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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, MAY 29- MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2015 8~7 hM f n sprln nd ival set May 30 in Clarksville Good Earth Market will be having its annual Spring Arts and Crafts Festival from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, May 30, at the Clarksville location on Route 26. Many artisans will offer their wares, heirloom plants will be available, Birch Tree Caf iwill have amazing gluten-free lufich- es, and SoDel Concepts' ! Big Thunder Roadside Kitchen !will be on site all day serving up their famous flesh fare. The Spring Arts :and Crafts Festival began in 2007 with a modest 12 craftspeople. Origi- nally developed to showcase the organic farmand Good Earth Market, the festival has grown into a popular annual tradkion for people from all over SuSsex County. "We have over 30 local artists and artisans this year with facility on the Eastern Shore. a wonderful range of products," Good Earth Market is the larg- said Susan Ryan, owner of Good est natural foods grocery store Earth Market. on the Eastern Shore, with two The list of arts and crafts in locations in Clarksville and Re- cludes pottery, sea glass, jewelry, hoboth Beach. The stores are photography, clothing,.soaps, arts fully stocked with organic pro- and much more. Organic heir- duce, dairy, frozen foods, health loom vegetable and herb plants snacks, meats, vegetarian and will be available, vegan options, natural health and Festivalgoers can shop at the beauty products, and home and market and browse through the laundry products. diverse selection of arts and Both locations are open seven crafts. Foodies will delight in the days a week and now have ex- terrific food served up by the Big tended summer hours. Good Thunder Roadside Kitchen, the Earth Market will be at Rehoboth SoDel Concepts restaurant on VegFest Saturday, June 13, at Ep- wheels, which has captured the worth Methodist Church near art ofbackyard BBQ and fish fry, Rehoboth. For more information, as well as the famous gluten-free visit the market on Facebook or meals from the Birch Tree Caf6, go to www.goodearthmarket. the only dedicated gluten-free com. Sign up for Mispillion practice, all Supplies included; cost is $50 for members, $60 for Art League classes nonmembers. The MispiUion Art League has To register for either class, or added two classes to its ]une 2015 for more information, call 302- schedule. Sign up for Beginning 430-7646 or drop by MAL at 5 N. Pastels with Cathy Walls from 6 Walnut St., Milford. to 8 p.m., Wednesdays, ]une 3,10, 17 and July l. Learn the best ap- Bethany Beach Seaside proach to painting with pastels Craft Show set June 6 in a relaxed atmosphere. NO ex- perience necessary. Fee incllades The llth annual Seaside Craft all supplies: $70 members, $90 Show will be held from 10 a.m. nonmembers, to 5 p.m., Saturday, June 6, in Mix-It-Up with Watercolor downtown Bethany Beach. This with Kelly Sverduk is from 6:30 juried fine crafts show will fea- to 8 p.m., Tuesdays, June 9, 16, ture over 100 fine crafters along 23 and 30. This class focuses the boardwalk, bandstand area, on color basics using iust red, Garfield Parkway and Parkwood blue and yellow to create any Street. Island Fusion will play color needed. Lot of hand,-on Buffett songs and traditional is- land tunes with a real steel drum from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. There is no rain date. FOr more information, visit DJ FRIDAY: 5/29 Jammin' Jeff SUBMITTED PHOTO THE 2014 REHOBOTH VEGFE T featured John Schlimm's piece "The Smile That Changed The World (is yours)." / VegF est FestivalThe Rehoboth at Epworth Beach runs VegFest from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The public is Continued from page 85 welcome, and organizers encour- age people to bring families and growing things come from, Veg- friends, and also to invite school Fest will welcome back sponsor groups, church groups, and youth East Coast Garden Center. East groups as well. Coast is hosting the Planting The full schedule of events, Seeds for Life presentation, speakers, and activities for geared to show children how to the Rehoboth Beach VegFest plant, and the wonders of all that weekend can be found at www. grows. 5/30 SODEL CONCEPTS' BIG THUNDER ROADSIDE KITCHEN Good Earth Market's spring arts and crafts festival May 30. "My husband and I have done the food tour twice, and cannot say enough great things about it. This tour exposed us to some dining gems in Rehoboth that we would not otherwise have visited." SUBMITTED PHOTO will be on site at _gtingflEflOBOT .corn Winner of the 2014 Southern Delaware Tourism Award eat. sip. walk. discover. Open Daffy 11am- 1am SATURDAY: 5130 DJ Surf WEDNESD / Y: Trivia w/Keith White $ I00 in Gift Card Prizes THURSDAY: 6/4 re-- 33 SAVE THE DATE SATURDAY, JUNE AT 9PM CUTTING EDGE 105 Union St. * 302.684.8889 G is back with his steel drums on the patio from 6-9 with Jerry B. mslde at 9PM the patio from 6-9 Night insiderat 9PM TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: .$8 BURGER GRILLED $7/LB. W/CHOICE CHEESE WING NIGH OF SIDE $5 DOGFISH YOUR CHOICE i OFFLAVOR LUNCH * DINNER * LATE NIGHT ~ Find us on ,,-.~