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78 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 24 - March 30, 2000 Rehoboth Art League will host a "Young at Art" exhibit April 8-29 featuring children's art from Sussex County and beyond.  It is a juried exhibit of elementary and middle school artists, works by children in the programs of Very Special Arts of Delaware, and finalists from the Delaware Foundation for the Visual Arts statewide competition. Above is one of the ex. amples of what visitors will see when they stop by the CorkranfIbbs galleries. NOW OPEN DAILY am- pm Burkett booksigning March 25 Christopher Burkett will be at the Edward Carter Gallery of Lewes from 3 to 6 p.m., Saturday, March 25, to autograph copies of his new book and discuss his photography exhibit. "Sunset, Great Sand Dunes; Colo.." (above) can be seen at the gallery located at the Inn at Canal Square, 122 Market Street. Miss Delaware Teens must register by April 5 The search is on for Miss 2000 Delaware Teen. This year's win- ner will receive a $30,000 schol- arship from Johnson and Wales University and represent the state of Delaware in the Miss 2000 United States Teen Competition held at the Hard Rock Caf6's Hard Rock Live Theater, Univer- sal Studios, Fla. Miss 2000 U.S. Teen will re- ceive close to $100,000 in schol- arships, cash and prizes, includ- ing a $25,000 modeling contract from Empire Talent in Los Ange- -les. Girls between the ages of 13 and 19 as of July 22, 2000 are eli- gible. All contestants will be judged in four areas: personal in- terview, swimwear, evening wear and commercial presentation. For more information, call 407- 523-9015. All applications must be re- ceived by April 5. ,,,4 c/V/. A $3 5 per person g 2 Prime Rib, Fresh Chicken, Crab Cakes Catch of the Day, Fresh Vegetables, Garden Salad & Dessert (cash bar) Reservations: 645-7220 9 or toll free, 877-280-3488 E 00hoboth Art Leagu e to celebrate young artists with exhibit April 8 to 29 A children's exhibit, "Young at Art," will be on display from April 8 through April 29 at the Rehoboth Art League. An opening reception for this exhibit will be held from noon to 2 p.m., Satur- day, April 8. The children's artwork will be on display in the Corkran/Tubbs Galleries. This colorful and imaginative exhibit will feature two- and three-dimensional works of art by elementary and middle school stu- dents in Sussex County and is sponsored by the Rehoboth Out- lets. Also featured in the exhibit are the winners of the annual Delaware Foundation for the Vi- sual Artslcompetition, a grouping of talented hig h school students who excel in painting and draw- ing. The Rehoboth Art League will also display the winners of the Derrickson Scholarship at the Young at Art show. Each year the art league is given the opportunity to award the James Kenneth Derrickson Memorial Scholarship to creative students interested in art in ele- mentary, middle and high school. Teachers from the area submit artwork to the League and then a winner is chosen in each division based on the students' work and the teachers' recommendations. Winners are given a scholarship to include one year's free tuition to all of Rehoboth Art League's functions, events and art classes. This exhibit, and the reception, are free and open to the public. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m, Monday through Saturday. For more information, call the Rehoboth Art League at 227- 8408. with Kelly Terra n ova and special guests Randy Owens & Tommy Highland SATURDAY, MARCH 25 8 PM Lighthouse Restaurant AT FISHERMAN'S WHARF IN LEWES. 645-6271 Open Daily 7 am - 9 pm BEST VIEW IN LEWES