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"1- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 13 - June 19, 2003 - 105 'Open Heart' painting workshop set for Lewes No artistic skill required. That's nal reinforcement or criticism. the promise of Open Heart: A Participants are encouraged to ini- Process Painting Workshop, tially keep their paintings private. scheduled Wednesday nights in We paint as if we are going to July at Quest Fitness Center in bum the finished product. It's the Lewes. According to workshop journey, not the destination." leader Karen Barwick, process Participants need not bring their painting is simply applying paint own art supplies - "just an open to paper to relish the experience heart, a quiet mind, and a spirit of and tap into the subconscious, fun and exploration," says Bar- Anyone can do it - whether they wick. Trained artists, too, are wel- are an experienced painter or have come; they can savor the experi- limited artistic training or skill, ence without aiming for a finished Barwick says the resulting product, reviving their creative in- paintings often reveal surprising stincts and perhaps gaining new messages, She speaks from expe- perspective. rience. When she first tried it at "If people come and, for three the Kripalu Center for Yoga and hours, just simply enjoy the act of Health in Lenox, Mass2, "What putting paint on paper, staying in came out was so true to what was the moment and having fun, that Brlk Sumpllon photos going on with me, Irue to my life. would be huge," says Barwick, Red Bull Cheerer Go-Kart Tour visits Dewey I almost dropped my brush." Now who is currently studying with she's sng tltat potential with Aviva Gold, founder of Painting The Red Bull Cheever Go-Kart Tour invaded Dewey Beach June 5 and June 6 setting up in .  :' the parking lot at the RuatyRudder. Teams from bars and restaurants around Dewey Beac. : ottlers, i  r: ' i From The Source and author of a and Rehoboth Beach competed for bragging rights in the Dewey Beach 200 and Hfeguards " The workshop, scheduled book on the subject. were pitted against each other in the Delaware Lifeguard 100. Wednesdays, July 2 through 30, Barwick is also working to- Above, left, watching the go-karts, which can reach speeds of 40mph, fly by is Cheerer Rac- ing Team member BJ Younce of Indianapolis. Northbeach/SUDS won the bar and restaurant Competition whileBethany Beach Patrol placed first in the lifeguard event. At right, explaining the details of the kart and the course to Matt Sprenkle of the Summer- house team is Cheever Racing Team member Seen Carlin of Indianapolis. As the sun went down lights were set up so the participants could continue racing long into the night. Kta chsl photo New York Giants break camp for Rudder visit Several players of the New York Giants football team took advantage of a break from train- ing camp to let loose at the Rusty Rudder .June 5. Shown are offensive tackle .Jeff Hatch, guard Pat Crummey, Pro Bowl tight end Jeremy Shoekey and offensive tackle Luke Petitgout. Petitgout is a native of Corgetown, thus the beach connection for these profes- slonal players. from 7 to 10 p.m., provides a se- wards her masters degree in com- cure, supportive group environ- munity counseling. ment for participants to explore The fee for all five sessions of their natural creativity and dis- "Open Heart," including supplies, cover new things about them- is $200. Quest Fitness Center is selves, located at 514 E. Savannah Road, "The purpose of process paint- Lewes. ing," according to Barwick, "is to To register, or for more infor- cultivate your inner voice, which marion, contact Barwick at 644- isn't contingent on what other 0164 or 381-0212, or via email at people think. It's not about exter- Mid-Atlantic States Intergalactic Bead Festival set for June 14-15 The Mid-Atlantic States Inter- galactic Bead Festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sat- urday, June 14 and Saturday, June 15. Thirty-two vendors from 15 states will show and sell their wares of ancient to modern beads, bead books, beading supplies and finished beads at the Aetna Fire- . house, Main Street in downtown Newark. An interesting mix of history and art, this bead extrava- ganza will feature 75 tables repre- senting the country's finest bead vendors. The fascination with beads is not a new one. People have been admiring, wearing and praying with beads for more than 40,000 years. According to Christopher Easter Seals program announces Classic Car Show The Adult Day Health Services program for Easter Seals Delaware and Mary!end's Eastern Shore Dover location, 100 Enterprise Place, Suite 1,  spoasor a DelRods of Dover Classic Car Show from 10 a.m. toll p.m. on Friday, June 20. All are welcome to come out and'njoy r, eshments while cars from the 50s, 60s and 70s strut their stuff. In addion'to t event, anyone who shows up wearing clothingfrom the classic time period will have a chance to win a prize. In the ex, ent of inclement weather, a rain date will be announced. The Easter Seals Adult Day Health program is designed to assist adults to remain in their own homes. Individuals needing a place to go during the day are offered services to provide assistance and supervi- sion throughout the day that meets their individual needs. Services range from nm'sing and health services to activities that en- hance activities of daily living. For more information, call T'ma at 302-678-3353. England, the director of the pro- gram, "Beads are not a passing fancy. In fact, in the many years we have been hosting bead shows, beads have only grown in popu- larity." Many dealers will be on hand to showcase their wares, including Nepalese silversmith beads, crafts and jewelry, glass lampwork beads, sterling silver, copper and other gemstone beads. Dealers include Thee Pellet of Theadora's Beautiful Beads, Rockville, Md.; Jeri Gerard and husband Wayne Hall, A World of Good, Takoma Park, Md.; and Amy Haftkowycz of the Glass Moon of Pennington, N.J. For more information 888-729-6904.