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July 24 `20
High Stakes Bar & Grill
Come to High Stakes Bar and Grill in Fenwick Island, DE to hear live entertainment. Listen to musicians playing with the talented artists - Dust N' Bones. This should be a great night of entertainment! 
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July 25 `20
Ocean City Life-Saving Museum
Walk the old historic district of Ocean City and hear your storyteller recount over a dozen ghost stories featuring spirits that still linger in the old buildings and hotels.  Ocean City also features a property that hit the "Haunted Trifecta" - a murder, suicide and accidental death occurring at the same location.
 
This tour runs between the Inlet and 4th street and is approximately an hour and a half of scary stories and Ocean City's mysterious history.
Sand sculpture of Jesus in the beach at the boardwalk
July 27 `20 - July 29 `20
Roland E. Powell Convention Center
The 26th Annual JESUS AT THE BEACH MUSIC & MINISTRY FESTIVAL will be on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, July 27, 28, & 29 2020. The Festival will begin each day at 10am until approximately 1pm at the Ocean City Convention Center with praise, worship, dance, drama, testimony, preaching, prayer, and Holy Spirit ministry. 

The afternoons are free to enjoy fellowship with one another. Each night from 7pm to 10pm on the beach at North Division Street, God will minister through praise music, dance, drama, testimony, and one-on-one sharing. 

On Wednesday there is a baptism service on the beach across from the Convention Center.
large full moon hovering over a calm body of water
July 28 `20 - July 29 `20
Ocean City Life-Saving Museum
Walk the old historic district of Ocean City and hear your storyteller recount over a dozen ghost stories featuring spirits that still linger in the old buildings and hotels.  Ocean City also features a property that hit the "Haunted Trifecta" - a murder, suicide and accidental death occurring at the same location.
 
This tour runs between the Inlet and 4th street and is approximately an hour and a half of scary stories and Ocean City's mysterious history.
tennis ball sitting on tennis racket on green court
July 29 `20
Manklin Meadows Park
Platform tennis is a doubles-oriented, year-round racquet sport played on specially constructed platforms with paddles in place of racquets. Played outdoors at the Manklin Meadows Racquet Sports Complex, platform tennis combines the fun and challenge of tennis, squash and racquetball.

The Ocean Pines Platform Tennis Club also offers free clinics for new platform players every Saturday at noon. It covers the basics of the sport and allows prospective members to learn  and take lessons for a nominal fee. For ages 12 and older. The first session is free; drop-in is $5. Ask about the free 30-day trial! 
 
Cost:
$5.00 Daily Court Fee
Berlin Ghost Walk
July 29 `20 - July 31 `20
Atlantic Hotel
Take a spooky nighttime walk through America's coolest small town - just 15 minutes from Ocean City.  Hear about the child who haunts the historic Atlantic Hotel, a spirit who hides in an antique store basement, the Lady in White standing by the bank and apparitions of people long dead are seen walking the streets.  
 
Touch the healing tree and walk in the steps of "the Elemental" that haunts a spot near the old rail line.  And take a nighttime stroll through a very old, dark graveyard, and hear the sad story of the Carey family who lost four children during the Civil War era.  Learn about a "ley line" that runs through the town.
 
The Berlin tour has the strangest energy of all eleven Eastern Shore ghost walks. 
Side shot of Greek flag flying over body of water
July 31 `20
Convention Center; 40th St. & Bay

Delmarva's Largest GREEK FESTIVAL! 3 Days of Food & Fun! This is the 30th year that the Roland E. Powell Convention Center, on 40th Street & the Bay, will be transformed into a place for "All things Greek", feeding and entertaining thousands of Delmarva tourists and local families alike. 

Doors open daily at 12 noon to feed hungry Greek Festival goers authentic traditional Greek cuisine. All menu items are available for lunch or dinner times, dine in or carry out, including: Baked Lemon Chicken, Lamb Shank, Keftedes, Dolmathes, Spanakopita, Tiropitas, Greek Salad, Pastitsio, Moussaka and Gyro Sandwich. Have a leisurely lunch and shop from the many unique vendors of jewelry, imports and art. Then hit the beach and come back for dinner & dancing when the place really rocks, after 5pm, to the Greek sounds of Golden Flame. Not shy? Grab a hand and dance! A little shy? That's ok, enjoy watching the others, especially the Authentic Greek Folk Dance Performers. 

For dessert, enjoy a REAL Greek Coffee and some sweets from the amazing selection of pastries or have a hot bowl of fresh loukoumathes (fried dough puffs topped with honey syrup and cinnamon) or our Festival famous rice pudding, or one of each! To extend your Greek Festival experience, stock up on pastries like Baklava and Greek cookies, they freeze well (if they last that long)! 

The kids will have fun doing kids crafts and having their faces painted when they aren't Greek dancing or chowing down on all the kid friendly Greek foods and desserts. 

Admission is FREE! 

Plenty of free parking, air-conditioned hall, handicap access, ATM on site. Visa/Mastercard/Discover accepted for food and vendor purchases. For more information, visit www.oceancitygreekfestival.com or call 410-524-0990 or visit on Facebook at OceanCityGreekFestival. Festival proceeds benefit community and ministry programs of St. George Greek Orthodox Church.

Side shot of Greek flag flying over body of water
August 1 `20 - August 2 `20
Convention Center; 40th St. & Bay

Delmarva's Largest GREEK FESTIVAL! 3 Days of Food & Fun! This is the 30th year that the Roland E. Powell Convention Center, on 40th Street & the Bay, will be transformed into a place for "All things Greek", feeding and entertaining thousands of Delmarva tourists and local families alike. 

Doors open daily at 12 noon to feed hungry Greek Festival goers authentic traditional Greek cuisine. All menu items are available for lunch or dinner times, dine in or carry out, including: Baked Lemon Chicken, Lamb Shank, Keftedes, Dolmathes, Spanakopita, Tiropitas, Greek Salad, Pastitsio, Moussaka and Gyro Sandwich. Have a leisurely lunch and shop from the many unique vendors of jewelry, imports and art. Then hit the beach and come back for dinner & dancing when the place really rocks, after 5pm, to the Greek sounds of Golden Flame. Not shy? Grab a hand and dance! A little shy? That's ok, enjoy watching the others, especially the Authentic Greek Folk Dance Performers. 

For dessert, enjoy a REAL Greek Coffee and some sweets from the amazing selection of pastries or have a hot bowl of fresh loukoumathes (fried dough puffs topped with honey syrup and cinnamon) or our Festival famous rice pudding, or one of each! To extend your Greek Festival experience, stock up on pastries like Baklava and Greek cookies, they freeze well (if they last that long)! 

The kids will have fun doing kids crafts and having their faces painted when they aren't Greek dancing or chowing down on all the kid friendly Greek foods and desserts. 

Admission is FREE! 

Plenty of free parking, air-conditioned hall, handicap access, ATM on site. Visa/Mastercard/Discover accepted for food and vendor purchases. For more information, visit www.oceancitygreekfestival.com or call 410-524-0990 or visit on Facebook at OceanCityGreekFestival. Festival proceeds benefit community and ministry programs of St. George Greek Orthodox Church.

large full moon hovering over a calm body of water
August 1 `20
Ocean City Life-Saving Museum
Walk the old historic district of Ocean City and hear your storyteller recount over a dozen ghost stories featuring spirits that still linger in the old buildings and hotels.  Ocean City also features a property that hit the "Haunted Trifecta" - a murder, suicide and accidental death occurring at the same location.
 
This tour runs between the Inlet and 4th street and is approximately an hour and a half of scary stories and Ocean City's mysterious history.
Microphone with a glint of light shining
August 1 `20
High Stakes Bar & Grill
 Fuzzbox Piranha is a three-piece Delmarva band that was founded in 2004.  They rock out to classic and modern such as: AC/DC, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Tom Petty, Rolling Stones and more!  Come out to High Stakes Bar and Grill in Fenwick Island, DE to jam with this rockin' band!
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