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78 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 11. July 17, 1997 Pianist Jean Mosteller, baritone Joseph Bradley and lectur- er Lillian Balick will be giving a music-filled presentation on George Gershwin on July 18 at the Rehoboth Art League. Gershwin topic at RAL July 18 Musical historian Lillian Bal- ick, along with her associates, pi- anist Jean Mosteller and baritone Joseph Bradley will be back at the Art League on Friday, July 18, at 7:30 p.m. to.give a music-filled lecture on the life and music of George Gershwin. This lecture will examine the social and histor- ical background of Gershwin's music and its cultural significance in the 20th century. In addition, some of Gershwin's songs are sung by a vocalist. Balick, who received her Mas- ter's of Music from West Chester Ballet Continued from page 75 Factory, Inc. "Only it's the most talented you'll ever see." Prior to the gala the IBT will hold a week long intensive' ballet workshop for area performers and students beginning 5 p.m. each evening, Monday, July 28, through Friday, Aug. 1. The work- shop will be instructed by former principal ballerina, Alia Os- ipenko,, and held at Flossie Vo- Second Continued from page 76 Friday and Saturday perfor- mances are at 8 p.m.; and Sunday State College, is the author of two books, "The Delaware Sympho- ny-Origins and the First Fifty Years," and "Reflections on Mu- sic." Active in the Delaware mu- sic scene for more than 30 years, Balick is the founder and director of the Delaware Contest for Young Musicians and Community Showcase Performances, Inc. She has served as Arts Specialist with the Delaware State Arts Council and as chair of the Delaware Al- liance for Arts Education. The event is free and is open to the public. gel's Dance Factory, Inc. Infor- mation on the workshop can be obtained by calling Cadden. Last year the troupe conducted a workshop at the Salisbury Studio of Dance and it was a success, ac- cording to Cadden. It inspired the formation of Classical Kids Com- pany a ballet troupe that will per- form a dance that was choreo- graphed expressly for them by the masters of IBT At the gala, IBT will perform Swan Lake, Bolero, La Bayadere, Gypsy Suite and more. According to Cadden, some tips matinees are at 3 p.m. Tickets are $10; senior citizens and students pay a discount price of $9 for matinees only. All seats are reserved, for reser- vations, call 422-0220. Show dates are July 25, 26 and 27 and Lewes Senior Center offers Niagara Tour The Lewes Senior Center will sponsor a Niagara Falls and Toronto Fall Foliage Tour, with .reservation deadline Aug. 1. The tour includes first class and deluxe accommodations, a cruise with entertainment in Toronto Harbor, winery tour, a progressive dinner, British Afternoon Tea, a stopover in the Poconos upon return, meals, taxes and gratuities. To reserve a space, call Lewes Senior Center at 645-9293 or Footloose Tours at 684-1600. YMCA outdoor camp slated July 21-25 The Sussex Family YMCA Outdoor Adventure Camp was at- tended by 17 youths who partici- pated in camping and survival techniques. The camp, held June .30-July 3, centered around YM- CA's four core values, honesty, respect, responsibility and camp- ing. The group took day trips to Lewes Beach, Primehook Wildlife Refuge and Cape Hen- lopen State Park. The second camp is scheduled for July 21-25 for watching the ballet are dress casually, and comfortably, then re- lax and enjoy. Tickets-are $15 for general ad- mission and $12 for senior citi- zens and students. Tickets are available at J. Wilgus Cleaners in Rehoboth Beach, 227-7223; South Bethany Seafood Market, Seashore Village Shopping Cen- ter, Rt. 1, Bethany Beach; Dance Wear, Etc., Court Plaza Shopping Center, 1506 S. Salisbury Boule- vard, Salisbury, MD; or to charge over the phone (800) 552-2123 or (410) 742-3316; and at the door. August 1, 2 and 3. The Second Street Players Riverfront Theatre is at 2 S. Wal- nut St., downtown Milford. The Players are supported in part by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts. "N RESTAURANTS REHOBOTH BEACH LONG NECK Seafood, Steaks, Chicken. Ribs Maryland Steamed Crabs $1.00 Nite 1 Buds & Burgers] 1/2 Price ] Appetizer Nite lb. of Shrimp] Pitcher of | Beer $9.95 ] Friday Lobster Special 1 Pound ,Whole Maine Carry Outs Welcome Open Daily Happy Hour 3 to 7 PM with FREE BUFFET 302-227-6700 OR 302-945-8900 Lunch Buffet (Rehoboth $5.95) Long Neck Wednesday - Debbie Lind on the deck Fri 7/11: The Movies (Deck) Mike Mulvaney (Lounge) Jeanine Waiters Band(Deck) Debbie Lind (Lounge) m and is open to those between the ages of 10-14. For more informa- tion, call Craig Hubbard at the YMCA at 227-8018. Sand castle contest set at Seashore State Park The Delaware Division of Parks and Recreation has issued an invi- tation for sand sculptors of all ages to take.part in the annual Sand Castle Contest at Delaware Seagkhore State Park on Saturday, July 12 from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Castles will be judged and prizes will be awarded in two categories. Children unassisted by adults will be judged in the children's catego- ry and the open class includes adults, children over 12 or a com- bination of adults and children. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. on the swimming beach at the Southeast Day Area. Castle con- struction crews may work up to 1 p.m., when work will be halted for inspection by contest judges. For more information, call the Seaside Nature Center at 645- 6852 or the Delaware Seashore State Park office at 227-2800. Lamp Post Restaurant Shrimp Monday All you care to eat of steamed spicy shrimp $14.95 Tuesday Go Crab Crazy! For one great price of $15.95 ienjoy a crab appetizer and a crab entree. Lots of choices. Wednesday BBQ All you can eat of hickory smoked BBQ Ribs $13.95 Thursday is Prime Rib Night Our slow-roasted tender Prime Rib for $14.50 Friday Seafood Feast All you care to eat of steamed snow crab legs and spicy PYO shrimp $18.95 Sunday Delaware Beach Bake A steaming basket featuring lobster, shrimp, clams, mussels, red potatoes, and an ear of corn $19.95