Craft brewers are some of the most creative and hard-working people around—and while their beer stands on its own merits, knowing the story behind a brewery somehow makes their product taste even better. Wilmington Brew Works, winner of the 2022 Kennett Brewfest Best of Connoisseur award, is a community-focused brewery excited to bring their best to Kennett Winterfest on February 25th.
From Franco Talk and a book upcycling workshop (both this morning!) to chess, knitting, sewing, family-friendly creative space, music lessons for children, book discussion groups, self-defense classes, kids art club, gaming, storytime, and so much more—you'll find it all at the Kennett Library!
Click here for their calendar of events and more information.
KACS’ 12th annual Empty Bowls event will take place on Friday, February 24th, for lunch, dinner, and take-out.
The Empty Bowls project is an international grassroots initiative that took root here in Kennett Square over a decade ago. It's a collective effort to raise money and awareness in the fight to end hunger and feed hope.
The Kennett Heritage Center is seeking a few new volunteers to greet visitors during their open hours. If you're friendly, low key, responsible, and love this beautiful town, you're perfect for the job! The exhibits at the Center do the job of telling the story of Kennett's history, so volunteers don't need to know too much about Kennett history. Some familiarity with local shops and restaurants is helpful to be able to share with visitors. If you're interested or want to find out more, email Lynn Sinclair.
Please note that the Center is closed now through March but will offer private tours for groups of 6 to 12.
Head on out to The Creamery to enjoy the Glice (Swiss-engineered, eco-friendly sustainable artificial ice) rink! It's fun for all ages—kids, teenagers, and adults will all have a blast whirling around the rink!