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CAPE GAZE'IWE, Friday, March 13 - March 19, 1998. 79 Oscar Night festivities to benefit Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Fest There are only two sure winners On Monday, March 23, Holly- for this year's Academy Awards wood comes to Rehoboth Beach. presentation: "Titanic," and the The event will be held at Dog- Rehoboth Beach Independent fish Head Brewings and Eats, 320 Film Festival. With 14 nomina- Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach. tions, "Titanic" is sure to grab a A $15 admission will be charged, statuette, and with a fabulous and included in the cost of the fundraiser, the Rehoboth Beach ticket will be hors d'oeuvres, Independent Film Festival will be prizes, a Chinese auction and the well on its way to a reity. The Rehoboth Beach Film Soci- ety formed in November 1997 with the purpose of gathering lo- cal film buffs to produce an Inde- pendent Film Festival for the Cape Region. Thanks to support from the local community, the in- augural festival is set for Nov. 12- 15. Funds and support are still needed, and "Oscar Night" marks the first fundraiser for the group. gala event, broadcast on the big screen. All ballots filled out before 8 p.m. will be entered in a Pick the Winners contest. Tickets are available at the door or at the following locations: Dog- fish Head Brewings & Eats (Re- hoboth), Dogfish Head Craft Brewery (Lewes) and Tempest Fugit (Rehoboth). For more information, call 226- 3744, and leave a message. days prior to the programs is re- quired; call for times and costs. For information, call 422-0847. Lewes Senior Center to hold bazaar March 28 The Lewes Senior Center will sponsor a spring bazaar on Satur- day, March 28, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The center is located at 310 Nassau Park, north of Best's Store, and just outside of the Nas- sau Mobile Home Park. The bazaar will feature baked goods, crafts, small treasures, oldies but goodies, white ele- phants and a fortuneteller. A thrift shop will also be open. Lunch is available to eat-in or take out. For more information, call 645-9293 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., Mon- day through Friday. Abbott's Mill offers nature fun for all ages Egg experiences, a frog foray, canoeing and camping are just a few of the upcoming activities for children ages 3 to adult at Ab- bott's Mill Nature Center. On Saturday, March 28, kids 3 - 5 will gather to learn about eggs and the animals who lay them. Then, they'll collect grass to make a nest and decorate their own egg to place in it. Also on March 28, children 9-12 may meet at Ab- bott's Mill for a canoeing and camping experience at Trap Pond. Participants will learn how paddle a canoe safely, try their hands at pitching a tent and outdoor cook- ing, and identify the sounds of the night. Then on April 3, Delaware Na- ture Society naturalist and herb expert Jim White will lead a group of adults on an evening reptile and amphibian foray. Participants will learn about amphibian biology, basic capture-and-release tech- niques and how to recognize frog calls. Preregistration at least four Lewes Lions to host casino night The Lewes Lions Club will hold a casino night on Friday, March 27, from 7 p.m. to midnight, at the Nassau Fire Hall, off Route 1. Admission is $3 and includes beer, soda and sandwiches. Par- ticipants must be 21 or older to at- tend. Proceeds will benefit Lions programs for sight, hearing and diabetes. Tickets are available at the door or from any Lions Club member. For more information, call 645-1539 or 645-6117. Vendors sought for Bargains on Broadldll Organizers of BargainS on the Broadkill are recruiting craftspeo- pie and food vendors for this year's festival. Space is limited and interested people are urged to call as soon as possible. Bargains on the Broadkill is sponsored by the Milton Chamber of Commerce and will be held at the Milton Memorial Park, Saturday, Aug. 8, rain or shine, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The average vendor space is 15- feet by 20-feet and costs $30. For more information, or to have a contract sent, contact the Milton Chamber of Commerce at 684- 1011 or fax inquiries to 684-2509. Singles Supper Club meets at Victoria's The Friday Night Single Supper Club will hold its March dinner at Victoria's Restaurant, located at 2 Olive Ave., Rehoboth Beach, on March 27. The doors open at 6:30 p.m. with a buffet dinner at 7 p.m. Seating is limited to 60 people and preregistration by March 23 is a must. Total cost is $25. Single adults are urged to call for reser- vations at 945-4973 or 875-4199. fine mxican farG - uear round ursdays Fridays 00!00iJi00i00ii00i00!i ii!iiii!!iiiii!iiiiiiii00i I