Things To Do On Valentine’s Day in Wilmington

In need of last-minute Valentine’s Day plans? Say no more! Whether you are in need of something to do with your love, or if you are being your own soulmate this year,  there is plenty going on in Wilmington this Friday!

The Annual Chocolate Festival at the Wilmington Library

This fun community event includes a competition among professional and amateur bakers. A panel of judges will pick their favorites among four categories cakes, cookies, candies and brownies. Winners are announced and the public is invited to taste the chocolate creations between 11:00 and 2:00 or until the chocolate runs out. Admission is $2.00 for adults, $1 for Children, taste tickets are .50c each. 

Wild About Love at the Delaware Museum of Natural History

Bring your loved ones to once again feel all the butterflies that come with love! Enjoy a Valentine’s themed craft, live animal presentations and check out our newest traveling exhibit Tropical Odyssey and take a romantic walk through its rainforest maze.  FREE for DMNH Members or with paid admission to the Museum. 

Painfully Single Valentine’s Day at Bellefonte Brewing Company

Are you painfully single this Valentine’s day? Are you going to need some dinner that night? Need a cold pint? Bellefonte Brewing Company has great news!  They’ll have other painfully singles this Valentine’s Day, along with Bucky’s BBQ, and cold beer on draft all night!

Rooney’s Annual Anti-Valentine’s Party 

Love this holiday, hate this holiday or want to celebrate in a more fun low key money-saving way? Then join the Rooney’s team & Cherry Crush Band for their annual Valentine’s Day party. Featuring wing and drink specials all night, as well as live music, and free shuffleboard/pool during Happy Hour, you’ll be sure to find your match made in heaven! 

Outside Mullingar at the Delaware Theatre Company

From the author of Doubt comes a romantic comedy set in rural Ireland. Anthony and Rosemary are lovelorn farmers who haven’t got a clue when it comes to love. These hopeless singletons will need to overcome a bitter land feud, familial rivalries and their own romantic fears to find happiness. Full of dark humor and poetic prose, John Patrick Shanley’s tenderhearted portrait reminds us it’s never too late to take a chance on love. 

Valentine’s Day with the Manhattan Transfer 

Beginning with their first performances in the early 1970s, The Manhattan Transfer have become the cornerstones of contemporary music. Join them at Copeland Hall for a night of pop, jazz, R&B, rock and roll, swing, symphonic, and a cappella music. 

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