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50 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 10 - January 16, 1997 Find a cure for cabin fever at Cape State Park Has winter gotten the best of you? Looking for something to get you out of the house? Look no further than these upcoming pro- grams offered by the Seaside Na- ture Center at Cape Henlopen State Park: World War II Comes to Cape Henlopen. Saturday, Jan. 18 at 2 p.m. In the spring of 1941, the dunes at Cape Henlopen were invaded. Not by enemy forces, but by engineers and construction crews under the watchful eye of the U.S. Armed Forces. They con- structed mighty coastal defense works that would come to be called Fort Miles. Join volunteer Eric Pearson for his popular program and learn more about Fort Miles, Cape Hen- lopen Light House, the Delaware breakwaters and more. Winter birds, Beautiful Bats. Sunday, Jan. 19 at 2 p.m. Explore the fascinat- ing world of one of the world's most misunderstood mammals as you learn about these beneficial insectivores. Learn about their amazing echolocation, their role as pollina- tors and their ability to devour hundreds of harmful insects on their nocturnal feeding frenzies. Birdwatching. Wednesday, Jan. 22 at 8 a.m. Leave from the Nature Center and travel to Indian River Inlet in search of loons, wa- terfowl and gulls. If time allows, a walk along Burton's Island Trail in search of raptors, shorebirds and songbirds will be included. The group is lim- ited to 12, and pre-registration is required. A fee of $3 per person will be charged. Full Moon Ramble. Thurs- day, Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. Take a noc- turnal stroll beneath a wintry moon along one of the Park's many trails to discover the world of nature after dark. Legends and folklore about the full moon will also be discussed. The walk is limited to 25 persons, and pre-reg- istration is required. A $1 fee will be charged. Secret Lives of Seashells. Saturday, Jan. 25 at 2 p.m. Take a guided walk on the bay beach in search of shells and discover the hidden world of the animals that inhabit them. Participants should dress for the weather and wear comfortable, waterproof footwear. For more information on any of these programs, contact the Sea- side Nature Center at 645-6852. woods are Cape Henlopen State Park topics for this weekend Winter can be a trying time for transportation to the refuge is pro- people and wildlife but it is a won- derful time to explore the world of nature. Low temperatures, ice and snow, and shortages of food test the survival strategies of pbints and animals. Join the staff of the Seaside Nature Center at Cape Heniopen State Park and discover how local plants and animals deal with winter. Winter Birds of the Delaware Bay, offered Saturday, Jan. 11, will take participants to Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge in search of waterfowl, hawks, ea- gles and other winter birds. Van vided and leaves the Center at 8 a.m. The group size is limited to 12, and pre-registration is re- quired. There is a fee of $5 per person. Participants are urged to pack a bag lunch and something warm to drink, bring binoculars and field guides and dress warmly. The van will return to the Seaside Nature Center around 2 p.m. Walk in the Winter Woods on Sunday, Jan. 12 at 2 p.m. Nature Center staff will lead a guided walk on one of Cape Henlopen State Park's many hiking trails. VFW #7447 pork 'n' sauerkraut dinner Jan. 17 V.F.W. Post # 7447, located on State Road in Rehoboth will sponsor a pork and sauerkraut dinner, including mashed potatoes, apple sauce, rolls, coffee and dessert on Saturday, Jan. 17 from 5 to 8 p.m. The cost for the dinner is $6. Take-out dinners will be available. Along the way we will discuss the plants and animals encountered along the way and how they cope with the rigors of the winter sea- son. Participants should dress for the weather and wear comfortable, waterproof footwear. For more information, call the Center at 645-6852. 115 Holiday leftovers starting to taste like a broken record? Then get to Grotto Pizza! Rehoboth Dewey- Bethany. Lewes Long Neck Newark Wilmington EARLY BIRD MENU $12.95 Grilled Lamb Chops Twn lamb chops, grilled to d mint jeny. Wine suti0n: ppeddge Capemet Sauvignon 3.25 ass Grilled Fork Loin an aack cr cream and sa wild mushrooms. Wine suggeslim:  Chardonnay 3.25 glass entrees are served with a field green garden salad, fresh vegetable and chef's choice of starch) Monday thru Saturday 5:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M. ALL NIGHT SUNDAY Steak and Cake A center-cut New York St steak cooked to your specif'alions, coupled with a broiled jumbo lump crab cake. Wine sueslJon: dd9e Pinot Noir 3.25 glass Flounder Vlctorla's Filet of Ronnder stuffed with shrimp imperial, baked until golden brown. Wine suggestion: Copperidge White 71nfaedel 3.25 ass Style, Grace, Sophistication Fresh Baked Breakfast Croissants Creole Sea Scallops Cream of Crab Soup Why go anywhere else when you can dine at Victoria's? "Where the only thing we overlook is the ocean." Full Children's Menu for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Stuffed Oysters New York Strip Steak and several other delectable selections Inthe Four Diamond Boardwalk Plaza Hotel Olive Ave & The Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach 227615 Restaurant