The First State gets into the spooky spirit this fall with Halloween-themed carnivals, trick-or-treating and parties throughout October.
Rumor has it that spirits—many disturbed like a headless horseman and former inmates—still roam these seven locales in Delaware.
This October, celebrate Halloween in the First State with ghost tours, haunted horror attractions and more spooky events...if you dare.
Mark your calendar for these art events, theater performances, festivals and more throughout the First State during October.
The Delaware native and filmmaker behind One-Eyed Rabbit returns to her alma mater, Cab Calloway School of the Arts, to produce a short film.
From picturesque fall foliage destinations to seasonal events for all ages, here are places to enjoy autumn throughout the First State.
Participate in fall festivities like walking through a corn maze, picking apples and painting pumpkins at these Delaware farms and orchards.
Wilmington punk band Eyebawl took to the main stage at the Firefly Music Festival after heavy rain postponed its original concert time.
Firefly Music Festival at the Woodlands was a smash hit with amazing performances, fashions and a sighting of two Delaware hip hop artists.
From local farms perfect for pumpkin picking to annual autumn festivals, this season is packed with family fun all across the First State.
The Joshua M. Freeman Foundation helps Delaware students find an artistic outlet through its Creative Nourishment Kit initiative.
Harmony Weavers Guild celebrates its milestone with a Delaware Center for Horticulture exhibition featuring wearable, functional textiles.
Amid a vast collection of fine works, Delaware artist Samara Weaver leaves a vibrant paper trail with her macramé hangings and paperscapes.
Formerly known as the Freeman Stage at Bayside, this familiar venue returned with a new name and brought back a popular festival.
The Southern Delaware Wine, Food & Music Festival returns to Delaware with incredible fare, perfectly paired bubbles and amazing music.
From quaint seaside inns to upscale campsites, Delaware’s coastal accommodations have everything you need for a beach fall getaway.
The Delaware Art Museum confronts its racist history by mounting an exhibition it rejected 50 years ago, along with many others.
The First State remembers the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks with local ceremonies and events to honor those we lost.
After being postponed in 2020, the Guest Bartender charity event raised funds for the Wilmington Flower Market for children's education.