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The Rehoboth Art League is offering an Inuit activity pack- et for kids, featuring the artwork above, "Proud Mother with 'Son's Catch," by Jamasie Teevee, as part of the new exhibit of native Canadian artwork now showing. Parents are encour- aged to bring their children to see the exhibit, titled 'orth- ern Images." Canadian stead. The hours for the exhibit are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., by coming to the office first, and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Parents are encouraged to bring their children. All children who visit the "Northern Images" ex- hibit will be given free activity packets courtesy of the Rehoboth Art League. Along with this exhibit, the Art League is coordinating with local art teachers to bring school chil- dren to see the exhibit to learn about Inuit and Northwest Coast Canadian life. A teacher packet that includes art, social studies and language arts lessons has been developed and school trips have been scheduled. The Art League will also send its education and outreach coordinator, Shontelle Schmidt, to some local schools. For more information, call the Art League at 227-8408. Continued from page 49 Northwest coast, these native Canadians carved totem poles, masks and ceremonial bowls us- ing a set of powerful repeated im- ages representing family crests, mythological creatures and spiri- tual beings. The league exhibit will include silkscreen prints, using this pow- erful imagery in the typical palette of white, black and red, and cere- monial masks incorporating fur and feathers. For those interested in learning more about Inuit and Northwest Coast art, a gallery talk has been scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 1, at 2 p.m., in the Homestead. The exhibit runs from Jan. 30 through Feb. 28. An opening re- ception will be held Friday, Jan. 30, from 5 to 7 p.m., in the Home- NIGHTLY ENTRIE SPECIALS - 25% OFF! EARLY BIRD PASTA SPECIALS $ A_ 95 Daily From 4 - 6 p.m. D CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 30 - February 5, 1998 - 51 Cloud 9 to host "Twisted Broadway" benefit Feb. 7 Twisted Broadway!, a new two- person musical evening will be on stage at Cloud 9 Restaurant and Bar in Rehoboth Beach on Satur- day, Feb. 7. Twisted Broadway!, produced by Fay J Productions, is a collection of Broadway show tunes, featuring classic numbers as well as some unique words and music - all performed with a twist. Directed by Fay Jacobs, the show stars Dan Herrel and Eric C. Peterson. Peterson, a veteran per- former who hails from Washing- ton, D.C., was last seen locally in Razzle Dazzle at La Rosa Negra Restaurant in Lewes last fall. Her- rel, also from the Washington, D.C., area, has an extensive musi- cal comedy r6sum6 as well. Herrel has a vacation home in Rehoboth and is pleased to perform in this show, which is a benefit perfor- mance for the MCC Building Fund. Twisted Broadway will be on stage for one night only at Cloud 9, with two separate shows. The first show begins at 10 p.m. The dance floor at Cloud 9 will be set up with a new, raised platform to give patrons a clear view of the show. Cloud 9 is located at 234 Rehoboth Avenue. There is a sug- gested donation of $2 for the show; during the evening, a 50/50 raffle will be held with proceeds also benefiting the MCC building fund. For information, call 226- 1999. f REHOBOTH BEACH LONG NECK v r0000ooos r (Long Neck Location Only) . " Carry Outs Welcome $1.00 Nite OpenDaily Buds & Burgers ~ Happy Hour 3 to 7 PM with FREE BUFFET 1/2 Price [ ~ I Appetizer Nite Fish Fry I lb. of Shrimp $9.95 Pitcher of (Rehoboth Location) Beer $8.95 Lunch Buffet (Rehoboth $5.95) Long Neck Deck Friday & Saturday, Jan. 30-31 Vegas & Catfish Friday, Feb. 6 T. T. and the Currie Wayne Train Saturday, Feb. 7 Debbie Lind For more information call 945-8900 RESTAURANT & SALOON DEWEY BEACH, DELAWARE i Sunday thru Thursday- 1/2 Price Entrde Value Menu, starting at 4:30 Prime Rib of Beef just $9.95, including Salad Bar Fridays - All-U-Can-Eat Land & Sea Buffet at 4:30 featuring: Oysters & Clams on the Half Shell, Snow Crab Clusters, Carved Beef & lots morel Saturdays - Enjoy a cozy dinner overlooking Rehoboth Bay Sundays - All-U-Can-Eat Brunch Buffet 10 to 2 p.m. Homemade Custom Omelets - Make it your meal for the day/ iiii!!00i ii!iii i 00iiN !i i! i ) % \\;c. Dickinson Street on the Bay 227-3888