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i Cape State .... Park Greenfe00t '97 to cele rate trails, greenways Whether it's hiking or biking greenways and trails. Off-site tvironmental Training Center in person of the Coastal Heritage a trail, how to. obtain funding and tours include the Milton Gover- nor's Walk, Mispillion River Walk in Milford, proposed Lewes Greenway, Abbot's Mill Nature Center, Broadkill River boat trip, Lewes bike tour and Delmarva Dennis sea kayaking. A special tour aboard the Cape May-Lewes Ferry will allow bike enthusiasts to travel from Cape Henlopen to Cape May. The conference will allow civic, trail or environmental organiza- tions, government officials, re- source managers or elected offi- cials a chance to learn more about greenways and trails. The conference will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Biden Delaware's trails, or establishing a community greenway, there is something for everyone at Green- fest '97. The event will be held Saturday, June 7, beginning at 9 a.m. at Cape Henlopen State Park, and will feature'a variety of activ- ities throughout the day at the park and at other locations. As part the National Trails Day celebration, Greenfest '97 will serve as both a conference and festival. Festival activities at Cape Hen- lopen will include musical enter- tainment, information exhibits, guided hikes, safety clinics for kids and tours of some of South- ern Delaware's most popular RAL offers writing classes discuss ways to get unstuck, to become braver and to trust your intuition as a writer. The cost is $30 for members and $45 for non- members. Goldberg is a poet and essayist whose pieces are widely published. Her poetry has been commissioned for the theater at Maryland Art Palace and her work is part of the Baltimore Museum of Art's permanent collection. Her book, "Room to Write: Daily Invi- tations to a Writer's Life," was published in 1996 by Putnam. To register for either class, call the Art League at 227-8408. A writing and journal workshop are two classes that author Bonni Goldberg will teach this spring at the Rehoboth Art League. "Journal Keeping," designed to teach students how to structure a journal and of its many uses, will be held Tuesday, May 27 from 1 to 4 p.m. Several journal tech- niques will be explored. The cost is $25 for members and $35 for non-members. "Room to Write," Goldberg's other class, will meet on Wednes- day and Thursday, May 28 and 29 from 7 to 9 p.m. The class will Second Street Players set auditions is a script for perusal in the Mil- ford Library. The play is directed by Kenney Workman. The auditions are in the Players' Riverfront Theatre, 2 S. Walnut St. in downtown Milford. Produc- tion dates are July 25, 26 and 27 and August l, 2 and 3. For information, call 422-8777. The Second Street Players of Milford have auditions set for Tuesday, May 27 and Wednesday, May 28, 7 p.m., for the contempo- rary adult comedy, "Don't Dress for Dinner." The play requires three men and three women, ages mid-20s to 50s. Auditions will be readings from the script; and there Milton Ladies Auxiliary to sponsor 'cruise night' The Milton Volunteer Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary will sponsor "cruise night" at Midway Bowl on Wednesday, June l l from 7 to 9 p.m., for its seven-day cruise on Nov. 22-29 on the Carnival ship Fasci- nation. The evening will feature a video, doorpfizes and snacks. For booking for information, Call 644-1837. COTTAGE CAFE C k, F h g: R ape Henlopen State Park. The :ynote speaker will be Chuck ink, president of Greenways, c., one of the nation's premier 'eenway designers. Lt. Gov. ath Ann Minner, former chair- Greenway Council, will also speak at the event. The conference topics will offer participants information in how to get a greenway or trail going in a community, how to plan and map a briefing on current land-use planning issues and legislation af- fecting greenways and trails. For more information, or to reg- ister, call the Division of Parks and Recreation at (302) 739-5285. S The Original PINe For RiWl Try Our NEW BREAKFAST BUFFET 7 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Satuy, Sunday, 6" Monday May t4tl, ZSth,  6th DINNER BUFFET Alul Crab Lep & JM's Fmo  I Flday, Satuzlay.Sunday & Monday May Z3l, Z4th, 25th, 6" 26th "You Have To See It To Believe It" ll I" lildren'# Menu A vaUable Also ALL YOU CAN FAT BBQ, RIBS& CHICKEN The starts off with BBQ Chicken, BBQ Baby Back Ribs & BBQ Beef Ribs. After the initial order you may re-order any of the above. Offer available until closing. The Kids Love our CHILDREN'S MENU Pizza, Dinosaur nuggets & Lots Morel All spec/als not available for Carry Out or Early Bird EARLY 3.00 BIRD MENU from *8.95 (Early Bird tfl 6:00 pm) REG00 MENU from *9.95 Childrens Menu Available OFF Monday, May 26 1997 's NEW Fabulous I00 ft. Dinner Buffet MUST PRFENT COUPON WHEN SEATED ONE PERSON PER COUPON HAPPY HOUR TILL 6:30 PM Satellite TV's * Lite Fare Menu * Children's menu Carry Out Available * Ample Parking at ALL Locations t