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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 4 - June 10, 2004 - 109 Black and White gala unveils artwork CAMP Rehoboth offered a preview May 29 of the diverse artwork that will be available in the HEART of the Communi- ty Art Auction of the 2004 Black and White Beach Ball. This year 17 artists have created pieces employing the theme Heartwork. "This art show reminds me that we have the creative pow- er to make a difference in the world around us - one heart- beat at a time - and that the true art of our lives involves far more than pigment, brush and canvas," said Murray Archibald, CAMP Rehoboth president who co-chaired the art auction committee with artist Sondra Arkin. The Black and White Beach Ball, scheduled for Saturday, june 5, at the Atlantic Sands Ballroom on Baltimore Avenue, is an annual event to honor the Founder&apos;s Circle of the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center project and a fundraiser to as- sist in completing the community center. Shown at the pre- view party are artists (l-r) Randy Wise, Michael Weinert, Dale Sheldon, Rodney Cook, Bob Rahamin, Sondra Arkin, Liza Fleming, Ronald Butt, Ward Ellinger, Chip Freeman, Murray Archibald, Gary Fisher, and Aina Nergaard-Nammack. Participating artists not pictured are: Julie Baxendell, Lee Wayne Mills, Brian Petro, Patti Shreeve and Edwin Krumm. Seaside Train Club to hold first train show June 26 The Seaside Train Club will host its first train show in conjunction with the Millville Fire Company from 9 to 3 p.m., Saturday, June 26. The ladies auxiliary will serve breakfast and lunch which will finan- cially benefit the fire company. There will be several train layouts as- sembled and running and more than 40 tables of trains and train acces- sories and collectibles. For more information call Doug at 539-4699. Bridin Reynolds Hughes photo Lunch served from 11 AM Dinner served from 5:30 PM Sorry, No Reservations Accepted The Buttery Barrestaurant i 2nd and Savannah, Lewes Delaware ! Reservations 302.645.7755 L'unch/dinner daily Sunday brunch www buttery'restaurant corn ' Callcs : Beet Reetaurant in Lewes I i I 110 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 4 - June 10, 2004 Cape Gazette file photo The Lewes Garden Tour annually features many of the city's finest gardens. Lewes gardens getting set for June 19 tour The 14th annual Lewes Garden Tour, a self-guided tour of 10 pri- vate gardens in the historic sea- side town, will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, June 19. Sponsored by the Lewes Cham- ber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau Inc., the tour will be held rain or shine. Complementary activities for the event include a garden market with more than 50 vendors spe- cializing in garden-related retail items, free lectures on gardening- related topics, musical "entertain- ment in Zwaanendael Park and working artists and quilters in the gardens. Lectures include water garden installation by Richard Koogle, director of operations for Lily- pans Water Gardens, Buck- eystown, Md.; flower arranging by Mayumi Williamson, owner of Flowers by Mayumi; water gar- dens for small spaces, by Christo- pher Valenti, owner of J.B. Land- scaping; and growing, harvesting and using herbs, by Margaret Reyes. Music will be provided in Zwaanendael Park by the Down- town Dixieland Band and in some of the gardens by the Delaware Music School students and facul- ty. A food tent will be open in the park throughout the day. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 the day of the tour and can be purchased at the Lewes Chamber of Commerce, located at 120 Kings Highway "in Lewes, or by calling the Chamber at 645-8073. Tickets paid for in advance by phone will be held for pick up at the Chamber office. For more information, call the Chamber at 645-8073. Kalmar Nyckel offers sunset, family sails The Kalmar Nyckel, Delaware's tall ship, will offer sunset, family and pirate sails during the "month of July. Sunset sails are offered from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, July 9, Sunday, Ju- ly 11, Tuesday, July 13, Wednesday, July 14, Thursday, July 15, Friday, July 16, and Sunday, July 18. Akids and family sail is planned for 6 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, July 20; and a pirate sail will be offered from 5 to 7 p.m., Thursday, July 8, Saturday, July 10 and Saturday, July 17. The Kalmar Nyckel is also available for private charter tours. Call 302-429-7447 for more information or visit woodgrilled food ] ho00e beer small-batch sPirits "This place rocks... the modestly priced food is some of the tastiest in Rehoboth... but the best reason to visit Dogfish is its homemade beer & rums." The Washington Post Open EverYdayl Live music 6/4 Love Syndicate 6/5 AJ. & Altercana Open M - F at 4 p.m. Sat & Sun at noon 320 Rehoboth Ave. 302-226-BREW Friday 8am-4am Sunday 12 noon-2om , All-American giveaway! Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet! There are two months remaining to earn entries into Midwayas 2005 Chevy F.quinox LTSUV Drqwing. The winner will also get tickets to o major game, hot dogs and apple pie. Points earned from Mayl-July 31 will qualify you for on entry. you need 3,500 points for your first entry, after which you will earn one further entry for each additional 00 points you earn in that period. Points will not be deducted from your account. They are merely for verification for the drawing, which will take place at 9:00pro on Aug. 1, 2004. you must be present to win. Winner has 15 minutes to claim the prize. Arrangements for this great prize were made in cooperation with I G Burton of Milford, DE. 9pro - lore LIVE! FREE! SHOW LOUN(E AltimateOhoice R ENAISSAN C E June 4 51 June I1 12 ALTER.,  Johnny Ingram June lS t 19 June 25 & 26 KI r  O ke June 3,10, 17, & 24 8pm- 12 Midnight illlll  i illlIB 4 Monclaatg:00am Tuesdoysat6:00pm June7, 14, 21928 :June l, 8, 15, 22 &29 lhursdays at I:00pm June 3, 10; 17&24 The top three winners in each round win $100, $50, and $25 respectively. The two highest scorers in each round advance to the final round. The top scorer in the final round will win $300 and second place will receive $200. The third, fourth and fifth place final round winners - $100. Beginning Jul,/1, all patron will need 100 points earned in the previous moBh in order to qualify. International Buffet Exciting Dinner Specials 5pm-9pm Only $10.99 per person! t4on Wed- $tfoed Exa Featuring Dungeoness Crab Tuns - Hinlp, Beef&Beer Thurs - lllad(/lLms Prime Rib Fd.t"-Nig httAfe': <' L lh30pm-2:00om -nly $5.99 per person! Doo-Nop Dell Featuring special dell delights? Open daily Delaware State Fair  Admission Tickets I 1 Mile South of U.S. Rt. 14 U.S. Rt. 13 Harrington, DE 19952 Valid June |l-July. Hours of Operation: Monday thru Thursday, 8am - 2arn; Friday t. Saturday, 8am-4am; Sunday, Noon - 2am --D All M*y promotl ..... bj ...... hang ........ Ilation without notice. Must be* Winner's Circle Club Member and be 21 years or older. See Winner's Circle Club Booth for details. All games are video lottery gQmes controlled by the Delaware Peent thls upn at the Ninner Circle Bth fr Y tw free admissin tickeLs" ';" - Lotte.youmustbe21. Playresponslbly. lf you or someone you know has a Big  gambfing problem, call the Delaware Gambling Helpline: 1-888-850-8888. Paid Advertisement Al00r, mct, ions 0pen 5e00n Oays AbsqjnO Bar blue lighting illumine the and Relllatttnl,:::_l at abtarea. TJldillso in- 203 Rehobotht,el 1 ceJ mlenter- "opened for it's o e md col ,ble son. Dinner" at 5PM. remain open Year's Eve. The owned and operated by Spencer and Gina Derrick- son, features fresh, top quality sushi as well as a full menu that includes Mediter- ranean, French, American and Thai influenced dishes. Abstctions has expand- ed its wine and sake lists to keep up with popular de- mand, as well as the martini list, which became a favorite with area locals last sum- mer. The restaurant maintains a neutra.I and calming at- mosphere rather than orien- tal overload. The walls are light blue with colorful ab- stract artwork. The tables and chairs are a rich ma- hogany and hints of cobalt a the thing that the Derricksons were happy not to change was the staff. Last year's entire kitchen staff as well as most of the wait staff returned for this sea- For reservations or take the at menu before the 302-226-0877. secon, the one Serving dinner Every Wed. - All 5 pm Sushi Roll Night 20% OFF sushi rolls (.sh.j ody the freshest fish) 203 Rehoboth Avenue Rehoboth Beach 302-226-0877