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66 FRIDAY, JANUARY 22- MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 2010 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cal Gazette Now serving beer & spirits! Wednesday, January 27, 2010 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm specials & a of our most popular menu Paynters Mill, Unit 4 Samuel Paynter Blvd. Milton, DE 19968 (3O2) Rehoboth l00rt League winter classes offer creative vari00,.ty The Rehoboth Art League's winter classes offer a variety of opportunities to get out of the house and fight the winter blues with some creative fun. Intro to Surface Design on Textiles will be held from 10 am. to 5 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 23, with local fiber artist Michelle Aquili- no. Students can experiment with painting, printing, stamping and other techniques to create unique fabrics for all their fiber art projects. Children and adults can attend a Let it Snow! Pottery Workshop with Terry Whye Saturdays, Jan. 23 and 30. ParticipantS can fash- ion bowls or tiles and a generous serving platter while learning hand-building slab construction, stenciling, carving and a variety of decorative techniques. Painting in a Non-Representa- tional Style will be taught by lo- cal artist Aina Nergaard-Nam- mack from 9 a.rn. to noon, Mon- day and Tuesday, Jan. 25 and 26. She will instruct on future-objec- tive art, emphasizing shapes and colors. Sign up online at rehoboth- artleague.org or call 227-8408. Briefly )) Line dancing lessons begin Jan. 28 The Indian River Volunteer Fire Co. at Oak Orchard will host line dancing lessons from 7 to 10 p.m., Thursdays beginning Jan. 28. A variety of country and non- country beginners' dances will be taught as well as some more advanced moves. Cost is $10 per person and includes two sodas or bottled water. The event is BYOB; ice will be provided, and soda and juices will be sold. For information, call 947-2699. Lewes Men's Chorus rehearsals to begin The Lewes Men's Chorus will begin rehearsals for its spring concert, "The Fabulous '50s," from 6:45 to 8-30 p.m., each Mon- day in the Bethel United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall downstairs music room, Fourth and Market streets, Lewes. The concert will be held at 7 p.m., Saturday, May 8, in the FeI- lowship Hall. Any men who have a desire to sing are welcome to join. Con- tact Bill Earl, founder of the Lewes Men's Chorus, at 645-5618. i new wines, beers pizzu! 113 market st, lewes 302.645.8877 halffu]llewes.com hours: tue-thu 4-!Op, fri  sat 4p-12a VIEW WEEKLY.SPECIALS KIND L ERES TA URA N T. C O M TUESDAY is LOCALS' NIGHT - BUY ONE ENTRtE, GET $10 OFF A SECOND ENTREE WEDNESDAY 1/2 PRICE BURGERS THURSDAY Is BOV/NE NIGHT - 8oz FILET MIGNON AND A GLASS OF WINE FOR ONLY $25 | t | BANK ST, LEWES, 5,9P MON-THU, 5-lOP FRI & SAT RESERVATIONS 302.645.7887 [lllHIIHilllillm