Get ready for the Weekend Event Marathon! There’s so much “Happening” in North Delaware and slightly beyond making it tough for us to choose our top picks for weekend, Friday, Sept. 11th – Sunday, Sept. 13th. From Brew Fests to Mushroom Festivals to the Delaware Fun Fest and Scrapple Cook-Off, NorthDelaWHEREhappening.com has the most happening events for adults, families and kids to fill up your weekend. Don’t be left in the dark, this is just a taste of what’s happening, so don’t forget to take a look at the rest of this weekend’s happening events and weeks ahead on NorthDelaWHEREHappening’s sortable calendar of events.
Here’s What’s Happening and Where This Weekend!
Community Parade Kicks-Off the festival followed by Dancing in the Streets with Good Foot plus, a good ole fashioned Carnival! For more info, visit 30th Annual Mushroom Festival
Parents Night Out! Set mom and dad loose to have dinner along Wilmington’s Riverfront while you stay at DuPont Environmental Education Center and have all the fun with games and activities. Dinner for campers is provided. For more info, visit Parents Night Out: Marsh Monarchs
Celebrate 50 glorious years of Brandywine Creek State Park! Come out for a fun day at the park featuring food, hayrides, crafts, and activities highlighting the history of this beautiful state park! For more info, visit Celebrate 50 Years of Brandywine Creek State Park
Travel down Main Street, while putting on custom-made mini golf holes at various bars and restaurants. Show up in your favorite golf slacks and we will provide the putter, colorful golf ball, course and drink specials. Bring your ‘A’ game to compete for prizes. For more info, visit Delaware Jaycees Pub Putt
Avast ye scurvy dogs! Release your inner pirate during Newark’s first ever Pirate Treasure Hunt! Teams travel around Main Street on a treasure hunt in search of items, taking pictures, answering trivia, and facing off in team challenges…all while competing for great prizes! For more info, visit Party Like A Pirate Treasure Hunt
Live DJs spinning sweet vinyl tunes in-store all day and Live music all night! Stop in, say hi or give them a hug. They are super stoked to be open without obstruction! For more info, visit Rainbow Records Grand Re-Opening
Lots of family fun and entertainment including; Jungle John, the Juggleing Hoffmans, Face Painting and slew of other entertainment. Do you like Scrapple? If so, you will be loving the Scrapple Cook-Off. For more info, visit 2015 Delaware Fun Fest and Scrapple Recipe Cook Off
Historic Odessa Brewfest returns this year with even more of the finest regional and national craft breweries, local gourmet food, live music, and artisans. For more info, visit 2015 Odessa Brewfest
Come out for a wonderful evening of German folk music and dancing at the 47th Stiftungsfest at the Delaware Saengerbund! Deutsche Halle will be filled with music, dancing, and Gemütlichkeit. For more info, visit Stiftungsfest at Delaware Saengerbund
Featuring hundreds of juried artists exhibiting one-of-a-kind art, the festival is a Delaware tradition spanning over half a century. Now regionally popular and nationally recognized, the Brandywine Festival of the Arts boasts participants from across the United States and perennially ranks in the top 100 shows in the country. For more info, visit Brandywine Festival of the Arts | Wilmington
OVER 35,000 Children’s items from Newborns to teens are expected at this grand event! Save 50-90% on children’s clothes, shoes, toys, equipment, and maternity items at the Middletown & Dover Just Between Friends Sales rated the BEST in “gently-used” items! For more info, visit Just Between Friends Middletown| HUGE Children’s Consignment eventTweet
NephCure walks are all about community support, family fun and raising funds to find a cure. More than fundraising, NephCure walks provide support for those lives that have been touched by Nephrotic Syndrome and FSGS. For more info, visit Nephcure Walk Greater Philadelphia
Mélomanie enriches the cultural life of our community by connecting audience, composers, and performers through concerts that pair early and contemporary music. Be there to experience the world premiere performances of Sergio Roberto de Oliveira’s “The Four Gifts of God” and Chuck Holdeman’s “Two Moods.” For more info, visit Mélomanie at the DCCA