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February 3, 1995

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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February 3 - February 9, 1995.33 Woodruff exhibits at Millsboro Public Library Franklin "Woody" Woodruff of Seaford is exhibiting his acrylics, watercolors and pen and ink draw- ings for the Millsboro Art League at the Millsboro Public Library through the month of February. Woodruff has pursued his joy of painting for some 47 years, having moved to Seaford from Long Is- land, N.Y., and is now capturing the scenes of Delmarva. Coun- tryscapes and seascapes are his principle subjects, with an occa- sional unique subject or angle of a commonly known location or sub- ject rounding out his repertoire. Currently working on a limited edition series of prints of Delaware lighthouses, Woodruff has exhibited at many shows, in- cluding Rehoboth Art League, where he is a member. He is also Franklin "Woody" Woodruff is exhibiting his paintings at the Millsboro Public Library through the month of February. a member of the Delaware State Arts Council, Sussex County Arts Council, and is past president of the Wicomico County Art League. His work can be found in many private collections in Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey. Reservations Suggested 108 2nd St., Lewes, DE 645-2373 Bus trip set to Baltimore Craft Fair Feb. 25 driver gratuity and a snack. Those interested in attending should call 856-5421 by Friday, Feb. 3. " ill: "The Inn That Was In Before Inns Were In" Casual Elegance and off Season Serenity All Year Long THE CORNER CUPBOARD INN 50 PARK AVENUE REHOBOTH BEACH, DE 19971 TELEPHONE 302-227-8553 Sussex County Arts Council will sponsor a bus trip to the Balti- more Craft Fair on Saturday, Feb. 25. This event, sponsored by the American Craft Council, is one of America's most highly regarded craft shows. Attending the fair provides the general public and artists alike the opportunity to see and purchase contemporary works by carefully selected professional crafts people. The Baltimore Craft Fair is held in Baltimore Convention Center adjacent to The Harborplace. Lunch will be available at the fair or Harborplace or a lunch may be brought along. The bus leaves Sussex Central High School, Georgetown, at 7:45 a.m., picking up in Bridgeville at 8:10 a.m. and arriving in Balti- more at 10 a.m. The return to Georgetown is at 6:45 p.m., with no dinner stop. The cost of the trip is $28 for arts council members and $33 for non-members, including trans- )ortation, admission to the fair, Restaurant & Bar 227-1547 NOW DELIVERING 10 N. First St. Rehoboth LUNCH NIGHTLY MON. - TUES. - WED. - THURS. - SPECIALS 5.10 P.M. 1/2 Price Appetizers All EntreEs $8.00 House Chicken Sandwich 1/2 Price Buy one chicken item get one for 1/2 price CHECK OUT OUR NEW FIREPLACE Big Band society plans sweetheart Dance Feb. 11 at Elks Lodge The Big Band Society of Del- Henlopen Elks Lodge, Rt. 23 near are $15 per couple. Tickets are marva presents its Sweetheart Five Points in Lewes. Return to limited and must be purchased in Dance from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. on the Big Band era with the music of advance. For tickets and informa- Saturday, Feb. 11 at the Cape Don Howard's Band. Donations tion, call Madge at 227-1870. ~ Monday ,,, Any Dinner Entr6e *9.95, includes salad, vegetable b starch ~ Tuesday - *8.95 Fish Entrees ,-, Wednesday .-, Price Burgers ,,, Thursday ,,, 30% off All Dinner Entr&es Join us at the Rose & Crown for a unique dining experience in a cozy pub atmosphere. We feature authentic English fare, Fresh Seafood, Beef & Homemade Desserts. VOTED BEST BEER SELECTION Delaware Today Magazine , Killian's Red John Courage Harp Watneys Bass Ale Guiness Stout Whitbread New Castle Brown Ale (All Available On Tap) Saturday, February 4 "Fatback Blues" t* ,o o* o **,*.0o****o o*o*o Wednesday, February 8 Live Entertainment ,***,,o, ,, ...** Friday Nights "Kara0ke" ** ,o*.*,....0 .*..0..0....,.........** Sundays 3 to 6 "Funch" Tuesday, February 14, 5th Annual Rusty Rudder/WZBH VALENTINE'S DAY BLUES BALL at the BayCenter Appearing are the Blues Gems and the Hurricanes SPECIAL GUEST: LITTLE BROTHER {comprised of former members of the Kingpins) Doors open at 8 P.M. NO COVER DON'T FORGET TO TREAT YOUR SWEETHEART TO 1/2 PRICE ENTREES AT THE RUSTY RUDDER SERVED 4:30 to 9 P.M. RESTAURANT & SALOON DEWEY BEACH, DELAWARE Dickinson St. The Bay