Join us at the New Castle Public Library as we discuss the novel Stay With Me by Ayobami Adebayo. Set in Nigeria between the 1980s and 2008, Stay With Me follows the story of Yejide and Akin. While the couple fell in love easily, their attempt to have a child has been fraught with difficulties. The sacrifices both end up making go beyond anyone’s, including the readers’, expectations. The book has won many awards, including The New York Times’ Critics’ Top Books of the Year and Best Book of the Year by San Francisco Chronicle, National Public Radio, The Economist, Buzzfeed, and Southern Living. You can visit Goodreads for more information about the book.
Registration is not required, but if you can attend please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Books will be available to borrow from the New Castle Public Library.
Can’t make it in person? Register to join us online for the discussion!
This discussion is part of our Literature and Medicine program.
An optional breakfast is available for a small fee, but the presentation itself is free. Reservations requested, but walk-ins are permitted.
The Delaware Young Playwrights Festival (DYPF) is a program designed to provide an outlet for DE students grades 8-12 to get the professional playwright treatment! From standards-based feedback on first-round drafts to thorough workshops with industry professionals, playwrights selected in DTC’s festival bring their ideas from page to stage.
The five playwrights of these plays were selected as finalists in the 2018-2019 Delaware Young Playwrights Festival (DYPF). The finalists will participate in a series of playwriting workshops with professional theatre artists from Delaware Theatre Company to further refine their writing and ready their works for a free public showcase performance on March 7, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. on the DTC stage.
2018/2019 DYPF FINALISTS
Delaware Theatre Company is pleased to announce the five finalist plays and playwrights in the 2018-2019 Delaware Young Playwrights Festival!
Season 9, Episode 8 by Jordyn Flaherty, Charter School of Wilmington
In All Honesty by Jalyn Horhn, MOT Charter High School
(A Little Bit) of the Book of Exodus by Tristen Hudson, St. Elizabeth School
Senior Year Shakespeare by John Morrison, St. Elizabeth School
Star Signs and Book Shops by Madelyn Thomas, St. Elizabeth School
Delaware Humanities’ Spring Vision Grant deadlines are coming up in April, and we have made a BIG change!
Come learn how to use our new Foundant online grant application, how to write a strong DH grant application, and meet and network with other DE nonprofit agencies at the same time.
**NOTE: This will be less paper-based than previous DH Grantwriting workshops – to get the most out of it, we encourage you to bring your own computer as we show how to navigate the new system.