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You’ll be dancin’ in your seats this weekend at The Playhouse on Rodney Square as Dance to the Movies  brings to life your favorite cinematic scores right in front of your very eyes. Songs from West Side Story, Grease, Titanic, The Godfather, and even The Matrix await! 


Friday night, The Delaware Symphony Orchestra closes its Classics Series at The Grand with a presentation of Mahler’s Symphony No. 7.


Bellefonte Brewing Company celebrates their 2nd Anniversary all day Saturday from noon to midnight complete with live music, beer specials and SwampTown BBQ.

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Local hip hop artist and activist Richard Raw releases his new album The Dash at Christina Cultural Arts Center on Saturday evening. He’ll be backed by the Word Warrior Band.


Now for these next few events, I’m really hoping this rain decides to give us a break... we have some great outdoor family options. The Wilmington Grand Prix takes over Monkey Hill in Brandywine Park on Friday night and Market Street on Saturday offering fun for every member of the family.


Saturday, or Sunday if it does decide to rain, the 9th Annual Bellefonte Arts Festival invades the 800 Block of Brandywine Blvd. with over 50 vendors and tasty treats for you to explore.


Riverwalk Mini Golf also opens for the season this Saturday.


And finally, an alternative indoor option, Aladdin Jr. closes at the Delaware Children’s Theatre - you have two chances left to see the Disney classic on stage and that’s Saturday and Sunday.

Find out more about these events, and tons of other options at

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