Plan a wet, wacky weekend


Wings and Wheels for Sight

Join the Kent Island Lions Club as they put on their annual Wings and Wheels for Sight. Antique cars motorcycles and airplanes will be among the event's highlights. There will also be helicopter rides and children's rides and games, all for a good cause.

Wings and Wheels for Sight is 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 1 at the Bay Bridge Airport. Admission is $10 per car and all proceeds benefit the Lion Club International Foundation. Go to

Ocean View, N.J.

Wet & Wacky Weekend

Go find your super soaker, because this weekend will be a water battle to put the neighborhood kids to shame. Planned activities include a "water war" wagon ride, water balloons, beach bingo, relays, a greased watermelon race, and raft races. Enjoy the festivities or simply enjoy the Jersey shore as you camp out all weekend for wet and wild fun.

The Wet & Wacky Weekend is being hosted at the Pine Haven Camping Resort from May 31 to June 2. Events are free with a campsite rental. For more details, go to

Rehoboth Beach, Del.

Restaurant Week

Restaurants from Rehoboth Beach will be providing three-course meals at fixed rates June 2-8. Enjoy dining by the ocean as the first weeks of summer roll in at some of Rehoboth's best restaurants.

Rehoboth Beach Restaurant Week is June 2 through June 8. Restaurants will have 3 course dinners at fixed rates of $30 or $20. Some restaurants are offering lunch menus for $10 or $15. A full list of restaurants is available at

Purcellville, Va.

"The 39 Steps: A Serious Comedy"

"Alfred Hitchock meets Monty Python" reads the description for this comedy event, peaking our interest. Based on Hitchcock's 1935 thriller "The 39 Steps," the show features actors performing as over 100 different characters while they work to discover the mysterious 39 steps.

Performances are Friday, May 31, and Saturday, June 1, at 8 p.m., along with a matinee on Sunday, June 2, at 3 p.m. All shows are at the Franklin Parks Art Center. Advance tickets are discounted to $21. Tickets at the door are $24 for adults. Discounts available for seniors and students. Go to

Cass, W. Va.

Dinner Train Ride

A turn of the century steam engine will take you up the Appalachian mountainside in West Virginia, while you enjoy music and a buffet-style dinner. A unique date idea that history buffs will appreciate. Make it a weekend and spend the night in one of Cass' newly renovated logging cabins.

The Cass Railroad dinner train will depart at 5:15 p.m. on June 1 from the Cass Depot in the Cass Railroad Scenic State Park. Tickets are $36 for adults and $16 for children age 5 and under. Call 304-456-4300 for reservation and for more information, go to

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