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.I 18 TUESDAY, APRIL 2 - THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 2013 Cape Gazette TUESDAY, APRIL 2 Socrates CaM meets 1'.30 to 3:30 p.m., Lewes Public Library, Adams Ave., where peopm from different backgrounds dis- cuss ideas on existential/philosophical questions to gain a better understanding of human nature. All welcome. For details contact socratesnews@ao].com. Scrabble Night, 4 to 7:30 p.m., Rehoboth Beacn Pub]ic Library. For details call 227- 8044. Kent-Sussex industries Inc. to ho]d An- nuat Open House, 12:30 to 6:30 p.m., 301 N. Rehoboth Blvd Milford. For details cal .422-4014. xt. 3015. Toddler Story Time, 10 a.m.. Milton Public Library. Food For Thought, weekly discussion group of diverse folks raising thought- ful and provocative questions of mutual interest.'1:30 to 3 D.m, Rehoboth Beach Public Library. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3 Lewes Amateur Radio Society monthly meeting/luncheon, noon. The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille. Villages of Five Points. Lewes, For more information call 645-7328. Tot Time, 10:30 a.m.. Rehoboth Beach Library. Stories. music and movement for ages 1-3: Afternoon Jackpot Bingo, 11:30 a.m.. Cape Henlopen Senior Center. 11 Christian St., Rehoboth. Cost is $20. includes one game pack. three specials and refresh- ments. For information call 227-2055. Free Introduction to COmputers Class, 12:30 to 2 p.m.. Milton Public Library. Learn ~arts of a computer, get an emai address, earn to usethe internet ana more. Screening of "Protecktor" for Around the World filmseries, 7 p.m., upstairs screen,ng room. Movies at Midway. Free and open to public. For details go to re- or call 645-9095. Ext. 1 or 645-2733. Public Open House on proposed 6or- dons Pond Trail, 4 to 7 p.m.. Lewes Public Library, Second Floor Meeting Room. 111 Adams Ave.. Lewes. For details contact 739-9240 or susan.moerschel Single Seniors Beach Club to have lunch, 1230 p.m., Bella CaDri. Walmart Georgetown. For details call 947-4916. APRIL 4-6 - Lewes Presbyterian Church Rummage Sale, 133 Kings Hwy. Opening day is noon Thursday, April 4. with evening hours until 8 p.m. Sale to continue Friday, April 5, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bag day will be 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 6. All proceeds from the sale are give 1 to life and work of ehurch. For information call 645-0727. THURSDAY, APRIL 4 SocratesCaM, 1:30 to 3 p.m., Rehoboth Beach Public Library. Spirited gathering of peopm diverse in age, education and - experiences who exchange thoughtful ideas about ouestions in everyoay life. For more information email kmbdoremi@ Book discussiongroup totalk about "Inside Scientology" by Janet Reitman, 10 a.m. to noon. Lewes Public Library. An investigation of the origins, personalities and controversies of this uniquely Ameri- can religious movement. For information call 302-541-0507. Seaside Jewish Community to offer film, "image Before My Eyes," 7 p.m., 18970 Holland Glade Rd.. Rehoboth. Documentary produced by the Institute for Jewish Research. For details call 947- 2183. Bingo, doors open 6 p~m., game starts 7 p.m., Indian River Senior Center. Jackpot s~)ecial $250. For details call 934-8839. FRIDAY, APRIL S Opening of Four: No Reservation Re- c uired, 5 to 7 p.m.. Corkran and Tubbs galleries, Rehoboth Art League. Jack Knight and Martha Spak are featured artists fpr the new exhibit, which is ongoing through April 28. For more infor- mation call 227-8408 or go to rehobo- " DJ Sherman at American Legion Post 17 in Lewes, 6:30 p:m. DJ Sherman a~ American Legion Post 17 in Lewes 6:30 p.m. Dinner from 5 to 8 p.m. Call 645- 9965 for more information. Fish dinner fundraiser, 11 a.m.. St. Paul L hired Methodist Church. Chu rch Streel next to Brigmway Commons Apartments. Price per dinner is $10: fish sandwiches $7. For information call 422-0709 prior to the event and 424-1827 on the day of the event. Child ID program, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Rehoboth Beach Library. New York Life Insurance Company creating free identi- fication cards for child'en. Children must be accompanied Dy an adult. Free First Friday Musical Kirtan Perfor- mance and Second Year Anniversary, 6 to 8:30 o.m_ Kaya Wellness & Yoga, 301 Rehoboth Ave. Activities to include free chair massages, poor prizes and a chance to socialize with fellow yogis. Musical performance by Kirtan a rtists. Bring a drink or dish to share. For more information call 227-3450 or email info@ Shrimp NigM, 5 to 9 p.m., Rehoboth VFW. 101 State Rd Rehoboth. Open to Dublic. Day of anniversary specials at Re- hoboth Kaya Wellness & Yoga. Free Aerial Yoga classes 9 a.m., qtro to Aerial 10:30 a.m.. Friday Happy Hour 6 to 8 o.m. For details call 227-3450, Let's Go to the Movies for Kids: "Har- riet the Spy," 5:30 p.m., Milton Public Li- brary. All ages 17 and below need signed parental permission. Lunch Bunch Lecture: "But Enough About You: Dealing with a Narcissist." noon to 1:30 p.m., Delaware Hospice Cen- ter. 100 Patriots Way, Milford. Discussea by Dr. Judy Pierson. Lunch $5 per person. For details contact 856-7717. Ext. 1129 or vcosta Family Support Workshop: "Living Your Best Life," 2 to 5 p.m.. Delaware Hospice Center, 100 Patriots Way, Milford. Dis- cussed by Dr. Judy Pierson. For details contact 856-7717. Ext. 1129 or vcosta@ APRIL 6-7 16th Annual Delaware Resorts Home Expo, Rehoboth Beach Convention Cen- ter. Free and open to public. Prospective exhibitors should call 236-0857. 2OOth Anniversary of War of 1812 in historic Lewes, various events at Ca ~)e Henlopen State Park and St Peter's Church Hall. For details call 645-7670 or go to 9th Annual Delaware Horse Expo, 9 a.m., Delaware State Fairgrounds, Har- rington. $7 each day, children 12 and under'free. For details call 398-5194 or go to SATURDAY, APRIL 6 Artist Martha Spak to host workshop, Creating Atmo,~phere in Seascapes. I to 2:30 p.m.. Tubbs Galle~y of Rehoboth Art League. For more information call 227- 8408 or go to From Cocoon to Butterfly: Soul Food for Healing and Transformation. noon to a p.m., Cordrey Center, Millsboro. Register by emailing or call 227-6745 or email judithpierson@ Benefit for The Way Home inc., 5:30 p.m., Irish Eyes, 213 Anglers Road. Lewes. The event features entertainment by award-winning singer and songwriter Doug James, a buffet dinner and silent auction. Tickets are $40 a person or $75 for a couple. To reserve tickets phone 856-9870. The Way Home is a non-profit organization ocated in Georgetown tna~ provides support services to ex- - offenders. First Semi-Annual Bowling and Corn- hole Tournament, 10 a.m.. 1103 S. Central Avenue. Laurel. Half of I: roceeas will benefit the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition. Cost for team is $50 per team: $25 person. Registration forms available at Bryan's Bowling Center, 1103 South Central Ave.. Laure] and at bryansbowl- Insight Meditation Community of Lewes to hold half-day retreat includ- ing Dharma talk on topic of Imperma- nence, 9 a.m. to noon. St. Peter's Parish Hall. 2nd & Mulberry. Suggested donation $10 For details contact cauinn@quinnas- or 644-7650. Rainbow Chorale Spring Concert: Fami- ,y Gathering, 4 p.m., Epwortn UM Church "9285 Holland Glade Rd.. Rehoboth Beach. $15 in advance, $20 at door. For aetails ortickets go to therainbowcho- or call 888-512-5093. 6th Delaware Train Show, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m,. Nur Shrine Center. Rt. 13/198 S. Du- Pont Hwy, New Castle. Over 150 tables of trains, accessories, slotcars, and some toys. $3 adults, free children under 12. $10 early buyers 8 a.m. admission. Swing Into Spring Third Annual Vii- lage Improvement Association Fashion Show and Luncheon, Boardwalk and Grenoble Place. Rehoboth Beach. Reser- vations required, $30: call 226-2721 or go to 16th Annual Beach Ride & Walk, Cape HenloDen State Park. 530 adults, $15 children. To register online go to For details or to become a sponsor call 644-1920 or go to Minecraft Tournament, 3 to 6 ~.m.. Lewes Public Library. Open to students ages 12 and up. For reservations or details call 645-2733. Milton Theatre to present "What's My Line," 1 p.m. and 7 p.m.. Milton Fire Ha . oowntown Milton. $10. For details call 684-3400. Spring Fling Indoor Yard Sale, 9 a.m. to I p.m., Long Neck UMC. For details contact 945-9453 or Iongneckumc@msn. com. "The Doctor is In," 11 a.m., Zwaanen: dael Museum, 102 Kings Hwy., Lewes. Historic-site interpreter Curt Stickel will portray Dr. James Tilton. Free. For details call 645-1148. Baltimore Ravens running back Ber- nard Pierce to sign autographs, 2:30 to 4 p.m., ATI Physical Therapy, Seaford. Autographs $30 each, extra $10 for in- scfiptions. For details call 856-3300 or go to " Bar Bingo, 2 to 4 p.m., American Legion Post 5. 300 King Charles Ave.. Rehoboth. For details call 227-8999 Bar Bingo, 3 to 5 p.m.. VFW 7447Men's Aux., 101 State Rd., Rehoboth. For details call 227-3469. SUNDAY, APRIL 7 Bar Bingo, 2 p.m.. American Legion Post 17. Lewes. Proceeds to benefit the Amer- can Legion scholarship. Lunch served by the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 17. Call 645-9965 for more information. The Eastern Orthodox community of Saint Andrew will hold a Cross Venera- tion at 9:30 a.m.. Sunday, April.7. The cross, decorated with flowers, is brougm forth into the congregation wittl the call to humility and fasting. The service will be held at the church's new location " 33384 MacKenzie Way, Lewes. Visitors wel(~ome. All services are in English. For more information, call 302-645-5791 or go ~o Dining with Progressives, 5 ~.m.. Fish On, Villages of Five Points. Lewes. Re- pealing the death penalty in Delaware wil be topic of meeting, moderated by Scott Bass. executive director of Murder Victims' Families for Reconciliation. Res- ervations required. Call Joanne Cabry at 226-5019. Chicken and Dumpling Dinner, ~ to 5 " p.m.. Milford Blue Hen VFW Post 6483. Open to public. $10/person. takeouts@11. Free for children 6 and under. Proceeds benefit Blue Hen VFW Post's veteran & community charitable programs. For de- tails call 422-4412 after noon. April Fools Toy Show, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.. Nur Shrine Temple. Rt. 13/]98 S. DuPont Hwy., New Castle. $5 for adults, children under 12 free. $10 early buyers-9 a.m. admission. For'details go to or call 856-3606. Worldwide Film Premiere of "Two Who Dared," a film commemorating Holocaust Remembrance Day, 7 p.m.. Unitarian ,~ niversalists of Southern Dela- ware, 33738 Marsh Rd. #2. Lewes. Free. For details or reservations contact peggy- or 645-6334. or go to CAMP Rehoboth Chorus concert, Broadway Our Way, 3 p.m., Possum Hall. 441 Old Laurel Rd. Georgetown. Tickets $20: call 227-5620 or go to camDre- Wine Tasting to benefit Sussex County Habitat For Humanity, 4 to 6 p.m., Bin 66. Rt. 1. $22/person in advance, $27/ person at door. 21+. For details or reset- vations call 855-1153. Ext. 209 or email Melissa For tickets go to sussexn4weekend.corr The Funsters to perform, 1 to 4 p.m., American Legion Post 28. Tickets $10. For details go to or call 945-1673. Single Seniors Beach Club Board Meet- ing, 1 p.m. Bob Evans, Rehoboth. For details call 947-4916. MONDAY, APRIL 8 Socrates CaM, 6 to 7:30 p.m., Rehoboth Beach Public Library. Spirited gathering of people diverse n age, education and expenences WhO excnange thoughtful ideas about questions in everyday life. For more informa- tion email kmbdore- Monday Fun- day, 4 p.m., Rehoboth Beach Library. A different ana unique craft each week for ages 7-12, Preschool story time, 11 a.m, Reh0both Beach Library. Stories and story-related crafts for ages 4-5. Bingo, 6 p.m.. American Legion Post 28. ower hall Legion Rd., Millsboro. Open to public. I P,R,I,M,E, time, 10 to 11 a.m.. Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge auditorium. Preschooler Reading Initiative to Magnify the Environment. Free. Preregistration reauired: call 684-8419. TUESDAY, APRIL 9 Delaware Watercolor Society's Tues- day meeting presents The Sl y's the Limit - Painting the Sky, 10 a.m to noon. Glade Clubhouse. 16 Glade Farm Drive. Rehoboth. Join Gall Zinsar ano other DWS membe ~s to lea m different techniaues ana approaches to creating interesting and dynamic skies. Free for memDers;.$10 for guests. Light refresh- ments, door prizes. Formore information call 684-1457 or go to delawarewaterco]- Book discussion group to talk about "The Art of Fielding" by Chad.Harbach, 1-3 p.m., Selbyville library. One man's failure to attain perfection on the baseball field reveals the pain and beauty that life offers. For information call 302-541- 0507. Spring Migration Bird Walk, 8 a.m.. Seaside Nature Center at Ca~)e HenloDen State Park. Binoculars and field guides available to borrow or bring your own. Ages 10 and olaer with an adult. For information and to Dreregister ca] 645- 6852. "Mahvelous Moss" presented by Mary Hall, I o.m.. Carvel Research and Educa- tion Center. 16483 County Seat Hwy., Georgetown. Preregistration req aired: contact 856-2585 Ext. 544 or tammys~ Free. Socrates CaM meets 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Lewes Public Library, Adams Ave.. wnere people from different backgrounds dis- cuss ideas on existential/philosophical questions to gain a petter understanding of human nature. All welcome. For details contact socratesnews Toddler Story Time, 10 a.m., Milton Public Library. Food For Thought, weekly discussion group of diverse folks raising thoughtful and provocative questions of mutual in- terest. 1:30 to 3 p.m., Rehoboth library. Community Health Awareness Night, 6, FellowshipHall, Epworth UM Church. For details contact miss- or 645-9711. Single Seniors Beach Club dinner, 5:30 pimi. Chinatown Buffet. For details call 947-4916.