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CAPE CAZE, Friday, May SO. June 5, ZOOS. SS Comedy cab00aret on tap for Milton Theatre Project Eat, drink and be merry is a per- fect description for the two nights of comedy planned for Friday and Saturday, June 13-14, in his- toric Milton. The comedy shows are fundraisers to benefit the Milton The- atre Project, and will fea- ODONNELL ture great food, great cheer and three great comediennes from Comedy Cabaret Inc. headquartered in Philadelphia. From Showtime and ABC's "Americas' Funniest Peo- ple", Pat O'- Donnell will open the shows; and billed as CONNELLY "Philly's fun- niest lady" with her own cable TV special, Mary Frances Conneily will follow. Comedy Central's, Steve Golasa will be the highlight in the closing act. The frivolity begins at 7 p.m." at the Milton Theatre with a serious buffet of hearty tastes from vari- OUS Milton businesses. Every guest will receive one free drink from the cash bar, and sweets and coffee will round out the evening' fun. All are invited to continue the effort to transform the old Milton Theatre into a performing arts center, classic movie cinema house, and unique venue for com- munity outreach. Tickets are $50 each for Friday or Saturday night and can be pur- chased at the Governor's Antiques and Milton Antique Mall in downtown Milton. For more information or to.or- der ticket, s, call 684-3400 or email mdc@snip.net. RBFS sets start of summer sceenings The Rehoboth Beach Film So- the RBFS will screen a feature ciety (RBFS) will once again look to the beach community to help shape the 2003 Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival, to be held Nov. 5-9. Starting June 2 and continuing every day Monday and Tuesday through the middle of August, the society will present the opportu- nity for the community to see films that are potential prospects for the fall film festival. At 7 p.m. every Monday and Tuesday, in the upstairs screening room at the Movies at Midway, length film or feature length doc- umentary plus a short subject film. After each screening, there will be a discussion as to the mer- its of the film and the probability of it being part of the festival. Do- nations will be accepted at the door. "The review screenings are a great way to see films that you might not otherwise see," said Joe Bilancio, programming director for the Society. "While what you see at the fes- tival in the fall tends to be the best Cape Senior Center to host variety show June 14-15 The Cape Henlopen Senior Center will present its annual variety show at 7 p.m., Saturday, June 14 and at 2 p.m., Sunday, June 15, at the Cape Henlopen High School Little Theatre. The show will be directed by June Crowley, Evelyn D'Anna and Sharon Krietzer. The theme will be the Cape Htnlopen Singers and Swingers Spirit of America, featuring patriotic medleys, the center's own gospel choir and the Tapsations. Tickets are $7 for adults and $3.50 for kids under 12 and are on sale at the center, located at 11 Christian Street, Rehoboth Beach. A limited number of tickets will be sold atthe door. .4 For more information, call the center at 227-2055. I We offer a well-rounded menu featuring continental cui- sine in a charming restored historic beach house with three cozy dining rooms and a rooftop patio. 1-1/2 lb. Whole Lobster Dinner special begins June 2nd and will run Monday - Thursday throughout the summer. Chez la Mer Restaurant and Lounge 210 Second Street, Rehoboth Beach RESERVATIONS: 227-6494 Open daily from 5:30 p.m. MONDAY SPECIAL:All wine bottles 1/2 priced from our award winning wine list. of the best, there are still many great films out there that will not make it to the festival due to lim- ited space and the film's availabil- ity in November." For more infor- mation about the screenings, call Bilancio at 645-9095. UP TO '5 OFF Milton summer concerts beglnJun 4 The town of Milton will kickoff its summer concerts in Milton Memorial Park on Wednesday, June 4. Concerts are scheduled for every Wednesday from June 4 through Aug. 6 from 7 to 9 p.m., and are spon- sored by local businesses. The Aug. 6 event will be held in conjunction with National Night Out Against Crime, sponsored in part by the Milton Police Department. The last summer Concert will be held bug. 12. The public is invited to bring lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy these free concerts. In case of rain, the Milton Theater will be used. For more information, call 684-4110. leautiful l=oocl and Spirit5 "...the casual atmosphere belies the sophisticated, creative cooking. The organic produce sparkles with flavor, the seafood is scrupulously fresh..." Washington Post our (,,lndeniab[ leautit:ul lrunch ,..erved on our Veranda, ,_undas l:rom I O-Z Dinners Thursda - 5unda y.3o Call 645-7700 to.subscribe! .