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60 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 30 - June 5, 1997 The Rehoboth Art League Cottage Tour will be dedicated this year to the memory of Elizabeth Bingham, a member for over 50 years, seen above, with some of her pottery. Rehoboth Art League Cottage Tour to be dedicated to Bingham The forty-eighth Rehoboth Art League Cottage Tour will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday, July 8 and 9 from noon to 5 p.m. This year's tour is dedicated to the memory of Elizabeth N. Bingharn, a contemporary of RAL founder Louise Chambers Corkran and ac- tive member of the league for more than 50 years. Bingham's daughter, Connie Boland of Re- hoboth Beach and Bethesda, Md., and sister, Blix Koones of Re- hoboth Beach and Key Colony, Fla., are co-chairs of the 1997 Cottage Tour. Bingham passed away in De- cember of 1996. She is listed as a founding member of the Rehoboth Art League in "Delaware Women Remembered," a 1971 book list- ing accomplished women of Delaware. A Red Cross 'Grey La- dy' during World War II, Bing- ham volunteered for numerous other organizations in the Wash- ington, D.C. area and Delaware, including the Art League. An avid potter, an award for excellence in pottery at the League's annual Member's Craft Exhibit has been established in her name. The Cottage Tour will feature the unique homes of seven area residents and a display of League artists in one of the homes, as well as tea and cookies served at the Art League. Tickets are $10 and may be ob- tained at the Rehoboth Art League and at area merchants about a month before the tour. Proceeds from lunch purchased at the Cor- ner Cupboard Inn on the days of the tour will be donated to the Re- hoboth Art League. For more information, call 227- 8408. Father's Day canoe trip at Trap Pond June 15 Trap Pond State Park will offer a Father's Day canoe outing on the waters of the Trap Pond Canoe Trail on Sunday, June 10 beginning at 1 p.m. A discussion on paddling safety and basic paddling instructions will be included. No experience is necessary. All equipment will be provided. The cost is $10 per person with a limit of 14 people. Advance registration and a reservation deposit are required. For more information or to register, call the Baldcypress Nature Center at 875-5163. CAFE Relax and enjoy a Matrix facial at our salon. Under the expert care of our licensed staff, your skin will be deeply cleansed, exfoliated and massaged. Then you'll completely unwind as a Matrix treatment masque leaves your skin soft, smooth and radiant. Schedule an appointment and receive complimentary cosmetic application. Alpha Hydrox Facial $35 Firm Defensive Treatment $20 wmattix- HAIR'SKIN'COSMETICS IHAHIR IBY 4323 Highway One Rehoboth Beach, De IEIDWAIf:LID JAMES 302-227-1960 800-259-0407 FIEf t It takes a professional manicure to make problem nails this perfect. No matter what shape your's are in - chipped, broken, bitten or just too short - Come to our salon. We can give you what you always wanted - a perfect set of nails. Take home a Perfect Nail Color to match your manicure& lips! full set $45 fill $25 manicure $12 french manicure $15 polish (fingers) $6 (toes) $8 pedicures $30 by Madell Colpo IHIAll IR BY 4323 Highway One Rehoboth Beach, De EDWAP,,D JAMES 302-227-1960 800-259-0407