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..o 80 FRIDAY, MARCH 27 - MONDAY, MARCH 30, 2015 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette [i CAMP Rehoboth Chorus, a nist David Zipse and a fabulous program of CAMP Rehoboth emcee, Hoda Hollywood. Community Center, recently an- This dynamic and versatile nounced its final 2015 concert, presentation showcases favorite And the Winner Is .... willbe held award-winning songs from a at 3 p.m., Sunday, March 29, at the variety of genres. Represent- Arts and Science Center Theater ed are country, gospel, R & B, at Delaware Technical Commu- folk, movie and musical theater nity College, 21179 College Ave., tunes, as well as a surprise or Georgetown. The venue is con- two'ofnumbers that didn't quite veniently situated at the major win but should have. Some won traffic arteries of Route 113 and Grammys, some won Oscars, Seashore Highway, Route 18/404. and a couple were voted into the Featured in the concert are Grammy Hall of Fame. more than 80 harmonic voices All of this is tied up nicely with led by Artistic Director Doug wit and a dab of sophistication. Yetter, five professional band Band members take opportu- members directed by accompa- nities to perform a couple of rousing numbers on their own, too. The show appeals to various musical tastes, and the audience will certainly recognize most of the selections. CAMP Chorus is a diverse volunteer group of singers who reside throughout Sussex Coun- ty. They are proud to call CAMP Rehoboth Community Center their home base. Performers appear not only as a full chorus but also as an ensemble, in small groups, and as soloists. During spring and summer months, the chorus performs free outreach concerts at local senior centers and senior living facilities as well as other community events. This family-friendly event is the final 2015 production in Georgetown. Tickets are $20 from CAMP Re- hoboth; call 302-227-5620 during weekday office hours or go to 'If You Don't, I Will' to be screened April 1 at Movies at Midway The Rehoboth Beach Film So- ciety, Lewes Public Library, and Movies at Midway will pres- ent "If You Don't, I Will" as April's film for the Around the World film series at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 1, in the up- st rs screening room at Movies at vlidway. The Around the World film se- More information: ries presents critically acclaimed, international, independent films. The generous sponsorship of Movies at Midway allows the screenings to be free and open to the public. "If You Don't, I Will" looks at a middle-aged couple, Pierre and Pomme, whose marriage is in decline. The ardor has cooled, and spontaneity has given way to predictability. Pomme is con- vinced that Pierre is bored with herand having an affair. One day, while on a hike together, Pomme declares her independence by deciding to stay in the woods rather than go back to her under- whelming life. She begins a meditation on where her life should go next, with or without Pierre. In the end ,they are forced to contemplate the strength of their relation- ship and their commitment to each other. For more informa- tion on this series, other events visit or call 302-645-9095. SUBMITTED PHOTO CAMP REHOBOTH CHORUS will perform its final show of the season March 29. Shown are (I-r) Dave Succimarra, Gwen Osborne and Joe DiSalvo. [ Organic... Go Healthy... Go Freshly Squee '. featuring Homemade Quiches, C pes & Crbme French Toast Fresh Fruit Smoothies & Juices Gourmet Sandwiches & Organic Salads Gluten-free Options Hours. Fri. 9-3, Sat. - Sun. 8-4 (CiosedM0n. Thurs.) (302) 227-4909 12 Wilmington Ave. Rehoboth Beach, DE GilbertoRodriguez exhibit to open March 30 in Georgetown The Upper Crust in George- town will present Gilberto K driguez's exhibit Journey Through Colors from Monday, March 30 through Friday, April reception will be held from 12:30 to 2 p.m., Friday, April 10, when attendees will be able to GILBERTO RODRIGUEZ'S "Hiding." discuss with Rodriguez his in- spiration. Light refreshments will be served. There is no charge for the event. Currently, Rodriguez lives in Ellendale; he is originally from Cuithihuac, Veracruz-Llave, Mex- ico. He was bom in June 1965, and his first art works were at the age of 6 used acrylics on canvas and boards. Rodriguez often will paint with vibrant colors. He has a wide array of interests, from paint- ing landscapes, individuals, and miniatures to painting furniture, particularly children's table and chair sets of wild animals. He is currently painting landscapes with old buildings. Rodriguez has done shows at Delaware-State University, Rehoboth Art League, Art Addic- tion in Wilmington, the Hispanic Festival, Rehoboth Beach In- dependent Film Festival and currently has a piece of art on permanent display at the George- town Public Library. Other works of art can be found at guezgilberto65. The Upper Crust is at 7 E. Market St. in George- town. Friday, April 10,2015 5:00 - 8:00pm First Street Station ~:OOpm $10 Admission Includes Discounts, Drinks, Desserts and Delectable Treats from the Best Local Restaurants in Participating Stores! SHOP LOCAL AND SUPPORT A GOOD CAUSE! Live Music by Paul CuUen at First StreetStation Purchase tickets at-Azura, South Moon Under, Something Comfortable, Heidi Lowe GaUery, and the Rehoboth Beach Main St~ Office DOWNTOWNRB.COM pe azette I I II