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try - YeeI ,g li.tqA .8 dtrmM ,sJbi-/,XaWXXAD XqAO 70 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 28- April $, 1997 Cape Park offers summer camp Applications are now available for day camp programs at the Sea- side Nature Center at Cape Hen- lopen State Park. The popular na- ture-oriented camps feature hikes, outdoor activities, games and crafts dealing with the natural en- vironment of Cape Henlopen State Park and Sussex County. Week-long, half-day (3 hour) ses- siom are available for 4 and 5 year olds. Week-long, full-day (7.5 hours) are available for 8 and 9 year olds, l0 and 11 year olds and 12 to 15 year olds. For working parents who find it difficult to drop off and pick up their children at the beginning and end of camp, pre-and post camp sessions will be available this year for all day camps. The pre-camp session will begin at 7:30 a.m. and the, post camp will run from the end of camp at 4 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. Each session features age-ap- propriate crafts, gameS and other activities. The cost is $10 for the pre-camp session, $15 for the post-camp session and $25 for both, in addition to the regular camp fee. The Dolphin Club is designed for the youngest naturalist. Four and five year olds will discover how fins, feathers, fur and other adaptations allow animals to sur- vive in the wild. Outdoor activi- ties, crafts and games geared to stimulate young minds will high- light this nature discovery pro- gram. Two Dolphin Club sessions are scheduled for June 23-27, and July 21-25, from 9 a.m. to noon. The cost for this camp is $50 per child. Earth Stars is a full day camp for 8 and 9 year olds that will ex- plore the creatures that inhabit Cape Henlopen with special focus on the adaptations that help them find food, capture prey, attract a mate or avoid predators. Hands-on science activities combined with hikes, games and crafts will high- Nature Center looking for volunteers The Seaside Nature Center at Cape Henlopen State Park is seek- ing active, energetic and outgoing men and women, 18 years o old= er, to assist the nature center staff with the daily operation of the center. Volunteers would work a mini- mum of four hours, one day per week. Responsibilities will include greeting visitors, answering phones, handling public program registration, operating resale cash register and other assorted office tasks. Volunteer applications are available at the Seaside Nature Center. All applicants will be inter- viewed and successful applicants will be required to attend several evening or weekend orientation and t raining sessions, and a parl facilities tour. For information, call the center at 645-6852. fight this camp. Two sessions of this camp are scheduled for July 7-11 and July 28-Aug. 1, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The cost for this camp is $100 per child. Junior Naturalists is also a full day camp in which participants explore the world of Cape Hen- lopen's wild creatures and the adaptations that allow them to sur- vive in the wild. Seining, crab- bin S , hikes, games and crafts are some of the activities included. This camp is offered July 14-18, and Aug. 4-8 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The cost is $100 per child. This year, two new camps are being offered for 12 to 15 year olds. Voyager Camp is a four day camp for active, outdoor-oriented youngsters. In the spirit of the "voyageurs" who were hired to transport men and goods into the wilderness in colonial North America, participants will explore some of Delaware's most beauti- ful waterways by canoe and hike the. wild, open spaces of Delaware's beautiful state parks. In addition, campers will travel back in time to the Civil War era when they visit Pea Patch Island and Fort Delaware. This camp is offered June 30-July 3 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and costs $120 per child. Space is limited; early reg- istration is a must. The Young Ranger Camp is of- fered August 11-15 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is also for those aged 12-15. Tiffs camp focuses on careers related to natural re- sources and parks and recreation. Participants will interact with nat- ural resource professionals and learn about the education required to enter the field, and participate in resource management, preser- vation and restoration projects. The cost is $120 per child. Re-Opening Thursday,00 April 3rd for OLIF 11 th Great Season! iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiii00i!i i i ! i iii i!i i!iiiii! iiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ii!!iii iii  iiiIIii?iiiiiiiiii?iiiii ...... :::::::::::::::::::::::: ........................... :,:: ! .............. ================================= :: :::":'::*:'": :*:::::i/iI!i!iiii!!!C%::! Reservation am recommended to avoid diaappoinlmo'nt. IRISH EYES EVERY FRIDAY Happy Hour & Munchies at Full Lunch & Dinner Menu Thurs. - Sun. 11:30 - 1 a.m. 6 T.V.'S FOR ALL SPORTS - CHILD FRIENDLY- Children Welcome Crab Imperial & Prime Rib "SenA/lOay. Our regular menu ao avaibble Lamp Post Let us eook your EASTER DINNER Bring the whole family[ Smoked Alaskan Salmon with marim chem & reined peppers .......... . Salad of Mixed Chicories & Field Greens with w/bacm, blue cheese, sl:ed waln ancl qle ,q tepped with sauteed shrimp, prosciutto ham, dried tomto and roared garlic area .............. .. MAINS Roast Young Turkey with sage & celery dreein 8, whipped ptatom, giblet gravy & cranberry sauce ... $9. Roast Prime Rib of Beef au jus, tender and slow roasted Queen $q. King tl'/.q Grilled Center Cut Lamb with a roasted shallot & wild mushroom demi glacet Hickory Smoked Baked Virsjnia Ham served with a fresh pineapple-piden rain sauce ........................................................... . J Broiled Fresh Boneless Local Shad Fillet in wine butter sauce, lemon . .Sl.q Stuffed Shad Fillet w/duxelles (mushroom puree) and saffron-herb sauce... Pan Fried Fresh Local Shad Roe mthetradiUona]style with grilled bacon " .tl4.qll Shad Duo 1/2 order of shad roe and i/2 order of broiled shad fillet .......... Broiled Fresh Local Rockfish Fillet served with tarter sauce and lemon . .ll.q Rockfish Rehoboth Beach Style topped with sauteed artichoke hearts, dried tomatoes, garlic, sweet red pepper and ' red onion ..... : ................................................... , .... $11k4 Seafood, Duck and Smoked Venison Sausage Gumbo File shrimp, scallop, musseLs, slices of duck breast and veon sausage stammered h a rich cooked down dark roux, onion, ceky and pepper seasot broth, served with white rice and file powder (served with no other vege) ................. .$15.95 All dinners include soup, Caesar style salad bowl, fresh vegetable & Lamp Post bread basket. FEATURED DESSERTS ChecolaAlmend Torte, raspber, coulis  Maple Flan $-i Our Special Easter Menu will be available from 1 p.m. served by the friendliest staff in the area. -- Reservations not needed -- A Local Favorite Since 1962 R Open Daily 7a.m. Breakfast:. Lunch Dinner t. 1 at Rt. 24 Rehoboth (302) 645-9132 Subscribe today: Call 645-7700 1 15 Wilmington Avenue Friday, March 28th "The Joy Buzzers" RENOBOTH'S FAVORn'E FAMILY PUB & RESTAURANT IS NOW EVEN MORE RELAXED & COMFORTABLE Wood Burning Illef Stove * All New Barstools with Padded Seats & Backs Kid's Menu Kid's Video 71/ FRIDAY HAPPY HOUR 4-7 Comp#meraaO, Nots O'oewaes OPEN THURS. - SUN. THURS. 5-1 am. FRL 4-1 a.m. SAT  SUK NOON-la.m.