The event closes the second block of Baltimore Avenue for an afternoon of fun.

The event also serves as a fundraiser for CAMP. Dewey Beer Co. donates. Pictured (lr) Wes Combs, CAMP Rehoboth Board Chair, Michelle Manfredi, Krissy McCluskey, Chris Beagle, CAMP At-Large Board Director, and Tamia Mykles.

Brandywine Valley SPCA is supporting CAMP Rehoboth with a donation. Pictured are (lr) Michelle Manfredi, Wes Combs, CAMP Rehoboth Board Chair, Tanner Polce, Brandywine Valley SPCA Director of Advancement, Chris Beagle, CAMP At-Large Board Director and Tamia Mykles.

There were many rainbow-themed artworks for sale. This custom epoxy resin artwork was made by Pat Catanzariti of Lewes, who is also a CAMP board member.

In a sea of ​​rainbows, seller Glenn Bernstein’s tie-dye T-shirts and sweatshirts were the brightest.

CAMP Rehoboth volunteers Wanda Wacker, left, and Gail Tannenbaum greet people as they enter the party.

Charles Schwab local branch shows support for CAMP Rehoboth. Pictured are (lr) Wes Combs, Chairman of the Board of CAMP Rehoboth, Michelle Manfredi, Stephanie Brown, Financial Consultant to Charles Schwab, Mike DeFlavia, Secretary of the Board of CAMP Rehoboth, Mark Engberg, Branch Manager Charles Schwab, Kasey Gonzalez-Cruz, Chris Beagle, CAMP At-Large Board Director, and Tamia Mykles.

Accent on Travel of Rehoboth Beach maintains local support. Pictured (lr) Wes Combs, Chairman of the Board of CAMP Rehoboth, Michelle Manfredi, Sofia Hedman, Head of Group Travel at Accent on Travel, Chris Beagle, Director of the Board of CAMP At-Large and Tamia Mykles.

Performer Tamia Mykles stops CAMP’s Chris Beagle mid-sentence because there’s a person with a camera taking a picture.

Baltimore Avenue was packed on a beautiful afternoon.

David Spigone – aka DJ Spig-1 – rocked the crowd as he rocked his rainbow glasses.