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Rehoboth man donates art books to RAL Rehoboth Beach artist and community volunteer William Hohnan is seen here with many of the watercolor technique and instruction books that he recently donated to the Re- hoboth Art League's lending library. The Rehoboth Art Iague Library is open to the public for no fee from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Delmarva Chicken Fest invites crafters, commercial exhibitors Applications are being accepted for an arts and crafts fair and home and trade show which will be held during the 48th Annual Delmarva Chicken Festival from June 14 through !6 in Salisbury, Md. Both shows will be held in the Normandy Arena at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center, the site of this year's festival. The shows will be open to visitors from 10:30 a.m. on Friday, June 14 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, June 16. Pare Cott of Salisbury is the chair of the crafts event and said that booths are 10 feet by 10 feet and are available to vendors of arts, crafts, antiques and col- lectibles. All items displayed will be offered for sale. Robbin Gray and Richard Levesque, co-chairs for the com- mercial trade show are also offer- ing 10 foot by 10 foot booths to businesses wishing to showcase their products and services. Gray stressed that exhibitors are not re- stricted to poultry related busi- nesses, but may include any busi- ness interested in exposure to the festival's 40,000 expected visi- tors. Trade show booths will include a table and two chairs with pipe and drape backdrop dividers. Craft show exhibitors are asked to supply their own table and chair needs. Space is limited for both shows; entries will be accepted on a first come basis. For information on rental fees and available space, contact the Salisbury Area Cham- ber bf Commerce at (410) 749- 0144. The Salisbury Chamber is hosting the 1996 Delmarva Chick- en Festival in cooperation with Delmarva Poultry Industry, Inc., sponsor of the event. Sussex Arts Council hosts dinner, The public is invited to join the Sussex County Arts Council at its Annual Meeting, Dinner and The- atre on Saturday, April 20, begin- ning with a cash bar social at the Blue Gold Inn, located in George- town from 6 to 6:30 p.m., fol- lowed by a buffet dinner featuring carved roast round of beef au jus and chicken cordon bleu. After dinner, a brief meeting will be held to elect new members theatre on April 20 to the Board of Directors; then just a short sprint to Possum Hall for the premiere of "oh! maggie," a musical comedy written by lo- cals Martin D. Dusbiber and David W. Dutton, performed by the Possum Point Players, is sure to be a treat. Cost, which includes dinner, gratuity and theatre ticket is $23 per person. For reservations, call 856-5421 by April 12. Cape Artists set spring opening April 5 The Cape Artists will open their gallery in the lower level of the New Devon Inn Second Street, Lewes, on Friday, April 5. Spring hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m, Friday and Saturday. The annual process of changing from studio to gallery has produced a new look this spring, with a wide array of local art by Bette Carey, Sadako Davis, Sturges Dodge, Bonnie Dougherty, Eileen Dusek, Dottie Fipp, Florence Fitler, Marcia Gibbs, Annie Lee Greulich, Doris Ingrain, Nancy Katz, Lois Lantz, Barbara Lloyd, Pat Loftus, Lydia Bell Lynch, Marian Powell, Ernie Ratz, Louise Showell, Joan Thompson, Rheba Tull, Sue Tulloch and Mary Ellen Wolansky. Other exhibits by the Cape Artists can be viewed at the Fisher-Martin House on Kings Highway, Lewes, and at Nassau Valley Vineyards from May 18 to May 31. CAPE GAZEqffrE, Friday, April 5 - April U, 1996 . 49 qb . RESTAURANT & SALOON DEWEY BEACH, DELAWARE Easter Sunday Dinner Specials Sunday, April 7th GRILLED CHICKEN OF THE DAY: GRILLED HONEY-POPPYSEED CHICKEN ......... $ 13.95 Fresh boneless breast of chicken marinated and grilled to perfection and topped with a tangy honey and poppyseed glaze. Served over a bed of fresh seasoned rice. GRILLED CATCH OF THE DAY: GRILLED ITALIAN SWORDFISH WITH CRIMINI MUSHROOMS ....... $16.95 Fresh swordfish steak marinated in fresh Italian herbs and gently grilled over an open flame. Topped with freshly sauteed crimini mushrooms. LEMON PEPPER SEA SCALLOPS WITH ASPARAGUS TIPS ...... $16.95 Fresh sea scallops with tender tips of asparagus gently sauteed with fresh lemon and hand ground pepper. Served over a bed of lemon pepper pasta dusted with fresh parmesan cheese. BAKED ROCKFISH WITH MARYLAND OYSTER DRESSING ...... $16.95 Fresh Rockfish fillet lightly seasoned and baked to perfection. Topped with our fresh Maryland oyster dressing. GRILLED VIRGINIA HAM WITH ORANGE DIJON GLAZE .... $11.95 Tender smoked Virginia ham grilled with a tangy orange and mustard glaze. PRIED BUTTERMILK OYSTERS ........ $14.95 "The best oysters at the beach." These plump oysters are dipped in our unique buttermilk batter and then fried to a golden brown for a one-of-a-kind taste. These specials will be featured Easter Sunday beginning at 4:00 p.m. along with our regular menu. In addition we will offer our 1/2 price dinner menu until 6:30 p.m. Don't Miss The Funsters Friday April 5th 8- 12 in our Lounge -No Cover - JOIN US SUNDAY APRIL 7 AT 1 p.m. For our Annual Easter Egg Hunt for Children 1- 12 years Then enjoy our famous ALL -U-CAN-EAT SUNDAY BRUNCH 10 - 2 p.m. Dickinson Street on the Stop In Fridays For Our Famous Land & Sea Buffet Served From 4:30 p.m.