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IJiill il Ial I~ ILIUJI.HLJIIIIII~ 86 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18 - MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2Oll ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette Event to celebrate 21 years in Rehoboth Restaurants, bakeries, chefs and amateur bakers are getting ready for the 21st annual Down- town Rehoboth Chocolate Festi- val,, which will be from 11"30 a.m. q[ '.30 p.m., Saturday, March 5, at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. The Chocolate Baking Contest at the heart of the festival is open to anyone who wants to enter. Entrants should show up at the convention center between 7 and 8"30 Saturday to regis- ter. They can leave their entries and come back later to see if they have won one of the many prizes and ribbons. Guests can show up at 11:30 a.m. to get tastes of the entries, shop from the vendors, and en- joy children's games and raffles sponsored by Rehoboth Cooper- ative Preschool. Admission is $2 to get in and then 50 cents per sample. Childre.n under 5 get in free. There will be goodies from some of the most notable gour- met bakers and chefs in Re- hoboth, including many Of the freest restaurants. The event is sponsored by the Friends of the Rehoboth Beach Public Library and Rehoboth Beach Main Street. Sorry, carry-out is not permitted. The seven categories are restaurants, professional/chef, FILE PHOTOS GAVIN MAEDLER sinks his teeth into the first-place professional cream puff made by Josh Ballontin at last year's Chocolate Festival. amateur, children under 12, sugar free,_ showpiece and a new kid's showpiece. There are ribbons for all categories in the following subcategories: cookies, brown- ies, pies, cheesecake, candy, cake and most unusual. Entry forms are available by calling 227-2772, or at down-, or entrants can flU out a form on the morn- ing of the event. Prizes include Downtown Gift Certificates, plaques and ribbons. To volun- Police and teer as a chocolate cutter for the festival, contact Pdscil a Smith at 227-8259. Call 227-2772 or visit for more information. ~ltyrl JOOS shows her first-place ribbor~ for Chocolate Peanut Butter Treats in last year's amateur division. l..M.~.d~ - Fish & Chips ......... Sll Fri~da - 1 1/2 lb Whole Maine Lobster ........... $16 /!.q.e.~d~ - 8 oz Burger .......... $5 .~q~d.~t - 12 oz Prime Rib (before 6pro) ................. $12 ~[~- Oyster Dinner ...... $14 (after 6pro) .................. $16 Mon-Fri -1 1/2 lb Alaskan - Barbeque Ribs ...... 512 Snow Crabs ................. $16 Weekly specials cannot be combined with any other offers. t', HAPPY HOUR " " i [ 1 Monday- Friday, 4prn- 7pro Ail Drinl S 1/2 Price 30 Wings - - 1/2 Price Raw Bar Appetizers $4 ,-156, . 108 Second Street Lewes, DE 302-645-6611 Wh*n the quentlon is, "VV'] o'n open?" " tht answer in, "Victoria' FRIDAY IS PRIME RIB NIGHT Fit xCor a Queen Cut -$18.95 King Cut (Full Dinne Menu Avail=hie, TooD GET YOUR BRUNCH ONt SUNDAYS 10 -S ~ Amazing Bullet, Plated Benedict du jour, Du,m ,t h, .'rhePola,