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46 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 5 - April 11, 1996 Kite Festival, Easter Egg Hunt, Promenade top holiday weekend festivities in region . Easter weekend will provide [/ plenty of activities for the whole family from the 44th Annual East- er Promenade in Rehoboth to the 28th Annual Great Delaware Kite Festival in Cape Henlopen State Park to several area Easter egg hunts. Here is a listing of some of the holiday weekend's highlights. The 28th Annual Great Delaware Kite Festival will be held from l0 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Cape Henlopen State Park on Fri- day, April 5. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. Spectators may at- tend the event for free; competi- tors 16 years of age and under may compete for $1 and those 17 years of age and older may com- pete for $2. Trophies will be awarded. Parking fees will be $1 for Delaware vehicles and $2 for out-of-state vehicles. Don't forget to stop by the Critters, Inc. booth with a donated baked good; prof- its from the bake sale will benefit homeless animals. For more in- formation, call the Lewes Cham- ber of Commerce at 645-8073. Stillwater Herb Farm, on Rt. 9 between Lewes and Georgetown, is hosting an Easter egg hunt from 1 to 3 p.m. on Friday, April 5 to benefit the Easter Seal Society of Del-Mar, Inc. The Easter bun- ny will arrive by horse and buggy "oh maggie!" Continued from page 43 pizza and fabricates their past. Holly Brock of Rehoboth plays the lead role of Maggie O'Hearn, the college sophomore who spent her freshman year more or less isolated with her studies and her tuba while her entrepreneur father, played by Orville Nichols of Lau- rel, travels the globe in search of new markets. The role of Tim Delaney, the wealthy son of a Scotch distiller has been a challenge for Keith Or- gain of Salisbury, as he attempts to hide his true identity from Mag- gie and her friends. The mysterious Maria Sches- nowkowski (a.k.a. Debbie Smith), one of Maggie's new roommates, is played by Erin Foley of Berlin and Meg Clifton of Lewes por- trays the third part of the female Historical Continued from page 45 They were probably frightened, spoke little English and desired to begin a new life in a land of wealth and opportunity.-Eventual- ly they proceeded with a clean bill of health up the Delaware Bay on their journey to be processed by the Immigration Service in Philadelphia. According to Ippolito, there is still much evidence to be un- earthed. He has spent countless hours sifting through records at Young girls in their pretty frocks line up for the judges dur- ing a recent Rehoboth Easter Promenade. The annual event is set for April 7. and will be available for photos. The public is invited to attend the petting zoo, picnic grounds, flower displays and a tour of the grounds. For more information, call 684-4315. On Saturday, April 6, The Re- hoboth Beach/Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce Easter egg hunt, held in conjunction with the Easter Seal Society of Del-Mar, Inc., will take place from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Grove Park in Rehoboth Beach. Ages 2 and under hunt from 9 to 9:30 trio as Charlotte Beaumont of the Georgia Beaumonts. Tim De- laney will be abetted by his best friend, David Schlep played by J.T. Fannin of Millsboro and Mar- tin Gobrowski, the co-captain of the Awaunabee U. football team portrayed by Ricky Parsons of Lewes. The production is directed by Jim Hartzell and produced by Kenney Workman. Veteran Pos- sum, Louise Hartzell, is the cos- tume designer, Jim DeBastiani is the stage manager along with his assistant, Trina Wheedleton, props are being handled by Ester Friend and Kevin Carter is in charge of sound and lighting. "oh! maggie" is made possible, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency committed to pro- moting and supporting the arts in Delaware. To reserve tickets, call Possum Hall at 856-4560. the State Archives in Dover and researching scores of documents and photographs at the National Archives in Washington. He re- ceived two separate grants for his work which resulted in an exhibit and a brochure. His research has expanded to other stations that were part of a system of Delaware Quarantine Stations. The meeting is free and open to the public. Anyone with informa- tion, photographs or artifacts re- lating to the Quarantine Station is encouraged to attend. Light re- freshments will be served follow- ing the presentation. a.m.; ages 3 and 4 hunt from 10 to 10:30 a.m.; ages 5 through 7 hunt from 10:30 to 11 a.m. and ages 8 through 12 hunt from 11 to 11:30 a.m. The event is free; for more information, call the Rehoboth Beach/Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce at 227-2233 or (800) 441-1329. The 44th Annual Easter Promenade will be held in the Rehoboth Beach Convention Cen- ter at 1 p.m. on Sunday, April 7. The Easter bunny will be on hand and special entertainment will be provided by Carlton the Bear. For a $5 fee, 3 x 5 photos will be available with the Easter bunny. The Easter fashion judging will provide awards in 20 different cat- egories. For more information, contact the Rehoboth Beach/Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce at 227-2233 or (800) 441-1329, ext. 16. The Crab Barn in Long Neck will host the Easter Bunny on the deck as well as an Easter egg hunt beginning at 2:30 p.m. An Easter bonnet contest is scheduled as well and DJ Debbie Lind will provide entertainment from 4 to 8 p.m. For more information, call 945-8900. 207 Rehoboth Avenue 227-1986 1/2 PRICE SIZZLING FAJITAS Beef, chicken, shrimp or combo Dinner Served Every Night from 5 to 10 Lunch Served Sat. & Sun. Noon-5 p.m. RESTAURANT & BAR N6W AM6RICAN CUISINF. 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