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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 11 - March 14, 2005 - 97 Film fest gets boost for Reels on Wheels program Outreach initiative takes art purchase portable fdrn projection for film as an art form. of filmmaking on the road The Rehoboth Beach Film So- ciety will soon be bringing inde- pendent films on the road thanks to a grant from the Carl M. Free- man Foundation and a donation from the Draper Holdings Busi- ness Trust designated by Mariah Calagione. The generosity of these spon- sors will enable the film society to equipment to launch Reels On Wheels, a year-round community outreach initiative designed to bring the art of filmmaking to tar- geted communities in southern Sussex County. The Film Society appreciates the generosity of these sponsors in supporting this new program. The mission of the Rehoboth Beach Film Society is to create understanding of and appreciation The Film Society sponsors monthly screenings, community outreach efforts, special events, and the annual Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival, slated Nov. 9-13, 2005. For more information on this series, other events, or to become a member, visit the Rehoboth Beach Film Society website at, or call Society office at 645-9095. Submitted photo Mari Calagione, left, of Draper Holdings Business Trust, presents Rehoboth Beach Film Society Managing Director Sue Early with a donation. The generosity of Draper Hold- ings' donation and a grant from Carl M. Freeman will enable the film society to purchase portable film projection equip- ment to launch Reels On Wheels, an outreach initiative. Great Hall Chamber Music Orchestra to make debut Music lovers are invited to at- tend the inaugural concert of the Great Hall Chamber Orchestra, an ensemble of 33 young profession- al and conservatory musicians conducted by Michael Krausz, Saturday, April 2, at Bryn Mawr College. The concert starts at 8 p.m. in Thomas Great Hall; a pre-concert lecture by Michael Johns, "How to Be an Active Lis- tener, "starts at 7 p.m. in Thomas Hall, Room 110. Tickets are $15 general admission, $5 for stu- dents. For reservations call 610- 526-5058 or e-mail lzemick@ Internationally acclaimed harp- sichordist Lionel Party will be the guest soloist, performing Bach's Harpsichord Concerto No. 1. The program also includes Mozart's Mendelssohn's Italian Symphony. Krausz says, "We're most excited about the establishment of this musical offering for the region, and we're looking forward to per- forming these well loved works in our inaugural concert.' The Great Hall Chamber Or- chestra was founded by artistic di- rector and conductor Michael Krausz who previouslY estab- lished the Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra and has been a guest conductor of professional orches- tras in Bulgaria and the Conserva- tory Symphony Orch in Bryn, ,, Mawr. He is the Mil C. Nahm Professor of Philos at Bryn Mawr College and hes Aes- thetics at the Curtis titute of (: Music. r::'" Lionel Party is a ber of the i:i Haffner Symphony and Contlnued :'O, page 98 W 'W TWO WAYS TO CELEBRATE EASTER SUNDAY BRUNCH $15.95 11:00 am. - 1:00 p.m. Ala Carte Menu Includes: Croissant Basket, Fruit, Beverage & Champagne DINNER 1:30 pan. - 8:30 p.m. Choice of Grilled Ham Steak $16 Roasted Leg of Lamb $18 Prime Rib of Beef $19 Plus our entire regular Dinner menu will be served from 1 - 8:30 p.m. 31 ROBINSONS DR & HWY 1 REHOBOTH BEACH VISIT US ON THE WEB AT:. WWWDININGDEBEACIIF.COM Open All Year. m... wammumullm m -u00nn j mminahl iI Ilm ammlllnn. llm iounmfl Lots of FREE Ptddng Open Dally S:00 P.M.Seafood Grill Bar Patio Lounge 17300 North Main Boulevardt The Villages of FIN Points, Lewes, DE 302-645-9790