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June 7, 1996

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CAPE GAZETI'E, Friday, June 7 - June 13, 1996 - 51 Garden of Quilts set for Cape High School June 15-16 The members of the Delmarval- ous Quilt Guild, National Quilting Association #203, are sponsoring the Garden of Quilts show and sale at Cape Henlopen High School on Saturday and Sunday, June 15 and 16. The two-day quilt show will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Satur- day and from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday. A donation of $4 is re- quested for adults and $1.50 for children 12 and under. Children under 6 will be admitted for free. According to Mary Anne Olsen and Jo Ronan, co-chairperson of the 1996 show, quilts of all sizes and types will be available for viewing and purchasing, includ- ing 14 from invitational leaders of the quilt world. The special quil- ters are Jeanne Benson, Georgia J. Bonesteel, Jo Diggs, Tina M. Gra- vatt, Irma Graf Hatcher, Rita Healy, Trudy Hughes, Phyllis Klein, Merry May, Elizabeth Festival Pauley, Helen Scott, Irene Sher- man, Elly Sienkiewicz, Lois T. Smith, Jane Clark Stapel, Madge Zeigler, Holice Turnbow and Nan Tournier. This elite group are na- tionally known lecturers, quilt artists, instructors and teachers. They will send works from Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Florida, South Carolina, Rockville, Mary- land, Maine and Newark. During the show, experts will be on hand to offer tips and tech- niques. Hourly demonstrations on various phases of quilting will be offered free of charge by the Del- marvalous Guild members, some of whom are prize-winning quil- ters. The hand-appliqued "Flower Garden" quilt, appraised at $3,000, will be raffled off during the quilt show. Fifteen appliqutrs and 35 quilters produced the queen-sized quilt which has a rio- ral Nantucket basket as the center- Lecture Series (APLD) and all children's activities. Wristbands will be on sale for $15 per adult and $5 for children ages 3 to 12 on the day of the event and will be sold at the satel- lite parking locations at The Plan- tations and the University of piece. Surrounding blocks were taken from Pat Andretti patterns. Nancy Burris, owner of Needles and Hoops in Middletown, worked with Ruth Morris and raf- fle quilt chairperson Margaret as- bourne in developing this year's quilt. A special viewer's choice award will be presented, as will this hon- or for a wall hanging. A mer- chant's mall will have vendors of quilting items offering fabrics and a wide variety of other items. The Country Store will offer items made by Guild members. A spe- cial ongoing demonstration of quilting will also be available. Working on the committee with Olsen and Renan are Irene Elliott, the Guild's first president; Shirley Loockerman; Shirley Isaacs; Mary Beth Callaway; Myra Ire- land; Joann Jefferson; Dee Butler; Rosemary Nee; Carolyn Teegar- den; Janet Anderson; Lynn War- Delaware College of Marine Stud- ies as well as at four downtown lo- cations. Tickets to the Lewes Fes- tival of Advance group rates are available at $75 for 10 tickets. For information, call Lewes Chamber of Commerce at 645- 8073. Lewes Post Office recognizes festival In recognition of this year s Lewes Festival of Gardens, sponsored by the Lewes Chamber of Commerce and Visitor's Bureau, the Lewes Post Office Station will set up a special "Lewes Festival of Gardens Post Of- fice Station" on Second Street on Saturday, June 15. Mail will be canceled with a special stamp using the Lewes Festival of Gardens logo and the dated of the festival. "We are pleased to be Continued on page 55 Sedon00 I=.hans celebrated souqowes*ern restaurant Located in quiet 5ethany 3each, DeL at 26 Pdnnsdvonla Ave. Open daily 5 *olO p.m. serving creative southwestern cuisine. For reservations, please call (302) 539-1200. Continued fi-om page 47 Vinegar, Healthy Foods from the Garden and more. Lewes Festival of Gardens pre- event entrance wristbands are now on sale for $10 per wristband for adults and $5 per wristband per child between ages 3 and 12. In Lewes, wristbands can be pur- chased at the Lewes Chamber of Commerce at 120 Kings High- way, Lewes Mercantile Antique Gallery at 109 Second Street, Midway Office and Art Supply at 1542 Highway One and Silk and Sands Florist at 1007 Kings High- way. In Rehoboth, wristbands may be purchased at the Ocean Outlets Management Office on weekdays only at 1600 Ocean Outlets or the Rehoboth Beach- Dewey Beach Chamber of Com- merce at 501 Rehoboth Ave. In Milford, Grizzly's at 607 S. Mar- shall St. is selling wristbands. The wristbands will admit all fes- tival goers to all 15 gardens on the tour, shuttle transportation from remote parking lots to downtown and to tour gardens as well as ad- mittance to the Association of Professional Landscape Designers ring; Maralene Givens and Peggy Delmarvalous Quilters, call Vir- Gum. For more information about ginia Barton at (302) 875-9658 or the show or membership into the Mary Anne Olsen at 537-9583. 1 /11 Fm Dining Since 1 Whole Lobster Dinner Special $17.00 Monday - Thursday Continental Cuisine Charmin9 and Romantic Atmosphere Small and Very Clnique Vegetarian Menu Also Available Dinner Daily From 5:30 p.m. Award W=lnbg Wine List Reservations Corner of Second & Wilmington 302-227-6494 Rehobolh Beach / / / you Are Cordially Invited ' to Attend the Sixth in a Series of Wine Maler's Dinners to be Offered at Buttery Restaurant at the New Devon Inn Monday the Seventeenth of June, Nineteen Hundred and Ninety Six Reception 6:30 - 7:30 P.M. Dinner 7:30 P.M. $78.00 per person inclusive Limited Seating Reservations Required rurrnl*B?n..5rclo 1994 Turkish Pastry fltte(lreks with. 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