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Se00ord Community Concert Series presentsshow Feb00 6 The Seaford Community Con- cert Association will present "The Bill Horn Keyboard and Comedy ...... ..... Show" for its second performance lk of the season, on Friday, Feb. 6, at i 8 p.m., at the Seaford High School 5 auditorium. . Horn will provide an evening of  entertainment, combining a mix of keyboards and special effects into a unique, interactive show. From popular classics from the  '40s and '50s through the '90s, to IIl country and rock and roll, there  will be music for all tastes. i Admission to all concerts in the : series is through membership on- ly. Future performances are "For- ever Plaid," on March 7, and on ,, . ,, PP Vancouver Wind Trio, on May stage in the Seaford Commu- 8. For more information, call Mar- nity Concert Series on Fri- ian Barr at 645-6817. day, Feb. 6. . Land and Sea Lecture Series kicks off Feb. 6 in Lewes The University of Delaware's 13th annual Land and Sea Lecture Series will open Friday, Feb. 6, with a talk by Raymond Callahan, associate dean of the UD College of Arts and Sciences. Callahan's topic is "Why Re- member Churchill?" He will speak at 10 a.m. in the Virden Center, 700 Pil0ttown Rd., Lewes, and again at 2 p.m. in the Methodist Manor House, 100 Middleford Rd., Seaford. Should Winston Churchill, dead for a. generation, be remembered as a colorful champion of a dying empire, the master of a florid and now-defunct oratorical style or as the grandfather of modern "covert action" agencies? Callahan asserts that he is all three and more -the ,ery embodiment of the proposi- don that history is made by peo- ple. Other talks in the lecture series, designed to bring engaging speak- ers to southern Delaware, include "Thomas Garrett - A Delawarean Who Made a Difference," by Scott Mason, assistant director of the UD student centers, on Friday, Feb. 13; "Delaware on the Brink of a New Millennium: Where Are We and Where Are We Going?" by Edward C. Ratledge, director of the UD Center for Applied De- mography and Survey Research; and "The Jury Under Attack" by Valerie P. Hans, professor of criminal justico and psychology. The series is sponsored by the UD Office of Alumni and Univer- sity Relations. For more informa- tion, call 855-1620. Ad Hoc Touring Company announces February schedule The Ad Hoc Touring Company, an informal group devoted to de- veloping and improving their script reading and acting skills, will read and discuss Moliere's "Tartuffe" during its February meetings at Possum Point Hall in Georgetown. Scripts will be avail- able and distributed randomly to those willing to read. The Ad Hoc Touring Company meets on the first Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month under the sponsorship of the Pos- sum Point Players in the Green Room at the theater, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Membership is open to the pub- lic, who are invited to participate as readers or as observers. No ex- perience is necessary. The group offers a variety of reader theater productions to non- profit organizations at no charge. For more information, call 856- 3460 or 945-4973. CAPE GAZETI'E, Friday, January 30 - February 5, 1998 - 61 q/ia/Oa./V i!iii!!!ii!!iiiiiii iliiiiii ii ii iiil  iii!! i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiii