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from the Cottage Café with both indoor and outdoor seating.


For those seeking adventure, the first (one mile) phase of the Assawoman Canal Trail, a new trail for hikers and bikers to explore near Bethany Beach, is expected to be completed by the end of May, 2015. Those who prefer to do their hiking on the fair- way will appreciate Southern Delaware’s spectacular sig- nature golf courses, including the Bayside Resort Golf Course designed by Jack Nicklaus.


For water sports like stand- up paddle boarding, Southern Delaware boasts some of the most experi-


enced outfitters, like Delmarva Board Sport Adventures, as well as the most stunning creeks, canals, and bays in the Mid Atlantic.


Alternatively, Cape Water Taxi offers a pontoon boat eco tour, music cruise, sunset cruise, or create-your-own charter experiences.


Also, the Ryves Holt House in Lewes - built around 1665 - is the oldest house still standing in the state of Delaware. It has been desig- nated as part of the First State National Historical Park, the first National Park in the First State, which, ironically, was the last state to get a national park.


The Location Reports in this issue of Mid-Atlantic Events Magazine were compiled with information provided by the CVBs listed (denoted by website), and supplemented with materials obtained from additional resources.


The Catch 54 fish house is a


restaurant on Fenwick Island in Southern Delaware that has a


private event space for up to 75 guests with waterfront views


EventsWorthy Party for the Market


February 21, 2015 Philadelphia, PA More than 700 guests were at the 5th Annual Party for the Market, taking place at


ReadingTerminal Market.The event featured continuous entertainment as well as a


diverse selection of foods and desserts from 30 of the Market’s revered merchants.All


proceeds will benefit the ReadingTerminal Market PreservationTrust to preserve the Market for future generations.As part of the


festivities, a group of local media personalities and elected officials competed in a “Twist-


Off ” to see who can twist the most pretzels to the sounds of Philadelphia-born Chubby Checker's hit record, “TheTwist.” Photo Credit:Two Girls and a Camera


CBS3 Jim Donovan participates in the “celebrity” pretzel twisting contest


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