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Comedy Continues in Humble Park October 13th!

If you missed the music and comedy show in August, this is your opportunity to experience what the NEW Humble Park is all about, community, music and laughter.

On October 13th from 7-10 PM join us at 4th and Shipley Street in Wilmington, DE as Spaceboy Clothing & Southbound Comedy have teamed up once again to bring you an awesome evening full of live local stand-up comedy! Seating is limited, feel free to bring your own lawn chair. Following the show, please join us at for the official after party at Ernest & Scott Taproom (9th & Market St.) Featuring exclusive food and drink specials!

Featured Comics:
Brandon Jackson
Megan Goetz
Sidney Gantt
Erik Terrell & more!

Music Provided by:
Dj Skinny White

Thanks to the Sponsors:
Why Fly
The Mill
Ernest & Scott
Downtown Visions
Spaceboy Clothing 

Be sure to RSVP for this event on Facebook and share the event with your friends!

Humble Park Wilmington DE

Your City, Your Park, Help it Come to Life!

Photo Courtesy of Spaceboy Clothing

Photo Courtesy of Spaceboy Clothing

Humble Park at the corner of 4th & Shipley is about to not be so "humble" anymore! Thanks to a collaboration between The City of Wilmington, Downtown Visions and Sanchez of Spaceboy Clothing, the park will soon be filled with vendors, art and entertainment! 

The press is excited for what is to come, and the park is already receiving attention from Technical. ly Delaware and The News Journal! The very first event is a comedy show, scheduled for August 25th at 7 PM and we need YOUR help to prepare! Join your fellow neighbors and business owners in cleaning up the space for everyone to enjoy! We will be meeting on Saturday, August 12th from 9 AM- 1 PM. Feel free to let us know you are coming through our Facebook Event and be sure to spread the word by inviting your friends. This is your chance to be a part of the renaissance happening in your city!

Wilmington DE Community

Each future event at the park will not only provide incredible entertainment, it will be giving back to those who need it most. A hot dog stand ran by the Wilmington-based Rick VanStory Resource Center, a recovery-oriented peer center for people with psychiatric disabilities will provide food for sale for each of the shows. Additionally, each of the shows will be free to the public, and have a fundraising effort on-site for a special cause. The show on the 25th will raise funds for Ramona Robinson of Wilmington, who is battling breast cancer and is a family member of Sanchez of Spaceboy.

Have an idea for the park, or want to help contribute to its positive future that is going to affect hundreds of Wilmingtonians? Let us know!

Click the image above to watch a short video provide by Delaware Online on all of the progress made by the generous volunteers!

Click the image above to watch a short video provide by Delaware Online on all of the progress made by the generous volunteers!

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Post by Julia Mason of Enthusiasm Lab