Sea glass galore
The colors of sea glass will be on display along with an amazing selection of art at the Mid-Atlantic Sea Glass & Coastal Arts Festival from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 26 and 27. The event will benefit the Lewes Historical Society and take place at various society-owned properties in Lewes.
The focus in the event’s 11th year is to educate the public on the historic origins of sea glass and glass history over the past three centuries, while keeping the community safe. The festival will feature 40 sea glass and coastal-themed artists in various mediums including authentic sea glass, wood, photography, painting, ceramics, metal and sculpture.
“For this year’s event we are selling advance, timed tickets online in order to manage the number of people at the festival at any given time,” said Dana Ferreri, LHS events coordinator. “We will have one entry point and one exit, and a designated path for attendees to follow throughout the grounds. Vendors will be spaced throughout the campus along with plenty of hand sanitizing stations. Everyone will be wearing a face covering.”
More info at capegazette.com/node/208805.