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i)'~ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18- MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2011 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT cam Gazette Societies join for special presentaton Rehoboth Beach Film Society with the screening of two fdms, and Milton Historical Society "Voices of Greenwood" and continue Delmarva Roots, a "Wood Shavings to Hot Sparks" three-session film series featur- in the Milton Fire Hall. ing films about Delmarva's rich Discover the proud history of history. The next event takes two small towns in lower place at 7 p.m., Friday, Feb. 18, Delaware. First, in the short film only eight houses, two stores and a hotel shortly after the Civil War. It is now home to more than 900 residents, the Delaware Electric Cooperative, the Delaware ,Mennonite Historical Society, and many farms and businesses, but still maintains its small village character. The second film of the evening, "Wood Shavings to Hot Sparks," illustrates the history of shipbuilding in Milford. For more than 200 years, the history of Milford was intimately tied to its shipbuilding industry. Initially drawn by the Mispillion River and locally abundant hardwood "Voices of Greenwood," resi- forests, shipwrights were among dents of all ages of Greenwood Milford's first settlers, building give an account of the history of the town as they built their busi- a small town in northwestern nesses. Eventually, Milford Sussex County whose town slo- boasted seven shipyards, em- gan is "A Nice Place to Live." ploying three-quarters of the Named after the holly forest sur- town's workforce and launching rounding it, Greenwood was 400 ships: The evolving skills of founded in 1856 and consisted of Continued on page 99 earing up for M ardi Gras estaurants specials to start March 4 Participating downtown Re- hoboth Beach restaurants are gearing up for Mardi Gras festiv- ities starting Friday, March 4, and ending on Fat Tuesday, March 8, featuring special New Orleans cuisine and Cajun cook- ing, Bourbon Street beverages, Mardi Gras parties, live music and beads, beads, beads! Whether the restaurants spe- cialize in ,Latin cuisine or burg- gs and beer, everyone will be ing .Cajun for downtown Re- hoboth's Mardi Gras presented by Rehoboth Beach Main Street. Participating restaurants will be announced soon. This year inspired the return of the Gumbo Cook-off, plus there will be lots of beignets, a New Orleans signature breakfast treat; po' boys; and many Cajun or Creole recipes. Restaurants will cook New Orleans style and up feasts and fun. There be special Mardi Gras par- ties and meals all over down- SUBMITTED PHOTO WEEKENED EVENTS will offer spe- cial New Orleans cuisine and Cajun cooking, Bourbon Street beverages, Mardi Gras parties, live music and beads, beads, beads. town Rehoboth Beach at partici- pating restaurants. As they say in French New Orleans, "Laissez les bons temps rouler" - let the good times roll, right here in Re- hoboth Beach. For more infor- mation call 227-2772 or visit ianist tllntinued from page 97 ception following the concert. All Coastal Concerts perform, ces begin at 8 pan. at the hand- Lewes Chamber of Commerce or Lewes Gourmet and Puzzles on Front Street in downtown Lewes. Coastal Concerts is a nonprof- it organization promoting classi- cal music appreciation in south- ern Delaware. Programs are icapped-accessible Bethel Unit- made possible, in part, by grants ed Methodist Church hall on the from the National Endowment .4qcner of West Fourth and Mar- for the Arts, and the Delaware ket streets in Lewes. Parking in Division of the Arts, a state lots or on the Street is free. agency committed to promoting ,,Tickets for each concert are and supporting the arts in $25. Youth ages 10 to 18 are given Delaware. free admission at the door for For more information, to be themselves and one accompany- added to the mailing list, or to adult, volunteer, call Coastal Concerts Tickets may be purchased at at 888-212-6458 or visit coastal- MAJOR LANDSCAPE EQUIPMENT LIQUIDATION ON SITE RAIN OR SHINE TERRASCAPES, INC nr. ANGOLA, DE 32054 CONLEYS CHAPEL RD, LEWES, DE Equipment by New Holland, CAT, Freightliner, Centerville, Eager Beaver, Ford, Dodge, Artic Cat, Stander, Ditch Witch, Rigid, Toro, Kruger, Sno-Way LANDSCAPE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES 2002 Ditch W~Ch SK 500 Trencher. 2005 Ditch Wach Trencher Attachment. Lg. Ditch Witch Trencher Attachment, Sm Ditch Wdch Trencher Attachment, 2006 Ditch Witch SK 5(]0 Ditch Witch Rubber Tracks • 2000 Air Raidor, Grader BUt Pull Behind • Bush Hog, Bush Hog I.g, Alger. 1750 PSI Cambeit Hausefald Power Washer. 5hp Husky Pro Air Compressor • Cement Mixer • Pull Behind Grader * Fuel Tanks • Bdggs & Sbatlon Paver Saw. 2003 Wscker Sin. Plate Tamp • 2005 Wacker Lg. Rate Tamp • 2904 Sakal Sin, Plate Tamp. Kralo 9 St~ion IrdgaUon Controller • PVC "t's" • Various Plant/Lawn Food • Mis~ Irrigation Supplies • Misc Pavers Mat~als. All Inventory • 2002 Tom 44' Stand Behind Mower • 2009 52" Stand Behind Mower • 2009 60' Kewasaki Super Z Mower • Husqvama 7021P Mower • 2003 52' Scag Cougar Mower • Husqvema Walk Behind Mower. Lg Saw • Grinder w/Wheal. Black & Decker Wizard, Various Air Filters. 2001 New Holland LX885 Skid Steer. 2 2008 Buyers Salt Spreaders, 2 Sno-Way Salt Spreaders • 4 Spyker Hand ,qpreaders • 2 Meyer Snow Plows • New Holland Tractor Bucket • Stihl Chain Saw • Stihl Trimmer • Tool Chest • Husqvama PartAer K750 • Slihl SH85C • Husqvama K700 Actlvelll • Black & Decker Weadeater • Black & Decker Edge Trimmer • 50 Misc. Hend Tools • 3Wead Sprayers • 2 Shop Vacs • Misc. Tools & F~ngs • 5 Wheel Barrows • Truck Tool Box • 24' Smart Level • end Much Morell AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Aflar many years in business, "Terrascepas, Inc." a full landscape, irrigation and property maintenance company, is going out of business. All equipmerit incl. skid steer, attachments, tamp6 tractors, covered & landscape lrellers, pavers, weed wsckers, lawn mowers, PVC pipes, tools, major office equipment, contents, smallweras will be offered by the piece and in small lots for theHIGH DOLLARi! lit OFFICE EQUIPMENT Rliog Cabinets • 2006 Panasonic Wireless Phone System • Armor Paper Shredder• ~ Lap Top Computer • 2005 Dell Desktop Computer • 2005 Dell All In One Printer • 2005 HP 8750 Pdntar • 2006 Netgear Wireless Data Router • .. Dell Desktop Computer• Natgaar USB Comm Adapter ..HP Inkjet Printer * 2 L-Shaped Desks w/Hutch • 9 Office Chalm * Coffse Maker • Round Glass Table. Hot Point Refrigerator • 2 Desks * 2 "C Desks • 4 Desk Chairs • 3 Microwave • Ovens • Black & Decker Electric Broom • 2005 Brothers Fax/Printer/Copier and Much Morel! VEHICLES 2003 New Holland TC Tractor • 2005 4x4 Chevy SilvC~rado Truck • 2001 4x4 Chevy Silverado 12' Dump Body • Landscape Trailer • 1995 Avenger 16' Single Axle Trailer • 2000 Kruger 24' 9 Ton Td-Axle Trailer. 2004 Kruger 20' 5 Ton Twin-Axle Trailer • Inclosed Irrigation Trailer 'kPREVIEW,A, ~'~ri., Feb 25th ~" 3-5pro , NOW DATE Sat., March 5th' , ,~ 10:00am ’~, CALL BUTCH OR WILL FOR DETAILS T-TGT;o-£V 2 ID's en day of FMME UCTION premium will beI m---Acct.,t 1'’'’ added to allI purchases. All items , • sold wbereis asis ] We Bnng Buyer & Seller Together w~ ~amov~ ~a day (302) 227-1433 Day ' (302) 227-3946 Fax, (302) 542-5026 orsm.