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64 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May I - May 7, 1998 Jen EIIingsworth photo Seaside Entertainers to perform spring show May 3 The Seaside Entertainers will present their spring show, "Westward Tales: The Wild West in Music," at the Lewes Senior Center on Sunday, May 3, at 2 p.m. The cast includes (l-r, in back) Hilary Lewis, Jack Deeds, Jennie Dull, Margaret Gibbs, Ernie Lewis, George Gibbs, Ruth Ben- son, Marge Lomas, Frank Liberatore, Jack Hayden, Helen Hill, Birdie Galbraith, Hanna Car- bouneau and Mary Galbralth. Seated are director/Pianist Gene Yanni and Edith Brown. The Seasiders have entertained in and out of Sussex County in nursing, rehabilitation, CHEER fa- cilities and "other senior centers and for ladies' and civic groups. Future performances in- elude another nursing home, a senior center and the Delmarva Chicken Festival. Tickets for the Lewes Senior Center performance are available at the door for a $3 donation. Light re- freshments are included. Dover Downs to host comedian Gallagher May 6-7 Gallagher, the comedian known for showering his audience with smashed apples, oranges, lettuce, cottage cheese, poundcake and his signature watermelon finale, will perform at Dover Downs Slots on Wednesday and Thursday, May 6 Rocket Continued from page 63 ble to the public from a modest distance. Instructors and students at Delaware Technical & Communi- ty College's Terry Campus are building two instrument packages, one to be flown in a helium bal- and 7. The shows start at 8 p.m. Audiences often arrive "Gal- lagherized" at the comedian's shows, wearing plastic raincoats, goggles, sunglasses, umbrellas, and windshield wipers, and even loon and the other for the Loki payload "dart," which will travel to more than 180,000 feet high be- fore floating down on a balloon. Schools from throughout Delaware, representatives of the Technology Student Association local chapter and the Delaware Civil Air Patrol will participate with the Delaware Tech team for a firsthand learning experience. refer to the front section of the theater as "death row." Tickets range from $38.50 to $50. All tickets are reserved seat- ing. For ticket information, call 302- 674-4600, Ext. 777. CAP cadets from Delaware and nearby states will help with crowd control and launch-site perimeter security. Milford Senior Center opens concert series May 8 The Milford Senior Center presents the debut production of the 1998- 99 concert series on Friday, May 8. The presentation, "Pianist, Guitarist and Soprano," is at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $8 for senior citizens, $10 for all others. Included in the evening's entertainment are light refresh- ments prepared by The Banking House Inn. This concert, and all others, are in the Crystal Room of the Milford Senior Center, 111 Park Ave., Milford. The next scheduled concert is Friday, June 12. For information and ticket reservations, call Karen Lloyd, 422-3385. Please stop by one of our delicious new menu items. Serving Lunch Thurs. - Sun. Dinner Thurs. - Sat. 11 a.m. - Midnight (Sun. - until 4 p.m.) :,: ::: " " ". ;:=2;: ::'.,. ::..: Front & Market Streets Lewes 645-7866 THEfiTER All A April 30th thru May 28th At Jordan's Rooftop Restaurant Coastal Highway and 138th St. Ocean City, Maryland .for reservatlon or InJ'ormaflon call 302-945-5763