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7.~ FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 - MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2014 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette CAMP CHORUS TO HIGHLIGHT THE '50S AND '60S Entries sought by Feb. 8 for Teen Love Poem Contest The South Coastal Library invites teens ages 13-18 to enter the 10th Annual Teen Love Poem Contest. Teens are challenged to design, write and d4corate their own original love poems as if they were on greeting cards. Poems must be submitted to the South Coastal Library with entry forms by 3 p.m Satur- day, Feb. 8. Prizes, including a $50 Tanger Outlets gift card, will be awarded for the three best overall poems, judged on the combination of artwork and poem composition. Winners will be announced Friday, Feb. 14, and they will be displayed in the library until the end of February. Entry forms can be found on- line at www.southcoastal.lib. de.us or by visiting the Teen Room of the South Coastal Li- brary. For more information, call Bernadette Hemingway at 302-539-5231. Antipasto Salami, Capicola, Olives, Artichoke, Roasted Peppers, Buffalo Mozzarella, Dried Fruit SUBMITTEDPHOTO THE CAMP REHOBOTH CHORUS with David Zipse on piano, Dave Schiff on sax and clarinet, George Freeman on bass, Ken Schleiffer on drums and Rosann Mattei on electric guitar, adds up to an exciting musical experience. :Directed by Doug Yetter, the chorus will present two performances of "Oh What a Night Back to the '50s and 'bOs" with a 2 p.m. matinee and a 7 p.m. show Saturday, Feb. 8. Both shows take place at Epworth United Method- ist Church in Rehoboth Beach, and ASL interpretation will be provided. The concert features many doo-wop, soft rock, early Motown, surf vocals and other hits popular in a bygone era by groundbreaking groups like The Jersey Boys, Danny and the Juniors, Fats Domino, the Chordettes, and the Ma- mas and the Papas. Tickets are available for $20 through CAMP Rehoboth by calling 302-227-5620, or at camprehoboth.com. Last year's concert was sold out before the doors opened, so reserve a seat soon. Smiles are contagious as Doug Yetter directs the CAMP Rehoboth Chorus in a rehearsal for a Feb. 8 perfor- mance of "Oh, What a Night Back to the '50s and '60s." Division of Arts announces 2014 lowship was Visual Arts. The discipline category rotates every three years, and only artists who I ividual Artist Fellowship grants have previously won in the Es- tablished category are eligible The Delaware Division of the The work of 115 applicants to apply. In addition to the high Airs has announced the fiscal was judged by arts professionals artistic quality of their work, artists must demonstrate their year 2014 winners of its Indi- from around the country. The vidual Artist Fellowship grants, artists receive financial awards involvement and commitment to Se centeen individual Delaware of $3,000 for the Emerging cat- the arts in Delaware. This year's artists are being recognized for egory, $6,000 for the Established winner of the Masters Fellowship the high quality of their artwork category, and $10,000 for the is Carson Zullinger of Wilming- in the visual arts, literature, mu- Masters level, allowing them to ton in photography. sic, choreography, and folk arts. pursue advanced training, pur- Cape Region 2014 Individual Artist Fellows include Maribeth Artists were selected from chase equipment and materials, towns throughout the state in- or fulfill other needs that allow Fischer of Lewes, who received a $3,000 grant in the Emerging eluding Seaford, Bridgeville, them to advance their careers. Lewes, Milford, Dover, New The public will have an opportu- Artist category for her discipline of creative nonfiction, and Geor- Castle, Newark, and Wilmington. nity to see the varied artwork by Their work ranged from paint- these artists, as they are required gia Leonhart of Rehoboth Beach, who received honorable men- ing and sculpture to poetry and to have a public exhibit or perfor- tion, also for creative nonfiction. choreography, mance showcasing their work in The next deadline for Individ- the upcoming year. More information: This year, the arts discipline ualArtist Fellowship applications arl del,org category for the Masters Fel- is Aug. 1. Find out more at www. artsdel.org. Barkfest Continued from page 70 four categories of compe- tition are Formal Wear, Leisure Wear, Companion Look Alike Kids Freestyle, open only to children. Registration takes place at P.U.P.S. at 117 Second St. Register from noon to 1:30 p.m. the day of the event in front of Citizens Bank. The registration entry donation is $5 and benefits the Georgetown SPCA. All con- testants must be on-site no later than 1:30 p.m. to receive their entry numbers. Contestants will line up with their owners at 1:45 p.m. behind Citizens Bank. This year, very special shelter dogs will be at the event to show their unconditional love and look for their forever homes. For more information about the event, contact the Lewes Chamber of Commerce at 302- 645-8073. 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