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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY MARCH 2 - MONDAY. MARCH 5. 2012 73 PAISLEY MOON, TOUGH LUCK -TATTOO TO HOST SHOW iN MILTON | Tom Lars, on Project charityartshow Sat, food drink music, st ilto paisley moon saton/gallebt SUBMITTED PHTO0 TOUGH LUCK TATTOO AND PAISLEY MOON SALON are co-hosting the Third Annual Tom Larson Project Art Show at 7 p.m. at the salon, 109 Fed- eral St. in Milton, to benefit the Cape Henlopen Distr ct Home ess Education - Assistance Program, a new initiative createdto assist local homeless school Children. The show will feature the Work of more tlian 20 art sts, and will in- clude paintings, ~otograpl~y, glass'work, textiles and more. The st~ow Will also include a silent auction and food and refreshments. For information see the Tom Larson Project page at The Tom Larson Project was created in 2010 in memory of Marc Thomas Larso~ ~ Cape Henlopen High School graduate. Larson, an accom-. 'and poet, served in the Iraq war in the Marines as an t Iraq from Au- and died in 2009 as a result of an ad: ers. I , lacrosse, . He was a and also enjoyed reading the poetry and ]nd other beat and bohemian writ- " 1io loved to laugh and did his best : His motto was "friends are family." SECOND STREET PLAYERS TO PRESENT 'GOLDEN GOOSE' SUBMITTED PHOTO THE SECOND STREET PL/~:ER5 of Milford will present "The Golden Goose" in the Children's Dessert Theatre series at 7 p.m., Friday, March 2, and at 1 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, March 3 and 4. This magical play, filled with much fun and humor, is a great way to in- troduce young children to live the- atrical performance. The show also has the message that being kind can have its rewards. Included in the $10 admission is a light snack as well as an autograph session following the show. The Friday night is a special "pay what you can" night, and any dona- tion will be accepted at this perform- ance. Suitable for all ages. Perfor- mances will be at their the Riverfront Theater, 2 S. Walnut St. in Milford. No reservations are necessary, but those with questions can call 302- 422-0220. Shown are Allie Buchannan of Georgetown and Madeline Schnei- der of Lewes performing in "The Golden Goose." find the funds needed for more The Dinner Club is effective treatments and the con- latest in event series tinued research to find a cure. The Dinner Club is the latest in The first Wednesday of each fundraisers which have included month, local restaurants are the ALS Walk and the Art for the hosting dinners and contributing Cause Art Sale held in Septem- a portion of their dinner pro- ber 2011 as well previous restau- ceeds to Team Ted in association rant meet and greets at Moe's with the The ALS Association Southwest Grill, Cafe Azafran in Greater Philadelphia Chapter. Lewes and Victoria's Tea Room Mariachi Restaurant on wilm- in Milford. Barbie Andrews and ington Avenue in Rehoboth will the ladies of Curves in Lewes host the next ALS fundraising were the first to lead the 2010 evening Wednesday, March 7. ALS Walk for Team Ted and re- Ted Pokorny and his wife lo cently held a Chinese auction to have been active residents of Re- raise funds. Epworth United hoboth for more than 18 years. Methodist Church Scott's He was diagnosed in May 2010 Chapel Gallery is currently dis- with amyotrophic later sclero- playing Art for the Cause pieces. sis, Lou Gehrig's disease, which Dinner Club cards will be is a progressive illness that af- handed out March 7 for the fu- fects the nerve cells in the brain ture restaurants: Big Fish on and spinal cord that control vol- April 4, Care Azafran on May 2, untary muscle movements. Cloud Nine on Iune 6, Back Since then, they have put aside Porch on Iuly 11, Planet X on their own personal situation and Aug. 1; Confucius on Sept. 5 and reached out to the community to Eden on Oct. 3. SUBMITTED PHOTO JO~ LEFT, AND 3'ED POKO~NY check out a copy of the Dining Guide. Many of Rehoboth's restaurants h~,~ signecl onto host evenings in support of Team Ted and The ALS Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter. The Dinner Club card will be punched each month, and those cards with three or more punch- es will be entered into a special drawing at the Annual for the Cause sale,this September. For more information, call 302-703-2825. 105 Union St., Milton. 302,684.8889 Open Daily 1 lam - lam 5TH ANNUAL MILTON SUNDAY, MARCH 1 iTH, 2 PM "WE'RE ALL IRISH FOR A DAY!" Benems the Milton Fire Dept. Training Program, Best .Buddies Delaware and Casa San Francisco, Stick around after the parade for Live Music with Danny Quinn 3:30-7 Tony Mowen 6-10 WEDNESDAYS: ST. PATRICK'S DAY: Trivia with Keith White @ Vin Fischer 1 1-2:30 THURSDAYS: 3/8 33 1/3 The Hit the Bottle Boys 3-8 FRIDAYS: DJ Jammin' Jeff 9-1 o DJ Jammin' Jeff @ 9:30 ....... . SATURDAYS ~ LIVE MUSIC: 3/3 Down Goes Frazier $1.50 Keystone Lights and 3/lO Freshly Squeezed $4 Capt. Morgans SUNDAYS: Melissa Alesi 1-4 All day, everyday! ST. PATRICK'S DAY Jr. Wilson & Crabmeat O'Thompson 12-7 lower case blues 8-12