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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY APRIL 5 MONDAY APRIL 8 2013 81 LOCAL CHAMBER PRESENTS DONATION FROM SUMMER PROGRAMS TO TOWN OF DEWEY BEACH SUBMITTED PHOTO THE RE'HOBOTH BEACH-DEWEY BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE presented the Town of Dewey Beach with a check for $2,091.6t. The amount represented the total donations collected during the 2012 Movies and Bonfires on the Beach summer program. It is the generosity of chamber members and visitors that enabies the chamber and Town of Dewey Beach to continue to produce these quality summer events. The chamber and town greatly appreciate the continued sup- port of visitors and businesses alike. Movies willstart at approximately 8:30 p.m., Mondays on the beach at Dagsworthy Avenue in Dewey. The schedule for this summer is: June 17, "The Lorax"; June 24, "Hotel Transylvania"; July 1, "Mirror, Mirror"; July 8, "Here Comes the Boom"; July 15, "Arthur Christmas"; July 22, "Wreck-It Ralph"; July 29, "Brave"; Aug. 5, "The Odd Life of Timothy Green"; Aug. 12, "Oz: The Great & Powerful"; Aug. 19, "ParaNorman"; and Aug. 26, "Rise of the Guardians." Bonfires will be held every Wednesday from 7:30 to 11 p.m. June 19 through Aug. 28 For more information call the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce at 302-227-6446 or go to www.beach-fun.com. Registration participation deadlines" near for 80th Dover Days May 35 A giant birthday party is about For the Colonial and Victo- to unfold, and 40,000 guests are rian Demonstrating Artisans expected to attend the 80th An- category, participants should niversary Dover Days Festival register by Wednesday, April 10, May 3-5, Participation deadlines for Saturday, May 4. PartiCipat- are approaching fast. All regis- ing artisans will be permitted tration forms can be found by sell their handmade products as visiting doverdaysfestival.com, long as they demonstrate their or by calling Kent County Tour- craft or trade and dress in period ism, 302-734-4888. costume. Deadlines vary according to type of event. Continued on page 86 302-260-9615 OPEN 7 DAYS Starts April 1 Breakfast Sat & Sun 9am-2pm SUNDAY- SHRIMP 'n' BEER $12.95 Grilled or steamed shrimp with a pint MONDAY- 2 FOR s20 Incl. appetizer, entrees, dessert & coffee or soda TUESDAY- CRAB CAKES $16.99 2 Maryland style crab cakes w/2 sides WEDNESDAY- RIBS $12.95 y2 rack of baby backs w/2 sides THURSDAY. BURGERS $7.00 1/21b. char-burgers w/potato wedges FRIDAY- CATCH OF THE DAY SPECIALS SATURDAY- HAPPY HOUR Starts at 3:00pm with special apps, pints, $3 rail and $6 martinis $2.50 m,,,A,,,,,,,e[*] [ t 'J1 II.'F31 iF[.{.] i;- Rehoboth Art League announces 20!3 Beaux Arts Ball Sept. 21 For the first time since 1994,and recognize young artists with the masks will be coming out the Young at Art Show. to play at the Rehoboth Art Especially exciting for Beaux League's Beaux Arts Ball. Set for Arts Ball 2013 is the newly an- Saturday, Sept. 21, at beautiful nounced venue. Belle Meade Belle Meade Farm on Route 24, Farm owners Mark and Mary this signature event will be the Ann Ronald have offered the highlight of the Rehoboth Art use of their pristine equestrian League's 75th anniversary year. ranch. The 20,000-square-foot The masquerade costume facility on more than 40 acres Beaux Arts Ball is a long-cher- just west of Route 1 between ished tradition of Rehoboth Art Rehoboth and Lewes, was just League members and friends, completed in January 2012. Its After the Rehoboth Art League natural beauty and aesthetic ap- was founded in 1938, the annual peal add to the allure and luster costume Artists' Ball began the of this year's ball. following year and continued for The theme for this year's event the next 40 years. Now, on the is It's All About Art!, as the dia- occasion of the 75th anniversary, mond jewel of the Diamond the ball is back! State celebrates its 75th anni- With a reputation for being versary. Information will follow both richly entertaining and about entertainment, honorary hugely successful, the Beaux guests and promotional prize Arts Ball is more than just a packages for two called the Cin- grand old party. Throughout its derella Special. Media partners history, the ball has raised funds to date include Clear Channel to support the art league's mis- Radio and Shore Life Magazine. sion and programs. This year Other sponsorship opportunities is no exception, witti the focus are available by contacting the on education and outreach. Art Rehoboth Art League at 302- classes are offered fbr all ages 227-8408. and skill levels. Exhibitions, stu- Tickets for the Beaux Arts dios, lectures and discussions Ball will go on sale in July. For of contemporary art, sculpture, more information on the Beaux printmaking, illustrating and tex- Arts Ball and Rehoboth Art tiles are all available. Art league League classes, special events instructors offer free visual arts and e hibitions during the 75th education classes to hundreds of anniversary, go to www.rehobo- disadvantaged youth each year, thartleague.org. A