Let’s Celebrate: It’s Women's History Month
7 Fun Ways to Celebrate Women's History Month While Travelling in Delaware.
Grab your girlfriends, moms, sisters, aunts, and grandmothers for a trip to Delaware to celebrate Women’s History Month! Here are 7 ways throughout the state to support women owned destinations:
1. Take Advantage of tax-free shopping
Discover some of Delaware’s trendiest woman-owned boutiques: Morgan’s of Delaware is in Wilmington and is a smart and chic shop boasting the latest in trends. The style is “laid-back luxe” at BLUvintage Boutique in Dover, where you’ll love the mix of beachy, country, and boho. Blocks from the ocean, you’ll find Coral Cove in Rehoboth Beach, featuring a curated assortment for your home and closet. The newest in Milford is Junebug’s Beauty Boutique, offering trendy clothing items, spray tans, hair and makeup services.
2. Catch up over the perfect cup of coffee
Chat with your girlfriends and cheers to the women who help make Delaware a better place with each cup of coffee they brew. Check out these three woman-owned picks next time you are in their area: Kaffee Karma in Wilmington, The Station on Kings in Lewes, or The House of Coffi in Dover.
3. Treat yourself with yummy pastries
Women do their best to make life a little sweeter at these top-notch Delaware cafes: 3BB Café in downtown Bethany Beach offers fruit bowls, tea and real-deal coffee, with vegan and gluten-free goodies available daily. In Downtown Milford, Dolce Bakery and Coffee Shop's tempting espresso, homemade baked goods and ice cream keep folks coming back. The flavors of Puerto Rico are proudly accented at My Sister’s Fault, featuring “Milford’s best empanadas and sweets,” and all-day breakfast goodies.
4. Dine Out
Grab some goodies that are good for the body and soul at Home Grown Café, where owner Sasha Aber has encouraged healthier dining for the past 21 years. (TIP: Their Cauliflower "Wings” are delish).
5. Enjoy a craft beverage
Enjoy a frosty and refreshing moment at one of the several woman-owned locations on the DE on Tap lineup of breweries, wineries, cideries and meaderies: Kathryn Vennard is co-founder of the Autumn Arch Beer Project, featuring unique brews and exciting events, and Terry Sorantino oversees Wilmington mead and cider producer Liquid Alchemy Beverages.
6. Discover the Delaware Discoveries Trail
Support female artists and see beautiful art in scenic settings on the Delaware Discoveries Trail, which features outdoor artwork that’s perfect for fun selfie sessions. Artists include Natalia Ciriaco (see her Discoveries Trail work in the Town of Wyoming); Leah Beach (Delaware Botanic Gardens); Laura Erickson (Delaware Art Museum and Delaware Children’s Museum); and Kelsey Montague (Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge and Big Chill Beach Club).
7. Take a fitness class
Make your inner glow shine at these fitness destinations where women are No. 1. People rave about the instructors, the energy and the music at Salt Fitness, Rehoboth Beach's only indoor cycle studio. The emphasis is on transformation inside and out at the beach yoga studio SoulFire Collective in Rehoboth Beach. Fitness classes are combined with life coaching at Ice House Wellness + Community in Camden.