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CAPE GAZE'rI, Friday, March 28- April 3, 1997 - 69 DNS offering, variety of activities during April Registration is now underway short hike along the stream look- Pre-registration is required for for programs at Abbott's Mill Na- hag for frog eggs, dipping for new- all programs. Call Abbott's Mill ture Center, located near Milford. ly-hatched tadpoles and listening Nature Center at 422-0847 for Programs include: for spring peepers, program fees and registration. Turtle Alert, Saturday, April   $10.00 OFF WITH COUPON 1 m= 12'9:30"ll:30a'm"frages9"  Fe ""%, -e=s f .  12; bring your concern for turtles elinn 0 to Abboott's Mill to learn about the ..  =a everyoay| lifestyles of local species and help me t life ? make turtle crossing signs for near . the pond. Canoe trip to the headwaters I Treat yourself to a soothing relaxing message. It works wonders to ease I of Abbott' s Pond, 1-3:30 p.m., the pressures of everyday life. Call now to schedule on appointment Howard J. berle's =A Moveable Feast  is the latest in a se- Saturday, April 12 for families 1 8 a.m. to gp.m. Evening  weekend appointments also available. 1 ries by this artist whose work is being exhibited at the PemJn- with children ages eight and up; " Christine Hopkins of John Lorraine's m mtla Collation in Lewes. survey of active beaver engineer- I Rt. f & Ann Avenue, Rehobot Beach. 226.0104 or 227.3837 I @ National exhibition WJJJLICI"*'' S adaptationsing and learnthatabOUtequipthetheSpecialbeaver II... , $10.00 OFF WITH COUPON l prints on display in Lewes Art lovers who appreciate the simplicity and negative space of the watercolors of Howard Eberle will now be able to review a changing selection of his work at the Peninsula Collection Gallery on Savannah Road in Lewes. Eberle exhibited at the Re- hoboth Art League outdoor show last year and subsequently was in- vited to have a one man show in the fall. Prints of his works sold so well that they had to be re- stocked several times. The latest in the series, "A Moveable Feast", is due out this spring, the original having won first prize in the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society's 17th Nation- al 1uried Exhibition last year. The work shows a crowd of empty chairs and tables outside a Pads bistro, a scene frequented by Ernest Hemingway whose book by the same name Eberle took as his title for the piece. "A Moveable Feast is typical of Eberle's style, but contains more subject matter than he usually paints, his philosophy tending to- ward 'less is more'," said Tony Boyd-Heron, gallery owner. "His talent begins with seeing what others do not - beauty and interest Sports auction to benefit Del Ag Museum April 12 Autographed baseballs, oppor- tunities to be a batgirl or batboy, a 29-foot sailboat, tickets to NASCAR races at Dover Downs, baseball cards and memorabilia will all be up for bid at the Annual Benefit Auction at the Delaware Agriculture Museum and Village. The Auction will be held on Sat- urday, April 12 and will open with a flea market, book and bake sale at 8 a.m. The gavel falls for the t-n'st time at 9:30 a.m. Refresh- ments will be available. Admis- sion is free. For more information, call (302) 734-1618. NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Dandelion festival April 12 in Rehoboth The second annual Dandelion Festival at All About Herbs locat- ed on Highway One in Rehoboth Beach. Food, contests, door prizes, classes, t-shirts, face paint- ing and more will be featured at the festival from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the commonplace. The strong shadows, vivid textures and graphic compositions all demon- strata Howard Eberle's clear sense of detail. It is this attention to de- tail and fascination for light which draws, captivates and touches the emotions of his admirers." The Peninsula Collection is tak- ing orders now for the limited edi- tion print. Call 645-0551 for more information. for his semi-aquatic lifestyle and for dam and ledge construction. Getting Ready for Spring, 10- 11:15 a.m., Saturday, April 19, for ages three to five; help Abbott's Mill get ready for warm weather visitors - songbirds; clean out birdboxes, put out nesting materi- al and set up watering stations along with putting together a bird- house kit to take home. Frogs and Pollywogs, 10-11 a.m., Monday, April 21, for ages one-and-a-half to two-and-a-half; meet a frog close up and take a l00ighthouse estaurant At Fisherman's Wharf in Lewes. 645.6271 REHOBOTH LOCATION NOW OPEN Menu... with Full '" ALL YOU CAN EAT EARLY BBQ, RIBS & CmCKEN BIRD The Special starts off with BBQ Chicken, MENU BBQ Baby Back Ribs & BBO Beef Ribs. After the initial order you may re-order any of the above. Offer available until elostng. The Kids Love our CHILDREN'S MENU Pizza, Dinosaur nuggets & Lots Morel All specials not available for Carry Out or Early Bird from *8.95 (Early Bird til 6:30 pm) REGUIaMt MENU from *9.95 Route 1. Rehoboth 62nd St 131st St. & Coastal Hwy. (302) 227-1777 & Coastal Hwy. (410) 250-3100 Fri. & Sat. 4 p.m. (410) 524-RIBS Carry-Out (410) 250-3131 Sun. 3 p.m. Open Fri. Sat, & r,',0n, 4 p,m, Open Thurs.. Fri.. Sat. 4 p.m. Sun, 3:3, pm. Sun. 3:30 p.m.