#HappeningKids: Tech-Savvy Student Teams Recognized for Breakthrough STEM Technologies

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzHC7L0f_lg Despite businesses across America proudly championing the “inclusion” buzzword, nearly 80 percent of people with disabilities remain left out of the workforce. Fortunately, this fact is not lost on tech-savvy students from Concord High School in Wilmington, Delaware, and California State University, Los Angeles. They won the high school and college divisions of the [...]

Braeden Mannering Joins the First Lady at the State of the Union

"Still pinching myself to make sure I'm not dreaming" says Braeden Mannering in a tweet on Sunday. He's referring to his invitation to join the First Lady (FLOTUS) in the Box at the State of the Union on Tuesday Night! That's pretty impressive stuff, but then again, this is one pretty impressive 12 year old. [...]

Movers & Shakers! Know Any?

Do you know a New Castle County resident who thinks outside the box? Someone who’s truly making a difference in our community? Pushing through boundaries? Or working towards a profound vision? Passionate about life, shaping the future and making things happen? Then we want to hear about them! North Delaware Happening is searching for New [...]

Lenore Luca: Be a Teen (or Tween) on the Move

She’s the one empowering teens and youth to build a brighter future for themselves. Finally, an interactive workshop for teens, hosted by teen entrepreneur~Lenore Luca, author of  “How to be a Teen on the Move”.  Her two hour talk covers real life stuff like bullying, building confidence, how to make dreams come true,  taking responsibility [...]

ROCK the VOTE! 2014 Happening List Competition

Now's the time to make it happen! The 1st annual NorthDelaWHEREHappening.com List VOTING competition has officially commenced. We celebrate all of the amazing and most happening people, places, businesses and events that make our North Delaware, New Castle County, communities a unique, Happening place to live. The North DelaWHEREHappening List contest features 11 primary groups and nearly 200 localized [...]

Light it Up BLUE!

-Emily Rockwell TODAY…Tuesday, April 2nd  4th Annual World Autism Awareness Day The day is being recognized by the campaign “Light it Up Blue” to shine a light on Autism. Today the prevalence rate of Autism is 1 in 88 children. Autism is developmental disorder with varying degrees of difficulty with social interaction, communication and behavior. [...]

Happening Kids~Jason & Gianna Arnao

We at NorthDelaWHEREhappening.com are so very honored to spotlight Middletown’s own, Jason & Gianna Arnao, as our Happening Kids Dynamic Brother & Sister Duo! At just 8 & 6 years old, Jason & Gianna are inspiring excellence and achieving big dreams. They have made it their personal childhood mission to teach other children throughout the Middletown [...]

Do you know a Happening Kid?

Do you know a North Delaware kid who excels in school, is an all-star athlete, an incredible musician, a talented artist, a community volunteer, an avid entrepreneur, a tech genius or is a positive role model for others in your community? Perhaps it’s your kid, a neighbor, a student, or a relative? Nominate them today as the next North DelaWHEREHappening Happening Kid, [...]

Light It Up Blue

 [author_info]Emily Rockwell has been a teacher for the Delaware Autism Program at the Brennen School for the past four years. She was named Brennen’s “Teacher of the Year” 2010-2011.[/author_info] Monday April 2nd is the 3rd World Autism Awareness day. The day is being recognized by the campaign “Light it Up Blue” to shine a light [...]

From Page to Stage…

Young Playwrights of Delaware Seek Truth DELAWARE YOUNG PLAYWRIGHTS FESTIVAL Back in Action at Delaware Theatre Company March 19, 7:00-9:30pm The Delaware Theatre Company (DTC) is excited to bring back the Delaware Young Playwrights Festival which has been on hiatus since 2008.  Sixty-six high school students from 7 participating schools  & their teachers took part in an interactive playwriting workshop.  They were provided with [...]