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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2, May 8, 2003.89 Barbershoppers to unite for singing convention May 16-17 in Smyrna The First State Harmonizers of Milford will host a convention of 800 singing barbershoppers and their spouses on Friday and Satur- day, May 16 and 17, at Smyrna High School The quartet competi- tion begins at 7 p.m., Friday, and the chorus competition starts at 10:30 a.m., Saturday. Tickets are $12 for each competition. Twenty barbershop chapters and an equal number of quartets from New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Delaware will participate, with the event headquartered at the Dover Sheraton. o Two days of competitive bar- bershop singing will be judged by a panel of 12 men whose expertise is in vocal and visual presenta- tion. These judges are provided by the Barbershop Harmony Soci- ety of Kenosha, Wisc. The Soci- ety for the Preservation and En- couragement of Barbershop Style Quartet Singing in America Archaeology festival slated in Dover May 3 A celebration was held April 23 in Dover to commemorate the month of May being desig- nated as Ar- chaeology Month throughout the state of Delaware. Gov. Ruth Ann Minner attended the MINNER public evenL signing a proclama- tion that officially declared May as Archaeology Month. Secretary of State Harriet Smith Windsor hosted the event to launch numer- ous activities, festivals and lec- tures slated throughout the state in upcoming weeks. The In'st sched- uled event is an Archaeology Fes- tival on Saturday, May 3, in con- junction with Dover Days at the Delaware Archaeology Museum, 316 S. Governor's Avenue, Dover. Demonstrations, artifact identifi- cation and museum exhibits will be featured throughout the event. The festival is free and all ages are invited to attend. A listing, of Archaeology Month events is available at the Delaware Archaeology Museum, Delaware State Historic Preserva- tion Office, through the Archaeo- logical Society of Delaware, and the Archaeology Awareness Fo- rum, and on its website at www.delawarearchaeology.org. The Archaeology Awareness Forum works year long with the public and private sector to bring archaeology into the forefront through education, outreach, pub- lic visibility and fun activities. For more information, call 302- 739-4266. Adult Plus+ program offering May excursions The Adult Plus+ program at scheduled for May 6, and on May tainment, Ford's Theatre holds a Delaware Technical & Communi- 8, a day trip to Green Springs production of"1776" on May 17. ty College, Owens Campus, pro- manor and gardens in Alexandria, A trip tO Hillwood Museum & vides a variety of sightseeing op- Vs., provides historical and horti- Gardens on May 22 features the portunities in May. cultural enrichment. estate of cereal heiress, collector, An eight-day tour of Quebec A trip to visit du Pont family and philanthropist Marjorie Mer- City, Montreal, and Ottawa begins May 4. The trip ihcludes a visit to the Thousand Islands and a chance to see millions of tulips in bloom. Closer to home, Adult Plus+ of- fers many day trips. A self-guided tour of the Statue of Liberty is showplaces Winterthur and Long- wood offers stunning gardens and exhibits of Early American furni- ture and decorative arts on May 16. Three trips to Washington, D.C. will take place in the second half of May. For a little cultural enter- riweather Post. Finally, on May 31, the National Symphony Or- chestraPops presents classic Hol- lywood musical tunes at the Kennedy Center. For more information, or to reg- ister for trips, contact Adult Plus+ by calling 302-856-5618. Look for the- NEW & ENLARGED Rehobotb irish Eyes in May, Monday Night is Burger Night Any Burger $4.99 Dumplings $8.99 Wednesdav Prime Night $10.99 HAPPY HOUR DAILY 4- 7 Free Wings on Friday at the Bar/ LUNCH e DINNER e LATE NIGHT (SPEBSQSA) was founded in 1938 and is now composed of more than 900 chapters with some 30,000 members. The First State Harmonizers were formed five years ago with the merger of the Dover and Seaford chapters: The group meetsat 7:45 p.m. Tuesday at the Calvary United Methodist Church, 301 S.E. Front Street, Milford. Guests and prospective members are welcome to attend. 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