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Taggart exhibiting at Blue Moon Very Special Arts-Delaware (VSA-DE) is accepting proposals for funding arts programs in pub- lic schools and in sites which both serve children and adults with dis- abilities. Funding options are available. Artists in Residence grants will provide the services of a profes- sional artist to the schools and sites. The artist will work on a project for up to two weeks. Training grants will offer sup- port for staff training which would demonstrate arts programs with adaptations for individuals with The Blue Moon restaurant at 35 Baltimore Ave., Rehoboth Beach, is exhibiting the artwork of Cassie Taggart of Bethes- da, bid., through the month of April. Taggart, who attended Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, has spent a summer studying in Italy and has had many shows in Delaware, Washington, D.C. and New York City. Of her work Taggart said, "Things which get into my head are not anything I can really explain. They are about the inexplicable absurdities of life, how things in our heads differ so drastically from things in the real world. Or how two very unrelated objects can be thrown together to create a perplexing situation. I think the world is very strange and uncomfortable and yet so common, and that is es- sentially what I try to convey in my work. I want to make peo- ple uncomfortable because discomfort leads to confusion which can sometimes open up the mind.  School arts program funding available Festival grants will be avail- able to sponsor events which highlight an ongoing art project. Visiting artists to the festival should offer interactive art ses- sions. VSA-DE will also host its annual Statewide Festival at the Blue Hen Corporate Center April 24-27, and the Festival theme will be "All About Me." For informa- tion call (302) 831-2984. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 4- April 10, 1997 - 59 Plans set for Sussex Fair, Old Fashioned July 4th Plans are taking shape for the First Annual Sussex County Fair and Del Tech Old Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration, sched- uled from Thursday, July 3 through Saturday, July 5 at the Sussex County Airport Complex. Thursday will be Seniors Day and will feature a health fair. The gates will open at 3 p.m., and ac- tivities are planned until 8 p.m., after the conclusion of a concert by the U.S. Ahny Band. On Friday, the day begins at 10 .m. and continues through the fire- works display at dusk. Saturday's activities will run from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The fair will feature the tra- ditional food and flea market ven- dors, horseshoe competition, kids' games and activitie.s, a petting zoo, amusement park, farm equip- ment displays, 4-H and FFA par- ticipation, a stock car show, races, musical entertainment and more. Because of the construction of new buildings at the Delaware Tech campus in Georgetown, the college asked the Town of Georgetown to help coordinate its annual Fourth of July celebration. To that end, committees have been established and are chaired and staffed by volunteers, and anyone is welcome to come and assist in the preparations. The committees and their chair- men are: 4-H and FFA, Mary Ar- go and Willis Kirk; amusement rides, Gary Killmon; antique car show, Cathey Betts; band con- test/amateur hour, Helen Kruger; bike races, Dwight Hastings; busi- ness displays, Randy Cash; CHEER 50/50, Arlene Littleton; corporate sponsorship, Roger Marino; crafters, Martin Dono- van, decorations, Mel Verasco; emergency/ambulance, Bill Tay- lor; farm equipment displays, Sam Slaybaugh; glow products, Con- nie Pepper; hand cart race, Roger Marino; health fair, Lisa Rorlfing; NOW OPEN for our 11 th Great Season! -yS o ReservaUon are recommended to avoid disappointment. ,./t ,n, - ) .............. ,,:,:>,,ii l!iiiiiiiii i ii! :7., horseshoe tournament, Mel Ve- rasco; parking, Station 97; pro- grams, Sussex Countian (Carolyn O'Neal); posters, Allen Saine; ra- 'dio coverage, WZBH; sound, Kevin Short; speedway car show, Bunny Williams; senior day activ- ities, Cathey Betts; vendors/flea market, Kim, Georgetown Cham- ber Office. Help is still needed for the electronic game arcade, infor- mation center and kids fort/clowns. If you would like to volunteer, call the Chamber office at 856-1544 weekdays from noon to 5 p.m. (t3'eginnbt Friday, April 11) Will i00ek Start Your See, son at New Dean Inn The. 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