Chambers of Commerce by the Beach Hope for a Bumping Summer Season
Reports say that the CDC has made some changes to state guidance regarding the current situations. Therefore the Chambers of Commerce expects busier beaches and towns with more people and events.
All those events which did not hold last summer will resume this year.
” The annual Garden Tour will recommence on June 19th, and the tickets are already out. And there’ll be more events like the concert series, events at Canalfront Park, and the farmers market. All these events that made Lewes such an attractive place will have a great comeback this summer”, says Betsy Reamer with the Lewes Chambers of Commerce.
” Rehoboth will have weekend events again. Visitors should make prior bookings for the events. We expect a large number of day visitors this year compared to the previous years. The Seaglass festival, cottage hour, and bandstand events will be merrier and rocking this time.”, says Carol Everhart with the Rehoboth-Dewy Beach Chambers of Commerce.
Bethany Beach Mayor Rosemary Hardiman said, ” We have some significant events lined up this time. We were planning to start early, but we had to postpone due to the current global situation. Therefore we will be starting in June and go until October.”
Rehoboth Beach City manager Sharon Lynn says they’ll have some restrictions among the family members due to the current global situation. Lynn also told the visitors should maintain a 3 feet social distance from each other.
The Lewes Chamber of Commerce expects to have a buzzing summer this time. They also alert on last-minute trip bookings saying that they will not be possible this season.