The following community events are not sponsored by the League but may be of interest to its members:
- August 21st (6pm): The DNREC Division of Water will conduct a public hearing on related applications from Allen Harim Foods, LLC, for an on-site wastewater treatment and disposal system, and from Artesian Wastewater Management, Inc., for a spray irrigation operations permit. The hearing is held at Mariner Middle School, Rt. 5, Milton. Click here for more information.
- September 3 (4:30-6:30pm): The Milton Historical Society is presenting an evening reception for their exhibit, "Walking Into Greatness: Bryan A. Stevenson", hosted by the Delaware Alliance for Racial Justice. The Milton Historical Society is located at
210 Union Street, Milton, DE 19968. Click here for more information.
- September 7 (10am-7pm): Nanticoke Indian Pow Wow, held at 26800 John J Williams Hwy, Millsboro. Entrance Fee: $5 per person, 12 & under free, free parking. Native dancing, food, booths, and vendors. Learn about the unique history of the first people in the first state. There will be two dance sessions with the Grand Entry beginning at noon. For more information, click on this link: 42nd Annual Nanticoke Indian Pow Wow
- September 8 (9:30am-5pm): Nanticoke Indian Pow Wow, held at 26800 John J Williams Hwy, Millsboro. Entrance Fee: $5 per person, 12 & under free, free parking. Native dancing, food, booths, and vendors. Learn about the unique history of the first people in the first state. There will be one dance session with the Grand Entry beginning at 1pm. For more information, click on this link: 42nd Annual Nanticoke Indian Pow Wow
- September 10th (6-8pm): Women's March Sussex is presenting Delaware Politics 101, Fall 2019, an interactive discussion that provides basic knowledge to understand Delaware's local and state government structure and functions. The event will be held at the Lewes Public Library. It is free but you must register in advance to reserve a seat.
- September 14th (9am-noon): Delaware Coastal CleanUp sponsored by the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, spans Delaware's 97-mile eastern coastline, including rivers, ocean shorelines, wetlands, and watershed areas. Click here for a list of the Coastal Cleanup sites. Volunteers and groups are encouraged to pre-register now through September 2, to ensure enough supplies are readied for each site.
- September 15th (11am-7pm): Festival Hispano 2019 with be held in downtown Georgetown, on N Race St. Celebrate the diversity of Hispanic cultural heritage in Delaware, Maryland and Virginia with music and dances performed by local and International groups, traditional arts and crafts, and of course, delicious traditional food. For more information check out their website.
- September 17th (11am-1pm): Delaware Humanities is holding a free grant application writing workshop at Rehoboth Beach Historical Society, 511 Rehoboth Ave. Register here.
- September 28st (12-4pm): 2019 Hispanic Heritage Event sponsored by the Delaware Hispanic Coalition and the Friends of the Milton Library. The free event will be held at the Milton Library. Free entertainment and food will be provided.