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IIIImIHlil t]ilmiiliiiilnU|iii I11/Ull ,I Ill .................. SO FRIDAY, JUNE 19- MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2009 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE cape lzette Briefly )) One-man show at MAL continues through June Richard Matthews' one-man show of watercolor, pastel and mixed media paintings will be on display at the Millsboro Art League at 203 Main St. through the end of June. The show consists of delicate beach dune landscapes and boat- ing scenes of the Indian River in watercolor, port scenes that show such incredible control of the watercolor medium that the paintings appear to be pen and ink illustrations, and a charming array of pastel and mixed-media portraits, very natumUy posed, of a distinguished Red Hat lady and children at play. Matthews recently painted a mural on the outside of the new gallery space of Gallery One artists in Ocean View, of Renoir's "Boating Party," an image not to be missed. The Millsboro Art League gallery is open from n a.m. to 3 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays, and Sundays from noon to 3 p.m. For more information visit mills boroartleague.com or call 934- 6440. Possums' camps start July 27; register now Possum Point Players' popular .summer kids' programs are open for registration. Drama Acade- SUBMITTED PHOTOS THE HOME OF ALEX PIRES AND DIANE COOLEY in Dewey Beach com- mands a corner oceanfront lot on Dickinson Avenue. The home's north- and east- facing facades feature a large tower, gables, projecting bay windows and a re- cessed main entry. my, for boys and girls entering grades two through five, takes place Monday-Friday, luly 27-31. Theatre Academy, for grades five through 10, takes place the fol- lowing week, Monday-Friday, Aug. 10-14. Possums' youth programs are designed with age-appropriate theatrical activities during the weeklong program at Possum Hall. Applications have been mailed out to past participants, but new- comers may obtain an applica- tion by calling the Possum office at 856-3460. Each program runs from 9 ram. to 4 pan. daily, with each day filled with activities to help the participants become more comfortable onstage and with other aspects of the theatre. At the end of each week, there will be a performance on the Fri- day afternoon. A snack is provid- ed each day, but children are ex- pected to bring a sack lunch. Space is limited; early registra- tion is advised. Register by Tuesday, June 30, and pay $150; later registrations cost $175. Possum Point Players is spon- sored in part by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Delaware Division of the Arts. Pergolas Paver Patios Paver Restoration Decks Outdoor Kitchens Fire Pits and more (302) 644-7091 Bonded, Licensed, Insured and Installed by Tuscan Constriicflon, Co., lnc Creating the backyard of your dreams C R OW L EY Rentals Sales ASSOCIATES   20250 Highway One " .... /- Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 REALTY, INC.00o o ' fib 302-227-6131 800 242-4213. e-mail at crowleyr@dmv.com Cottage tour Continued from page 48 Tuesday, July 7, and Wednesday, July 8. Sponsored by J. Conn Scott, the tour includes seven exceptional private homes and the art league's Homestead, a 1743 Colonial home listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Tickets for the cottage tour are $30 per person and can be reserved now online at re- hobothartleague.org. For more information call the Rehoboth Art Leagu e at 227-8408. The Ann and David Cunningham home, while new, looks as if it's stood sentinel along Oak Avenue in Rehoboth Beach for years. Rehoboth locals who watched the care- ful renovation of this circa 1900s ocean block property owned by Missy and Blair Jones will be pleased and gratified by the results. 3} ...!; : : . .,. : ,;,,'::, .,,, ', : . , . . . .= . . , .- . . ....