Dewey Sip and Shop adjusts amid pandemic, still offering one-of-a-kind gifts

DEWEY BEACH, Del. – If you’re thinking about getting your holiday shopping done, artists in the Dewey beach area have the perfect place for you to shop.

The Developing Arts Collaboration is once again bringing Dewey Sip and Shop to the area, but with some changes of course because of the pandemic. The event will be outdoors under a ginormous tent, but still with plenty of artists there to show their work and promote their small business.

We’re told masks are required for all shoppers, artists, and volunteers. People coming into the tent will have their temperature taken and organizers will limit the amount of people in the tent at one time.

While the event will definitely be different this year, organizers tell us it’s still the perfect place to find a really special gift this holiday season.

“You’re not getting something from a big box store that someone from all over the world is going to have, you’re going to have something that’s one of a kind, hand made, and original,” Leah Beach, one of the organizers, said.

Sip and shop kicks off on Friday, November 27th and runs through that Sunday. This year, it was moved from the Starboard, where it’s usually held, to the parking lot of Forgotten Mile Ale house to allow for more space. You can find all of those details here.

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