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Bethany Blues is known for innovative barbecue and serving the best classic bourbon cocktails at the beach. Now it’s expanded the fleet of vehicles and added a new app for ordering online to more broadly serve the Bethany Beach area. Though Bethany is the original location, it has been more seasonally populated. The new app, powered by ChowNow, allows customers to go to and order food for carryout. Customers can also download the Bethany Blues app directly through iTunes Apple store or on Google Play. The process is simple and streamlined. Custom- ers pay online and can pick up their orders in person - perfect for those who are on the go and/or digitally inclined. This is available at both the Lewes and Bethany locations. Bolstering the new electronic step forward is a physical one: an expanded number of delivery trucks, allowing for bulk deliv- ery orders in the Bethany area. Jessica Nathan, catering guru and director of operations for the Lewes location, says, "People often call in for catering, but they don't require wait staff. They want the same delicious food for a crowd, and that's where we can come in with delivery and setup. It's essentially casual catering." The delivery service has been available in Lewes, and is a wel- come addition in Bethany Beach with warmer weather on the horizon. The spring season brings a myriad of catering needs from graduation parties to beach pic- nics and other large gatherings. The Casual Platters menu cov- ers many of these needs from signature barbecue items to cold platters featuring sandwiches and wraps, to salads and, of course, desserts. The spin on the general cater- ing experience is that only 24 hours’ notice is needed to order the Casual Platters and other bulk orders, although it never hurts to order further in advance and get on that delivery docket. Either way, no matter what side of the Indian River Inlet bridge clients are on, Bethany Blues is ready to roll in with food that will be the talk of the client’s next event. For information, go to betha- or download the app in the Apple Store or Google Play. Order now and discover why Life's All About the Sauce at Bethany Blues. Trivia! Let’s do Let’s do Always fun and free to play with prizes to win! Survey Sez... 35+ weekly game shows from Wilmington to Ocean City 35+ weekly game shows from Wilmington to Ocean City Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, APRIL 28 - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 93 The Rehoboth Summer Chil- dren's Theatre will return for its 36th summer season of outstand- ing professional plays for families and creative camps for kids. Three delightful plays highlight the 2017 schedule. Travel is the theme as audiences are whisked off to Neverland with Peter Pan, climb 300 feet of beanstalk with Jack and ramble the English countryside with Mr. Toad and his mighty motorcar. Kids also get their chance to shine. Four weeklong theatre camps for ages 5-12 each culminate in a Fantastic Friday performance. Two film camps for ages 8-14 provide an opportunity for participants to write, produce and star in their own original movies. The season opens at 7 p.m., Tuesday, June 27, with a per- formance of the all-time RSCT favorite “Peter Pan.” “Jack and the Beanstalk” premieres at 11 a.m., Wednesday, July 5. “Toad's Escape,” the story of Mister Toad adapted from “The Wind in the Willows,” joins the rotating per- formance schedule at 11 a.m., Wednesday, July 19. Each of these plays is performed by two ac- tors who bring all the characters to life. These sparkling one- hour productions run through Thursday, Aug.24. Tickets to all performances are $10. There is no charge for children under 3. The camp schedule includes two weeks of film camp from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday to Fri- day, July 10 to 14 and Aug. 7 to 11. Theatre camps take place Monday-Friday, July 17-27, July 24-28, Aug. 17-21 and Aug. 24-28. The film camp weekly fee is $270. The theatre camps run 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. for ages 5 and 6, for $170 weekly; and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for ages 7-12 , for $240 weekly.  Activities take place in Epworth UM Church, 19285 Holland Glade Road, Rehoboth Beach. There is plenty of free parking. For infor- mation, to purchase tickets or to register, call 302-227-6766 or go to Rehoboth Summer Children’s Theatre to return for 36th season at the beach SUBMITTED PHOTO PETER PAN (Danielle Mausson) finds his lost shadow. More information: » Bethany Blues expands fleet, adds app