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72 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 26 - July 2, 1998 July Fourth Continued from page 71 After 6 p.m., no buses or other public transportation will be al- lowed east of Second Street at Re- hoboth Avenue. The circle at the Bandstand will close at 7 p.m. to all vehicles and at 8 p.m., all vehicles will be de- toured from the first two blocks of Rehoboth Avenue (except for emergency vehicles). The intersections at First Street and Baltimore Avenue and First and Wilmington will then be closed to all vehicles except emer- gency and handicapped. At 9 p.m., the intersections at Second Street and Baltimore Av- enue and Second and Wilmington Avenue will be closed as well. Parking availability in down- town Rehoboth Beach will be lim- ited and meters and parking per- mit requirements (the latter of which are usually only in effect until 5 p.m.) will be in full effect that evening. A selection of beach tunes will be played from the Bandstand be- tween 6 and 8 p.m., followed by a performance by the U.S. Army Band at 8 p.m. The fireworks will be launched from a barge at 9:30 p.m. People are being discouraged from using the state park beaches as a vantage point due to the pip- ing plover nests which are in the dune areas. For further information, call the toll-free number: 877-BLAST98, or Rehoboth Beach Main Street, at 227-2772. Donations toward the fireworks fund may be sent to RBMS Inc., PO Box 50, Rehoboth Beach DE 19971. Film fest benefit set at Cork July 4 Flip Like Wilson will be the featured entertainer for a Re- hoboth Beach Independent Film Society fundraiser at the Bottle & Cork on Saturday, July 4. Cork patrons will receive a ticket for discounted SKYY vodka cocktails; proceeds from the concert will benefit the upcoming film festival, slated for October. For more information about the film society, call 226-3744. For more information about the show, call the Bot- tie & Cork at 227-7272. bands of the last century and the American Sousa-style brass bands of the early 1900s. The band is composed of top amateurs and un- paid professionals from Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland and Penn- sylvania, and have been invited to play as far away as Florida. Laurel site of July Fourth fest The Laurel Chamber of Com- merce will host the fourth annual Independence Day Festival Satur- day, July 4. Festivities will begin at 8 a.m. with a prayer breakfast on Broadcreek and will end at dusk with a spectacular fireworks display. Special events for the day in- clude a Bulldog 5K race and one- mile walk at 8:30 a.m.; a red, white and blue parade at 10 a.m.; an automobile and motorcycle show beginning at 9 a.m:; a li- Continued on page 73 Sussex County Fair set for Del Tech As part of the Fourth of July celebrations at the 1998 Sussex County Fair, Delaware Technical & Community College will spon- sor two musical performances. On Saturday, July 4, popular lo- cal performer Debbie Lind will re- turn for her third year of entertain- ing crowds at the show. Lind, who was a lead singer for a New York City show band, relo- cated to Sussex County with her family a few years ago and now keeps a busy schedule of bookings at local restaurants along with per- formance at community events and private functions. Her show kicks off at 11 a.m. and will include a karaoke contest in which fairgoers can compete for cash prizes against contest winners from several area restau- rants. Contestants will be judged on appearance, originality and show- manship as well as vocal talent. Beginning at 7:30 p.m., visitors to the fair will hear the stirring sounds of an old-fashioned brass band performing marches, jazz, light classics, big band and con- temporary tunes. The Chesapeake Silver Cornet Brass Band, a 35-piece all-brass group founded in 1996, follows the tradition of the English brass Banquet Information 945-4070 Rt. 24 Peddlers Village Lewes, DE _ASHBY'S OYSTER HOUSE SPECIAI New Menu & Exciting Pasta Dishes! MONDAY 1/2 Price Appetizers w/purchase of a lunch or dinner entrde. TU'BSVAY 1/2 Price Burgers AYCE Snow Crab Legs $14.95 available 4 to close. 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