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100- CAPE GAZETTE- Friday, April 11 - Monday, April 14, 2008 Art league to offer class on ring making April 21-24 The Rehoboth Art League will host a class called Make a Ring, taught by Heidi Lowe, from 6:30 to 9 p.m., Monday through Thursday, April 21-24, in the Children's Studio, for beginning to intermediate students, ages 15 to adults: Students will learn metal- smithing techniques such as sol- dering, piercing, filing and finish- ing to create a sterling silver ring. This project is appropriate for the beginner and can be adapted for an intermediate. The cost is $120 for members and $135 for nonmembers. There is a material fee of $65, payable to the instructor. Lowe has been hooked on jew- elry making since high school. She graduated from the Maine College of Art in Portland and received a master of fine arts in jewelry and metalsmithing from the State University of New York in New Paltz before moving to New York City. She later returned to her hometown of Rehoboth Submitted photo Heidi Lowe will lead stu- dents in a class on ring mak- ing April 21-24. Beach where she opened a con- temporary jewelry gallery located at 328 Rehoboth Ave., featuring her work as well as the work of many other international jewelry artists. For more information or to enroll, call 227-8408 or visit www.rehobothartleague.org. Shakespeare lovers invited to share celebration April 20 in Milton Burbage, played by Dick Pack Of Lewes, to read aloud what he has written. And always, in the back- ground, are the thoughts in his head from which he fashions his new drama. The "thoughts" will be voiced by the readers: Roger Ault of Rehoboth Beach, Maureen Downing of Lewes, Fran Feighery of Dagsboro, Esther Friend of Lewes, Sharon Karrow of Milton, Don Norton of Rehoboth Beach, Liz Roe of Lewes and Neal Tash of Rehoboth Beach. The end result is a one- hour version of the complete four- hour play. It is guaranteed to intrigue both those who have only a vague idea of "Hamlet" and those who know the whole thing word for word. A local group of Shakespeare readers will pay their annual hom- age to the Bard on Sunday after- noon, April 20, in the Milton Theatre. , Although Shakespeare's birth- day this year falls in the middle of the week, the Sunday afternoon date seemed to be best suited to the occasion. All Shakespeare lovers and anyone curious about fhis celebration are cordially invited to attend. This year, the theme of the cel- ebration is Shakespeare At Work as Shakespeare, played by George Spillane of Lewes, sits at his desk and works on his new play, "Hamlet." Several times, Shakespeare calls his partner, Richard $2.99 MARGS Union St., Milton 213 Anglers Rd., Lewes 52 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth ANe QATERmin New Friday, April 11 Grand Opening Special FREE GREEK APPETIZER with Lunch & Dinner