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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 9 -June 15, 2000 - 89 Cape Henlopen Senior Center's summer bazaar set Ceramics, crafts, baked goods and white elephant items will be up for sale during the Cape Henlopen Senior Center's annual summer bazaar, scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday, July 7. Refreshments will also be available. The center is located at 11 Christian Street in Rehoboth Beach. For more information, call 227-2055. A ratmY  rrAarr The Convertibles will perform at the Delmarva Chicken Festival in Berlin, Md., Saturday, June 9. Annual Delmarva Chicken Fest set June 9-10 The historic town of Berlin, Md. is ready to welcome the 52nd Delmarva Chicken Festival this weekend. The two-day event, set for June 9-10 will be held on Main Street in downtown Berlin. Activities will get underway at 11 a.m. Friday, when food con- cessions, exhibits a home and trade show, and arts and crafts show and sale will open to the public. Official opening cere- monies with Berlin mayor Rex Hailey and other state and local dignitaries will take place on the festival's main stage at 6 p.m., Friday. The festival's trademark giant frying pan, operated by Berlin Li- ons Club, will be ready to cook several tons of delicious chicken. There will be barbecued chicken prepared by the Berlin Fire Com- pany and many other food con- cessions serving up a variety of chicken dishes, accompaniments, desserts and beverages. Family entertainment will in- clude carnival rides and games, dancers, musicians, a book sale, a puppet show and baby chicks. On Friday, the Country Grass and the Zydecats will perform, while Sat- urday's headliners include the String Dusters, C.C. Rider and, for a finale, The Convertibles. The latter group will take the stage at 7 p.m. for a four-hour show that will include street dancing, contests and plenty of memories from the 50s and 60s. There will be egg-citement Sat- urday morning when a local radio station sponsors an egg drop in- volving 160 lucky participants. From 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., Satur- day, Berlin's Main Street Special will run between Berlin and Bish- op, Md. Roundtrip tickets for the scenic trip are $5 each. On Satur- day afternoon, Chicken Capers will allow contenders of all ages to match skills in a chicken scratch, egg toss and spoon race. Other Saturday competitions will include a chicken leg contest for men only, and a rooster crowing contest. Throughout the event, the Berlin Post Office will offer a special cancellation stamp for the 52nd Delmarva Chicken Festival, the Ocean City Christian School will sell ,the fourth edition com- memorative Delmarva Chicken Festival commemorative basket. Parking with shuttle service to the downtown area will be provided at sites in and around Berlin. For information, call the Delmarva Poultry Industry at 856-9037. !,,,,o  ................ '/,v i i,,, ,i ........ Reslaravtt & lv 15 Wdvnatjtow Ave., ot lacb O 222-21 Pbrk * Beef Chicken Ribs" Smoked Daily on PremisesJ 226-5400 A ='--/,zo, "a/d garen Smi[h formerly of lan Delighfs is happy fo announce her parfnership in a new full service salon. To schedule an appoinfmen[ Call 227-0244 403 Rehobofh ,6,venue, Rehobofh Beach f We're ISaoH!! 17'n served migbtty .front 6 p.m. 0 WlbMng1 Avenue. F.d, mbo Ir, ea Lq}D 13..6.1I.0 j A MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO JUDY GARLAND JI Ul nl Prime Rib, Fresh Chicken, Crab Cakes, Catch of the Day, Fresh Vegetables, Garden Salad & Dessert "111$35 per person 9 111 Buffet Dinner, Show and Gratuity II III June 9- Seating: 5 pm II ill J,,ne17Seatin.:6pm I[ 17th I Reservations: 645-7220 or toll free, 877-280-3488