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62 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 30 - June 5, 1997 Seventh Zwaanendael Heritage Garden Tour slated for June 21 HeTFt:gTet G enn ToX/s;ons od:d  ths gndd ;1: 'u a cdlst g. T' e o E;ll ;In oll t Ho l ;Ieg ll.e by the Lewes Chamber of Com- artists will sell their works at the chids will give a talk on "Growing merce, will be held Saturday, June 21 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., when Lewes residents will open up their grounds to the public. A Garden Party preview will kick off the event on Friday evening, June 20 and tickets are $10 per person, which includes light hors d'oeuvres and a compli- mentary drink. Tickets admitting one person to both the preview garden market after 4 p.m. Floral arrangement demonstrations will be given in the tour gardens and a display of various idea gardens will be shown. The Cape Artists will exhibit and sell their artwork as well. Three lectures will be held at St. Peter's Episcopal Church Hall on Mulberry Street. These lectures are free with a tour ticket and $2 Orchids in Your Home" at 3 p.m. The downtown Lewes business- es will participate in a judged con- tainer garden contest, including a popular vote by tour ticket buyers. Second Street will be closed to ve- hicles throughout the day to allow merchants to expand their busi- nesses to the parking areas in front of their stores. Tickets are on sale at the Lewes L_.IPrj Beef filet with sauce Dijonaise  Rack of Lamb - Award wUuang we t bldl sen bar Fine Dinir Since 1980 Ouavaeous Homemade Desserts Serving Dinner Daily From 5:30 p.m. Outdoor Deck Now Open Non-Smoklng Available Major Cards Reservations Corner of 2nd & Wilmington, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware 302-227-6494 party and the tour and lectures is per lecture for those not partici- Chamber of Commerce office, !1  $15. pating in the tour. 120 Kings Highway in the Fisher- There will be a self-guided tour The first lecture is slated for 11 Martin House, $8 in advance and I t ofthe 10gardens, a garden market a.m., with Charles Thomas of $10 on the day of the tour. Chil- I !  at Zwaanendael Park where ven- Lilypons speaking on "Water Gar- dren under 12 accompanied by an n dors will sell garden-related mer- dens," Jay Windsor from Wind- adult are free. i chandise, sor's Flowers and Plant Outlet For more information call the  , . 2 Obltlvnue Entertainment will be featured will speak on "Annuals, New, Old chamber at 645-8073. ! I RAL offering Playhouse subscrlpuons ' ,' Great Margarltasl Fine Mexican Fare! ', Happy Hour Nightly 5-7 p.m. -- ..--t, ..a, uo-- -zz C,ica, o a.00s.v, aloO t,. 00a,00ou..e fe. 00or.a.s atre Group has subscriptions er choices, portation for the six shows is $90 ! available for the 1997-98 season The cost for senior tickets is and is usually collected in late Au- ! atre.at the Wilmington Playhouse The- $138 and $230 for regular orches- gust.tra center section. Ill '  ) Scheduled are six tentative The bus leaves at 9:15 a.m. Anyone wishing more informa-  , shows, including "Smokey Joe's from Ames parking lot and usual- tion should contact Sally Wilson Cafe," "Defending the Caveman" ly returns by 7 p.m. at home, 227-7828, or ask for her : (the longest running solo play on Destination in Wilmington is voicemail at her work number, Broadway), "Chita and All That the Hotel DuPont, the location of 227-2541. Beach also offered its support by nity support and look forward to : Open 7 Days J lazz placing small plaques on the in- donations that will help keep these : DlnnerServed 5-10p.m. strument cases, programs working in the future,' II AS funds for the arts continue to Jerrell noted. :, -- Lunch rv_ =ed N=oonto_5 p.m.=Sat_ &= S_un_ ,. l Continued from page 61 decline, the Scotty Jazz Founda- For further information contact h school within the city limits of Rehoboth Beach, where the jazz festival is held each October, should become involved. Having taught at Rehoboth Ele- mentary for the past four years, Hetfield voiced his concern that too many promising musicians are prevented from joining the band due to the expense of purchasing the instruments. This new program should open up the band to students from every walk of life. This year's Rehoboth Elemen- tary School recipients of instru- ments are Evett Waters, flute; Jarvis Black, trumpet, and Charles Conquest, trombone. Also, the foundation provided funding to Woodbridge Elementary School for the purchase of a drum kit that will allow the music program to introduce a jazz band under the di- rection of Carolyn Whitt. The Scotty Jazz Foundation has received many generous dona- tions from individuals as well as from the Annual Jazz Festival held in Rehoboth Beach. The foundation has also received a great deal of support from the Delaware Music School through its fundraising efforts and admin- istration and organization of pri- vate lessons to several past stu- dent recipients of the Scotty Jazz Foundation program. Etched in Time engravers of Rehoboth tion is committed to supporting jazz and music programs that en- courage young students to keep jazz alive, just as Scotty has for so many years. "We appreciate all the commu- Sydney Arzt, president, 227-1339, or Jerrell, 645-5066. Donations and correspondence are received at The Scotty Jazz Foundation, P.O. Box 939, Rehoboth Beach DE 19971. Dine while enjoying the scenic view of Lewes' Inner Harbor Open for Our 11 th Great Season! Fleservation are recommended to avoid disappointment. :... Lewes 64,7 00Lamp Post Restaurant Shrimp Monday All you care to eat of steamed spicy shrimp $14.95 Tuesday Go Crab Crazy! For one great price of $15.95 enjoy a crab appetizer and a crab entree. Lots of choices. Wednesday BBQ All you can eat of hickory smoked Baby Back Ribs $14.95 Thursday is Prime Rib Night Our slow-roasted tender Prime Rib for $14.50 Friday Seafood Feast All you care to eat o.f steamed snow crab legs and spicy PYO shrimp $18.95 Sunday Delaware Beach Bake A steaming basket featuring lobster, shrimp, clams, mussels, red potatoes, and an ear of corn $19.95