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66 - CAPE GAZETI, Friday, May I - May 7, 1998 'Beach Bowling Blast-O-Rama' to beJlefit Rehoboth fireworks Rehoboth Beach Main Street has anfiounced that it will again be sponsoring the fireworks display in Rehoboth Beach. This year's celebration will take place on Sunday, July 5, from a barge off Rehoboth Avenue, be- ginning at approximately 9:30 p.m., following a concert at the bandstand by the Chesapeake Brass Band. Anyone who would like to help raise money for the event is wel- come to join Rehoboth Beach Main Street members on Satur- day, May 2, from noon to 3 p.m., at Midway Bowling for the "Beach Bowling Blast-O-Rame," sponsored by WGMD radio. The event will provide fun for the en- tire family, including music, tro- phies and a "best dressed" team award. There is a '50s theme for the day, so dig out those old poo- Artist of week exhibits at Carlton's in Rehoboth Carlton's has announced the continuation of its "Artist of the Week" series. This spring, Carl- Penny Lane Art Show May 2-3 to benefit RAL The annual Penny Lane Mall Fine Arts & Craft Show will be held Saturday and Sunday, May 2 and 3, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., sponsored by the Rehoboth Art League and Penny Lane Mall. The proceeds from the event will ben- efit the Rehoboth Art League. The following stores will participate: Olde Salt - a quality gift and collectibles store, including a se- lection of Cat Meow products World Showcase - an import- ed goods and gift store Teach on the Beach - coming soon Peace Frogs - a unique cloth- ing and gift store Technique - an "etched glass and more" store Magnificent Flying Machine - a magnificent toy store Caf6 Papillon - a locally renowned French caf6 Magnet Junction - a unique magnet store Pretty Little Angel Eyes - fine art gallery and collectibles, featur- ing Sharon Howe Myers Something Special - a fine art and collectibles store Tempest Fugit - a progressive clothing boutique N'ice Cream Day - selling homemade ice cream Dynasty Jewelers - a high- quality jewelry store ton's will showcase the work of several artists, all of whom bring a creative touch to clothing, furni- ture, gifts and wall hangings. The public is invited to stop by Carl- ton's, located at 31 Rehoboth Ave., to view the works. Lois Clohessy is Carlton's fea- tured artist for the week of May 9 through May 16. Clohessy will be in Carlton's on Saturday, May 9, to demonstrate her art. Items from chairs to flower pots to hats are embellished with Clohessy's hand-painted flowers and vines. Clohessy resides on Maryland's Eastern Shore and began painting about 10 years ago. In addition to making the rounds at various art shows, Clohessy shares her craft by giving lessons to beginner- and intermediate-level students at the Art Institute and Gallery in Salis- bury, Md. She is a member of the National Society of Tole and Dec- orative Painters. CREATABLE CRAFTS 146 Rehoboth Ave. die skirts and leather jackets. For a minimum donation of $20 per per- son, or $80 per team, bowling is free. For more information about where to pick up a registration form, call WGMD at 945-2050. Same day registrations will be ac- cepted. To date, Rehoboth Beach Main Street has received $10,000 in do- nations, but $20,000 more is still needed for the event to occur. All donations are tax deductible. Those interested in supporting the event may send a check to: Re- hoboth Beach Main Street Fire- works 1998, PO Box 50, Re- hoboth Beach, 19971. Major sponsors thus far include Browseabout B.ooks; the Sea Shell Shop; Jack Lingo Realtor; Spirits by the Sea; John and Debora An- gus; Ben & Jerrys; O'Conor, Piper & Flynn; and North Shores Inc. f Now Open for our 18th Season Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 11:30 a.m. Olive Avenue and the Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-6261 J Style, Grace, Sophistication and Unparalleled Oceanfront Dining. A Wide Selection of Appetizing Cuisine Prepared with Expertise and Finesse Served by a Professionally Trained Staff. Cucina Ilaliana Est. 1976 Wednesday Buy one Entree Receive the 1978 men= $4.95412.95 Weekends. Prime Rib First & Baltimore Ave. Rehoboth Beach Wednesday- Sunday Open 4:30 P.M. until 227-9255 WHETHER rI% BREAKFAST, LUNCH, AFTERNOON TEA OR A PRIVATE PARTY, FOR THAT SPECIAL OCCASION, VICTORIA'S IS THE PLACE TO GO. VICTORIA'S SUNDAY BRUNCH IS A SELECTION OF FINE FOODS AND QuALms" SERVICE 10 A.M. - 2 P.M. Reservations Suggested Where the only thing we overlook is the ocean. In the Four Diamond Boardwalk Plaza Hotel Olive Ave. & The Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach 227-0615