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84 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 19 - June 25, 1998 Dinner Theater June 25th Miller exhibit reception set June 26 Delaware Cape Region artist and musician Phil Miller will open his 1998 watercolor exhibition with a reception at Kupchick's Restaurant from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, June 26. Kupchick's is located on Lewes Beach fronting the public parking lot. Miller's latest reproduction, "King's Ice Cream," shown here, will be released "in a very limited edition," ac- cording to the artist. He said the exhbition will also include about a dozen of his latest works, executed over the past twelve months. The exhibition will run through July. When Miller isn't exhibiting at Kupchick's he's playing bass guitar at Kupchick's with Bernard Sweetney who plays keyboards and vibes. Del Tech offers For those who have better things to do this summer than sit on the porch and drink lemonade, the Adult+ program at Delaware Technical & Community College is sponsoring a variety of trips for the public. Miniature Golf and Lunch at' the Beach, Tuesday, July 7, in- cludes golfing fun with friends, lunch, and ice cream for dessert. The approximate trip time is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The cost for Adult+ members is $18; $20 for the gen- eral public. A Day in New York, Wednes- day, July 15, offers transportation to the big city, a map, and theater ticket information for the cultural- ly inclined. The bus leaves Delaware Tech at 6:30 a.m. and variety of trips departs New York at 6:30 p.m., with an independent dinner stop on the way back. For Adult+ members, the cost is $25; for the general public, it's $28; and for Del Tech students, it's $14. Basilica of the National Shrine, Wednesday, July 29, takes participants to Washington, D.C., to visit the eighth largest church in the world. The church features ex- quisite stained glass, mosaics and sculptures. The bus leaves Delaware Tech at 8:30 a.m., and departs Washington, D.C., at 3 p.m., with an independent lunch at Union Station. The cost is $23 for Adult+ members; $25 for the gen- eral public; and $13 for Dei Tech students. For details call 856-5618. Lewes Historical The 60 dealers at the June 27 Antiques Fair, sponsored by the Lewes Historical Society and held on its grounds at Third and Ship- carpenter streets in Lewes, are ex- pected to exhibit their usual dis- play of fine arts and collectibles. Although most of the buildings on the historical complex will be closed the day of the fair, shop- pers will still find interesting items for sale in the Ellegood House and the Blacksmith Shops, the society's two gift shops. The video of Lewes history, "Lewes: A Town by the Sea," will be avail- able for purchase. The Antiques Fair will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; admission is $2. Children are admitted free if Lewes craft fair set for July 11 The Lewes Historical Society will host its annual craft fair from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, July 11 on the grounds of the society's historic complex in the heart of Lewes. The rain date is July 12. The event showcases craftspeo- pie from the Mid-Atlantic region; the cost is $2 per person. Society June Antiques Fair set they are under 12 and are accom- raindate scheduled and early ad- panied by an adult. Food and mission fordealers will be prohib- baked goods will be available at Red, although the show may open the society's food booth in the Hi- early if all the exhibitors are in ram Burton House. There is no place. A 1940's Music Revue At the Lamp Post Restaurant Coastal Hwy. Rehoboth Beach 3 Includes Buffet Dinner, Show & Gratuity June 25th * 6 pm Dinner Seating 732-9311 or 645-7223 e-mail: cheswarr @ Thursday