THIS MONTH'S SERMON
THURSDAY, AUGUST 20TH
On Thursday, August 20th, the Revival House, Beebe Foundation and Hudson Fields will take a bite out of summer boredom with the launch of “Jawsfest”, a benefit for Beebe Hospital featuring music, food, and fun as well as a very famous shark.
Staring at 6 p.m. at Hudson Fields, “Jawsfest” will welcome families with various food trucks, a Jaws-themed beer release from Revelation Brewing, live music, local vendors and featuring a screening of director Steven Speilberg’s milestone summer film “Jaws” at dusk. The event is free and open to the public, but donations are suggested, with proceeds going to Beebe Hospital’s frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This is a FREE event! But there will be limited seating so get there when the doors open or you'll miss the boat... get it.
Revival House is working with Beebe Medical Foundation and Hudson Fields in order to adhere to all state-mandated social distancing measures and precautions, and participants will be required to keep the proper six-foot distance from others when on the field to view the film. All attending will be required to wear protective face covering while on the premises. “We are doing this as a fundraiser for those who continue to put themselves on the line during this pandemic, so we want to adhere to all the requirements to help flatten the curve, but let everyone still have a fun time with their families,” said Revival House’s Rob Rector.
Prior to the film, “Jawsfest” will provide a number of food trucks for visitors, adult beverages and kids’ activities. Live music will also be provided prior to the film. When the sun sets, the main feature will begin, broadcast on a 52-foot screen and families can view from their own blankets, beach towels, or low-back beach chairs...all far from the ocean’s edge.
All donations raised at the event will go to Beebe Hospital, who has been tirelessly working to help keep locals safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
All events are subject to change with regard to state COVID-19 regulations, so check back for additional updates and information.
OUR PARTNER IN FUNDRAISING
Beebe Medical Foundation
LATEST JAWSFEST NEWS
t's finally here folks! Jawsfest! We wanted to give you a little heads up on what to expect when you arrive at Hudson Fields. Rob and Bruce will give you the run down.
Hang out with us as we catch up with Leah Beach and talk DAC and Jawsfest
We had a chance to hang out at Frantic Frets Music Store & Antiques Shop Milton, Delaware with Mary and Al who are going to be one of our coolest vendros at Jawsfest: Beebe's Gonna Need A Bigger Boat. And as a bonus, Al who is also our second musical act, is premeiring his new song "Last Stitch" right on this video! It's about a brutal shark attack so it pretty on-theme for this event. Enjoy
We couldn't be more excited that Revelation Craft Brewing Companyis creating a beer specifically for Jawsfest: Beebe's Gonna Need A Bigger Boat called Quint's Revenge. Quint's Revenge is a smooth sour conditioned on blackberries, strawberries and blood oranges. Having been lucky enough to have had an early taste, I can honelty say that it is one of the best sour beers I've ever had.
We're teaming up with Ogre's Grove to bring you the Blue Line Challege. A comic book themed art challenge for all our local artists with proceeds going to Beebe Healthcare. For more details watch the video or go to the site: http://www.ogresgrove.com/comic-book-art-jawsfest-fundrai…/…
Ocean 98 was kind enough to give a radio spot on a regular rotation. Check out our Grindhouse trailer tribute
Jaws has bee rescheduled to Thursday, August 20th
Masks are required
You are welcome to remove your mask once seated in your pod, but you are asked to wear your mask whenever you are moving around the venue and upon entry and exit.
Must practice social distancing
To practice social or physical distancing, stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arms' length) from other people who are not from your household in outdoor spaces.
Ten-foot white circles, each eight feet apart, were painted on the grass so families can be safe even in the crowd. Masks are permitted to be taken off in your pod (pretty much the same rules at restaurants, so think of your pod as your table). Each group entering Hudson Field will be assigned a pod that will be there's for the event. First come first served.
Body temperature check for staff
Body temperature checks will be taken of all the staff of Jawsfest
THE FILMS - Starting at dusk
Featured local short
film by Max Remmler
A student insomniac struggles to keep up with the ongoing pressure of high school.
Celebrating its 45th year, “Jaws” has become the model for the summer smash, becoming the first film to ever earn $100 million in its initial theatrical release and coining the term “blockbuster,” as crowds would line up around city blocks in order to get tickets to the film.
“It’s certainly my favorite film,” said Rob Waters, one of the founders of Revival House. “And seeing it in as big a format as possible is the best way to experience it.”
THE BANDS - Starting at 6:30pm
Speed Limit 18
Prior to the film, Delaware’s own Speed Limit 18 will take the stage to provide a raucous start to the evening’s festivities. Founded in 2016, the trio consists of long-time pals Oliver Sachs, Alex Boswell and Zach Yenovkian. The group all share writing responsibilities while rocking out on guitar, piano, sax, and drums to perform their all-original numbers, which are inspired by such irreverent rockers such as 21 Pilots and AJR.
The band, who all attended Rehoboth Elementary School together, now attend Sussex Academy. They released their first album, “Stooped,” in January of 2019 and have been touring throughout the area when they are not too occupied with their schoolwork.
Al Frantic is a well-seasoned musician and has made quite a splash here in Delaware since moving to the area in 2018. Performing as a solo, or with his 3-piece band, Al has become a local favorite. With music ranging from the Beatles to Zeppelin and everything in between.
For more info on all things Frantic go to www.franticfrets.com
Revelation Craft Brewery
Revelation will be unveiling their beer that they made specifically for Jawsfest called Quint's Revenge. Quint's Revenge is a smooth sour conditioned on blackberries, strawberries and blood oranges.
For more info on all things Revelation go to revbeer.com
Brimming Horn Meadery
BRIMMING HORN MEADERY is a meadery with over 20 years of crafting and perfecting their award winning meads. BRIMMING HORN features a tasting/sampling area as well as a Scandinavian-style mead hall. Both meads, fruit wines and ciders will be on tap, served in bottles, growlers, and glasses.
For more info on all things Brimming Horn go to brimminghornmeadery.com
Beach Time Distilling
Beach Time Distilling produces ultra-premium, hand-crafted spirits meticulously distilled in limited quantities. At Beach Time we do not rush or stress our yeast during the natural fermentation process. Taking more time for the fermentation process produces a smoother stress-free product we call “Leisurely Refined Spirits”… Beach Time for the Leisurely Spirit in you!
For more info on all things Beach Time Distilling go to www.beachtimedistilling.com
Nassau Valley Vineyards
Nassau Valley Vineyards is the first and only award winning winery in the state of Delaware.
Founded in 1987, our vineyards were the first commercial wine vineyards to exist in the “First” state. Peg Raley and her father, Bob Raley founded the vineyards on a family farm site just outside of historic Lewes, Delaware.Our vineyards are comprised of Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot. We use other regionally grown fruit to produce the 14 wines in our product line. We purchase grapes and fruit from growers on the eastern shore and supplement with other regionally grown fruit.
For more info on all things Nassau Valley Vineyards go to www.nassauvalley.com
Local food truck and catering company using fresh and locally sourced ingredients. Chef Jeffrey Faille, Tammie Faille and Zoe Heubeck have over 50 years experience in the restaurant and catering business. We look forward to serving you on the street.
For more info on all things Street Kitchen go to thestreetkitchenmd.com
Proud to serve the Bear, Middletown, Odessa, Townsend, St.Georges areas and beyond. When you need a refreshing break, contact us to take you away to a tropical paradise! From daycares to schools to businesses, kids of all ages love Kona Ice! Use our fun Flavorwave to create your own flavor or select from a wide variety we can make. We offer sugar and dye free options on the truck at all times. And now try our new Krafted Flavors!
For more info on all things Kona Ice go to www.kona-ice.com
Because how could we not have popcorn for Jawsfest!
ARTISIT AND VENDORS
Wolverine leapt off a spiral bookstore rack to sink his claws into Ogre at a young age. Ogre has been a fan of comic books ever since his grandmother bought him that fateful copy of Wolverine #2 in 1988.
For more info on all things Ogre's Grove go to www.ogresgrove.com
Frantic Frets Music & Antiques Store is conveniently located in Milton, Delaware, just a mile West off of Route 1, with plenty of free parking! Close to the Delaware Beaches and an easy stop on your way to or from the beach. Not only do we sell quality used amps, electric guitars and basses, acoustic guitars and basses, stomp boxes, and accessories, we also buy, trade and consign items based on current space/needs.
For more info on all things Frantic Frets go to www.franticfrets.com
Mal Meehan is a multimedia artist with a 30 year history in film production, broadcast TV animation, interactive development and comic book illustration. Hailing from the United Kingdom, Meehan started his career inking pages of 2000AD and Judge Dredd comic books before moving into feature films, working on films such as Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade and Tim Burton’s 1990 epic Batman. Meehan runs www.miltonmultimedia.com, a local interactive development company and consults for major corporations such as Barclays, BBC, Coca-Cola, Lily, Merrill Lynch, Scholastic and Sony to name a few. Recent featured work includes the complete user experience for the ‘Moogseum' in Asheville, North Carolina. An entirely interactive museum and exhibition space featuring the life’s work of Dr Robert Moog, the inventor of the Synthesizer musical instrument. Mal still draws and you can find his work here - https://www.deviantart.com/mee3d/gallery
Lewes Life is a locally owned online apparel company. Our goal is to provide quality apparel and accessories that represent the beauty and lifestyle of Lewes, Delaware
For more info on all things Lewes Life go to www.leweslife.com
Rehoboth Social is a podcast created to talk with local folks in and around Rehoboth Beach Delaware. One small business helping another. we know where they were and where they are now. Rehoboth Social Podcast is the bridge that connects the two.
For more info on all things Rehoboth Social go to www.socialpodcastnetwork.com
New Wave Imagery is the studio for Lewes based photographers Kyle Kaminski and Susan McLean. Both share a passion for capturing the beauty of the landscapes, people, and wildlife that call the Delaware Beaches home.
Tiffany Caldwell is a documentary and lifestyle photographer living on the Delaware shore. Her work revolves around the themes of family, nostalgia, and human connection.
kam productions is a private label apparel company. Designing and printing graphic tees, including the popular 302 Horseshoe Crab.
Dirty Hands DIY is place with unique projects for all artistic levels. We are on a mission to allow everyone to tap into their creativity for a good cause! All proceeds go back to the our non-profit Developing Artist Collaboration.
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