POSEIDON FEST/EMS DAY
May 21st, 10 am - 2 pm
Movie at dusk
The Town of Bethany Beach is teaming up with its Volunteer Fire Company to offer a special day of awareness on Saturday, May 21st, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. According to Greek mythology, Poseidon was the sea god who protected sailors but also created chaos if angered. Poseidon Fest/EMS Day is a way for the community to celebrate the sea while learning about ways to prepare for potential coastal emergencies.
Food , Music, Fun, and Helpful Handouts
At the Bandstand (1 Garfield Parkway):
Enjoy live music and fun activities for the kids. Receive your free Emergency Preparedness booklet while supplies last.
At the Fire House (215 Hollywood Street):
Visit with area EMS units and hospitals, DEMA, American Red Cross; see antique and contemporary fire trucks; bike safety demonstrations; T-shirt giveaways; Bethany Blues catering; helicopter landings on the church grounds
At the Nature Center (807 Garfield Parkway):
Take part in a mermaid scavenger hunt. (Anyone dressed in a sea-related costume will get a prize.)
See a preview of the movie, "Flipper" on the Bandstand.
SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day.
Click Bandstand under Activities for details.
SEASIDE CRAFT SHOW
June 4th, 2016, 10 am - 5 pm
Over 100 juried vendors participating!
Sponsored by the Bethany Beach
Cultural & Historical Affairs Committee
Sunday, June 26th, 2016, 8 am
Downtown Bethany Beach
Online registration now open. For details, visit:
- The course loops through Bethany’s scenic streets and supports the Fourth of July Parade. Hope you will join us and support a great cause!
- Check out the pages at the right for details about the event!
- The event will be very similar to last year – the runners and walkers will complete the same course as in 2015.
- Registration forms also available in Town Hall