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50 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 9 - June 15, 1995 Chicken Festival opens today The Delmarva Chicken Festi- val, an Eastern Shore tradition since 1948, will open on Friday in Federalsburg, Md. An estimated 25,000 visitors are expected to join the Friday and Saturday, June 9-10 salute to Del- marva's poultry industry, to be held at the Recreation Park and Marina, Rt 313 and Main Street Festivities kick offat 11 a.m. to- day with ceremonies featuring state, local and poultry industry dignitaries. At the same hour, a business ex- DO, arts and crafts show, boat and RV show, carnival and numerous food concessions will open. Throughout the day there will be games and rides for the kids, an educational exhibit entitled "Pro- tecting Delmarva's Billion-Dollar Poultry Industry" with a baby chick display. Continuous entertainment will begin at 11:30 a.m. with music by the Grandpa Jammers and the Ronald McDonald Show. Also set is a performance by the Federalsburg Senior Citizens, a square dance exhibit by the Whirl- A-Ways, music by The Country Grass and Baltimore's Pasley Graham, with a children's show by Lollipop the Clown. A two hour performance by Bird Dog and the Roadkings will begin at 6 p.m. and conclude the festival's first day program. Saturday's action begins at 9 a.m. when a train swap and sell opens near the town's railroad sta- tion. At 10 a.m., a one-hour street pa- rade will wind its way through downtown Federalsburg to the festival site. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, lieutenant governor of Maryland, will serve as the parade's grand marshal and the U.S. Naval Acad- emy's marching band will head- line the parade's seven-band mu- sical line-up. Also at the festival grounds, the business expo, arts and crafts show, boat and RV show and edu- cational exhibits reopen at 10 a.m. A consumer program, "All Aboard for World Class Chick- en", will run between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., and will offer demonstra- tions, displays, handouts, and samples to anyone who enjoys cooking and eating chicken. Chicken Capers get underway at 12:30 p.m. on the park's south side. - Competitions for children and adults will include a chicken scratc h , egg toss, spoon race and corn guess. Trophies will be awarded. strate his basketball skills at 3:30 p.m. Mandy the Clown will entertain between 3 and 5 p.m. and throughout the day there will be carnival games and rides, pony rides and visits from Power Rangers, Barney and Baby Bop. Special entertainment for Satur- day includes Lirios del Panorama, The Christian Troupers, The Spir- itual Vessels, Chorus of the Nanti- coke, Spider Dogs and the Ray Millman Band. The Oriole Bird will visit be- tween 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. and a chick derby is set for 3 p.m. Jim "Trickshot" Lister will demon- HAIR SKIN NAILS 644-1251 1604 Savannah Rd. Lewes 00oml m If the blonde hair you dreamed of having is now a color nightmare, give us a call. We can correct any do-it- yourself hair color disastefl Instead of coloring your own hair, visit our color professionals. A Matrix Essentials analysis is fast and free ... the very best beginning for fabulous hair color. 00mats00 ESSENTIALS The Maryland National Guard Parachute Team will do a demon- stration jump at 11:30 a.m., with train rides aboard the Maryland- Delaware Railroad running from Federalsburg to Hurlock on Satur- day afternoon. A colorful fweworks display at 9 p.m., Saturday will provide a grand finale for the two-day event. For further festival information call 856-9037. Not A Winner.7 Try At The 0jb Marlmt 420 Savannah Rd Lewes, DE 19958 645-8284 MOPIDAY- PORK NIGHT Different Pork Special Weekly $7.95 7OESDAF 1/2 Price Burger with Fries $2.50 WEDI_DAY 1/2 Rotisserie Chicken with 2 vegetables $7.95 71-1UR,DAY Steak Hite with 2 vegetables $8.95 (N.Y. Strip or Fdet) And, as always, LATE NIGHT DINING , Watch for more specials and our ALL NEW RAW BAR...STARTIIYG SOOMI Restaurant and (HRRBORSIDE Check Store for Details When visiting the Delaware beach resorts, en]off the historic and romantic charms of ewes, the first town in the irst State. illigan's Harborside offers upscale dining on the picturesque F_ewes harbor at reasonable fare. Seafood specialties anal traditional favorites with a Caribbean twist prepared bf Chef ill Wilson, graduate of The Culinarf 9nstitute of #Imerica, have manf guests returning several times during their visits to the resorts. Whether it be lunch on our sun dappled deck, dinner under our illuminated weeping peach tree. or dining in our intimate Caribbean inspired dining room, four vis- it will e one of the most memorable of flour staff. E_njof our waterfront bar, fabulous frozen island drinks and ship top observation deck as the sloops, sportfisherman anal other vessels cruise the harbor before fou. . patrick Shehan iil Proprietor Open 7 Days 3or lunch and dinner Starting at 11 l)t4 64$-866