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Paula Camenzind of Newark, whose wheel thrown porce- lain vase and bowl are seen above, will teach a one-day work- shop at Rehoboth Art League next week. RAL hosts porcelain pottery demonstration on April 23 The unusual glazing and fh'ing techniques of potter Paula Camen- zind will be featured in a one-day workshop on Wednesday, April 23 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Rehoboth Art League. Camenzind, whose major influ- ence is British ceramist Bernard Leach, is known for her simple yet elegant forms and luminous glazes. She fires her pottery pieces up to eight times to achieve the luster that is the trademark of her work. During the Art League workshop, Camenzind will demonstrate both her wheel throwing and her glazing tech- niques. Camenzind holds an MFA in Studio Art from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She is a full-time studio artist whose work has been featured at the Blue Streak Gallery in Wilm- ington, the Delaware art Museum Biennial exhibition, the Works Gallery in Philadelphia and at the Delaware Center for the Contem- " porary Arts in Wilmington. She is a member of the American Crafts Council. The class will be held in the Chamber Studios at the Rehoboth Art League. The cost of the work- shop is $30 for members and $40 for non-members. Participants may register by eaUing 227-8408. Possums g,o every "witch" way this weekend in Georgetown The candle continues to burn at Possum Hall with the final week- end of the slightly supernatural comedy, "Bell, Book and Can- die." There are tickets available for the remaining performances, April 18, 19 and 20. The romantic comedy deals with a young witch who is tempt- ed to throw away generations of tradition and leave practicing the arcane behind when love rears its head. The attentions of a young man might even overpower the advice of her aunt, who has served stead- fast as a witch in all of her lives, and her cat, who sees all and knows more than most mortals. Mixing the mixed feelings of the love-struck witch with the shenanigans of her dyed in the witchcraft brother, her committed aunt and even an inquiring re- porter leads to misgivings about where the true magic of life lies. The Possums t presentation in- eludes two new faces, James Kee- gan and Anne Caldwell. They join frequent local performers Jean Savoy, Jacob Norfleet and Sandy Alexander. "Bell, Book and Candle" is di- rected by Ferdi Perrone. Friday and Saturday shows are at 8 p.m., and Sunday's matinee is at 2 p.m. All seats are $10 for Fri- day and Saturday shows and se- niors and students pay a discount price of $8 for matinees only. For reservations, call 856-4560. Possum Hall is located on Old Laurel Highway, behind Sussex Central High School in George- town. HAPPY HOUR AT THE BAR EVERYDAY 4-7 Full Lunch & Dinner Menu Thurs. - Sun. 11:30 - 10 p.m. 6 T.V.'S FOR ALL SPORTS - CHILD FRIENDLY - Children Welcome IRISH EYES CAPE GAZETTE , Friday, April 18- April 24, 1997 - 55 Southern Delaware Choral Society performs April 20 at Del Tech The Southern Delaware Choral Society will present its annual Spring Concert on Sunday, April 20 at 3 p.m in the theater at Delaware Technical & Communi- ty College in Georgetown. The performance, "I Hear America Singing," under the di- rection of Richard Eckerd, will consist of a rich and varied pro- gram of American music, begin- ning with "Fanfare for a Festival" and "The Star Spangled Banner." American sacred music will be represented by Randall Thomp- son's "The Lord is My Shepherd," and "The Last Words of David." America's African-American mu- sical heritage will feature several spirituals arranged by Alice Park- er and Robert Shaw, as well as the inspirational "We Shall Over- come." Fourth graders from the North Laurel Elementary School, under the direction of Kim Parker Wray, will sing with the Choral Society. The final segment of the program is entitled, "One-Hun- dred Years of Irving Berlin," and will conclude with his "Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor," and "God Bless America." Tickets for the concert are $? for adults and $5 for students. They may be re- served by calling the Sussex County Arts Council at 856-5421. i it would say f ; FUSiOI00 Rehoboth Beach's Celebr#ed New American Cuisine ;utive Chef Jeff Thiemann has an array of new flavors to surprise and excite you. 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