This winter, the community can head to The Arts Castle to begin their journey through downtown, taking in wide-ranging forms of expression that include sculptures, glass mosaics from Lynda Elias and Virginia Corwin, Delaware’s ghost signs, and more.

Pamphlets for the Delaware Art Walk have been created, including a map of all the different stops. Arts Castle Executive Director Diane Hodges said the pamphlets were possible thanks to Fidelity Federal Savings and Loans, whose donations that were originally intended for the high school jury arts exhibit were used for pamphlets after the cancellation of the exhibit. Pamphlets can be found outside the Castle, at Boardman Arts Park, Gallery 22, and on The Arts Castle website.

Hodges said the idea for the art walk stemmed from earlier conversations about future art projects coming to Delaware and her wish to show off all that already exists within the city.

Celebrating Black History Month with The Delaware County Historical Society!The History of the first Black-Owned farm in Delaware County and part of the Underground Railroad – Lucy Depp Settlement.

On 2/18 at 7:30, readers from Lucy Depp with tell about Delaware County's first African-American Settlement, in this amazing online program!