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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 26 - July 2, 1998 - 71 July Fourth -- - Voted Delaware's / -  "Best Place to Hear Live Music" ) bv Delaware Today readers. hear some this weekend Original Food. Original Beer. :n>, - june Rich Original Music. Saturday- Big Blow & the Bushwackers 320 Rehoboth Ave. Friday is Free Pool! 302-226-BREW starting at 10 p.m. '.dogfish.com ()pen M-F 4p. S & 5; 12n Sunday, is veggie Night Continued from page 70 Ocean City's fireworks display while being served refreshments from Jordan's cash bar. "Let Freedom Ring" develops the point that each period of our history had its share of statesmen, heroes, common people and music unique to those times. For exam- ple, when the Declaration of Inde- pendence was signed on July 4, 1776, the music our founding fa- thers knew was that which the colonists brought with them from their homeland, songs such as "Greensleeves." As the new nation expanded, the repertoire of music from the people grew. Slavery brought songs sung by slaves or written about slavery. The push westward gave us the cowboy and his haunt- ing songs, such as "Home on the Range," and some of the songs of the Civil War are still with us to- day - "Dixie" and "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." The trend continued into the 20th century, with George M. Co- hen leading the way up to and through World War I, "Over There" being a durable example of his work. Other composers and artists carried on through the De- pression and World War II with songs to lift the spirits of the peo- ple in those times. All of the rich- ness of this musical history is wo- ven into a tapestry that is our American heritage. It is presented forcefully yet creatively by Baystar in "Let Freedom Ring." Jordan's and Baystar's special Fourth of July program will begin with dinner at 6 p.m. Curtain will be at 7:30 p.m. and the fireworks will begin at 9 p.m. Prices for all this is $34.95 plus tax and tip. The Baystar Dinner Theater is in Jordan's Rooftop Restaurant atop the Fenwick Inn at 139th Street and Coastal Highway in Ocean City, Md. For additional information and reservations, call 302-945-5763. St. Peter's Art Show and Luncheon set The 32nd annual Art Show and Luncheon, sponsored by the Epis- copal Church Women of St. Pe- Steppin' Out Continued from page 69 from 7 to 10 p.m. For informa- tion, call 644-4121. LONG NECK Crab Barn: Long Neck Road. Friday, June 26 - The Stum- ble; Saturday, June 27 - The Coy- otes. For information, call 945- 8900. DOVER Dover Downs Slots: Garden Caf6, Route 113. "Winners Grand Circle Buffet" on Thursday (4 to 8 p.m.), Friday (5 to 9 p.m.) and Saturday (6:30 to 9:30 p.m.) with pianist Eyrl Byassee. Friday and Saturday, June 26-27 - David Al- lan Cruz; Sunday, June 28 - Clas- This print, "First Light" by artist Abraxus, will be one of three raffled off during the 32nd Annual St. Peter's Art Show and Luncheon on Sat- urday, July 4. ter's, will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 pm., Saturday, July 4, at the church on Second and Mulberry streets in Lewes. Show chairman George Chambers III said the show will go on, rain or shine. The event will feature 61 well known artists and artisans from the Mid-Atlantic region. Three artists' works selected for special recognition will be raffled during the Art Show Luncheon: Howard Eberle, a Pennsylvania lithographer; Abraxus of Delaware; and Mary Dolan, a Maine photographer. Howard Eberle, a noted artist from York, is offering his latest lithograph, "White Door," for the raffle. Featured for the third con- secutive year, Eberle is well- known for his graphic portrayal of simple subject matter stressing strong shadows and vivid textures. Abraxus is the young local artist Brax Hudson,-whose oil prints have attracted a lot of attention, according to Chambers. He has submitted a print of a lithograph titled, "First Light," an east view of Rehoboth. The print, a limited edition of 900, has sold half the edition in the first six months. Mary Dolan, a photographer from Owl's Head, has offered a color photograph of the Cape area to be raffled. All three artists had their works juried for selection. The raffle will take place in the Great Hall of the Parish House at approximately 2 p.m. The women of the church will again offer a turkey salad lun- cheon in the parish house for the public from 11 a.m:to 2 p.m., said Episcopal Church Women Presi- dent Jane Jefferson. The cost for -W-e'll be glad to ship your" order anywhere! Get set for the explosive sound of Green Eggs & Spam at the Rusty Rudder. sic Sound; Wednesday, July 1 - Sol Knopf; July 2-4 - Classified; Sunday, July 5 - Sol Knopf; Mon- day, July 6 - Alive By Five. the luncheon is $5 per person. There is no charge for admission to the art show. The Art Show and the Art Show Luncheon, held to support the charities of the Episcopal Church Women, last year totaled nearly $5,000. Rehoboth to offer fireworks extravaganza Rehoboth Beach will once again be the site of a Fireworks Extrava- ganza on Sunday, July 5, off the beach at Reh0both Avenue; city, state and Coast Guard officials are working closely to ensure that this year, the display goes off as planned at 9:30 p.m. Sponsored by Rehoboth Beach Main Street, officials are strongly recommending that people not drive into downtown Rehoboth Beach that evening. Beginning at 6 p.m., there will be a park-and- ride operation, sponsored by the Rehoboth Beach Kiwanis Club, from Route 1 lots such as PNC Bank, County Bank and Baymart Shopping Center. The designated lots will be clearly indicated by large signs that day. The buses. will make continuous loops to and from downtown in front of the Re- hoboth Beach Library area. .... The cost is $5-per carload for both :the round trip and parking or $1 per person if the parking lot isn't used. Half of the proceeds will go to charity and half to the fireworks fund. Continued on page 72 We know you. You know good food. We should get together, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Plenty of Free Padting Easy Access Reservations 226-5220 REHOBETH COUNTRY GRill. 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