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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 27 - April 2, 1998 - 75 Rehoboth Art League offers Impressionism lecture April 2 Art teacher and historian Sandra Denney will give a lecture focus- ing on Impressionism April 2, at 7 p.m., in the Chambers Studio at the Rehoboth Art League. Slides of representative works will be shown to illustrate Claude Monet's search for immediacy, Pierre Auguste Renoir's respect for tradition and Edgar Degas' in- terest in realism. Historical backround and stylis- tic analysis highlight the speaker's exploration of their struggles and eventual success. This lecture is presented courtesy of the Delaware Humanities Forum, a state-based agency of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Denney received both a B.S. with honors (elementary educa- tion) and an M.A. (art history) from the University of Delaware. Subsequently, she completed post-graduate study in Italy during two consecutive summers. She has lectured for Washing- ton College, the University of Maryland Extension Division and the Delaware Humanities Forum Speaker's Bureau. She taught a variety of art history courses for the University of Delaware Exten- sion Division. As a teacher in public schools, Denney wrote a series of booklets on artists with accompanying teacher's manuals as a part of an art history program for young people. She currently teaches at Skyline Middle School, where more than PPPs set reading 'in the round' of 'Arsenic and Old Lace' To many, "Arsenic and Old Lace," starring Cary Grant, is an all-time favorite movie. The Ad Hoc Touring Company, an informal group devoted to de- veloping and improving script reading and acting skills, invites the public to help recreate this film classic by reading the script "in the round," on Tuesday, April Briefl,00 Cape Senior Center rummage sale set The Cape Henlopen Senior Center will hold its annual rum- mage sale on Friday and Saturday, April 3-4. Hours will be from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday; 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday. Items for sale will include used clothing, jewel- ry and other accessories, as well as white elephants. Proceeds will benefit the senior center. For de- tails call the center at 227-2055. 7, and Wednesday, April 22, in the Green Room of the Possum Point Players in Georgetown. The Ad Hoc Touring Company meets on the first Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month, under the sponsorship of the Pos- sum Point Players. Meetings be- gin at 7:30 p.m. day's hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday's hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Among the items to be dis- played will be American and Eu- ropean period and country furni- ture, folk art, porcelains, fine art, jewelry, prints and accessories. Exhibiting companies include Campbell & Campbell of Basking Ridge, N.J.; Harpers Antiques and Interiors of Lewes; The Spencer Membership is open to the pub- lic, who are invited to participate as readers or as observers. No ex- perience is necessary. The group also offers a variety of reader theater productions to nonprofit organizations at no charge. For more information and direc- tions, call 856-3460 or 945-4973. Collection of Severna Park, Md.; The Rathbun Gallery of Wake- field, R.I.; Marshy Hope Nautical Antiques of Taylor's Island, Md.; La Chiffonniere of Alexandria, Va.; Dee Wilhelm Antiques of Grand Blanc, Mich.; Windles An- tiques of Wilmington; American Spirit Gallery of Lebanon, Ohio; and many others. For information, call 215-862-5828. .At The New Devon Inn 2rid & Market-Lewes 645-7755 Huling Cove sponsors Lancaster trip April 9 Huling Cove CHEER Center will host a bus trip to Lancaster, Pa., on Thursday, April 9. The trip will include a shopping stop, a matinee show of "Behold the Lamb" and dinner. For more in- formation, call Sally Johnson at 645-9239. Museum resumes spring schedule The Delaware Agriculture Mu- seum and Village has extended its visiting hours. From April 1 through Dec. 31, the museum will be open to visitors Tuesday through Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and on Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. The museum is located just south of Delaware State Universi- ty on Route 13 in Dover. More in- formation on programs and tours is available by calling 302-734- 1618. First State Antiques Show returns to 'The Bob' The Bob Carpenter Center, on the Newark Campus of the Uni- versity of Delaware, will once again host the First State Antiques Show. The dates are Saturday and Sunday, March 28 and 29. Satur- 100 students are members of her Art History Club. This event is free and open to the public. Please call the Rehoboth Art League in Henlopen Acres, at 227-8408 for directions or other information. Three Great New Reasons To Have Lunch At The Buttery Grilled Portabella Mushroom on Baby Field Greens with Basil Pesto Balsamic Vinaigrette Spice Rubbed Chicken Breast with Avocado-Orange Salsa on Baguette Tequila-Lime Glazed Shrimp with Pineapple-Cilantro Salsa __ . Check out the other 24 great new reasons ll" on our New Spring Lunch Menu, ,1,o 3 o  11 - . DIIC/RFROM5 00o'Htl{ {000(1 ($14.95PrixFixDinner'ti16:30) '/' 7 SUNDAY BRUNCeH 10:30 t 2:30 C-V Grace, Sophistication and Oceanfront Dining. A Wide Selection of Appetizing Cuisine Prepared with Expertise and Finesse Served by a Professionally Trained Staff. WHETHER IT'S BREAKFAST, LUNCH, AFTERNOON TEA OR A PRIVATE PARTY, FOR THAT SPECI/kL OCCASION, VICTORIA'S IS THE PLACE TO Go. VICI'ORIA'S SUNDAY BRUNCH IS A SELECTION OF FINE FOODS AND QUALITY SERVICE 10 A.M. - 2 P.M. Reservat/om Suested Where the only thing we overlook is the In the Four Diamond Boardwalk Plaza Hotel Olive Ave. & The' Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach 227-0615