June marks the second anniversary of the Friends of Cooch’s Bridge Historic Site and you’re invited to celebrate:
Join us Saturday, June 4, for a guided tour of the Cooch-Dayett Mill Historic Site
Dating to the 1830s, the Cooch-Dayett Mill is one of the last water-powered mills still standing in Delaware. It offers a fascinating glimpse into our pre-industrial past. The mill is rarely open to visitors, so don’t miss this chance!
Registration and timed tickets are required. Go here, to register. Registration is free, but requires membership in the Founding Friends. To become a Founding Friend, go here.
Don’t delay. Spaces on the guided tour are strictly limited!
Join us Sunday, June 5, for a free musical celebration
Cap off our second anniversary weekend celebration by attending a free concert featuring singer-songwriters John Faye and Sug Daniels. Appropriate for music lovers of all ages, the concert takes place Sunday, June 5, at 3 pm at The Arsenal at 30 Market Street, New Castle.
John Faye is a fixture in Greater Philadelphia’s music community. He has built a reputation as a highly respected singer, composer, producer, mentor and coach.
Sug Daniels is an accomplished singer, songwriter, and producer who uses the tools around her to capture the emotions of our times. She blends elements of folk, R&B, and low-fi alternatives to create tender music with a powerful message.
Registration is required. Go here, to register. Don’t delay. Seating is limited!