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CAPE GAZE'IriS, b'-iday, June 13 - June 19, 2003 - 98 • Bottle & Cork: Route 1. Fri- Jt autV 1 Stcnnln' Out 13 Delaware Chamber Music Fest comes to Dover Leaf with Agents of the Sun and Continued from page 88 Jeff Key; and Thursday, Friday and Saturday - Mr. B.B.B.H. Thursday and Friday, June 12-13 - Junior Wdson; Saturday, June 14 - Tom Larsen. For information, call 645-6888. • Java Byte Care: Open mike night Tuesdays hosted by the Players Club. For information, call 644-8287. • Lighthouse: Anglers Road. Fidel; Saturday, June 14 - Kristen with Juice, d; Monday, June 16 - The Greaseband (first 200 people receive a Greaseband T-shirt); :Friday, Juiie 20 - Chorduroy; Sat- urday, June 21 - Mr. Greengenes. For information, call 227-3888. • Dewey Beach Club: 1205 Highway One. Team Trivia on Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. For infor- mation, call 227-0669. Mondays Margarita Night; • Lighthouse: Ruddertowue, Wednesdays Carribean Daze with Dickinson Street and the bay. Mr. B.B.B.H. Thursdays open Players Club Rock and Blues jam nile night with host Regina Aa- Macha. Fridays with DJ Captain Joe and Woo Woo. Saturdays live music. Sundays live music on the deck, 3-6 p.m. followed by karaoke at 9 p.m. For informa- tion, call 645-6271. • Rose & Crown: Players Club fea duoson Fridays at 10 p.m. For information, call 645-2373. • 1776 Classic American Steakhouse: Midway Shopping Center. Nick Wayne on keyboard nightly. Jeff Irwin Thursdays (6- 10 p.m.) and Sundays (9 p.m. to midnight for open jam session). For information, call 645-9355. • Striper Bites Bistro: 107 Savannah Road. Sundays Keith Mack (acoustic), noon to 3 p.m. For information, call 645-4657. LONG NECK • Crab Barn: Long Neck Road: Thursday nights karaoke with Downtown Charlie Brown, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fridays with DJ RT. Saturdays live music. For more information, call 945-8900. DEWEY BEACH • Booksandcoffee: Rudder- towne. Open mike for poets, singer/songwriters at 9:30 p.m. every Thursday. For information, call 226-9959. • The BayCenter: Rudder- towne. Friday, June 27 - Safiva with Die Trying and Manmade God (all ages; $13-$15 tickets); session, I0 p.m. every Thursday. DJ music every Friday at 4 p.m. and Saturday at 9 p.m. Taeo Toss every Friday. For information, call 227-3888. • Mama Maria: 1608 High- way One and McKinley Street. For information, call 227-3242. • Rusty Rudder: Dickinson Street. Love Seed Mama Jump, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. every Thursday; Burnt Sienna, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. every Sunday. Thursday, June 12 - The Lost Trailers opening for Love Seed Mama Jump; Friday, June 13 - The Interns; Saturday, June 14 - Mr. Greengenes; Sun- day, June 15 - Burnt Sienna with Silvertide; Thursday, June 19 - Bugs opening for Love Seed Ma- ma Jump; Friday, June 20 - Burnt Sienna; Saturday, June 21 - Kris- ten. For information, call 227- 3888. • The Starboard: Route 1. LauraLee & Tripp Fabulous on Wednesdays. Saturday, June 21 - Doug Segree (2-6 p.m.); Sunday, June 22 - Doug Segree (3-7 p.m.). For information call 227-4600. DOVER • Dover Downs Slots Garden Care and Lobby Bar: Route 113. Thursday, June 12 - On The Edge; Friday, June 13 - Night- fever (Garden Caft) and The Star- lites Duo (Lobby Bar).; Friday, June 20 - Midnight Motion (Gar- Sunday, June 29 -O-Town (all :'den Caft) and Sol Knopf (Lobby ages; $16-$18 tickets), For infor-:.Bar). Fotinformation, call 1-800- marion, call 22%3888, :: 711-588Z I I Sto.ey glvh & 00lraa splnles ao$ 5,xamd Stwat .......  Beach "'r- 2664 .......... Open Daily at 5pro Acoustic Dinner music by Keith Mack Wednesday, June 18 6:30-9:30 Under the artistic leadership of the Philadelphia Orchestra's first violinist, Barbara Govatos, the Delaware Chamber Music Festi- val will present its 18th season of June concerts featuring members of the Philadelphia Orchestra and other guest artists, along with Delaware's finest chamber musi- cians on June 13-22. This year, the festival will add the Schwartz Center for the Arts as a venue for one of the season's five concerts at 7:30 p.m., June 14. Admission is $15 to $25 for adults and $10 for those ages 8 to 18. Tickets may be purchased in ad- vance by calling the Schwartz Gumboro __, The second annual Gumboro Community Association Festival and Car Show Fundraiser will be held from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Satur- day, June 14, at the Community Center Building, formerly the Gumboro school, on Route 26. Show cars, trucks (including big rigs), farm tractors and more will be judged at noon and awards pre- sented at 2 p.m. Last year, nearly 200 show ve- hicles were present. This year 400 are expected. There will be three trophy categories in each of the Center at 302-658-5152. Tickets will also be available at the door on the evening of the concert. Music director Barbara Govatos is a Delaware native who is cur- rently a member of the Philadel- phia Orchestra. Govatos, who has led the Festival since 1990, is not- ed for her innovative program- ming that blends well-known chamber music masterpieces with recently composed or lesser known works. The Delaware Chamber Music Festival Quartet, which is the cen- terpiece of the festival, is com- posed of Govatos and Hiruno Oka on violins; Burchard Tang, viola - all members of the Philadelphia Orchestra - plus Mark Kosovr, a 2002 Avery Fisher Career Grant winner who is quickly becoming one of the most accomplished and notable young cellists in the Unit- ed States. The 2003 festival again in- eludes Delaware musicians on the roster and welcomes pianist Julie Nishimura for the June 14 per- formanee at the Schwartz Center for the Arts. The June 14 program features the Festival Quartet and Nishimu- ra performing the "Piano Quartet in E-flat major, K.493" by Mozart; "Car6 Music for Piano Trio" by Paul Sehoenfield; and Johannes Brahnm' "String Quartet No. 3 in B-flat major, Op. 67." vm; ncl C: r Sh slated June 14 16 classes plus "farthest traveled" and "under construction" awards. There will be a people's choice award also in each class. Dash plaques will be given to the fh'st 100 to register. Also on exhibit will be several wild and wacky artcars that defy description. Numerous foods will be available including oyster sandwiches, barbecued roast beef, scrapple and egg sandwiches, soft serve ice cream and the very pop- ular homemade ice cream by local recipes with various flavors. There will also be the standard fare: hamburgers, hot-dogs, fries, and chicken. There is a $10 registration/do- nation for show vehicles. The show is no cost to spectators. There will be music including live performances. For further information, call Renee or Chuck 302-238-0161 (voice/fax line); registration forms or announcement posters can be faxed. This phone is an- swered during business hours on- ly. B B B BOLD NEW BEGINNING BRAVE NEW WORLD DINNER FROM 6 PM 302.227.3330 • 23 Baltimore Ave. • Rehoboth Beach, DE