The Rehoboth Beach Museum will continue its free summer listening and discussion series on the past, present and future of the local LGBTQ community at 6 p.m. July 16 at the Anna Hazzard house, 17 Christian St., Rehoboth Beach.

This summer series provides a way for museumgoers, history lovers and generally interested community members to stay involved in the museum while it undergoes renovations this summer.

This session is titled “The Current State of Affairs: LGBTQ Rehoboth as We Know It.” After the presentation, this discussion will allow people to share what they feel the current climate of Rehoboth is.

The third session will be held at 6 p.m. July 23 at the Anna Hazzard House. The topic is “Where are We Going? The Future of the LGBTQ Community in Rehoboth.” This segment will address the question of what future generations of the LGBTQ community in Rehoboth will look like and what goals there are for the future.

“These summer sessions take the museum’s popular oral history program to another level. This new series will enable the museum to actively engage our community in a dynamic discussion about an important group in our community,” said Rehoboth Beach Museum Director Nancy Alexander.

To RSVP and for more, call 227-7310.