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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, JANUARY 22- MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 2010 7S Revolutionary Delaware opens at Milton Historical Society On display through Saturday, April 3 By Kevin Spence kspence@capegazette.com the American Revolution," said retired public archivist Russ Mc- Cabe. "This is a long-awaited oppor- tunity to show this tremendous collection. We pulled stuff off the shelves nobody's seen in years," he said. Many residents may not be aware that Delaware once had the largest battalion of citizen soldiers in the Continental Army. During the late 1770s, the British army often raided Sussex farms to provide sustenance for its sol- diers. Women and children left behind during the Revolutionary War ran households too and their efforts are featured on large displays in the exhibition run- ning until Apr. 3, said Milton His- torical Society Executive Direc- tor Melinda Huff. Hand-written lists of the names of Delaware's Revolution- ary War soldiers are on display at the Milton Historical Society, which is hosting Revolutionary Delaware. In a joint exhibition with Delaware Public Archives - in- cluding items on loan from the Lewes Historical Society - Revo- lutionary Delaware displays doc- uments and artifacts about every day life in 18th century Sussex County. "Most think it's just Cae- sar Rodney, when they think of return Jan. 23 dinner show depth. Drinks and gratuities are not included. Reservations for the Dinner and a Movie package can be made by calling the Milton The- atre at 684-3400, Package seating is limited to 60 guests. Just com. ingto the movie? Doors open at 6:15 p.m. for the movie at 7 p.m. with concessions and bar service available. Admission is $5 for adults and $2 for children 12 and under. Movies in Milton to with 'Up' screening, A special kickoff celebration for Movies in Milton, a new weekly movie schedule, is hap- pening Saturday, Jan. 23, with a Dinner and a Movie package for $20 per person. A special menu will be provided by Milton's Irisl'] Eyes, which includes a three- course dinner and movie ticket for a showing of "Up," an excit- ing, hilarious and heartfelt ad- venture impeccably crafted by Pixar and told with wit and KFVIN SPENCE PHOTO ABOUT 1OO PEOPLE gathered at Milton's Lydia B. Cannon Museum for the opening of the exhibit Revolutionary Delaware, Friday, Jan. 15. Shown are (I-r) retired public archivist Russ McCabe, new society board member Mary Schwanky, Milton His- torical Society Executive Director Melinda Huff and Brenda Hughes, wife of president of the board, Denny Hughes. The Movies in Milton sched- ule will include recently released prize-winning movies and inde- pendent movies chosen by local movie buffs to be shown every Wednesday evening at 7".30 pan. followed by a matinee showing at 2 p.m. each Sunday unless there is a play scheduled for that date. Movies will be suspended from Memorial Day to Labor Day during Milton's popular Summer Concerts in the Park se- ries. The theatre now has profes- sional state-of-the-art equip: ment, compliments of the Irish Eyes Restaurant organization Continued on page 76 Have a 3 Hour Gold Party and earn up to $500! Call 302-827-3007 today. Never have to worry about sealing granite again/ CleanSeal - each time you clean your countertop, it is sealed. CleanSeal is PH neutral, will not harm the color of your granite. CleanSeal is streak free. CleanSeal is only at New Kitchens, Inc. on Route 24. CleanSeal - 24 oz.Spray bottle for $12, introductory offer. NEW KITCHENS, INC. 644-9006 10 to 4pm, 5 days per