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Cape Gazet Rehc The Rehob, um's exhibit Sand Pails and is in its last w encourage visi will offer two- Saturday and e T- AI00TS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDA MARCH 5-MONDAY, MARCH 8, 201O 6S [ both museum to offer reduced admission .March 6-7 ,th Beach Muse- and 7, when visitors town for the Chocolate The exhibit, which closes Sunday, more than 100 vintage and a number ' cluding Buckets of Fun: Other Beach Toys ,.eks of display. To tors, the museum :br-one admission Sunday, March 6 Other Beach Toyys is in its last weeks of display. Art lea00 The Rehobo present a var: classes to su tastes this spriJ Sculptural offers :h Art League wilt ety of upcoming it many artistic lg. Wall Tiles And d Pails nd isses d discus- :k will [be overview :fist. Fol- mmems, Lons from variety of for review, critique an sion. Each body of wo critiqued after a brief discussion with the a low-up will invite cc Their Surfaces for all skill levels questions and observat plett will be held the entire group. Artist critiques p.m., Friday-Sun- are $40 for league members mqd L4. This class will $75 for nonmembers; audie rice build sculptural participation alone is $]0. _I ce techniques for You're Wildly Creative! q.)ne dilation methods Busy Saturday, led bJenr ifer nission process, August, will be heldffom )f30 I private. Class in- a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Saturd ty, M; ch [aking demo. Cost 20, for ages 6 and up :Lt all  e members, $285 levels. Families are wc lcom. to lbers. " build really cool thi lgs f]'Om ques and Group some most unusual an( moslba- Lth Lee Mills will sic supplied objects,  hich Will t0 a.m. to 12:30 be reinvented thrc ugh fhe arch 12. Artists are group's masterminding skills nd bring a minimum ample duct tape. Cost s $55 per to seven) works pers0n or $85 per fi mily for with Kathy T from 9 a.m. to day, March 12- cover how to wall tiles, surfi sculpture, insl and the comJ both public an cludes a tile-n is $250 for lea for future men Artist Crit! Discussion w take place fro p.m., Friday, M encouraged to of four (and )ats, is scheduled to move on to the 1940s. The city bought the Beach Chamber of Commerce a lother museum soon. Some of building in1998 and entered into Visitor Center and near the light- d e pails are nearly 100 years old. a partnership with the society to house on the traffic circle. Win- r ecorations on the pails feature operate the museum, which ter museum hours are 10 a.m. to e erything and everyone from opened to the public in 2007. 4 p.m., Monday, Thursday and C ueen Mary and Mickey Mouse Themain gallery includes dis- Friday; and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sat- t, cowboys and Indians, astro- plays on the history of the City of urday and Sunday. Regular ad- [] uts and circus clowns. Vintage Reloboth Beach. They tell the mission is $5 for adults; $3 for bathing suits also fill the galleries story of decades of having fun in seniors, college students and v ith bright colors and belt buck- the sun, from arcade games to military; $2 for children ages 13- l,s on the men's suits, and fandy hotels. The museum is lo- 17. Members and children 12 and bloomers and bathing caps for cat a at 511 Rehoboth Ave., next under are free. Memberships are tlle women - all in the fabric of to the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey available; call 227-7310. tl e times: wool. The museum is the home of ,:- , . /(. t] e Rehoboth Beach Historical i, S ciety. The society's mission is t,, preserve and showcase arti- ikry --:: ''I: fi lets that illustrate the develop- featuring Kogler's Old World Breads  n lent of the community. Society [] [embers receive free museum Weekly Specials a ]mission,. newsletters, free ad- Monday - 6 Chicken Dishes $13 n dssion to lectures and other ac- Tuesday - 7 Veal Dishes $14 ti vities, and notice of ticketed ,Wednesday - Bryan Clark Sings! 6:30 - 9:00, March 24 & 33` e gents. The museum is in the and 0icks the special of the evening f(rmer icehouse where ice that Thursday - 3`0 oz. Prime Rib $3.3 as cut from local lakes was Friday- Chef's Choice s ored in the late 1800s and early l!00s. Later, ice was manufac- Happy Hour 4-7 Sunday - Friday u:ed there from the 1920s until //2 price appetizers. $3 Rail, $4 Call & $4 Wine by the glass starting March 12 ,,,."" ,,,m - Serving Lunch and Dinner 7 days. h ague members and $90 per On & off site p ;rson or $130 per family for fu- Banquet rooin holds 100 t re members. For more information about :!.90:1. Savannah Road. Lewes, DE u pcoming classes, call 227-8408 o :visit fish!