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mm m CAPE GAZET, Friday, March 11 - March 14, 2005 - 99 Watercolorist to teach March 14 at RAL Artist and new resident, Maggi'e Ott will be teaehing Un- locking Creativity with Watercolor, a one-day painting class Monday, March 14, at the Rehoboth Art League. Ott, a gradu- ate of the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Arts, has earned many awards for her works. She has taught at the Galloway Art Center, the Ocean City Arts Center, Brigantine Adult School and Pinelands Regional Adult School and judged various shows throughout New Jersey. Now residing in Hebron, Md., she has recently exhibited at the Dorchester Arts Center in Cambridge, Md. Ott encourages her students and "tries to show each of her students how to enjoy the medium ogwatercolor with a minimum of frustration." The class will be held in the Chambers Studio from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The cost is $60 for members and $70 for nonmembers. For more information or to register, call 227-8408. Submitted photo Independent films return to Schwartz Center The Schwartz Center of the won aGolden Globe and earned a day, March 26 and 7 p.m., Arts' series of independent films is continuing in March, and the re- sults of surveys distributed at those films will help determine future selections. With the exception of "A Very Long Engagement," all films in the series will be shown at 8 p.m., Saturdays and 7 p.m. Wednes- days. Admission is $7; seniors, military and students are $5. "Being Julia," 8 p.m., Saturday, March 12, and 7 p.m., Wednes- day, March 16. Annette Bening Best Actress Oscar nomination for her portrayal of an aging stage ac- tress in this film about love and revenge in 1930s London. Jere- my Irons also tars. Rated R "A Very Long Engagement," 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday, March 18 and 19 at 8 p.m. Audrey Tautou reteams with her "Amelie" direc- tor in this story about love, adven- ture, war, mystery passion and tenacity. The cast includes Jodie Foster. Rated R. "Hotel Rwanda," 8 p.m., Satur- Wednesday, March 30. Don Chea- die stars in a true-life story of a hotel manager who housed over a thousand Tutsis refugees during their struggle against the Hutu militia. Rated PG- 13 For more information, email filmfans@ schwartzcenter.com. Kite 2ontinued from page 98 competitions follow the highest kite competition, which begins immediately after the morning awards ceremony. The awards ceremony for the afternoon com- petitions concludes the day's ac- tivities. The event will be announced from the stage area by two veteran masters of ceremony, Dan Gaffney from WGMD and Dennis Forney of the Cape Gazette. In addition to the flying contests, there will be food and kite conces- sions and a kite raffle. For more information, call the Lewes Chamber of Commerce it 645-8073. Rehoboth 's Best Kept Secret - We Deliver! ++++++++++++++++++++++++ $5.00 LUNCH SPECIALS includes creative side, fruit & veggies, pickles & dessert. Homemade Soups Fresh Salads fit for a Queen" Creative Sandwiches on Fresh Baked Bread Affordable catering from Soup to Nuts Carry-out - Catering Open Mon. - Sat. for lunch 11-3 Next to Mr. Copy& Rita's on Rt. 1 227-0447 /7i rid, c006,, starting at 12noon Every Wednesday, March 16 toMay!1 , Victoria's is Offering a3 Course Lunch at a Special Price for this Event. . Reservations suggested. @ ft f , . f  31  . O I. g iJ,  IJeac 30,2-2,27-7990   30.2-.2.27-06#5