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June 2015

Found 6 blog entries for June 2015.

This weekend in southern Delaware, it's all about the red, the white and the blue as the area's beach towns celebrate the founding of our nation in grand style. So whether you're sitting on the beach, or on a boat in the ocean, or even taking in an Independence Day festival that's a short distance from the coast, there's something for you and your family to enjoy this Fourth of July weekend.

Read this week's "Weekender Blog" below to see where and when to partake in the festivities planned for this holiday weekend. And be sure to check back again next week as we continue to keep you informed on the summertime goings on in and around the Delaware beaches.

Now here are a few of our favorite events planned for this weekend:

  • Independence Day in
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This weekend, the 2015 festival season really kicks into high gear as the first major event of the summer takes place in Lewes – the annual Mid-Atlantic Sea Glass and Coastal Arts Festival. This is definitely the highlight for the final weekend of June, but it's certainly not the only fun and exciting thing to do here at the Delaware beaches.

And we've definitely got you covered here in our weekly "Weekender Blog," brought to you by the Oldfather Group of Ocean Atlantic Sotheby's International Realty.

So take a few minutes and read about some of the happenings scheduled for this weekend at and near the Delaware beaches. And then get out there and have some fun!

Mid-Atlantic Sea Glass and Coastal Arts Festival (June 27-28). The 2015 Mid-Atlantic

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Believe it or not, June is already more than halfway over and the traditional summer season is in full swing, as I'm sure you've all noticed by the skyrocketing thermometer readings in the last few days.

But don't let the warm weather stop you! Get out there this weekend and enjoy all that coastal Delaware has to offer! There's plenty of fun things going on, including a few of our favorites that we've listed below.

Pick a couple and check them out, and don't forget to watch every week for our "Weekender Blog" to keep up to date on all the fun and exciting events going on at or near the Delaware beaches.

  • Selbyville Old Timer's Day (June 20). After a year's hiatus, this popular classic car, truck, tractor, military and emergency vehicle show
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The biggest events of the summer are drawing closer, including next weekend's Selbyville Old Timer's Day festival and plenty of big name acts coming to the Freeman Stage.

But there are also some fun events scheduled for this weekend around southern Delaware, including a chance to spend some time with your canine companion in Milton, or enjoy healthy food options in Rehoboth Beach. There is even a Brewgrass festival in Milford and an annual bike event across the county in Laurel.

Check below for some of our favorite happenings planned for this weekend. And don't forget to check back here every Thursday/Friday in our "Weekender Blog" for more family-friendly event options throughout southern Delaware.

  • Milford Brewgrass Festival (June 14).
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The calendar has flipped to June, the kids are almost out of school and the Delaware beaches have come alive over the last few weeks. The recent warm summer-like temperatures are certainly ideal for sitting on the beach and listening to the waves crash onto the shore, but there are also plenty of other things to do in coastal Delaware this weekend, should you feel like venturing about.

While the season's biggest festivals and events are still a few weeks away, there are definitely some fun-filled things to do this weekend at and around the Delaware beaches.

Check out some of our favorites below:

  • Boats, Buttons, Beans & Beer Walking Tour (June 6). The town named for poet John Milton certainly has a rich history, and this walking tour (which
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The home buying process can be a scary and daunting one, but most of us already know this right? That's why you use a REALTOR® and pay for his or her expertise and personal service. I mean, if it were easy, everyone would do it and there would be no need for real estate professionals.

The fact is that buying a home is not easy, from the initial contact with a REALTOR®, to searching for homes, to going through the escrow and financing process and finally closing on and moving into your very own piece of the American Dream.

But there are several things you need to be aware of, which range from common sense items like not buying a home in a depressed neighborhood to more advance concepts like searching for a home with the greatest investment potential

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