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Movies Peninsula Bluegrass sets annual banquet April 13 Peninsula Bluegrass, Inc. will host its covered dish annual ban= quet on Saturday, April 13 at the Georgetown Fire Hall. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and dinner will start at 7 p.m. Entertainment will be provided by the Bay Country Gentleman beginning at 8 p.m. The cost of the show is $8 for Peninsula Bluegrass, Inc. mem- bers and $10 for non-members. All attendees are asked to bring a covered dish. For further infor- mation, call 875-3067 or 934- 7022 or 875-0695. Peninsula Bluegrass, Inc. will also be holding a pig roast at Lowe's Lakeview Campground in Laurel at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 27. Highlighting this event will be Danny Paisley and the Lundy Brothers. Penirlsula Bluegrass, Inc. is a non-profit organization which promotes bluegrass music on the Delmarva Peninsula. For more in- formation, write P.O. Box 2, Lau- rel, DE 19956. County Dance Party to benefit children The Greater Millsboro Kiwanis Club is sponsoring a County Dance Party from 8 p.m. to mid- night on Saturday, May 4 at St. Mark's Parish Hall, State Street, Millsboro. Country music will be provided by disc jockey Don Bland, and it's a BYOB affair, with free set-ups and snacks. The cost is $6 per person or $10 a couple in advance and $7 per person and $12 a cou- ple at the door. The proceeds will benefit the children of Sussex County. For more information and tick- ets call 945-2923 or 856-7238. World's Largest Organ Recital set for April 14 Beginning at 6 p.m. on Sunday, April 14, organists across the na- tion and in Salisbury will begin The World's Largest Organ Recital with the opening notes of Johnann Sebastian Bach's "Toc- cata and Fugue in D Minor", per- haps the most famous piece of or- gan music in the world. Organists John Cook, Eileen Diller, Edward Gillenardo, Taylor Harvey, Mark Herrett, Robert Overstreet, Paul Scott, Elswortb Wheatley, Susan Zimmer and Ray Zeigler will be featured in the free program at Asbury United Methodist Church, 1401 Camden Avenue in Salisbury. The group will perform works from Bach to ragtime. The Salis- bury Chapter of the American Guild of Organists is sponsoring the concert. The World's Largest Organ Recital is part of a year-long cele- bration of the 100th anniversary of the American Guild of Organ- isls. For more information, call Su- san Zimmer at 543-1664. Annual Benefit Auction April 13 at Ag Museum The Delaware Agricultural Mu- seum and Village's Annual Bene- fit Auction will be held on Satur- day, April 13 beginning at 9:30 a.m. Items are still being taken to be auctioned on consignment. Some of the items on the block this year are a lunch date for two with Gov. Carper, tickets to a Phillies game, a sail for two aboard the Jolly Rover, theatre tickets to the Three Little Bakers and the DuPont Playhouse, a spot as Dan Gaffney's morning side- kick on Eagle 97.7, tickets to a Great Adventure Safari, a limited edition gold coin minted especial- ly for Wilmington Trust, tickets to a Blue Rocks game and a whale watching cruise for two. Admission to the auction is free. Breakfast, lunch and snacks will be available. For more informa- tion, call Hope at 734-1618. Beebe School of Nursing plans dinner dance The Beebe School of Nursing Alunmi have planned their annual dinner dance for Friday, April 19 at the Sussex Pines Country Club in Georgetown. The dinner dance is being held in honor of Beebe Medical Center's School of Nurs- ing Class of 1996 and will include cocktails from 6 to 7 p.m., a buffet dinner, dancing from 9 p.m. to 12 a.m. and a silent auction. For ticket information, contact 645-3251 or send reservations by April 15 to Eleanor Cordery at Beebe School of Nursing, 424 Sa- vannah Road, Lewes, DE 19958. Oak Orchard spring dance set April 26 The Oak Orchard Riverdale Civic Association is sponsoring a spring break dance party from 8 p.m. to midnight on Friday, April 26 at the American Legion Post 28 on Route 24. The public is in- vited to attend. Music will be provided by Norm's DJ with all types of pop, country and rock tunes. Tickets for the dance are $6 per person and $10 per couple and may be obtained by calling 945-2923 or 945-5648. CHEER to hold Spring Fling on April 30 Sussex County Senior Services, Inc., better known as CHEER, will be holding their second annu- al Senior Spring Fling from 5 to8 p.m. on April 30 at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. Dinner will be provided by CHEER as will transportation. A line dancing competition will also be held in which trophies will be awarded to the top three groups. Tickets are $7 for individuals over 60 and $10 for those under 60 in advance. Tickets at the door are $10 regardless of age. For tickets, call Sally at 856-5187. The following movies are now playing in the resort area: : PrimaIFear- Drama about an ambitious attorney who defends a young man accused of murdering a Catholic archbishop. Based on the novel by William Diehl. Star- ring Richard Gere and Mary Mc- Donnell. Also, look for "Homi- cide' s" Andre Braugher. Rated R. Beautiful Girls: A quintet of small town boys find themselves coping with women, marriage and the ways of grown-ups. Starring Matt Dillon, Timothy Hutton and Urea Thurman. Rated R. Sgt. Bilko: Comedy about a scheming motorpool sergeantwho finds his scamming lifestyle threatened when Army officials from Washington disclose plans to shut the base down. Based on the 1955-59 Phil Silvers TV se- ries. Starring Steve Martin, Dan Aykroyd and Phil Hartman. Rat- edPG. All Dogs Go to Heaven H: When Gabriel's horn is stolen, the ghost of Charlie the Dog is dis- patched back to Earth to fetch it. Sequel to the 1989 animated mu- ATtlIflTI THIHtTIHI$ FH., April 5- Thurs., April U Midway Palace Theatre .,dw. Sh,%hC%:h.OU 0o. 645-0200 PRIMAL FEAR (2:06)(R) 2 Shows Fd. - Sat. 7:00 9:30 1 Show Sun. - Thurs. 7:45 !EXECUTIVE DECISION (2:09)(R) 2 Shows Fd. - Sat. 7:00 9:30 1 Show Sun.-Thurs, 7:45 UP CLOSE & PERSONAL (2:04)(PG-13) 2 Shows Fri. - Sat. 7:00 9:30 1 Show Sun:Thurs. 7:45 BIRDCAGE (2:00)(R) 2 Shows Fri. - Sat. 7:00 9:30 1 Show Sun.-Thurs 7:45 2 Shows Fri. - Sat, 7:10 9:30 1 Show Sun. - Thurs, 8:00 DIABOLIQUE (1:48)(R) 2 Shows FrL - Sat, 7:20 9:30 I Show Sun. - Thurs. 8:00 BROI(19/Id:IR(RV (1:48)(R) 2 Shows Fri. 7:10 9:30 1 Show Sat. 7:10 1 Show Sun. - Thurs. 8:00 Wednesday Night All Seats $4.50 Discount Ticket Books Now Available Rehoboth Mall Cinema Rehoboth Mall, Route One. Rehoboth Beach 645-020O A FAMILY THING (1:49)(PG-13) 2 Shows Ffi. - Sat. 7:15 9:30 1 Show Sun. - Thurs. 7.'45 MR. HOLLAND'S OPUS (2:23)(PG) 2 Shows Fri. - Sat. 7:00 9:30 1 Show Sun. - Thurs. 7:45 ALL DOGS GO TO HEAVEN II (1:22)(G) 2 Shows Fri. - SaL 7:00 8:45 1 Show Sun. - Thurs. 8:00 OLIVER & COMPANY (1:23)(G) 2 Shows Fd. - Sat. 7:00 8:45 1 Show Sun. - Thurs. 7:45 SF-'Y G==,.S()R 2 Shows Fd. - SaL 7:15 9:30 1 Show Sun. - Thurs. 7:45 HOUEWARO BOUNO 2(1 (G) 2 Shows Fri. - SaL 7:00 8:45 1 Show Sun. - Thurs. 7:45 Matfne Sat.& Sun. at I:O0 pat. rudq m#tt Au sa= $4.s0 Discount T/ct  Now Am///e CAPE GAZETIE, Friday, April 5 - April 11.1996 - 55 sical. Featuring the voices of Charlie Sheen, Sheena Easton, Ernest Borgnine and Dom DeLuise. Rated G. A Family Thing: Drama about a redneck southerner who, upon his "mother's" death, learns that his real mother was an African-American who was raped by his father and that he has a black half-brother he never knew about. Starring Robert Duvall and James-Earl Jones. Rated PG- 13. Diabolique: Thriller about a vengeful headmaster whose wife and mistress team to murder him and what happens when they real- ize they may not have killed him after all. A remake of the 1955 Henri Clouzot film. Starring Sharon Stone, Isabelle Adjani and Chazz Palminteri. Rated R. Executive Decision: Action/thriller about an intelli- gence officer who tries to thwart the terrorist hijacking of an airlin- er. Starring Kurt Russell, Steven Seagal and Halle Berry. Rated R. Up Close and Personal: Dra- ma about an ambitious, talented broadcast reporter whose personal relationship is strained as she rises from local obscurity to national stardom. Loosely based on the life of NBC news personality Jes- s/ca Savitch. Starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Robert Redford. Rat- ed PG-13. The Birdcage: Farce about a homosexual couple who decide to project only heterosexuality when one of their offspring decides to visit with his I"ianc6e and her par- ents. An English-language re- make of the smash 1978 French- language comedy "La Cage Aux Folles". Starting Robin Williams and Nathan Lane. Rated R. Homeward Bound H Anoth- er Incredible Journey: When the bulldog Chance from "Homeward Bound" escapes from his airport kennel, he and his two pals find themselves eluding dog catchers and outsmarting alleyway mutts on the mean streets of San Fran- cisco. A sequel to the family ad- venture. With voices of Michael J. Fox and Sally Field. Rated G. Broken Arrow: Action thriller about two stealth jet pilots, one good and one evil, who race to recover a lost nuclear warhead. Starring John Travolta and Christ- ian Slater. Rated R. Mr. Holland's Opus: Decade-spanning comedy/drama about a high school music teacher who regrets never fulfilling his dream of becoming a professional musician. Starring Richard Drey- fuss. Rated PG. The Lighthouse Restaurant Join Us For Easter Brunch Sunday, April 7 * I0 AM - 2 PM Eggs Leon .French Toast * Sidled Chidm e/ .Beverages Bacon & Sausage Chipped Beef * Seafood  $8.95 adults Hash Browns Fresh Fruit Danish & Muffins * $4.95 children At Fisherman's Wharf Lewes 645-6271