I scream, you scream, we all scream for…the Ice Cream Festival! The ultimate summer event returns Saturday, June 29 at Rockwood Museum and Park. The event kicks off at noon and includes something fun and delicious for all ages.
Be sure to check out dozens of vendors in the vintage marketplace, as well as Author’s Alley (which will feature local authors). There will be live, rotating entertainment throughout the afternoon and evening and to top it off, fireworks at dusk.
All guests are asked to use the free shuttle from Rockwood Office Park, (500 Carr Road) from noon-10 p.m., which also includes a handicap-accessible bus. From 5-10 p.m., a free shuttle will be available from Mt. Pleasant High School.
There is no access to Carr Road from Marsh Road due to construction. Rockwood Road and all intersecting streets from Washington Street Extension to Miller Road will be closed to thru traffic through the duration of the event.
What: Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Festival
Where: Rockwood Park and Museum, 4651 Washington Street Extension, Wilmington
When: Saturday, June 29, beginning at noon (Rain date: Sunday, June 30)
Why: Proceeds benefit the preservation and support of the Rockwood Museum and Park and the Rockwood Park Preservation Society.
Price: $5 Adults; children 12 and under are free with adult admission. There is free parking and a shuttle from 501 Carr Road.