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Gallery 50 to host reception, 'Die o Rivera' screrening March 3 ascreen- 1 ing of the 992 documentary "Diego RivCra: I Paint What I See, with a reception at 6 p.m. and the.fil m at 6:30, Saturday, March 13, fdllowing the Second Saturday Ar Walk. Shot on ] and the Un includes a r, of archival fi much of wh been seem The text writings oft from other. Rivera's ow detailed f'fll difficulty he This is th  first biographical f'flm on the tmed Mexican artist Diego River;l and traces his life from childh(,od through his Cu- bist period,  is leading role in the Mexican mt ral renaissance, his fame as a ml lralist in the United States and ] is later years. This film explor,,.s Rivera's life and work, including his stormy rela- tionship wi[h Frida Kahlo and the destruction of his famous mural at RoCkefeller Center. ocation in Mexico ted States, this t'tim ;markable collection lm and photographs, [ch has never before is drawn from the ivera and Kahlo and istorical texts. Using a words, this richly n brings to life the faced in his transi- / T:E SMY ROMANCE between M da Kahlo will be explorec in a film to be sh Rehoboth Beach. tion from studio art and poetical artist, z flicts that arose fror onward. As always, admis and a donation is su film lasts 58 minut st to public nd the con- a that point don is free gested The s. Refresh- SUBMITTED PHOTO xican artists Diego Rivera, right, and Fri- 3wn Saturday, March 13, at Gallery SO in ments will be served. The gallery is located at 50 Wilmington Ave. in Rehoboth Beach. For more in- formation, visit 50contemporar- yart.com, or call the gallery at 227-2050. The gallery is open weekly from Friday to Sunday. Delaware state parkS, campgrounds reopen for season; fees remam same The 20101 )elaware State Parks fee season b gan Monday, March 1. All Dela rare State Parks that charge an er try fee are collecting from park' isitors. Daily entry fees remain unchanged. The fee for Delawt'e residents is $3for tions, for the entire Discounts and speci are available for sen active-duty militar], and certain special ] Detailed informatio park entrance fees :s and $4for beach passes is ava for nonresidents are testateparks.com c 302-739-9220. The opening of t season coincides ground reopenings lopen, Delaware Se lens Pond and Lurn parks. The cottag Pond and the Indi inland par] parks. Fees double the J season conl Annual p an annum ] residents p of $27. The access to an an entry fe, fee season. progams for citizens, "pers6.nnel opulafions. a regarding and annual lable at by calling par' fee qth camp- t Cape Hen- ashore, KiP ; Pond state s at KiUens River Marl- s to hold esident rate. The fee inues until Nov. 30. Lsses are available for ee of $54. Delaware g a discounted rate )asses allow vehicle y state park charging ., with a few excep- na are open year-round. Camp- ground reservations may be made by calling the newly updat- ed Campground Reservation System at 877-98-PARKS (800- 987-2757) or online at delawarestateparks.reserveam- erica.com. Due to the recent se- vere weather, some services may not be available in the camp- grounds. In particular, storm damage at Trap Pond State Park will delay the campground opening by approximately one week. Information regarding park campgrounds is available by calling 302-739-9220. UUSD to host film screening March 5 The Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware will hold its First Friday Films and Potluck Dinner Friday at 6:30 p.m., Fri- day, March 5, at 33739 Marsh Road No. 2, Lewes. TheTflm is "12 Angry Men," a 1957 picture starring Henry Fon- da and Lee ]. Cobb as members of a jury deliberating on a capital murder case. Guests are asked to bring a dish to share after the f'tim. For details, call the church office at 645-6334 or visit uussd.org.  Country dancer ball March 13 Music M, set for N As part oJ Delaware's celt Series, fatty wiU p.m., Wedn S. Walnut St Tickets $5 for stu& more infor or visil isters concert The Dover Engl Larch 10 Dancers will host Assembly starting : 'the Music School of Saturday, March 13, iJ usic Masters Con- Grnge'Hall at 911 S the Milford Branch hold a recital at 7:30 ,,sday, March 10, at 10 ., Milford. 'e $10 for adults and nts and seniors; for nation call 422-2043 musicschoolof sh Country heir Spring It 7:30 p.m., I the Capitol 3uth Gover- nor's Ave. in Dover. ae event is a called ball of favorite dances called by Joanna Riner Of the I Germantown Counlry Dancers. A light repast will b served at 9 p.m. Admission is  15 for mem- bers; $18 for nonmelnbers. Ages 18 years and under p ay $10. Peri- od costume or sere iformal/for- mal eveningattire  requested. For information, c dl 302-697- 7858 or 302-697-8 366 or visit doverdancers.org. delaware.ol g. The taleJ Lted faculty v per- form work, by Beethoven, Han- del, Lalo, K r011, Rodrigo, Wieni- awski and 7. FRIDAY, MARCH 5 - MONDAY, MARCH 8, 2010 67