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32 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February 3 - February 9, 1995 t'y/leiVll2 PRICE VV00to WINGS Try 'ell-;toOU'sllullclO;em! ALL DAY Ask about our Party Trays. THURSDAYS Open Thursday 12 to 9, Friday & Saturday 12 to 11, Sunday 12 to 8 Students from Shields and H.O. Brittingham elementary schools are among those who will attend performances of "The Little Prince" in February, sponsored by the Sussex County Arts Council. The musical is produced by Theatreworks USA. Sussex Arts Council presents "The L ttle Prince" for Sussex students Sussex County Arts Council will present a number of perfor- mances of a Theatreworks USA production of "The Little Prince," Feb. 6-10, in the Delaware Tech Theater, Georgetown for Sussex County kindergarten through third grade students. Students from Shields Elemen- tary School and H.O. Brittingham elementary schools are among those attending. "The Little Prince" is a one hour musical flight of fancy adapted from the book by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. In the play, a little prince leaves his tiny planet and his beloved rose to search for the secret of what is really important. Along his journey he encounters an array of colorful characters who teach him about selfishness and true love. At his journey's end, he discovers that the some- thing he was searching for was the very thing he left behind. Theatreworks USA is Ameri- ca's largest producer of theater for young audiences, creating shows that entertain, educate and convey ethical and thought-provoking messages. Based in New York City, the company has presented more than 30,000 performances to over 24 million people in 49 states since in formed in 1961. Nearly 4,000 children from Sus- sex will attend "The Little Prince" with their classes. The council's very successful children's pro- gram grows more popular each year with teachers, students and parents. For more information contact the arts council at 856- 5421. ' ls. taurant Now Open Daily For Lunch Monday thru Friday 11:30 to 3:00 Dinner Served Daily From 5 to 10 Midway Shopping Center (next to Midway Theater) Route I between Rehoboth & Lewes. 645-9355 Sir Boyce's Restaurant & Pub Rt. 1 & 31 Robitmon Drive Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 227-8600 9. [ s89. Lunch Specials Dinner Specials (Includes soup & Beverage} (lneaudes soup Daily Happy Hour 4 - 7 p.m. - Bar Spee/ - FIREPLACE" CLOSED MONDAYS 207 Rehoboth Avenue 227-1986 The Return of the 1/2 Price Sizzling Fajitas -*" Beef chicken, shrimp or combo Dinner Served Every Night from 5 to I0 LUNCH-- Sat. & Sun. Noon-5 Happy Hour 5-7 Nightly Great Margaritas! VALENTINE'S DAY 24 Hours of Greatest .0ve Hits Tired )f all the talk? Switch to AM 900 Featuring The Stars! The Beach Boys Jr Tony Bennett Jr Glen Campbell Jr Ray Charles Jr Patsy Cline Jr Nat King Cole Jr Neil Diamond Jr Crystal Gayle Jr Englebert Humperdink Jr Carole King Jr Melissa Manchester Jr Henry Mancini Jr Barry Manilow Jr Johnny Mathis Jr Glenn Miller Jr Anne Murray Jr Olivia Newton John Jr Roy Orbi- son Jr Patti Page Jr Helen Reddy Carly Simon Jr Frank Sinatra Jr Barbra Streisand Jr James Taylor Jr BJ Thomas Jr Bobby Vinton Jr Dionne Warwick Jr Andy Williams Jr Stevie Wonder Jr Elvi.s Presley Jr Charlie Rich Jr The Righteous Brothers Jr Kenny Rogers Jr Linda Ronstadt Jr Diana Ross Jr Simon & Garfunkle Jr PLAYING ORIGINAL HITS FROM THE LAST 6 DECADES ONLY ON WSSR AM 900