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First Friday at Freddie’s Beach Bar Rehoboth Beach 9PM. Reservations required. Meet you inside. Anyone wanting to meet prior let Kathy know [masked].
Freddie's is an LGBTQ+, straight-friendly restaurant and bar, with a location in Rehoboth Beach Delaware at 3 S 1st Street Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971.
Reservations may be made by calling (302)[masked] when we are open. Current Rehoboth Beach location hours are: Thursday 4:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m., Friday 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 a.m., Saturday 11:00 a.m. - 1 a.m., and Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 11 p.m. Enjoy happy hour with discounted beverages and special menus between 4-6 pm on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Closed Monday-Wednesday. The hours are adjusted when special events happen. Enjoy our new exciting menu, expanded draft beer selections and our house made specialty cocktails.
Join us for a SAFE yet FUN time. Freddie's Beach Bar in Rehoboth 3 S 1st St, Rehoboth Beach, DE[masked]
We are going to try and meet in person. Those that wish to join us at the can meet us at 7 pm at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship 2812 Old Ocean City Rd, Salisbury, MD 21804. Please if you are at high risk stay home or take extra care to keep socially distant.
This is a group for transgender individuals and friends and family of trans folk. This is basically going to be a group for open discussion information on trans care and resources. For more information about TransLiance go to https://www.transliance.com/about_us.
All topics are on the table. This is the time to bring your questions and concerns. We will have a circle discussion about sex and gender. This meeting is open to all LGBTQ+ people and their allies, friends and family. This is a great time to share your stories, get feedback and advice from other members and explore your gender and sexuality. New comers are welcome and anyone wishing to meet prior to the meeting can do so by contacting [masked] or Christina McBride at [masked] . Members should also understand that their personal email can not be seen on this meetup site by the host, organizers or any members. Hope to see you there Kathy Carpenter [masked].
HOPING YOU CAN JOIN US FOR WORSHIP This SUNDAY!
We have been monitoring the Covid numbers and it appears that cases are going down. Also, the mandates from the Governor have been lifted; and so, we want to offer in-person worship for this Sunday. We understand that some may still feel reluctant to meet and we trust your own discernment.
For those joining with us, remember worship will begin @ 5:00 pm, the first and third Sunday, at GROOM CHURCH in Lewes.
Groom Church is located right across the street from Beebe Hospital and next door to Lloyd's Market on Savannah Rd.
The address is 601 Savannah Road, Lewes. They have a parking lot beside the church.
Please note, we will NOT be eating dinner together at this point in time.
The space is ample for all of us to spread out in the sanctuary for worship!
We trust each of you to use your judgment as to whether or not you wish to wear a mask.
Finally, it is the expectation that if you come to worship, you are vaccinated.
See you in Church!
Rev. Chet Carbaugh
Interim Pastor of Safe Harbor UCC
Delmarva TransParent meeting
Contact Rita Nelson at [masked] for a zoom link.
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Delmarva TransParent is a new educational support group for the parents, grandparents and caregivers of transgender children and adults. It is sponsored by TransParentUSA.org, a national organization supporting local groups.
Regular meetings will then be held at 7 p.m., the third Monday of the month at this time we are doing zoom events Contact Rita Nelson at [masked] for a zoom link. or[masked], or go to www.TransParentUSA.org
The Rev. Rita Nelson, meeting facilitator, is an award-winning author for her memoir, “Always Kristen,” about her journey with her transgender daughter.
Nelson said, “My vision is that while this will be a group for sharing our stories, it will also be a group where we can provide focused speakers on relevant subjects, education, and resource material for living, journeying with, and accepting our transgender offspring. This group will provide information that will help parents understand what it means to be transgender, how their rejection deeply affects them, and how to be loving and accepting. I don't want this group to devolve into gripe sessions, but I do want the members to feel it is a safe place to express their fears, disappointments and concerns.”
“This experience can be incredibly isolating for parents in communities without a group like TransParent to provide connection, support, and resources. Our chapter leaders help parents process a myriad of complex emotions including fear, sadness, guilt, grief and anger so that they are able to better respond to their child’s needs,” said Kim Hutton, TransParent board president. “With a suicide risk of almost 50 percent by the age of 19 due in large part to a lack of family acceptance and support for transgender children, TransParent chapters are needed more than ever to help eliminate this outcome.”
For more information, contact Rita Nelson at [masked] or[masked], or go to www.TransParentUSA.org.