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Loopin' for the Library

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Benefits the New Library, bike raffle and t-shirts for all riders, limited free bike rentals available, sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales

Online Registration is now closed.
You will be able to register in person the day of the event, Sunday, May 31st, at the Cape May-Lewes Ferry Terminal.

1st Annual Recreational Bike Ride
Along the Trails of Lewes, Cape Henlopen, and Rehoboth

May 31, 2015

Cape May-Lewes Ferry Terminal

  • Check-ins begin at 8 am
  • Adults $40 | Children (15/under) $20
  • Includes Lunch and Drink Ticket

Post Party 11am - 2pm

3 Trails

  • 4 mile Historical Lewes Loop
  • 4 mile Cape Henlopen Loop
  • 16 mile Grand Loop of Rehoboth & Lewes

For more information, call 302-644-0108 or email tcolegrove@horizonphilanthropic.com.


Seeking Board Members for The Friends of the Library

 The Friends are seeking candidates from the greater Lewes area to serve a three-year appointment on the Board of Directors. Interested individuals must be a current member of the Friends of the Lewes Public Library. To be considered, please send a completed application to Candace Vessella, President, Friends of the Lewes Public Library Board of Directors, 111 Adams Avenue, DE 19958, by Monday, June 29, 2015.

Applications may be picked up at the library or downloaded.

The purpose of the Friends Board of Directors is to promote the library and help raise funds for its use such purchasing lending materials including books, sponsoring performances and enhancing the Children's Program. Meetings are held monthly. For further information, contact Candace Vessella at 302-703-2212 or check out our Friends of the Library Page 




 Learn Alternative Approaches to Easing Your Pain, Wednesday, June 10, 3:00 PM

with Denise Demback, Acupuncturist & Dr. UDay Jani

The truth doesn't have to be painful.

Explore complementary medicine’s many routes to pain management, with Denise Demback, acupuncturist, and Uday Jani MD, a board-certified internist with a fellowship in integrative medicine. Learn how
biofeedback, guided imagery, acupuncture, Chinese herbs, phototherapy, Ayurveda treatment, Tai Chi, meditation, and other techniques can be successfully integrated with traditional methods of pain relief.





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