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94 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 11 - March 14, 2005 Prime Hook birding field trip to take flight March 19 The second birding field trip of the 2005 season at Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge will be Saturday, March 19, with a close look at harbin- gers of spring. Led by volun- teer naturalists Bill Fintel, Sally Fintel and Ed Sigda, this trip will take partici- pants into ar- eas on Prime OPSPREY Hook Beach Road, Cods Road, and Fowler Beach Road to, search for the two best Sussex County harbingers of spring - the osprey and the laughing gull. The group will also look for early shorebirds and late waterfowl. Participants should meet at .the refuge headquarters office at 8 a.m. and the trip GULL. will last ap- proximately three hours. Several birding field trips are scheduled this spring at Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge. Prime Hook has a wealth of inter- esting, and often unusual bird life. On the refuge field trips for 2003 and 2004, participants have cu- mulatively observed 202 different species. The goal is always to have everyone on the trips see all the birds encountered. Addition- ally, the group tries to focus on the best birds for the time of year. Except as noted, all field trips be- gin at 8 a.m. at the Refuge Head- quarters off Route 16 (Broadkill Beach Road) and last approxi- mately three hours. Trips will go rain or shine, ex- cept for the May 11 Big Day, which has a May 12 rain date. For trips after February, bring sunscreen and bug spray for ticks " and mosquitoes. Long, light col- ored pants, which can be tu.cked into socks, are also recommend- ed. The field trips are free and open to the public. Call the refuge at 684-8419 for more information or visit http://primehook.fws.gov for a complete schedule of birding trips. A jCTION. Comedy Continued from page 93 Quest Fitness, 17252 N. Village Main Blvd., The Village At Five Points, in Lewes. The adult classes will be from 8 to 9:45 p.m., over eight Thurs- days, starting April 7. The first class is free, and the last class will include a performance for family and friends. The children&apos;s classes will be from 4 to 5:15 p.m., over eight Wednesdays, starting April 6. Again, the first class is free, and the last class will include a per- formance for family and friends. Teen classes areto be held during the next session, but spaces for these classes should be reserved soon. The cost will be $125 for eight sessions, payable after the first class by cash or check. For more information, call 302-258-5443 or e-mail dwarick@ delawarecome- dytheatre.com TUES., MAR. 5TH 10:00 AM OPENING Patty's Day March IgEHOBOTII BEACH Bikini Contest! $2 Coors & Killians 70 Rehoboth Ave. 302-226-7588 Second Street Players welcomes workshop A special workshop production of a new theatrical work, "From Highs to Lows," will be presented at 3 p.m., and at 8 p.m., Saturday, March 12, at Riverfront Theatre. A first4ime playwright, Kevin Wishart wrote and directed the play that illustrates some of the far-reaching affects of bipolar dis- order. Fromthe young man who experiences the disorder to those family members and friends who share his life, all are touched by his journey. Wishart is a native of Milford and a graduate of Milford High School. This is his first play. He is active with Second Street Players on stage and behind the scenes. Wishart is joined in the cast by his family members, father Jay and sister Heather. Also appearing in "From Highs to Lows" are Am- ber Lewis, Meghan Gonzalez, Mary Harbeson and Bill Zimmer- man. Second Street Players sponsor this Special production in an effort to support new local playwrights and to provide unique and thought-provoking theatre. There are no reserved seats and erftrance is by a suggested dona- tion of $5. For information, call 422-0220. "From Highs to Lows" is for mature audiences. The play is slightly more than an hour long and is performed without inter- mission. PPi'SlltheVal lRc'lh[' & BJ dmeahd" StOks t X Soups ::i:iiiii : 11 a.m.<l All lntii :: .................. " ..i:i!!iiiiiiiiiii:::::::: .............. ,iiii? 00ntreeg.0000 P00ice 5-:i7|il:.ded. Some menu restrictions may apply) Sunday: Breakfast - 8: a.m.- i All-You-Can-Eat Ravioli p:&sad, $12 Senior Specials ~ petite Poetite prices (under $12) i Monday - Mondfiy Madness includes Entree, Soup, Salad & Glass of House W'me, $16 Reseaevations 302.539.4550 Take Out 302.539.4914 71;'9  pa.a.,l/t.,t/ta,'cv tc.a,, .. wl, vw.Zc.b,f. 9 th ANNUAL .RESTAURANT 00Food Service, Caterlng00 and Bar Equipment Sale at Rehoboth Beach Convention Center Rehoboth Avenue00 Rehoboth Beac:h00 DE ALL ITEMS SOLD BY THE PIECE OR IN SMALL LOTS FOFI THE HIGH DOLLAR! AMONG THE ITEMS TO BE SOLD: 3 deck ovens by Gemini & Compacta, 60 qt. 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Imperial mixer, single door Victory upright freezer, pastry display cases,power washer, restaurant top of the line ranges, ice makers, S.S. prep tables, sm. floor safe, and much, much, more!!! AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Don=t miss our 9th annual restaurant equipment sale. All items in great working condition and many are brand new. There is something here for the restaurant owner, home owner or gourmet cook. Thla will be a great Auction!!!! CALL FOR DETAILS I TERIllS: I Cash or personal check I E M M :TION INSPWCTION with 2 I.D.'s on day ofsale I : ASSOCIATES 8:30 AM All items sold as is where [ . is, with removal the day of I We Bring Buyer & Seller Together ,t,ntt j n rrs,rr, sale. A 10% buyers I premium on all items I (302) 227-1433 Day (302)mmertauction.com227-3946 Fax (302) 227-2714 Night OF SALE