Newspaper Archive of
Cape Gazette
Lewes, Delaware
Jim's Towing Service
May 19, 1995     Cape Gazette
PAGE 53     (53 of 76 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 53     (53 of 76 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 19, 1995
 

Newspaper Archive of Cape Gazette produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2018. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Rebobotb Art League sets collage workshop June 3 The multi-talented Doris Brandt Bauer will conduct a one-day multi-media workshop on collage in Rehoboth Art League Satur- day, June 3 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. This special class is an opportunity to create an original collage art piece through the selection and arrangement of shades of color, texture and pattern in either an abstract or realistic interpretation. Bauer graduated with her bachelor of fine arts from the College of William and Mary and studied on the graduate level at Towson State University, University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins. She has taught 20 years in the Baltimore City public school system, Howard County schools, the Baltimore Bureau of Recreation and the Rehoboth Art League. Her art forms, which include collage, fabric, wood and found objects, art on exhibit at RAL, as are pieces by her husband George Bauer, son Andy and Daughter Hollis Bauer Esposito through May 24. The cost of the workshop is $25 for members and $35 for non- members plus a $2 material fee which should be paid to the instruc- tor that day. Participants should also bring several size brushes for glue; small jars or plastic containers for water and glue; mat board, foam board or sturdy cardboard for background of a size on which one wishes to work; scissors, various papers for color contrast, pat- tern, texture, wrap, tissue, magazine pages, metallic, corrugated, handmade; scraps of ribbon, yard, buttons. Those interested in taking the class should call RAL at 227-8408. Early registration is advised as class sizes are limited. Fun amUy Dining Restaurant & Pizzeria Route 24 Peddler's Village Open Year 'round 6:30 A. M. 302-945-7200 Across from City Hall. Uptown Rehoboth 227-3895 Open Daily at 5 p.m. Dont Drive, Catch the Jolley Trolley " Monday " Any Dinner Entr6e s9.95, includes salad, vegetable 8 starch " Tuesday ~ '8.95 Fish Entrees ~ Wednesday " 1/2 Price Burgers ~ Thursday ~ 30% off All Dinner Entr6es Joln us at the Rose & Crown for a unique dining experience in a cozy pub atmosphere. We feature authentic English fare, Fresh Seood, Beef& Homemade Desserts. VOTED BEST BEER SELECTION Delaware Tmlay Magmdne Killian's Red. John Courage. Harp. Watneys Bass Ale Guiness Stout WMtbmad - New Castle Brown Ale (All Avdd 0. Tap) CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, blay 19 - IVlay 25, 1995 - 53 Golden Fourth Club memberships now available With summer comes Sussex County's 14th annual Old Fash- ioned Sussex County July Fourth Celebration at Delaware Tech Southern Campus, Georgetown. A way to ensure that you and your family have a great time is by applying for membership in the Golden Fourth Club, established by Jack F. Owens, campus direc- tor, for individuals who want con- venience and special privileges for themselves and their families. Membership can be obtained for a $100 donation and entitles the bear to a reserved protected park- ing area within easy access to all activities, two meal tickets and four beverage tickets, two swim- r ISunday I  p,t:e t, JJ a/5.7 p... lOur mous h .U s or e 'cCd t Jn tom" slJa  with complimentary spicy chicken wingS. ANO, after g p.m. let your hair down wh our DJ and   at   fustum INS ' " RID DOe Monday The Odglnal 1/2 Price Burger Night (Slnce 1977) 1/2 pound of the finest ground chuck burgers with lots of extras or, new this year, Goetrgers and borgers. Enjoy a Becket o' ice cold 7 oz. Ruling Ro or Budweiser at special Monday oy pdcea. Tuesday "Moonoy'8 Iced Tea Night" A Summer House tradition since 1977. Whom else would you be on Tuesday? Special prices for Monney's Iced Teas and: ,4 . RED DOe iwl [lIae i,&vf=le mlr;t i tl ii i.li fl i i nlfl J=imq l l l l [=Ill i I@,-,.--- , Thank goodness for wackondsi Meat up with your beach house members for great music and lots of beach pron giveaways. Fmtudng nomno Rock. DJ SPINS YOUR FAVORITE TUNES FRIDAY THRU TUESDAY Saturday We're the best place to see and be seen. Catch the Jofley Trolley light to our front or back door. Our DJ spins your favodte tunea. Cbeck it ouL Saturday, May 20 "The Blues Gems" Wednesday, May 24 "Blue Raven" O*O,OOOH*O.H*O*OOOOO**HOOOOOOOO.O*.*OO Friday Nights "lraoke" .6e.e.eeeeeeooeeeoe6oe.moel.e Sundays 3 to 6 "Fuaeh" ruing pool passes, tailgalting priv- ileges and a Golden Fourth sticker which identifies the owner as an active supporter of the celebra- tion. For an extra $25 donation, club members may also reserve a picnic table with an umbrella. The club parking area, which is supervised by security guards, provides an excellent view of the entertainment and fireworks dis- play. Call Candy Abbott at 856- 5400, ext. 565, Monday through Friday, to register. Join Us For HAPPY HOUR ON THE HARBOR Beginning Thursday, May 25 (and then every Thursday) 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. DJ CAPT. JOE! T-shirts, Hats, Promotional Items Outdoor Grill Open I " Greenhouse Bakery Open I I Friday thru Monday, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. I ON MONDAYS, MANY ITEMS 1/2 PRICE I Specializing in stunning classic French pastries, fresh breads & oversized sticky buns. J * Friday, May 26 - DJ CAPT JOE * Saturday, May 27 - BLUE RAVEN * Sunday, May 28 - WOODY & BLUE RAVEN I Never A Cover Charger , I 645-6271 Lighthouse Resfouroof At Fisherman's Wharf In Lewes r