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By Chris Flood The second annual Arts Advo- cacy Day was held at Legislative Hall in Dover May 4. The 2017 program considered the connection between arts and education, and informed legisla- tors how the arts play a vital role in shaping Delaware's future workforce. There were performances and artwork from Delaware elemen- tary school students along with local artists. There was also a panel discussion on art educa- tion. The day concluded with readings from Poetry Out Loud state champion Cecilia Ergueta of Wilmington Friends School and first runner-up Shalyn Little- john of Hodgson Vo-Tech. “Delaware Arts Advocacy Day was a great success and cel- ebration of the arts and arts education,” said Lynn Calder, Delaware Arts Alliance market- ing and development strategist. For more information, go to Susie Keefer 814-673-4148 For more info. on this event or to become a sponsor please contact: 19730 Coastal Hwy., Rehoboth Beach Wednesday, May 31st 4 PM –10 PM Hosts Dining out for 15% OF YOUR CHECK WILL BE DONATED by Fork & Fork at Nage to help feed over 350 starving children living in the Democratic Republic of Congo. A Mediterranean Café in Downtown Rehoboth WEEKLY DINNER SPECIALS Sunday - 3 Course Prix Fixe $26 Monday - Azafran Burger Night Starting at $8 Tuesday - Tapas Happy Hour Tapas Menu $8 Wednesday - Shrimp Night $22 Choice of 6 Thursday - Steak Night $22 Live Entertainment with Holly Lane & John Flynn Friday - Seafood Night $25 3 Courses 18 Baltimore Ave., Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Reservations Recommended • 302-227-8100 • BREAKFAST Sat. & Sun. 8am - Noon LUNCH Daily Noon - 3:00 • DINNER Daily 5:00 Go Organic... Go Healthy... Go Freshly Squeezed 12 Wilmington Ave., Rehoboth Beach, DE Hours: 8 AM - 4 PM (closed Tues.) (302) 227-4909 | featuring Homemade Quiches, Crème Brûlée French Toast Fresh Fruit Smoothies & Juices, Cold-Pressed Juices Gourmet Sandwiches & Organic Salads and Gluten-free Options 94 FRIDAY, MAY 19 - MONDAY, MAY 22, 2017 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette Art enthusiasts make their pitch Second annual Arts Advocacy Day takes place at Legislative Hall in Dover More information: » LYNN CALDER PHOTOS LT. GOVERNOR BETHANY HALL-LONG introducing cello player Eric Coyne. Arts Advocacy Day was held May 4 in Legislative Hall. Pictured are (l-r) Del- aware Division of the Arts Deputy Director Kristin Pleasanton, Delaware Arts Alliance Executive Director Dr. Guillermina Gonzalez, Rep. Debra Heffernan, D-Bellefonte, Department of Education Secretary Dr. Susan Bunting, Depart- ment of State Secretary Jeffrey W. Bullock, and Delaware Arts Alliance Oper- ations Specialist Jessica Ball. Rep. Debra Heffernan, D-Bellefonte, and Department of Education Secre- tary Dr. Susan Bunting. Advocates at Delaware Arts Advoca- cy Day included Rehoboth Art League Chief Operating Officer Sara Ganter and Dogfish Head Beer & Benevo- lence Coordinator Mark Carter. El Palmer Drum Line making music in Legislative Hall. LEWES PHOTOGRAPHER GERI DIBIASE’S Cars and Cigars, Images of Cuba is being featured in a new gallery, 1st & Pond. The artist's recep- tion will be 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday, May 21, at the gallery at 7 South First St. in Rehoboth Beach. For more of her work, go to  Shown is “Hermanos” by Geri Dibiase. DIBIASE RECEPTION SET MAY 21 AT 1ST & POND GALLERY