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82. CAPE OAETTE,'rlday, April 10 -qII'II'1,I998 TM Henlopen Theater Proj ect fundraising kickoff set May 2 The Henlopen Theater Project will hold its fundraising kickoff event on Saturday, May 2, at the King's Creek residence of Ran Border. This first in an upcoming series of special entertainment events will run from 6 to 9 p.m., and will present music from Eclypse, featuring the jazz vocals of Peggy Raley. Food and drink will be offered in the 6,000- square-foot Border home, and in a tented outdoor area. The guest list of the evening will be limited to the first 200 supporters of the Henlopen Theater Project (HTP) to return their $50-per-person reservations. Food for the event is being pro- vided by Joyce Felton of The Blue Moon Restaurant and beverages are being made available by Milt Graves. There will be ample parking at the Kings Creek Coun- try Club and a police escort will be on hand to direct guests from their cars to the party. All friends of the project may look forward to further events in the coming months, including a September 11 HTP cruise, sailing from Lewes aboard the Delaware River & Bay Authority's flagship ferry, the Twin Capes. The cruise will include entertainment at three separate venues on the vessel along with a variety of other sur- prises. Adult Plus+ Active seniors can add new tal- ents to their repertoire or hone ex- isting skills with a variety of edu- cational, cultural and just plain fun programs offered by the Adult Plus+ program at Delaware Tech- nical & Community College, Owens Campus. Weekly sessions in arthritis aquatics, yoga and classic exercise offer opportunities for participants to improve their health and social- ize at the same time. Game fanat- ics can join groups for bridge, pinochle, scrabble or dominoes. Travel opportunities abound, from a Monet exhibit in Baltimore on April 23, to a Washington, D.C. monument tour on April 25, as well as a shopping trip to offers fun activities Philadelphia on April 18, and singing performances in Newark on April 26. Formal classes in various sub- jects are also being held. A quick sampling includes Line Dancing, Mondays through May 4, from 2 to 3:30 p.m.; Flower Arranging, Mondays, April 20 through May 11, 10 a.m. to noon; Furniture Painting, Fridays, April 17 through May 15, 10 a.m. to noon; Photo Preservation, Thursday, April 23, 10 a.m. to noon; Water- color Painting, Thursdays, April 16 through May 21, 9:30 a.m. to noon. For more information on these and other Adult Plus+ offerings, call 856-5618. Concerts Continued from page 81 cording to Judth Schomer, presi- dent of College University Re- source Institute Inc., which is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and teaching classi- cal music to young people. The organization got its start in 1995, when one concert was pre- sented, having grown to six con- certs in 1998. Other officers in- elude Lou Braithwaite of Lewes, vice president, and Cindy Shartle of Ocean View, secretary. We' re Back & All Decked Out For '98l Please stop by to try one of our delicious new menu items. Serving Lunch Thurs. - Sun. Dinner Thurs. - Sat. 11 a.m. - Midnight (Sun. - until 4 p,m.) o. O___.iqavt'00 Front & Market Streets * Lewes 645-7866 The Henlopen Theater Project became officially operational on Feb. 2, with chairpeople designat- ed to handle specific functions such as special events, fundraising and publicity HTP is working to bring professional theater to the Delaware shore during the sum- mer months and, in the long run, to establish a permanent theater to serve as the hub for a cultural arts and education center on the Del- marva Peninsula. Those who wish to make reser- vations, have questions or would like to be added to the HTP mail ing list should contact the Sussex Arts Council at 856-5421. i ........ - .... : #- aar ms ;; 1/S PBiCE I funE mExncan fare gear round S k