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68 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 27 - April 2, 1998 Humanities Forum offers several free April lectures in Sussex The Delaware Humanities Fo- rum, celebrating its 25th anniver- sary of supporting educational programming in Delaware, is sponsoring the following pro- grams during the month of April. All programs are free and open to the public: "Choices for the 21st Centu- ry." A four-part discussion series designed to bring citizens together to develop a public voice on cur- rent public policy issues; it will be hosted by three libraries in Sussex County. The discussions will take place at the Rehoboth Beach Library on April 7, 14, 21 and 28, from 7 to 9 p.m.; at the Millsboro Public Li- brary on May 7, 14, 21 and 28, from 6 to 8 p.m.; and at the South Coastal Library in Bethany Beach on April 2, 9, 16 and 23, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. "Japanese Storytelling." The Sussex County Arts Council will host storyteller Kati Kuroda as part of its series celebrating the cultures of Sussex County. These are classic Japanese ghost stories, told in English, incorporating techniques such as stylized pat- terns of walking, vocal exchanges, gestures and exaggerated move- ments gleaned from Japanese the- ater styles. Showhouse Continued from page 62 whose owners Angela and Jamie Waple and Terry and John O'Haz- za will help host the party. Designer Showhouse V at Sea Witch Manor will be open to visi- tors daily, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., during the entire month of April. For information on preview party tickets at $20 per person, and tour tickets at $10 per person, call Re- hoboth Art League at 227-8408. Kuroda will appear on April 1, at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m., in the Arts & Science Center Theater at Delaware Tech in Georgetown, and on April 3, at 9:30 a.m., at Shields Elementary School. Call the Sussex County Arts Council for more information. "When Enemies Become Friends: Vietnam 20 Years Later." This speakers bureau program, scheduled for April 1, will be hosted by the Adult Plus program at Delaware Tech and will feature Charlotte Staelin at 7 p.m. at the Atlantic Sands, Rehoboth Beach. Call 856-5618 for more informa- tion. "Preserving the Memories of World War II" is a speakers bu- reau presentation that will be giv- en by storyteller Ed Okonowicz at 12:15 p.m, April 2, at the Virden Center in Lewes. Call the Delaware Academy of Lifelong Learning, 645-8699, for more in- formation. "Impressionism: Beauty Bathed in Light," is another speakers bureau presentation, this one a slide program sponsored by the Rehoboth Art League, featur- ing the works of Monet, Renoir and Degas. Call the Rehoboth Art League for date and time, at 227- 8408. "The History of American Theater: 1970 to the Present." Musical examples are used as his- torical documents in this speakers bureau presentation by Lillian Balick. The Delaware State Federation of Women's Clubs will host the talk at the Sussex Pines Country Club at 1 p.m. on April 15. Call 629-8868 for more infor- mation. Notes from kaptain kidt my dear miss lydia pretty thank you for your letter also please thank your food person for typing it out for you she must be pretty nice when she is not upset about your running off with her toast at breakfast you ask my ad- vice there is nothing i can offer- about yelling except to expect it they do yell and there is no way to stop them just get under the sofa and wait it out i do however have a word about your future behavior if you are going to run off with food for cat- nips sake run off with something worthwhile like a chicken wing or a leg if you are big enough to car- ry it some cats go for fish and say it is better than lizard or frog but if you are just learning and are not allowed to get your own birds then a piece of chicken will do toast just doesnt satisfy when it comes to eating of course if you are only into stalking and pouncing well then i recommend a spool of thread she is bound to leave one around somewhere in the house a good swat with a forepaw and the thing will take off just like a mouse if you can wait until your food per- son has gone to work you can stalk the silly thing all day around chair legs and bouncing off the baseboards just stay away from the refrig- erator and you can have a lot of fun the washer is a nono too be- cause once a spool gets under one of those things only your food person can get it out and you dont need the yelling that goes with that process i hope this helps write to me again sometime kaptain NIGHTLY ENTRlgE SPECIALS - 25%'OFF! 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