Participation is free and everyone is welcome, but prior registration is required. The four-day course, taught by a certified YMCA swim instructor, will help children learn essential water safety and lifesaving skills, such as what to do if they unexpectedly find themselves in the pool. water. Participants must attend all four days of the program, which will run from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. each evening. Health and safety measures are in place to create the safest experience possible. To learn more and to register, visit ymcagbw.org/watersafety. Places are limited, registration being offered on a first come, first served basis.
• The Township of Concord will have a weeklong treasure hunt starting this Saturday June 5th and ending June 12th. The township website will have a list of clues and rules on Saturday. Find 25 things around Concord. Residents will document or take photos of the listed item. Entries must be submitted by the end of the day on June 12. All entries must be submitted.
• It’s hot in the city on June 13 as the Creative Arts Center welcomes Hot Jam 2021: a celebration of live music. Hot Jam runs from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the CCarts outdoor stage in Yorklyn, Del. It presents eight local musical acts, large and small. Artists will play their own original music and some bands will play covers. The event is rain or shine. Admission is $ 5 at the door and free for children under 12. Proceeds from this concert will benefit the centre’s efforts to expand programming to include more inclusive and accessible programs for students of all ages and abilities. The festival atmosphere includes a Woody’s on Wheels beach-themed American cuisine food truck, a summer clothing drive to benefit Code Purple and Food Not Bombs which provide homeless resources and activities. artisanal.
• Delaware Theater Company announces June lineup for the 2020/21 season—Take 2 !, a new series of outdoor shows that features a variety of artists from Hollywood, Broadway and the region. From June 9 to 12, the show is called Robert Dubac — Male Intellect: Un oxymoron? The hours are from Wednesday to Friday. 6:30 p.m. and Sat. 2:30 p.m. Members of the public are encouraged to bring a chair and refreshments. Performances take place in the Delaware Theater Company parking lot, located at 200 Water Street in Wilmington, a short walk from the Riverfront. To purchase boxes for two or four people, call the DTC ticket office at 302.594.1100 or visit delawaretheatre.org.
• The Chester County Art Association announced that open clay workshop will resume this summer. From June 8, the open studio will be held on Tuesdays (6-9 p.m.) and Thursdays (4-7 p.m.). Reservations are required for the studio open online. Each session is booked individually. The price is $ 15 per session. This price includes icing and baking. All clay purchases should be made in cash from the clay technician. The CCAA has 25 pound red clay bags available for $ 20.