Things To Do In Delaware, Family Fun And Events For Sunday June 3, 2018

Boat Rentals at Lums Pond State Park
Rowboats, canoes, kayaks and pedal boats are available for rent from Memorial Day through Labor Day, boats can be rented from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Sunday, Jun. 3 – Monday, Sep. 3, 2018 – Recurring daily – Lums Pond State Park – 1068 Howell School Rd – Bear, DE
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Free Admission All Day Sunday at the Delaware Art Museum
The Museum is open Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Sundays are free all day. The Museum Store and Thronson Café will also be open.
2301 Kentmere Parkway – Wilmington, DE
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Fort Delaware State Park
Fort Delaware, the Union fortress dating back to 1859, once housed Confederate prisoners of war. It was originally built to protect the ports of Wilmington and Philadelphia. Visitors take a half-mile ferry ride from Delaware City to Pea Patch Island. A jitney provides transport from the island dock to the granite and brick fortress. Here, costumed reenactors take you back to the summer of 1864. Don’t forget sunscreen & bug-spray. Please wear comfortable shoes (no open-toed shoes) and dress for the weather.
Call for times and ticket availability – Prices: Adult: $12.00, Military: $11.00, Senior: $11.00, Children – 2 – 12 years: $7.00, Children – under 2 years: $0.00
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Sunday Brunch Cruise
Experience wining & dining on the water! The Riverboat Queen offers weekly scenic Sunday brunch, supper, & Thursday dinner cruises. Locals and visitors alike can enjoy the outstanding cuisine, professional & friendly crew, and comfortable ambiance aboard this wonderful cruise. $45 Adults $22.50 Children ages 3-12 Children under 3 FREE
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Steamin’ Days at Auburn Heights
During Steamin’ Days at Auburn Heights, the site truly comes alive. Visitors are encouraged to climb into an antique automobile or board one of our trains and experience what it was like to travel at the turn of the 20th century. Or tour the magnificent 1897 mansion that was home to three generations of the Marshall family. There is something for everyone at Auburn Heights, whether you are 2 or 92. First Sunday of the month, June through November, 12:30 to 4:30 pm
Marshall Steam Museum at Auburn Heights Preserve – 3000 Creek Road – Yorklyn, DE
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Take A Ride On The Wilmington & Western Railroad
The route of the original Wilmington & Western was laid in the early 1870s, and soon after, men and machines went to work moving goods and passengers through the Red Clay Valley.
We have a seat waiting for you, and from that seat, you’ll see the past as never before. History will come alive, senses will be excited, and a forgotten era will be re-lived (and we think you’ll have a little fun along the way)!
Trains depart at 12:30 PM and 2:30 today.
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14th Annual Riverfront Car Show
Canceled due to weather. RAIN DATE, Sunday June 10th

Fish ‘n Kids
Lewes Canalfront Park hosts a fun morning of fishing and paddling. Make your own fishing pole and t-shirt, and enjoy some demos.
Sunday, Jun. 3, 2018 – Time: 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM – Lewes Canalfront Park 211 Front Street Lewes, DE
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Bethany Beach Farmers Market
Locally grown, freshly picked fruits and vegetables, and related products – visitors are invited to share in how they have made the Farm to Table movement a part of the marvelous experience of vacationing in the Quiet Resort.
Sunday, Jun. 3 – Sunday, Sep. 2, 2018 – Recurring weekly on Sunday, Saturday – Time: 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM – Garfield Parkway and Pennsylvania Ave.
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Sail The Kalmar Nyckel
Take a sail the Kalmar Nyckel, a tall ship replica. Docked in Lewes, DE, guests will enjoy 2 1/2 hour cruises on the ship.
Sunday, Jun. 3, 2018 – Time: 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM – Kalmar Nyckel – 43 Cape Henlopen Drive – Lewes, DE
Price: $40 for children and $60 for adults
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