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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 3 - July 9, 1998 - 103 Rehoboth Art League offers two free lectures in July The Rehoboth ArtLeague is of- fering two lectures this July which are free and open to the public. Artist and art historian Ellen Notar will give a lecture on "Sym- bolism in Art," at 7 p.m., Thurs- day, July 16, in the Chambers Stu- dio at the Rehoboth Art League. "What is it?" and "What is it about" are often questions people ask about paintings. Sometimes they aren&apos;t asked because viewers already think they know what a painting is about. Landscapes, religious subjects, portraits and still lifes appear to be obvious. Yet beyond the literal recognition of the painting, the symbols may have become ob- scure with time. Symbols of older paintings may not appear as obvi- ous today as they did in the time period in which the work was cre- ated. In her lecture, Notar will dis- cuss symbols and their use in great works of art. "Work and Influences - Com- munication" is a slide lecture that will be presented by noted Wilm- fngton artist Mary Page Evans, who will explore art history's in- fluence on her own art and how it has helped her communicate through her work. The lecture will be given at 8 p.m., Tuesday, July 21. Educated at Hollins College in Virginia, the Art Students League in New York City, and the Corco- ran School of Art, Evans' work is to be found in many public collec- tions such as Delaware Trust Company, Bryn Mawr College and the State Museum of Pennsyl- vania. Her work was chosen in 1993 to appear in Spasso House, the U.S. Embassy in Moscow. Art critic Gene Davis described Evans as "...a hallelujah painter. Her lyrical renditions of flowers and land- scapes are hymns of unadulterated pure joy." For more information, call the Rehoboth Art League at 227- 8408. HAPPY" HOUR 5-7 Daily s 4-7 Sat. & Sun. 'o- i;o,Y" I PAN ASIAN BISTRO 37 Wilmington Avenue 302-226-0400 Cape Senior Center hosts annual variety show The Cape Henlopen Senior Center Singers and Swingers held their "Go Broadway" variety show on Saturday and Sunday, June 13-14, at Cape Henlopen High School Little Theatre. Numbers ranged from "Put on a Happy Face" from "Bye Bye Birdie," to "On the Street Where You Live," from "My Fair Lady." Above, master of ceremonies Joe Mauro struts his stuff to "Delaware Jubilee," while the rest of the cast performs the chorus. 'Water Rat' Continued from page 102 boat. Ahead of him, a muskrat slipped down the bank and swam away." Laird's "Water Rat" includes 186 pages divided into 28 short chapters. Andrea Shine's pencil sketches at the beginning of each chapter add further to the liveli- ness of the book. Winslow Press, looking to take full advantage of the latest tech- nology, is also preparing interac- tive Web pages related to "Water Rat" that will be accessible via <>. "We are truly combining the age-old magic of books with the wonder of the Web," said publish- er Diane F. Kessenich. "The virtual library at Winslow Press's Web site offers fun-filled games and links to other subject- related Web sites for "Water Rat" and other titles. All games and links are educator approved." Laird said "Water Rat" should be available in local bookstores in August of this year. It will be priced at $15.95. Andrea Shine's pencil sketches appear at the be- ginnning of each chapter. A Rare Find SAIL IZOttS00 0000TIQU= Pattern, Cut, Pressed Glass, Country Furnish- ings, Art, Collectibles, Garden Acces- sories We Buy & Sell 106 Union St. Open Daily Closed Sun. 302-684-8660 slk ,/. Furniture Candles , . Advertise .t/tt#//ed Fosteria your Estate Jewelry co .G.. Antique Business Daddy's Long Legs Here Get the new 1998 105 Union Street 01m Mon..Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-4 Closed Wednesday & Sun. 302-684-1500 Call Mariann 645-7700 Banquet Information 945-4070 Rt. 24 Peddlers Village Lewes, DE LSHBY'S OYSTER HOUSE SPECIALS New Menu & Exciting Pasta Dishes! -- MONDAY- 1/2 Price Appetizers w/purchase of a lunch or dinner entrde. 1 1/4 pound Lobster $12.95 D.J. after 9:30 - "/O's & 80's Retro -- TUiDAY- 1/2 Price Burgers AYCE Snow Crab Legs $14.95 available 4 to close. -- WEDNESDAY -- AYCE Steamed Shrimp $12.95 Wing Night - 25 Wings Steamer Night - $2.00 Off Steamer Items -- THURSDAY --- 1/2 Price Burgers Now England Clam Bake $16.95 AYCE Snow Crab Legs $14.95 Locals' Night starts after 9 p.m. w/entertainment -- FRlD/dr -- Steak and AYCE Snow Crab Legs $18.95 D.J. after 9:30 - "90's Alternative" -- SATtrm)AY Oyster House Steam Pot $16.95 -- Sunday -- Breakfast Buffet 9 s.m. to I p.m. Adults $6.95, Children $3.95 (10 years and under) Senior Day (20% Off Food Items) 1 p.m. until close.