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52 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 17 - January 23, 1997 Volunteers sought for Second Annual Cape Henlopen Arts Festival The second annual Cape Hen- lopen Arts Festival, to take place on Saturday, March 22, from I0 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Cape Henlopen High School, promises to offer a wide array of activities of interest not only to school aged children but to their families and the com- munity at large. The event, a fund-raiser spon- sored by the Cape Henlopen Arts Alliance, will feature children's art exhibits, performances by pro- fessional and aspiring musicians, professional fine art and craft demonstrations by local artisans, theater and dance demonstrations, interactive arts activities for chil- dren, a Chinese auction of arts and gifts, food and fun. Two perfor- mances of "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown," performed by the Cape Henlopen High School Thespians at 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. will also be included. The festival was arranged to serve as a fund-raiser and to foster awareness of the importance of the arts in the lives of our children and members of the greater com- munity. Proceeds from the event will be used to provide supple- OPEN THURS - SUN 11:30 A.M- 10: 0 P.M. Delaware Nature Center offers children Registration is now underway for winter programs at Abbott's Mill Nature Center. Coming soon are the following programs: Animals in Winter Series (Ages 1 1/2 to 2 1/2). During this three-part series, participants are introduced to a few of Delaware's mammals and birds. They will learn about the animals' winter homes and the unique traits that help them survive. Sign up for one or all three classes. Session B - What's for Lunch? - Tuesday, Jan. 21, 10 - 11 a.m. Session C - For the Birds! - Tuesday, Jan. 28, 10 - 11 a.m. Winter Watch Series (Ages 3 to 5). How do pines keep their nee- dles and how do the animals that stay around find food? Discover the answers as participants ex- plore Abbott's Mill's woods dur- ing these two sessions; sign up for one or both. Session A - Plants in Winter - Wednesday, Jan. 22, 1 - 2 p.m. Session B - Animals in Winter - Wednesday, Feb. 5, 1 - 2 p.m. 's programs Wildlife Feeders (Ages 9-12) Participants will wield a hammer, grind some suet and nibble on doughnuts as a squirrel feeder and several styles of bird feeders are constructed for the backyard. Animal Tracks (Ages 9-12) Come to Abbott's Mill and search for tracks left by raccoons, deer, opossums, and squirrels. Partici- pants will make plaster casts of tracks found along the stream and in the woods and fields. Saturday, Jan. 25, 9 - 11 a.m. Patchwork Designed by Nature (Teens and Adults) Beat mid-win- ter blahs by enrolling in the patch- work class. Learn how to combine stylized natural designs like lilies, starry night-time skies, and au- tumn leaves with strip quilting techniques to produce large and small projects. Saturday, Jan. 25, 1 - 4 p.m. Pre-registration is required for all classes. Call Abbott's Mill Na- ture Center at 422-0847 for more details about the programs and for registration information. KSI to host toy show slated Jan. 25 Kent-Sussex Industries will host the fifth annual Blue Hen Farm Toy Show on Saturday, Jan. 25 from 9 a,m to 12 noon. Dealers will be sell- ing new and antique farm toys including tractors and other farm imple- ments as well as unique items like classic tractor playing cards. Door prizes will be awarded every half-hour. Proceeds benefit KSI. mentary arts programming in Cape Henlopen district schools. Beyond attending the festival, community members can help in the effort to raise these important funds in several ways: Local artisans are being sought to demonstrate their craft during the event (contact Pisha Eliason, 645-0362); business and private donations of goods/services are needed for the Chinese auction (contact Gall Mack, 645-5666); each district's PTA is seeking vol- unteers to man activity booths (contact Bonnie Miller, 645- 4963); and volunteers are needed for other aspects of the festival as well (contact Chris King, 645- 7275). Individuals or businesses can make monetary donations di- rectly to the arts programming fund by contacting Chris King at 645-7275. Admission to the festival is free of charge. 1 Waterfront , Angler's Road Lewes Harbor 645-6888 HAPPY HOUR + MUNCHIES A T THE BAR 4:00 - ? BRUNCHIt REG. MENU- 11:30 A.M. 2:30 P.M. . 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