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106 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, April 11 - Monday, April 14, 2008 Why Cook? to host exhibit Submitted photo Why Cook? Restaurant in Long Neck will be hosting the Premier Art Show featuring the works of Jennifer Essex of Natural Instincts Photography. A show and reception will be held from 1 to 4 p.m., Sunday April 13, with live music by Mikel Nyez. Shown is a Chincoteague scene by Essex. For more information, call 945-3800. Sandcastle Ball to honor mission of Children's Beach House at elegant Cape Region event Sandcastle Ball founders and committee members are finalizing preparations for this year's event, set for 7 p.m.-midnight, Saturday, April 19, and themed A Toast to the Children. Derrick and Ann Lingo, event founders; cochairs Chandler and Sherry Greene; committee mem- bers Ricky Pryor and Tami Abbott; and Rich Garrett, execu- tive director of the Children's Beach House, have pitched in for months of planning and fundrais- ing. The mission of the Sandcasfle Ball is to raise funds to benefit the Children's Beach House endow- merit fund, which subsidizes the nonprofit organization whose mission remains to help children with special needs reach their highest potential as functioning members of their families and communities. This elegant black tie event will be held in a local country club set- ting and will offer open bar, a din- ner featuring many unique food stations, dancing and live enter- tainment by CTO Park Avenue. The committee is currently accepting complete table reserva- tions if a group wishes to be together. This event is notorious- ly a sold out event; early ticket purchases are recommended. To learn how to become a guest or an event sponsor, visit or call 302-655- 4288. Auditions for one-acts set for April 14-15 Auditions for the historic Milton Theatre's One Acts III pro- duction will be held at 7 p.m., Monday, April 14 and Tuesday, April 15, at the theatre. All ages from 18 and older, all genders, aspiring actors and sea- soned actors are welcome. The performance dates are May 30-31, and June 1, 6 and 7. On the last performance of June 7, there will be a panel of three adjudicators who will select the best play. The winning play will then compete in the Delaware Theatre Association's One Act Plays Festival in March 2009 to be held at the Arden Club Theatre in Arden. For details, call Tom Sweeny at 684-3400 or 645-7223. Film society to screen Oscar winner at festival The Rehoboth Beach Film Society is participating in CAMP Rehoboth's Women's Conference 2008 with a special presentation of the Oscar-winning short docu- mentary "Freeheld," on Saturday, April 12. This screening is a part of the conference's scheduled activities, and open only to attendees. To participate in the Women's Conference 2008 and for more information, call CAMP Rehoboth at 227-5620. "Steel Magnolias" to be staged April 1 O- 12 Sussex Central High School's Take II Drama Club will present "Steel Magnolias," at 7 p.m., April 10-12. produced and direct- ed by Helen Ann Barlow. Steel Magnolias is a witty script about 6 women and their struggles in life. With the support of their closest friends each woman is able to achieve her own personal Tickets being s0! d at the door $5 for children d $8 for adults, For more information, call 934- 3166 ..........