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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, JANUARY 3- MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 2014 ~59 Discover Battery 519 Lantern Tour to take place Jan. 11 at Cape state park Battery 519 at Fort Miles will be in the Fort Miles Historic Area. open for tours day and night this Fort Miles Historical Associa- winter and spring, the Fort Miles tion Board Meetings will be held Historical Association and Cape at 8:30 a.m Saturdays, Jan. 18, Henlopen State Park announced. Feb. 15, March 15, April 19 and For information and registration May 17. All FMHA members are for any of the events, call 302- invited. 645-6852 or 302-644-5007. Cold War at Fort Miles, a tour Discover Battery 519 tours will of Battery 519 describing the be conducted Saturdays, Jan. fort's post-World War II history 18, Feb. 15, March 15, April 19 will be held at 11 a.m Saturday, and May 17. Tours begin at 10:30 March 1. Visitors will hear about a.m noon and 1:30 p.m. Learn doomsday ships, spies, tracking how Battery 519 operated during submarines and more. Tours are World War II and see the tremen- for ages 10 and older with a pay- dous progress being made to turn ing adult, cost $3 and are limited it into a world-class museum, to 30 attendees. Reservations Tours begin at the Orientation should be made early. Building in the Fort Miles His- A special program, Mighty toric Area, are for ages 7 and MO's 16-inch Gun, will be held older with a paying adult, and at 2 p.m Saturday, April 5, to are limited to 30 people, $5 per discuss the history of Fort Miles' person. Registration is required. 16-inch gun that was aboard the Gift shop items such as books, USS Missouri the day Japan sur- hats, shirts and a tower night rendered at the end of World light will be available. War II. Plans for the gun will be Battery 519 Lantern Tours will revealed. This program is free for be conducted at 5:30 p.m Satur- ages 10 and older with an adult days, Jan. 11, Feb. 8, and March but limited to 40 guests. 8, and at 7:30 p.m April 12 and Fort Miles: Delaware Goes to May 10. Tour the Fort Miles gun War will be held from 10 a.m. battery by lantern light and learn to 4 p.m Saturday, April 26. Re- how soldiers defended the coast enactors in period uniforms will during World War II. Tours are be throughout the Fort Miles open to ages 10 and older with a Historic Area. Visitors can see paying adult and cost $5. Tours firing demonstrations and corn- are limited to 30 people. Tours bat exercises, and learn about begin at the Orientation Building garrison life during World War II. UD offers ServSafe and Dine Safe starting Feb. 5 ServSafe is a nationally recognized, premier food safety certi- fication from the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation. Class dates for Sussex County are Feb. 5, May 15, and Sept. 10. Arrangements can also be made to conduct training on site. Go to more information or call 302-856-2585, Ext. 542. Open All Year o Dinner Served 7 Nights 5-I0 ,Earlybird 5-6:30 * Prices from 812 Happy Hour 5-6:30 . Banquets & Private Parties Tours of Battery 519 will be con- ducted at a reduced price of $3, and tickets may be purchased the day of the event. Events will be held throughout Memorial Day weekend at Fort Miles. At 4 p.m Friday, May 23, a free artillery demonstration will be conduct- ed. At 10 a,m Saturday, May 24, World War II games for ages 8 to 12 will be offered; cost is $3. At 2 p.m. a Battery 519 tour will be conducted. At 8 p.m a Lantern Tour will be held. At 2 p.m Sun- day, May 25, another Battery 519 tour will be held. Cost for each Battery 519 tour is $5. RON MACARTHUR PHOTO FORT MILES: DELAWARE GOES TO WAR will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m Saturday, April 26. Re-enactors in period uniforms will be throughout the Fort Miles Historic Area. Rehoboth Beach Convention Center Doors open at 2:00 PM Tickets: $25 for an Individual Ticket . $5 for children under 12 Free for all children under 5 Super-Sized HDTV Projection, Large-Screen LCDs Tailgate Food, Soda, Beer & Wine included from 2:30- 8pm Silent Auction, Door Prizes & Raffles For tickets, call: Donna Winegar (302) 226-8750 Phil Allen (302) 226-2230 Advance tickets: A TI Bryandywine Senior Living Physical Therapy (behind Super G) 1 Safeway Plaza, Rte 1 36101 Seaside Blvd Non-perishable food items accepted in support of Casa San Francisco's Food Pantry BiJu . a Pr $5 APPETIZERS ORIGINALS DINING CARD 302-227-3 I00 Robinsons Dr Rehoboth Beach, DE i Fu1 Bank BRANDYWINE BERKSHIRE I GalloRealty NACINTOSH Harry K N. HATHAWAY HomeSen-ices JEWELERS ~ Giant- &Sl S:ne geh t 38163 19971