Cape Gazette

Fun had at Wine and Waves in Dewey

Friends of Dewey host third annual free event on the beach
May 24, 2014
Photo by: Chris Flood Matt Sandelands of New Jersey donates to the Friends of Dewey organization. He was one of a handful of Loyola University students in Dewey for Senior Week who participated in the fun.

Dewey Beach — The Friends of Dewey Beach held its third annual Wine and Waves event May 10 on the beach in front of the Dewey Beach Life Saving Station on Dagsworthy Avenue.

The free event is a way for the not-for-profit civic organization to celebrate the town before the big beach crowds come Memorial Day weekend.

A good crowd turned out to enjoy the bonfire, the wine and beer tasting, hotdogs, hamburgers, 50/50 raffle and music.

Friends of Dewey member Jenny Taylor relaxes on the bench and points people in the direction of the fun. (Photo by: Chris Flood)
Zeke Przygocki makes sure there's wine ready for the Wine and Waves event. (Photo by: Chris Flood)
Jimmy O'Conor, owner of Woody's East Coast Bar & Grill on Route 1, mans the grill for the event. (Photo by: Chris Flood)
David Lynam of Lynam's Beach Concession Services, gets the paper rolled up and stuffed into place for the bonfire. (Photo by: Chris Flood)
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