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Banjomania coming to Seaford Feb. 25 For its third concert of the series, Seaford Community Con- cert presents a four-member touring group, Banjoman/a, on Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 8 pan. at Seaford High School Auditorium. Banjomania's performances are always marked by wild cheering and standing ovations, and audience participation is not only welcomed, it's inevitable, as fans from eight to 80 get into the festive mood. If you're not tapping your toe to this music, you'd better check..you might be deadl Members of the association are reminded not to miss this reusing experience. For more information, call Violet Good- will at 227-7606, Eleanor Wallin at 645-9474 or Marion Barr at 645-8617. -- CARRY OUTS WELCOME OPEN DALLY 945-8900 or 227-6700- -HAPPY HOUR 3 TO 7 p.m.--Live Weekend Entertainment Long Neck Cape Arts Fest raises funds Supporting the Arts in Educa- tion will be made easy and fun for those attending the second annual Cape Henlopen Arts Festival on Sunday, March 22. The proceeds from this event, which was orga- nized by the Cape Henlopen Arts Alliance as a fund-raiser and vehi- cle for arts education advocacy, will be used to provide supple- mentary arts programming in Cape Henlopen district schools. The Festival is scheduled to take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Cape Henlopen High School. Perhaps the most exciting of fundraising activities slated for the event will be the raffling of a Laura Hickman pastel. Raffle tickets for her work will be avail- able prior to and the day of the Festival. A Chinese auction, scheduled to take place through- out the event, will feature over 50 arts and gift items, the raffles for which should be affordable for children and adults at 50 cents apiece. All items to be auctioned have been donated by dedicated individuals and businesses in the community. Anyone interested in donating an item for the auction or in obtaining a raffle for Laura Hickman's pastel should contact Gall Mack at 645-5666. In addi- tion to fundraising events, the Fes- tival will feature children's art ex- hibits, performances by profes- sional and aspiring musicians, professional fine art and craft demonstrations by local artisans, theater and dance demonstrations, interactive arts activities for chil- dren and food. Two performances of "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown," performed by the Cape Henlopen High School Thespians at l0 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. are in- cluded. Admission to the festival is free. Call 945-7174 to purchase tickets for "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown." Season Continued from page 54 ence, A Second Cup coffee and baked goods shop will be offering Dastardly Deeds Desserts before and after performances of "I'll Be Home Before Midnight." The shop is located across the street from the theatre on Walnut Street. "I'll Be Back Before Midnight" will be performed March 14, 15, 16, 21, 22 and 23. Friday and Saturday perfor- I mances are at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees are at 3 p.m. All tickets for Friday and Saturday shows are $10; senior citizens and students pay a discount price of $9 for Sun- day matinees. For reservations, call the ticket- line, 422-0220. The Riverfront Theatre is located at 2 S. Walnut St., downtown Milford. The Second Street Players are supported in part by the Delaware Division of the Arts. The River- front Theatre is accessible to the disabled. CAPE , Friday, February 21- February 27, 1997 - 55 Trip to DC museums planned for March 10 A trip to the National Museum of Women in the Arts and the Na- tional Gallery of Art in Washing- ton, D.C. is planned for Monday, March I0. The cost for the trip is $25. The group will meet at 7:30 a.m. at the Virden Center on Pilottown Road. Those interested in participating should make reservations by call- ing Shirley at 644-2038. / Resta u ra n t Long Neck & Rehoboth Beach Featuring $9.95 Seafood, Steaks, Chicken 6" Rsbs served in a casual family atmosphere. Everyday Lunch Buffet (Rehoboth $5.95) 0NES0A iiiii!iiiiii::ii::::ii:iiiiiitii:Nite: i :: iiii: : i!iiiii iliiii  !iii!::!=:i=: i ii::iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ili:.i:iiii ii!i !:i:::. iii:. iiill EARLY BIRD MENU $12.9S Grilled Lamb Chops Two lamb chops, grilled to skJe t jely. Wne suggestion: pperidOe Cabemet Sauvtonon" 3.2.,5 Glass Grilled Pork Loin an appack cer cream and saut wHd munhrooms. Whze suggesn: e.,opeddge Chazdonnay 3.25 glass ,All entrees are served with a field green garden salad, fresh vegetable and chef's choice" of starch) Monday thru Saturday 5:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M. ALL NIGHT SUNDAY Steak and Cake A center-cut New York Strip steak cooked to your spedficalions, coupled with a broiled jumbo lump crab cake. W',e suggesliun: Copperidge Pinot Noir 3.25 glass Flounder Vlctorla's Fdet of Rounder stuffed wilh shdmp impedal, baked until golden brown. Wele ,: ddge White 71nfandel 3.25 ss Style, Grace, Sophistication Fresh Baked Breakfast Croissants Creole Sea Scallops Why go anywhere else when you can dine at Victoria's? "Where the only thing we overlook is the ocean, " .. Restaurant Cream of Crab Soup /rime Four Diamond Boardwalk Plaza Full Children's Menu for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Stuffed Oysters New York Strip Steak and several other delectable selections Olive Ave & The Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach 22"/.0815