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70- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday,. May 30- June 5, 1997 Temptations to open UD Summer Arts Festival in Lewes July 9 The University of Delaware's 10th annual Summer Arts Festi- val, scheduled for July 9-12 in Lewes, once again promises something for every music taste from Motown to the symphony, and everything in between. The Temptations, with special guests the Marvelettes, will open the festival on Wednesday, July 9, with a' special "Motown Remem- bered" show which begins at 7:30 p.m. Advance tickets are $10 for adults, $6 for children ages seven to 17, and free for kids under sev- en. All tickets cost $2 more if pur- chased the day of the show. The festival will continue on Thursday, July 10, with the Amer- ican Family's production of "Sleeping Beauty." The produc- tion is free to children age 17 and under. Adult tickets are $5 in ad- vance and $7 the day of the show. On Friday, July 11, contempo- rary gospel performers Jonathan Pierce and Patty Cabrera will of- fer a "Celebration of Life" concert beginning at 7:30 p.m. Advance tickets are $8 for adults, $6 for children ages 7-17 and free for children under seven. Groups of 10 or more can purchase advance tickets for $1 off. Individual tick- ets are $2 more when purchased the day of the show. The festival concludes Satur- day, July 12 with the annual Cape Concert, featuring this year's spe- cial guests, The Kingston Trio performing with select members of the Delaware Symphony. The concert begins at 8 p.m. Advance tickets are $12 for adults, $6 for children ages 7-17, and free for those under seven. Again, tickets are an additional $2 when pur- chased the day of the show. Be- fore the symphony performance, the Royal Palm Steel Band will provide picnic time entertainment starting at 5:30 p.m. As usual, the Fenwick Lions to hold pancake breakfast The Fenwick Island Lions Club will hold their annual pancake breakfast at Harpoon Hanna's on Saturday, June 7 from 7 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The menu will include pancakes, sausage or bacon, or- ange juice and coffee or tea. The cost for the all-you-can-eat break- fast is $4. All money taken in from the event will go directly towards community programs. Del. Heritage Hands-On day camp July 21-25 The Delaware Heritage Com- mission is now accepting registra- tions for its July 21-25 'hands-on' day camp. The camp, for children ages 11-13, will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and will feature a trip to a different state park or mu- seum each day. Kids will be 'pris- oners' in a-real dungeon, slough through Delaware's Cypress swamp, and actually hold in their hands documents that make Delaware a state. For information, call the commission at (302) 577- 2144, or the web site at www. I °-°-°-°'°'°'°-°-°-°-°'°-°-° CASINO NIGHT ! Friday, June 6 • , ;:t,P,.E _.:a til • Ooor Prizes " Cape Henlopen Elks Lodge From Rehoboth, tum left at Fwe Points onto Route 9, then go about 25 yards ,,• and bear left to Route 23 '4 °° Admission i 0 "Refreshments" .o _o (t4ust be 21 yea of age - I.D. required) ) Call 645-7016 for more information • 0 0 lOlOlOlOlOlOlOlOlOlOlOlOlOlOl symphony concert will conclude with a fireworks spectacular. All events will be held outdoors on the grounds of the Hugh R. Sharp campus in Lewes. Audience members should bring lawn chairs and blankets. Picnic dinners are encouraged and a wide assortment of foods will be available. Chil- dren must be seated with parents when the concerts begin. Tickets will go on sale in May at the following locations: Univer- sity of Delaware offices at The Green, Dover, and the Higher Ed- ucation Building in Georgetown; at all UD box offices in Newark and at the Lewes Chamber of Commerce, 120 King's Highway. For more information or to charge tickets, call 855-1620. The Orighud Place For illlm! DINNER BUFFET Induda Aluk Cb Legs (.€ J's Fmow e Friday, Saturday, and nday May 30th, 31st,  June Ist "You Have To See It To Believe It" Rehear g Children's Menu Available Also "':':"': ..................... i ................................................................................................................................................................................................... ii#' '' ALL YOU C\\; tAT  / =, A • v lin "-' I H 11 bB LEGS BB 9, RIBS & CH KE ] x [iiii v • v v Monday, June',,nd / ta,,Dn ['iiiii, /-lb-.. 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