Wednesday, February 14 - Wednesday, February 14
Rehoboth history lecture to explore Depression-era changes

7:15 p.m., Sussex Room at the Boardwalk Plaza Hotel. The next Rehoboth Beach History Lecture, covering “Depression Era Rehoboth and the Greek Families that Revived It,” will be presented by Paul Lovett, creator of the miniature village diorama of 1910 Railroad Era Rehoboth. A donation of $25 is requested for the lecture. Proceeds in excess of expenses will go to sustain the diorama project. To reserve a seat, call Lovett at 302-893-9391.  Attendees are encouraged to begin with dinner in the beautiful Victoria’s Restaurant next to the lecture venue. Reservations should be made for 5:30 p.m. or earlier to allow time for an enjoyable meal before the presentation begins; call 302-227-0615 to reserve dinner seats.


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