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70 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 19 - June 25, 1998 Annual Lewes Garden Tour set June 20 The Eighth Annual Lewes Gar- den Tour will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, June 20, with a rain date of Sunday, June 21, sponsored-by the Lewes Chamber of Commerce and Visi- tors Center. Festivities will kick off 6:30 to 8 p.m., Friday, June 19, with a Cocktail Garden Party at the Hazell Smith Farm on Gills Neck Road Tickets for the tour only are $10 in advance and $12 the day of the tour, while combination tickets for the party and tour are $17. Those wishing to attend the party only may purchase tickets at $12. Ad- vance tickets are now on sale at the Lewes chamber office, the Inn at Canal Square, Swan's Nest, Trader's Gifts and Windsor's Plant Outlet, all in Lewes; the Re- hoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce, Martin's Garden Center and Windsor's Florists, all in Rehoboth Beach; and Jailhouse Art and Antiques in Milton. Besides the tour of the gardens, Saturday's events include a gar- den market in Zwaanendael Park, along with Renaissance music performed by Kris and Mike Ei- liott of Denton, Texas, provided by the Delaware Music School, and performances by Footlight Productions. There will be a gar- den art exhibit in the Fisher-Mar- tin House and idea gardens across I The gardens of Gary and Betty Grunder on Mulberry Street in Lewes will be open to the public during the Annual Lewes Garden Tour. from the park at RE/MAX Realty, thanks to DeVilbiss Landscape Architects, Ronny's Garden World and Ocean View Land- scaping, with this year's theme being "Low Maintenance Garden- ing." A container garden competi- tion in the business district is set. Another highlight will be a lec- ture on water garden installation by Richard Koogle, director of op- erations for internationally known Lilypons of Buckeystown, Md., 10 a.m., at 136 Kings Highway. Having installed more than 200 water gardens and worked exten- sively with tetra pond liners, Koogle has lectured for the Amer- ican Association of Nurserymen and other associations, appearing on "Good Morning America," "The Morning Show" and "Back- yard America," among others. At 1 p.m., Cynthia Tunney of The Pennyroyal will give a lecture on aromatherapy in the Beebe School of Nursing Classroom 3. Also, a garden owner on this year's tour, Ed Soboczenski at 570 Pilottown Road, will demons/a'ate how lilies can be grown and multiplied using a technique called plant tissue cul- ture. At the 4 p.m. there will be an art auction in the park. There is free shuttle service between the park and the gardens, courtesy of Irish Eyes at Anglers and Harbor Healthcare Center. LOVE98 Continued from page 69 hoboth and Sussex County, Health Education Resource Orga- nization (HERO) in Baltimore and AIDS Information Network (A1N) in Philadelphia. Funds are raised through the sale of individual and corporate sponsorships, ticket sales and the sale of raffle tickets. The LOVE98 raffle features air- line travel prizes; raffle tickets may be purchased at the event. The annual LOVE fundraising dance benefits are organized by a volunteer planning committee of both Rehoboth Beach residents and summer guests. LOVE98 is presented by Bill Goldstein, who also hosts the an- nual LOVE Sponsor Party each year at his residence in Rehoboth Beach. This year's party is planned for Friday evening, July 3. Washington-based special- event producer Mark Lee is coor- dinating event production for the LOVE98 main event. Food & Friends of Washington, D.C., will continue its role as fiduciary agent, managing all event ac- counting. Tickets are $35 in advance and $45 at the door, if available, and may be purchased by phone charge through Box Office Tick% ets at 800-494-8497, or at the fol- lowing locations: CAMP Re- hoboth in Rehoboth Beach; Lambda Rising in Rehoboth Beach, Washington, D.C., and Baltimore; and Afterwords in Philadelphia. Sponsor tickets are priced at $100 and are available by calling Box Office Tickets. Sponsor tickets include an invita- tion to the Sponsor Party, a LOVE98 T-shirt and sponsorship recognition. Banquet Information 945-4070 Rt. 24 Peddlers Village Lewes, DE ,ASHBY'S OYSTER HOUSE SPECmLS NOW OPEN FOR LUNCH. Breakfast Buffet 9-I :00 p.m. - $6.95 FATHER'S DAY SPECIAL MENU Sunday, June 21st -- Starts at 1:00 p.m. -- Dinner for Two, ,Choice of I0 oz. NY Strip or Sttdfed Flounder served with glass of champagne $29.95 12 oz. T-Bone with mushrooms ........... $14.95 12 oz. Top Sirloin Filet .................. $19.95 Poor-man's Lobster ..................... $12.95 Broiled Seafood Combo with Sea Trout .... $18.95 Blackened Tuna Filet .... ..: ............ $14.95 Sea Trout Stuffed with Crab Imperial ...... $12,95 Specials available while they last. Regular menu also available. Reservations Accepted 945-4070 Paint your own Pottery! Open Sunday - Thursday 10 AM-8 PM Open Friday & Saturday lOAM- IOPM Your Year-Round Crab Restaurant Open Everyday Eat InCarry Out TRY "SAM ADAMS" IN YOUR "TAKE HOME" 25 OZ, I[ Sunday- Thursday l FRIDAY Ill ....... It Blue Crabs or Snow Crabs I I I AYue n0w uraos Jt w/Buffet nclodes II I with 1  nnttn It soup, salad bar, pasta. JJ I ...... " ..... I1 chick I LONG NECK ENTERTAINMENT June 17 -- Sky Brady June 24 -- Sky Brady June 18 -- Debbie Lind June 25 -- Regina June 19 -- Carbon 14 June 26 -- The Stumble June 20 -- The Convertibles June 27 -- Coyotes MON. - FRI. HAPPY HOUR 3-7 & 16 oz. Drafts $1.25 SAT. - SUN. HAPPY HOUR 12-6 & Bloody Mary Bar 9-3