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76 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 11 - July 17, 1997 r St. Peter's Art Show draws buyers to Second Street George Chambers (above), chairman of the 31st Annual St. Peter's Art Show and Luncheon, said good crowds and good weather made for a good event on July 5 in Lewes. "I've talked td a lot of the artists and they all seem to be selling pieces and are pleased with the show," said Chambers. He is shown here on Second Street with a row of artists and St. Peters in the back ground. Mig Reardon (below, left) stands in front of her display of watercolors and illustrated poems that she offered for sale during the show. Pare Bounds (right) - the artist and the art - produced a number of local scenes for the show. "You never know what people will want," said Bounds, dressed appropriately for the Fourth of July weekend. "This year I did a num- ber of local scenes and the people seemed more interested in pieces that are more generic." Se] Events planned for the remain- der of July have been announced by Senior Singles Mingle, an or- ganization for Delmarva's single men and women over age 50. Events and activities are: July 12, 8 p.m. - Shrimp Nite at Ocean View VFW. No car po01. Contact Mary at 537-9586. July 15, 12:20 p.m. - Lunch at Countryside Cafe, Route 54, ior Singles Mingles Bayville Shopping Center. Call Mary. July 16 - Dinner cruise on the Maryland Lady. Cost is $11. Call Dolly at 436-1768. July 20, 3 p.m. Sunday buffet at Galeano's. "Honeycombs" per- form at 7:30 at Bethany Band- stand. Call Mary. July 21, 7:30 p.m. - Boarct meet- ing will include the election of announce July events new officers. July 22, 10 a.m. - Cape May- Lewes Ferry. Meet at 8 a.m. to carpool from Food Lion. Cost of $15 includes lunch. July 23, 5 p.m. Second anniver- sary celebration picnic in the park at John West Park in Ocean View. July 25, 7:30 p.m. Membership meeting. i Wood Grilled Food Homemade Beer i s h .72 e ,"% //,, ..- "c'/ \\; ,loin us in sampling our exciting new menu created by Ted Robinson. We will be featuring only the finest, freshest, local ingredients to complement our all-natural, homemade ales, Dogfish Head is the one place for ORIGINAL BEER, ORIGINAL FOOD, ORIGINAL MUSIC Fri. 7/1 1 - The Grave Robbers opening for Scud Mountain Boys Sun. 7/13 - Cliff Eberhardt OPEN 7 Days Monday- Thursday from 4 p.m. - 1 a,m,. Friday- Sunday From 11 am, -1 a,m 320 Rehoboth Ave. 226(BREW), reservations suggested t Bill Monday, July14th / T Put on Your Frenchiest French / ] 1[ and Join Our Festivities J U Cr n;;:nf( rS e;:dStNe$;tn;r2rnhi;ogt R Avn,nU;'onR:;b_: [ 4Beach SPECIAL WHOLE IPIE LOBSTER DINNER $18.00 MONDAY - THfJIDAY "Don't Dress for Dinner" starting July 25 in Milford If Suzette is in the piggery and Suzanne is in the cow-shed, who's left to goto the loft and make hay? Second Street Players find this perplexing problem to be only one of many in their summer comedy, "Don't Dress for Dinner" which runs July 25, 26, 27 and August 1, 2 and 3. "Don't Dress for Dinner" is the theatre half of an evening of din- ner and entertainment for those who choose to take advantage of a package with the Banking House Inn Restaurant. For $30, theatre patrons can dine in the historical elegance of the Banking House and enjoy the play in the air condi- tioned Riverfront Theatre.' How- ever, the management of the Banking House requests that din- ers do dress for dinner. The adult contemporary come- dy is meant to be a recipe for laughter as couples mix and match for a weekend in the country. Identity confusion and some kitchen concoctions are central to the plot, and a fabulous fur coat makes the rounds from shoulder to shoulder. The plot thickens along with the veloute" sauce when the amorous interests of all occupants of a country home end up coming for dinner. One is supposed to be in Paris, another in Hong Kong, and the Cordon Bleu cook belongs in front of the range. However, when all the chickens come home to roost in the restored barn, it's any- body's guess whether the herd in- stinct will pull them all together, or if survival of the fittest will rule the day. For the romantic at heart, direc- tor Kenney Workman said that, like a good meal, the play should leave everyone satisfied in the end. The right couples end up in the right stalls in the barn, and, give or take the cost of a fur coat or two, no one suffers long-term harm. "Don't Dress for Dinner" fea- tures Becky Chambers, John Mol-_ er, Dick Pack, Rosanne Pack, Michael Short and Geor'giana Sta- ley. Continued on page 78 CALL RICK FOR A NEW CAR Call Rick Whaley fo r a great deal this summer on a new car or truck. 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