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1998 Delaware Calendar of Events now available through tourism office Where _do&apos;you find out what there is to do in your town or at the other end of Delaware? The "1998 Delaware Calendar of Events." Determine when a fa- vorite event is scheduled for the coming year or look for some- thing new to experience. The theme for this year's calen- dar is "A Journey Through Amer- ica's Past:' As the first state, Delaware's strong tradition and proud her- itage are evident in the many festi- vals and events celebrated throughout the state. From colonial to maritime, agri- cultural to industrial, Delaware's history is as diverse as the activi- ties highlighted in the "1998 Cal- endar of Events." The calendar, compiled by the Delaware Tourism Office, pro- vides information on gallery exhi- bitions, theatre and musical per- formances, historical demonstra- tions, children's events and major craft shows, fairs and festivals. In addition, special sections cover major annual events, seasonal ac- tivities and information on specta- tor sports and Delaware's state parks. The annual calendar of events is one of the Delaware Tourism Of- fice's most requested pieces of travel information. More than 75,000 copies will be distributed to potential visitors, travel publi- cations, information centers and other members of the travel indus- try across the country. To request a copy of the calen- dar, call 800-441-8846 or access the information on the Internet through "Delaware Direct," a pub- lication of Modern Press, at <www.deldirect.com>. DSO offers Lollipop The Delaware Symphony Or- chestra (DSO) will offer a humor- ous yet enlightening combination of evocative music, storytelling and a unique display of dinosaur conductors during the sympho- ny's Lollipop Family Concerts, Jan. 21 and Feb. 7. Symphonasaurus, a dinosaur symphony, is a show that takes kids on a trip back in time to learn about these prehistoric creatures - while entertaining and exposing them to live classical music. In the guise of a variety of singing, danc- ing dinosaurs in costumes, tour guide Slim Goodbody will lead the presentation. The DSO's In- strument Petting Zoo will also re- turn this year to educate children with a hands-on perspective of the instruments in the orchestra. The program is targeted to children, Family Concerts Jan. 31, Feb. 7 ages 4 to 12. The Lollipop concerts will take place on Saturday, Jan. 31 at the Grand Opera House in Wilming- ton and on Saturday, Feb. 7, at Delaware State University in Dover. The Instrument Petting Zoo will begin at 1:30 p.m.; tl{e concert will follow at 2:30 p.m. Single ticket prices are $3 for chil- dren and $5 for adults, and may be purchased by calling the Grand box office at 1-800-37-GRAND. Slim Goodbody, the costumed character developed 17 years ago to teach children about their bod- ies, is the creation and alter ego of multitalented performer John Bumstein, who has given live and televised performances across the United States, in Canada and Japan. As Delaware's only fully pro- fessional orchestra, the Delaware Symphony Orchestra presents more than 90 classical, pops, chamber, family and educational performances each season from October through May, reaching more than 60,000 people in New Castle, Kent and Sussex counties, as well as the surrounding com- munities. Friday. January 16 SEAF00PI00UFFET ta00,pi).a ' Seafood Restaurant N CHILLED SEAFOOD Oysters Half Shell • Clams Half Shell Steamed Shrimp • Seafood and Pasta Salad HOT SEAFOOD Crab Bisque • Baked Oysters • Clams Casino • Fried Oysters Steamed Snow Crab Legs • Saut4ed Mussels • Baked Whole Rockfish • Crab Cakes • Seafood Saut6 • MEDITERRANEAN TABLE Bruschetta with Roasted Eggplant • Cheese Board Marinated Mushrooms • Fresh Mozzarella and Tomato Salad MEATS Carved Roast Prime Rib of Beef • BBQ Hickory Smoked Spare Ribs Grilled Turkey Breast VEGETABLES Caesar Salad Bowl ° Red Potatoes Fresh Vegetable • Macaroni and Cheese DESSERT Ice Cream Sundae Bar • Belgian Waffles • Assorted Desserts $22.95 person (children under ten $12.95) L,00mp Poe) Restaurant ’ 4534 Hwy. One at Rt. 24 Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinfier 7 Days, Year Round (302) 645-9132 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 16 - January 22, 1998 - 71 I998 The "1998 Delaware Calendar of Events" is now available from the tourism office. GOURMET PIZZA • WOOD FIRED ROTISSERIE . BAR PLAYING FROM 9:00 PM - 1:00 AM Sunday, Jan. 25th - SUPER BOWL PARTY 5:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m. ,. ,:ooo .o,s o,: 50"s ,: 1551 Savannah Road, Lewes, DE • (302) 645-1957