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July Fourth Continued from page 88 Once the parking lot at Re- hoboth Outlets Center 2 (Old Navy, Vinity Fair) is full, vehi- cles will be funneled to Center 3 in the northbound lanes (The Gap, Applebees). The buses will make continu- ous loopsthrough the lots, taking passengers downtown and return- ing them to their cars following the fireworks. Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, the round trip ride will cost $5 per care for a roundtrip fare and parking or $1 per individual if the parking lot is not used. A few buses will remain on du- ty until midnight to transport peo- ple back to the Outlets and the initial buses leaving the city after the fireworks will have priority over regular traffic. DART buses will operate their Seaport Taxi has announced they will suspend operation from 9:30 to 11 p.m. that evening so as not to add to the congestion as visitors leave town. Cape May-Lewes Ferry - A Fourth of July fireworks cruise will take place on Monday, July 3, departing from the Lewes ferry terminal at 7:30 p.m., to view the fireworks off the shores of Cape May, N.J., and returning at 10 p.m. The cost is $20 per person, with those under age 12 paying $10. Reservations are highly recom- mended by calling 800-64-FER- RY. Lewes - Old-fashioned July Fourth games will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tuesday, July 4, on Second Street, sponsored by the City of Lewes. Children's games and activities include a wheelbarrow race, three-legged race, bicycle race, egg carrying contest, pie eating Once again the Lewes-Re- hoboth Canal will be filled with- brightly dee'r;ated boats on July 4, celebrating birthday" of the United States. Thirty boats are expected to 'participate this year with the pa- rade going down the canal to the Lewes drawbridge and then re- turning. Line-up time will be at 2:30 p.m. at flae Roosevelt Inlet, with start time of 3 pm. There will be prizes in a variety of cate- gories. The best places to view the pa- rade will be the city dock, Fisher- man's Wharf, Lighthouse Restau- rant, Gilligan's and Irish Eye's at Anglers. Judging will be at the Fisher- man's Wharf. All sizes and types of boats are welcome. Boats must register at the Lewes Harbor Ma- rina Bait and Tackle. Boaters are urged not to use balloons in their decorations to help protect the CAPE GAZE'ITE, Friday, June 30 - July 6, 2000 - 93 event, with proceeds to benefit the ,, Shopping Center. Lewes Senior Center. For more information contact Geni at 645- 9792, or the Lewes Harbor Mari- na Bait and Tackle Shop, 645- 6227. Bethany Beach - A July Fou.rth Celebration will be held from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., Tuesday, July 4 at Marketplace at Sea Colony Free bike decorating kits will be handed out, in preparation for the noon July Fourth Parade in down- town Bethany Beach. There will also be free enter- tainment, face painting, a DJ and Lollipop the Clown. The event is sponsored by Carl M. Freeman Retail. marine life. "Great Italian Food at Affordable Prices" regular schedule, but will not be contest, sack races and potato re- The Delaware Seashore Parrot able to go into the first two blocks lay, with cash prizes awarded. Head Club, is organizing the of Rehoboth Avenue. Weekly Specials- Lastyear, the park and ride lot   "# t/ .. 1111[ filled up quickly and fireworks goers had to be diverted north to } " the Outlets lots.  y, The DART buses will pick up j and discharge passengers outside ._r' ro./ Smoked Salmon Dip ...... *7.00 the municipal building on Re- hoboth Avenue.  "("   A/'e 6e'  Pasta Bella ............... *6.00 The Jolly Trolley will drop off /" V'  -  Crab Dip ................ *8.00 and pick up on Christian Street at   a at, 11 am, their stop behind Sydney's and Car4 Sol4 227-7107 Cloud 9 Restaurants. Bad tis?rnec t e2ir :r amt e niaat n ew'S hq?he'cRe/hclt t - _"  ..... 00cou00cou00 ...................... ...... .......................... IV Grilled Filet ] ill { ;i!: }ii , tppe! with teriyaki mushrms served A I l  A  over fried wheat pasta ........... 21.00  )1"  tli1r [ Veal Piccata " {IJ ' " ..... :i! !i :! ::|l['llllllIl____|lt-fll Elill[ll, lllkr K sauteed veal in a lemon wine .li  ""e7 ' caper sauce .................... '20.00 ,, ,q o Entr6e$ ranin in pHee from 0 Chicken Roullades  / and ricotta cheese, served with risotto & Ji '*" $9.95 - $16.95 1chicken stuffed with prosciutto, spinach ,i broccoh ..................... :. 17.00 a (ioppmo Our Speelalt, " * Early Bird-- "-'Dinin00 4:30-6pm Hours Open Daily . t R 4-10 pm weekdays |'[]l'l,/']l' tO. o Whole Marne Lob,ter ,14.95 -- ff 4-11 pm weekends  _ and Prime Rib s10.95  Midway Shopping Center ), Reaerv, tlon$ SueSted  ' Rehoboth Beach, DE . |d ) 5, Wilmlngton avenue (302) 644-9005