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. 64 m,DA.JANOAR22-MO.DA.JA.UAR2S. 2010 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT cape Gazette Schoonover Continued from page 63 Lewes during the time, it was painted as such a salty, unique, town - a place time forgot. With those written descriptions, why wouldn't an artist want to come here and paint the streets or a pi- lot's schooner or the lighthouse or the bay? Somewhere in some museum's archive there's proba- bly a sketch of Lewes on the back of a postcard," DiPaolo says. Along with the paintings at the Lewes exhibit will be associated pieces of memorabilia. For instance, a dust jacket for the book Gulliver's Travels ac- companies the original painting. Along with the painting of pirate John Lafitte there's a letter writ- ten by Schoonover about the painting and what's taking place in it. "It's interesting to have these materials together," says DiPao- lo. A video, "Frank Schoonover - The Authentic Artist," will be screened at the Inn at Canal Square in Lewes at 2 p.m., Friday, Feb. 4. DiPaolo says the film has aired on a Public Broadcasting Station affiliate in Pennsylvania but has never been shown in this area. For additional information on the exhibit and hours, contact the Peninsula Gallery, 520 E. Sa- vannah Road, at 645-0551 or the Lewes Historical Society, 110 Shipcarpenter St., at 645-7670. ,lrv Mrs. Delaware Pageant set Jan. 30 in Rehoboth Beach The 2010 Mrs. Delaware Pageant will take place at 6 p.m., Saturda ]an. 30, at the Rehoboth Beach Theatre of the Arts, 20 Baltimore Ave., Rehoboth Beach. Thirteen dynamic married women from around the state will compete for the opportunity to represent the First State in the Mrs. America Pageant and re- ceive a prize package valued at over $5,000. The reigning Mrs. Delaware 2009, Cacia Batts, will be on hand to crown her successor. The winner will spend a year traveling throughout the state making public appearances and supporting charities. The 2010 contestants are: Shana Williams, Mrs. Northern Delaware; Amanda Shepard, Mrs. New Castle County; Tara Greathouse, Mrs. Middletown; Crystal Gode, Mrs. First State; Nancy Evans, Mrs. Sussex Coun- ty; Francine Toliver Edwards, Mrs. Townsend; Shirley Rawley, Mrs. Smyrna; Mary Anne Bryant, Mrs. Newark; Erin Tierney, Mrs. New Castle; Hilary Thompson, Mrs. Diamond State; Tracy Friswell ]acobs, Mrs. Bear;, Lindy Scott, Mrs. Dover;, and Kate God- win, Mrs. Wilmington. Special guests appearing and perform- ing during the pageant finals in- clude pageant emcee WMDT TV's Linda Kurtz, iMiss Delaware 2004; Alyssa Murray, i Possums get set for Neil Simon comedy Possum Point Players' upcom- ing dinner theater performance of Neil Simon's comedy "I Ought to Be in Pictures" will run Fri- days and Saturdays, Jan. 22,.23, 29 and 30 with dinner at 6".30 p.m. and Sundays, Jan. 24 and 31 with dinner at 12".30 p.m. Tickets are now available for $40 by calling the Possum TiCk- etline at 85624560. Directions to Possum Hall are also available at the ticketline number. "I Ought to Be in Pictures" "is produced by arrangement with Samuel French. Delaware's Junior Miss 2010; and local Middle Eastern dancer Alden Angeli. The Mrs. America pageant re- cently celebrated its 33rd an- niversary. The 2009 Mrs. Ameri- ca Pageant was held in Tucson, Adz., in September, where An- drea Robertson of Missouri was crowned Mrs. America. Compe- tition scoring is based on a pri- vate interview with judges, swimsuit and evening gown. Tickets are $25 for adults, $10 for children ages 6-10 and chil- dren under 5 are admitted for free. Tickets will be available at the door. For more information, visit mrsdelawareamerica.com or call 302-228-7741. SERVED SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH & SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 141"11 COMPLETE 4 COURSE MEAL FOR TWO A Bottle of Champagne or Wine Chardonnay, White Zinfandel, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, or Merlot Colossal Shrimp Cocktail on a bed of chiffonade spinach with homemade cocktail sauce Hearts of Romaine Salad drizzled with a light caesar dressing Filet Mignon center cut black angus beef in a classic demi-glace OR Stuffed Lobster Tail 6 oz cold water lobster stuffed with lump crab imperial lq Chocolate Brownie Surprise with r'$spberry coulis $90.00 PER COUPLE ($124 full retail value) **regular a la carte menu also available** EVERY NIGHT 5-6:30 $11.00 $11.00 $11.00 $11.00 Cold Water Lobster Tail .'Fried Oysters Grilled Sirloin Steak Stuffed Jumbo Shrimp CALL FOR OTHER GREAT VALUES!I! PLUS SAMPLE ONE OF THE MOST VARIED GOURMET MENUS AT THE BEACH FOR $5 OFF MENU PRICE!