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Cape Gazette NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 11: MONDAY, APRIL 14, 2014 33 Freeman Stage's season to include national recording artists The Joshua M. Freeman Foun- dation has announced that The Freeman Stage at Bayside is set to celebrate its seventh season of bringing arts and entertain- ment to the Mid-Atlantic Region. The Freeman Stage has attract- ed more than 160,000 audience members since 2008, with a di- verse offering of dance, theater, live music and children's perfor- mances. The 2014 season will include over 50 performances between Memorial Day and Labor Day, including 10 national recording artists - double the number of- fered in the 2013 season. The 10 artists include Bruce Hornsby, July 2; Aaron Neville Duo, July 11; Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, July 12; Wynton Marsa- lis with Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, July 19, Barenaked Ladies, July 23, Dave Mason's Traffic Jam, July 25; The Beach Boys, July 27; Firefall, Aug. 8; Jen- nifer Nettles, Aug. 9; and David Nail, Aug. 13. Combined, performers from the 2014 season have won more than 20 Grammy Awards, and two are members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Tickets for all paid performances will go on sale to the general public Monday, April 21, at 10 a.m. The Freeman Stage at Bay- side will officially kick off the 2014 season on the evening of May 24 with a performance of Rhythmic Circus' Feet Don't Fall Me Now!, a family n event featuring world-class dance and live music. Regular weekly per- formances at The Freeman Stage will commence June 20 with a performance by the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra, which will be iolned by The Va/lely lr0therg Duo, and also approximately 100 students from John M. Clayton Elementary School will take the stage. For more information on this season's events, or to find out how to volunteer at The Freeman Stage, call 302-436-3015 or go to www.freemanstage.org. CALIFORNIA CLOSETS Free In-Home Design Consultation AMANDELINE SHOWS MCCONNELL AMANDELINE GALLERY WILL FEATURE the original artwork of highly acclaimed Washington, D.C. artist Kate McConnell beginning Saturday, April 12, as part of the MOSAIC Artwalk from 6 to 9 p.m. Light refreshments will be served during this premier showcase. Aman- deline Gallery is located at20 Baltimore Ave. as part of the Galleries at 20 Baltimore in Celebration Mall. For further information, call 302-226- 0330 or go to amandelingallery.com. Shown is "Red Barn" by Kate McConnell. Bedrooms Media Center Entryway Office Garages Pantries Serving Delaware www.californiaclosets.comlphiladelphia 302-227-7636 888-336-9707 Library to host line dancing show April 17 Presented by Nancy Muller of the Delaware Humanities Forum, Line Up! will take place at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, April 17. This presentation will teach line danc- ing beginning with folk dance, move tothe American phenom- enon of country line dance, and today's forms of line dance that range from soul to rock.This pro- gram is free to the public. The Milton Public Library is at 121 Union St., phone 302-684- 8856. For accessibility and/or more information, ask for Mary Catherine Hopkins, director. For directions, go to www.milton. lib.de.us and click on Hours & Directions. Retractable Drop Arms I Patio Awnings OPEN: MON. - FRI. 9- 5 SAT. 10 - 4 SUN. Appt. only www, patiosystems,com Block the Sun, not the View Reduce Energy Costs European Designs Lifetime Warranty