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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 30 - June 5, 1997 - 59 Cape Henlopen State Park day camp applications still available Space is still available for sever- al of the day camp programs of- fered at the Seaside Nature Center at Cape Henlopen State Park. The popular nature oriented camps feature hikes, outdoor activities, games and crafts dealing with the natural environment of Cape Hen- lopen State Park and Sussex County. Week long, full day (7.5 hours) sessions are offered for eight- and nine-year-olds. Earth Stars is a full day camp for eight- and nine-year-old chil- dren that will explore the crea- tures that inhabit Cape Henlopen with special focus on the adapta- tions that help them find food, capture prey, attract a mate or avoid predators. Hands-on science activities combined with hikes, games and crafts will highlight this for young naturalists. This camp is offered July 7-11 and July 28 - Aug. 1, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The cost for this camp is $I00. per child. Junior Naturalists is a full day camp in which young participants will explore the world of Cape Henlopen's wild creatures and the adaptations that allow them to sur- vive in the wild. Seining, crab- bing, hikes, games and crafts are some of the activities included in this nature education camp. This camp is offered July 14 - 18 and Aug. 4 - 8 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The cost per child for this camp is $100. This year the camp is offering two new camps for 12- to 15-year- olds. Voyager Camp is a four-day camp for active, outdoor oriented youngster. In the spirit of the "Voyageurs," adventurers hired to transport men and goods into the wilderness in colonial North America, participants will explore some of Delaware's most beauti- ful waterways by canoe and hike the wild, open spaces of Delaware's beautiful state parks. In addition campers will travel back in time to the Civil War era when visiting Pea Patch Island and Fort Delaware. This adven- ture camp is offered June 30 - July 3, from 8:30 a.m. to 4: p.m. and costs $120. per child. Space is limited on this camp so early reg- istration is a must. Fishy fun for small fry at Cape State Park fishing pier May 31 The Seaside Nature Center at Cape Henlopen State Park is call- ing all kids, 13 years old and un- der, to participate in a children's fishing tournament Saturday, May 31 on the fishing pier at Cape Henlopen State Park. Children can begin registering at the Picnic Pavilion at the base of the pier at 10 a.m.. The tournament will con- tinue until 2 p.m. Prizes, donated by Hoss's Fish and Tackle, will be awarded to the anglers that land the longest and heaviest fish of the day. A full line of tackle and bait are available at Hose's Bait and Tackle. Hoss's also rents rods and reels for little fisherfolk that don't have equipment of their own. State Park entrance fees, $2.50 per in-state vehicle, $5 per out-of- state vehicle, will be in effect the day of the event. For information contact 645-6852. DRBA offering "Carefree, The Cape May-Lewes Ferry is offering a .special car-free excur- sion package to Cape May which includes a ride on the ferry and a choice between two shuttle ser- vice scenic destinations in Cape May. The Trolley Tour option features an old fashioned trolley ride through historic Cape May. This 30-minute guided tour will introduce passengers to the city's considerable charm and history. The package is available week- days until June 12 with departure from the Lewes terminal at 10 a.m. only, and the return from Cape May is on the 4:20 p.m. fer- ry only. The package is also avail- able daily between June 13 and Oct. 24, and on weekends until June 8, and weekends from Oct. 25 to Nov. 20. Departure time for these dates is 11:20 a.m. from Lewes, and the return is at 6:20 p.m. from Cape May. Passengers may choose the Lighthouse option instead, which features a trip to the Cape May Lighthouse, built in 1859. Visitors to the lighthouse are invited to climb the tower stairs to the watch gallery for a panoramic view. There is a Museum Shop, and the Visitor's Orientation Center is lo- Carfree" Day in Cape May Lighthouse grounds. The package is available daily from June 20 to Sept. 4, with an 11:20 a.m. Lewes departure and a 6:20 p.m. return from Cape May. The cost for ei- ther package is $17 for adults and $8 for children 12 and under. For more information, call 644-6030. HAPPY HOUR AT THE BAR EVERYDAY 4-7 WATERFRONT DOCK BAR OPEN WEEKENDS Full Lunch & Dinner Menu 6 T.V.'S FOR ALL SPORTS Open 7 Days 11:30 a.m.- I a.m. IRISH EYES cated in the Oil House on the The Young Ranger camp of- fered Aug. 11 - 15, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., is the second camp for 12- to 15-year-olds. This week long camp will focus on careers relating to natural resources and parks and recreation. Participants will interact with natural re- sources professionals, learn about the education required to enter the field and participate in resource management, preservation and restoration projects. The cost is $120. per child Registration can be done in per- son at the Nature Center or by mail. Full payment must accom- pany all appli_cations to reserve space. Cape Henlopen State Park cannot take reservations or hold spaces over the phone. The Nature Center is open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information or to request a registration packet please call the Seaside Nature Center at Cape Henlopen State Park at 645-6852. $6,95 Early Bird Pasta Specials Choose your favorite from 7 Pastas & 10 Sauces, and on Mondays: C Manicotti or Cheeee Ravioli Price includes Salad, Bread & Entree from 4-( p.m. Nightly After Dinner Theatr00 -By Reservation Only- %_ Seafood, , Ch R bs Maryland 1/2 Price Appetizer Nite Whole Maine Carry ts Welcome Open Daily N lb. of Shrimp] Happy Hottr 3 to 7PM Pitcher of ] with FREE BUWE'I' Beer $9.95 ] 302-97-6700 OR 302-945-8900 i i Lunch Buffet] (Rehoboth $5.95) t Long Neck Fri 5/30: Stumble GiantSteps All Female Oil Wrestling Waterfront Anglers Road On The Deck 4-8 p.m. Friday, "The Wise'Gu"'y"s,, 9-1 The Mighty ehihua'huas ,, Outside 3-7 Inside 9-1 soay The Mighty Chihuahuas,, REHOBOTH'S FAVORITE FAMILY PUB & RESTAURANT IS NOW EVEN MORE RELAXED & COMFORTABLE 15 Wilmington Avenue o AII New Barstools with Padded Seats & Backs Kid's Menu, Kid's Video TV 9th FRIDAY HAPPY HOUR 4-7 " NOW OPEN 7 DAYS s MON. - THURS. 5-1 a.m, FRI. 4-1 a.m. SAT& SUN. 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