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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT : FRIDAY, MAY 29 - MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2015 99 Lecture events held on Mondays The Delaware Division of His- and 28. (Note: Tours will not be conducted Sept. Z) Free tours for current and for- mer members of the U.S. military and their families will also be Cape Henlopen State Park for a tour of the surviving section of the ship's hull. Reservations for the lecture/ tours are $10 per person (restrict- ed to people aged 10 and above) and are available only through the Shop Delaware website, http://shop.delaware.gov. For more information, call 645-1148. torical and Cultural Affairs will presented at 9 a.m. and noon, offer Monday lecture/tours of Saturday, June 6. Military identi- the hull of His Majesty's Sloop fication is required for the June Sl' J RrIII IG O1UI DeBraak beginning Monday, June 6 tours. 1, and Continuing through Sept. All programs begin at the 3 l sir SEA OI 28. The HMS DeBraak is a British A6TISTI R~NDITION of the cap- Zwaanendael Museum at 102 warship that was esco~ing and si~ng of the I~eBraak by Peggy Kane, Kings Highway in Lewes, where S~E OWNERSHIP protecting a convoy of British 1990. [ a lecture on the ship will be pre- and American merchant ships en ~ sented in conjunction with "A SA_~E CHEF route to the United States when p eservatio a and interpretation Seaborne Citizenry: The DeB- it was capsized and lost off the of state anc localhistory, raak and Its Atlantic World," SAME GREAT FOOD Delaware coast May 25, 1798. Lecture/10urs, which are llm- an exhibit that tells the story of what experience brings to your to.hie! The lecture/tours program was ited to 12 ~isitors per program, the vessel, its crew and the his- a2014recipientofaLeadershipwintakep~aceatlOa.m, andl toricalcontextwithinwhichit[ [i~~~ in History Award, the American p.m. on th4 following Mondays operated in the late 18th century. Association for State and Local d tring 201 : June 1, 8, 15, 22 and Attendees of the lecture will then History's most prestigious rec- 29; July 6, ]3, 20 and 27; Aug. 3, be transported, via van, to the ognition for achievement in the ~ DeBraak hull facility in nearb~ WSFS Lewes c0nce ts set June 2 Aug. 27 _ ..... r - Droner 5-I0 nightly All are invited to the 2015 raatch thelmusical breadth of chairs for a great summer filled FREE PARKING . WSFS Bank Lewes Summer The Funstel:s. This l0-piece band with the best music the region Concert Series beginning with focuses on [anything from Frank has to often a performance by The Funsters Sinatra to The Rolling Stones, For more information on the Open 7 Nights -- at 7 p.m., Tuesday, June 2, in The Beatle;toA1 Green. 2015 WSFS Bank Lewes Summer [ Year-Round Stango Park next to Lewes Public Summer concerts are free and Concert Series, contact Carol Library. It would be hard to find will be he d Tuesday evenings Richardson, projects officer for I aS lea Robinsons Dr., I~ Rehoboth Beach, DE , a band that has more fun than through Allg. 27 at Stango Park the City of Lewes, at 302-645- ; 19971 The Funsters. That is why they next to Le Jes Public Library. In 7777, Ext. 100 or crichardson@ 302-227-3100 are still entertaining thousands the event ,)f rain, concerts will ci.lewes.de.us, iustinth3nmerestaurant.eom of people after over 20 years of be held at 2ape Henlopen High playing together. Sghool au titorium, except for With a three-piece horn sec- the June 21performance. These tion, four lead vocalists and a c gncerts sponsored by WSFS guitarist who has toured the Bank andlthe City of Lewes. world with Joe Cocker, Scandal Fourteen oncerts have been and Paul Young (to name a few), scheduled meet all musical ap- it is uncommon for any band to petites. Ga her friends and bring [[ WGMD to debut marva points west of the Chesapeak Bay. $choenberger June 1 Schoenl erger is an accom- Resort Broadcasting Inc. and plished Wa l Street veteran most WGMD 92.7FM The Talk of Del- recently h lding the position of marva announce the premiere of founder al d managing partner "The Todd Schoenberger Show." for LandC lt Capital LE He is Hosted by retired hedge fund also a publlshed freelance writer manager and frequent nation- and has at thored numerous ar- al media personality, Todd M. Schoenberger, the live inter- active radio program will feature debate, discussion and insight on a variety of top- ics and timely issues impact- ing Delmarva. The show will debut at 3p.m., T. Schoenberger Monday, June 1, and will air 3 to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. Schoenberger joins a sea- soned lineup of veteran hosts and award-winning shows on WGMD, from Mike Bradley to Jim Rash to Rush Limbaugh. The addition of "The Todd Schoenberger Show" is expected to only further validate WGMD as the finest and most credible news talk radio station on Del- les for T ae Washington Times, e Baltir ore Sun, CNBC.com and FOXB1 Schoent c6mmental t61evision including ] loomber FOX News |siness.com. erger is a frequent or for several national and radio stations, CNN, CNBC, BNN, g News and Radio, and Business Chan- iiatlS; and aas been a keynote eaker at Nest Point, the United es Nav d Academy and sev- eral top-le zel financial summits tlaroughou the country, Canada Europe. ]The Sctloenberger family re- sldes full,time in the greater Lewes area. ["The Tbdd Schoenberger Show" car be heard on 92.7FM throughot t Delmarva, as well online [streaming at www. WGMD.c~m and the Tune-In r dioapp. I ]For m0 e information on WGMD 70 wgmd.com. 11 am- 2 pm Pasta (Ourpastas are made in-house daily) Tagliolini, AI Forno Prosciutto with parmesan, Bechamel sauce $12 Pappardelle -with eggplant parmigiana $11 Pesto Ravioli filled with ricotta and goat cheese $12 Steak and eggs Benedict, Bearnaise sauce $15 Eggs Benedict with crab, truffle hollandaise sauce $15 Eggs Benedict with lobster, truffle hollandaise sauce $15 Ouiche with aged Gouda and roasted vegetables $15 Griddle Brioche French toast $11 RISTORANT[ Salmon and asparagus $12 Mini individual Italian Frittata (onion, mushroom, and goat cheese) $11 Mini individual Italian Frittata (spinach, bacon, and cheddar cheese) $11 Omelet= Zebra omelet with prime rib, chicken, and a side of apple sauce $13 Muesre bacon, asparagus, aged cheddar cheese, onion, tomato, and mushroom $11 Asparagus, mozzarella, provolone $11 Lump crab meat omelet with lemon butter $13 Salads Mixed green salad with strawberry dressing $9 Mango salad with tomatoes, red peppers, red onions, honey, lime vinaigrette $9 Citrus salad with arugula, cilantro vinaigrette $9 Beverages Polio Pun;h; rose win0t muddled blackberries, lime juice, and vodka $7 | Fuzzy Mimosa: freshly squeezed orange ~ I and champagne $7 Bloody Mary $7 ,,~ Assorted Breakfast Pastries NOW OPEN DALLY. 32 Lake Avenue, Rehoboth geach, Dg' 0z-zzo-1160