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I q i( 76 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18 - MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 20Ti I FRIDAY, FEB. 18 II~,,el-ya~l-m ~ 5-9 p.m., Rehoboth Beach VFW Post 7447, 101 State Road, Rehoboth Beach. One pound of shrimp, $10; one pound with small pitcher of beer or soda, $11; oyster sandwich, $4; clam strips, $6; crab cake sandwich. $5; homemade ~. soup, $3; French fries, $2; and chicken nuggets, For information call 227-3469. Science and Technical Advisory Committee meeting (Delaware Center for the Inland Bays), 9 a.m., DNREC field station, next to the DNREC boat ramp, 901 Pilottown Rd., Lewes. On the agenda: Wandendale Wastewater Treatment Plant and the Impact of Hardened Shorelines.. For more information visit inlandbays.org. Rehoboth Beach Writers' Guild meets, 9-11 a.m., Super G in Ocean View, second floor conference room. An informal gathering of writers of all skill levels. For information visit ,l~pobothbeachwritersguild.com. Historical Society Humanities Forum speaker Sharon Moore to present "Inspired to Fly: A View of Aviator Bessie Coleman," 7:30 p.rn,, Lewes Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall. For more information call 645-7670. Preschool story time, 2 p.m.. at Rehoboth Beach Public Library; call 227-8044 for details, De~mnm Roots ~,~ featuring screening of "Voices of Greenwood" and "Wood Shavings to Hot Sparks," 7 p.m., at Milton Fire Hall, sponsored by the Rehoboth Beach Film Society and Milton Historical Society, followed by panel discussion. Tickets, $4, can be purchased at rehobothfilm.com, 645-9095 I~" I, or 6844010. Delaware Seashore Parrothead Club monthly meeting, 7:30 p.m., at Pig + Fish restaurant, Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach, which assists in community and environmental concerns and provides social activities for those interested in Jimmy Buffet's music. New members welcome. For details contact 226-3238 or deseashorephc.com. SATURDAY, FEB. 19 s.m.x c .ty c,.m k sodety met 10:30 a.m., Rehoboth Beach Public Library. Featured speaker is Dr. William Campbell, who will talk about prison healthcare practices during the Civil War, al;luding those at Fort Delaware. For information visit scgsdelaware.org or call 302-875-5418. am~lw' ~ for Linda Fletcher Blyth, 6-10 ~,m., Leipsic Fire Hall, Main Street, Leipsic. Spaghetti dinner, music, raffles, auction and cash bar. Tickets are $20; $35 per couple. For tickets and information email lindasfundraiser@gmail.com or 302-653-0279. Discussion about Delaware Civil Union Bill at town hall meeting, 3 p.m.. CAMP Rehoboth ~mmunity Center, 37 Baltimore Ave., Rehoboth Beach. Rehoboth Beach Writers' Guild meets, 840 a.m., It,,hoboth Beach Public Library. An informal gathering of writers of all skill levels. For information visit rehobothbeachwritersguild.com. ~il~uerbraten dinner with red cabbage and dumplings or noodles, American Legion Post 5, 300 King Charles Ave., Rehoboth Beach, 5 p.m. until gone; $10. Call 227-8999. 4: Studio open house to benefit Beebe Medical Foundation. by artists Steve Rogers and Pat Staby Rogers, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., at their studios, 328 W. ~rket St,, Lewes, featuring new pieces; 20 percent of sales go to foundation. Workshop, Cetlng for Aging Pets & Pet Loss, 10 ~;in.-noon, at Delaware Hospice Center, 100 Patriots Way, Milford, with Leroy Myers; bring photos of lost pets for Remembrance Table. Registration required by contactfng 856-7717, Ext. 1129 or ~osta@delawarehospice.org. Cl~v Space Thealre Company presents The Cashore Marionettes, 3 p.m., with Simple Gifts and 7 p.m. with Life in Motion, at Rehoboth Theatre of the Arts, 20 Baltimore Ave. For details contact 227- 2270 or dearspacetbeatre.org. US.Submarine Veterans - Mid-Atlantic Base meets. 11:30 a.m., at Sheraton Dover Hotel, 1570 North DuPont Hwy.; free: meals available at additional costs. Call 723-1939 for details. Fort Miles Battery 519 tour led by interpreter. 6 p.m., at Cape Henlopen State Park; $5, adults', $2.50, children. Register by calling 645-6852. Squid dissection: From pen to ink, 1041:30 a.m., at Indian River Life-Saving Station, Delaware Seashore State Park, south of Dewey Beach; fee, $8, suitable for ages 8 and up; register by calling 227-6991. Program, Edible Plants of the Seashore, 2:30 p.m., at Indian River Life-Saving Station, Delaware Seashore State Park, south of Dewey Beach; fee, $6; registration not required. For details call 227-6991. Merchant's Attic I, state's largest indoor garage sale, 9:30 a.m.4:30 15.m., at Rehoboth Beach Convention Center, sponsored by Rehoboth-Dewey Chamber of Commerce, rain or shine; no admission fee; donations for events fund welcome. For details contact 227-6446 or beach-fun.com. Licensed acuponcturist Mark Stnehr to speak on benefits of acupuncture, 1 p.m. at Brandywine- Assisted Living at Fenwick Island, 21111 Arrington Dr., Selbyville; light refreshments provided; RSVP to 436- 0808. FEB. 19-20 Another Take gay and lesbian film series sporlsored by the Rehoboth Beach Film Society and CAMP Rehoboth, with "Violet Tendencies," 8 p.m., Sat., "You Should Meet My Son, 2 p.m., Sun.. at Movies at Midway upstairs screening room. Tickets, $7, at rehobothfilm.com or 645-9095, Ext. 1. SUNDAY, FEB. 20 Meet Milton Town Council candidate Marion Jones, noon to 2 p.m., Federal Street Gallery & Espresso Bar, 108 Federal St. Daytona 500 Party at Georgetown-Ellendale VFW Post 2931, 14411 VFW Rd., Ellendale; $6 cover charge at door with all you can eat buffet. IQ~ illjmml COMtal ,~.x hklal ,~, II a.m.-3 p.m, at Millsboro Civic Center. Candlelight Bridal will present two fashion shows; vendors available; door prizes. For details contact 934-6777 or Millsboro@intercom.net. Members' Organ and Choral Rec'~l, 2 p.m., at St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Mulberry St., Lewes, by the Southern Delaware Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, Public invited, free of charge. MONDAY, FEB. 21 Wing night, 4-7 p.m., at American Legion Post 17, Legion Rd., Lewes Beach. Wings are 50 cents: drafts are $I. Call 645-9965 for details. Free literary reading, 7 to 8:15 p.m.. Be~eme Bistro, Lewes, with members of the Rehoboth Beach Writers' Guild. Event will feature a random sampling of humorous short essay excerpts, poems, novel excerpts and songs that touch on some aspect of lightning. For more information visit rehobothbeachwritersguild.com. Beach Writers' Guild meets for Free Writes, 941 a.m., Rehoboth Beach Public Library. An informal gathering of writers of all skill levels. For information visit rehobothbeachwritersguild.com. Choreography for the Stage, I0 a.m., hosted by Ken Skrzesz of Clear Space Theatre, at 20 Baltimore Ave., Rehoboth Beach. Tickets, which include bagels, coffee, are $15 and available at 227-2270 or clearspacetheatre.org, TUESDAY, FEB. 22 Rib night, featuring beef short ribs, 4-7 p.m., at American Legion Post.17, Legion Rd., Lewes Beach. Call 645-9965 for details. Program, "Delaware History Through Memorials, Monuments and Markers," 4 p.m., upstairs meeting room of Rehoboth Beach Public Library. Storyteller and author Ed Okonowicz will lead program about Delaware's heritage and historic events that are preserved through documents, oral history and through shrines or markers. For information call the library at 227-8044. Presentation The Orphan Train Movement of 1854 to 1929, 7:30 p.m.. at South Coastal Library, Bethany Beach, on foster care system. Free to public; for details contact 539-5231 or southcoastal.lib.de.us. Sussex County Stamp Club meeting, 7:30 p.m.. at St. John's Episcopal,Church Rectory, Milton. For details contact danielfeth56@aol.com, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23 Rehobnth Beach Writers' Guild Free Writes, 6- 7:30 p.m. at the Lewes Public Library. An informal gathering of writers of all skill levels. For information visit rehobothbeachwritersguild.com. Second Annual Black History Month Celebration, 6-9 p.m., at American Legion Post 28 bingo hall. Legion Rd., near Oak Orchard; theme African Americans in the Civil War. Specially priced meal, 6- 7 p,m,; Conley's Chapel Church Choir. Gloria Holland and Alisha Broughton will provide entertainment. Public welcome, AARP Chapter 4903 luncheon meeting, noon-3 p.m., at American Legion Post 28. Legion Rd., Oak Orchard. Speaker Loren Barnett-Apple will talk on the C&O Canal Cost, $11, chapter members; $11.50, nonmembers RSVP at 684-8485. Tao night, 4-7 p.m., at American Legion Post 17, American Legion Rd., Lewes Beach, sponsored by the ladies auxiliary. Call 645-9965 for details. Tot Time, 10:30 a.m.; LEAP, 6 p.m., at Rehoboth Beach Public Library. For details, call 227-8044. THURSDAY; FEB. 24 Bingo, 5 pm., Cape Henlopen Elks Lodge 2540, Beaver Dam Road. Food and soft beverage service available until first game at 7 p.m. Reservations not necessary. Call 645-7016. Thirsty Thursday, pizza and pitcher, $7,4-7 p.m., at American Legion Post 17, Legion Rd., Lewes Beach. For details call 645-9965. FEB. 25-26 "Dam Ya.kees" performances, 7 p.m. each night, Worcester Preparatory School, 508 South Main St.. Berlin. Md. Tickets, $10 in advance; $12 at the door, For information and tickets call 410-641-3575. FRIDAY, FEB. 25 Cape Henlopen Elks Lodge 2540 to feature steamed shrimp and sides by Chef Charles. 6 p.m., with music by Bob Hughes. Tickets are $12 per person. Vera Bradley/Longebeqlor Mega Bingo hosted by Indian River High School Business Professionals of America and Future Farmers of America chapters in the Indian River High School cafeteria. Doors open at 5 p.m.; games begin at 6 p.m, Tickets are $20 in advance; $25 at the door. Tickets can be purchased in advance by emailing tdowns@irsd.k12.de.us or jcordrey@irsd.k12.de.us or by calling the school at 302-732-1500. Peel-your-own shrimp, 5-9 p.m., Rehoboth Beach VFW Post 7447, 101 State Road, Rehoboth Beach. One pound of shrimp, $10; one pound with small pitcher of beer or soda, $11; oyster sandwich, $4; clam strips, $6; crab cake sandwich, $5; homemade crab soup, $3; French fries, $2; and chicken nuggets, $2. For information call 227-3469. Rehol~t~ Beach Film Society monthly screening, "Exit Through the Gift Shop," 7 p.m., upstairs screening room at the Movies at Midway. After the screening, Dr. David Johnson, associate processor of English at Salisbury University, yvill lead a discussion about the movie. Monthly screenings are $2 for film society members; $4 for nonmembers. For Cape Gazette information visit rehobothfilm.com or call 645-9095. Rehohoth Beach Wiilers' Gulkl meets, 941 a.m., Super G in Ocean View, second-floor conference room. An informal gathering of writers of all skill levels. For information visit rehobothbeachwritersguild.com. Ham/turkey shoot, at Ellendale VFW. Sign-up starts at 10:30 a.m.; shooting starts at 11 a.m Call 302-249-7025. Preschool story time, 2 p.m., at.Rehoboth Beach Public Library; call 227-8044 for details. SATURDAY, FEB. 26 Fondraiser for Jusst Sonup Ministry, noon to 3 p.m., Lewes Presbyterian Church. Kings Highway. Entertainment by Bare Feet, and food and beverages will be served. Cost is $15 at the door; all proceeds benefit Jusst Sooup. For more information visit jusstsooup.org. Italian food and wine pairing event, hosted by the General Foundation of Women's Clubs (GFWC) - Lewes, 7-9 p.m., Annabella's, Lewes. Fundraising event for the GFWC Zwaanendael Women's Club of Lewes. Sponsored by Teller Wines and Annabella's. Cost is $30 per person. Reservations requested by calling Pare at 302-228-7726. Pianist Stephen Hough in a Coastal Concerts, B p.m., Bethel United Methodist Church ha!l, West Fourth and Market streets, Lewes. Tickets are $25. Youth ages 1048 admitted for free. For information call 888-212-6458 or visit coastalconcerts.org. Friends of Cape Honlopen Stale Park semiannual bird seed and book sale, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Seaside Nature Center. Bird seed will be distributed at the maintenance garage behind the park office. Books offered for sale at the Nature Center are $1 (hardback) and 50 cents Ipaperback). Homemade goodies, hot dogs and sodas available. Donation of books in good condition may be delivered from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m, Friday, Feb. 25, to the Nature Center. For more information visit friendsofcapehenlopen.org, email fochsp@gmail.com or call 644-4923. Conlelfs UMC yard sale to benefit new building fund, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Conley's Chapel, 22150 Robinsonville Road, one-half mile from the Angola traffic light on Route 24. Items to be sold include appliances, clothes, shoes, furniture, odds and ends and home d~cor. For information call 9454881 or visit conleyschurch.com. All ages story time, I0:30 a.m. at Rehoboth Beach Public Library. For details call 227-8044. SPCA adoption event, I0:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., at Rehoboth Concord Pets. Rt. I behind Sea Shell Shop. For details call 226-2300. Shdmp'and pulled pork barbecue dinner, 5-8 p.m., at American Legion Post 5, 300 King C~harles Ave. Rehoboth, $12, with. proceeds to go to building of handicap ramp. Call 227-8999 for details. Ham-turkey shoot at Ellendale VFW Post, VFW Rd., south of rts. 113 and 16; sign up, 10:30 a.m.; shooting, 11 a.m.; rain date March 5; for possible cancellations call 249-7025.