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i: Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, MARCH 27 - MONDAY, MARCH 30, 2015 75 The 26th Annual Ocean to restrooms, food and beverages. Bay Bike Tour presented by SAG wagon support willbe avail- PNC Bank will begin at 7:30 able from 7:30 a.m. through 2:30 a.m., Saturday, April 18, in down- p.m. The Ocean to Bay Voler town Bethany Beach. Hosted jerseys are also available for pur- by the Bethany-Fenwick Area chase. New this year, participants Chamber of Commerce, cyclists and the community can celebrate region-wide will complete 5-, 30-, the ride and welcome visitors by 50-mile or metric century cours- tagging #OceanToBay on social es travelling throughout southern media. Delaware's scenic beach and bay The ceremonial start will be locales, held at 7:30 a.m. in downtown Registrants will receive access Bethany Beach for the show-and- to exclusive gifts and amenities go tour. The supporting sponsors including a long-sleeved tech of the event, Bishop's Landing, shirt, swag bag and rest stops Mediacom, NV Homes at the along each of the routes with Beach and ResortQuest, have played an active role in making NEW THIS YEAR, the bike tour more attractive for the cyclists. After the main event, PARTICIPANTS AND participants are invited to visit THE COMMUNITY CAN the Continue the Tour Post Party Tent with live entertainment CELEBRATE THE RIDE AND featuring Monkey Paw Duo as WELCOME VISITORS BY well as food, beverages, vendors TAGGING #OCEANTOBAY and prizes. All registrants will be entered ON SOCIAL MEDIA, to win special prize packages, awarded through a drawing of bib numbers. Further vouchers and specials will be available at many participating local busi- nesses throughout the Quiet Resorts. For those looking to stay overnight, participants who men- tion the Ocean to Bay Bike Tour will receive a 10 percent discount on their ResortQuest-Wyndham Vacation Rentals reservation when staying two nights or more. "With the expansion of the rest stop, post party tent and an unprecedented number of cy- clists registered at this point, the Ocean to Bay Bike Tour is shap- ing up to be a fantastic event," says chamber Executive Director Kristie Maravalli. "The chamber has increased its social media presence includ- ing a relaunch of Instagram, so we are going to have lot of fun with our cyclists and business community with the hashtag #OceantoBay." Registration is open, and fees will increase Wednesday, April 1. Individual, team and family fun groups may be registered with children under 5 riding for free. Registration can be completed by mail, email, or in person at the chamber; online registration is available through April 15. To reg- Milton Theatre' iComedy night for March 27 Milton Theatre will offer a NBC10 s Best Summer Gig Ever night of standup comedy at 8 Traffic Contest. He also made a p.m., Friday, March 27. guest appearance on NBC10 Live As the theatre's reputation for as a panel guest soon after. having amazing comics grows, Scott Friedman, also from New so does the audience. Headlining Jersey, will be featured in this this month is Vince Valentine show. When he's not on the air, from New Jersey. Valentine has Friedman can be seen making toured throughout the United his rounds in comedy clubs and States in "The Sopranos," an casinos at night. interactive parody of the HBO He is on The Borgata's regular TV series, roster of comics and has worked He was selected from 1,500with Jim Florentine from VH- actors as one of five finalists for l's "That Metal Show," Gilbert Godfried, Kevin Downey Jr. from "America's Got Talent," NJ's Bad Boy of Comedy Mike Marino and has opened for Dom Irrera at The Tropicana in front of 2,000 people. The host for the evening is Delaware native Keith Purnell, a fast-rising comic from Delaware. He's a high-energy performer whose quick wit, style and fast- paced humor make him a favorite of audiences young and old. Tickets are $15 with a cash bar available. For tickets or questions con- tact Premier Centre for the Arts at the Milton Theatre at 302-684- 3038,, info@ or stop in the theatre at 110 Union St., Milton. Rebirth of the Schwartz concert series kickoff a success fly sound effects, live audience ap- Brie )) plause and audience prompting signs as part of the show. This Ad Hoc Co, to perform performance is free and open to old-time radio show the public. For more information go to The Ad Hoc Touring Company will present an Old Time Radio Program at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Adult magic show set April 8, at the Lewes Public Li- brary. April 7 at Milton library This re-creation will be per- The Milton Public Library will formed by actors from the Ad host The Amazing Mark Zacha- Hoc Touring Company of Pos- ria for an adult magic show at 6 sum Point Players which has p.m., Tuesday, April 7. Zacharia many local residents as perform- provides an unforgettable expe- ers. rience as he leads audiences into In addition to several short the exciting and amazing world skits, they will perform "Win- of magic. ston's Will," a mystery written This program is free to the by a member and "The Memory public. For accessibility or more Club," something on the lighter information call 302-684-8856 side. and ask for Mary Catherine Hop- For those with fond memories kins, director. The Milton Public of old-time radio, and those with Library is at 121 Union St., Milton. a desire to leam more about the For directions go to www.milton. realm of old-time radio shows, and click on Hours & there will be live performance Directions. 19 Sensational Seasons! (Opening Fri., March 27th) We've missed you! Come sit in our sunny outdoor courtyard or grab something to go, Hours: thru Thurs. opening at 11am Join us Dinner 12-9 The Schwartz Center for the of all ages danced the night away ture Piedmont fingerpicking Arts welcomed hundreds of as the evening continued inside style, Kaukonen has captivated people to Dover March 19 as the Schwartz Center during a established fans and appealed to organizers celebrated the kickoff concert with Rebirth Brass Band. new audiences as he continues of the Rebirth of the Schwartz The Rebirth of the Schwartz to tour with his band Hot Tuna concert series featuring New Or- seven-show concert series, which and hold music workshops at his leans' Grammy Award-winning celebrates a new horizon of ex- home turned venue and school, Rebirth Brass Band. panded programming for theThe Fur Peace Ranch. Whilehis The evening began with a Schwartz Center, will continue at sound is steeped in folk blues ribbon-cutting ceremony with 7 p.m., Wednesday, April 1, with roots, Kaukonen has continued Mayor Robin R. Christiansen an intimate, solo performance an innovative and contemporary and Schwartz Center Executive by renowned songwriter andapproach to a classic style. Director Sydney Arzt, and con- guitar virtuoso ]orma Kaukonen. "We're excited to feature such tinued with a short parade led by Since the 1960s, Kaukonen has a talented artist with an endur- the Rebirth Brass Band and Del- consistently propelled the guitar ing importance to American Tech Drumline where patrons as a solo artist, original member music in the intimate setting ioined in the march decked out in of the Jefferson Airplane and of the Schwartz," says Arzt. their Mardi Gras-inspired best. A founding member of Hot Tuna. The concert will be held at The lively crowd featuring attendees Kaukonen's latest release, ' in't Schwartz Center For The Arts, In No Hurry," is an exacting folk 226 S. State St. in Dover. Tickets )More information: blues acoustic set, committed are $25 and can be purchased at to thoughtful songwriting and or by calling arrangements. With his signa- 302-678-5152. Serving our regular menu, plus Hand-carved Honey Ham $18.00 Glazed with Hawaiian pineapple ,,. and pepper sauce Rack of Lamb $21.00 New Zealand lamb served with demi-glace and tomatoes Prime Rib Beef $22.00 Slow-roasted and handcarved, served with horseradish cream and au jus. Easter Sunday Early Bird Savings 12-1:15 $4.00 off regular priced menu entr6es. Prices start at $14.50 Open 7 Nights Year-Round 19971