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For the fourth year, chess enthusiasts are invited to take part in the free Chess on the Square Tournament in downtown Wilmington. The day is for people to have fun, enjoy snacks and beverages, and play chess.
Wilmington mayor Michael Purzycki recently announced the city is considering redeveloping two contaminated areas along the Brandywine River, which will help improve Wilmington's Northeast neighborhood.
Mike Purzycki, the mayor of Wilmington, recently announced the dates for two important music festivals that will be coming to the city.
About 10 years after the Mid-Town Parking Center fell into disrepair, a new garage has appeared on the spot or rather, under it. The five-level facility will open to the public soon.
Mike Purzycki (the mayor of Wilmington) and Kevin Kelley (the director of the citys Parks and Recreation department) recently announced that registration is now open for the 2018 Youth Career Development Program.
The Wilmington Drama League opens its 2018 season with Disaster! The Musical, a show that spoofs the disaster films of the 1970s using music from that decade. The production has run both on and off-Broadway.
St. Mark's High School in Wilmington, recently received a $1.5m donation, according to an article on delawareonline.com.
The most famous reindeer of all is on his way to Wilmington, when Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical comes to the city for two performances.
The City of Wilmington is currently upgrading some of its sewer lines, specifically the ones near the Wilmington Public Library, around the North South Street area.
Fairies, gnomes, pirates, princesses, trolls, superheroes, or just plain childreneveryone is invited to the upcoming Faerie Festival in Wilmington.