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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 16 - January 22, 1998 - 63 The Delaware Music School offers a variety of programs for children in Sussex County at a number of locations. DMS offers kindq,,rmusik to Sussex kids Music for the very young can be heard from one end of southern Delaware to the other, thanks to general operating support from the Delaware Division of the Arts and specific program assistance from other organizations such as the Bach Fund, the Brandywiners, the Delaware Foundation for Re- tarded Children, the Gannett Foundation, the Longwood Foun- dation, the City of Milford, the Ruby Vale Foundation, the Sussex County Council, Very Special Arts Delaware and the Wilming- ton Flower Market. Funding from these sources has allowed the Delaware Music School to offer Kindermusik classes to children in many out- reach programs throughout south- ern Delaware. Grants and contributions al- ready fund tuition-free access to public Kindermusik classes for children with special needs, plus classes for Milford and Laverty Lane Headstart programs, Felton Even Start/Family Literacy, Primeros Pasos Daycare Center in Georgetown, and the Rehoboth Elementary Pre-Kindergarten. Classes are planned for the Bridgeville Headstart, the Charl- ton School, the Kent County Community School, the Lewes Consortium and the Seaford school district's Developmentally Delayed three-year-olds to be up and running by the spring of 1998. The Delaware Music School's Kindermusik program began six years ago. It was offered to children ages 18 months through 3 years in the company of a parent or caregiver. The program now has its own coordinator, "Miss Debbie" Kee, and a busy teaching staff, includ- ing Kee, Tracy Fennell and Jerri- Lynn Patriquin. There are close to 200 participants. Kinder-kinds now range in age from 18 months to 10 years in "Kindermusik Beginnings," "Tunes and Tumbles, Tappin' and Clappin'," and "Kids Korale." The program emphasizes the importance of music for the entire family, as parents and caregivers are an integral part of each pro- gram. For more information, call the Delaware Music School at 422- 2043. Aunt l-l00i)L LY' S RESTAURANT FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER BUFFET. Adult $9.95 Kids $1.00 SUNDAY NIGHT DINNER BUFFET. Adults $9.95 Kids $1.00 $5.95 DINNER SPECIALS MONDAY - FRIDAY Different Specials Every Day of the Week! $3.95 LUNCH SPECIALS Soup / Sandwich / Coffee OR Soup / Salad / Coffee Breakfast Everyday 'Til 2 p.m. Carry-Outs Available Open Daily Sun.-Thur. 7-7 Fri. & Sat. 7-9 MIDWAY SHOPPING CENTER 4578 Highway One Rehoboth Beach -- 302-645-7705 -- / t / / ';'Your Ticket To A Perfect Evening" Located just steps from: Atlantic Theaters" Midway Palace Theatre Prompt, courteous service, delicious food and a friendly atmosphere. I Lunch Specials [ 2 Dinner Favorites I I Over 75 Selections [1 11:00- 2:00 p.m. Mon.-Fri. / Jumbo Maryland Lump I I Of Wine 1 / Crabmeat w/our House I I Pasta Of The Day-$5 / Specialty Red Sauce I I no Sewed By [ Manicotti Of__The Vay-$___6 [ _ I I The Glass j 644-9005 Midway Shopping Plaza Rehoboth Route One Hours: Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday & Saturday 11 a,m. to 10 p.m.