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Fenwick Arts and Crafts Fair set The town of Fenwick Island is preparing for its "20th Annual Town Arts & Crafts Fair," which is slated for Saturday, June 28, on the grounds surrounding Town Hall on Coastal Highway. The fair will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The fair was originated in 1977, the brainchild of Fenwick Island resident Olive Morris. The mak- ing of the "town quilt" which is raffled off during the fair, first be- gan in 1981. This year's quilt, made by women residents of the town, will again feature lighthouses in cross- stitch. The quilt will be on display at the Fenwick Island Baltimore Theater Continued from page 50 but were afraid to. We are all in the same boat, and we'll encour- age anyone who has the desire and a little nerve." Because of her family responsi- bilities, Simpler has not become involved in community theatre in other areas of southern Delaware. She feels that she needs some- thing close to home, and since it didn't exist, she's taking the ini- tiative and starting the group. Although there is no money in- volved now (the school allows use of the music room free of charge), if future public performances bring in some money, the improv founder sees it going fight back into the group. She said she is not interested in starting a group that pays actors, and any money raised would be used for theatre supplies and royalties. "Also, I want to keep theaUe af- fordable for families," she said. "I know it is hard for a family of four or five to shell out $8 or $10 a ticket for a night at the theatre. If  we eventually work up to public performances, we will encourage local writers to contribute work that doesn't involve royalties." The children's summer theatre workshop that she hopes to start will run for six weeks, and will Trust Company until the day of the fair, and chances for the quilt may be purchased for $1 each. The fair's Merchants' Raffle consists of items of merchandise or gift Certificates donated by lo- cal merchants. In 1996, there were nearly 100 donations from area businesses. Crafters from New Jersey to Virginia will have their wares for sale, and there will be other popu- lar attractions, including the White Elephant table, book tables, and lots of good food and refresh- ments. For more information, call chairperson Peggy Baunchalk at 537-9793. probably feature a traditional fairy tale or folk tale that kids and par- ents will be familiar with. "I'm starting this, but, I don't want anyone to think that it is mine, or that I'm the boss," Sim- pler said. "I want other people to step up and take on projects, and teach what they know. Especially for the summer program, I want lots of other instructors. As a the- atre major, I know something about set design, costume con- struedon, lighting and sound, but those aren't my first loves. "I hope this group will be a magnet for all kinds of interests and talents. People will be wel- come who want to sell tickets or put out posters. What goes on be- hind the scenes is as important to a theatre group as the actors." The Long Neck Impov group will meet every Monday, 6-8 p.m., in Long Neck Elementary School, and the school has com- mitted the use of the room through the summer. Simpler will announce plans for children's theatre later into the year. "I hope the music room isn't big enough for all the people who want to come and play," she said. "I would love to see a flute player in one corner, a tap dancer in an- other, people performing improv on the stage." For information on Long Neck Improv, call 945-2473. EVERY FRIDAY IS OLDIES NIGHT April 18 Aril 25 Ma_2 Kathie Martin Honeycombs Kathie Martin Don t Forget Happy Hour in our Lounge Monday Friday 4 to 9 S2.00 Rail Drinks - 81.50 Drafts -- and on Fridays 75c Roast Beef Sandwiches & 50 Nachos Now DECKS NOW OPEN ! 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