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The Funsters, a well-known local rock and roll group, are slated to perform at the Inaugur- al Ball in honor of Governor Thomas R. Carper and Lieutenant Governor Ruth Ann Minner on 1 Tuesday, Jan. 21 at the Sheraton Conference Center in Dover. The Funsters will also perform I at a benefit concert for the Lewes Little League at the BayCenter in Dewey Beach on Satur- day, Feb. 8. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 10 - January 16, 1997 - 51 Second Street auditions for winter chillerJan. 12, 13 Second Street Players community theatre group has scheduled audi- tions for a stage mystery-thriller, "I'll Be Back Before Midnight;" audi- tion dates arc Sunday, Jan. 12 and Monday, Jan. 13, both at 7 p.m. The cast requires four adult actors; two women, mid-20s to mid-40s; two men, mid-20s to mid-40s. Production dates are March 14, 15, 16, 21, 22 and 23. The play is directed by Pat Erhardt who is looking for an assis- tant director and a stage manager. Also, needed arc set builders and backstage personnel. For information call Erhardt, 424-4227. Auditions are in the Players' Riverfront Theatre, 2 S. Walnut St., Milford. , LEWES FISHHOUSE & PRODUCE t t 30 Highway One * 5 Points, Lewes, Delaware OPEN FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MONDAY RESTAURANT & PUB Visit us at: http://www.lewes.com ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAYS "STARRY NIT PRODUCTIONS" karaoke & D/ SATURDAY, JAN. 11TH "THE MOVIES" SUNDAYS 3-6 EM, FUNCH" WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15TH D.I. ERIC THURSDAYS LINDE frora 9-I elude a Sussex Celebration on Fri- day, Jan. 17, at the Delaware Technical & Community College in Georgetown from 7-9 p.m.; a Celebration of the Delaware Per- forming Arts at the Grand Opera House in Wilmington on Sunday, Jan. 19 from 7-9:30 p.m.; an Ecu- menical Prayer Service at the Presbyterian Church of Dover at 9:30 a.m. and an Inaugural Swear- ing-In at Legislative Hall in Dover at noon on Tuesday, Jan. 21. DINNER SPECIALS 5erved 5 to 9 MONDAY $9.95 Dinner Entrees Includes salad, vegetable & potato (Excludes cnly 4 entrees) TUESDAY $8.95 Fish Entrees WEDNESDAY 112 Price Burgers THURSDAY 25% OFF ALL Entrees Sunday Brunch 11-3 p.m. Dinner Nightly Sun. - Thur. 5-9 Fri.& Sat. ti110 ! 00iegshttahuOr s e nt At Fisherman's Wharf in Lewes. 645-6271 Closed During The Winter On Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday t In the Drawbridge Bar FRIDAYS DJ Capt Joe & 25 Tacos MONDAYS *1 Burgers 4 p.m.-Closing SUNDAYS *2 Bloody Marys augural Ball in honor of Governor Thomas R. Carper and Lieutenant Governor Ruth Ann Minner on Tuesday, Jan. 21 at the Sheraton Conference Center in Dover. Tickets for the event, priced at $25 each, may be obtained in ad- vance by sending a check to the Inaugural '97 Committee and mailed to the Department of State; Townsend Building, Dover, DE 19901. Tickets will also be avail- able at the door. Formed in New York City, the Funsters began as a one-man band that grew to three members, in- cluding current guitarist Greg Mack, his brother Keith Mack, and drummer Ed Shockley. The ensemble then expanded to add a horn section to include a total of seven members, and then eventu- ally as many as nine. The current ensemble is made up of members from three bands, including the Jack of Diamonds, Ace Day and Kick Back. Mem- bers of the Funsters include gui- tarist Greg Mack, keyboardist Tom Houska, drummer Ed Shock- Icy, bassist Dickie Messick, saxist and guitarist Ken Tonge, saxist and guitarist Grier White and trumpet player John Flecther. Mack said membership in the band still changes from time to time, depending on who wants to play at what gig. Occasionally, he said, other members - including guitarist Keith Mack, drummer Mike Shockley, and keyboardist Kenny Martin - will join the group. The Funsters cover rock and roll music from the 60s and 70s, and most recently played at The Rose and Crown in Lewes on New Year's Eve. Mack said the Fun- sters are also planning a benefit concert for the Lewe Little League on Saturday, Feb. 8, from Beach. The event is sponsored by the Friends of Lewes Baseball. Tickets are $10 in advance, and $12 at the door. To order tickets in advance, call 645-7060 evenings. The Funsters are one half of the entertainment planned for the gala. The big band sounds of the Bob Wagner orchestra will also be highlighted at the affair. Dress for the ball is black tie optional. The ball will be the finale to a week of Funsters t perform at Carper's inaugural --/ ball and Friends of Lewes Baseball benefit The Funsters, a well-known Io- 9 p.m. until I a.m. at the Rusty festivities celebrating the inaugu- I Open Tues.-Sun.-12-6:30 644-0708 I cal rock and roll group, willbethe Rudder BayCenter in Dewey ration. Other events planned in- I AIIYearl Fd.&Sat.-11-7 I featured entertainment for the In- BREAKFAST, LUNCH DINNER 7a.m.-9:00p.m. , Fri. and Sat. 7 a.m. 'til 9:00 p.m.