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t Take, II Drama Club presen00 'Dancing at Lughnasa' Feb. 17-1 8 The Centre for Visual and Performing Arts at Sussex Central High School will present Brian Friel's "Dancing at Lughnasa" at 7 p.m., Friday, Feb. 17 and Saturday, Feb. 18, at Sussex Central High School in Georgetown. This dark Irish play takes place in Donegal, Ireland, in 1936. It is a memory play depicting the lives of eight different characters as they struggle with economic prob- lems, coping with the past and learning to accept the present. Despite all their differences, each character finds some joy in the pagan, dance-inducing radio. The production is being direct- ed by Sussex Central Senior Elizabeth Stacey, one of the only students to ever direct a full- length, fully produced show at Sussex Central. Stacey will be attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln this fall to pur- sue a degree in directing, stage management and dramaturgy. Performances are $7 for adults, $5 for seniors and $2 for students with a valid ID. Tickets can be purchased at the box office on the evenings of the performances. Chicken fest moves to Snow Hill, Md. June 23-24 For the first time in the event's 57-year history, the Delmarva Chicken Festival will be held in historic Snow Hill, Md. The festi- val, hosted by the town of Snow Hill, will take place on June 23 and 24 at Byrd Park along the Pocomoke River in downtown Snow Hill. Ron Brittingham, a retired Snow Hill businessman and well known local auctioneer, will chair the annual salute to Delmarva's chicken industry. Assisting Brittingham in coor- dinating the festival is Kathy Fisher, director of the Furnace Town Living Heritage Museum near Snow Hill. Brittingham and Fisher are leading a committee of communi- ty volunteers that is planning an exciting two-day schedule of fam- ily entertainment featuring the festival's trademark 10-foot giant fry pan, a variety of other food concessions, an arts and crafts show, home and trade show, musi- cal entertainment, and children's rides and games. There will be educational dis- plays related to chicken, fun-filled Chicken Capers and other chil- dren's entertainment, as well as a classic car show, mini grand prix, a boat parade and a colorful fire- works display. In announcing plans for the June festival, Brittingham noted that, "We are pleased to welcome the 57th annual Delmarva Chicken Festival to our beautiful, growing community. We expect 20,000-25,000 visi- tors from Delmarva and the mid- Atlantic area as we showcase the town of Snow Hill and spotlight Delmarva's important chicken industry." The Delmarva Chicken Festival is sponsored annually by Delmarva Poultry Industry, Inc. (DPI), the regional association working for the continued progress of the poultry industry on the Delmarva Peninsula. For more information on the Delmarva Chicken Festival, con- tact Delmarva Poultry Industry Inc. at 800-878-2449 or 856-9037 or the Snow Hill Chicken Festival Committee at 410-632-1944. an outside wall & I'll show you how it's possible to have a ,are' 302,539,4699 We love to hoar from small contractors or for homo www.capegazette.com Boats & PWCs to choose from! ALL BRANDS ALL MODELS Monday, Feb 20th Shop in our 13,000 sq. foot inside, heated showroom! jYAMAHA Short; Marine Millsboro, Delaware oad !I::  302-17-N Voted Naonal Dealer of the Year by Boat & Motor Dealer Magazine