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CAPE+GAZETTE, Frfity, Jtily  :"'t'll", 't9bB; "93 '+ Rehoboth Art League Cottage Tour blends the wonders of art July 14-15 woodgrilled i  premise food " brewedales Voted "Best Place To Hear Live, New Music" DE Today 1')98 Friday, 7/3 - The Scatologists Saturday 7/4 - Juliel's Wishing Well Sunday 7/5 - vinyl shockley Open M-F 4pm, Sat & Sun noon 226-BREW 320 Rchoboth Ave Lovely locations, awesome ar- chitecture and intriguing interiors await visitors to this year's Cot- tage Tour in Rehoboth. Seven Re- hoboth-area homes will open their doors from noon to 5 p.m., July 14 and 15, to benefit the Rehoboth Art League. "This year's tour features a wonderful blend of lovely and unique homes," said Gail Shaffer, who is serving as chair of the tour. "From tiny to terrific, to large and lavish, this year's tour has it all. They are classic and contemP0- rary, in every imaginable setting; a charming in-town location for one, a wooded glen for another, and others located with spectacu- lar ocean, bay, canal and golf course views." The following homes are in- cluded in this year's tour: 20 Ocean Drive, North Shores. The consummate image of an Atlantic oceanfront beach house is met by this property. Out- side, it is all-natural cedar shakes, white trim, multipane windows and wide decks surrounded by sand, pines and sea grasses, with nothing but the ocean in front. 30 Harbor Road, North Shores. Martha Dr. Kenneth Kessler's great care in planning has created a casually coordinated yet well-ordered vacation home. The overall design is by Larry Home International and is accent- ed by art and fabrics collected from worldwide work-related and family travels. 67 Tidewaters, Henlopen Acres. The owners built this charming canalfront colonial home 30 years ago. Here the in- terests of the owners - birds, boats and beaches - are reflected by both location and decor in many media. 94 Sussex St., The Pines. Pe- ter Horton and Larry Powell have created the true cottage of the tour this year - tiny and terrific. It is been rescued and redesigned, but not so completely as to lose its rusticity A charmingly embell- ished backyard visitor's quarters - an old art studio - awaits guests on the tour. 5 East Lake Drive, Silver Lake. Defined by its owners, Car- lynn and Larry Silverman as "a country home that happens to be This home at 30 Harbor Read in North Shores will be on the Rehoboth Art League Cottage Tour on Tuesday and Wednes- day, July 14-15. at the beach," this was one of the first homes built in the formerly private compound between the ocean and Silver Lake. This spec- tacular home is informal but defi- nitely elegant with a focus on family time together. 5 South Fieldway, Kings Creek Country Club. A sophisti- cated dwelling, this home, owned by Ronald Borders, is of complex but uncomplicated design. A bar- rel ceiling vaults 23 feet above the foyer and through to an opposite doorway that opens onto a com- fortable deck facing a putting green. 162 East Side Drive, Re- hoboth Beach Yacht and Coun- try Club. With a Rehoboth Bay water view from every room, this sunny home makes the very most of its location and the country club golf course provides a lushly extended back yard. Nedra and Robert Wilson's collection of maritime art themes the entire house. In addition to the homes on this year's tour, two other special events are occurring. Bellinger's Jewelers have donated a 14K gold lighthouse necklace that will be raffled; tickets are $1 each and $5 for six. Also, Wo0dy's Restau- rant, located inside the Dinner Bell Inn, will be open and offering special luncheon selections during the two days of the tour. A portion of the proceeds from luncheon sales will be donated to the Re-, hoboth Art League. Cottage tour tickets, which are $10, are available from the Re- hoboth Art League; each tour site, on the day of the tour only; and at the following locations in Re- hoboth: Bad Hair Day, 45 Lake Ave.; Browseabout Books, 133 Re- hoboth Ave.; Comer Cupboard Inn, 50 Park Ave.; Crabtre & Evelyn, 33 Baltimore Ave.; Dinner Bell Inn, Second and Christian streets; First State One Hour Photo, 170 Re- hoboth Ave.; Midway Office & Art Supply, 35 Midway Shopping Cen- ter; Oby Lee Coffee Roastery, 722 Continued on page 94 The Ron Borders residence in Kings Creek Country Club is one of the houses on this year's Cottage Tour. 207 Rehoboth Avenue Rehoboth Beach Footlight Productions to Perform "Sentimental Journey" at the Lamp Post Restaurant The Footlight Singers: John "Ches" Warrener, Jerry Mumford, Suzette Riggin, Richard Lawrence, Shannon Dadzie, Tom Sweeny and Orville Nichols. Take a step back in time to the era of Radio Show's during world War II. Enjoy songs such as "Don't Sit Under the Appletree", "Chattanooga Choo-Choo", "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy", "Elmer's Tune" and many more big band classics as Footlight Productions lights up the stage with song and humor. Meet the melodious singing Chambers sis- ters, Maxine and LaVerne. Also don't forget the wonderful com- mercials of the day for coffee and mouthwashes along with those fabulous contests. You might even catch a magic show. By popular request the Sentimental Journey Show is returning to the Lamp Post Restaurant on Thursday, July 9th performed by the multi-talented group of Footlight Productions. The price for this show is $33 per person. This includes a mouth watering banquet of crab cakes, salmon, carved beef, chicken, key lime pie and assorted vegetables Paid Advertisement prepared expertly by the European trained chef Mark Steele. In addition, the gratuity is included in the price amount of $33. A cash bar is available. Reservations are a must so telephone 645-7223 today to hold your seat. You'd better hurry as the last show sold out a week in advance." The seating begins at 5:30 dinner is served at 6 and showtime is. 7:30 pm. Special rates are available for groups of 30 or more.