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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, LPRIL 16 - MONDAY, APRIL 19, 2010 71 Milton Theatre to host live jaz April 17 Jazz music celebrates life, It-clifton th a new production by a unique American art form - core members pianist Ioe Holt reaching across generations and allowin musicians cre- ative freedom of expression. Dedicated to promoting jazz since its incep- tion, Shore Jazz Ensemble con- tinues that tra- Mike McShane Joe Holt and local drum- mer Mike Mc- Shane. Last Novem- ber, Shore Jazz presented American Jazz - Inspired by Legends, per- forming to a sold-out audi- ence at the Mil- ton Theatre. The Milton Theatre will once again host an evening of live entertainment with Hap- piness ... A Thing Called Jazz from 8 to 11 p.m., Saturday, April 17. The ensemble draws from a pool of talented regional per- formers, featuring The Joe Holt Trio with special guests vocalist Felicia Carter and veteran trum- pet player Danny Tobias. The group will perform works by Louis Armstrong, Erroll Garner, Vince Guaraldi, Hoagy Carmichael, George Gershwin and many more great jazz leg- ends. Tickets are $18 for adults, $15 for seniors and students. To or- der, call 684-3400 or visit mil- tontheatre.org. Milford Bug & Bud Festival to celebrate seventh, year The City of Milford Parks & Recreation Department and Downtown Milford Inc. invite the Public to the 7th Annual Bug & Bud Festival fom 9 a.m. to 4 pan., Saturday, April 24, present- ed by festival title sponsor Wilm- ington Trust, along the MispiUion RiverWalk in historic downtown Milford, The festival serves as a cele- bration of Arbor Day, the City of Milford's designation as a Tree City U.S.A. and Milford's role in the ladybug's designation as the state bug of Delaware. Festival highlights are the tra, ditional ladybug walkingparade with prizes for best ladybug and tree costumes; diverse musical entertainment throughout the day such as Soul Selby, the Nan- ticoke Indian Association and the 50-member Milford Commu- nity Band; 100-plus arts and crafts vendors; a Kids' Korner; rem0teUed boafa youth boest; a show;, ed  nature, i Shakespeare group seeks director New Faces of Shakespeare, a Possum Point Players subgroup, is seeking a director for its Au- gust performance of "As You Like It." The reading group meets monthly at Possum Hall to re- view the works of the Bard. "Because the venue is commu- nity theatre, we need someone who is able and willing to work with a broad range of skills among actors" said New Faces Chairwoman Beverly Smith. ',s You Like It" is scheduled to be performed Friday-Sunday, Aug. 20-22, at Possum Hall in George- town. Applications are available at the Possum Point Players the- atre, 441 Old Laurel Road, Georgetown. Applications are due by Mon- day, April 26. For more informa- tion about New Faces of Shake- speare or Possum Point Players, call 856-3460. related hands-on activities in- Straight Off The Top sponsored cluding seedling tree giveaways, by Citizens Bank. Ladybug-decorated paddle- The festival is a or shine boat rides and the free 5 p.m..jazz event. For more information, Call concert also return this year. The " 02-839-1180 or ViSit downtown- concert is by the jazz group  Iford.org. i 24 Rehobolh Ave. WEEKDAY DINNER ECIALS UST GROWING! 1-1/2 LB. ALASKAN SNOW CRAB LEGS Only $16  Mon. - Fri. Along with our regular Weekday dinner specials. Also, come on in and check out our fabulous bar specials, wings, raw bar, drink specials, etc. All at incredilly low prices! Jerry's eafood (302) 645-6611 108 Second St., Downtown Historic Lewes 1